It was Pulis. Rodgers won the LMA award. Don't get me wrong, they were both great, but he seemingly wasn't even considered. And given the history of it almost always going to the title-winning manager, the fact that in both of our title-winning seasons it went to someone else, makes me a bit paranoid (but I guess when you've had an entire set of rules brought in specifically to stop your club from winning in Europe, and the Chief Executive of our own FA says it will be disappointing if we win the title, you're entitled to feel more than a bit paranoid).
"I think we have all been head butted in the face at sometime in life." - Stuart Pearce