The kind of points he raises about Chelsea probably also apply to us to a certain extent. Certainly being involved in relegation battles for much of the last two seasons as well has made it harder to give untried players more than a substitute appearance or two.
Will go a long way towards deciding where we'll be playing our football next season.
Leicester (H) Chelsea (A) Burnley (H) Hull City (A) Bournemouth (A) Middlesbrough (H)
With the exception of Chelsea they're all games against teams we should be reasonably optimistic of getting at least a point and preferably three from.
After the 'Boro game the fixtures ramp up a bit with Spurs & Stoke at home and trips to West Ham, Watford and Old Trafford to come in April. We really could do with a bit of a gap on the rest before then.
Other than Kevin Cullis, is Bradley the quickest we've ever sacked a manager?
There's a couple whose tenures have been shorter, but AFAIK they've all resigned rather than been sacked. Mickey Adams being a prime example. Anyone got any idea if anyone's been given the boot quicker?
Barring Villa, because let's be honest, they're f*cked.
Our run in is tricky, but none of them have it easy. Probably have to just about favour Norwich to creep clear considering they've still got Newcastle and Sunderland to come at Carrow Road, but it's far from cut and dried.
Palace will be thanking the Gods they've already got points on the board given their run in and the form they're in.
About just how influential Guidolin has or hasn't been to the results we've gained, but it's hard to imagine us being better off for him not being here. Certainly he seems like a positive influence on the club overall.