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VAR is useless, refs have too much ego's to check it
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The decision needs to be clear cut for the ref's original decision to be overturned. Thats how it works in cricket in the event of an LBW, if the call is too close, it goes to umpire's original decision, which is the right way of doing it.

In today's match it was a fairly clear non-dive and should have been overturned. Like you said, why it wasn't is seriously worrying. All the pundits said it was a penalty.

The only thing I can think of is that Willian jumped and didn't go fully down, his yellow card for diving should have at the very least been overturned. It was a very 'Mike Dean in front of a television' type decision lol.
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The pundits on my network said the ref got it right. I thought if there is contact you can go down. Def contact on willian's decision. Other than that, the ref got everything else right except for showing 2nd yellow in sequence to morata's sending off.
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I can kind of see it not being given, there is contact but Willian didn't go down which doesn't help his case. But his yellow should have been rescinded, and why it wasn't I don't know, wasn't that the point of VAR?

The 2nd yellow for Morata is rare but he needs to know better then to mess with a referee who is looking for an excuse to send Chelsea players off.
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Referring to a post I made a few pages back, I think we have to reassess the way we deal with fouls/dives/cards, especially when those plays happen inside the box. I don't think every play with contact should be a foul, and I don't think every non-foul in the box should be simulation. Ideally the VAR is there to clear this up, but I still think the rules are too rigid.
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I think its been good so far, the only hiccup is Willian's yellow should have been rescinded because he didn't dive.

The refs will make their donkey decisions still, but atleast with VAR, the really bad and obvious calls, like the Arsenal non penalty against West Brom, or the West Brom clear penalty at Arsenal will be eliminated.
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It's been a week or two since being used so chill. Let some of your steam cool off first
Kane already with 20 goals, Salah a winger with 18 and its only January. Wonder if both can go on and break the 31 goal set by Suarez and Ronaldo.
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Kane will break it easily because he scores too many hat tricks...It will be little tough for Salah
Their situation is different though. At Tottenham all the players Son, Ericksen, Dele Alli, Lamela etc, are told to pass the ball to Kane whenever there is an opportunity kinda like at Real Madrid everyone is told to pass the ball to Ronaldo whenever they create something but at Liverpool its a different story players aren't forced to pass it to Salah he has to make it for himself hence why Firmino is also in double digits for goals and Mane is not far off, the goals are spread around the team at Liverpool.
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Goal record is 34, not 31.
@FoorballisCity: You need to watch us more. Son and Dele are not passing if they can score trust me, they both can be quite greedy. Kane just shoots on sight if there is an opportunity no matter the angle lol.
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@Bwfyid stats are important, they say there is power in numbers, Kane is the only player in your team thats in double digits for goals there is a reason for that. City Liverpool have many players on double digits because goals are spread out. Its also one way Poch and Tottenham can keep Kane at the club for as long as it can to keep him happy they tell everyone to pass him the ball. Ok there will be instances when Dele or Son will have a go on their own but most of the time they play the ball to Kane.
@FootballisCity:

Liverpool have 2 players on double-digits(only league), one of which hit double figures this week, as opposed to 1 for Spurs.

City who score a lot many goals and have more goalscorers have 2 as well.

Kane has missed 10 big chances, compared to 15 for Salah, 12 for Aguero. It seems he has scored more goals, missed less big chances. For a team that tells everyone to pass to Kane, it still seems Salah gets more chances organically(going by your logic, however fallible it is)


Son has 8 goals, eriksen 6, Dele 5 and countless chances missed. A bit too much for a team that only passes to Kane.

For last couple of seasons, we had the most number of players in double figures for goals, which I doubt they could have if all they did was pass it to Kane.
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@FootballisCity: I can definitely understand why you would think that considering the ridiculous number of goals that Kane scores, I'm just trying to tell you that it is not the case that everyone looks for Kane. Kane is the Striker so he will get the most opportunities but that is normal.

The team is the biggest thing for Poch, everybody plays for each other. That said there have been occasions where everyone has looked for Kane. The last 2 games last season when he was going for the golden boot where he scored 3 and 4 goals. Also the last two games off 2017 where he bagged two hatricks. Maybe we should do it more often lol
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In prem this season Mo Salah has been passed to 994 times. Kane has been passed to 798 times. Elementary I know but as you say FootballIsCity "Stats are important"

I know you've only been on this forum since September but you've already said some pretty hilarious things mate.

