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GRAVY TRAIN.
Started by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
Off come Koeman and Pulis and back on Allardyce and Pardew. Koeman and Pulis do a bit of punditry until the pay off monies are being depleted and then they will be back on. The circle of life.

Posted by: bridger (inactive) Report abuse

Posted by: laughing gravy (3948) Report abuse
broady you forgot hodgeson football eh the only job you can be terrible at and get millions of pound pay offs yet still get paid to do the job you were sacked for being crap at that job?? the mind boggles

Posted by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
Eriksson has been out of work six months. He’ll be waiting in some station to get back on the train!!!

Posted by: fireplace6899 (inactive) Report abuse
And you the HORRIBLE man of the forum do nothing but post about the game.Hypocrite

Posted by: chatty (6217)  Report abuse

That's a bit rich, lazy arse slagging people off for having a go and get sacked from a job!

Posted by: jarvo (28687)  Report abuse
Come off it, Pat...The last time that you went to Old Trafford was when Dougan scored against you...

1972?

Posted by: bridger (inactive) Report abuse
Which was probably about the same time you went to Molineux.

Posted by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
He's never been since the M6 was built!!!

Posted by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
If , as expected ,Hughes is off the gravy train soon who do we think will jump back on it?? Bilic has been off for six weeks.

Posted by: chatty (6217)  Report abuse

Mr Pulis to the rescue.

Posted by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
Seems I got it wrong. It is Clement off the gravy train. Ryan Giggs?????

Posted by: laughing gravy (3948) Report abuse
why would anybody employ a person with no morals broady apart from the club with no morals,giggs is a disgrace!!

Posted by: 0 years (3031) Report abuse
More to the point why would they appoint Giggs who has very little experience?

Just because you make a good player, it doesn't mean that you will make a good manager........Neville anyone?

Posted by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
Pulis back on the gravy train.

Posted by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
Steve McLaren has left his role at Maccabi Tel Aviv ( hands up who knew he was there) to pursue a further position in the UK. Soon be back on the train.

Posted by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
Maccabi Tel Aviv are currently coached by a former Man United player. Who??

Posted by: chatty (6217)  Report abuse
Just because you make a good player, it doesn't mean that you will make a good manager........Neville anyone?

I think Neville was very brave to take on that job in his first roll as manager.
No one would disagree he is a first class pundit, but if he went to Spain and tried to do the same job on telly there in what isn't his first language how much harder would it be?
The same thing was bound to happen when he tried it as a manager!

Posted by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
Carlos Carvalhal sacked at Sheffield Wednesday on Christmas Eve and appointed at Swansea today.!!! He must have improved as a Manager in those few days to get a job in the PL,

Posted by: laughing gravy (3948) Report abuse
just been reading that broady beggers belief really got sacked tother day and walks straight in doing the same job..thenthey wonder why theres not enough decent managers

Posted by: grimshaw (1282)  Report abuse
Would that be J C broady ..?

Posted by: laughing gravy (3948) Report abuse
JC and his father could not help trafford catch CITY

Posted by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
It is indeed Grimshaw. All the best for 2018.

Posted by: grimshaw (1282)  Report abuse
Warmest wishes for 2018 to you and yours broady..

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (3037)  Report abuse
I also would just like to give the best of wishes for the coming year to Mr.Grimshaw , Mr Broady All the best 2108.

Posted by: chatty (6217)  Report abuse
Best wishes for the upcoming year to all the true sports fans on here (you know who you are) whatever your denomination.

Posted by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
Same to you Chatty.

Posted by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
Three weeks after I predicted it Hughes is off the gravy train. For how long??? Have Wales got a Manager??

Posted by: bridger (inactive) Report abuse
Is it not Coleman?

Posted by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
"Coleman resigned as Wales manager on 17 November 2017"
I thought i had read that he had resigned but just found the above on Wikipedia. I think I had seen Giggs touted but Hughes is an ex Welsh international.

Posted by: bridger (inactive) Report abuse
Fair enough, I don't follow little teams and their problems.

That's why I don't know much of the England set-up either.

Posted by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
Bridger , it appears he is the manager of Sunderland.

Posted by: bridger (inactive) Report abuse
And a sterling job he's doing there, I'm sure.

Posted by: laughing gravy (3948) Report abuse
another job for the boyo's eh not content him always turning his back on wales missing numerous matches for wales the sheep botherers have appointed scummy giggs as manager YOU CAN NOT BLOODY MAKE IT UP...

Posted by: broady (13879)   Report abuse
Koeman back on!!! My original post regarding him and Pulis is sorted!! Thank goodness> Would hate to think of them at the Job Centre.

 
 
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