Originally Posted by Lebowsky
Yes, I like it. He's one of the top managers, and he's proved it in different places. Definitely one of the best available, if not the best. Now what worries me is the same old story: our retarded management prioritizing image and short term success over building a sound project leading to sustainability and long term success. I really hope they let him do his job, a coaching position for Real Madrid has been kind of an electric chair for the past few years.
Not at all, at least not yet. He's Florentino's platonic love and I'm sure he'd love to have him coach the team in the future, but he's neither qualified nor experienced enough as of now. I read yesterday he doesn't even have the pro coach title, he's got like a couple of modules left. I don't want him anywhere near the coach job until he gets some relevant experience with good results.
sounds like mourinho to me. and every coach you had before.
you just wont buy the CL trophy, you will have to earn it... look at all the winners before, they had the same core for years, madrid changes it every two years...