My personal favourite:

" KDB is the best in Europe because Messi is South American"
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If you watch Spurs play you'll notice that Kane gets involved in the game by himself, as all good strikers must. It's not as simple as saying "Spurs are told to feed Kane the ball." It certainly helps Kane that the attack runs through him as the focal point to an extent, but there are plenty of times when Dele Alli takes it on for himself, Son too.

I think the reason you see City and Liverpool with more spread out goals is because they both play with non-traditional CFs, whereas Kane is still the more traditional frontman, just with endless amounts more skill on and off the ball.
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@PaddySpurs4Life i have been on this forum since the Mark Hughes times at City, i just went off and then came back and then went off again and so on...i was 12 or 13 years old back then ... considering that i have been on here for much longer than you have....994 were passed to Salah on the wing of which most of them he crossed back into to penalty box for Firmino, Can etc...but the 798 to Kane were mostly direct on goal see the difference?? The KdB comment about him being the best in Europe was said by Jupp Heynckes the Bayern Munich coach now are you saying you know football better than him?? i hope you answer this one :D I'm eager to find out what you would say?

There is a reason why a certain genius of a coach called tottenham the "Harry Kane team" ... like it or not but it is what it is.

That said nothing is wrong with playing however you want whoever you want to pass the ball to as long as it gives you the 3 points in the bag and an attacking football game for the spectators.
Dunning–Kruger effect.
@FootballisCity, say what you want but judging by the comments I read from you; this is the stat I believe:

Member Since 14th September, 2017

Just another bandwagon City fan.

You clearly don't watch Spurs play. If you did, you would know exactly how ridiculous your comments look.

Kane's goal tally comes from his ability to put the ball in the back of the net from any ridiculous angle. The team is not told to "just pass to Kane" And the comment from your so called Genius coach who has an unlimited bank to buy players was ignorant. He also back peddled what he said.
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"the 798 to Kane were mostly direct on goal"

You do realise that makes 0 sense matey.

And Heynckes was saying De Bruyne is the best in Europe (thats including Messi and Ronaldo) which is a fair (but imo wrong) opinion.
You then said he is the best because Messi is Argentinian and thus De Bruyne is the best in Europe. See where you went wrong?

You do realise that managers can be mistaken yeah? Pep has been wrong before, so has Heynckes and I'm certain you've made a habit out of it. Just because you manage a football team doesn't make you a god. Get your tongue out of Pep's arse its embarrassing.
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Keep Salah out of this, his main job is to create opportunities irrespective of him or his team mates, he does that well.

As long as Mane, Firmino or Salah are on the scoresheet. We gucci.
all im gonna say is "a footytube fan named PaddySpurs thinks he knows football better than a Bayern Munich coach." how many flaws do you see in that sentence? i see a gazillion but I'm not gonna list them all, aint got no time for that.

@Weathers are you serious? you make it sound like you have been here since 1995? you only joined 1 year before me (2016) under this account. But i had AgueroCity before this and had technical difficulties with it. Before that i had an account way back when Mark Hughes was at City.
I rest my case
Son is the most egoistic footballer on the British Isles. He gets away with it because he is so adorable and scores some wicked goals. But he sure ain't no feeder for Kane..!
Now a clever man would put money on Swansea to win their next game
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Or or a hopeful Spurs supporter
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Or both
Should have mentioned a 'Draw', would've made more sense.
We are on a 18 match unbeaten streak.
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What if this is the only L city take in the league this season? I got say though it is an honor to be a fan of the team that handed the best team in the league its 1st loss. That being said hopefully we finish 2nd this season. Congrats on the title man City fans.
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Jesus mate don't give up yet! You know how quickly this league can turn.
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It's a c*** move to announce a title winner before its confirmed.
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U mad bro? Lol I am hoping i jinx it and we get the title ;)
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I'm hoping you both jinx it and WE win the title
Just pretty common decency among football fans to not make statements like this. Its poor character.
Haha u being professional now
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Decency from people on this website or on the internet in general? You must be new...

