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View Poll Results: Who should replace Carlo Ancelotti as Milan coach if he leaves?
Marcello Lippi 38 39.18%
Marco Van Basten 12 12.37%
Frank Rijkaard 21 21.65%
Jose Mourinho 25 25.77%
Arsene Wenger 7 7.22%
Luciano Spalletti 10 10.31%
Fabio Capello 10 10.31%
Cesare Prandelli 10 10.31%
Guus Hiddink 8 8.25%
Roberto Donadoni 2 2.06%
Luiz Felipe Scolari 4 4.12%
Jurgen Klinsmann 6 6.19%
Felix Magath 1 1.03%
Other 5 5.15%
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Old 16-12-2006, 13:17   #261
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LOL, your description fits poor Ancelotti to a T. Arsenal players have yet to throw bottles, towels + insults @ Wenger, all broadcasted live on TV....
What do you mean? Where have you seen or read that?


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Old 16-12-2006, 16:25   #262
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@ Wild : I think we agree on every point now except that I felt Pirlo was brilliant (best midfielder by a mile) during the WC.
He was miles better than Pirlo in Milan thatís 4 sure.

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So, if Lippi isn't you're first choice, who is?
mmmmmmmmmmmm , Lippi do have the professionalism + history 2 his side.
Am sure he will save our season by clinching a CL place 4 next season which will decide our future 4 years 2 come.
But he isnít revolutionary thatís 4 sure + he is a bit boring.
Choosing between him + Ancelotti is easy.

My first choice would b Hidink.
Also getting Morinho , Wenger , Rayk , Vanbasten would b sweet.
Or maybe go crazy with coaches like Spalleti , Paul Loguen(did I write it right ?) or that Valencia coach who I donít know the name + read he is having problems with the management.


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Old 16-12-2006, 16:30   #263
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Old 16-12-2006, 16:50   #264
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Old 16-12-2006, 17:04   #265
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He was miles better than Pirlo in Milan thatís 4 sure.

mmmmmmmmmmmm , Lippi do have the professionalism + history 2 his side.
Am sure he will save our season by clinching a CL place 4 next season which will decide our future 4 years 2 come.
But he isnít revolutionary thatís 4 sure + he is a bit boring.
Choosing between him + Ancelotti is easy.

My first choice would b Hidink.
Also getting Morinho , Wenger , Rayk , Vanbasten would b sweet.
Or maybe go crazy with coaches like Spalleti , Paul Loguen(did I write it right ?) or that Valencia coach who I donít know the name + read he is having problems with the management.
Qique Flores??
He was a really good coach last season - made some good moves in the transfer market, and had a good solid finihs for valencia. I dont think hes at a level yet for a team like Milan where he would be expected to challenge for hte scudetto immediately. He may even be good enough to win the scudetto, but Not CL.
Well well find out when he rapes inter.


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Old 16-12-2006, 17:52   #266
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Qique Flores??
He was a really good coach last season - made some good moves in the transfer market, and had a good solid finihs for valencia. I dont think hes at a level yet for a team like Milan where he would be expected to challenge for hte scudetto immediately. He may even be good enough to win the scudetto, but Not CL.
Well well find out when he rapes inter.
Well VanBasten didnít do much but still ppl r ready 2 gamble on him.
So why not flores ? (thx 4 providing the name)
Valencia is playing entertaining football with him & obviously the guy know what player 2 get.
I say a revolution with a young coach.


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Old 18-12-2006, 04:22   #267
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What 'bout Scolari ?
What do you think of him ?
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Old 18-12-2006, 04:57   #268
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What 'bout Scolari ?
What do you think of him ?
We're not getting Scolari anytime soon.


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Old 18-12-2006, 05:33   #269
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I say a revolution with a young coach.
Dont agree with you here...


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Old 18-12-2006, 06:16   #270
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He was miles better than Pirlo in Milan thatís 4 sure.
And you're talking about ...

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mmmmmmmmmmmm , Lippi do have the professionalism + history 2 his side.
Am sure he will save our season by clinching a CL place 4 next season which will decide our future 4 years 2 come.
But he isnít revolutionary thatís 4 sure + he is a bit boring.
Choosing between him + Ancelotti is easy.

My first choice would b Hidink.
Also getting Morinho , Wenger , Rayk , Vanbasten would b sweet.
Or maybe go crazy with coaches like Spalleti , Paul Loguen
Including Flores, Spalleti and Paul, from the names you've listed, Lipppi stands out. Morinho's brilliant, but a tad laurel-resting + wouldn't flow with the Italian passion i.e. B + the fat guy with a high pitched note in an opera. If you thought Lippi was boring, then you've got something coming at ya!

Wenger + Van B do encourage youth development + a probable bright future. Thing is, neither have succeeded on the big stage + often tend to resort to finger-pointing as an excuse .... which would suite B. btw.

I like Rijkaard but his outburst towards a ref, who showed more leniency towards Barca, at the end of the Chelsea clash at Camp Nou, kind of brought his gentleman-ship to an all time low ... Something Ancelotti is a class act as ...

So, from your list, I'd say Wenger is a good choice since he has the capacity to build teams + he hasn't had a star list of players to work with. VB is good, but at the same time, a potential disaster considering his insistence on playing an overrated Sneijder (IMO) in his Dutch squad.

My choice is pretty clear ... a coach who is able to get the best out of the resources at his disposal Ö a coach who's got a positive (yet down-to-earth) attitude towards football ... a coach who knows how to give the players that ambition to succeed. Lippi's a class act, and we all know it.


