A lot of rumours about managerial movements across Europe has been on the headlines in the past month or so, I gathered every manager and his possible move and review it a little.
Neil Lennon to Everton – The redhead manager, led Celtic to her 44th Scottish League title, and still can secure a double if he will beat Hibernian in the cup final is one of the favourites to be David Moyes’ successor (bit.ly/16cjirn ) at Evert0n, Celtic is the first station in Lennon’s managerial career as he looks to get into the spotlight of the English Football, he managed 121 games in the Scottish league win 90 of them and lost only 16 (74.38% win percentage), he has 3 titles under his belt (2 championships and 1 cup) and for me, he is the only manager that can lead Everton to success in Europe and finally win them a title.
Jose Mourinho to Chelsea – Maybe the most realistic manager transfer that will happen this summer, the special one has hinted about a possible return to the bridge. He claimed that he has unfinished business with the blues, every Chelsea fan want to see him in the blues dugout next season after saying farewell to the Spanish manager that won us the Europa League cup yesterday (Wednesday). Mourinho stats are incredible, he made Chelsea a machine, won with Porto the Champions League as well as at Inter. In his time at Chelsea he won twice the Premier League (and the first Premier League for Chelsea), 1 FA Cup, 2 League Cups and 1 Community Shield, he won 124 games out of 185 in all competitions and has a 67.03% win percentage.
Carlo Ancelotti to Real Madrid – The only manager to win the English League title, Italian League title and the French League title, is Carlo Ancelotti and he did it with Milan, Chelsea and most currently PSG, just like Mancini at City, Ancelotti enjoyed a big budget to get into the team some world-wide name and he did it he brought the best centre half Thiago Silva, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the next Pirlo Marco Verratti and more, he can do it again at Real Madrid and maybe clean some of the mistakes that Morinho has done there and add the La Liga title into his amazing resume.
Roberto Mancini to PSG – Can follow the footsteps of Ancelotti after winning the Serie A with Inter Milan and then the famous dramatic title with City last year and if he goes to PSG he can add to his career another title, Ligue 1, and be the second manager to win titles in England, Italy and France. After a disappointing reign at Manchester, Mancini was sacked two days after losing the FA Cup final to Wigan, the Premier League to Man Utd and haven’t been amazing as both Man City fans and owners expected him.
Manuel Pellegrini to Man City – One of the most impressive managers for me, he led Villareal to the Chamions League semi-final but lost to Arsenal, he had a short career at Santiago Bernabeu and now he has a new project ‘Malaga’, that team, with not a lot of money and not a lot of stars, made it into the quarter-final of the Champions League. which they lost in a heart-breaking finale as Santana (BVB’s defender) sent Dortmund to face Madrid in the semi final just minute before the whistle, Pellegrini has a reputation of making team bigger and stronger if he has a chance. And that’s exactly what Man City need.
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