Originally Posted by htismaqe
And yet he was on the staff for 3 weeks after Pioli was fired.
This information just bolsters the idea that people are over-reacting to the fact that Pioli hasn't been fired yet.
Yet that put us behind on a new coach.
Thats what worries me. It's not that they "might" keep him on, it's the damage of the time thats going by.