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Old 23-10-2017, 02:56 PM
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I would say Mourinho is quite similiar to Koeman and Pulis but he just has better players available. Wagner has a really set system and style of play. I think Pochetino like your comments on Koeman has a strong defense as a priority and then lets the flair players build from there, whereas Silva is the opposite and looks to outscore the opposition and play with a high tempo. I can't think of many examples of managers having success playing a certain way and then changing that massively. The changes only tend to happen when the budgets get bigger or smaller. Koeman played in some teams that played fantastic football and was (I think) one of the highest scoring defenders of all time. Who's to say that if he was given the managers job at Arsenal he wouldn't change things? My best guess is he would play with as much flair as the likes of Mourinho.
Ah you see I’m not saying the managers I named change their styles massively (although perhaps you could say this for Ancelloti,) as in going from West Brom football to Barcelona football, but they are adaptable and can change the way their teams play to an extent depending on the match/situation. Mourinho likes a bus park but his teams have played fantastic passing football at points and have come out of their shell, particularly at Chelsea. Silva likes a high press but when needed his teams can be comfortable sitting with 10 men behind the ball rigidly and playing on the counter. Not going to analyse every manager named as that'll take a century. The one trick pony managers though, like Koeman, are the ones who look completely hopeless when their one way of playing doesn’t work and can’t adapt at all. When Lukaku wasn’t firing at a couple of points last season, Everton weren’t pretty to say the least, long ball after long ball with nothing happening. Money definitely comes into it too you’re right there.
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Old 23-10-2017, 03:17 PM
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Ah you see Iím not saying the managers I named change their styles massively (although perhaps you could say this for Ancelloti,) as in going from West Brom football to Barcelona football, but they are adaptable and can change the way their teams play to an extent depending on the match/situation. Mourinho likes a bus park but his teams have played fantastic passing football at points and have come out of their shell, particularly at Chelsea. Silva likes a high press but when needed his teams can be comfortable sitting with 10 men behind the ball rigidly and playing on the counter. Not going to analyse every manager named as that'll take a century. The one trick pony managers though, like Koeman, are the ones who look completely hopeless when their one way of playing doesnít work and canít adapt at all. When Lukaku wasnít firing at a couple of points last season, Everton werenít pretty to say the least, long ball after long ball with nothing happening. Money definitely comes into it too youíre right there.
We will have to agree to disagree on this one. He may have been overly reliant on Lakaku but that because of the squad he inherited. At Southampton he built that solid defence and the goals were shared around Mane, Pelle and Tadic, all of which he bought at bargain levels. If his teams were that easy to figure out then I don't think he would have come 7th, 6th and 7th with teams that probably spent sufficient to put them mid table.
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Old 23-10-2017, 03:27 PM
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We will have to agree to disagree on this one. He may have been overly reliant on Lakaku but that because of the squad he inherited. At Southampton he built that solid defence and the goals were shared around Mane, Pelle and Tadic, all of which he bought at bargain levels. If his teams were that easy to figure out then I don't think he would have come 7th, 6th and 7th with teams that probably spent sufficient to put them mid table.
Yeah, agree to disagree, we’ll be here all day otherwise Although at Southampton the manager doesn’t really buy players or have that big a say in transfers as far as I know, the scouts do that for him. It’s a good model, having an infrastructure in place that means managers can be hired and sacked with minimal problems as they’re merely a cog in the machine.
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Yeah, agree to disagree, weíll be here all day otherwise Although at Southampton the manager doesnít really buy players or have that big a say in transfers as far as I know, the scouts do that for him. Itís a good model, having an infrastructure in place that means managers can be hired and sacked with minimal problems as theyíre merely a cog in the machine.
Yeah they do have a good scouting network and its a well run club but the likes of Tadic and Pelle were definitely his picks as he managed them before.
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surprising that, I thought they would have given him longer, madness if Moyes returns there, what next The Wally with the Brolly to Liverpool?
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I think his post-match interview gave the tone. I don't think he was that surprised.

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Get Pardew in there. He’s the perfect fit for an ambitious club like Everton #maverick
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This is bad news, they were going along nicely shit. Of course by the time we play them they will have new manager bounce
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Could you translate that into English for me
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See Giggs has sort of thrown his hat in the ring for both Everton and Leicester.

I think those with their Class A BBS posting badges should also apply on this basis.
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Everton should definitely get Pards in to finish the job.
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Tosspot Giggs is interested in the Leicester and Everton jobs.

What a fecking wanker. How about serving an apprenticeship first.

Some BBSers call other Palace fans entitled, but who does this wanker think he is. LOL
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Koeman and FdB are now in some cafe in Amsterdam without a care in the world, bad mouthing those ******* English.
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Like the Titanic, he should have stayed at Southampton.
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What a fecking wanker. How about serving an apprenticeship first.

Some BBSers call other Palace fans entitled, but who does this wanker think he is. LOL
Heís the biggest bell end in world football.

Didnít he describe the Swansea job as not ambitious enough for him. Biggest club in his home country.
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BUT, how great it would be if one of them actually employed him.

The very idea that he has that because he was a legend in football, at least in Man Utd and the BBCs eyes, he can walk straight into a premier job.

And you thinking he is the biggest bellend in world football is really saying something.

I was looking for a comments area to that article, but there wasnt one.
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