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Fulham get rid of Ranieri

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I find this managerial merry go round a bit of a farce really. Everyone wants instant success, players not playing for the manager and getting the manager sacked only to start winning again once that manager has gone!What has happened to patience and perseverance? Tbh after the behaviour of Chelsea's goalkeeper when he refused to come off I'm getting disillusioned with behaviour in football.

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No surprise if you follow Fulham.  The fans have wanted him gone virtually from the off.  They will be planning for next season in the Championship, and need someone to repair the damage done to relationships with players who were jettisoned to the stiffs after promotion. They bought some expensive non-performers in last summer. 

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1 hour ago, JoetheRam said:

Best thing they could have done.

Not going to keep him in the Championship, season already over, move on and plan for next season.

 

Yep our Gary must be top of the list

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Ranieri was doing an horrendous job with Fulham, no hiding from that fact, they'll be a good side coming into next season if they get the right manager. 

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1 hour ago, i-Ram said:

No surprise if you follow Fulham.  The fans have wanted him gone virtually from the off.  They will be planning for next season in the Championship, and need someone to repair the damage done to relationships with players who were jettisoned to the stiffs after promotion. They bought some expensive non-performers in last summer. 

I heard on SSN that Fulham became the highest spending newly promoted team ( OF ALL TIME) last season. 

All smacks of complete dysfunctional behaviour between owners and managers.

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2 hours ago, HantsRam said:

I heard on SSN that Fulham became the highest spending newly promoted team ( OF ALL TIME) last season. 

All smacks of complete dysfunctional behaviour between owners and managers.

Absolutely no problem with the owner spending money. He's incredibly wealthy, in fact one of the richest in both NFL & Premier League - top 4 of both (I believe) - so he's well within his right to spend money and expect a return on investment. Although, he may regret not spending more money at the end of the season. 

They've kept the core of the side that got promoted, so no massive overhaul needed from their point of view. I'm sure they will look to ship some out though, certainly a couple of the guys they signed to play in the EPL. 

 

 

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