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Rafa Benitez Gone ???

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Strong rumours that he is gone, leaving Kenny Dalglish to take over on Saturday. Also Sky Italia are reporting that Juventus are looking to appoint him ASAP.
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
Strong rumours that he is gone, leaving Kenny Dalglish to take over on Saturday.

Also Sky Italia are reporting that Juventus are looking to appoint him ASAP.
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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#2
not gonna happen!
suspended#3
Don't Juventus want to win games?
#4
i love rafa
#5
All his fault, cant blame the players at all.....Gerrard and co have been awesome all season:whistling:
#6
skusey
All his fault, cant blame the players at all.....Gerrard and co have been awesome all season:whistling:


No they have all been terrible
#7
Noooooooooooooooo, they cant get rid of the waiter.
He's my hero :(
#8
killerof8
No they have all been terrible


sarcasm is lost on you isn't it
#9
It's only a matter of time now I think, if not soon it will be at the end of the season.

I can't understand why Liverpool fans want him to stay given that his likely replacement will probably be a current successful european manager.
#10
Looks like it was another reliable piece from the gospel that is goal.com :lol:

Alberto Zaccheroni will replace Ciro Ferrara as the new coach of Juventus on Friday, according to Sky Sport Italia, Tuttosport and a host of other Italian news sources.

The Bianconeri took the decision to sack Ferrara after Thursday night’s 2-1 Coppa Italia exit at the hands of Inter, and following all the speculation involving the likes of Claudio Gentile, Guus Hiddink, Giovanni Trapattoni and Rafa Benitez, it is former Udinese boss Zaccheroni who will be his successor.

The 56-year-old will take charge until the end of the season when a big name is likely to come in permanently.

Benitez is currently the hot favourite for the summer appointment, and there were reports earlier that the Spaniard's lawyers held talks with Juventus representatives in Milan on Thursday.

Zaccheroni has been out of work since he was sacked by Juventus’ city rivals Torino in February 2007. His former clubs also include Lazio, Inter and AC Milan, and he won the Scudetto at the latter in 1999.

The tactician’s main objective this term will be to ensure Juve finish in the top four and qualify for the Champions League. An official announcement will arrive on Friday.
#11
greg_68
It's only a matter of time now I think, if not soon it will be at the end of the season.

I can't understand why Liverpool fans want him to stay given that his likely replacement will probably be a current successful european manager.


I only want him to stay (at least, until the end of the season) because there is no better option at the moment - we're not going to attract a top European manager like Mourinho / Cappelo / Saachi with our current owners in charge, and lack of funds. Even Hiddink (iirc) has never won anything other than at PSV.

I'm a realist - we can't challenge for the title with the squad we've got (as mush as I'd like us to do). Last season we took an unbelievable number of points off of our rivals which is unlikely to happen again for some time. Before Benitez was here we were a top-6 / top-8 club - I don't think he's done that bad a job to be fair to him (this is the only 'bad' season we've had in the time he's been here).

Put it this way, if we weren't Liverpool (and therefore, the reputation / past success of the club) people would class what he's been doing as a success, given how we've performed for the last 20 years.
#12
Look at it from another angle.

Can you see any "top" manager coming to Liverpool when the owners wont give them any funds to change the team ?

Rafa has done a good job since he arrived, and this is by far our worst season in a very long time - and we are still lying in 5th place.

Liverpool wont sack Rafa (or will he walk), as he signed a new contract last year, so they cannot afford to get rid of him.

What we would ideally need is for the Yanks to sell up to a Billionaire Sheik to invest millions into buying new player & building the new stadium.
#13
ChrisUK
Look at it from another angle.

Can you see any "top" manager coming to Liverpool when the owners wont give them any funds to change the team ?

Rafa has done a good job since he arrived, and this is by far our worst season in a very long time - and we are still lying in 5th place.

Liverpool wont sack Rafa (or will he walk), as he signed a new contract last year, so they cannot afford to get rid of him.

[SIZE="4"][COLOR="Red"]What we would ideally need is for the Yanks to sell up to a Billionaire Sheik to invest millions [/COLOR][/SIZE]into buying new player & building the new stadium.


Yeah i think thats pretty much the wish for every supporter for his/her club mate!!! :whistling:
#14
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Yeah i think thats pretty much the wish for every supporter for his/her club mate!!! :whistling:


I cant see a way out of out current situation without it though mate.

Only other viable option is selling our 2 best player (Torres = £100mil, Gerrard=£30mil).

£130mil to then beef up the team, but you have lost your 2 best players.

People disagree that we are a 2 man team, but we are. Without them, we are a mid table team.
#15
I really think we need some fresh tactics, plays to rigid.
#16
ChrisUK
I cant see a way out of out current situation without it though mate.

Only other viable option is selling our 2 best player (Torres = £100mil, Gerrard=£30mil).

£130mil to then beef up the team, but you have lost your 2 best players.

People disagree that we are a 2 man team, but we are. Without them, we are a mid table team.


Well, the word is now that Juve want Benitez and Aquilani - if it happens, they would have to pay us compensation, rather than the owners paying off Benitez....... you could be looking at a £30,-£40m swing in our finances just there. We'd also recover most of the money invested in Aquilani (I know it was only about £5m upfront, but the other £15m would have been accounted for).

If Benitez goes, I don't think Gerrard would. Torres I'm not sure about, but players should play for the club, and not the manager. I can't see the owners offering either for sale though, regardless of where we finish in the league - they woudl have to find replacements, and there aren't any of the same quality (David Villa is too old now imo)

Although with out new long ball game, perhaps we should sell both and just buy Heskey and Kevin Davies :lol:


Adam2050
I really think we need some fresh tactics, plays to rigid.


He needs to stop thinking that it's more important to stop the oppposition from playing rather than make them worry about us.

Benitez seems to be happy if he could win all of the home games, and play for a draw in the way matches (sneaking a win here and there) - it doesn't work like that though. We shouldn't be going to Wolves with two holding midfielders, just with the intention of stopping them from playing and trying to get a goal on the break.

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