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Moyes' agent will be passing a few lines to the media too, to remind everyone that his client actually still exists and is sat at home.
The thing that makes this a little worse is that we paid so much for Koeman's number one target and our new manager may not even end up rating him...
That's a damning assessment of the board for not backing Walsh. All of his authority must stem from the board, it's not enough to just put a guy in place.
They've covered it at the time in great detail. This is Andy Hunter's own opinion piece after the dust has settled.
Well, the theory is that DoF is there for the long term, and the head coach is responsible for the short term. Ideally the DoF is part of the club's brickwork, a well-respected ex-player or something similar. They should also constantly talk to each other. It's fine to disagree but when they finish their discussion, they should do so with a clear decision.That's the theory.In practice if it isn't part of the whole culture of the club (like it is in most German clubs), it usually fails miserably.
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