Mourinho to be next Roma manager.

LaPennaBianca

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He still enjoys a good reputation in Italy.

I fear it will go the same way as Spurs. Roma have a worse squad and nobody like Kane or Son he can lean on to get him out to trouble.
 

atypical_boro

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He still enjoys a good reputation in Italy.

I fear it will go the same way as Spurs. Roma have a worse squad and nobody like Kane or Son he can lean on to get him out to trouble.
I think he'll do ok. Bit of a power vacuum could emerge in Italy now. Its different to here/Spurs.
 

Marvanelli

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His stock has dropped at a ridiculous rate over the last 5-10 years.

1 league title in 10 years is it?

Absolute shadow of where he was when he left Porto to Chelsea.
 
Think he became bitter and twisted over his Real Madrid experience and has never been the same since. Probably even crank it up a notch after his fiasco at Chelsea 2nd time around with the physio's court case.

Italy would be good for him then maybes international management after that.
 

Jonny Ingbar

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I like him, but less and less as time goes by.

He's definitely more cynical now and I suspect a lot more divisive in the dressing room.

Plus hes earned over £50m from being sacked alone. He's obviously not in it for the money!
 

TeaCider

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His stock has dropped at a ridiculous rate over the last 5-10 years.

1 league title in 10 years is it?

Absolute shadow of where he was when he left Porto to Chelsea.

2, Real Madrid in 2011/12 and Chelsea in 2014/15.

He's won the league, two League Cups and a European title in the last 6 years.
It's not outstanding, but I don't think that's too bad.

He got Tottenham to a League Cup final and was bizarrely denied the opportunity to contest it.

Solskjær is being lauded this season for being 2nd in the table and reaching a European final, yet he's almost certain to get fewer points than Mourinho did at Man United, and even if he does win the Europa League, he hasn't won a double either.

He's definitely declined and became more miserable, but I don't think he's finished.
 
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atypical_boro

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2, Inter in 2011/12 and Chelsea in 2014/15.

He's won the league, two League Cups and a European title in the last 6 years.
It's not outstanding, but I don't think that's too bad.

He got Tottenham to a League Cup final and was bizarrely denied the opportunity to contest it.

Solskjær is being lauded this season for being 2nd in the table and reaching a European final, yet he's almost certain to get fewer points than Mourinho did at Man United, and even if he does win the Europa League, he hasn't won a double either.

He's definitely declined and became more miserable, but I don't think he's finished.
Haven't you missed out Real Madrid?

In my head it was 1 title in last 8 seasons but haven't checked.
 

zorro_mfc

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He still enjoys a good reputation in Italy.
Not among the media he doesn’t it was almost civil war towards the end of his tenure at inter.

mainly because he kept reminding them how great England was.

put it this way no one refers him as the special one in Italy

but no arguing with his record.
 

atypical_boro

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Not among the media he doesn’t it was almost civil war towards the end of his tenure at inter.

mainly because he kept reminding them how great England was.

put it this way no one refers him as the special one in Italy

but no arguing with his record.
I think Inter fans liked him though? Granted that's irrelevant to what Roma fans think.
 
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