Managerial Appointments - 2018/2019 Season

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  1. May 30, 2018
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    RedPed Full Member

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    Some 'big' names currently wandering in the managerial wilderness: Arsene Wenger, Maurizio Sarri, Louis van Gaal, Claudio Ranieri, Sam Allardyce, David Moyes, Alan Pardew, Chris Coleman, Paul Clement, Paul Lambert etc.

    Wonder where they'll all end up this coming season, if at all?

    Manuel Pellegrini has joined West Ham, Steve McLaren's ended up at QPR and Slippy G at Rangers. Paul Lambert is also being linked with St.Mirren, Frank Lampard linked with Derby, Marco Silva linked with Everton and Claudio Ranieri with Leeds United.

    There'll still be a lot more movement over the next few months, I'm sure.

    It's great to see that Darren Moore has been given a chance at WBA. At least some new names are phasing out the old guard.
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    Ramshock CAF Pilib De Brún Translator

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    Surely Sarri will be Chelsea bound
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    Not guaranteed. They're not prepared to pay Conte off apparently so may have to wait a year.
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    I thought Conte was taking the Italy job again
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    duffer Sensible and not a complete jerk like most oppo's Scout

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    Italy appointed Mancini a few weeks ago.
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    Darren Moore will be sacked after about two months and no wins.

    Always happens to caretaker managers when they get given the job full time the next season.
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    Mastadon New Member

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    Would love to see Wenger take over a club with an unlimited budget. He’s always been handicapped by finances vs other clubs in the league. 2 years at a club like Madrid or PSG to give the old man a real chance at the CL.
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    forgot all about that
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    Acole9 Outstanding

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    He's been the Reading manager for a few months now. Great coach but I think he's a bit of a fraud as a manager. Done absolutely nothing to warrant the hype he's had. Derby had the highest budget in the Championship and he couldn't get them promoted. Swansea criticised for playing boring football and now at a club who struggled to stay in the Championship this season.
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    I reckon Wenger will be France manager after Deschamp gets sacked after France get knocked out in the QFs in very disappointing fashion.

    Sarri will go to Chelsea although it's a bit weird how everyone is talking about it being a done deal while Conte is still in place.

    Big Sam will end up at a club sh*ting itself about getting relegate i'd go for Cardiff I think.

    It'll be a long time before we see Pardew I think the West Brom job has really shot his reputation to bits

    Darren Moore will end up being a bald fraud
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    Yeah, I forgot he was at Reading. Doing a shit job there too and only just managed to keep them up by the skin of his teeth! How him and Lambert keep walking straight back into work is a travesty.
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    Some other high profile managers that may soon be resigned to working the media punditry circuit this season:

    Luis Enrique
    Laurent Blanc
    Mauricio Pellegrino
    Slaven Bilic
    Frank De Boer
    Mick McCarthy

    Didn't realise there's so many out of work managers out there?
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    I bet Arsenal are kicking themselves. Zidane would have been a perfect fit for them and Wenger could have finally realised his CL dream at Madrid.

    Perhaps Sarri will go to Madrid now if Chelsea don't give Conte the boot?

    Then again, perhaps Chelsea might feel that Zidane is too good an opportunity to pass up and go all in for him?
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    Sarri to Chelsea will happen I think, just a matter of when.