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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 10:38 am 
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Dommenech: France haven't got the best players in the World but surely anyone worth his salt would be able to get some change out of players like Ribery, Malouda, Evra and Anelka. He is horrendous and totally devoid of any ideas.

Ericksson: Terrible coach! The CIV midfield is pedesterian yet he plays Zokora in defence. Also inexplicably sits the best Ivorian player - Gervinho - and plays a hapless kalou and even more hopeles Didane. I hold him responsible for their humiliation

Lagerback: Nigeria goes one man down, Rehaggel responds by bringing Samaras in while Lagerback, kicks back, relaxes and lights a blunt with Amotaxi watching the SE combust and burn before their vey eyes

Capello: When he came in he was supposed to change the culture instituted by Ericksson and McClaren of playing certain players no matter their form. Instead he worsens it. Keeps subbing their best player - Heskey - while leaving the pedesterian Lampard, manic Gerard and over rated Rooney to stink up the joint.

Pareira: No coach has had more time or resources to prepare for the WC than the veteran Brazilian. He has served up the worst host team that the World cup has ever seen.

Le Guen: Cameroon has never really had flair but they were always solid and hard to beat. Le Guen has made them flairless and easy to beat. Thanks a lot Paul, Africa applauds you!

Lippi: A true World class coach who has lost a grip. Refused to usher in the changes and stuck with the old guard. I have some sympathy for him because this is one of the worst set of Italian players that I have ever seen.

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Dummynech and Sven are surely the worst – considering the talent at their disposal. Mr Lagerman and Crapello you can cut some slack on the basis of the shortage of quality. Lippi is also in a similar position.

Sven and Mr Lagerman could argue they didn’t have enough prep time. Dummynech can’t say that.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 10:58 am 
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Dummynech and Sven are surely the worst – considering the talent at their disposal. Mr Lagerman and Crapello you can cut some slack on the basis of the shortage of quality. Lippi is also in a similar position.

Sven and Mr Lagerman could argue they didn’t have enough prep time. Dummynech can’t say that.


What annoyed me most about Ericksson is that Gervinho was the best player against Portugal while Kalou and Didane were horrible. Clrear sign he doesn't know his players and just playing reputatiosn.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 11:15 am 
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Coaching at this world cup has been woeful and to be fair of all 32 coaches, the cream the coaches in SA has been Diego Maradona. He has been the bravest of all the coaches and is perhaps the only one whose team really do play for, he has also brought fun into his team and the Argentian are devoid of any inhibitions.

From Lippi to Capello to Del Bosque, coaches have conspired to destroy football with negativity - a la, the crap with playing with one striker and 2 holding midfield players. Argentina play with 3 strikers - how about that!

Largerback not changing the team in the aftermath of the red card is understandable considering there were only ten minutes left before half time and he indeed did bring on Obasi whilst the other two changes forced his hand. Finally, imagine him making all 3 changes by the 70th minute and the Uwais pulls up limp without a replacement in sight, hereby playing Greece with 9 men - then he would have come a cropper.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 11:18 am 
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largarlout is prolly worst than the lot - look at how he sat for over 60mins watching SE being mocked by a team that never scored a WC final goal nevermind winning a game - I'm totally disgusted by that showing cos its worst than anything Amodu or CCC have ever served us.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 11:52 am 
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Why blame coaches that have not won as expected? I think one should praise coaches such as NZ, Australia, Swiss, Japan, Greece ... and so on for figuring out how to get points.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 11:53 am 
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airwolex wrote:
Dommenech: France haven't got the best players in the World but surely anyone worth his salt would be able to get some change out of players like Ribery, Malouda, Evra and Anelka. He is horrendous and totally devoid of any ideas.

Ericksson: Terrible coach! The CIV midfield is pedesterian yet he plays Zokora in defence. Also inexplicably sits the best Ivorian player - Gervinho - and plays a hapless kalou and even more hopeles Didane. I hold him responsible for their humiliation

Lagerback: Nigeria goes one man down, Rehaggel responds by bringing Samaras in while Lagerback, kicks back, relaxes and lights a blunt with Amotaxi watching the SE combust and burn before their vey eyes

Capello: When he came in he was supposed to change the culture instituted by Ericksson and McClaren of playing certain players no matter their form. Instead he worsens it. Keeps subbing their best player - Heskey - while leaving the pedesterian Lampard, manic Gerard and over rated Rooney to stink up the joint.

