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A friend of mine pointed out, if he hadn't got them into European competition, he would still be in a job.

It's a funny old game, Saint. 

 

One might have thought that he had some credit in the bank, but M'well is owned and controlled by its supporters, the previous owner having gifted all his shares to 'The 'Well Nation' or somesuch group, maybe 4 years ago, and this may explain the precipitate action. 

 

Could care more. 

 

 

 

 

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13 hours ago, Uilleam said:

One might have thought that he had some credit in the bank, but M'well is owned and controlled by its supporters, the previous owner having gifted all his shares to 'The 'Well Nation' or somesuch group, maybe 4 years ago, and this may explain the precipitate action

 

It might, if it didn't happen so often with clubs who don't have a fan ownership model.

 

Hearts

August 2021: Hearts go fan owned. Robbie Nielson is the manager who has been a year in the job.

July 2022: Hearts extend the contract of Robbie Neilson

 

Hibs

July 2021: Hibs (Ron Gordon majority shareholder) extend the contract of Jack Ross

December 2021; Hibs are to play a League Cup Final in 10 days, Jack Ross is sacked.

April 2022: Shaun Maloney gets 120 days, sacked.

 

 

 

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