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Post by Sri Fri Nov 04, 2016 12:51 pm

McLewis wrote:I would agree with you if Ranieri had taken over say Arsenal or Liverpool or returned to Chelsea......but he went to Leicester. And won them a title on a shoestring budget with a bunch of nobodies prior to his arrival.

He's the best coach this year and it really isn't even close.
Context: LEI were battling for relegation with an almost similar squad pre-Raineri.

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Post by Lucifer Fri Nov 04, 2016 1:21 pm

It should be Zidane. No discussion here.

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Post by Sushi Master Fri Nov 04, 2016 1:29 pm

I agree Zidane had an awesome breakout year, but considering the resources, the league he's in and the team that won (who the frack predicted Leicester would win the league?!), Ranieri would have the vote from me.

If Zidane had also won La Liga, then it would be tight as shit to choose.... but the underdog in me would still slightly point to Ranieri.

He had one of those FM impossible league runs which are pretty much very improbable in real life. He did a great job.
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Post by CBarca Fri Nov 04, 2016 5:42 pm

Yeah it has to be Ranieri. There is no other choice.

One of the greatest underdog stories of all time. Its easy
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Post by McLewis Fri Nov 04, 2016 11:08 pm

Sri wrote:
McLewis wrote:I would agree with you if Ranieri had taken over say Arsenal or Liverpool or returned to Chelsea......but he went to Leicester. And won them a title on a shoestring budget with a bunch of nobodies prior to his arrival.

He's the best coach this year and it really isn't even close.
Context: LEI were battling for relegation with an almost similar squad pre-Raineri.


Just strengthens the case for him. He had it all to do and he got it done. I truly don't think there are many others who could've walked in that situation and walked out a title-winner.
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Post by breva Fri Nov 04, 2016 11:17 pm

Ranieri, the loser (according to Mou), is the winner.

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Post by Sri Sat Nov 05, 2016 7:02 am

McLewis wrote:
Sri wrote:
McLewis wrote:I would agree with you if Ranieri had taken over say Arsenal or Liverpool or returned to Chelsea......but he went to Leicester. And won them a title on a shoestring budget with a bunch of nobodies prior to his arrival.

He's the best coach this year and it really isn't even close.
Context: LEI were battling for relegation with an almost similar squad pre-Raineri.


Just strengthens the case for him. He had it all to do and he got it done. I truly don't think there are many others who could've walked in that situation and walked out a title-winner.
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Post by Doc Sat Nov 05, 2016 7:20 am

Pochettino, the man that gave up on probably Tottenham's best chance of European glory because he needed to field a full strength squad against Aston f-ing Villa in a title "challenge" that ended with them being 11 points behind. The manager that lead Tottenham from 5th to 3rd with a "massive" 6 point difference between the 2 seasons. His 2016 season also resulted in Tottenham not leading the EPL and barely doing anything of note in the UCL (currently 3rd).

Pochettino, like Klopp, is simply there just to make up numbers. His season is only stellar to Tottenham fans and I guess apologists whomever they are.
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