What a shame, poor Harry Kewell has been relieved of his duties at Notts County after just ten weeks in the job. Couldn’t of happened to a more loyal man.
Yeah right! After ditching Crawley Town and leaving us manager-less and in the brown stuff just a few weeks into the season, Harry Kewell has today been sacked by Notts County and almost certainly ended his managerial career before its even begun.
Do I feel a tad sorry for him?? In a word... ‘No’.
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Because here was a man onto an absolute winner with the Reds. He had the team playing good entertaining football, the majority of fans on his side and was slowly but surely making a name for himself as a boss in footballing circles. Whoever advised him to jump ship and leave his post for pastures new has cost him his reputation big time.
The Harry news broke shortly after Crawley announced that tickets for our FA Cup replay next Tuesday with Southend Utd will be just £5 adults, £1 kids.
That announcement and HK being given the boot has given the Reds faithful a huge lift and is sure to see a sell out next week at the Broadfield.
One things for sure, someone has been dealt a huge lesson in football loyalty today. The grass isn’t always greener on the other side.
Harry, Harry Who?