Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 21 August 2014

Bingham was a winning boss

Yet again the IFA is helping the unemployed. If a person wants to manage the NI football team the first requirement on their cv is that they must be unemployed.

Of the last eight managers only one, Sammy McIlroy, was managing a club when he was appointed, and even that was a third division club.

This time we had three unemployed managers interviewed.

Michael O'Neill may have got Shamrock Rovers a couple of good results in Europe but so has David Jeffrey of Linfield.

At the end of the day you only get what you pay for and since Billy Bingham we have got what we paid for - nothing.

Billy Nick

Belfast

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