People have been saying City will be champions for a while now, not sure why this post is any different.
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Never heard this common decency angle before
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Kinglucas trying to jinx us.
Its crazy that in a season where the title was pretty much won the quickest ever, we are seeing some brilliant games between the top 6:

Liverpool 4-3 City
Arsenal 3-3 Liverpool
Arsenal 1-3 Utd
Arsenal 2-2 Chelsea

did i miss any others?
Arsenal: Clearly in the league for entertainment
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UTD-City just the hype for the match
Arsenal vs Leicester
Leicester vs Man U

Dishonourable mention
Chelsea vs Arsenal
Man U vs S'oton
Shya- Good one lol!
lol I'm serious though. Even the Leicester game - season opener on Friday night was f*****g lights out. What do all these games have in common? Us conceding large amounts of goals! Then we also give you Arsenal fan tv where famous phrases like "theo walcott was born off sides" It's Arsene Wenger in a nutshell really. He's the last of his kind, the only of his kind. Just wants to play entertaining football no matter what the end result.
Ok footytubers what are your score prediction for Liverpool vs City game. I will start:

Liverpool 1:3 City

I know, I know the last time City won a PL game at Anfield was in 2003 before it was actually founded (2008) lol...
Same score line but switch the teams
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I agree with Lucas
Nice try :P
what a match i knew Pool would win but i didn't think the match will be this high scoring
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"Liverpool was slipping again, but not enough time this time".
^ hahah agreed, Liverpool defense is leaky especially when we have a lead..
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King lucas was almot right :o
Could’ve easily had more than 4 goals. Didn’t need a red card either to do it
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I'll be traveling to the U.K. late September what's the best way to go about getting tickets to a match? I've heard getting tickets to the top teams are nearly impossible
We have a lot of empty seats, I'm sure we can do something about it, maybe you don't even have to pay, in fact we'll pay you for filling one of those seats.

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/TSfa2FrVuM8/maxresdefault.jpg

The offer is limited to one per person, non-transferable, and may require you to hold a cardboard person next to you.
So everyone, in terms of turning bad/average teams into good/excellent teams, who would you say are the best three managers in the world? I know that Guardiola has only ever managed clubs with great existing players or a massive war chest to spend, but can someone tell me more about Mourinho's time at Porto, Inter Milan, Chelsea, Madrid and whether they saw a marked improvement from a lot of the players. Also Ancelotti I'm interested in.

For me, with bias, I'd say:

1) Simeone
2) Conte
3) Pochettino
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So you consider Fabian Delph to be great? Given his recent performances I guess you would think that.

1) Pep
2) Simeone
3) Pochentino
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1. Jose
2. Simeone
3. Conte

To the questions - "Turning bad/average teams into good/excellent"

Like you already mentioned Pep is yet to manage a bad or average team. I would have included Pocho if he has won a trophy, but that is the only thing missing right now.

Jose has had good money to spend at Chelsea , Real and United only. He did a great job at Inter , Porto winning CL. As much as i hate him he deserves 1st place for the question you asked.
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Idk, Pep completely transformed that struggling Barca team and took big risks removing the likes of Dinho and Deco, bringing in Messi, introducing the world to Pedro, who was unknown at the time. Barcelona won just 2 titles out of 9 seasons before Pep, with Pep the would go on to win 4 titles out of the next 5 seasons.

Mourinho put Chelsea on the map, but he had a warchest, still, the purchases he made in 2004 would create our golden era; Drogba (35m), Cole (10m), Cech (10m), Carvalho (30m), Terry (free), Essien (30m) etc. (numbers aren't exact, close)

So in terms of making average teams into excellent teams I would rank Mourinho and Pep very highly in fact.

1) Pep/Mourinho
2) see above
3) Conte

Conte took Chelsea, who finished 7th the season prior, and spent an average amount in today's market, and won the title at a canter. Exceptional feat, no one expected it. His Juve feat is even better.

Pochetinno would be 3rd if he had won a trophy. Simeone would be 3rd last season if he won UCL. But not many can displace Mourinho and Pep imo.

Special mention to SAF, how his United team won the title that last season is beyond me, Anderson, fletcher, Carrick in midfield i think, aging berbatov and chicarito in attack, jesus, testament to SAF.

Klopp of 2010-2012 would easily be #1, not today tho.

