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  • Luis Enrique

    20 19.80%
  • Ernesto Valverde

    6 5.94%
  • Michael Laudrup

    16 15.84%
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    59 58.42%
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Thread: Coach after Martino

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    Coach after Martino

    We all expect he is going to leave this summer. Barcelona needs huge reshuffling. The team hasnot found a new coach almost 2 years after Pep left..
    You can select one, or suggest your names.. We are discussing people that would potentially be available this summer or can consider leaving in order to take charge of Barcelona - like Valverde..
    Please, indicate reasons for your choice..
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    New board.
    Just get a better midfield

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    Most of Barcelona"s problem are higher up. That needs fixing no matter the coach. If the boardroom is not fixed I doubt we will have a squad to rival any decent team.

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    I like Valverde , there was talk of him coming last year but it's hard to know how anyone would do with such an incompetent board.

    He is probably the best short term solution though. The best options like Klopp are all tied to their clubs for a while yet.

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    We'll probably end up with either Lucho or Valverde.
    Just get a better midfield

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    Lucho.

    On a lighter note, anything would be better than Tata.

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    If Tata leaves I would rather see Martinez given a shot than any of the three mentioned.

    Or an outsider - Paco Jemez.

    Laudrup should be nowhere near the job.

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    Pep. Too bad it's never happening

    Valverde and Martinez sound interesting.

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    as i was saying way back, it all starts at the top, so it doesn't matter who the next coach is

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamrock View Post
    as i was saying way back, it all starts at the top, so it doesn't matter who the next coach is
    It completely matter who the coach is.

    The club was in a poorer situation in 2008 when Pep took over than they are now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamDav1982 View Post
    If Tata leaves I would rather see Martinez given a shot than any of the three mentioned.

    Or an outsider - Paco Jemez.

    Laudrup should be nowhere near the job.
    Roberto Martinez?
    Paco jemez would be pretty interesting.

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    Roberto Martinez.

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    There we go again! Barca lose a match and all go out looking for a new coach. You all need a cold shower. The season is not finished yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xavi_the_Boss View Post
    Roberto Martinez?
    Paco jemez would be pretty interesting.
    Yeah Roberto Martinez.

    Paco Jemez reminds me a lot of Pep in that his is a real leader, motivator and his teams play quick possession football with intensity.

    There is a video of him inviting players wived and girlfriends into dressing room on last day of season as a surprise and you can see the way he connects with players and know how to motivate them.

    Not all based on that video clearly but he is an impressive guy and real leader.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3MW7Q3l4So