When Pep eventually leaves

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  1. blue_hawk

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    By best «young» managers, what i meant was the best «up & coming» managers. Ten Hag is a late bloomer, but his performance at Ajax certainly has made him attractive to many of the elite clubs.
     
  2. lazerblue

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    Would be great to see him chasing klopp down the touchline with a baseball bat
     
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  3. lionheart

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  4. Keeper!

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    Graham Potter could be one to watch but a long way down the line.
    Probably the English version of Pep, did a very good job at Swansea and doing likewise at Brighton.
     
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  5. franksinatra

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    Yes will be interesting to see how he develops but agree two years might be a bit too early and he may have to manage a Leicester, Everton, West Ham in the interim prior to managing a top four club
     
  6. mosssideblue

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    Not being funny but why on earth would we employ a manager who was recently sacked and has won the square root of fuck all?
     
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  7. mosssideblue

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    What is this fascination with Poch? I must be missing something you are seeing
     
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  8. peace frog

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    are you taking the piss ?
     
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  9. franksinatra

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    Because quite simply he is a top, top coach and would suit the profile of the club. Football is full of top players, managers who have won nothing, it is not always a full reflection on their ability.

    How much had Pep won as a manager when our CEO appointed him or Zidane at Real Madrid for that matter. Based on their appointment of Pep it is bizarre to think prior success will be the only consideration.
     
  10. Plain Speaking

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    I would not be surprised at Rodgers going back to Liverpool to replace Klopp when he leaves, I would be very surprised if he came here with his dipper history.
    I wondered whether Bielsa would be a good fit, similar philosophy to Pep and attention to detail?
     

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