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Looks like Inter have shown rafa the door

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Goal.com and skysports reporting he has been sacked Thoughts? Read More
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Goal.com and skysports reporting he has been sacked

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#1
Theres a waiters job at La Tasca
#2
Thats good , dunno why they took him in the first place after his recent mess at Liverpool
banned#3
perhaps he could have another go at Liverpool .. :D
#4
Welcome to yesterday mate
banned 1 Like #5
He's scum.

SAF wiped the floor with him.
#6
Big Sam said he wanted his job now its time.
#7
should have given him more time
banned#8
Adam2050
Big Sam said he wanted his job now its time.


haha can you imagine! :D
#9
Adam2050
Big Sam said he wanted his job now its time.


lol mullerice wont get the job

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Dec 21, 2010 21:35
#10
20/1 to be next Liverpool manager
#11
vibeone
He's scum.

SAF wiped the floor with him.


I don't remember that, I do remember a pretty decent 4-1 win at old ratford and some other pretty sweet wins over the scum.
#12
Easily the worst manager after Arsene Wenger. I joke. But it some ways you know it true.

He was shocking at Liverpool. He would have put Inter in the same condition as Liverpool now in 2 years or so. So it looks like the best decision.

Looks like Inter are could into the rebuiling stage now. There cycle was up last season after the treble.

Edited By: mighty mugger on Dec 21, 2010 21:52
#13
would love him back at liverpool...if he really is 20/1 to be our next manager ill be getting all over that.
#14
shaneomac
would love him back at liverpool...if he really is 20/1 to be our next manager ill be getting all over that.


he is on paddypower
#15
The funniest football story of today was when Mario Balotelli in an interview said: "Arsenal's Jack Wilshere? I've never even heard of him"

That made me LOL. Joker. I rate him now.

Edited By: mighty mugger on Dec 21, 2010 21:57
banned#16
davelfc
vibeone
He's scum.

SAF wiped the floor with him.


I don't remember that, I do remember a pretty decent 4-1 win at old ratford and some other pretty sweet wins over the scum.


in that case you must remember the losses as well then. And finishing below us every single season.
#17
roryk83
shaneomac
would love him back at liverpool...if he really is 20/1 to be our next manager ill be getting all over that.


he is on paddypower


cheers mate-seen that..a measly 16/1 on william hill...at 20/1 its worth a fiver for me.
#18
mighty mugger
The funniest football story of today was when Mario Balotelli in an interview said: "Arsenal's Jack Wilshere? I've never even heard of him"

That made me LOL. Joker. I rate him now.


I am still laughing now. HAHAHAH. Arsenal suck.

Another story

http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/2896/premier-league/2010/12/20/2269320/arsenal-midfielder-samir-nasri-manchester-united-wouldnt
#19
most over rated manager ever. he ruined liverpool......then was given a job at the current european champions? doesn't really make sense that. I hear he makes a mean paella though!
#20
My mate spotted him back in Caldy last night outside his home. (Thought he had sold it when he got the boot)
#21
I will never in a million years understand what people ever saw in Rafa in his time at Anfield. Now he has gone to Inter and totally cocked that up (although injuries aren't helping his cause). Now demanding a shed load of transfer money to spend on players which is the reason he will be shown the door. After looking at his Liverpool purchases I can understand the Inter boards hesitance.

Edited By: greg_68 on Dec 22, 2010 09:35
#22
Adam2050
My mate spotted him back in Caldy last night outside his home. (Thought he had sold it when he got the boot)


nah his family are still based here.

Rafa is starting to build a reputation that owners of decent clubs are gona be very wary of
#23
greg_68
I will never in a million years understand what people ever saw in Rafa in his time at Anfield. Now he has gone to Inter and totally cocked that up (although injuries aren't helping his cause). Now demanding a shed load of transfer money to spend on players which is the reason he will be shown the door. After looking at his Liverpool purchases I can understand the Inter boards hesitance.

They boot managers every 6 months if they arn't happy.

Up until the Alonso saga Rafa was a very good manager, if he had just held on to alonso could of been a different story.
#24
I feel sorry for the bloke. He went to Inter and was given no transfer funds to buy players with, and has had horrendous injury problems to deal with. He also faced an impossible task as anything less than what Mourinho achieved last season would be seen as a failure.

He's moving back to Liverpool now, as his wife and daughter are both 'homesick. Can see him being offered the Blackburn job in all honesty, but wouldn't be against him taking over at Anfield again.

Being sacked from two top clubs in little over six months would look terrible on anyones CV though.

Edited By: midlandscomics on Dec 22, 2010 14:54: .
#25
The guy shoots himself in the foot at most times.

He is so Autocratic.
1 Like #26
He needs to take some time out. From 2001 - 2009 everything was going well, winning trophies and competing at both Valencia and Liverpool. Then, for some reason, in the Summer of 2009, everything just went to pot.

Rafa back at Liverpool, i just don't know, yes, he made some signing mistakes, but so do all managers, Hargeaves 18m, Eduardo 18m etc. I don't tink there's anything to lose now by leaving Roy in till the Summer, and then reassess things then
#27
woeful manager
#28
peodude
He needs to take some time out. From 2001 - 2009 everything was going well, winning trophies and competing at both Valencia and Liverpool. Then, for some reason, in the Summer of 2009, everything just went to pot.

