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The Managers (Football) Discussion Thread

Started by KevinAshburner,

Welcome to The TalkChelsea Thread for Discussing Current and Past Managers in World Football.


Here we will Talk and Discuss all Managers in Football that are Still Managing or are Retired.


We already have Threads on Managers already but we do not have one for main Talk and Discussions for The rest of the world.


These Managers and or Threads Listed below in This Thread are Not Managers that will be allowed to be discussed in here for we already have a Thread for Them.

Managers Threads That already exist for The Managers Listed Below and that means those Managers will be not be Discussed in here.


  • The Conte Thread
  • The Mourinho Thread
  • Carlo Ancelotti
  • Guus Hiddink
  • Rafael Benítez
  • Pep Guardiola to Manchester City Thread
  • Who will be The Next Chelsea Manager.
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Atletico Madrid: Diego Simeone handed three-game La Liga ban


Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone has received a touchline ban for the final three La Liga games of the season.

The Argentine, 45, appeared to instruct a ball boy to throw a ball on to the pitch to disrupt a Malaga attack during Atletico's 1-0 win on Saturday.

Simeone, who was sent to the stands at half-time, said: "It is clear the referee took the correct decision."

He will not miss Atletico's Champions League semi-final first-leg at home to Bayern Munich on Wednesday (19:45 BST).

Simeone will miss the home game against Rayo Vallecano on 30 April, the trip to Levante on 8 May and the visit of Celta Vigo on 15 May, the final day of the season.

Atletico, who are second to La Liga leaders Barcelona on goal difference, have 10 days in which to appeal.



The Atletico Madrid boss has been given a three-match ban by the RFEF, meaning he will miss his side's final three league games


Diego Simeone has been given a three-game touchline ban which will see him sit out the remainder of Atletico Madrid's league season.

The Argentine was sent to the stands during his side's 1-0 win over Malaga last Saturday after a ball was thrown onto the pitch from the technical area, interrupting a counter-attack from the visitors at the Vicente Calderon.

Simeone denied he had thrown the ball himself but accepted that referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz followed correct procedure in sending him to the stands for the second half.

"It's clear that the referee made the right decision as per the regulations. He did what he had to do. There's little more that can be said," the 45-year-old said after the match.


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