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Tomorrow the Blues entertain a Manchester City side high on confidence under the managership of Merseyside legend Kevin Keegan, and who arrive at Goodison on the back of a 1-0 victory away at Fulham at the weekend.
In the dog days of Peter Reid's managership, Sunderland lost by three goals at Middlesbrough and two at both Newcastle and Arsenal.
A spokesman said they could not rule out the possibility that he was a Middlesbrough fan, angry at the club's demise under Robson's managership.
Coventry, even under new managership, can only dream at that sort of scoring rate.
COVENTRY Sphinx are inviting applications for their vacant managership - Mills, who has the job on a caretaker basis until the end of the season, has already underlined his credentials.
It's no great time since Nicholl was interviewed for the managership of Hibs and Northern Ireland.
Rovers, under the caretaker managership of physio Les Parry and with ex-Town striker Wayne Allison among their coaching team, have kept three clean sheets in their last four matches.
Under his managership both Chelsea and Porto have/had a reputation for play-acting and diving.
A statement released by Everton yesterday said: ``After a period of reflection which followed his weekend announcement that he no longer wished to play for Everton under the managership of David Moyes,Francis Jeffers has reconsidered his position and has now settled his differences with both club and manager.
MARTIN O'NEILL turned the Leeds managership betting on its head by ruling himself out of a move to Elland Road yesterday, writes Ian Coyne.
The demands of managership are so great now that it is little wonder the stress got to Houllier.
Though experienced player Tim Steele, who has been reserve boss, has taken on the caretaker managership, the former Wolves and Hereford player has already indicated he will not seek the job permanently.