Lampard would probably do a decent job at Bournemouth but I’m not sure he’d be any better than Tindall. I’d laugh like a drain if they appointed Woodgate who may be a decent coach but showed absolutely no managerial ability at Boro. I think Bournemouth would be best off being patient. They’re still in it but having a bit of a blip. Their squad is strong and hasn’t turned rubbish in the space of a month. They are still the best team we’ve played in the league but need to tighten up a bit when they’re not blowing teams away (ideally for them more like we have and not quite like how Swansea have).
And it could be a woman....AFC Wimbledon are looking for a new manager and assistant.
There's been considerable unrest for a couple of weeks. Fans stormed the training ground, set fire to things and caused incredible damage. They certainly don't mess around with on-line polls and a few placards!Andre Villas Boas resigns from Marseille
They signed a player he didn't want - Oliver Nitcham from Celtic
When the job offers stop rolling in.Paul Clement sacked by Cercle Brugge after one win in last 13 games
The former Derby, Swansea and Reading boss had been appointed on a three-year contract in July last year.
However, Sunday's 3-0 defeat at Sint-Truiden left his side with just one win in 13 matches and second from bottom of the table.
Paul Clement sacked by Cercle Brugge after one win in last 13 games
How much more evidence does he need before accepting that while he can fill the role of Assistant Manager with the very best of them (no shame in that whatever), the No.1 job simply isn't for him?
He hardly earned his stripes to get the chelsea job, if he wasnt a cfc legend they would have thrown his cv in the bin. A drop to the championship is his only way forward imo, even bournemouth is probably a bigger job than he deservesLampard maybe? Or too much of a drop now?
Would love to see some women managers and coaches in the mens game but refreshing that going from a top level womens team to a lower league mens team is not seen as a step up.
Not comparing like for like . It’s different , No different from like a MLS manager moving to the Prem . If we are being honest as well women’s football is not at league one level , It’s come on massively but not there yet .
The comparison between leagues is clear but it's the comparison between individual coaching abilities that is the point.Not comparing like for like . It’s different , No different from like a MLS manager moving to the Prem . If we are being honest as well women’s football is not at league one level , It’s come on massively but not there yet .
ok , but surely that is the point ? Coaching at a lower level regardless of gender would be a step up to league 1 ? Nothing to do with being female ?The comparison between leagues is clear but it's the comparison between individual coaching abilities that is the point.
Of course it's a step up....women's football is light years behind men that's why they only get 150 fans turn up....
That doesn’t mean the standard is the same, obviously.They got 24,000 at a Stamford Bridge match last year and regularly get around 4,000 at Kingsmeadow