common sense on football managers

On the one hand, I don't really care if England has a decent manager. On the other hand, watching the debacle over picking the new one eventually moved me from being entertained to being stunned at the level of denial over poor results from English managers.

Here's a rare example of common sense from cheery chappy Alan Hansen:

What England want in an ideal world is a manager that has been competing in the Champions League, who has been winning the Premiership.

But unfortunately, those managers are all foreigners.

It is a sort of catch-22 situation.

People talk about England managers having big-time experience, but that will only happen if the big clubs take a chance on them.

And I do not think that is going to happen in my lifetime.

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