In football, the position of the manager of the football club depends heavily on the results of the pitch. Some management of the football club may not have the patience when the results on the pitch go against the club. The easiest way is to sack the manager who oversee such results and replace with a new manager. There are instances in which the results on the pitch improve with the new manager at the helm. There are also instances in which the results do not improve and become worse with the new manager at the helm. The fan-owned club (which I support) adopts a different approach. They do not sack the existing manager when the result went against the club at some stage. In September 2012, the club decided to axe the previous manager when the club was languishing in League 2 relegation zone. I do not favour sacking the manager in the spur of the moment. There are instances in which I feel that the club should sack the manager in respect of the ongoing results.