LEICESTER, UK(By Dan Sweryt)—Leicester City have announced their intention to sack their manager every week, as it appears the players play infinitely better as soon a new man takes charge.
The Foxes stormed to a 3-1 victory over Liverpool last night under caretaker boss Craig Shakespeare, with the first examples of effort being produced this season by the players for the new man, as they went 3-0 after an hour.
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Shakespeare himself said, “There is obviously the will to impress a new man in charge which will, by definition, be diluted somewhat by the next game on Saturday.
“The key to resolving this is to act directly on that dilution, and force the players to try and impress the boss every game, rather than having a single miracle-worker in charge long-term.
“That can only be done by putting a new man in charge for every single game.
“It’s a policy that worked well for the England team when they trialled it back in September.
“I’ll be honest though; I’m not interested in the Leicester job full-time. I am, however, interested in taking charge of a different Premier League club each week, to see this sort of level of commitment from a wide variety of overpaid millionaires.”
People are lining up to manage the team over the next few weeks, starting with Nigel Pearson against Hull on Saturday, then Roberto Mancini, Samuel L Jackson, La Toya Jackson and Gene Simmons.
* The prize draw winner for managing the team in their final game of the season was won by Mr Donald Trump, of Washington, DC.