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Who will manage England?
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PostSubject: Who will replace McClaren?   Fri Nov 23, 2007 9:25 am

who do you want to be the next England manager? and why?
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PostSubject: Re: Who will replace McClaren?   Fri Nov 23, 2007 9:26 am

i say its a tie between klinsmann and capello

the german has already managed his national side... nothing special though..

but capello seems to be more enthusiastic about the job.. maybe he has something up his sleeve.
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PostSubject: Re: Who will replace McClaren?   Tue Nov 27, 2007 6:08 pm

Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has reportedly expressed an interest in becoming the new England manager.



Mourinho, who left Chelsea in September, said he would be prepared to talk to the Football Association.
"You will have to speak to the FA to see if they are interested in offering me the job," he told The Sun newspaper.
"I cannot say what I think until they say they are
interested. Tell the FA to come and get me. We will have to wait and
see, but I rule nothing out."

Mourinho would be a popular choice to replace Steve
McClaren at the helm with England because of his hugely impressive
record with Chelsea and Porto.
He won two Portuguese championships, the Uefa Cup and
the Champions League with Porto, before leaving to win two Premier
League titles, two League Cups and the FA Cup with the Blues.
The 44-year-old had been tipped to stay in club
management in Europe, having previously suggested that he would only be
interested in coaching his native Portugal at international level.

FA chief executive Brian Barwick has said that
nationality "would not be an issue" when it came to appointing the next
England coach.
England, who have dropped down to the second pot of
seeds in qualification for the major tournaments, avoided Portugal in
Sunday's draw for the World Cup. Barwick will lead the FA's search for a new coach after they missed out on a place at Euro 2008, alongside the organisation's development director Sir Trevor Brooking.
The FA has already had to listen to several potential candidates rule themselves out of contention for the position with Aston Villa's Martin O'Neill, West Ham's Alan Curbishley and Newcastle's Sam Allardyce all distancing themselves from speculation.
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PostSubject: Re: Who will replace McClaren?   Tue Nov 27, 2007 6:10 pm

ok .. that was a surprising!

i always thought he'd only manage Portugal in the national level..
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PostSubject: Re: Who will replace McClaren?   Mon Dec 10, 2007 9:19 am

The consensus over the weekend appeared to be that José Mourinho had
distanced himself from the vacant England manager's job - but the FA
has stated their refusal to give up the chase.
The Portuguese media star is said to be one of four names - all
foreign - that the FA is still considering in the hunt to find Steve
McClaren's successor.
Formal Talks
And despite the reports that Mourinho is not that keen on
international management, the FA would like to hold formal discussions
with him to establish once and for all what his position is.
Preliminary talks with the former Chelsea boss' agent, Jorge Mendes, are said to have already taken place.
Competing With Club Giants
A bumper £6m a year, four-year deal is allegedly on the table, but
concerns remain after it emerged that a top European club side -
thought to be either Real Madrid or AC Milan - have also made an
approach.
FA Plays It Cool And Cautious
Refusing to name names, the FA's communications director Adrian
Bevington said on Sunday that "nobody is ruled out." Understandably,
the association is worried that publically voicing too much support for
Mourinho may deter other desired candidates from considering the
position - and thereby leaving England in the lurch if Mourinho turns
them down.
Lippi Lies In Waiting
Meanwhile, the Mirror are claiming that Mourinho has definitely
ruled himself out of the job, regardless of what the FA may think.
Jürgen Klinsmann and Martin O'Neill remain in the frame, but the two
Italians - Capello and Lippi - are the clear frontrunners.
A close friend of Marcello Lippi said: "He is interested in the job
and interested in talking to the FA. There's been no contact but if
they want him, they know where he is. He is only interested in them
going to him direct. He does not have an agent so the only contact
made would be direct to him.
He believes England has the players and potential to get to the
World Cup and do well when they get there." The 59-year-old Italian
won the World Cup as manager of his country in 2006, while as a boss at
club level he's scooped five Scudetti and led Juventus to the European
cup.
Capello Still Keen
Fabio Capello also remains interested. The choice of former England
coach Glenn Hoddle, The Sun claim Capello, last employed at Real
Madrid, would cost the FA £2m a year less than José Mourinho.
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PostSubject: Re: Who will replace McClaren?   Mon Dec 10, 2007 9:33 am

McClaren will be changed with Haylie Duff or Capello Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Who will replace McClaren?   Mon Dec 10, 2007 4:40 pm

ok... mourinho is out of the race...


dare I say " CIAO ENGLAND PLAYERS, YOU EMBARASSED YOUR NATION AGAINST CROATIA " ?

WELCOME CAPELLO.
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