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    think barca can sell Zlatan and buy torres or Cesc
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    BBC Sport - Football - Roy Hodgson in line to become new Liverpool manager

    Interesting. Rate Hodgson highly myself. Would be nice to see him with a big club competing in major competitions.
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    Hodgson would be a good choice without a doubt. Hope he doesn't end up there though. Am quite happy seeing Liverpool toil and struggle for a bit longer. Would rather see him stay with Fulham.

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    Yeah I like Hodsgon, one of the more likable managers around but Liverpool are just Ugh.


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    Hodgson would be a **** choice, I hope it doesn't have it. Is not near the kind of caliber needed to win the title. I am praying for Bielsa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikki View Post
    Hodgson would be a **** choice, I hope it doesn't have it. Is not near the kind of caliber needed to win the title. I am praying for Bielsa.
    You what?

    Hodgson has a lot of experience, crucially in English football as well as abroad.

    I love the way Bielsa's teams play football but he no experience of club football in Europe let alone England.

    Remember Scolari at Chelsea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikki View Post
    Hodgson would be a **** choice, I hope it doesn't have it. Is not near the kind of caliber needed to win the title. I am praying for Bielsa.
    He's way too good for a team with fans like you.

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    Hodgson is actually very widely respected around Europe (particularly Italy) as a top coach, he would do a good job for most sides to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pothas View Post
    You what?

    Hodgson has a lot of experience, crucially in English football as well as abroad.

    I love the way Bielsa's teams play football but he no experience of club football in Europe let alone England.

    Remember Scolari at Chelsea.
    He's a good coach but definitely not in the top tier of coaches in the world. His record is rather ordinary compared to the popularity he has. Simply not done anything remotely good enough to deserve coaching Liverpool.

    I would rather Bielsa since we'd adapt well to his pressing game and that maybe we'll see the best of many players in such an ultra-attacking approach.
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    Didn't he coach at Inter in the 90s or am I just talking out of my hairy rear end?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    Didn't he coach at Inter in the 90s or am I just talking out of my hairy rear end?
    Coached Inter to the UEFA Cup Final iirc.

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    He did for a short stint. The UEFA cup final is probably the highest he's ever been in terms of success. Again, too small of a coach. I mean, you never know, but for a club with our ambitions it is a huge step back to be talking about the likes of Hodgson.

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    Hodgson would be a very sound appointment right now. Whatever 'ambitions' Liverpool might have they are in a pretty uncertain position off the field at the moment and have just had a very poor season on it.

    Do not see how appointing a vastly experienced manager who knows the Premiership inside out would be a bad move for them right now.

    Surley a better appointment than someone who has practically no experience in club level in Europe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scaly piscine View Post
    He's way too good for a team with fans like you.
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    Hodgson will do a job for Liverpool for a year or two, whilst the club stablizes off the pitch.... Just so long as the prima donna's on the pitch don't all chuck in a transfer request at once, believing the media's turd about them being good enough for Real/Barca/Accrington Stanley.

    Considering for the forseeable future, theres no significant transfer kitty, he's the best man to do a job with what you've got, rather than having a hissy fit about not being able to sign that multi million pound Spaniard/Italian/Columbian drug mule.
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