Pareira: No coach has had more time or resources to prepare for the WC than the veteran Brazilian. He has served up the worst host team that the World cup has ever seen.

Le Guen: Cameroon has never really had flair but they were always solid and hard to beat. Le Guen has made them flairless and easy to beat. Thanks a lot Paul, Africa applauds you!

Lippi: A true World class coach who has lost a grip. Refused to usher in the changes and stuck with the old guard. I have some sympathy for him because this is one of the worst set of Italian players that I have ever seen.


What you're saying isn't without merit, but honestly, what had we seen from Cameroon in recent years to suggest they'd be doing much better than they are? Besides, they have been hard to beat. Those matches vs. Japan and Denmark were fought tooth and nail to the end. Have their results been unacceptable? Absolutely, but I don't think it goes back to Le Guen. One can argue that were it not for Le Guen, Cameroon wouldn't even be at the finals given their horrid start to qualifying.

Parreira, Lagerback, Domenech, and Erickson I tend to agree with. They've been consistently average coaches throughout their recent careers.

Capello and Lippi are top-drawer managers and I believe it's too early to count either out.

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Dummynech is not the problem of the French team.

In 2002, they did not score a single goal at the world cup. All those useless French players depended on Zidane. Once Zidane was out they were not able to do anything. They are all USELESS players with over bloated ego!

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Dummynech is not the problem of the French team.

In 2002, they did not score a single goal at the world cup. All those useless French players depended on Zidane. Once Zidane was out they were not able to do anything. They are all USELESS players with over bloated ego!


What about 2006?

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airwolex wrote:
Dommenech: France haven't got the best players in the World but surely anyone worth his salt would be able to get some change out of players like Ribery, Malouda, Evra and Anelka. He is horrendous and totally devoid of any ideas.

Ericksson: Terrible coach! The CIV midfield is pedesterian yet he plays Zokora in defence. Also inexplicably sits the best Ivorian player - Gervinho - and plays a hapless kalou and even more hopeles Didane. I hold him responsible for their humiliation

Lagerback: Nigeria goes one man down, Rehaggel responds by bringing Samaras in while Lagerback, kicks back, relaxes and lights a blunt with Amotaxi watching the SE combust and burn before their vey eyes

Capello: When he came in he was supposed to change the culture instituted by Ericksson and McClaren of playing certain players no matter their form. Instead he worsens it. Keeps subbing their best player - Heskey - while leaving the pedesterian Lampard, manic Gerard and over rated Rooney to stink up the joint.

Pareira: No coach has had more time or resources to prepare for the WC than the veteran Brazilian. He has served up the worst host team that the World cup has ever seen.

Le Guen: Cameroon has never really had flair but they were always solid and hard to beat. Le Guen has made them flairless and easy to beat. Thanks a lot Paul, Africa applauds you!

Lippi: A true World class coach who has lost a grip. Refused to usher in the changes and stuck with the old guard. I have some sympathy for him because this is one of the worst set of Italian players that I have ever seen.


What you're saying isn't without merit, but honestly, what had we seen from Cameroon in recent years to suggest they'd be doing much better than they are? Besides, they have been hard to beat. Those matches vs. Japan and Denmark were fought tooth and nail to the end. Have their results been unacceptable? Absolutely, but I don't think it goes back to Le Guen. One can argue that were it not for Le Guen, Cameroon wouldn't even be at the finals given their horrid start to qualifying.

Parreira, Lagerback, and Erickson I tend to agree with. They've been consistently average coaches throughout their recent careers.

Capello and Lippi are top-drawer managers and I believe it's too early to count either out.


I think Paul Leguen made several mistakes in both games icluding choosing the wrong personnel and playing key players - notably Eto'o - out of position. Emana said as much a couple of days ago.

Lippi and Capello are both top quality coaches but they have both been too pragmatic in this WC. I think Italy wil still qualify but something tells me even Capello will not be able to preven an early English ouster. The nuances of the WC seems beyond him and I truly believe that JT and the other primadonnas in the squad notably Stevie G and Lampard want him out.

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