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League One Managers Win % 22:15 - Feb 10 with 2046 viewsSmithy

Steve Cotterill Shrewsbury Town 12 8 3 1 66.67%
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Burton Albion 57 35 11 11 61.40%
Kenny Jackett Portsmouth 203 106 42 55 52.22%
Simon Grayson Fleetwood Town 2 1 1 0 50.00%
Darren Moore Doncaster Rovers 74 35 14 25 47.30%
Michael Appleton Lincoln City 66 31 13 22 46.97%
Ryan Lowe Plymouth Argyle 81 38 18 25 46.91%
Lee Johnson Sunderland 15 7 5 3 46.67%
Darren Ferguson Peterborough United 463 209 92 162 45.14%
Karl Robinson Oxford United 155 65 43 47 41.94%
Lee Bowyer Charlton Athletic 149 62 34 53 41.61%
John Coleman Accrington Stanley 921 377 230 314 40.93%
David Artell Crewe Alexandra 206 82 39 85 39.81%
*Keith Curle Northampton Town 125 47 32 46 37.60%
Grant McCann Hull City 88 33 19 36 37.50%
Neil Critchley Blackpool 35 13 10 12 37.14%
Steve Evans Gillingham 78 28 23 27 35.90%
Russell Martin Milton Keynes Dons 60 21 16 23 35.00%
Brian Barry-Murphy Rochdale 90 29 22 39 32.22%
Paul Lambert Ipswich Town 109 35 26 48 32.11%
*Glyn Hodges AFC Wimbledon 62 18 18 26 29.03%
*Paul Tisdale Bristol Rovers 19 5 3 11 26.32%
**Leam Richardson Wigan Athletic 16 4 5 7 25.00%
John Sheridan Swindon Town 19 4 3 12 21.05%

*Sacked
**Interim

Sheridan won at Ipswich!
[Post edited 10 Feb 22:16]

37 years and counting!
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League One Managers Win % on 22:28 - Feb 10 with 1608 viewsCoco

yeh but, if he wins the next match he might turn It around.

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League One Managers Win % on 22:29 - Feb 10 with 1610 viewsBseaBlue

It's embarrassing to read.

You look at some of those teams and they must be envious of the options that we have available and yet are considerably better.

I keep convincing myself that our luck will turn and hopefully with the next manager. It has to at some point...Shirley?

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League One Managers Win % on 22:36 - Feb 10 with 1557 viewsMrTown

Yeah they’re good stats, but they aren’t the exclusive stats that Evans has access to.

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League One Managers Win % on 22:43 - Feb 10 with 1523 viewsPendejo

Do they change if run thru iFollow?I

The stat table is upside down
Oh The stat tables upside down

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League One Managers Win % on 23:46 - Feb 10 with 1393 viewsjoepublic

Yeah but if you pay peanuts, all you get is a monkey!

Oh wait, hang on a minute......
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League One Managers Win % on 00:29 - Feb 11 with 1342 viewsDubtractor

Good to see that Shrewsbury are bang out of form before we play them at the weekend......

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League One Managers Win % on 01:07 - Feb 11 with 1301 viewsMelford

League One Managers Win % on 00:29 - Feb 11 by Dubtractor

Good to see that Shrewsbury are bang out of form before we play them at the weekend......


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Our manager can't even do radio interviews because he's so ill.

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League One Managers Win % on 06:24 - Feb 11 with 1162 viewspennyfathersleg

Of all the damning and depressing stats I’ve seen recently, and by god there are a lot of them, this is the worst!
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League One Managers Win % on 07:14 - Feb 11 with 1087 viewsChrisd

Has this been emailed to the club?

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League One Managers Win % on 07:20 - Feb 11 with 1078 viewsitfcjoe

It’s impossible to find a single stat to suggest he should still be in position here

Even if we accept that Evans was going to give him another chance this season, you’d have assumed the leash would have been shorter than last season and therefore it wouldn’t be able to slide so far

It’s killing us as a club both on and off the pitch

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League One Managers Win % on 07:25 - Feb 11 with 1051 viewshype313

League One Managers Win % on 07:20 - Feb 11 by itfcjoe

It’s impossible to find a single stat to suggest he should still be in position here

Even if we accept that Evans was going to give him another chance this season, you’d have assumed the leash would have been shorter than last season and therefore it wouldn’t be able to slide so far

It’s killing us as a club both on and off the pitch


The only reason he won't sack him is purely financial Joe in my opinion, he can't afford to in this current climate.

