His record before Valencia was shit like ... Busts the myth about this "not being used to relegation fights" too ... He's had a few and failed everytimeHave not read his Valencia record mate, so he had had good squads in every job?
Proves it even more.
I think he means the mags delusion with his commentHe isn't.
His cv looks good as an overview. When you actually look into it, it's nowhere near the reputation he has.His record before Valencia was shit like ... Busts the myth about this "not being used to relegation fights" too ... He's had a few and failed everytime
Villareal and Osasuna sacked within a season with woeful records that would make Tuftys look good
took over Extremadura and got them promoted from spanish second division.... Relegated following season
quit... took a year out got a job at Tenerife and won the second division.
Somehow i have f***ing nee idea how this hapened, following winning the second division he gets the job at a champons league finalist!!
Be like Eddie Howe getting the Man City job after winning promotion to the Prem with Bournemouth
He won the Champions League with Djimi Troare and Steve Finnan, shouldn't be too much of a problem for him.
Napoli won EL didn't they ????he won the Coppa Italia with Napoli, which they won the season before he went there too, however failed to get them near the top of a relatively poor Serie A and got them knocked out the Champions League despite spending heavily when he took over.
This. Other than cash, which I imagine he is no great need of, why would someone go from Real Madrid to a team strongly likely to be relegated which will look shite on his CV.
Aquilani, Johnson and Keane was £58mHis transfers at Liverpool some corkers there mind £7m for Dossena