we sacked Koeman cause he was crap, we sacked Silva after 18 months because he would have taken us down. Ancelotti walked of hos own accord. Allardyce, like Benitez, should never have been appointed.
This 'we always sack managers' thing isn't really black and white. Every manager that was sacked deserved to be sacked, and Benitez right now deserves to be sacked.
So they should go and get a manager who won't deserve to be sacked. It's not that hard, though I agree these clowns make it hard.
The next manager will be "crap" and/or "about to take us down" too. They just will be.
I think this all comes down to people having weird expectations. This was me, 9 August 2021.
I think there's an outside chance we'll be sailing close to the wind with relegation spots this season by Christmas. I don't think we'll go down like.
Me vs. Burnley, 13 September 2021:
Vital we win today, can't help but still feel it could be a relegation six pointer come the season end.
I don't think we'll go down, but if we don't pick up points early we have a rough November fixture list and a bunch of mental midgets in the squad, combined with a section of our fan base itching to go nuclear, so I can see things going south in a hurry.
So I think it's vital we pick up points now when we can.
Why do you think I predicted all this? It's because if you're paying attention it's not hard to do so. It's not because we have a bad manager. It's not because the tactics are wrong. It really is - almost completely - because we have an absolutely dreadful squad. It's not unique to Benitez; Ancelotti had this bench in a 0-0 draw to Brighton.
We're just [Poor language removed]. Why is it so hard to accept that?