EFL Championship 2018/19


#21

#ClementOut trending on twitter.

Cc @GeoffreyBoycott


#22

Another club he has ruined


#23

He’s set for his third sacking in three years.


#24

Did you happen to catch the Preston North End result? You’re forever copying me on these lower league updates and then omitting to provide the only result I’m interested in.


#25

#ClementFraud

Ipswich must be wishing they had Big Mick back in charge.

It’s now being proved what a superb job he did with him.


#26

Odd that you won’t comment on your hero, Paul Clement.


#27

Disappointing result for Preston North End today losing 2-3 at home to Paul Clement’s Royals. Paul Clement is slowly turning around the mess he inherited from Jaap Stam.


#28

That was their first win of the season and Jaap Stam got them to a playoff final only missing out by the lottery system


#29

3-0 win for Paul Clement and his Reading side over Hull today.


#30

tomer hemed played for QPR the other night after fasting for yom kippur for 25 hours
i suppose steve maclaren understands this from having managed maccabi tel aviv last season
Hemed slept in the ground as you cant get in a car during yom kippur, the fast ended about 8pm and he was on the bench- he drank some water and came on

joke of a league


#31

#32

Is he any good? Should Spurs be trying to sign him?


#33

Chris Mepham looks a very good player for Brentford. Reads the game superbly.


#34

A 4-1 tanking for Paul Clement’s hapless Royals.

He is statistically the worst permanent Reading manager in history with an absolutely pathetic win rate of 22.7%.

@GeoffreyBoycott


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#35

A thumping 4-0 win for Preston North End over Wigan Athletic in the big Lancashire derby.


#36

He’s on the verge of his third sacking in three years.

Not flying, only Bob Bradley has a statistically worse record than Clement at Swansea in the past 20 years.

Villa are 14th now, Blackburn are 15th, they now seem like two very bad results.


#37

You’re obsessed with Paul Clement.


#38

Why won’t you admit you’re wrong?


#39

The worst thing Reading could do now is a knee jerk reaction and sack a bright young managerial talent like Paul Clement. Only last Saturday, Reading were the first team to pick up a point at high flying Brentford this season and were cruelly denied all three points there by a last minute equaliser. It was West Bromwich Albion they lost to today at the Hawthorns. They’re 2nd in the table, were a Premier League side for 9 of last 10 seasons and will likely be back there next season.


#40

He’s a guy who has been sacked in his last two jobs after failing misery. He is statistically the worst manager in Reading’s history. If he is one of the brightest young talents in English management then its no wonder that their top league is full of foreing managers.

Clement is a figure for derision, a bit like you.