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Short’s interest in a football club he bought for £22m in 2009 now amounts to a solitary phone call each month to the chief executive, Martin Bain.
The club has £137m worth of debt and is up for sale.
Gibson was not impressed with what he saw and two days before Christmas, Garry Monk was sacked, in the afterglow of a victory against Sheffield Wednesday.
Tony Pulis was by then Gibson’s target (for the third time), and with Swansea showing interest in a manager born an hour away in Newport, he had to move quickly, so he did. “He was a like a dog with a bone really,” said Pulis.
“I think the reason why maybe I’m not targeted as much is because I came here with no money to spend, we lost players, we’ve replaced (them) with no money, loan players, and we were lowly when I arrived, but the impact I was hoping to have hasn’t happened.” Somehow he still has belief.
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In the run up to Christmas, Steve Gibson spent a few days around the training centre which he had helped Middlesbrough move to the best part of 20 years earlier.
Coleman continues to impress with his passion and honesty. He had nothing to spend in the January transfer window.I’m a bit further north now and I’ve heard the coastline’s fantastic.” The view of the Championship remains more bleak.There is talk of demonstrations at the Stadium of Light before the game between the two clubs on Saturday. No,” added Coleman, “I’m in charge of the team and you always put the results down to the manager, but I don’t take responsibility for what’s happened in the last three or four years, and a lot of the frustration has come from that.She gets the brunt of it when maybe she is talking to me and I’m not really listening. “You keep chasing that feeling of achievement and we have not had that for the last four or five games so I’m still chasing.” Coleman was born in Swansea, 50 miles away from Pulis. It feels like they are in different worlds, despite the 30 miles between their clubs. “Debs (his wife) has been up a couple of times,” he said. We enjoyed driving over the Yorkshire Moors, again fantastic views, the sun was out and the sheep were around.“We’ve had days off and we went to Whitby the other day and walked along the beach. We went to the Rievaulx Abbey and then to a pub recommended to us and had a pub lunch.” Even the time for such a venture has largely been beyond the north-east’s other Welshman in the Championship.