If that is the case then arguably Woodgate shouldn't be held responsible. I don't agree though, this is at the very least a mid-table side. It's not balanced with quality across it, at the top end of the pitch there is a distinct lack of a player or two who can forge something out of nothing (besides seemingly Roberts) but there is enough there to be comfortable of avoiding the drop.
Exactly! it would've been doing Woody a favour if Gibson had got rid of him, say back in November.
As it is, I fear its too late for JW...even a National League side would be mad to risk hiring him now (plus I don't think they're too impressed with PowerPoint presentations at that level).