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  • Valverde

    17 23.94%
  • Sarri

    19 26.76%
  • Allegri

    14 19.72%
  • Ancelotti

    4 5.63%
  • Tuchel (If available)

    11 15.49%
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    Who should be Barca manager next season?

    Self explanatory
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    Voted Sarri because it seems like Tuchel is off to PSG.

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    Voted Sarri. Wouldn't mind Tuchel too.

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    Allegri is a genius and he would be the perfect choice.

    Unlike Valverde he knows how to set up a bus.

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    Assuming the board will find the new manager, but is it even possible to sign Sarri this summer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoichkov1 View Post
    Allegri is a genius and he would be the perfect choice.

    Unlike Valverde he knows how to set up a bus.
    All the more reason to not sign him. Our players are not capable of playing a defensive setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icarium View Post
    All the more reason to not sign him. Our players are not capable of playing a defensive setup.
    They are not capable of playing a defensive setup because they don't train for that.

    Allegri is a genius and I don't think any other manager in the world would have dominated like that Real at Bernabeu.

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    Tuchel would of been great and probably get the best out of Dembele but PSG seem to have him. Allegri

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    I'd take Allegri. Easily. Was asking for him last summer too.

    He would be my first choice.

    But there plenty of managers who would fit in between him and rock bottom Valverde. Not hard to upgrade over the current clown.
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    Why is Ancelotti included here? He already stated before that he will never coach Barca because he doesn't coach the rivals of the past clubs he managed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icarium View Post
    All the more reason to not sign him. Our players are not capable of playing a defensive setup.
    He's tactically superior. He will identify the most optimal tactic for Barca. Enough with these bottlers who had one or two good season with mediocre clubs. When was the last time Barca bought a proven WC manager? I think Van Gaal.
    Last edited by Cruyff-Total Football; 12th April 2018 at 03:56 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icarium View Post
    All the more reason to not sign him. Our players are not capable of playing a defensive setup.
    Allegri is much more flexible than you give him credit for. Look at way his Milan team played.

    Personally i would take either Sarri/Allegri.
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    Allegri and Sarri will be difficult to get here, but maybe it is worth it.

    Although Allegri isn't a attacking-minded coach as far as I'm concerned and he bottled two CL-finals - is that the guy we need?

    Truth is - there is not many quality-choices out there. Eusebio and Unze are more realistic to be our next manager than the ones mentioned

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    I don't want Tuchel here. At least to me when he was at BVB he lacked clear and consistent philosophies and ideas (or the implementation of them), his tactics were questionable and ineffective, and he appeared to be quite stubborn too. I don't think he is ready to manage a big club like ours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BarçaBarça View Post
    Allegri and Sarri will be difficult to get here, but maybe it is worth it.

    Although Allegri isn't a attacking-minded coach as far as I'm concerned and he bottled two CL-finals - is that the guy we need?

    Truth is - there is not many quality-choices out there. Eusebio and Unze are more realistic to be our next manager than the ones mentioned
    In those finals he lost against two historically great teams who were performing at the peak of their powers. Juve were never favorites in either of those matches. Bottling would imply that he his opponents were there for the taking or it was expected that Juve win but didn't. Wouldn't say he bottled it at all.

    He's done an amazing job with Juve domestically and he has outperformed many of the top football managers in the CL in recent history.

    He also said he's done managing in Italy after this season.
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