Discussion in 'Molineux Mix Archive' started by Jonzy54, Feb 8, 2015.
I'll say it first. Get him in.
Wow! Weird episode on the touch line and comments after the game yesterday. Wonder if he knew something was coming and something touched a raw nerve in the exchanges.
I do hope you're joking??
Why would I be?
Wow, what a double, Nigel Pearson & Chris Woods in, all of our problems solved !!
Does Woods play in central midfield? Maybe could bring Knockaert as well!
Only joking Kenny!
What if they try to poach KJ, would that be a possibility?
If their chairman is completely bonkers, then yes
Nice one, if only
good, he comes across as a smarmy $$$$
Sure he can look after himself
Wouldn't do it but Pearson has least made impression in championship
But then suppose billy davies and jewell has too
But it's not that daft idea mind, prob do champ side decent job in couple months time
Good job it's not us - transfer window closes, sack the manager.
When you look at the betting for the alternatives it might not look such an obvious decision.
He was a $$$$$ on the sideline with McArthur yesterday. Lost it big-time. I cant stand him in interviews. He makes Jose look like Mr Happy
Probably sacked him cause they felt a bit of fear after the touchline thing yesterday. I'd be petrified.
Don't get him in here though, don't like the way he comes across. Slightly arrogant
Leaving aside the question of could he do a job for us.
Tony Pullis was available for months, The Transfer window has closed, I sometimes wonder what Chairman and Supporters expect, If Pearson was going to be sacked it should have been some weeks ago, I watched the highlights yesterday and they really were unlucky to lose, however back to expectations they have been out of the greed league for 10 years, and the best they could expect would be to have stayed up, they are not a million miles away. To have been a yoyo Team for a couple of years should be acceptable, I think Pearson has been unlucky and the timing is unbelievable. Maybe its the English manager syndrome, i can only think they have someone lined up, personally i think they would have been better staying with what they had.
Certainly came across as a huge dick yesterday
His interviews bore me to death.
When was the last time we had a manager poached?
I like Pearson, I think he's a genuine and good bloke.
Yeah Morgan would never sack a manager just after the window
Doesn't come across very well at all but this is harsh. They'll go down regardless.
Terry Connor was not poached but toasted and grilled.
Saunders should have been boiled (in oil).
I like how he's different and not like your typical football manager but he was behaving very oddly indeed yesterday. Saying that we don't know everything that was said.
Seems alright to me too. Too perfect an haircut thouh.
He's one of the biggest a**holes in football.
Vinny Jones of management
I don't think Leicester really would see him as any better then Pearson in fact probably a lot worse.
Certainly didn't come out of yesterdays incident with McArthur very well. Compounded his actions at the side of the pitch by then giving a slightly daft
interview. Probably knew his time was up.
I reckon he'll end up at Sheffield Wednesday
No one will save them! McCarthy type panic sacking imo and they're in a worse position!
Not quite, they've sacked all the backroom staff as well so no chance of a Clipboard type successor :goodnight:
No mention of this on the BBC sport site??????
They must be glued to the africa cup of nations i guess
This actually hasn't been confirmed yet.
All over the web, nothing from Leicester though. Pearson is due to hold a press conference tomorrow for Tuesday's game, so guess we will see then.
He did so well to get them up....
Call me old fashioned but no $$$$ing loyalty...
No loyalty at all, the potential loss of a hell of a lot of money is the cause.
For their sake I hope they have a gameplan in place for his replacement, unlike you know who.
If the expected happens at least they can console themselves with a pretty big wedge of parachute payments and going into a league that ain't to hot!
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