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    Default Just lost job to extraordinary circumstances

    Well here is the circumstances.
    1) I had just won league and champions league with Barcelona
    2) contract was coming up, i was considering options
    3) United and Bayern job open up(I apply for both)
    4) Spain job opens up(I apply)
    5) Barca off now contract(I delay, along with bayern while i wait for united offer)
    6) Spain approach, I accept
    7) Bayern and Barca withdraw their offers
    8) My contract at barca runs out, I am left with no job.

    Now what?

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    Hahahahaha

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    I got better.what number was i on..
    9) I re apply at barca
    10) United approach(i delay to wait on barca outcome)
    11) Mancini goes to barca
    12) City Want me
    13) United approach again (I delay again)
    14) City approach(I get a job )

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    If you were waiting for Man U's offer, why didn't you take it when they approached? Really considering going back to Barca? Also, aren't you Spain boss now? Do you mean you were left w/o a club job?

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    yes i am now manager of spain, so meant club job.
    But when united approached i was waiting upon barca to appoint someone, as i didn't want to leave. But then when City came, i couldn't resist a 1 year contract as they have won prem 2 seasons in a row, and were only beaten last year in final of champions league by my barca side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ljwjones View Post
    yes i am now manager of spain, so meant club job.
    But when united approached i was waiting upon barca to appoint someone, as i didn't want to leave. But then when City came, i couldn't resist a 1 year contract as they have won prem 2 seasons in a row, and were only beaten last year in final of champions league by my barca side.
    wheres the challenge in managing a team that has won the prem league 2 seasons in a row and all that dirty cash

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    Im not sure its unrealistic, you can get nearly 60m from winning the champions league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackripper View Post
    wheres the challenge in managing a team that has won the prem league 2 seasons in a row and all that dirty cash
    all that "dirty money" your on about isn't going to be used. I am a firm believer in "spend what you make" so any transfers will be sold by the sale of other players. Best way to make a profit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackripper View Post
    wheres the challenge in managing a team that has won the prem league 2 seasons in a row and all that dirty cash
    Dirty cash? That's a bit racist tbh.

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    Really? I read it to mean cash thrown in by an investor rather than cash they made themselves as opposed to cash thrown in by someone of different ethnicity.

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    Oh, I see I thought he meant foreign money in the English game. My bad.

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