@Silva, its interesting to see that you include 2 coaches who won nothing in the last 2 seasons over someone like a Conte.
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Correction bluff we finished 10th the season before. Although i'm sure many would jump and say it was a title winning side which Conte got gifted from Jose and he dint have CL.
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@BluFFmaster, very well and fair assessment!!

As you pointed it out, at the moment we have Pep/Jose and then the rest of the managers.

Reading over and over about these excuses to discredit Pep's achievements is getting old. I'll leave this Sky Sport article that was written back in Nov about how

"Pep Guardiola is making his critics look foolish at Manchester City"

http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11679/11134401/pep-guardiola-is-making-his-critics-look-foolish-at-manchester-city
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At inter Jose had it easy cos other top teams in the Seria A such as Juventus Fiorentina Milan were all hit with fines and point deductions due to match fixing, Juve spent a very long time in the Seria B and was wounded pretty badly and Inter was financially well off. At Porto he had the best team in Portugal, Benefica was nowhere near Porto at that time. At Madrid he didnt win sh*t apart from one league title, Pep handed his ass to him so many times, just look at head to head games they played Pep has way more wins over Jose. At Chelsea the Abramovich era was starting at that time nobody was competing there was no City so it was obviously easy cos he only had one opponent United. And at United right now we all see the negative anti-footballing tactics he's employing, i know so many united fans that dislike him for this. Some were chanting we are not f*cking Stoke to be playing with 6 at the back, all you have to do is youtube it.

I really don't get how ppl can have him anywhere on the list.

Pep
Wenger
Benitez

He transformed that barca team into world class, before him they won just 1 champions league title over 5 years or something. He completely changed the way they play obviously. Most importantly he always leaves a legacy behind him, Barca still won the league the year after thanks to his philosophy. Also should mention the national team of Spain employed his tactics and it was thanks to Pep's philosophy and tactics that they were so successful they never employed Jose's tactics. After that at Bayern, German national team did the exact same thing they played the way Pep plays. There is talk that Southgate wants to employ Pep's tactics at the world cup apparently he's in talks with Pep about his tactics quite often considering almost half of City's starting line up are England's national team Walker, Delph, Sterling, Stones etc..

Pep has improved so many youngsters just look at Sane, Sterling, Gabriel...Its no coincidence that almost all players around the world want to play for Pep, West Ham players were asking Bernardo what Pep does to players how does he improve them his tactics etc, you never hear that about Jose, i guess who wants to hear about tactics where you play a striker as a left back.

Infact Jose makes players worse, look at Hazard under Jose he was definitely not happy playing left back under Jose and didnt give 100% for the team, so he didnt improve him but did the opposite, there are many other examples like that but thats just one.
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@Paddy, that's unfair to Pep and completely discredits what his done. I suggest you look into it.

For me:

1. Pep: How he elevated Barca from Rijkaard team to his world dominating side, amazing. Considering it was his first stint as manager the pressure he was facing, I don't know how he did it. Managed to keep Xavi from leaving, brought in youngsters and improved the whole team. Those players went on to help Spain win the world cup. Now his doing it at City, so called over hyped talent like Stones and Sterling are killing it atm.

2. Simeone: If Cholo had won the UCl in 2014 or 2016, I would actually put him ahead of Pep, he didn't have nearly as much options to work around but through his style of football and passion, his arguably more important than the players themselves. His players went to another level, got sold but he brought on others to lead the lines and the result was just as good if not better.

3. Poch: The only shame is his yet to even lift a trophy as a manager let alone with the Spurs but so many players improved under him like Kane, Alli, Rose, Walker, Son etc.
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To be fair, pep had Messi. That's like the ultimate cheat code.
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Hazard played his best football under Jose. He was unplayable in that tittle winning season. I don't think has improved from that. I mean if you can't see why Jose is one of the best managers in the world, that is surely because you cloud your judgement with your emotions. Pep and Jose are best in the world right now.
He clearly told "Turning bad/average teams into good/excellent" and now the thread is slowly Turning into who is best into world right now...I'm sure everyone agrees Pep is no.1 right now followed by maybe Jose which is debatable. But that was not even the point of discussion.

Bluff- Sorry how was Barca team which Pep took Average/Bad beyond everything. He sure made a already good team into unbeatable which is different discussion all together. Topic here is was totally something else. Simeone/Jose/Conte/Poch have all worked at clubs with low budget and average struggling teams before. Unfortunately Pep dint get that opportunity yet.


