Discussion: Potential Pellegrini Replacements {merged}

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by KippaxCitizen, 10 Mar 2015.

  1. Rolee

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    What makes you think he would choose any other top 4 job over City?

    There's no guarantees he will take the City job but do you really believe if say us and the rags were his choice that he'd say to Txiki I'm sorry mate, I know you were one of the strongest voices recommending me for the Barca job when I got it but I'm going to choose your biggest rival over you?

    That would be a ****'s trick.
     
  2. Marvin

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    I don't think Soriano, Txiki or Pellegrini knew how the season was going to unfold or what Mansour and Khaldoon were going to make of it.
     
  3. crystal_mais

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  4. blueinsa

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    Crystal I'm a huge Pellegrini fan and have no desire to see him go but Pep being suddenly available this summer would mean him going I'm and he will be well aware of that imo.

    If it doesn't happen Pellergrini will win us the league again next year and hopefully a whole lot more
     
  5. That's a rather childish post coming from you.

    I wanted Pellegrini out, I still don't fancy going into next season with him in charge, but have absolutely no love for Mancini whatsoever. I've just lost plenty of confidence and faith in Pellegrini, and it will take either some ridiculously good signings from Txiki, or Pelle marching into pre-season with a completely reformed and evolved approach, for the cracks to be papered over. The former might get us through one season whilst earning the success required, and is much more likely, but will mean the succession planning will need to be well underway, if not already completed (which I suspect it may well be).
     
  6. GaudinoMotors

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    I'm hoping that the players that we bring in will be so good that it won't matter much.
     
  7. Lancet Fluke

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    I agree with every word, good post.
     
  8. cibaman

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    If we win the league next season, perhaps also do much better in the CL, and United implode, finish outside the top 4, resulting in van Gaal getting the chop, which job would be the greater challenge?

    Guardiola doesnt owe Begiristain anything. They've had a professional relationship which has been mutually beneficial.
     
  9. mosssideblue

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    Take a year out then - simples!
     
  10. cleavers

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    Its only "childish", if what I wrote hits a nerve. It wasn't aimed at those who just wanted a change of manager after a relatively average season, it was aimed at those who didn't want this manager 2 years ago, and have never stopped telling us all, in almost every post they have made since, some even claiming that a double winning season last year was just "lucky", its tiresome to keep reading it. Anyway I'm sure my "childish" post will be quickly lost in the deluge of other childish posts.
     

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