The question is always going to be who would replace the sacked manager.
So for Hull, who are in the relegation places, who the fcuk would they get to take over given that (a) the club is sh1te and (b) Hull is a sh1tehole?
For Liverpool, the Yanks couldn't afford to sack him anyway given his contract, but who would want to come in to a cash strapped fading giant which is what Liverpool is at the moment. They couldn't afford anyone good enough once they had paid the Spanish waiter off.
Quite often the next manager sacked is one that was slightly unexpected. What about Mourinho to replace Mancini at Man City at the end of the season?
Having said that, Portsmouth, Bolton and West Ham are all looking to be in fairly unhappy situations at present.
Why do we still refer to Managerd as 'Managers' instead of 'Coaches'. They are now like continental coaches, running nothing, buying nothing, just fcuking about running training sessions waiting for a P45 and the next game of musical chairs to start.