All posts tagged with: Liam Feeney

Unsung Hero of the Month: Adam Smith

During last season’s Premier League campaign, we saw a trend in which some of the more impressive players had once experienced hardship in the lower leagues. Adam Smith perhaps follows that theme, first crossing paths with his current manager in a League Two match in December 2009. Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth were pulling ahead in the promotion… Read more →

Derby v Ipswich: managing expectations

Football management can be a thankless task. Not only could you be sacked based on one bad run of form, you will often be judged on how your time at that club ended, rather than whether you left them in a better position than when you took over. For example, Steve McClaren’s time at Derby County is commonly viewed as a failure,… Read more →