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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Talking Points - September

Chewing the fat in September 2009:

Boothroyd aims to bounce back with U's
As he's appointed the new manager at Colchester, Nobes examines the career of former Watford boss Aidy Boothroyd.

Impatient Imps dismiss Jackson
Stand well back... Nobes in full flow as he sticks the boot into Lincoln for sacking manager Peter Jackson.

Cobblers give Gray the boot
Nobes reacts to the fourth sacking of the new season - Stuart Gray at League Two Northampton Town.

The Sack Race
With four managers already gone in the Football League, the lads sit down to discuss the 'Sack Race' and the pressure on managers to succeed.

Robins' Reds Test
Nobes assesses the appointment of Mark Robins, as the Rotherham boss makes the move to become Barnsley's new manager.

Stanley strive to survive
Nobes reports on financially-striken Accrington's fight to raise the money they need to survive.

Billy Davies - Saint or sinner?
Controversial, talented, a saint or a sinner? Turls and Lakes discuss former Preston, and current Nottingham Forest, boss Billy Davies.

North End ruled by the bottom line
After the sale of defender Sean St. Ledger to Middlesbrough, Nobes argues Preston's problem is a lack of courage, not money.

A Lost Sol
Nobes' observations on Notts County after big-name signing Sol Campbell walks out on the club after less than a month.

Millers go back for Moore
As Ronnie Moore returns to manage League Two Rotherham, Nobes looks at his re-appointment.

Back To The Future?
Nobes considers whether or not it's a good idea for managers to ever return to a club for a second spell in charge.

Lincoln take gamble on Sutton
Chris Sutton's appointment as Lincoln boss represents a huge gamble, says Nobes.

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