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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by karen7, 27 May 2017.
agreed a joy to watch
Think he will stay another 3-4 years after this season and will leave us in a great place, deliver our first CL. To think that even after all this time Sterling, Sane, Jesus, Bernardo, Stones, Mendy, Ederson STILL won’t be in thier prime is scary.
Maybe he stays even longer. The age and quality of the players we have is something extremely rare, it’s not something we’ll see again in a long time.
Think Serie A is improving and if it continues to do so I could see him possibly going there otherwise I could see him managing a national team. The only question is which one? He is so pro Catalan he would never manage Spain. Maybe Catalonia get thier independence and he manages them, I’m sure that would be a dream come true. Otherwise I don’t know, It’s tricky most nations employ managers from their own nationality. It’s hard for me to imagine him managing any other nation other than Catalonia. Not Brazil, Germany, Italy, Argentina, France as their always employ their own. England is a long shot as well.
Maybe he just stays a long time at City and retires from managing. Decides to mold the future generations in an academy role.
He is when it comes to Pep, several times already tried to present it like it is just usual coaching job and he, just as anyone else knows it's a job that was planned for years, with too many connections in and out the club itself to not be the usual one.
Few days ago he tried to make it just like Pep's bayern job (with bit of arrogant - he's not your wife, just short time grilfriend) and it's silly really to anyone following football and specially City in last few years. Bayern's job was just that - the job. You can't compare working for Uli Hoeness and Rumenigge and in their "we're bayern, bow to us as we're so cool and do it on right way" where he didn't have anything else that ties him to that club and City where years are spent to prepare everything for him, where he works for two of his best mates, freedom to do what he wants and how he wants and where his brother has 50-50 partnership in owning the club with City group.
It's much more complex and planned than simple managerial job. Obviously he won't retire at City nor he was City fan in childhood but he's here for much bigger stuff than just being manager for 3 years. And FCBarca is around enough to know that.
.....and when he does leave, he'll be replaced by......
I think he's here for 5-6 years for sure but not sure about mentor stuff. Much more logic to be that at Girona where his brother (and probably him too) have invested money + it's in his backyard. The club is partially under City Group umbrella so it wouldn't be such a bad thing too for us to have Pep improving our talent there.
Arteta? Looks like he rates him a lot. Just have read that Arteta is doing the main training stuff with movements in last third of our attack. The man himself said it.
Tony Fucking pulis
City shop agrees
Ah, the ying and the yang...
The light and the dark...
The pink and the brown...
Our long throws are frankly poor to be fair...