Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by Blue Maniac, Oct 30, 2013.
How involved was he in that he left very early to go to Everton
I don't agree. Walsh has an outstanding record in recruiting players. The mistake in Summer 16 was that the players he recruited were not properly integrated into the squad. His role was deliberately one on the training ground too and he told the manager the qualities of the new players and he worked them into the group and helped them play to their potential. This is a big reason why the Summer 16 signings were a disaster. Walsh wasn't there to do the role he was excellent at doing. He then went to Everton and Koeman froze him out of doing the job he's best at there too. It's a terrible waste. He works better with Allardyce and, surprise, surprise, some of his signings are now coming good. Even players that he signs that don't work out tend to prove themselves to have something at some stage. Just look at Kramaric at the moment as an example. Of course he wasn't 100% successful, but I'd say his record of spotting talent is as good as anyone I've ever known. There will be some gems at Everton that will prove themselves in time. When he's idiotically ditched by them, there will be no shortage of offers coming his way.
Hollowhead has left QPR. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/44074623
Only if we get assurances he’ll bring Harry Worley back too.
More likely we'll move fast to appoint Steve McClaren before QPR do.
Billy McKinlay has left the management team at West Ham following the departure of David Moyes.
Nicky Adams has signed for Bury.
Third time now? They were well adrift at the bottom of League One so it’s hard to imagine he can make them much worse.
I'm sure he'll do well. He has an excellent record in League Two in recent years - until this season, but he's been injured since November.
Walsh sacked by Everton.
Martin Allen has accepted the job to try to bring Chesterfield back into the Football League. Not sure how the flowers at their Training Ground are feeling at this moment.
Shakespeare has left Everton.
Gary Rowett in talks to take the manager role at Stoke. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/footbal...wett-derby-new-manager/?WT.mc_id=tmg_share_tw
Much ado about nothing.
Sam and Shakey going leaves Unsworth alone with the Greggs loyalty card.
Roast owl anyone?
Looks like Derby will be looking for a new manager
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