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Managerless Football League!

Started on 8 February 2016 by Thayre991
Latest Reply on 9 February 2016 by Thayre991
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Managerless Football League!

I have removed any manager in the football league and premier league.

This could be interesting.

Update 1

I holidayed till the day before the first games in the football league. And may I say the appointments were very interesting.

Premier League

Arsenal: Roberto Mancini
Aston Villa: Sam Allardyce.
Bournemouth: Garry Monk
Chelsea: Jose Mourinho (reappointed)
Crystal Palace: Frank De Boer (AJAX BOSS!)
Everton: David Moyes
Leicester: Claudio Ranieri
Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp (a few days into the job, so makes sense)
Man. City: Louis Van Gaal (WHAT THE HECK?!?!)
Man. United: Carlo Ancelotti
Newcastle: Eddie Howe
Norwich: Roberto Martinez
Southampton: Andre Villas-Boas
Stoke: Aitor Karanka
Sunderland: Alex Neil
Swansea: Alan Pardew
Tottenham: Marcelo Bielsa
Watford: Quique Flores (HUH)
West Brom: Nigel Pearson
West Ham: Paco Jemez (Rayo manager in spain, never heard of him)


Birmingham: Tony Mowbray
Blackburn: Malky Mackay
Bolton: Justin Edinburgh (Former Newport manager, wow that's cool)
Brentford: Phil Parkinson
Brighton: Dean Smith
Bristol City: Kristian O'leary (Swansea Coach)
Burnley: Paolo Di Canio (Ohh joy, madness is back)
Cardiff: Chris Powell
Charlton: Peter Grant (Fulham Reserves Manager)
Derby: Tim Sherwood (High profile appointment for this level)
Fulham: Karl Robinson
Huddersfield: Billy Davies
Hull: Sean Dyche (A strong appointment)
Ipswich: Steve Cotterill
Leeds: Simon Grayson
Middlesbrough: Steve McClaren (title contenders now surely)
MK Dons: Russell Slade
N. Forest: Carlos Carvalhal
Preston: Glynn Snodin (Assistant turned manager)
QPR: Neil Warnock (Interim)
Reading: Harry Redknapp (a possible promotion candidate)
Rotherham: Nigel Clough
Sheffield Wednesday: Dougie Freedman
Wolves; Nigel Adkins

League One

Barnsley: Steve Davis
Blackpool: John Still
Bradford: Danny Wilson
Burton: Chris Wilder
Bury: Mark Yates
Chesterfield: John Dreyer (former Preston assistant)
Colchester: Nigel Worthington
Coventry: Paul Tisdale
Crewe: Dario Gradi (He's back)
Doncaster: Steve Lomas
Fleetwood: Stuart Murdoch (head of youth at Fleetwood)
Gillingham: Tore Andre Flo (Chelsea member of staff)
Millwall: Lee Clark
Oldham: Matt Jackson (Wigan Director of Football)
Peterborough: Gary Megson
Port Vale: Lee Johnson
Rochdale: Ronnie Moore
Scunthorpe: Paul Ince
Sheffield United: Paul Cook
Shrewsbury Town: John Rudge (their chief scout)
Southend: John Coleman
Swindon Town: Quinton Fortune
Walsall: Richard O'Kelly (assistant manager)
Wigan: Nathan Jones (ex-brighton coach)

League 2

Accrington: Jim Gannon (Northwich boss apparently?)
Wimbledon: Rod Stringer (was at bishop heads stanford)
Barnet: Favio Liverani
Bristol Rovers: Janne Wilkman (Villa scout)
Cambridge: Nick Barmby
Carlisle: Andy Scott
Crawley: Phil Babb
Dagenham: Kenny Brown (Head of youth)
Exeter: Paul Cox (Former Torquay boss)
Hartlepool: Sam Collins
Leyton Orient: Francesco Baiano (Left a Serie D team in Italy for this!)
Luton: Graham Westley
Mansfield: Lee Sinnott (Left Altrincham)
Morecambe: Gary Bollan (Left Airdrie)
Newport: Andy Thorn
Northampton: Alan Knill (was assistant)
Notts County: Steve Burr (former Chester boss)
Oxford; David Thompson (was at Bolton back in 2007? Who is he?)
Plymouth: Gary Lowe (was at Hyde)
Portsmouth: Leam Richardson (was assistant)
Stevenage: Terry Butcher
Wycombe: Martin Ling
Yeovil: Terry Skiverton (again! 4th time as manager or caretaker)
York : Neil Aspin (Halifax manager)

A lot of these are interesting. The shorter term appointments like Flores and Klopp came back, Mourinho came back, Van Gaal went to City. Paul Cox was my favourite along with Van Gaal, as they went to a rival club. I will now sim till January first and see what happens.

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