Pep - Manager of the Season 2017/18

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  1. Ancient Citizen

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    Agree with this, Rafa Benitez has always been a good manager, hauling that Toon side back to the Prem and
    taking them to where they are is no mean feat, Dyche also deserves third.
     
  2. Le Havre Oswald

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    How the fuck can a team that has broken a billion records in one season, win the league with 5!!! Games spare and inspire the National team to try and play the way we do not have their manager win mots
     
  3. taleofbluehalves

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    Little Britain mate! The little guy succeeding against the odds. And we wonder why there are no top English or even British managers anymore when we celebrate achieving 7th more than 1st.
     
  4. Hoghead

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    Klippity 2nd or 3rd. Attractive football , goals, team improvement despite loss of major players.
    ****ish club though.
     
  5. Le Havre Oswald

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    really has pissed me off mate.
     
  6. taleofbluehalves

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    Wait til Rashford wins young player of the year!
     
  7. urban genie

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    Pep
    Rafa
    carvahall (if swansea stay up)
     
  8. citymad

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    If it isn’t Pep then it’s a disgrace. He’s changed the way every coach is approaching a game. They are either Park the bus like the rags or their pressing a little more like dipper scum, wolves, spurs etc.
     
  9. Harrilew

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    Still cant forgive him for the way England limped out after the last tournament - and the way he told his team to kick the sh!t out of us

    No doubt he has he has done a good job........
     
  10. jimharri

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    Darren Moore making a late run for the award.
     

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