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The Final Countdown

The Final Countdown

Manchester City will decide on the future of manager Sven-Goran Eriksson in just over two weeks, according to an advisor to owner Thaksin Shinawatra.



Pairoj Piempongsant, (above) a prominent Thai businessman told the Thai-language Thansettakij newspaper...

'A final decision will be made on the future of our manager by June 15.'

Thaksin gave no comment on Wednesday when asked by reporters about Eriksson's future.

If you had just over two weeks left in your current role, what would you be itching to say to your boss who you had absolutely no faith in?



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Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday May 29 2008
Time: 10:28AM

Comments

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How much is my pay-off! LOL
mcfcthriller
29/05/2008 11:04:00
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You can stick your job right where the sun doesn't shine!
Tudor
29/05/2008 11:19:00
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Perhaps they do not realise that Euro 08 does not finish for THREE WEEKS and again got their timing all wrong....by the way Tudor is that Jihal you are talking about LOL.
alphieblues
29/05/2008 11:38:00
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Erm me???? Would I, could I say such a thing? (tee,hee)
Tudor
29/05/2008 11:41:00
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Two weeks!! This means that the new coach will not be among participants in the euro Cup.
city 81
29/05/2008 11:45:00
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Dunne to spuds says Das Daily Mail. They have been pretty accurate with Eastlands scoops and deffo have a contact in the corridors of power..
Johnny Baguette
29/05/2008 13:20:00
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