Who is the worst prem manager ever?

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Choices include

Sammy Lee
Steve Kean

Any more?
 

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Kean is easily the worst manager in the history of the Premier League. And not just a shite manager but a complete lying bastard. The worst thing is that the press made out like he was the victim of the fan’s abuse but he deserved all the stick he got.

Agreed. You've done so well since his departure it shows just what an awful manager he really is.
 

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Les Reed at Charlton Athletic, anyone remember him?
Chris Hutchings was pretty terrible too.
 

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Agreed. You've done so well since his departure it shows just what an awful manager he really is.


We were a mid table club before he took over. He backstabbed Fat Sam to get the job and was involved in shady dealings with the likes of that slimy Jerome Anderson and Kentaro. Shitty players were signed so who were registered with Kentaro so him and others could make money for themselves. We got shafted over as a club and are still feeling the effects now.
 

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He has to be up there, that West Ham side that got relegated was very talented.
But he did have one good season with WHam before the relegation one.
It's Les Reed by a mile for me although it's interesting to note that Roy McParland at Bolton in 95/96 had a really appalling record.
 

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Wait how can I forget Mick McCarthy's successor at Wolves Terry Connor, 13 games and 0 wins, useless fucker.
 

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Probably not the worse but Iain Dowie didn't have a great record with a few sides in the Premier league.

What about that Perrin guy at Pompey or Tony Adams?
 

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We were a mid table club before he took over. He backstabbed Fat Sam to get the job and was involved in shady dealings with the likes of that slimy Jerome Anderson and Kentaro. Shitty players were signed so who were registered with Kentaro so him and others could make money for themselves. We got shafted over as a club and are still feeling the effects now.
Steve Kean is definitely not on my list of worst Prem managers.
1) He didn't take over a good team, stayed up in 2011, but didn't have the budget to properly reinforce the squad, relegated in 2012.
2) Meanwhile your deluded owners tried to sign players like Ronaldinho or Riquelme, raising questions about how much say the manager had in transfers anyway.
3) After he left early in 2012 - after a good start and Rovers 3rd in the table - you have only gone on to do worse. Had like a dozen managers that season alone when it all went tits up after Kean left.


On topic, Paolo Di Canio, Felix Magath and Juande Ramos should be up there. Possibly Mclaren, too.
 

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Felix Magath was a total headcase at Fulham, totally disastrous.
 

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Moyes. He inherited a title-winning team and came in seventh.
 

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Official Silkyman Translation™ - Alan Ball - who I just looked up on wikipedia. I noticed he had a low win ratio and that he managed (Manchester) City pre-Mansour. I'm a real fan, me.
 

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Surprised JFK hasn't had a mention in here yet for his spell at Newcastle which went wonderfully well.
 

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