Richard Jolly Archive

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Managing expectation - is longevity dead?

Richard Jolly | June, 27 2013

Richard Jolly examines why managerial longevity now appears to be a thing of the past in English football.

Jolly: Time is right for City to let Tevez go

Richard Jolly | June, 26 2013

Richard Jolly believes the timing is right for Manchester City to let Carlos Tevez leave the club for Juventus.

Wenger back in the spotlight

Richard Jolly | June, 20 2013

Richard Jolly writes that now Sir Alex Ferguson has retired, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will grab the spotlight again.

Pellegrini's steps to success

Richard Jolly | June, 14 2013

Richard Jolly sets out 10 tasks that manager Manuel Pellegrini must complete to return success to Manchester City.

Jolly: Pool heading down the drain

Richard Jolly | June, 11 2013

After their Premier League dream, Blackpool are now heading in the wrong direction, Richard Jolly writes.

Jolly: Real Madrid down Man Utd on veterans day

Richard Jolly, Old Trafford | June, 2 2013

Richard Jolly experienced a real blast from a past as Man Utd and Real Madrid's 'legends' teams did battle at Old Trafford.

Watford's Golden Boys undone by loan sharks

Richard Jolly, Wembley | May, 27 2013

Richard Jolly saw Watford's controversial experiment with loan signings come undone against Crystal Palace at Wembley.

The games that swung the title

Richard Jolly | May, 20 2013

Richard Jolly picks out a selection of matches that defined Manchester United's title-winning season.

Man City stuck in the past

Richard Jolly, Etihad Stadium | May, 19 2013

Man City's season ended in undistinguished fashion with a home defeat to Norwich. Richard Jolly was at the Etihad.

Jolly: The rise and fall of Martinez's Wigan

Richard Jolly | May, 17 2013

Roberto Martinez's reign at Wigan could be coming to an end after FA Cup glory was followed by relegation, writes Richard Jolly.

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