Giovanni van Bronckhorst,life after Pep?

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  1. heartman

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    He has been in Melbourne, was mentioned in the last game (Melbourne city) coverage.
     
  2. blue oli

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    I’m not as good as you other think, happy to give it a whirl
     
  3. Cotswold Knight

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    Got to be Big Sam that’s why he hasn’t taken any other job
    Sick of all this entertaining football scoring goals for fun
    I want to go back to the Peter Reid days of lumping it forward to the big man
     
  4. KS55

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    Raz approves
     
  5. Trojan1962

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    Ten Hag would be my choice his team play good football
     
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  6. Alan Oakes Shinpads

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    Nagelsmann at RB Leipzig,impressed at Hoffenheim and has taken Leipzig up a level
     
  7. Dr Jacoby

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    Big Sam would be the ideal successor.
     
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  8. Ban-jani

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    Been saying for ages that he’ll take the England job.
     
  9. Blue Maverick

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    Pep won’t work at national level unless it’s Brazil or Spain and he won’t be doing Spain, the system he plays needs everyone to be good with the ball and buy into his way of play, he won’t have them every day, it would be too hard a job to get long ball merchants to play his way. He will go to Italy probably Juventus as he’s not been there yet.
     
  10. Ban-jani

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    He definitely will have this in England.

    Most of the young talent coming through play in the top 6 and most of the top 6 play the right style of football for him to coach them into his way.

    City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Spurs have the bulk of players, mostly Chelsea and Spurs and they play a highly technical game.
     

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