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Old 18-12-2006, 06:45   #271
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I like Rijkaard but his outburst towards a ref, who showed more leniency towards Barca, at the end of the Chelsea clash at Camp Nou, kind of brought his gentleman-ship to an all time low ... Something Ancelotti is a class act as ...
Maybe the problem is that Carletto is too mellow.


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Old 18-12-2006, 06:48   #272
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Maybe the problem is that Carletto is too mellow.
Maybe true, but I hate sore loosers

So, you'd like Rijkaard to step in?


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Old 18-12-2006, 06:51   #273
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Maybe true, but I hate sore loosers

So, you'd like Rijkaard to step in?
I'll take anyone who can steer the S.S. Milan out of choppy waters. But the coach can only do so much; it's a two-way street between him and the players.


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Old 18-12-2006, 06:58   #274
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I'll take anyone who can steer the S.S. Milan out of choppy waters. But the coach can only do so much; it's a two-way street between him and the players.
Well said ... and that's why I think A.'s not as effective as before. The players aren't just responding to him anymore and that isn't his fault. I think Sacchi's class has the potential to create good teams ... a look at the roster and both A and R have succeeded on Europe's biggest stage ... that 89-90 team will be remembered!


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Old 18-12-2006, 14:37   #275
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And you're talking about ...
Pirlo with Italy is better than Pirlo in Milan.

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Including Flores, Spalleti and Paul, from the names you've listed...
Why not ?
Having Flores Ė Paul Ė Spalleti is more reliable than goin with Ancelotti who didnít win anything big b4 he join us.
I mean it will b great if we became more adventurous.

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Morinho's brilliant, but a tad laurel-resting + wouldn't flow with the Italian passion i.e. B + the fat guy with a high pitched note in an opera. If you thought Lippi was boring, then you've got something coming at ya!

Wenger + Van B do encourage youth development + a probable bright future. Thing is, neither have succeeded on the big stage + often tend to resort to finger-pointing as an excuse .... which would suite B. btw.

I like Rijkaard but his outburst towards a ref, who showed more leniency towards Barca, at the end of the Chelsea clash at Camp Nou, kind of brought his gentleman-ship to an all time low ... Something Ancelotti is a class act as ...

So, from your list, I'd say Wenger is a good choice since he has the capacity to build teams + he hasn't had a star list of players to work with. VB is good, but at the same time, a potential disaster considering his insistence on playing an overrated Sneijder (IMO) in his Dutch squad.
No1 is perfect & u can find a negative in any coach in the world.

I donít think Morinho is more boring than Ancelotti & 4 sure not more boring than Lippi.
Coz having a good + well organized team that prevent the opponent from having spaces shouldnít b considered as negative.
I donít recall Chelsea defending but most of the time I see their opponants defending.

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So, from your list, I'd say Wenger is a good choice since he has the capacity to build teams + he hasn't had a star list of players to work with. VB is good, but at the same time, a potential disaster considering his insistence on playing an overrated Sneijder (IMO) in his Dutch squad.

My choice is pretty clear ... a coach who is able to get the best out of the resources at his disposal Ö a coach who's got a positive (yet down-to-earth) attitude towards football ... a coach who knows how to give the players that ambition to succeed. Lippi's a class act, and we all know it.
I donít mind Lippi.
But my first choice is always Hiddink.


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Old 18-12-2006, 14:42   #276
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I'll take anyone who can steer the S.S. Milan out of choppy waters. But the coach can only do so much; it's a two-way street between him and the players.
I also recommend a coach who have the balls 2 say : G&B , its my job so shut the fuck up & donít interfere in it.
Either trust me or else am gone , BITCH. .


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Old 18-12-2006, 14:52   #277
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I also recommend a coach who have the balls 2 say : G&B , its my job so shut the fuck up & donít interfere in it.
Either trust me or else am gone , BITCH. .
that would be mourinho!


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Old 18-12-2006, 15:08   #278
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Having Flores Ė Paul Ė Spalleti is more reliable than goin with Ancelotti who didnít win anything big b4 he join us.
I mean it will b great if we became more adventurous.
True but I don't feel its what we need right now. A coach with experience will be much better at grasping the attention of the few quality players we have at the moment.

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Coz having a good + well organized team that prevent the opponent from having spaces shouldnít b considered as negative.
That's the perfect description of Lippi ... he's a mastermind.

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But my first choice is always Hiddink.
I think Abramovic bought his balls, and unless he gives them back, Hiddink remains illusive. But Hiddink's particularly good at working with an average team ... relative unknowns who work as a unit. Once given a quality side, if he can instill the same motivation, the sky's the limit. Hiddink's a good choice


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Old 18-12-2006, 15:57   #279
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True but I don't feel its what we need right now. A coach with experience will be much better at grasping the attention of the few quality players we have at the moment.



That's the perfect description of Lippi ... he's a mastermind.



I think Abramovic bought his balls, and unless he gives them back, Hiddink remains illusive. But Hiddink's particularly good at working with an average team ... relative unknowns who work as a unit. Once given a quality side, if he can instill the same motivation, the sky's the limit. Hiddink's a good choice
Agree with that...
but...
- Lippi is better...
- Morinho is the beast...
& 4 the beast sinario in the next season we have to bring on "Ryka" + " Rony"
& 4 the other's that i haven't mentionned it's my pťrsonale opinion (than i will not tolťre any insult 4 that... ) but i think really they are seriousely.. "oute of topic"
exepte : the one i really respťcte "wenger"


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I also recommend a coach who have the balls 2 say : G&B , its my job so shut the fuck up & donít interfere in it.
Either trust me or else am gone , BITCH. .
Another one who is copying my avantgardistic (LOL) OLD posts. I really gotta delete them all just so you lame asses are forced to get a little creative !!!


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