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Discussion in 'The Premier League' started by brb, Dec 5, 2019.
Get the **** out!
Lovely bloke. Very intelligent. He’ll never be a good club manager.
I don't see why not. He's been working with top players for a long time, now. He's found his own style now and knows how to implement it.
I think he'll be a very decent manager wherever he goes, next.
We could take Bielsa and his stool from dirty Leeds just to **** them up.
He's the Godfather of football tactics but looking at Leeds I'm not sure his style is as effective now. That could always change when he steps up to managing better players, again, though.
All you need to do is name one PL team who will win their game this week. (If you're right you need to pick a different team next week.)
I find the statements from clubs firing a manager amusingly trite, why can't they be honest.
"we'd really like to thank Marco Silva for the effort he put in, unfortunatley he wasn't very good at his job, wasted millions on useless players and had to be sacked before he made the club a bigger laughing stock than he has already."
Was rather hoping he would stay until the Chelsea game.
Haha, one of the moaning auld ****s from the lower bullens I reckon. Loved the way he wound himself into an absolute frenzy and then dropped the big Sam bomb, the ****ing galoot.
that was brilliantly progressive … very smooth
who do you want mate ?
Rafa or Pereira mate.
great manager, if we'd kept him for another season we would've seriously challenged top 4. He understands that you have to start by being good at the back, sadly fans want good football and results immediately, even when it's clear you don't have the players to play that way.
We came close to appointing him before Martinez got the job, he’s Portuguese, currently in China.