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The new manager will have to do more than just tweak the current defence though? I largely agree with what you said but that still entails buying a defensive lynchpin, a leader to make others around him, better. No mean feat. And assuming our new manager will want to play the fast, attacking football weíre all desperate for, then Baines will need replacing, too?Iíve supported Keane this season but Iím running out of excuses for him. I hope the new manager gets more out of him but time will tell if he can; itís another uncertainty. Whether SA is at fault or not, Keaneís apparent confidence crisis doesnít say much for his mental fortitude.
What does that even mean? A good football manager builds a good football team, he doesn't just neglect 1/3 or 2/3 of the side.
What does that even mean? A good football manager builds a good football team, he doesnít just neglect 1/3 or 2/3 of the side.
Before anyone utters the dreaded words 'proven Prem experience', I'll throw the name Carvalhal at you, and then I'll throw Pulis, Allardyce and Pardew in as well.So let's bin that argument off before anyone bothers trying it.
The proven prem managers available to us are a crock of dinosaurs
Wenger sacked...could that mean they go for arteta?
We will see in a few years where he is at. I'm betting he'll be at a worse club than Everton rather than at Barcelona.
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