3 October ~ The blog On Goals Scored, which specialises in "football information graphics", takes a detailed look at whether clubs promoted to the Premier League should keep faith in the manager that got them there in the first place or gamble on a new boss midway through the season

"It’s only the start of October and newly promoted teams QPR, Norwich and Swansea have already dropped thirteen points each. The directors of those clubs must surely be thinking about jettisoning their managers and bringing in new faces. Sure, Neil Warnock, Paul Lambert and Brendan Rodgers won promotion last season – but what have they done recently? Yes, my Chris-Hughton-was-unfairly-dismissed-by-Newcastle axe is still blunt and I have a very sarcastic model of grinder." Read more

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