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Paul Hackett, the target has been removed, you lame ass offense is gone, you ass is gone, motherfucka, you didn't resign, your fired!!!!!!!!

FIRED!!!!!

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Paul Hackett, the target has been removed, you lame ass offense is gone, you ass is gone, motherfucka, you didn't resign, your fired!!!!!!!!

FIRED!!!!!

FIRED!!!!!!

FIRED!!!!!!


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Where are the T'Wolves fans out there? Flip....you're fired. Rightfully so, I would have to say. This is a team that was fully on the rise last year and haven't done shit this year. Who's hoping for a Cheers reunion with McHale obsessed with counting the the luxury boxes?

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Drew Bledsoe,
Eric Moulds,
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one down, one with a resturctured contract...one to go!

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Goodenow or Bettman....the race is on.

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Welcome to the club, Dave Lewis.

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Purple Hawk wrote:
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The door is open. Please don't fall down or fumble on your way out of it.


Amazing that the guy in the first post of this thread still hasn't been "fired."

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Travis Henry,

The door is open. Please don't fall down or fumble on your way out of it.


Amazing that the guy in the first post of this thread still hasn't been "fired."


Is "traded" good enough?


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Also, any predictions on who will make this list in the next few months? This year's tougher than last year. The only one I'm confident in fully predicting would be Jim Haslett.

Mike Martz, Mike Sherman, Mike Tice and Mike Holmgren (lots of Mikes there) all seem possible, but I could see them hanging on as well.

Dick Vermeil will most likely retire. Bill Parcells or Joe Gibbs might step down, as well.

Tough calls....

EDIT: Almost forgot, Dom Capers is another possibility.


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Green Habit wrote:
Also, any predictions on who will make this list in the next few months? This year's tougher than last year. The only one I'm confident in fully predicting would be Jim Haslett.

Mike Martz, Mike Sherman, Mike Tice and Mike Holmgren (lots of Mikes there) all seem possible, but I could see them hanging on as well.

Dick Vermeil will most likely retire. Bill Parcells or Joe Gibbs might step down, as well.

Tough calls....


I'll put my money on Tice. If the Vikings have a bad start, or start good and go downhill (like they usually do), I imagine that he will be gone. I would like to think that they will actually make the playoffs this year.

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Joe Torre is all done if NY doesn't go on a huge run and make the playoffs, whether or not he actually deserves the axe.


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Joe Torre is all done if NY doesn't go on a huge run and make the playoffs, whether or not he actually deserves the axe.


i really doubt this. they just gave him an extension! plus, they should make the playoffs.


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lee mazelli. poor O's. first time in quite some time a team with a over .500 manager gets axed. his team just blows, though not entirely his fault.

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lee mazelli. poor O's. first time in quite some time a team with a over .500 manager gets axed. his team just blows, though not entirely his fault.


his team was 4 games under i think


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Mitchell wrote:
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lee mazelli. poor O's. first time in quite some time a team with a over .500 manager gets axed. his team just blows, though not entirely his fault.


his team was 4 games under i think


Yea, makes me sick for a team that spent over 60 games in first place. WBAL stated yesterday that many of the playres privatly were not happy with his leadership of the team on a whole. Some thought he was good, one on one, but the 'team leaders' who wished to remain in annominity, felt he made questionable descisons, and was indecisive.

Sam Perlozzo has been named interium manager. They stopped thier 8 game losing steak yesterday defeating the LA Angles in the afternoon.


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Joe Torre is all done if NY doesn't go on a huge run and make the playoffs, whether or not he actually deserves the axe.


i really doubt this. they just gave him an extension! plus, they should make the playoffs.

You assume that the person who will make this decision is rational.


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Joe Torre is all done if NY doesn't go on a huge run and make the playoffs, whether or not he actually deserves the axe.


i really doubt this. they just gave him an extension! plus, they should make the playoffs.

You assume that the person who will make this decision is rational.


he's somewhat rational nowadays


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