Giovanni van Bronckhorst,life after Pep?

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  1. asahartford1

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    Bfs would get my vote. Then I can join in with all the guys and gals regularly telling gme how the Current Manager is getting it wrong
     
  2. Manc in London

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    Was thinking the same. Nailed on, assuming Warnock is tied up in a contract
     
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  3. nmc

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    Looks like he may be NYCFC bound after Torrent left by mutual agreement. Wonder if Torrent will head back to City to be by Pep’s side.
     
  4. mat

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    Could be the bigger plan?

    Get him the CFG group for a seamless transition if required.
     
  5. Few more years in Pep imo he'll sign another 2/3 year.

    At least that's what I hope.
     
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    Once Phil Neville has worn out that suit and he has won everything that the women's game has, Koolhand Khaldoon will be beating a path to his door.
     
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  7. karen7

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    Manchester City are set to appoint Giovanni van Bronckhorst as the coach of NYCFC - giving him the chance to put himself in the frame to replace Pep Guardiola. Van Bronkhorst is unlikely to accept if there was no plan for him to move into a prominent CFG role.

    City chiefs have previously looked at using New York as a proving ground. When Patrick Vieira moved to the States three years ago it was hoped he would one day become City boss. [@MullockSMirror]
     
  8. peoffrey

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    Pep will go to Juventus within two seasons. He won’t stay forever. No manager does.
     
  9. Petetheblu

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    I would like to let Manchester City FC know that I am indeed available should they want a Manc at the helm. I managed to fully dress myself this morning....okay, I got a bit of help as my green shirt clashed with my orange pants...
     
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    Would he be offered the Spain job with his staunchly pro-Catalunia views ? Would hardly have a unifying impact with the tensions in that region as they stand at present.
     

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