He would normally take the ear of senior pro's, but given it can't be a happy camp down at Playford Road, he's turning a blind eye to what they are saying too.

Sad state of affairs' when an owner is hamstrung by sacking a manger due to financial constraints.

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League One Managers Win % on 07:29 - Feb 11 with 1046 viewsbobbyramsey

The asterisks are creeping up on him, he should be next......
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League One Managers Win % on 07:30 - Feb 11 with 1043 viewsitfcjoe

League One Managers Win % on 07:25 - Feb 11 by hype313

The only reason he won't sack him is purely financial Joe in my opinion, he can't afford to in this current climate.

He would normally take the ear of senior pro's, but given it can't be a happy camp down at Playford Road, he's turning a blind eye to what they are saying too.

Sad state of affairs' when an owner is hamstrung by sacking a manger due to financial constraints.


I really think the financial impact of paying him off is being overplayed by the fan base.

My feel on it is that it’s more ME’s pride/ego which is slowing things down; which mirrors his ownership of the club - a desperate man in the casino just hoping that things go right and kidding himself that they will do

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League One Managers Win % on 07:31 - Feb 11 with 1041 viewshype313

League One Managers Win % on 07:29 - Feb 11 by bobbyramsey

The asterisks are creeping up on him, he should be next......


We thought this a year ago.

Most clubs would have fired him a long time ago, ours seems to reward failure.

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League One Managers Win % on 07:34 - Feb 11 with 1026 viewschrismakin

League One Managers Win % on 07:30 - Feb 11 by itfcjoe

I really think the financial impact of paying him off is being overplayed by the fan base.

My feel on it is that it’s more ME’s pride/ego which is slowing things down; which mirrors his ownership of the club - a desperate man in the casino just hoping that things go right and kidding himself that they will do


Depends though Joe, Lambert has previous for taking clubs to court

What if there isn't a breakout clause, if he's sacked, he can say it's not performance related as the 5 year deal was given as a long term project, if we sack him and there's no performance related clauses it'll cost a fair bit to get rid

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League One Managers Win % on 07:36 - Feb 11 with 1019 viewsHerbivore

League One Managers Win % on 07:30 - Feb 11 by itfcjoe

I really think the financial impact of paying him off is being overplayed by the fan base.

My feel on it is that it’s more ME’s pride/ego which is slowing things down; which mirrors his ownership of the club - a desperate man in the casino just hoping that things go right and kidding himself that they will do


I agree with this. I'd be surprised if the four loan signings in January add up to an awful lot less than it'd cost to pay Lambert off. I'm sure the money is there, but he doesn't want to admit to having made another piss poor managerial appointment just yet.

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League One Managers Win % on 07:38 - Feb 11 with 1006 viewshype313

League One Managers Win % on 07:30 - Feb 11 by itfcjoe

I really think the financial impact of paying him off is being overplayed by the fan base.

My feel on it is that it’s more ME’s pride/ego which is slowing things down; which mirrors his ownership of the club - a desperate man in the casino just hoping that things go right and kidding himself that they will do


I think it's being overplayed because it's the only viable reason we can see why he hasn't, agree on pride/ego to a degree, and he probably doesn't want to bow to the fanbase again (even though we are right) but I can't see someone as successful as Evans (and he is given his wealth) who would put pride before profit.

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League One Managers Win % on 07:38 - Feb 11 with 1006 viewsChrisd

League One Managers Win % on 07:20 - Feb 11 by itfcjoe

It’s impossible to find a single stat to suggest he should still be in position here

Even if we accept that Evans was going to give him another chance this season, you’d have assumed the leash would have been shorter than last season and therefore it wouldn’t be able to slide so far

It’s killing us as a club both on and off the pitch


I’m finding this silence from the club and particularly our owner hugely concerning. PL’s behaviour is one of someone taking the p*ss and ME appears fine with that, which is a worry in itself! What is ME’s logic? So many fans disillusioned and questioning whether to renew and ME is just letting this situation carry on where no good will ever come of it. It’s probably the easiest time for a Town fan to just simply walk away from this shambles and ME appears quite happy to allow that to happen. What really is trying to be achieved here?!
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League One Managers Win % on 07:40 - Feb 11 with 995 viewsChrisd

League One Managers Win % on 07:25 - Feb 11 by hype313

The only reason he won't sack him is purely financial Joe in my opinion, he can't afford to in this current climate.

