They'll be howling down the in Flats after couple of months watching his Cigar Store Indian act,with his only show of intensity is chewing his gum.
I don't care if a manager emotes or not. It's not really the point, so long as he knows wtf he is doing. The fact that Manny didn't show emotions is comendable in most cases. The fact that he rarely did anything aggressively is what's not. When Riggleman came in, he got a lot more inventive with the game plan and he commanded respect among his players. While no players cut on Manny directly, they were quick to praise Riggleman for his approach, as if to point out what had been missing all along.