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Old 09-10-2009, 19:23   #21
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in my opinion, mazzari is the best choice or gasperini.
spalletti 3th option.
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Old 09-10-2009, 19:49   #22
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Yeah well spaletti is the only one ''available''. Gasperini wont go anywhere for a long time and mazzari just took over napoli
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Old 09-10-2009, 20:00   #23
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yeah.. and this is sad.
But good for Leo, he deserves a chance with a squad in more conditions.
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Old 10-10-2009, 00:39   #24
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Guus Hiddink or Frank Rijkaard would be great solutions. I don't like Spalleti a lot because he always chose the same players like Taddei & Perrotta even when they sucked big time. I want a coach who dares to play attacking football and prefers to give youth a chance. Spalletti doesn't fit that profile for me.
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Old 10-10-2009, 00:39   #25
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yeah.. and this is sad.
But good for Leo, he deserves a chance with a squad in more conditions.
He certainly does.
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Old 10-10-2009, 06:06   #26
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I want a coach who dares to play attacking football and prefers to give youth a chance. Spalletti doesn't fit that profile for me.
Never gonna happen in Serie A. We all know that their main flaw was always rock solid defense. Moanin'hoe tried 4-3-3 and failed.

Like the idea of Hiddink, and unlike Spaletti, could be appointed in January if Leo gets fired.
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Old 10-10-2009, 12:15   #27
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Yeah, but don't forget he is preparing Russia for the World Cup and there are rumours after the WC he will be appointed as the technical manager of Chelsea.. He has a great bond (bag of moneeeeey) with Abramovich
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Old 14-10-2009, 08:02   #28
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Little excerpt from an article on Goal.com about who should be the next Italian NT coach...

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Firstly, lets consider the coaches who are currently in-between jobs. The name that springs to mind immediately is former Roma coach Luciano Spalletti. The 50-year-old has the experience and perhaps more importantly, he would bring with him a bold and very progressive tactical approach. Spalletti is actually much more of a pragmatist than he is ever given credit for but he does have a history of employing a fluid and highly adventurous attacking system that would surely inspire the new generation of Italian talent that will be trying to stamp their mark on the team. Furthermore, Spalletti has been adored and respected wherever he has been and is an unflappable and dignified performer in front of the camera and the microphone. One drawback could be the recent rumours that the 50-year-old former Empoli midfielder has already agreed to take over at Milan next summer.


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Old 14-10-2009, 09:06   #29
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Little excerpt from an article on Goal.com about who should be the next Italian NT coach...
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Firstly, lets consider the coaches who are currently in-between jobs. The name that springs to mind immediately is former Roma coach Luciano Spalletti. The 50-year-old has the experience and perhaps more importantly, he would bring with him a bold and very progressive tactical approach. Spalletti is actually much more of a pragmatist than he is ever given credit for but he does have a history of employing a fluid and highly adventurous attacking system that would surely inspire the new generation of Italian talent that will be trying to stamp their mark on the team. Furthermore, Spalletti has been adored and respected wherever he has been and is an unflappable and dignified performer in front of the camera and the microphone. One drawback could be the recent rumours that the 50-year-old former Empoli midfielder has already agreed to take over at Milan next summer.
so many +++ regarding Luciano Spaletti, if this what Italy NT and Milan management are looking for, I sure hope it paid off. Personally i,m half sold with this GOAL.com rumour.
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Old 14-10-2009, 09:42   #30
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As much as I adore Spalletti and have wanted him to coach Milan there is nothing he could do more with this crop of players than Leonardo can. Even if we have intentions of signing him next season it would be pointless as the system he plays requires players of different characteristics, and we are all aware of our recent transfer policies...


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Old 14-10-2009, 10:03   #31
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i would not worried that much, with usually a new coach come a new player. Looking at his Roma, he could bring Perotta or maybe somebody like Krasic for that bit injection of pace.
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Old 14-10-2009, 10:34   #32
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i would not worried that much, with usually a new coach come a new player. Looking at his Roma, he could bring Perotta or maybe somebody like Krasic for that bit injection of pace.
WHAT THE FUCKING HELL MATE???

did you say perotta?


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Old 14-10-2009, 10:46   #33
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Just messing with the youth department in here, Ha
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Yet again, Spalletti seems favourite for the Milan job.

http://football-italia.net/49117/gal...tact-spalletti

He was my first choice when Ancelotti left, and I think I still favour him significantly if we are changing coaches in the Summer. I'd certainly go with Spalletti than with Inzaghi (can't burn yet another young coach) or Donadoni (Spalletti is a better tactician). Montella perhaps would be an equally good choice.

Spalletti's Roma used to play excellent football with an innovative tactic (in a 4-6-0 formation, as everyone called it back then) and probably overachieved with respect to the quality of their squad. He likes technical players a lot - Pizarro thrived in that team - and one can expect at most 1 DM in his formation.

Michael Cox had rated them #5 in his list of the teams of last decade - http://www.zonalmarking.net/2010/03/...e-5-roma-2007/


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Old 13-05-2014, 14:32   #35
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Yes ples.
I agree with Necro, and it's also worth mentioning that Spalletti isn't a yes man - he already rejected us in 2008 when B&B wanted him to replace Carlo.
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Old 13-05-2014, 14:47   #36
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He should use congos scalp oil.
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Old 13-05-2014, 16:25   #37
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his stint in roma proves that he can work in a team with modest squad

that's why g loves him and he's free


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Old 13-05-2014, 17:07   #38
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his stint in roma proves that he can work in a team with modest squad

that's why g loves him and he's free
I don't think he's free, I heard there is some kind of clause that needs to be payed if someone wants to hire him before the end of his zenit contract
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Old 13-05-2014, 17:25   #39
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in my opinion, mazzari is the best choice or gasperini.
spalletti 3th option.
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Old 13-05-2014, 19:26   #40
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Spalletti would be a good choice. He's basically a more experienced version of Montella.

Not only was his Roma side playing beautiful football, but he was doing it on a budget that was the equivalent to the price of a couple coconuts and maybe a bag of rice. And on top of that they were selling his best players every summer and replacing them with garbage like Ahmed Barusso and Julio Baptista.

Galliani will need to bring in a couple of players for him though. He likes to load up the midfield with technical players rather than DMs. So he has no use for guys like Muntari. Montolivo and maybe even Poli would probably do really well under him though.

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