Moe- Your talking about Stones , Sterling killing and Pep managing to hold-on to Pep (No idea he wanted to leave Barca)

But you ignore that Pocho has made Kane into top striker in the world. Eriksen , Alli & many more have over performed at Spurs under him. He took Spurs from out of top-4 to finish above spending powers like City , United and Chelsea over 3 seasons with almost 1/10th of spending.

Same was done by Conte at Juve where he took team which was 7th and won 3 back to back titles developing like Pogba who he signed for free and revived Pirlo after signing him for free. At Chelsea he made forgotten player like Moses click , most overrated defender Luiz click etc.

Jose and Simeone have done same with many average and overrated player and developed them into worldclass.

I understand the bias which is totally fine...but your justification does not make any sense since the thread is not about who is best manager right now. Its about who has improved average/bad teams to win.

Barca were never average/bad team even under Raijkaard and even when Ronaldiniho was biggest star in world football.

Average/Bad team is one which finished out of top4 and were struggling make top-4.
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No emotions involved at all. When Jose was fired and Conte came in, Hazard was the first player to say "now we actually have training sessions"
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1) Poch - considering how he improved a team challenging for Europa league to challenging for title is amazing, and he is like the only top manager to give young players a chance to shine and he doesn't spent much compared to others eg Kane, Ali,Dier

2) Conte - who Conte wants and who he gets are different scenarios apart from Kante maybe Morata he has no says in transfers and he makes players like Cahill, Alonso, Willian, Luiz look decent and he got the team back on track after the horrors vs Burnley

3) Pep/Jose - Pep has made Sterling/Sane look like a different players to the ones last year, and Jose has made Lingard look a like a world class player and he has gotten the better of older players like A. Young
why does it have to be one or the other? pep cleared out a bunch of lazy, overpaid and unmotivated stars at Barcelona and pumped the team full of players from the academy which he had so much success with in the second division.

he is undoubtedly a very clever person, a very talented and thoughtful manager who is obsessed with football.

he was also blessed with players the calibre of puyol, iniesta, xavi and messi, some of the most talented players in the history of spanish (la liga) football, and indeed football in general.

It's not one or the other. it's both. he is incredibly talented, and has been incredibly lucky as well. he says it all the time. not every talented manager gets to work with messi, xavi, iniesta etc.
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Klopp's Dortmund
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Brendan Rodgers win % at Liverpool: 50.30%

Klopp win % at Liverpool: 49.54%

I know you said Dortmund, but he hasn't improved many players at Liverpool to my eyes.
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Lmao then u must not be following our games because that is a misleding stat. When Klolpp took over the team was around midtable after BR messed up, Suarez was sold etc. Not to mention he came in the middle of the season in to the mess without having much time to work with the team. When u have arguably the best player(Suarez) in the league at that time of course u are going to do better. Klopp has turned us in to a consistent top 4 team( depending on how we finish this season:). Its only a matter of time before that stat changes. Almost all the players are playing better under Klopp. I know because I watch them week in and week out. One of the main reasons for that stat was also not signing a good defender. Idk if that was his fault, the owner's fault, or the transfer staff's fault.

As far as Dortmund, I don't need to say much because he turned a side fighting for relegation and in major financial debt to one of the best teams in the world. This accomplishment solidifies what u mentioned in the original post.
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Conversation has skewed. Pep never had "bad/average" teams. The closest you get to for Jose is his Porto IMO. Otherwise they've only ever turned good teams into excellent teams.

Who turned an average team into a good team? I'd say Poch, particularly at Southampton. Who turned an average team into an excellent team? Ranieri won the title at Leicester. Simeone is probably the best choice overall because he made a higher-mid-table club a title winner and consistent 3rd place finisher.

1. Simeone
2. Ranieri
3. Poch
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My definition is different, an excellent team for me is one that lifts a trophy.

I consider that Ranieri Chelsea team an average team to what Jose transformed it too. At the time it was a very good team sure, reached UCL semis, but no trophies since the turn of the decade.

Barcelona team was pretty average as well, no trophies in two successive seasons.

Both transformed into serial trophy winning teams once Pep and Mourinho took over, I don't see how this doesn't count lol.
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damn i meant puyol not pique, my bad lmao
Bluff Just because Barca had two dry years does not make them average or bad club. They won League and CL 2 seasons before that and Messi had just started to get in after the legend Ronaldino period was over.