Rafa back at Liverpool, i just don't know, yes, he made some signing mistakes, but so do all managers, Hargeaves 18m, Eduardo 18m etc. I don't tink there's anything to lose now by leaving Roy in till the Summer, and then reassess things then


Owen Hargreaves a bad signing are you serious, the guy is quality, best holding midfilder in the world, yaya toure is crap, Machironnnnnoooooooo is crap.

When he is fit again you lot will see, his freekicks are amazing, you gooners still remember when he owned you with that amazing freekick at Old Trafford. Typical gooners always coming short when it really matters.

Owen, poor Owen, man really feel it for him. To be honest he is what England is missing and he should be the captain of England and Manchester United.
#29
27 League appearances in 3 1/2 years isn't good at all. especially when 23 of them were in 07/08. I suppose him and the other Owen keep each other company on the treatment table.
#30
mighty mugger


Owen Hargreaves a bad signing are you serious, the guy is quality, best holding midfilder in the world, yaya toure is crap, Machironnnnnoooooooo is crap.

When he is fit again you lot will see, his freekicks are amazing, you gooners still remember when he owned you with that amazing freekick at Old Trafford. Typical gooners always coming short when it really matters.

Owen, poor Owen, man really feel it for him. To be honest he is what England is missing and he should be the captain of England and Manchester United.


haha you must be kidding!! Talk about delusional!! How can a player who has made 4 appearances in over 2 years be considered the best holding midfielder in the world?! To be considered the best of any position you need to be consistently playing and performing, this guy hasn't done either. Plus a career total of 12 goals (ten of which were scored at Bayern) hardly shows a set piece specialist. You really need to take those blinkers off
#31
I feel Roy is being put under enourmous pressure now and it will ultimately end up in him leaving IMO which is a shame as I think he should be given until at least the end of the season. Rafa has not helped the situation though by adding flames to the fire.

Question that has been bugging me lately, can you name a manager that has gone to a fairly large club which has been left in a bad state by the previous manager and the new manager has turned that club around within the space of a season.

With Roy are we expecting too much of him to turn Liverpool round within 4-5 months and has anyone actually done this at another 'big name' club? I can't think of one in recent times.
#32
It's common knowledge that Inter want to consolidate and get back to reasonable levels of debt, what they didnt want was a manager who demanded millions to spend on a "new project", the clubs priority/project is financially driven to come inline with UEFA's new rules.

As for liverpool fans and players they seem to want someone who'll come in and spend, spend, spend to get a better squad, which is something Hodgson wasnt brought in to do, he was brought in to consolidate.

In that respect I think the best solution would be Hodgson tells Liverpool to shove the job up their backsides and goes back to Inter, then Benitez goes back to Liverpool and is given millions to try to build a squad. If he fails everyone will know he's rubbish as there's no hicks and gillett to blame.
#33
I'd like to know what questions were asked at Rafa's interview, it seems like there was no communication about the clubs direction, finances or transfer strategy before he took/was given the job. I don't know how these people get away with it. At this rate within the space of 6 months he will have been apid off by Liverpool, paid off by Inter and then resigned on another wedge by Liverpool. No wonder he looked happy yesterday.
#34
greg_68
I'd like to know what questions were asked at Rafa's interview, it seems like there was no communication about the clubs direction, finances or transfer strategy before he took/was given the job. I don't know how these people get away with it. At this rate within the space of 6 months he will have been apid off by Liverpool, paid off by Inter and then resigned on another wedge by Liverpool. No wonder he looked happy yesterday.


If the owner, fans and italian media all knew the clubs direction you would think Benitez would know. He's so used to blaming owners all the time and this time it seems to have backfired this time.

Anyone taking over at Inter will have a challenge to get them back in the Champions League places.
#35
maybe he just wants to stockpile a few more million in compensation, before he moves onto his next target.

wonder what odds you can get on him getting the boot from his next club....could be worth a punt!
#36
greg_68

Question that has been bugging me lately, can you name a manager that has gone to a fairly large club which has been left in a bad state by the previous manager and the new manager has turned that club around within the space of a season.

With Roy are we expecting too much of him to turn Liverpool round within 4-5 months and has anyone actually done this at another 'big name' club? I can't think of one in recent times.


First part: Harry Redknapp did well when he took over Spurs, Mourinhio at Inter was really successful in a relatively short space of time. And Guardiola at Barca has gone onto do amazing things that no-one expected him to achieve, people forget Barca had a squad of playboys when he took over and he had to reshape the squad.

The problem with Roy is he's not a Liverpool manager. He has no ambition whatsoever. Coming out in interviews telling the fans that a draw at home against a European team that beat a Scottish team in a previous round is a good result - wtf!? He is a small club manager, and his mentality is his biggest downfall. He will continue to lose the fans support because of this.

Liverpool will stick with him until the end of the season. He will be given a small amount of money in January but no major signings will be made. At the end of the season a big name manager will be appointed (could be Klinsmann (americans love him) or Hiddink / Rijkard etc) they will be given approx 40 mil to spend but will be told thats the end of transfer funds and that their aim will be to build a squad of youth based players

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