Yorke always comes across as a bit of a simpleton. I read him talking himself up over the (not actually available) Sunderland job the other day. If he's serious about mangement he should start by setting his sights lower. A lot lower.
In other bad manager news I've only just found out Tony Adams is the manager of Granada. How the hell did that happen?
The Moyes and Neville experiments were strange enough, what's going on out there?