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The new Championship season kicks off a week on Friday but which clubs will still have the same manager now that they do at the end of the season? And will any clubs go through more than 1 managerial change?

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The new Championship season kicks off a week on Friday but which clubs will still have the same manager now that they do at the end of the season? And will any clubs go through more than 1 managerial change?

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Club at the top of the list might change in the next couple of days, if the papers are to believed.

Gonna put my neck on the line and say that Moore, Luhukay, Potter, Farke, Rowett and Monk won't last the season.
 

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The worry for us is someone poaching Neil when the inevitable mid-season panic kicks in.

Wouldn't swap him for anyone in this league.
 

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If Bruce does get replaced by Henry, I won't count it as a change unless it happens after the first game of the season.
 

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Graham Potter at Swansea first to get the sack, with the Swans sat on 2 points after 5 games and an early League Cup exit.
 

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Bristol City, Baggies, Norwich, Rotherham, Swansea and probably Villa will all change their boss.
IMO,of course!
 
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I can't see Biesla, Bruce, and Clement lasting long at any of their respective clubs.
 

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I’m going for Monk or Clement as first sacking. Other gaffers I can’t see lasting the season are Farke, Moore, Adkins and Warne.
 

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I'm going to stick my neck on the line & say that there won't be that many changes this season. Bielsa, Karanka, Pulis, Rowett & Bruce are the ones to keep an eye on. The only way I see some others changing if their in a relegation battle.
 

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I could see Monk walking if the financial constraints continue after being promised they were all resolved and he’d have funds to improve the squad over the summer.
 

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Bristol City, Baggies, Norwich, Rotherham, Swansea and probably Villa will all change their boss.
IMO,of course!

I can't see us changing TBH Andy. We were absolute toilet the season before last and the crowd were shouting for LJ's head (me included) yet the owner stood by him. I reckon he has one of the most secure jobs in football in all honesty.
 

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Think Bruce is nailed on. First sign of him not winning and they'll want their own man
 

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The worry for us is someone poaching Neil when the inevitable mid-season panic kicks in.

Wouldn't swap him for anyone in this league.

Still feel the same way?
 

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Local media reporting Henry as being close to confirmation..
 

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Yep, looks like Henry will be announced very soon. John Terry being his number two, is also doing the rounds. Big names, big exposure, and it will attract players no doubt. Will it work??????
 

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Yep, looks like Henry will be announced very soon. John Terry being his number two, is also doing the rounds. Big names, big exposure, and it will attract players no doubt. Will it work??????
Good luck the name change.

you'll be now known as Thierry Henrys Aston Villa.
 
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Yep, looks like Henry will be announced very soon. John Terry being his number two, is also doing the rounds. Big names, big exposure, and it will attract players no doubt. Will it work??????

You’re already signing the best players available to The Championship though? Not sure not making good signings was the problem.
 

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You’re already signing the best players available to The Championship though? Not sure not making good signings was the problem.
True, but I’m kind of looking at the bigger picture. If we were to get out of this league with him, it would make us attractive to some very good players, imo. It’s all ifs and buts at the moment though. He could be another Roberto Di Matteo.
 

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Just seen Terry has retired... villas next manager? :whistle:
 

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Yep, top manager.

You waited till after beating Wigan 4-0 to reply :) Tbf I rate him too, gets no help at all from your owners.
 

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You waited till after beating Wigan 4-0 to reply :) Tbf I rate him too, gets no help at all from your owners.

Had my backing 100%, hope he's here for the long term.
 

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Only two games, but it seems Harris has got us back to doing the one thing he can get us doing very well and we look like a decent side again.
 

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You would have to be underwhelmed as fuck as a Villa fan if they appointed Terry.
 
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