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Old 16-04-2018, 08:23 AM
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Is Pep a good manager? he is a great manager as his achievements show, but beside that he has proved he is able to improve players performances to a new level, but we must also remember he is Not infalable and does make mistakes like everbody else does. What is intriguing is how far will he take this City side and what their domination of the EPL will be and its effects on others.
But then so has Jose "M" his Championship winning record with so many clubs around Europe is incredible and second to none, but on the flip side we have also seen him flop.
As for Sir Alex "F" yes he achieved so much with Man Utd, but lets not forget he was on the verge of being sacked by Utd for under achievement, and was only rescued by the birth of that amazing Youth Team in 1990 which i was fortunate to witness in that Youth Cup Final against CPFC home and away, and that gave Sir Alex the wonderful foundations to build from, which was his saviour.
But should we ignore Arsene Wenger achievements? there is a case for him being the best ever for his development of young raw and unknown players into World stars, unlike other managers who have bought success. Not only that, but with a style of play that bemused opposition and excited All fans including neutrals, it is just a shame to Now see his clubs demise from the levels he had set, also more galling is his stubborness in not accepting their decline and just stepping down and then being remembered for his wonderful past achievements.
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