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Sanchez on the Jol situation!

It`s never nice to have the axe hanging over your neck but some of the treatment the Spurs manager has received in recent weeks goes beyond the realms of decency.

After steering Spurs to fifth place in the Premiership in successive seasons, he now appears to be walking the tightrope again.

Here`s what Lawrie Sanchez had to say about matters,

"I`ve been in a situation with people calling for my head but they don`t realize how it affects you, your family or your children."

"You don`t see people putting the postman through this. But all mangers are there to be shot at. We put ourselves there, that`s the way it is."
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Then again Lawrie, we`d like to add most people don`t get paid the salaries managers do!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 3 2007

Time: 5:48PM

Your Comments

Jol should walk away and stick two fingers up at the lot of them!
merlin
This is the only time I'll ever agree with you.
jmd
He should stay! It is the only way the sp*rs will get close to relegation.
G4L
Spurs wont realise what they've lost till he's gone! He's done wonders at that club!!
oranje_emu
For once, I also agree with you Merlin - What a shame Claudio Ranieri never walked away when he was treated in pretty much the same shabby way!
ParkLane67
He was clever and new the money that was comming his way once he got relieved.
Dicksy
Yeah merlin is finally talking some sense, he'll walk away then they'll fall apart and go crawling back to him!
Backslash2010
 

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