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MrBlueGuy

Next Manager?

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What if he gets a vasectomy? Does he end up at Celtic?

If he gets a vasectomy, he ends up at Chelsea. A vasectomy is a woman's decision. And an act of great evil. What is a man without his jewels?

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Love him or hate him, but no one can hide the fact that the guy is a genius. I'm sure he'll be adored here should he take over from Guus. He'd transform Chelsea in ways nodody would have ever imagined. The fact that EPL is different from other leagues and his tactics would not work here are just stories, he'll easily find ways to adapt to English football and be successful. That's what he does, evolves with every year that goes by and finds answers to everything they throw at him.

http://www.fourfourtwo.com/features/how-pep-has-evolved-leaving-barca-and-how-his-tactics-could-fare-england#:xQZTc6Gs5jOZ6Q

http://www.fourfourtwo.com/features/9-pep-guardiola-formations-last-year-demonstrating-bayern-munichs-tactical-flexibility#:RYvXMP5fYfOZ6A

http://www.fourfourtwo.com/features/guardiola-doesnt-need-centre-backs-and-heres-why#:cWFVRIFeZVOZ6A

http://www.fourfourtwo.com/features/6-things-you-genuinely-might-not-know-about-pep-guardiola#:WanNCHrM_1OZ6A

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I'll take Sampaoli.

That's a more realistic target then Pep.

But he will need time to adjust to Europe and to mention the language.

This is why I said it would be better to get Bielsa for a season or two so he lay down his philosophy and then get this man to come and take over like he did at Chile.

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I'll take Sampaoli.

That's a more realistic target then Pep.

But he will need time to adjust to Europe and to mention the language.

This is why I said it would be better to get Bielsa for a season or two so he lay down his philosophy and then get this man to come and take over like he did at Chile.

Their philosophies are similar?

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Sampaoli is my favorite manager in world football, I seriously can't express how happy I would be if he manages Chelsea.

I have dropped his name many times, but merely as a fantasy choice.

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Barcelona, ​​New York, Munich. This much certain: London would suit Guardiola's family significantly better than Manchester. (@SPORT1) #CFCCFC.png

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Pep Guardiola's wife would rather prefer Chelsea to Manchester City (via @lequipe) #CFCCFC.png #MCFCmcfc.png

Sky Sports Germany reporter Oliver Sequenz says the lure of the London lifestyle could be a factor in Guardiola's thinking. #CFCCFC.png #MCFCmcfc.png (Sky)

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Sequenz: "When Pep did a sabbatical, he lived in New York, he likes this lifestyle: the pulse of the city, that could be a point for London"

Let's see who wears the trousers in that house :yay:

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I'll take Sampaoli.

That's a more realistic target then Pep.

But he will need time to adjust to Europe and to mention the language.

This is why I said it would be better to get Bielsa for a season or two so he lay down his philosophy and then get this man to come and take over like he did at Chile.

Bielsa is not a good option. We need a long term option. Bielsa has had mixed success on the international level but I think his achievements at club level have been poor. He seems to last a year or two then quit/resign/get sacked. No point going for him or even Sampaoli, who speaks no English and has very little success at club level too. The next move has got to be 100% right, no more AVBs or Di Matteos.

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Bielsa is not a good option. We need a long term option. Bielsa has had mixed success on the international level but I think his achievements at club level have been poor. He seems to last a year or two then quit/resign/get sacked. No point going for him or even Sampaoli, who speaks no English and has very little success at club level too. The next move has got to be 100% right, no more AVBs or Di Matteos.

You pick the coach based on who fits the philosophy of the club don't you? Either that or you allow him to define it himself (in the way Wenger was allowed to).

So here's the question - who defines this club's philosophy? You've defended Emenalo in the other thread and you've praised the purchases made (logic would dictate that the vast majority of signings would be done to service the style of football the team played wouldn't it, otherwise you're just buying appreciating assets which is scattergun and wasting a massive scouting network). Is it him?

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he's not even here - and could never be - but only the prospect of Guardiola really coming already changed my heart a bit about him.

I hate him with a passion - as the SOB he is and I have a few questions about his quality when he did what he did to that perfect Bayern team in less than 6 months.

He's not bad, I just don't think he's as good as people claim him to be.

All that said, he's the best option to be our permanent choice. Klopp would have always been my preference, but that ship already sailed.

It's unbelievable - I should stop posting my intolerance towards players/managers I hate saying I won't watch the team with them, I always suck in even before they're here. So all my posts about how I'd have a very hard time watching my team managed by Pep? All BS now and the guy could end up not even coming.

Once the guy becomes a Blue it becomes very hard to carry on hating them - only Benitez made the exception. Still can't stand his face.

My thoughts exactly. The guy is a complete tool of a person and very overrated as a manager.

But then Jose was a tool at times and even though Pep is overrated he's still the best manager we could get unless Simeone is available so i'd be happy with him even though I don't like him. I'm sure i'd grow to like him too, especially if I know that it was him or some useless twat like Pellegrini or Rodgers.

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would anyone take AVB back since he has gone away and learnt more?

A lot of people always said about him......right man, wrong time

From what I have seen of Tottenham under him and head about his Zenit side they make LVGs United look entertaining.

I'm not that bothered about flashy football, but there's not playing "great" football (Simeone, Mou) then there's LVG and AVB.

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From what I have seen of Tottenham under him and head about his Zenit side they make LVGs United look entertaining.

I'm not that bothered about flashy football, but there's not playing "great" football (Simeone, Mou) then there's LVG and AVB.

so that's a "no" then
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