the pink palermo wrote:13 clubs on that list . less than 2 years old , have changed Manager, some of them twice .
Which begs the question , why give contracts to managers longer than 2 years ?
A lot is down to expectations, too many fans/owners think they have a divine right to be challeging the top spots, and do not give managers the time required to build the team up.
Shame we seem to be going down that road, used to give managers a bit of time to develop their squads.
Is it now so dependant on money that teams can no longer aford to get relegated?
Two correlations could be drawn
1. The clubs with the longest serving Managers tend to challange for trophies or
2. The Clubs with the most money tend to challange for trophies
What is clear though is the pace at which clubs churn managers appears to have increased dramatically , and we are in the same game these days sadly .