Yeah either of them. Hodgson will probably step down in next 12 months and West Ham could easily have a poor start and Moyes will be under big pressure.West Ham or Palace
I'm sure our board are scrambling right now to try and replace 3 time CL winner Ancelotti with EFL Championship winner Howe.I think Everton should seriously think about getting him. Ancelotti is too big a fish in small pond and not suitable for a mid table club aspiring to be in top 6. Eddie will be very good for them.
I keep reading this but he must have done a decent job over the years to get a team from league 2 to the PL and keep them there for 5 years.I reckon Eddie would do very well at a club with an established Technical Director, of Director of Football. He's a very good man manager, plays attractive football, and is tactically astute, but his transfer dealings have left a bit to be desired.
VillaYeah either of them. Hodgson will probably step down in next 12 months and West Ham could easily have a poor start and Moyes will be under big pressure.
Actually think Southampton would be a good fit but Hasenhuttl signed a new contract recently. Perhaps Newcastle might be an option if they remain in state of flux.
A manager like him should a lid west ham like the plague. Palace could be an option, also thing Wolves could be looking for a manager by Christmas if they don't start well (not that I agree with that).I can see Palace going for him. West Ham will most likely stick with Moyes.
Without a doubt, he hasn't been horrible, however over the past 2 seasons these are his noticeable signings.I keep reading this but he must have done a decent job over the years to get a team from league 2 to the PL and keep them there for 5 years.
This trail of thought seems to center around him buying two Liverpool players among certain United fans...
Fraser, King, Wilson, Brooks, Ake, Lewis Cook, Ramsdale are all players PL teams will be interested in and some from the top 6
Neither of those will be coming up for quite a while, Potter signed a contract extension to 2025 last season and Hassanhuttl signed a four year extension last month.I’ve said this before but London might be a bit too far north for Southern Eddie. Could see him waiting for the Southampton or Brighton jobs to vacate.
I know, I also think they’re both better managers than him. I genuinely think he hates moving out of his comfort zone so much that he might just wait it out, or even try Pompey if it takes too long. I know it sounds ridiculous, but opinions.Neither of those will be coming up for quite a while, Potter signed a contract extension to 2025 last season and Hassanhuttl signed a four year extension last month.
Is this record that bad relative to Bournemouth's resources and quality? They've beaten us four times (three at Stamford Bridge), United I think twice maybe three, scalped Liverpool and Arsenal aswell.On a serious note, I did at one point think he could perhaps come in and do a job for us but over the course of the season he proved that he has some serious failings i.e against big clubs his record is shocking and his transfer record is largely atrocious.
Wilson for £3 mil.His transfer record though is horrific, I can't even think of a rational explanation to what the hell went through his mind when he got the likes of Solanke and Ibe in, even for free they would have been a rip off.