WHO Poll
Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion

Balto 10:11 Mon Nov 6
Thomas Tuchel
I can't belive the owners are not looking at Thomas Tuchel. He did incredibly well at Mainz, did well at Dortmund but was not felt to be a good fit for their "thunder and lightning" football. He speaks excellent English. He is alsio available.

In his last season at Dortmund he won the German Cup, got them through to the Quarter FInals of the Champions League and a 3rd place finish. HIs win ration is 63%

Bitte, ruf dieser Trainer an!

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Far Cough 1:56 Tue Nov 7
Re: Thomas Tuchel
Who, old garlic breath?

Northern Sold 12:20 Tue Nov 7
Re: Thomas Tuchel
I would have gone all out for Paddy Vieira

stewie griffin 10:32 Tue Nov 7
Re: Thomas Tuchel
Indeed. Almost overwhelmed by it all

On The Ball 10:26 Tue Nov 7
Re: Thomas Tuchel
stewie. Exciting times, eh?

stewie griffin 10:24 Tue Nov 7
Re: Thomas Tuchel

On The Ball 10:24 Tue Nov 7
Re: Thomas Tuchel
Would have been my choice. Obviously a bit of a gamble though.

Dr Moose 10:08 Tue Nov 7
Re: Thomas Tuchel
Managers like him will be waiting for Zindane to get sacked, he can also see the omnishambles we are as a club from top to bottom so would want to sour his reputation by managing the clusterfuck that is our first team.

HairyHammer 9:26 Tue Nov 7
Re: Thomas Tuchel
Money talks bullshit walks !

Your mum 8:55 Tue Nov 7
Re: Thomas Tuchel
No one of note will work under the Daves.

toadinthehole 2:13 Tue Nov 7
Re: Thomas Tuchel
Laurent Blanc would be good option aswell

Balto 1:08 Tue Nov 7
Re: Thomas Tuchel
Well Alex, it looks like you are more informed than me. He will have phoned his mate Jurgen Klopp to get the low down on us.

claretandbluedagger 12:07 Tue Nov 7
Re: Thomas Tuchel
Scorch, if they had looked, everyone would know about it. Much like Bielsa and whoever else it was they looked at before going for Bilic.

El Scorchio 11:57 Mon Nov 6
Re: Thomas Tuchel
How do you know the owners didn’t look at him?

stewie griffin 11:19 Mon Nov 6
Re: Thomas Tuchel
Are you available in an advisory capacity, v son?

Alex V 10:35 Mon Nov 6
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Balto 10:20 Mon Nov 6
Re: Thomas Tuchel
Here is his philosophy.

"Leading a football team is 100% about human relations," said Tuchel. "My idea of leadership is all about respect and appreciation."

There are plenty of rules to that effect, from a total ban on the use of second names to the requirement to look into the other person's eyes when one says "good morning". Tuchel stresses good manners, punctuality, personal development.

Tactically, he's also willing to put in the extra work. He spent the World Cup recording specific things he admired in the various teams, from Germany's 4-2-3-1 to Chile's 3-3-3-1 and Mexico's ball circulation.

His favourite side are Barcelona, naturally, but the reason he gives is a little different and very telling. "Their outstanding quality is their devotion and passion when it comes to winning the ball back in the opposition's half once they lose it," he said. "That's only possible with a huge amount of humility. It's not a given that stars at this high level are collectively committed to an idea and that no one takes the liberty of doing a little less of the hard work."

cornish 10:13 Mon Nov 6
Re: Thomas Tuchel
He's looking for bigger and better than us I'm afraid.

dicksie3 10:13 Mon Nov 6
Re: Thomas Tuchel
No chance with our disgusting wanker, laughable, clueless cheapskate divvy cunt board.

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