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Manchester City

Will Man City challenge for the 2010-11 Premier League title?


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Dragonfly

Waiting....
Would it be worth sacking him now and bringing someone new in, in order to give the new manager a good look at some of squad in competitive games? Or, is that too much/early of an admission of defeat?
 

JohnSound

Registered User
Brilliant Rebelinho!

Despite the ex Barca links upstairs at Man City I don't see Guardiola going there. How long do we expect Van Gaal to stay at United before retirement? Reason I ask is I could see Guardiola staying at Bayern whilst Van Gaal builds Man Utd back up, leaving an easy job for Guardiola to step into. That may be a bit harsh on Guardiola, but I just don't see him going in to a difficult job, which is what City would be next season.

Benitez, maybe. Does he still have a house in the North West?

My tip though, Ancelotti.
 

Original?

istrator
Brilliant Rebelinho!

Despite the ex Barca links upstairs at Man City I don't see Guardiola going there. How long do we expect Van Gaal to stay at United before retirement? Reason I ask is I could see Guardiola staying at Bayern whilst Van Gaal builds Man Utd back up, leaving an easy job for Guardiola to step into. That may be a bit harsh on Guardiola, but I just don't see him going in to a difficult job, which is what City would be next season.

Benitez, maybe. Does he still have a house in the North West?

My tip though, Ancelotti.
I agree with you on all points. Ancelotti would be my first choice to replace Pellegrino, so maybe I'm trying to convince myself. That said, I don't think it's so much Pellegrini as the players. Has he been perfect? No, many players have been worse. Our collapse under Mancini was because the manager was too volatile, now it's because Pellegrini is too calm and doesn't get the players playing for him.

Perhaps, it's the consistent factor in both post-title collapses, our core first team and one dimensional style. The manager cannot be blamed for the latter, our squad dictates we can only play one way and it's not our manager that builds the squad.
 

ArtisanWenger

Registered User
Enjoy good old rafa vs jose?Remember he never had proper money to work with since Valencia,he might get you unexpected results rather than his usual league failures.(He does seem to be on the decline from liverpools last season up to until now unless he wins the europa league this season)
 

rebelinho

Moderator
Brilliant Rebelinho!

Despite the ex Barca links upstairs at Man City I don't see Guardiola going there. How long do we expect Van Gaal to stay at United before retirement? Reason I ask is I could see Guardiola staying at Bayern whilst Van Gaal builds Man Utd back up, leaving an easy job for Guardiola to step into. That may be a bit harsh on Guardiola, but I just don't see him going in to a difficult job, which is what City would be next season.

Benitez, maybe. Does he still have a house in the North West?

My tip though, Ancelotti.
Not my photo, I'm afraid.

Indeed Guardiola seems to only accept jobs that suit is calm yet authoritary style, and tbh I think he's slightly scared of EPL. And Mourinho.

Benítez and Carlo are on my bets as well, RM don't seem to win anything this season; and after this home draw the balance is hanging for Atletico in UCL.

Well rather them than us.
Don't be afraid, the 4th place will always be there for you.
 

rebelinho

Moderator
I think they have a relationship like Messi and Ronaldo, or Hunt and Lauda. One cannot live without the other, and yet they cannot live apart. They push each other forward, their presence is the incentive to always be the best. So consider it a respectful, competitive ad healthy fear.
 

ArtisanWenger

Registered User
On a sabbatical,his own success was too much to handle for him thats why he took one so he keeps the same standard and reaches higher,the tea he left behind the very next season won the la liga while mourinho crumbled along with the real dressing room and achieved a trophyless season with the costliest assembled squad at that time.

Back On Topic:

Its looking very good for man city as they seem to be the only eligible candidates for Jurgen Klopp who will give a right kick up the ass of the players and will have them spewing electricity and craping thunder,the eccentric man will be a great addition to the premiership and will push everyone around him.
 

Cannon ball

Registered User
Disgusted by how we capitulated on Sunday. I want Pellegrini out. Now. We're on the road to nowhere, and are in serious danger of dropping out the Champions League all together. Vieira as interim for the rest of the season, and Klopp to take over permanently.
 

Lörd TH

Registered User
Disgusted by how we capitulated on Sunday. I want Pellegrini out. Now. We're on the road to nowhere, and are in serious danger of dropping out the Champions League all together. Vieira as interim for the rest of the season, and Klopp to take over permanently.
Vieira is leaving at the end of this season isn't he? heard his contract was up.
 

Joel

Administrator
Staff member
Hopefully City do get Klopp. Great personality, buy a lot of questions surrounds just how good he really is.

On a sabbatical,his own success was too much to handle for him thats why he took one so he keeps the same standard and reaches higher,the tea he left behind the very next season won the la liga while mourinho crumbled along with the real dressing room and achieved a trophyless season with the costliest assembled squad at that time.
No. He already said that he left because he felt he couldn't motivate the team anymore. Basically, because in the space of 2 days, his season came crashing under him with losses to Mourinho/Madrid and Chelsea. He didn't like all the mind games Mourinho played and he certainly didn't like losing to him. So he high tailed it out of there and moved to a one team league where he could coach peacefully.
 

ArtisanWenger

Registered User
Hmmm,he will be diplomatic when leaving the club obviously,like klopp said i am not the best man to lead the club anymore,anyways the champions league is not a one tournament league and he can be assessed on his mettle there and he will disprove you,for in my opinion he will win the champions league this season despite all the injuries and being 2 goals down to porto.
 

rebelinho

Moderator
Kinda expected. He may be coming from another english side but the reality up there is largely different for sure. I just hope he stats delivering them goals fast.
 
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