I think Lampard made sense if they were going to take a long term approach, sticking it out with him, bringing through their young players etc. But it turns out it was just business as usual and therefore a waste of everyone's time.
I can't think of a worse keeper than Kepa who's played regularly for top half team. He really is useless. They should have moved him on after he refused to be subbed that time, then they could have pretended it was because of that and maybe still got a decent fee. Now everyone knows they want rid because he's so bad he makes Willie Caballero look like a young Petr Cech.
and I doubt most people would even notice they'd released Rice, we're all still wondering how they let Salah and De Bruyne go...
It'd be fast at least but I doubt it'd make any difference. Do people normally make better decisions if they're rushed into making them quickly? They might even get worse. It's just so awful. I think there have been more instances of VAR stepping in to overrule the ref's initial correct decision with a wrong one than the other way round. So were putting up with all the negatives and not even getting any positive. There have been so many accidental handballs and dive pens that the ref has ignored initially 'corrected' by VAR. So the decisions are no better, just different at best, and you have wait ages to get them. Plus the dozens of goals everyone was quite happy with ruled out because of some dubious measuring to the millimetre system.
Even when VAR doesn't actually get involved it still ruins the moment. I would have enjoyed that last second Everton equaliser today but I felt almost nothing as I was just waiting to see it it'd be ruled out for handball or something or other they spotted in the build up. Honestly think I'd rather Forest stayed in the Championship as long as it's var free. I'd rather actually enjoy a goal at Millmoor than feel nothing at a goal at old Trafford....
That was the most absurd appointment ever, especially given his recent track record was getting us relegated to League One where we were absolute shite and then 2-months doing nothing particularly good at Leicester, although he left before he could do them any harm.
Now Leicester are in the top four of the Premier League and Bolton are in League Two - coincidence?
Sacked Forest managers have a surprisingly good record of getting Premier League jobs. Megson, Kinnear, McCLaren, and Hart all somehow ended up managing Premier League teams soon after leaving Forest. Freedman is something quite high up at Palace, Pearce assistant at West Ham, and even the worst of the lot David Platt somehow got himself a Premier League winners medal with Man City. Amazing really.