Saturday, 8 May 2010
Zola - The Squatter In Green Street
The votes have been cast, the people who count the most have had their say (Sullivan & Gold in this case), and it is only a matter of time before Zola bows to the inevitable, clears his desk and makes way for his replacement. A meeting is scheduled for next week to thrash out the details and, in the meantime, Zola continues to pick the team and plan for next season because, not to do so would, in Zola's words, be "unprofessional". But we know Zola is on his way out, unless, in a desperate attempt to cling to power, he strikes a deal with another party and agrees to work in a coalition, with Avram Grant perhaps?
If Zola goes, another coalition is possible to replace him, with Mr Armani, Alan Pardew, climbing into bed with the old warhorse who cannot smile, Avram Grant. Whoever is in charge after all this has been thrashed out, will face a tough job, because of the massive deficit caused by the international banking crisis with it's epicentre in Iceland.
Does any of this sound familiar by any chance?
Posted by Hammersfan at 11:17