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Thread: International Managerial comings/goings

  1. #81

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    does anyone actually take Redknapp seriously as a human being?

  2. #82

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boris
    Quote Originally Posted by Hams
    Quote Originally Posted by Boris
    I'm surprised no one here has mentioned the fact Harry Redknapp is interim coach of Jordan
    Are you worried that they might beat Australia in the up coming World Cup qualifiers?!
    I'd only be concerned about playing them away. They will be no issue at home. Are you concerned about a possible upset when Australia take on England in May?
    I remember that you lot beat us in a friendly at Upton Park a few years back but I don't think you have the same quality
    players that you had back then and as far as i know Tim Cahil is still your main goal threat and he is almost a pensioner so
    i'm not worried when we play you in May which will not be at Wembley but either at Old Trafford or the Stadium of Light.

    To keep on topic who is Australia's manager now and is he doing a good job? Will the Aussies qualify for the WC in 2018?

  3. #83

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    Spain's national team coach Vicente Del Bosque has resigned after 8 years in the job where he won 2010 world cup and Euro 2012 but then had disappointing 2014 WC and Euro 2016.

  4. #84

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    Belgian coach Marc Wilmots was fired by the FA following the Red Devils 3-1 defeat by Wales at Euro 2016.

  5. #85

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    Argentina have named Edgardo Bauza as their new head coach.
    He had been in charge of Sao Paolo in Brazil for the last 8 months.

    The new coach will of course have to manage now without Lionel Messi plus several others who have retired from international football.

  6. #86

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    Robert Martinez takes over at Belgium and i think it's a positive move for the team. I think Martinez will get more out of that squad than that plank Wilmots ever did that's for sure.

  7. #87

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    overhyped fraud managing an overhyped fraud of a team.

    fitting.

  8. #88
    The USA have fired Jurgen Klinsmann following
    the defeat by Costa Rica
    in the WC qualifier which puts the Americans in
    danger of not making it to Russia 2018.
    Bruce Arena is expected to take over.

  9. #89
    Argentina who have been having a terrible Russia 2018 WC
    qualifying campaign have fired their manager Edgardo Bauza
    after only 8 months in charge of the South American under achievers.

  10. #90
    Dick Advocaat will take charge of Holland
    for a 3rd time with Ruud Gullit as his No 2.

    Its unlikely that the Dutch will qualify for Russia 2018.

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