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    ^^He kind of reminds me of a poor man's Pep @Real Madrid, a $3 COACH WITH $300,000,000 talent, very overrated. Carlo in the words of the Don, YOU"RE FIRED!

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    It seems Willy Sagnol will be the new bayern's caretaker but I believe they appoint Thomas Tuchel as the new coach

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    Quote Originally Posted by Real Madrid View Post
    It seems Willy Sagnol will be the new bayern's caretaker but I believe they appoint Thomas Tuchel as the new coach
    That is what i heard also.

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    Won't be Tuchel. Whoever comes in will only be a caretaker. Bayern want Nagelsmann. Tuchel is too much of a character for them.

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    montella over at ac milan is considering hiring ancelotti as his assistant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahdi View Post
    Won't be Tuchel. Whoever comes in will only be a caretaker. Bayern want Nagelsmann. Tuchel is too much of a character for them.
    I too prefer Naglesmann and that is the concensus on a Bayern Munchen forum I am a part of(bayern zone) and facebook. To just be fair part of the blame should go to Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. It is not 100% Carlo's fault, injuries killed our chances but just too many L's and PSG was the last straw. It was a bit of a surprise they acted this quickly but better now than later. Here is a good article about the topic. http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/bund...ich/ar-AAsCCkj
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    Quote Originally Posted by saeed agha View Post
    Good game by the team. Hope this is a start of our comeback this season.
    Bale walked off and didnít seem hurting so I hope itís not something serious.
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