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Old 11-02-2006, 23:58   #62
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Originally Posted by YUGOSLAV
Oh, Crappattoni u mean ?
2 words: ' Hell no '
Not even a considiration!
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Originally Posted by newyorker
Fantastic!!! So now Del Nerri and Trappattoni are your choices!! Fine with me...In your zealous crusade to get rid off Carlo you are trying to get just about anyone who is availible or seems to be.
Ur both talking about Trappatoni like he is a looser.
The guy won titles in his career more than years in ur lifes.
I would gladly trust Milan in his hands.


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Originally Posted by newyorker
Fantastic!!! So now Del Nerri and Trappattoni are your choices!! Fine with me...In your zealous crusade to get rid off Carlo you are trying to get just about anyone who is availible or seems to be.

For the most sound choices: MVB didn't prove anything yet, just to give him reighs of one of the most recognizable teams in the world would be unreal, and even downright unfair to him.
Rijkard is ride to success was on the dead bodies of two main rivals: Real and Valencia. I won't take it from him but having Ronaldinho and Eto'o in their current form certainly helps, Milan can't show the same caliber players at the moment.

If we consider every possible choices to replace Carlo, Wenger is a better choice, but to get him goes to the same level of difficultie as to get FR.

Paul Le Guen did an excellent job in Lyon, created very impressive team - but his success was mainly domestic, which means no Europian experience. And this is not good, since Milan always targets CL title.

Donadoni - I have to tell I don't know nothing about his coaching career, but evidently he was very astute student of Sacchi school, because he was able to teach his defence to actually defend and as a result much better position then Treviso and Ascoli counterparts. But lack of experience in the top flight (places were teams like Milan live) may create the block that may impede his and team's progress.
DellNery ?
I donít know if he will make it or not in Milan.
But I know we wont go anywhere with COWARD.
So I prefer having 20% chance of success with Del than having 100% chance of crap with COWARD.
Simple math my friend.

Well sometime with coaches u need 2 take a gamble on young coaches.
Same as with players.
MVB has made on the international level & thatís is more difficult than doing it with a club.
I would also try Paul or Frank.

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Originally Posted by newyorker
What I am trying to say is that by simply sending Carlo away Milan's problem wouldn't be so easily solved.
The problem is much deeper, which implies that with current personel nobody going to win anything.
I disagree with u.
Managers have more effects on teams than players.
A great manager can give u tittles with a mediocre squad while its rarely true when itís the opposite way.

Changing the manager in Milan wont solve the hole problem.
We have a problem with players + with management.
But it will solve the biggest part of our problem.


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