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New Orleans
Member since Dec 2003
3479 posts

re: Tito Villanova expected to step down?

I think I'm pulling for de Boer. I think he'd be perfect for Barca.

joey barton
Member since Feb 2011
10226 posts

re: Tito Villanova expected to step down?
See if Messi can do it on a cold night in Barcelona

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Dandy Lion
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Regnum Asturorum
Member since Feb 2010
36028 posts

re: Tito Villanova expected to step down?
It just may be Luis Enrique. Depends upon what type of contract he signed with Celta.

New Orleans
Member since Jan 2013
410 posts

re: Tito Villanova expected to step down?
Favorites for the Barce job are two Argentines.. one Gerardo "El Tato" Martinez, he guided Paraguay to a Copa America final in 2011 and also guided them to the 2010 World Cup Quarters iirc.. He is currently the coach of Newells Old Boys in Argentina, which is Messi's old club when he was a boy, he actually lead Newells to the Semis of the Copa Libertadores but fell in Penalty Shoot-out to Atletico Mineiro.

The other is El Loco Bielsa.. a very meticulous headcoach, whose also very hardheaded and aggressive in his headcoaching approach. When he took over Athletic Bilbao he asked for the tapes of every Athletic Bilbao game from the season prior.. and for like a week or so he saw each game TWICE. That same season he led Athletico to a midtable finish but to two finals, a Europa League Finals where they fell to Falcao and Atletico Madrid and the Copa Del Rey final where they fell to none other than Barce.

Both would make a great coach at Barce.

Abita Springs, La
Member since Sep 2007
4222 posts

re: Tito Villanova expected to step down?
Gerardo Martino signed to 2 year deal as the new coach.

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