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    26 32.50%
  • No - Barcelona deserves better!

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Thread: Do you want Lucho to remain coach next season?

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    Question Do you want Lucho to remain coach next season?

    Short and sweet.

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    Right after a defeat ? Not the best timing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TornAndFrayed View Post
    Right after a defeat ? Not the best timing.
    This has been our worst start to a season in over a decade. There is no good time to deflect in protection of him..

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    Yes. I'm not going to overreact for a few losses. People here expect trebles every season. It really shows who the true fans are and who the glory hunters are.

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    He has a lot of flaws but I don't see any realistic replacements out there.

    Also, I am still debating whether our tumbling midfield (the root of every ill with us right now in my opinion) is mostly on him or the players.
    Sóc Culer.

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    Poor poll wording, too. Should just be Yes or No.

    Anyway, what the hell. Luft is right: who would replace him? We are likelier to throw the season away if we sack him now than we are to find a Di Matteo.
    peptastic

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    2 weeks ago we won 4-0 vs city , didn't see anyone wanting lucho to leave after that result


    These polls should be made at the end of the season not after a defeat in the begining of it
    ,,Concha de tu madre, hijo de mil putas"

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    what's the fun if we can't discuss this now?

    I think he won't renw, and unzue will take over.

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    This is a fucking joke, right?

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    Lucho out

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    Frank Rijkaard stayed after barren season but then circumstances were different.
    Besides, Frank played the system. Barca system. And didn't shy from using and promoting La Masia players.

    I will see what happens in November and December before voting.

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    I legit laughed out loud @ the results of the poll so far.

    Quote Originally Posted by KyloRen View Post
    Yes. I'm not going to overreact for a few losses. People here expect trebles every season. It really shows who the true fans are and who the glory hunters are.
    ^^^^
    This post is all that needs to be said. Thread over.
    Puyol #5

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    unless Pep is coming back or Klopp i woudn't trust anybody else .. Lucho In
    kilometers matter ..

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    Luis Enrique is the best barsa manager in the club's history counting first 2 seasons, no other manager comes even close, not even Guardiola, but many (new) fans are conditioned to Guardiola's barsa and romatisism regarding tiki taka.

    1 champions league winning treble and 1 domestic double in first 2 seasons has not been achieved by any other football manager in the history of football, only Mourinho is comparable with one UEFA cup winning treble and 1 ChL double with Porto. Luis Enrique's team has scored more goals than ANY other team in the HISTORY of Football when counting first two seasons. Luis Enrique's team is the first in Champions League history to eliminate the defending league champions of England, Germany, Italy and France. The only other team in the 60 year history of European football to eliminate the defending champions of the 4 big competing leagues was Inter in 1963-64.

    Luis Enrique's barsa team in the Champions League is running circles around Guardiola's barsa team, they score more goals, win more matches and beat harder opposition more often.

    Some stats comparing LE to Guardiola in first 2 seasons

    Luis Enrique's barsa

    122 matches
    96 wins 78%
    13 draws
    13 losses

    348 goals 2,85 per game.
    89 conceded

    Guardiola's barsa

    121 matches
    87 wins 72%
    23 draws
    11 losses

    296 goals 2,45 per game
    94 conceded

    In the Champions League

    Luis Enrique

    18 wins (significant away wins to PSG, Arsenal and Man City)
    2 draws
    3 losses

    39 goals scored against teams from (England, Germany, Italy and France)

    Guardiola

    13 wins (no significant away wins at all)
    9 draws
    3 losses

    23 goals scored against teams from (England, Germany, Italy and France)
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    Quote Originally Posted by reaper View Post
    This has been our worst start to a season in over a decade. There is no good time to deflect in protection of him..
    Bullshit!!!

    2009-10 season started with us winning 1 of the first 4 games in the Champions League group stage. Losing home to Rubin Kazan and drawing away to Inter and Rubin Kazan. We were almost eliminated in the fucking group stage, a scrappy draw away to Rubin Kazan where we should have lost and a late goal by Messi away to Kiev where we played a shit match was all that saved us. But yea, keep on telling stories about the good old days

    Not to mention the first classico when we played like shit and only won thanks to Ibrahimovic who had 1 shot on goal in the whole game.
    Last edited by Xtroverto; 8th November 2016 at 11:04 PM.