"It's not a very secure industry to be in at this moment in time," West Ham manager Sam Allardyce said of football management
Andre Villas-Boas and Steve Clarke became the latest casualties of a ubiquitous perversion of Christmas cheer this weekend... But for both men, it is a case of 'goodbye but not farewell'. So clique-infested is the managerial merry-go-round that they will be back before you know it.
West Bromwich Albion manager Steve Clarke has branded television presenter Adrian Chiles "stupid" for aiming a jibe at striker
High street stationery staple WH Smith confirmed predictions of a fall in sales over the Christmas period, but claimed Smiths
There's no doubt that the influx of players from the continent and beyond, some of whom have been mediocre at best, has had an impact on the development of British players. However, it's pleasing to see that when it comes to Premiership managers, there's a healthy proportion of British managers plying their trade and competing with the suave sophistication we associate with the likes of AVB, Laudrup, Di Matteo and their continental peers.
Steve Clarke has been appointed as West Brom head coach, the club have announced on their website. Albion have been searching