All posts tagged with: Micky Mellon

Manager exits: the rise of image preservation

English football’s sacking culture is widely discussed and criticized by many. What is not talked about as much is this year’s increase in manager exits by other means. Since the end of last season, 22 managers or head coaches from the top flight down to League Two have left their clubs for reasons other than a sacking. This may be resignation, mutual… Read more →

Bradford v Shrewsbury: losing heads

Micky Mellon left Shrewsbury Town in a division higher than the one he found them in, but his time at Greenhous Meadow may not be remembered entirely fondly. When Salop won promotion from League Two, they often played exciting football and created a lot of chances. The team seems to have deviated from the principles… Read more →