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Comment by Steve_J on October 5, 2010 at 5:51pm
Keep the faith. Money is tighter than it looks at the arse.
Comment by jonathan on October 5, 2010 at 2:40pm
im having a real hard time keeping my faith in arsene wenger. i think the man has done some really great things for arsenal, but i am so tired of getting done in by chelsea and man united year in and year out. we have been so close to the title every year, i wish we would just spend a little bit of money and get some players that are not cursed by the injury fairy, or actually know how to do their job between the posts.
Comment by Steve_J on September 2, 2010 at 12:04pm
We don't get to choose the managers though do we? I wasn't in favour of Sam Allardyce coming to Blackburn, but I like him now!
Comment by Paul_of_TX on September 1, 2010 at 8:26am
I would be willing to take Capello over Bradley. I was hoping that Bradley would go to Villa or anywhere else that is dumb enough to have him just so he would not be the USMNT coach. I remember reading that Sir Alex Ferguson backed Bradley to coach a Premiership club. You can say a lot of things about Ferguson but you can't say he is not smart in what he does. I saw that comment as Sir Alex would love to opportunity to coach against Bradley twice per year. Sir Alex is a busy man so one less thing to worry about can't be bad.
Comment by Steve_J on September 1, 2010 at 12:06am
Klinsman isn't that great, he was fired by Bayern Munich. As for Bradley taking the Villa job, that isn't going to happen either, the club have said they want an experienced Premiership manager. I'd be happy for the US to take Fabio Capello however.
Comment by Winston on August 31, 2010 at 5:54pm
I just can't understand US soccer's thinking. They don't have a clue!
Comment by Paul_of_TX on August 31, 2010 at 5:03pm
What really irritates me is that all the sports writers say that everyone is upset because we didn't get Klinsmann. I would be happy with almost anyone else besides Bradley. The Ghana game where he started Clark, Findley and Bornstein (Jonathan could be debatable) should have been the final straw.
Comment by Winston on August 31, 2010 at 3:16pm
I thought for sure we had Klinsmann lined up to take over. Why couldn't he just take the Villa job and go away.
Comment by Paul_of_TX on August 31, 2010 at 11:58am
Well F me running! The US signed Bradley for another 4 years. One reason stated is because he has a good record. If he can't have a winning record against the likes of Barbados and Cuba then there is a serious problem. Another success of Bradleys is the Confed Cup but our goal difference in the tournament was -1. In the World Cup it was clear that he can't perform the fundamental task that is required of a head coach and that is to name a good starting 11. Once The US managed to get into the 2nd round Bob pulls out all the stops and starts Bornstein/Clark/Findley. If those 3 guys do not start then I believe we win that game. Clark was 100% responsible for the first goal. Part of me wants the US to lose every game for the next 12 months so that hopefully we can get rid of Bradley.
Comment by Steve_J on August 27, 2010 at 2:10pm
10th-13th place I think. The takeover is taking a long time which is a shame as we need some more creativity and certainly a goal scorer.
 

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