Has a football manager ever replaced their successor? | Football

“The UK PM had a very short stint and there was the possibility of the predecessor going straight back in again,” tweets Derek Brosnan. “Has this ever happened for football managers?”

It should surprise absolutely nobody that the first answer to this question is somebody who worked for the former Atlético Madrid president and P45 addict, Jesús Gil. “During Gil’s chaotic reign, Radomir Antic, went straight back to the job that he was fired from – not once, but twice over a two-year period,” writes Chai in Atlanta. “After managing the side for three years – including a…

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