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Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Talking Points - June 2011

What was on the lads' minds during the close season month of June:

The History Book: Review
How successful was Nobes' attempts to use history and trends to try and predict the 2010/11 season's outcomes.

Managerial Sackings Review
Nobes assesses every managerial sacking in the Football League during the past campaign - and gives his verdict on their respective wisdom.

Come In Out Of The Rain
With ex-England boss Steve McClaren returning to the domestic game at Nottingham Forest, Nobes reflects upon his rehabilitation process.

Everything Must Go
Does relegated West Ham's hiring of Sam Allardyce represent an abandoning of the club's principles? Nobes considers.

A Beautiful New Day
With Alex McLeish walking out on Birmingham to join local rivals Aston Villa, Nobes suggests his old club could be better off without him.

It Takes An Einstein
As Keith Hill fills the vacancy at Barnsley created by Mark Robins' resignation, Nobes looks at the Yorkshire side's future prospects.

Crossing Enemy Lines
As ex-Sheffield Wednesday boss Danny Wilson takes over at Sheffield United, Nobes observes other bosses who've trascended local rivals.

Flavour Of The Month
Torquay's appointment of Martin Ling has Nobes looking at the damaging consequences of how quickly a manager's stock can rise and fall.

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