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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Liquid, Jun 1, 2015.
That's a proper Famine stat.
English - 4 (Allardyce, Dyche, Howe, Pardew)
Italian - 4 (Conte, Guidolin, Mazzarri, Ranieri)
Welsh - 2 (Hughes, Pulis)
Spanish - 2 (Guardiola, Karanka)
Argentinian - 1 (Pochettino)
Croatian - 1 (Bilic)
Dutch - 1 (Koeman)
French - 1 (Wenger)
German - 1 (Klopp)
Portugal - 1 (Mourinho)
TBC - 2 (Everton, Playoff winner)
I don't want to undermine their managerial talent but I wouldn't put those managers in the same tier as Guardiola and Mourinho though, apart from Koeman possibly. Hiddink has been replaced by Conte.
I think it's fair to assume that we'll have to wait at least another two years for the first English manager to win the Premier League, sadly.
D'oh, of course he has. I couldn't work out why I had 21 managerial spots on the list in my head
Massive game at Wembley today, as it stands there are 19 teams in next season's Premier League, the 20th will be decided from 5pm.
Spurs to play their Champions League games at Wembley next season as their redevelopment of WHL begins, it will have a reduced capacity for the domestic games and they could play all their home matches at Wembley for 2017/18 season.
Hull back in the Premier League after a 1-0 over Sheffield Wednesday, Diame with a wonder strike was the difference.
Tough break on Wednesday but they never really forced Jakupovic into a save as it was largely all Hull.
I was really hoping Sheffield Wednesday would win...
Probably have hull for 2/3 season then they'll get relegated, again.
They wouldn't be playing on this today.
Millwall vs Tottenham Hotspur, The Den (1967)
Barnsley just won the League One playoff final beating Millwall 3-1 so well done to them, AFC Wimbledon play Plymouth in the third and final playoff final tomorrow.
Congrats to AFC Wimbledon. It's taken a lot of effort but the real team is finally in the same league as the plastic team.
Loved that Akinfenwa interview!
Alan Stubbs has left cup winning Hibernian to manage Rotherham, while ex-Rotherham boss Steve Evans has been sacked by Leeds.
İlkay Gündoğan is the 1st signing of Guardiola's Man. City.