Welcome to this weeks edition of Talking Points. Last week's discussion seemed to echo the footballing world as everyone had differing views on VAR. This week's issue is likely to be equally divisive.
Chelsea are facing calls to sack Mauricio Sarri after yesterday's humiliating defeat at the hands of reigning champions and this season's title favourites Manchester City, yet is this the right move to make?
When Pep Guardiola started out at Manchester City they started poorly but no-one thought he should be sacked and instead people were saying he just needed more time to implement his philosphies. Across Manchester, Sir Alex Ferguson took half a decade to win his first trophy whereas his successor David Moyes was deposed in less than a season.
In the NFL coaches are rarely sacked after a single season and instead given more time to implement their philosophies but a similar practice is rarely seen in modern day football.
So how long is long enough? Should managers be guaranteed a job for a number of seasons before being sacked? Debate your views on the right time to sack a manager below in this edition of Talking Points.
Previous Talking Points:
#1 Should FA Cup Replays Be Scrapped?
#2 To VAR or not to VAR?"
#3 When's The Right Time To Sack a Manager
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