Who need a regular England Manager anyway

In the wake of Steve Mclaren's dismissal, it seems the FA are faced with yet another contract payoff which, while not on the scale of the one SGE got away with, will still be hefty. It got me wondering - do we REALLY need a regular England manager? They have so little time with the England squad that continuity isn't really an issue anyway. Why not recruit them on a match by match basis, and replace them if they fail to achieve results? If it works for the players, it should work for the managers.

Another reason behind this idea would be that some of the good England players, who may fall out of favour with some managers, may have a decent chance of getting more games. Discuss.

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