Here at the SackRace we have a number of different authors who are all experts in their field and are here to provide you with all the very latest gossip and news from the managerial merry-go-round.

If you have a rumour regarding a pending sacking or a managerial appointment that you would like to see on the site, please contact us and we'll upload it (if we believe there's any truth in it!), or send us a message on @thesackrace.

Jack Kitson

Jack Kitson is an experienced sports journalist who has developed a wealth of knowledge as the man at the helm of the popular Sack Race website. Jack meticulously tracks the success and scourges of gaffers in the gruelling game of managerial musical chairs, with his radar firmly set at the heart of the frantic, mind-boggling and all-encompassing world of football management. Jack's insatiable appetite for this engrossing aspect of the football world makes him the Sack Race's go-to-man.


Twitter: @jack_kitson

Andy Dillon

Andy Dillon is a regular contributer to The Sack Race who offers an insightful and engaging view on the managerial arena. Andy has been a Sports Reporter for The Sun for the past 17 years, during which he's covered three World Cups (2002, 2006 & 2010), along with a brace of European Championships (2004 & 2012), and the 2006 Champions League final. Andy is also a Chelsea correspondent for SunSport, while he covers both the Premier League and European football.

Twitter: @andydillon70

Chris Knight

Known to his mates and colleagues at the Sack Race as 'Mr Football' due to his extensive knowledge and useless facts about all things football in the UK and Europe, Sean Raymond is always the first pick for any pub quiz team and will be using his experience to update the Sack Race on a regular basis. Chris has also worked extensively in the sports news industry which means he has fantastic contacts and sources which will help him on all the breaking news stories which are so important to fans and punters.

Twitter: @Chris_Knight84

Mick Bates

Hugely experienced in the world of sports writing, Mick Bates has agreed to move to the Sack Race to contribute his vast knowledge and experience to the world of football management. Mick has an exhaustive list of contacts in the football world that we will be utilising on a regular basis to bring you the inside track on all the latest big stories, so whether its Bournemouth or Blackburn, Leyton Orient or Liverpool, Mick will be able to get the news to you better than anybody. Mick has his finger on the football pulse and he will be working him hard to make sure he gives you the benefit of his knowledge on all the big stories over the coming months.


Twitter: @MichaelBates72

Mike Holden

More to follow.

Twitter: @Ratings_Mike

Richard Smith

Having previously worked for two different football clubs (one a Premier League Club and the other a League One club) before moving in to the world of sports betting as a trader for a leading online bookmaker, Richard Smith, has plenty of experience, knowledge and contacts in the world of football and media. The Sack Race is the first site on which Richard has agreed to share his expert knowledge and opinions of the managerial merry-go-round and regularly updates the site whenever he hears any whispers, rumours or breaking news. His contacts at bookmakers mean that he is often privy to some great inside information on where the money is going on the next manager markets making him an ideal member of The Sack Race team.



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