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Hi all. Quick question about the mechanics of job security. Long story short I started unemployed and took the Coventry job in November with them hovering above relegation. My job security has been 'Insecure' for most of the season and my club vision grade a C-/D. Anyway I just managed to keep them up and now my job security is 'Stable' but after the last game of the season my club vision grade plummeted to F. I know it is because the board wanted to avoid a relegation scrap altogether which we didn't, but I'm not sure why there is such a difference between job security and the club vision grade. Will the grade reset when the calendar ticks over into season 2 on 1st July? Or is that more important than job security and I'm about to get sacked? Thanks in advance for your help!

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I suspect that the board will have a new set of requirements for the following season and the grade will reset to reflect the new values.  If you didn't get sacked at the end of season one, as long as you match the league requirement in the club vision for season 2, you should be OK.  I think, however that they will be much harder if you don't meet their league demands though.

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Yep that's what I thought! I figured it would be harsh to sack me for coming in part way through the season and keeping them up - no excuses for season 2!

FYI I would recommend Coventry for anyone that wants a challenge. Playing at St Andrew's Stadium for season 1 so no match day revenue = God awful finances. I was also already almost £10k over wage budget when I took over with an iffy squad and the board want to be back in the Championship by end of season 3. I've loved every minute of it so far!

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