He would normally take the ear of senior pro's, but given it can't be a happy camp down at Playford Road, he's turning a blind eye to what they are saying too.

Sad state of affairs' when an owner is hamstrung by sacking a manger due to financial constraints.


But let’s not forget, ME gave him that contract at a time when a lot of us expected PL to be sacked, he’s created this situation with his own stupidity.

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League One Managers Win % on 07:45 - Feb 11 with 978 viewschrismakin

League One Managers Win % on 07:36 - Feb 11 by Herbivore

I agree with this. I'd be surprised if the four loan signings in January add up to an awful lot less than it'd cost to pay Lambert off. I'm sure the money is there, but he doesn't want to admit to having made another piss poor managerial appointment just yet.


Sorry if i've got the figures completely wrong here

But would't the loanees be capped at 2.5k each a week

And Lambert is getting 500k per year? + Bonus's

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League One Managers Win % on 07:45 - Feb 11 with 975 viewshype313

League One Managers Win % on 07:40 - Feb 11 by Chrisd

But let’s not forget, ME gave him that contract at a time when a lot of us expected PL to be sacked, he’s created this situation with his own stupidity.


He gave him the contract because Lambert was flirting with Sunderland and we were only at the start of his spectacular decline.

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League One Managers Win % on 07:48 - Feb 11 with 965 viewsHerbivore

League One Managers Win % on 07:45 - Feb 11 by chrismakin

Sorry if i've got the figures completely wrong here

But would't the loanees be capped at 2.5k each a week

And Lambert is getting 500k per year? + Bonus's


Yes, you've got the figures wrong. Three of the loanees are under 21 so don't count towards the salary cap. We shifted out Donacien to help accommodate Harrop who is the only one who counts towards the salary cap. We won't be having to pay up all of Lambert's contract and bonuses to get rid, as well as much cheaper break clauses there will be general fixed amounts (as a lump sum or percentage) that it will cost us to terminate the contract.

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League One Managers Win % on 07:48 - Feb 11 with 966 viewschrismakin

League One Managers Win % on 07:40 - Feb 11 by Chrisd

But let’s not forget, ME gave him that contract at a time when a lot of us expected PL to be sacked, he’s created this situation with his own stupidity.


"“The coaching group led by the manager have done a fantastic job in turning a fragile environment - following last season’s relegation - into one where we have a mental expectation to win every game.

“The last few matches have seen results not go our way, however, we should not lose sight of the fact that we have lost only five games in the league in the first half of the season and are performing better at the halfway point than nearly every team that suffered relegation last year from any division.

“We have all seen many relegated teams pick up in a new season where they left off, losing games with nervous performances. This has not been the case at Ipswich.

“Paul has developed a strong squad and has been a catalyst in the club’s re-engagement with fans, including playing a role in helping to bring new supporters to Portman Road.

“I am therefore pleased to announce that Paul and I reached agreement last month to extend his current deal for an additional four years and we are now able to officially announce the new contract."

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League One Managers Win % on 08:02 - Feb 11 with 922 viewsChrisd

League One Managers Win % on 07:45 - Feb 11 by hype313

He gave him the contract because Lambert was flirting with Sunderland and we were only at the start of his spectacular decline.


If you think back at the time we were going through a really poor run of form, so it came as a huge surprise he was rewarded with any type of contract, so a 5 year one came as a huge surprise, well to me it did. It was completely unwarranted regardless of Sunderland’s interest.

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League One Managers Win % on 08:06 - Feb 11 with 902 viewsitfcjoe

League One Managers Win % on 07:34 - Feb 11 by chrismakin

Depends though Joe, Lambert has previous for taking clubs to court

What if there isn't a breakout clause, if he's sacked, he can say it's not performance related as the 5 year deal was given as a long term project, if we sack him and there's no performance related clauses it'll cost a fair bit to get rid


Generally managers contracts are paid off over a longer period as it is, so isn't going to be one big hit.

But also, he is so highly paid for this level, that you could replace him with someone on a quarter of the contract and they'd still be one of the more highly paid managers in the division.

I just don't get the feeling it is all about money, as much as ME is struggling, it's small change in the grand scheme of things

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