Simon Grayson, the former Leeds manager who was relieved of his duties last week, has taken over at Huddersfield Town after Lee Clark was fired just five days beforehand. The manager merry-go-round was completed when one of Grayson’s personal friends, Neil Warnock, took the Leeds position a couple of days ago. Grayson’s last game in charge of Leeds was a disappointing 4-1 loss at the hands of Birmingham; this defeat seemed to be the nail on the head of some recent patchy results and ended in his sacking.
The Omar Minaya-Jerry Manuel era is officially over in Queens. The Mets announced Monday morning that Manuel's 2011 contract option would not be picked up and and Minaya had been "relieved of his duties" as general manager. Both mov... Read Post
Poor Jim Hendry. He's been relieved of his general manager duties in Chicago, after he loaded the team up with bad contracts and badder mojo, and now things just get worse. They want to take away his street sign. More » Read Post