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He sure gets around, but that said he's enjoyed success, what he needs to do is find youth players that mixes into his playing style. I think he relies a bit heavily on people he's worked with in the past a little too much.

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9 hours ago, Chris said:

He sure gets around, but that said he's enjoyed success, what he needs to do is find youth players that mixes into his playing style. I think he relies a bit heavily on people he's worked with in the past a little too much.

Chris, "I think he relies heavily on people he's worked with in the past a little too much"? Since leaving Notts, FC Eindhoven, Randers, Trencin...he hasn't signed any players he has worked with before

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