- Stubbs - not just 'cos of the Cup win, he was a gentleman.
- Sir Bobby Robson - thoroughly decent type of guy
- Clough - just because of the film (and yes, I know lots of it aren't true, but he's fascinating to me)
- Sir Kenny
- Levein - I don't mind him, but this Hearts 'playing up to the crowd' nonsense yesterday was bewilderingly bad. I thought he took the Natural Order stuff quite well actually though.
Steve Clarke. Graceless in defeat - absolutely never acknowledges when his team deserved to be beaten, always adamant that injustices have been perpetrated on his team but also never seems to notice things that have gone in favour of them. He's also dour and moaning-faced.
Good manager though. he could just do with coming across as a nicer person and showing more sportsmanship
Levein - an absolute cardigan of a man.
Gerrard - smug twat who's achieved nothing in management.
Rodgers - patronising, self portrait worshiping fud.
Levein - even his own don't like him, 3k at his testimonial.
McInness - perma-tanned hun who presides over a dirty, cheating team.
Clarke - incapable of praise for the other side and constantly girning.
Levein - couldn't leave the toilet in 86 to collect his runner up medal.
Houston - beetroot anti-football trumpet.
Colin Calderwood - the lavvie smell after a heavy night drinking.
Davie Irons - stabbed his own mate in the back.
Mourinho - football hating, tax dodging fud.
Levein - had his bit on the side refer to him as a 'famous football manager' when he got caught playing away instead of a boring Hearts failure.
Craig Levein is the only manager I genuinely dislike. A creepy, petty, boring, argumentative, thin-skinned man-child with the shannest banter known to man. He should serve as a motivation to everyone in the game: a warning that a lifetime spent in the sport yet winning nothing can turn you into one sour, miserable prick.
Craig Levein is the only manager I genuinely dislike. A creepy, petty, boring, argumentative, thin-skinned man-childwith the shannestbanter knownto man. He should serve as a motivation to everyone in the game: a warning that a lifetime spent in the sport yet winning nothing can turn you into one sour, miserable prick.
A fascinating description; have you ever seen Levein and The Donald in the same room???