E veryone working in football should resign. Or be sacked.
At the very least, everyone working in football should be subjected to a vociferous campaign to resign or be sacked. At least once. It is a rite of passage.
We can extend it to every walk of life. Made a mistake in your job? Said something inappropriate to a colleague during a night out? Crossed more boundaries than Ben Stokes hitting the fastest Test century in history (and celebrating it)?
Resign. Now. Or be sacked. At the very least you should find yourself belittled to the point where you are forced to question every facet of your character and withdraw from public life, only to re-emerge six months later to discuss the psychological impact of the social media bullying that forced you out.
The appetite for sackings and resignations is insatiable, the concept of patience and tolerance archaic. Halos are polished sufficiently to...