View Poll Results: Where will De Boer lead us this season?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJM View Post
    as much as I love Handa and Icardi...their heads could very well be compromised by their stupid teammates...in a sense of apathetic behavior...Handa was that in Genova for sure...he looked like:I'm so fucking done with this shit" tbh...and I don't even blame them...

    I think we need a revolution in many areas of the pitch...complete overhaul like Bbilan did in the summer...and they are fucking growing now as we are crumbling down like every year...FUCK,FUCK,FUCK!

    maybe giving up on Handa,Icardi,Perisic...etc. and the other losers is the only play that is available to do better now!

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    YES DO THAT. I have no problem with selling our top players but Skriniar.

    and keep Spalletti

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    Wow no wonder these fuckers fail season after season, they don't deserve our money or time at this point.

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    we need Materazzi in the locker room asap

    something similar to what happened in Milan when they had Seedorf as a coach and Gattuso was an assistant running around screaming at the players on the pitch etc
    Inter is coming

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    Jose on Rashford: "I read a quote from the worst manager in the history of the Premier League, Frank De Boer - seven matches, seven losses - that Marcus would not learn under me. If Marcus would be coached by Frank, he would learn how to lose."


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    Yeah just read it.....sick burn Jose. And very dumb by FdB, but I guess he's trying to get in the news cycle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nerazzurri4life View Post
    Yeah just read it.....sick burn Jose. And very dumb by FdB, but I guess he's trying to get in the news cycle.
    He was on a dutch talkshow about football. The funny thing was he was telling everyone how important it is to be ''the boss'' in the dressing room and the players respect their coach. (Younes of Ajax refused to join the match as a sub so he was talking about that) but he never was the leader at Inter nor Crystal Palace.

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    I think he is one of those coaches who may have had good ideas coming out of Ajax & Barcelona but he has zero management skills when it comes to conveying his methods, ideas and establishing a rapport with players, if you don't have that you wont be able to coach in a lot of top clubs. Kinda strikes like me like Van Gaal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K.I. View Post
    I think he is one of those coaches who may have had good ideas coming out of Ajax & Barcelona but he has zero management skills when it comes to conveying his methods, ideas and establishing a rapport with players, if you don't have that you wont be able to coach in a lot of top clubs. Kinda strikes like me like Van Gaal.
    Yeah, having ideas is all good but selling that idea to players is biggest task. Van Gaal was at least successful so he had respect from players, however short lived it was.

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    With Van Gaal i don't know how his early coaching career went because before he was successful he had to build up his resume, i wonder how he was perceived back then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K.I. View Post
    With Van Gaal i don't know how his early coaching career went because before he was successful he had to build up his resume, i wonder how he was perceived back then.
    Yeah I don't know how it was. All I know is he was assistant and promoted to coach. Then his team was respected so much and is still talked about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K.I. View Post
    With Van Gaal i don't know how his early coaching career went because before he was successful he had to build up his resume, i wonder how he was perceived back then.
    Didn't he win Champions League in like his first years? Immeditly respect
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    Google and Youtube are some next level shit though. That's like air at this point.
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    The difference between hazard and candreva is bigger than the difference between candreva and me, and i dont even play football

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    Yah, 3rd year according to Wiki.

    Not to take anything away from him, but that Ajax team was insane.
    Last edited by K.I.; 13 Mar 18 at 16:41.

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    Van Gaal in his early years successfully integrated players from Ajax youth with those purchased from other clubs. He also gave the marching orders to those who didn't fit his views. Always an authoritarian with rigid tactical ideas, I don't think he'd achieved all those titles had it not been for significant backing from the Ajax management - given despite the fact that Van Gaal didn't see eye to eye with Cruyff.

    De Boer clearly lacks man-management skills, probably trying to emulate Van Gaal's hard-line approach, but without the backing of his superiors, even his merits will be ignored.

    It must be said players now are much more pampered than they were when Van Gaal started on this business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quantum View Post
    Van Gaal in his early years successfully integrated players from Ajax youth with those purchased from other clubs. He also gave the marching orders to those who didn't fit his views. Always an authoritarian with rigid tactical ideas, I don't think he'd achieved all those titles had it not been for significant backing from the Ajax management - given despite the fact that Van Gaal didn't see eye to eye with Cruyff.

    De Boer clearly lacks man-management skills, probably trying to emulate Van Gaal's hard-line approach, but without the backing of his superiors, even his merits will be ignored.

    It must be said players now are much more pampered than they were when Van Gaal started on this business.
    Thanks for the insight!

    I think Ajax always were successful as a club in bringing up their youth players, and the fact that he didn't work with others who didn't fit his views is not a good thing for a coach in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K.I. View Post
    Yah, 3rd year according to Wiki.

    Not to take anything away from him, but that Ajax team was insane.
    Yeah, imagine having 2 de Boer and not 1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Candreva Crosses View Post
    Yeah, imagine having 2 de Boer and not 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by K.I. View Post

    I think Ajax always were successful as a club in bringing up their youth players, and the fact that he didn't work with others who didn't fit his views is not a good thing for a coach in my opinion.
    This was indeed his problem at Ajax. He loved to play with youth players because they knew already how to play and to would listen to him. Players who had an own opinion had it difficult with de Boer because he couldn't deal with that. Had amazing years at Ajax with alot of youth players who are now top players (Eriksen, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Blind etc) but these were guys who were young and already used to play the ''Ajax formation''. And lets not forget that Ajax would back up de Boer with everything he did also the fans backed him up so he could do anything he wants. Then if you leave for Inter where there are players who doesn't feel like playing this style or have a own opinion you have a problem if you don't know how to fixed this. This problem will always return as long as de Boer doesn't change his view on this.

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    Some more Frank wisdom:

    Frank de Boer admits he was not ready to coach Inter but claims he was undermined by ‘poison’ in the dressing room.

    Inter appointed De Boer on the eve of last season after Roberto Mancini walked away but sacked the Dutchman just 14 games into his tenure.

    “You see Guardiola in his first year,” he told the Independent.

    “[Gio] Van Bronckhorst at Feyenoord, when he lost seven games in a row. Everybody said he’s got to be fired. Next year he was champion.

    “I had one friendly game against Celtic, and then I had to do my preseason in the season.

    “That’s so difficult, especially at a club like Inter. Not only from the President you get some trouble, but also the press.

    “Agents have a lot of influence. You have to really be prepared. And I wasn’t that well-prepared, at that moment, for Inter.

    “You have three groups. One who is happy. Then players who are doubtful, but still feel they have a chance.

    “And then, you have the losers at that moment, who will go to the second group and try to influence them.

    “They are poison for your team. At Inter, and also at Crystal Palace, you’ve got to get rid of those players.

    “That’s sometimes difficult, because you say, ‘I want him out’, but then the President says, ‘Yeah, but that costs me money.’ And in the end, you’re stuck with all the same players.”

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    Fucking hell. We get it this club is a poison. Move on Frank.
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