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The Sack Race 2019-20

BobHatton

Vital Champions League
#21
Everton will come back and won't get relegated. Even though they're the classic under-achievers, they are one of the longest standing members of the top division in England. Be successful Toffees!
 

suffolknwot

Vital 1st Team Regular
#23
Ex Pool man Mark Bonner on the list to takeover at Cambridge Utd.
League Two side Cambridge United have sacked their head coach, Colin Calderwood. The news comes after the side lost 4-0 at home to Salford, which meant the U's have only picked up a solitary point in January.
Mark Bonner is to takes temporary charge. In a statement, Cambridge said a hunt for a permanent replacement is underway.
 

suffolknwot

Vital 1st Team Regular
#30
Graysons style might not impress, got the best out of TMP's squad now he has his own squad lets see how they perform, I hope Virtue doesnt lose his place to the lads that have come in Id rather see Spearing dropped, demands it goes through him but doesnt do much with it. For a CL player he is gash
 

Hastings

Vital Football Hero
#31
Former Blackpool boss Terry McPhillips has emerged as the new favourite for the Cambridge United job, according to BetVictor.

The 51-year-old assisted boss Gary Bowyer at the Tangerines, before taking the top job once the current Bradford boss left.

He resigned from the post in the summer of 2019 after one season in charge, saying he never "had any intention" of becoming a manager.
 

suffolknwot

Vital 1st Team Regular
#39
Stevenage manager Graham Westley has resigned with the club bottom of League Two, ending his fourth spell as boss.
Former Stevenage forward Alex Revell, 36, has been placed in charge for the final 12 matches of the season.