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Unread 14-04-2019, 10:13 PM
Sparky***
 
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You can see why these modern day managers like Guardiola and Klopp stay in one place for about 4-5 years then leave. They are exhausting characters to be around, they must be. The histrionics on the touchlines, the rabid swivel eyed intensity. Is it any wonder by the end of Klopp's reign at Dortmund they were in freefall, they were probably all exhausted from being around him.

I wonder will they change their ways as they get old and adapt, as only the great managers can? Or will they have their 10 years in the limelight and then sort of just fuck it all off?
 
Unread 14-04-2019, 10:19 PM
AK14
 
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You can see why these modern day managers like Guardiola and Klopp stay in one place for about 4-5 years then leave. They are exhausting characters to be around, they must be. The histrionics on the touchlines, the rabid swivel eyed intensity. Is it any wonder by the end of Klopp's reign at Dortmund they were in freefall, they were probably all exhausted from being around him.

I wonder will they change their ways as they get old and adapt, as only the great managers can? Or will they have their 10 years in the limelight and then sort of just fuck it all off?
I could see Pep winning a few more trophies at city and then fucking off to some place like China or the Middle East?
 
Unread 14-04-2019, 10:19 PM
Coracao
 
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You can see why these modern day managers like Guardiola and Klopp stay in one place for about 4-5 years then leave. They are exhausting characters to be around, they must be. The histrionics on the touchlines, the rabid swivel eyed intensity. Is it any wonder by the end of Klopp's reign at Dortmund they were in freefall, they were probably all exhausted from being around him.

I wonder will they change their ways as they get old and adapt, as only the great managers can? Or will they have their 10 years in the limelight and then sort of just fuck it all off?
I thought for the first paragraph you were describing yourself on a standard match thread.

Carry on.
 
Unread 14-04-2019, 10:22 PM
Sparky***
 
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I thought for the first paragraph you were describing yourself on a standard match thread.

Carry on.
Thank you. I will.
 
Unread 14-04-2019, 10:29 PM
Whip Hubley
 
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You can see why these modern day managers like Guardiola and Klopp stay in one place for about 4-5 years then leave. They are exhausting characters to be around, they must be. The histrionics on the touchlines, the rabid swivel eyed intensity. Is it any wonder by the end of Klopp's reign at Dortmund they were in freefall, they were probably all exhausted from being around him.

I wonder will they change their ways as they get old and adapt, as only the great managers can? Or will they have their 10 years in the limelight and then sort of just fuck it all off?

don't forget guardiola already had a hiatus. the soft bastard.
 
Unread 14-04-2019, 10:54 PM
ZiggyStardust
 
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You can see why these modern day managers like Guardiola and Klopp stay in one place for about 4-5 years then leave. They are exhausting characters to be around, they must be. The histrionics on the touchlines, the rabid swivel eyed intensity. Is it any wonder by the end of Klopp's reign at Dortmund they were in freefall, they were probably all exhausted from being around him.

I wonder will they change their ways as they get old and adapt, as only the great managers can? Or will they have their 10 years in the limelight and then sort of just fuck it all off?
I certainly hope so
Canít take too many years of Pepís City winning virtually every game
Hopefully next season is his last
 
Unread 15-04-2019, 08:03 PM
saffers
 
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Can I request it be electric?
If I was starving and the choice was between anything you usually cooked for your squaddie mates in afghanistan or an electric fence the choice is easy pal....
 
Unread 15-04-2019, 08:34 PM
The Return of Tim
 
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I certainly hope so
Canít take too many years of Pepís City winning virtually every game
Hopefully next season is his last
He needs to stick around for as long as Klopp does otherwise we're looking at Liverpool walking the league every year.

We're too shit to stop it.

Thanks
 
Unread 15-04-2019, 08:40 PM
S/Side.Red
 
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You can see why these modern day managers like Guardiola and Klopp stay in one place for about 4-5 years then leave. They are exhausting characters to be around, they must be. The histrionics on the touchlines, the rabid swivel eyed intensity. Is it any wonder by the end of Klopp's reign at Dortmund they were in freefall, they were probably all exhausted from being around him.

I wonder will they change their ways as they get old and adapt, as only the great managers can? Or will they have their 10 years in the limelight and then sort of just fuck it all off?
Don't think it's the case with Klopp. He's 200 games in at Liverpool and they're only getting better.

Simeone has done 8 years at Atleti doing his madman act. I suspect they're a little more nuanced than they portray.
 
Unread 15-04-2019, 09:26 PM
Clownbones
 
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Don't think it's the case with Klopp. He's 200 games in at Liverpool and they're only getting better.

Simeone has done 8 years at Atleti doing his madman act. I suspect they're a little more nuanced than they portray.
Yep.

I wanted Klopp when Fergie left and nothing since has changed my mind
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