I agree with Kinger with his last two points more so. I think that his attitude was not liked around the board of owners during meetings, and I think that it was one of those situations where Nonis would be there, and Burke would be there, and Burke would do his normal talk talk talking and it didn't rub off well with the owners.
That's good and bad at the same time. Shows at least that some people won't take any **** and aren't afraid to make moves like firing Burke. Because it happened this fast it was about Burke's ego and attitude, it will come out soon.
Nonis and Burke are totally different people. GM wise we shall see, but attitude wise there is no comparison.