RedQueen wrote:Media winter hole. First it happened in the tunnel, then it happened in an office, first it was in English, then they were shouting in Spanish, the reporter doesn't know whether it was Sammer and Guardiola, he just "believes" it was, he can't give any details as he hasn't understood a thing (no wonder seeing he doesn't even know whether it was English or Spanish - and since when does Sammer speak Spanish anyway?)...
Guardiola says he has no idea what they are talking about. Hörwick says Sammer and Guardiola haven't spoken to each other at all.
ramsej84 wrote:If he decides to leave... The year when we got to know that the coach was leaving; we won the treble...
JANCKER wrote:ramsej84 wrote:If he decides to leave... The year when we got to know that the coach was leaving; we won the treble...
But we must know who will take charge from now... to be considered the same. I get it why that isn't going to happen this time. So the best thing is Pep to extend... it would be in his damage cause he's not planning to stay but I don't care, it's always Bayern first.
Atlantafc wrote:Why do you say that? One of the few coaches I wouldn't mind after pep is favre
prasun77 wrote:only one to replace pep will be..umm..no i can find no one to replace pep currently(except jupp that is)
simeone..plays bad quality of football(ok,maybe because its atletico he will manage bayern differently but still i don't know if he will be successful..)
mourinho..nah,i don't want bayern to park the bus..and blame ballboys for defeat..
tuchel & favre..David moyes 2.0 anyone?
maybe rudi garcia..but he still needs to prove himself..
conte..won't come to bayern..
Atlantafc wrote:It is incredibly hard to stay on the same level or a step ahead of pep. I know a lot of people dislike him, but I am a huge fan of Mourinho. All though I do not think he will be leaving Chelsea.
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