I still think that we should wait until the season is over, then sack him the next day. We won't be able to get a suitable replacement until then anyways, because no top-level manager is going to leave his team in May (although at least one potential replacement is currently unemployed...). And, I would prefer it if we part with Kenny on at least somewhat amicable terms, rather than booting him out. He deserves a bit more respect than an Abramovich-esque press room sacking. Nor do I think it is a very good idea to have Steve Clarke in charge at Wembley. That may be one instance where it pays to have a little more experience, even if that experience was primarily 20 years ago. And like Faz said, the rest of the Premier League games are meaningless (as much as I hate to admit that - we should still play for pride).