If you were Pep then what would you do now?

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  1. Neville Kneville

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    Build a new team & bring through the kids, teach them all to play the fantastic brand of pass & move football & win everything, for as long as it takes (is what I'd do if I was Pep).
     
  2. ballinio

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    It's the Kamikaze football I don't like.
     
  3. BillyShears

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    You're not going to enjoy the future then. ;)
     
  4. blueinsa

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    Neither do the managers, Players and fans of 95% of sides we batter every week right now so your in good company.
     
  5. FantasyIreland

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    I'd wager that's very much his plan,and,given the players out of contract,the funds available and a couple of ultra talented kids beginning to emerge from the academy......he'll have the opportunity to do exactly that,this summer and beyond.
     
  6. Neville Kneville

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    His recent comments regarding staying, suggest he has caught the City bug (or curse, as it used to be).

    I can't imagine him not succeeding but he won't do a Wenger if it doesn't work, & in the meantime he can attract serious talent here, so it's a win win imo.
     
  7. OB1

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    Ah, you were quoting Pep. I've read the books. He doesn't need to work harder to measure up but he does believe in working hard and the fact is that he has, relatively speaking, been more successful than anyone i.e. he more than measures up.
     
  8. OB1

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    He has changed things while he has been here. He very quickly changed his approach to pressing teams.

    I'm sure Pep is trying to make the best of what he has but he's not going to depart radically from the style he is here to implement. One thing he is always likely to do is try to defend from the front rather than park the bus.
     
  9. ballinio

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    I will, I'm sure about that, I'll just have to be patient & wait till we get manager in more suited to the English league.
     
  10. Danamy

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    I can't see Big Sam coming mate
     

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