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petey_g
24-12-2010, 17:01
England.. apparently. Capello took England to the Euro Championship final in 2012 to a 1-0 loss to spain. And then they appoint Benitez. Oh dear...

pelicanstuff
24-12-2010, 18:22
Speaking of this, it would be nice to have news items asking questions like this when managers get sacked or resign.

ArsenalFan7
24-12-2010, 18:30
He left Inter in 2012 on mine for Liverpool, he then left for Deportivo in 2014, he then left Deportivo 8 months later in November for Man City where he has been for around 3 years challenging me for the league and ultimately failing, he's usually runner up for a lot of competitions

Stemlfc65
24-12-2010, 19:00
Subscribe to the nation, say Italy for example and tick 'jobs' in the box under manage subscriptions. You will be notified of any jobs that become available and who resigns/gets sacked in your news box.

pelicanstuff
24-12-2010, 19:04
Subscribe to the nation, say Italy for example and tick 'jobs' in the box under manage subscriptions. You will be notified of any jobs that become available and who resigns/gets sacked in your news box.

I'm well aware of that. Those are not the kind of news items I'm suggesting. I meant news items such as "Where next for Benitez?" with a load of speculation on what he might do, what clubs might get rid of their current manager if they can secure him, etc, etc, just like real life!

Fabio MVP
24-12-2010, 19:05
Where next?

Retirement of course.

Stemlfc65
24-12-2010, 19:34
I'm well aware of that. Those are not the kind of news items I'm suggesting. I meant news items such as "Where next for Benitez?" with a load of speculation on what he might do, what clubs might get rid of their current manager if they can secure him, etc, etc, just like real life!

Ah I see, apologies.

I agree that there should be more speculation in the game. I'm never linked with any jobs, when in real life most managers are linked with posts available or not.

crouchaldinho
24-12-2010, 23:53
A much misunderstood but actually very good manager.

heathxxx
25-12-2010, 00:25
A much misunderstood but actually very good manager.

I don't get the punchline to that one crouchy... ;)

Chalky1989
25-12-2010, 00:35
On mine he was sacked by inter in the third season, then took the vacant Real Madrid job at the start of the 5th season. After I declined it to stay with Liverpool.