Administrator Stan 17,516 Posted November 6, 2017 Administrator Share Posted November 6, 2017 lot of focus in the media these days about 'giving British managers' a chance and foreign managers coming in denying them opportunities. Not a mantra I believe in - if you're good enough for the job based on your qualifications and experience, then you get the job. It shouldn't actually be based on nationality. But it's been 5 years since the league was last won by a British manager (Fergie with Utd in 2013). You have to go over 20 years further back for the last English manager to win a top-flight title (Howard Wilkinson at Leeds in the final season before football began). Who do you think it will be? Will anyone like Sean Dyche win it? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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