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Old 27-05-2011, 18:44   #16
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with Piatti, Kalu Uche, and Ulloa you can be offensive. OK let's give him some time until November, we don't even know what kind of team he is gonna have.


yes, here we go again: lets give him some time until (fill in)
i heard that echo for like 3 years in a row now, and see the result...

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Old 27-05-2011, 19:06   #17
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Not convinced that he's the man but hopefully we can make a great adjustment to life in the segunda and at least he seems far more positive.
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Old 27-05-2011, 19:18   #18
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hmm Oltra is totally opposed coach to our previous three, he bets on the ofensive and agressive style of playing.....we need such huge and drastic change..

There is a strong rumour that he will come with some players from tenerife:

"The interesting thing with Oltra is that he might join Deportivo brining players to the club, according to journalist Jose Antonio Sande from Radio Cadena Cope he is offering contacts with three players: Tenerife’s striker Nino, Almeria’s winger Albert Crusat and Sevilla’s playmaker Alejandro Alfaro."

All of them are very good options for us I think

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Old 27-05-2011, 19:32   #19
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yes, here we go again: lets give him some time until (fill in)
i heard that echo for like 3 years in a row now, and see the result...

(hun: not specifically to you )


It's not as if we have a choice. He's the new coach, regardless of what anyone on this forum has to say. Depor has played enough boring football without making me very happy in the past few years. As far as I'm concerned, change is good. And, if he happens to bring a few quality players along with him... WELCOME!

He may very well turn out to be garbage, but life's too short for me to cry about something that's still months away. I prefer to look up and see a bright future.
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Old 27-05-2011, 19:46   #20
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Are people seriously going to start complaining before the deal is even official yet?

Oltra is a more offensive coach than Lotina, so that's a good thing for Depor in Segunda. He lead the small Tenerife the first class as well. Then he got relegated, yes, but can you really call that a surprise? They were pretty much bound to get relegated. Heck, they got relegated again to Segunda B this season. And at the time he took over Almeria, they were already a train wreck. We're looking for a Segunda coach, as Lendoiro said, not a Primera coach. Big difference in tactics between both leagues.

Lendoiro's mistake wasn't not-firing Lotina, it was his transfer policy. Sure, we needed to save money, but had he just bought a bit better players, we wouldn't be in Segunda right now, which is costing us a lot more money in the end. We would've gotten relegated sooner or later. Maybe this will work as an eye-opener for him, if we get back in Primera. Firing a coach every time he loses a few games, isn't the magical solution. For all we know, that would've made things worse. Teams that have three coaches in one season, are always the ones getting relegated in the end.

Despite the idea of some people that running a football club is as simple as making black and white choices all the time, it's actually a lot more complicated than that. Continuity is crucial in a football club. I'm quite sure that a lot of people who are claiming they would do a better job than Lendoiro, would have ran this club into the ground years ago. Lendoiro made stupid mistakes, but making rash decisions wasn't one of them.

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Old 27-05-2011, 20:28   #21
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wow, that was a brilliant post Greg

I tend to be your fan
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Old 27-05-2011, 20:42   #22
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Lendoiro's mistake wasn't not-firing Lotina, it was his transfer policy.

Hahahahaha no. Give the same players to Capa for example and he wouldn't have gotten us relegated.

Anyways, anyone other than Lotina is fine by me, wish it was someone who wasn't sacked recently though.
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Old 28-05-2011, 00:08   #23
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I dont care.
let him just bring us back to where we belong.
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Old 28-05-2011, 00:31   #24
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Old 28-05-2011, 06:18   #25
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I think this guy might be the change we need.



With Lotina we have become the most boring team not only in la liga but in the whole world. All of my friends fall asleep watching Depor play So switching from a defensive system to a more attackive one is something we all would love to see but can't since segunda is not on tv here ..



I think next season will depend alot on imagination! just imagining how the team is playing, it's gonna be a long distance love affair.
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Old 28-05-2011, 08:02   #26
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It doesn't really matters how he has done in the past few years at primera or segunda, this will be a fresh start for al of us, including him. Lets just hope he comes with the right ideas, a change of mentality is vital for this team, because the ideas have been all kind of wrong since the end of the super depor era.

I feel pretty good about this
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Old 28-05-2011, 09:58   #27
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The attacking style I like, the lack of defensive awareness I don't. However, being in Segunda I think attack is the best option. It's when we reach La Liga again (hopefully in after only one season) that I hope Oltra has learnt his lesson after two previous relegations. Otherwise we may just end up straight back down again.
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Old 28-05-2011, 14:08   #28
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If he comes welcome, we support him, give him our backing and then see how we get on.
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Hahahahaha no. Give the same players to Capa for example and he wouldn't have gotten us relegated.
In Capa's second season, Depor finished with 47 points and basically the exact same amount of goals scored and goals conceded as this year. This year we only had four points less with a much weaker squad. How are you so sure Caparros would've saved us?
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28/May/2011: 15h45: Deportivo: Lotina will announce this afternoon the signing of Oltra as the new coach of Deportivo.
Lotina?
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