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Klopp at Liverpool.  He's been on Sky Sports News criticising the new plan, and saying he knew nothing of it.  Oh, and he's not going to retain the league title ... if they need an excuse.

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8 minutes ago, Thirsty Relic said:

Klopp at Liverpool.  He's been on Sky Sports News criticising the new plan, and saying he knew nothing of it.  Oh, and he's not going to retain the league title ... if they need an excuse.

Isn't he in the running for the German manager job after the Euro's?   

He might be engineering a move? 

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3 minutes ago, Baron99 said:

Isn't he in the running for the German manager job after the Euro's?   

He might be engineering a move? 

German engineering is the best in the World.

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10 minutes ago, Padders said:

German engineering is the best in the World.

Vorsprung durch Klopp. 

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You may be right with that !

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New Sky pundit tonight probably one of the worst managers ever,there's money to be made from failure.Lennon.

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16 minutes ago, ukdobby said:

New Sky pundit tonight probably one of the worst managers ever,there's money to be made from failure.Lennon.

Just hope he doesn't end up at The Lane.  He made no impact during his time with Bolton.  

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11 hours ago, Baron99 said:

Just hope he doesn't end up at The Lane.  He made no impact during his time with Bolton.  

God I hope not.

 

Bookies favourite is the RP Leipzig manager Julian Nagelsmaan.

 

Another very young manager whose career was cut short due to injury.

 

Think Ryan Mason may be too inexperienced yet to tackle the job full time- but you never know.

Perhaps with Ledley King they could forge something.

 

Personally I would like to see an experienced PL manager or someone who has knowledge of the English league.

 

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Sam Allardyce to leave W.B.A.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/57180362

 

I like that fact that he regards himself as a short-term  manager yet he signed an 18 month contract last December but he reckons he can't commit long-term.  Hmmmm?  

 

Wouldn't have thought it would be a good move to state to any future club chairman who might consider you as a manager, that you're prepared to sign a contract but not prepared to see it through? 

 

How many of us would reckon we could be short-term professional football managers?  

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I think Sams response was to repetitive media crap when he's appointed. They all bleat on about him being there to keep them or, or steady the ship or sort them out before the club decides on its direction.

 

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There's a merry go round of management across various big name clubs- Real Madrid,  PSG and Inter Milan.

 

One or two of those managers could be back in UK for next PL season.

 

Personally I'd like to see Conte back, liked him and his passion. 

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