12 Jan '11, 11am

Sir Alex Ferguson: Managerial sackings linked to foreign owners

Sir Alex Ferguson: Managerial sackings linked to foreign owners By The Guardian This article titled “Sir Alex Ferguson: Managerial sackings linked to foreign owners” was written by Daniel Taylor, for guardian.co.uk on Tuesday 11th January 2011 23.11 UTC Sir Alex Ferguson has cited the influx of foreign owners as the reason behind the change of culture that has seen almost a quarter of the managers in English football sacked barely past the midway point of the season. Twenty-two managers have left their clubs so far and Ferguson, a prominent member of the League Managers’ Association, believes it is directly linked to the overseas investment. “Unfortunately it’s the climate of management nowadays and, over the last decade, it has got worse and worse,” he said. “I don’t think the game has the stable directorships it used to have, with clubs having the grandfather and father ...

Full article: http://redsports.sg/2011/01/12/sir-alex-ferguson-manageri...

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