Predict the first manager to get a red card...

Klopper76

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...and the circumstances that lead up to it.

Thought this might be fun considering it's a first for the Premier League. Guardiola is already on a yellow card. If this had been brought in a couple of years ago then Klopp would've been screwed. I think he's mellowed a bit since then.

I can imagine Wenger, Mourinho & SAF would've had a few cards in their time.

Pardew would spend most of his time in the stands.
 

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Pep's yellow card occurred in a pre season friendly and doesn't officially count. I think he'll be the first to see red however.
 

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Is this not just "Go and sit in the stands but still be able to manage remotely, so it doesn't really matter anyway"
 

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Pep or Klopp
 

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Pep, hes got the coveted first yellow already. But the attention whore that he is wont be happy until hes the first to get the red. Although, it will be with a * next to it.

*Also the first to unfairly be punished for showing passion.
 

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So what happens if they get yellow or red card? Suspended for the next game?
 

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...and the circumstances that lead up to it.

Thought this might be fun considering it's a first for the Premier League. Guardiola is already on a yellow card. If this had been brought in a couple of years ago then Klopp would've been screwed. I think he's mellowed a bit since then.

I can imagine Wenger, Mourinho & SAF would've had a few cards in their time.

Pardew would spend most of his time in the stands.

If this was in a couple of years ago Klopp still would have gotten away with it - because, ya know, passion.
 

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As if Klopp is going to get punished. :lol: The guy could literally beat an opposing manager to death on the touchline and the FA would still issue a statement praising his “passion”.
 

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Klopp will get away with it thanks to charisma.

Guardiola won't
 

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As if Klopp is going to get punished. :lol: The guy could literally beat an opposing manager to death on the touchline and the FA would still issue a statement praising his “passion”.
This.

Nuno.
 

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Pep or maybe Nuno. Can really see him losing his sh*t if a VAR decision goes against Wolves :lol:
 

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Sean Dyche

Klopp will get away with it. Will be classed as passion. He’ll get less red cards than Ole.
 

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Not Klopp :lol: He gets lots of leeway from the referees, but Guardiola as well most of the times.

It's gonna be a British manager from some midtable team who think he got robbed by VAR.
 

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Definitely not Klopp.

The United manager would usually be the safest bet, but I don't think Ole will give the referees enough opportunity to pounce.

Pep is a good shout, but given he'll be in safe control of most of the games this season then I don't think it'll be him. Next time he plays Liverpool though I'd have money on him not seeing out the game on the sidelines.

I'll go for Dyche, he's always got plenty to say for himself.
 

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Pep and Klopp will forever be safe, the refs love their "passion". They could get away with throwing a bottle in the refs face and everyone would love them for it.

I'll go for Dean Smith or Sean Dyche
 

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Klopp for using his shiny white teeth as a weapon to blind the opposition players.

A cheap but effective move.