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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by Blue Bogey, 30 May 2020.
I think that's the main reason.
Vincent knows how City works - we are in his DNA. The best scenario is probably for him to develop himself as a manager and build a trusted team around him before coming back to City as an accomplished coach to replace a Pep. He’ll learn more staying where is than coming back now and conversely staying away May actually increase his prospects of replacing Pep.
He's not confident about CAS
Wasn’t Bellamy facing some bullying charges recently relating to his welsh job
He will return one day
At the moment he wants to develop himself as a manager so that's fair enough
There will always be a place for him at City
He has always given the impression he his strong willed and determined so I cant
see him leaving Anderlecht until he’s deemed It a success
would be a great assistant though and what a coach to learn from.
No rush - it's not like age / fitness will limit his managerial career for another 40 years, and much as I think him and Pep would be a great team, I'm sure he's already absorbed much of what Pep has to teach during his time as player.
Signing for the Rags obviously
At Cardiff. I think it was a storm in a teacup.