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  • Lucho should stay

    8 5.13%
  • Unzue

    1 0.64%
  • Eusebio

    2 1.28%
  • Koeman

    9 5.77%
  • Valverde

    6 3.85%
  • Sampaoli

    113 72.44%
  • Other(who?)

    17 10.90%
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Thread: Who should be Barça's next coach?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alik View Post
    I also think that Wenger would not be able to bring appropriate replacements to the squads.

    Tactically he'd be maybe fine though. He could maybe help us get back to playing beautiful again.
    One thing is certain though, if Wenger were in charge, he would gave a lot of chances for La Masia players.

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    Not Wenger pls. This isn't 2004.

    Sampaoli's my pick.
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    I think Marcellino (former Villarreal coach) should also be given a fair look. I liked how the yellow subs played under him

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    See Napoli with a bunch of average players transform into gods by Sarri.

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    Leonardo Jardim is doing an amazing job with Monaco, even when his best players left he managed to turn things around. He trusted talented young players like Martial, Bernardo Silva, Kurzawa, Lemar, Fabinho etc. Imagine what he could do with la Masia. Plus Monaco is one of the best attacking teams in Europe right now, their stats are still impressive for a team that lost their most important players over the years.

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    I dunno. Sampaoli I guess.

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    I assume 3 madridistas want licho to stay

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    Should've made it a public poll!

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    Considering the situation in regards all the managers mentioned...I would be shocked if it wasn't Sampaoli.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devils View Post
    Considering the situation in regards all the managers mentioned...I would be shocked if it wasn't Sampaoli.
    Especially when you consider Messi still need to sign that contract renewal.

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    Looks like everyone is on the sampaoli hype train.

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    Has to be someone with charisma and get back the pressing and passing Barca should be playing.

    Can only think of Sampaoli or Pochetino that fits that.

    Dont think Pochetino would leave Spurs at moment.

    Strangely though the worse this season is for Barca the more likely he might be to come as seen as bigger challenge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamDav1982 View Post
    Has to be someone with charisma and get back the pressing and passing Barca should be playing.

    Can only think of Sampaoli or Pochetino that fits that.

    Dont think Pochetino would leave Spurs at moment.

    Strangely though the worse this season is for Barca the more likely he might be to come as seen as bigger challenge.
    Pochettino ruled out taking Barça out of respect for Espanyol.

    I know sometimes, they just say these sort of things, but he seemed very serious about it. Not sure he'll come right now, perhaps later if he's approached.

    In fact, I wouldn't be shocked if the priority list for the board right now is;

    1. Koeman
    2. Valverde
    3. Sampaoli

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonAK View Post
    Pochettino ruled out taking Barça out of respect for Espanyol.

    I know sometimes, they just say these sort of things, but he seemed very serious about it. Not sure he'll come right now, perhaps later if he's approached.

    In fact, I wouldn't be shocked if the priority list for the board right now is;

    1. Koeman
    2. Valverde
    3. Sampaoli
    Think Pochetino was joking using Espanyol as the reason but he has a good thing going at Spurs and they will in with a real chance of title in next few years and a young team.

    He is the most impressive manager in England just now.

    Valverde just comes across as having no charisma and seen too many crap performances from Bilbao to see why he is so high up on lists mentioned.

    Koeman could be good.

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    Koeman

    Really you ought to be going all out for Pochettino or Sampaoli. Koeman is a joke of a manager.
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