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KENT_BLUE

Gianfranco Zola

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Congrats to Zola! :clap:

Was surprised to see him took this long to return into management. Good luck to him and he should have never been sacked by West Ham in the first place!

They didnt exactly do well following the sacking....

Congrats to him and hope he does well!

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2012/oct/01/gianfranco-zola-interview-exhausted-passion-watford

Good read about Francos time so far at Watford and his days at West Ham. They treated him like shit over there. What a man to come back to football after this and take on a new challenge. I can´t believe that West Ham told him he was to humble. That is what you get in Zola in the first place.

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Was so sad as a young lad seeing him go, was my favorite player at the time, still is up their,

What a player tho! what a man! humble and an all around nice fella! he's what ive coming to expect from chelsea players and a great example of something the club, on a player level, up holds can still see the attitude in mata for example as well.

Great guy! Hope him all the best with watford!

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Has guided Watford to 2nd place in the table. Yes, he made tons of loan signings but to gel a team of players who do not know each other into a team of winners and chasing promotion is excellent. One of the youngest managers around and is over exceeding expectations at Vicarage Road. Just hope he can guide Watford in the Prem.

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