Ollieargyle9 wrote: In days where football managers are treated so poorly by clubs, can anyone really blame him for doing what's best by himself and his family?
One poor run of games at Carlisle and they wouldn't give a second thought to sacking him. That "loyalty" will not be rewarded or reciprocated.
A higher paid job at a club with a lot of potential at that level, closer to home and his family in a set up he knows well. I can't see why he'd think twice; because of "loyalty"? Pah!
That reads well, but do you not think he deserves to compensate Carlisle for breaking his managerial legal contract with them, just like Managers get compensation from the clubs who sack them with out as you say 'a second thought'?