Ranieri CHelsea team were average which nobody is debating about. But calling Barca average because they had two seasons without winning league title is just not right.

Pep has not managed a average/bad team yet . Its not his mistake that only big teams can get him because he is that good.

Average/Bad team are

1. Spurs - Before Pocho took over
2. Chelsea - when Jose took over during his 1st spell
3. Juve - when conte took over
4. AM - when Simeone took over

All these guys took team from outside top-4 and made them what they are today.

Barca would still win trophies with likes of Messi , Xavi and Iniesta in that team. Pep's contribution is he made a already good team into a great team which would be another topic of discussion. Just an opinion
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Haha Bluff pass me what you are smoking. How can u call a team like Barca average? If u are consistently the 2nd, 3rd or even 4th best team in the 4 major euopean leagues( altough Seria A has declined a bit recently) then you are not average. That doesn't match with the definition of the word average. Teams like that are referred to us top teams.
They were a good side fine, but Pep transformed them into a much better side. You lot are wasting words on what is 'average' vs 'bad' vs 'good' lol.
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Confused on how and why Pochetino is included in this.... hes acheived the same as Harry Rednap.
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Bad/average teams to goood/excellent teams was the original post. Like Joeymac said conversation has skewed.
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ranieri with leicester. dude changed the game.
Haha count them another EPL superstar to La Liga. Surely this trend will stop at some point right? At least I hope it stops in LFC's case.
It's a cycle, it will one day but until then it seems-like Liverpool has become to Barca what Southampton is to Liverpool LOL.
I guess it's up to us or Chelsea to win the Champions League. Good luck to Pool and United though. Hope Virgil, Mane and Salah is enough. And people wonder why the PL teams don't win the CL more often.

I might be wrong but I believe if Spurs had Bale and Modric right now with the current crop of players along with Kyle Walker before we got him they would have won the league or gotten some form of silverware by now.
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I don't see what the big deal is. You know how many leagues there are to play in? We're so biased that the epl is the only league. Why? Because it gets the most media coverage and attention? You can argue that the leagues like seria a, bundesliga, and la liga are sick of players coming to the epl, where mainly the top 2-3 teams have all the world class players in their respective leagues.
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^ Just answer this question, when was the last time a PL team bought a real superstar from the big teams in other leagues? Every time I see Real or Barcelona come knocking for players that are finished products or close, I can't remember the last time a PL team got a top world class player from any of the big teams, and don't say Morata from Real lol cause he still has someways to go to the top.

Let our Gabriel Jesus be goal banger the next couple of years and see how fast they come running for him. It's the same thing over and over with those clubs, and if clubs don't stand up to them they will always take home all the trophies. If you just want to be a selling club and don't win trophies fine, but I bet every fan would rather keep their world star player they have found or grown and win trophies instead of selling them and just remain being a good club that qualifies for something and never win anything.
Um Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil, Paul Pogba, Zlatan, Fabregas,
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City win the Champions league? Hmm.. good luck.
City are on a roll in PL but still won't be able to compete with Barca, PSG, Real or Atletico in CL imo.
+1
Wenger has been at the club 4 - 2 long ?
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https://i.pinimg.com/originals/34/08/94/3408944a5f3898dd182bb699d38cb82f.jpg
My favorite was "arsenal got stuck in the forrest 4 2 long" haha
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54
2
8
13
23
3
47
25
16
41
4
5
14
23
4
44
25
21
46
5
5
13
23
5
39
11
30
41
6
6
11
23
6
34
-1
20
19
7
7
9
23
7
31
2
32
34
8
7
8
23
8
27
-13
38
25
10
6
7
23
9
26
-9
42
33
11
5
7
23
10
25
-12
41
29
10
7
6
23
11
25
-12
33
21
10
7
6
23
12
24
-11
35
24
11
6
6
23
13
24
-20
39
19
11
6
6
23
14
23
-10
31
21
12
5
6
23
15
23
-12
29
17
10
8
5
23
16
21
-11
34
23
10
9
4
23
17
20
-27
50
23
13
5
5
23
18
19
-12
30
18
10
10
3
23
19
17
-21
35
14
14
5
4
23
20
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