Monthly Archives: December 2013

A Potted History of Beppe Sannino

ITWM looks at Beppe Sannino’s managerial career to date… After an unheralded career as a central midfielder that took him to nine Serie C and D (the regional 3rd-5th tiers of Italian football) clubs in thirteen years, Beppe retired and took up work as a janitor for two years before returning to football as a […]

Giuseppe Sannino – The Right Man for the Job?

The king is dead, long live the king. The short-lived search for Zola’s successor was an interesting one. For the first time, there seemed to be no real limits to who could be appointed as Head Coach. The Pozzos may run their clubs shrewdly and without unnecessary financial outlay but, unlike previous owners, they do […]

The Walking Dead – Is change needed to stop this slump?

You’ll notice from this piece’s title that this is not match reaction to the Sheffield Wednesday per se. To any man who can knock out more than two paragraphs on it without a) losing the will to live, or b) completely deviating into general Watford chat I doff my cap.  No, as the 1-0 loss […]