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Manuel Pellegrini

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5 minutes ago, ARCHER said:

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Pellegrini... 

'Kingy.. When in possession get the ball forward '..

Kingy... 

'Que '?

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His pedigree is top notch. I wouldn't call him a long term solution. He very much looked like a walking corpse at the end of his Man City career!

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Yes, if only for his chant.

 

Rudkin went to china 

in a Lamborghini

brought us back a manager

Manuel Pellegrini

 

Although it probably would touch a nerve at the moment.

 

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It would be just like Ranieri following Pearson all over again.

 

Pellegrini comes in, wins us the league and Shakey gets all the credit.

 

Everyones a winner baby! 

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i would be more than happy with him but, would much rather a young coach (preferably under 45) to build a long term project and stay for atleast the next 5-10 years.


i know he is a big name and i also know that leicester doesn't exactly have the big "club" profile to pick and choose but a young good coach like poch would be great.


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2 minutes ago, Kasey Keller said:

The bloke looks ill, like he's been told he's  only got three months to live.

 

He gets by on blood mate

 

Dont watch if squeamish

 

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Just spoke to my Man City pal.

 

says they played some lovely free flowing attacking football and scored 150 odd goals in his first season in all comps.

 

when things got tough though he had no plan B.

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1 minute ago, mod hero said:

Just spoke to my Man City pal.

 

says they played some lovely free flowing attacking football and scored 150 odd goals in his first season in all comps.

 

when things got tough though he had no plan B.

 

Well let’s hope he sticks to his plan A 😁

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10 minutes ago, Kasey Keller said:

The bloke looks ill, like he's been told he's  only got three months to live.

What a way to go out. Three months working under Rudkin.

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5 minutes ago, mod hero said:

Just spoke to my Man City pal.

 

says they played some lovely free flowing attacking football and scored 150 odd goals in his first season in all comps.

 

when things got tough though he had no plan B.

Yep that's pretty much what happened, the final season he was in charge they was going backwards.

 

All managers have there day, and his best days are behind him.

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1 minute ago, dayday said:

All managers have there day, and his best days are behind him.

...is what Ranieri heard on the radio, driving into the KP, for his first day at work as Leicester City manager. 

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3 minutes ago, Gerard said:

 

Pellegrini to be manager with this guy as his assistant with the intention of grooming him for the main job.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graham_Potter

 

He's took a 4th tier Swedish side to the top division, won the cup and now tops his Europa group in front of Atletico Bilbao, Hertha Berlin and knocked out Galatasaray in the preliminary round.

 

A degree and a masters in leadership and emotional intelligence suggests he has the brains and people skills. He's also played professionally for 10 years at PL level but mainly Championship level.

 

He looks to me to have an almost perfect profile to be a top manager if given the chance.

Are you potters agent ? 

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