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Batman

Head of the Wayne foundation for benching Nketiah

Country: USA

Player:Saliba
Going to be between Jude and Kylian for the Ballon d'or. Probably a League and CL double for Jude, and a League and Euro double for Kylian.
 

Tir Na Nog

Changes Opinion Every 5 Minutes

Country: Ireland
Imagine Real losing their best player and didn't really replace him, went into the season without a recognised striker. A lot of young players now starters, Modric aging, injury problems in defence and having to play their 3rd choice goalkeeper, midfielders filling in in defence, an aging winger filling in at right back yet King Carlo has them playing as good as ever. This is THE GOAT ladies gentlemen. The way he empowers these players and gets the best out of them all is what you call quality management.
 

Batman

Head of the Wayne foundation for benching Nketiah

Country: USA

Player:Saliba
Imagine Real losing their best player and didn't really replace him, went into the season without a recognised striker. A lot of young players now starters, Modric aging, injury problems in defence and having to play their 3rd choice goalkeeper, midfielders filling in in defence, an aging winger filling in at right back yet King Carlo has them playing as good as ever. This is THE GOAT ladies gentlemen. The way he empowers these players and gets the best out of them all is what you call quality management.
It's weird how people look past him when discussing the best managers of all time. The only place he couldn't win was the Everton graveyard. Other than that, the man just keeps winning, playing good football and collecting CLs like Infinity Stones.
 

Tir Na Nog

Changes Opinion Every 5 Minutes

Country: Ireland
It's weird how people look past him when discussing the best managers of all time. The only place he couldn't win was the Everton graveyard. Other than that, the man just keeps winning, playing good football and collecting CLs like Infinity Stones.

Believe me, the people who matter and are involved in football all rate him and respect him massively. He's definitely been overlooked by some but I'm pretty confident he'll get his flowers soon enough especially with this current Madrid side, it's not like it's Galacticos level of taking the best players from other sides, apart from Bellingham there's no recent big name signings in the squad. Overall though his achievements are simply undeniable.
 

jones

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Imagine Real losing their best player and didn't really replace him, went into the season without a recognised striker. A lot of young players now starters, Modric aging, injury problems in defence and having to play their 3rd choice goalkeeper, midfielders filling in in defence, an aging winger filling in at right back yet King Carlo has them playing as good as ever. This is THE GOAT ladies gentlemen. The way he empowers these players and gets the best out of them all is what you call quality management.
He's definitely one of the greats but helped by some absolutely insane refereeing performances. Just yesterday blatant dive for Madrid's pen, probably a goal not given because of no GLT and Camavinga should've gotten a red for the foul on Yamal.

Madrid absolute scüm if we're fully honest. Will chant their name in the CL against any English competition but this is some calciopoli reffing ffs.
 

jones

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Still hats off to Ancelotti. Vazquez used to be an average winger and mediocre back up full back for years. Turning 33 in a couple of weeks and at the business end of the season he's putting in game winning performances in CL KO ties and league matches vs City and Barcelona.

Meanwhile certain man seen crying about Arteta not being able to compete with City since his sixth choice centre back costs only 50m.
 

HattoriHanzo

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Country: Croatia
It's weird how people look past him when discussing the best managers of all time. The only place he couldn't win was the Everton graveyard. Other than that, the man just keeps winning, playing good football and collecting CLs like Infinity Stones.
Napoli also.
But you dont expect to win something with Everton and Napoli 5 years ago.
 

jones

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Napoli also.
But you dont expect to win something with Everton and Napoli 5 years ago.
Ancelotti at Napoli first season was ok but second was a disaster tbf. Spalletti thoroughly outperformed him there, they didn't have Kvara or Osimhen but that was a really good squad he had, completely lost the dressing room in the end.
 

HattoriHanzo

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Country: Croatia
Ancelotti at Napoli first season was ok but second was a disaster tbf. Spalletti thoroughly outperformed him there, they didn't have Kvara or Osimhen but that was a really good squad he had, completely lost the dressing room in the end.
I remember how Emery's Arsenal outplayed Ancelotti's Napoli in Europa League QF in 2018./19.

And also remember (I was so furious then) how Ancelotti's Milan lost this famous UCL final to Liverpool in 2005.

Even the best can screw up sometimes.
 
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jones

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I remember how Emery's Arsenal outplayed Ancelotti's Napoli in Europa League QF in 2018./19.

And also remember (I was so furious then) how Ancelotti's Milan lost this famous UCL final to Liverpool in 2005.

Even the best can screw up sometimes.
When that Napoli side was good they were really good. Had some poor lows as well though.

Ancelotti couldn't have helped Istanbul, that was just **** refereeing and typical English cheating.
 

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