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Old 25-10-2017, 18:49   #16
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Nice to read that Manjarin is his assistent! A real Super Depor player!

Does Manjarin has any experience coaching?
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Old 25-10-2017, 23:52   #17
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Old 26-10-2017, 03:23   #18
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He had played under at least 3 renowned coaches - Johan Cruyff, Terry Venables and Radomir Antić ... and played alongside lots of superstars in the past (e.g. Pep Guaridola, Michael Laudroup, Maurico Pochettino, Hristo Stoichkov, Ronaldinho) ... I think he might have learned somethings from them

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Old 26-10-2017, 08:58   #19
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One post of the DepHun 2007-2011 days.. knowledge, anti-propaganda, 0% care about what the RB's think...Brilliant!!



Hello kalman, here hoping you're fine
Thanks Rahim, I hope you're fine as well. I would say, that for most of the times I rather agree with RB than with the basic opinion of our forum. Also RB is not the propaganda for sure. About the coaches: well, in the last decade all of them failed and were heavily criticized at us, neither the players nor the MANAGEMENT received that much negativity from the fans, although I do consider, that it is always the coach who has the least possibility to make an impact on the results of a football team.
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Old 26-10-2017, 12:47   #20
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He had played under at least 3 renowned coaches - Johan Cruyff, Terry Venables and Radomir Antić ...

Plus Luis Aragonés, Jabo Irureta, Luis Fernández and Marcelo Bielsa, just to name a few more.

No doubt he's had some good masters, now it's his chance to show if he learned something from them. It won't be easy, I guess, as Primera is not Segunda B, and Depor players are not Fabril kids to deal with, but after his brilliant work with Fabril, I really think he deserves a chance.
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Old 04-02-2018, 13:18   #21
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Sacked this monring

Diego Alonso and Lasarte the candidates to replace him
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Old 04-02-2018, 14:08   #22
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No, I don't think hiring a coach without La Liga management experience is a good idea.
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Old 04-02-2018, 14:54   #23
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It’s hard to find a coach from South America gain success in Europe. Tactically too different. The first Álaves’s coach, even Luis Zubeldía couldn’t do anything.

I’m very frustrated about Tino’s coach selection. Victor Fernandez, Gaizka Garitano, Pepe Mel and Cristobal Parralo and who’s next?

He fired Fernando Vazquez or Victor Sanchez who did best in his era.

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Old 04-02-2018, 14:57   #24
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at this critical condition we need expriance coach
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Old 04-02-2018, 16:06   #25
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Sad to see him go, but if a new coach is the solution for our current situation then I am gutted.. all the best Cristobal, hope to see you again in the future..
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Old 04-02-2018, 16:22   #26
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I’m ok with first few matches when Cristobal is in charge but I feel like some players do not want to play for him and haven’t displayed any eagerness or enthusiasm in the game ...

Pepe Mel is laughing .. Victor Sanchez should be staying and we should sacked Luisinho back at that time instead though he is playing ok at the moment ...
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Old 04-02-2018, 17:43   #27
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I am very disappointed by his results, but hope he could return to Fabril at summer or even right now - his work with young players was impressive. He just need more experience
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So a couple of months eralier, Cristobal has been evaluated as a good choice to develop a couple of kids at segunda b. A few weeks later he has been evaluated as a good chance to manage a few well-paid primadonnas at primera division, which is obviously a completely different type of job. A few weeks later he has been evaluated as not good enough to manage the primadonnas...

Thanx Cristobal, all the best!!
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Im sad to see him leaving. Of course the results were disastrous, but somehow I was not so frustrated with him as much as with previous coaches. I think that our players and especially sporting management are guilty. I regret that Parralo left Fabril. He should have stayed there. I think that a new coach won't make any difference, at least any of those who are at the market. We will suffer a lot in the coming months.
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Once again, I would kindly ask everyone not to call Fabril players as young kids (they are 22-27 years old men)
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