Who on here said he wouldn't get the sack as he's got four years left on contract
Somebody on 5 Live the other week was explaining that in many cases if a manager is sacked it is written into the contract that they are 'only ' entitled to one years salary, regardless if the length of contract left.
So the example given was Alan Pardew who was given a 10 year contract at Newcastle but didn't last that long. He wasnt entitled to 8 years salary or however long was left on his contract.
I suspect that the contracts are written differently but doubt if Adams is entitled to 4 years salary.
Michael Appleton would be a good choice for Argyle.
He would need to be given time though, the type of manager who builds a club.
Appleton needed a season at Oxford before we started to see the benefits of the ground work. Would be a good fit at Plymouth if the fans & board are prepared to be patient.
Whoever goes there will probably not have a great knowledge of the current squad and yet clearly a rebuilding job will be needed regardless of which division they are in next season.