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He really is a shit manager isn't he?

 

:lol:

 

*Head's off to try and find that article.*

 

:aww:

 

TOTTENHAM have just found themselves Juan hell of a manager.

 

For Juande Ramos is the man Spurs have been crying out for years.

 

Think of Arsene Wenger, throw in a bit of Alex Ferguson and mix it up with Jose Mourinho — and you get Ramos.

 

For the players he is a mentor, a teacher, a man who loves spectacular, attacking football like Wenger.

 

Go out of form, take your eye of the ball and you are dropped even if you are Beckham or Van Nistelrooy. Work your socks off and you are in the team for good — just like Sir Alex.

 

If you need your manager to be a leader, a friend, a confidante — just like Mourinho — then Ramos is your man.

 

Jermain Defoe, things are looking up for you today. You WILL play because Ramos does not care about names, reputations or transfer fees.

 

And the fans can rejoice because Ramos WILL deliver.

 

He has never failed, taking teams from oblivion and putting them on the map — and you would struggle to find a player who has a bad word about him.

 

Ramos led Seville into the Champions League for the first time and won back-to-back UEFA Cups, a Spanish Cup and the European Super Cup.

 

He guided lowly Malaga to 10th place — their highest La Liga finish. When he left they got relegated. When he was in charge of Rayo Vallecano he got them to the UEFA Cup. Even though they got a fair-play spot they had still finished ninth.

 

Next stop was newly-promoted Real Betis and he led them to a UEFA Cup spot in his first season, narrowly missing out on a Champions League place.

 

His only mishap was at Espanyol when he was sacked eight games into the season after a fall-out with the directors over signings.

 

A close friend of Ramos said last night: The word that best defines Juande is justice. He is a just man, a fair man.

 

Ramos goes out of his way to be a friend to his players. He wins their trust by being fair.

 

The new Spurs boss will always play the most in-form players. He will drop Dimitar Berbatov if he has to and will not think twice about it.

 

Last year, Seville paid 5million for striker Ernesto Chevanton, a massive fee for them. But he hardly got a game.

 

He did not convince Ramos. Like Andriy Shevchenko failed to convince Mourinho — despite a 30m transfer fee.

 

By contrast, Fredi Kanoute and Louis Fabiano were irreplaceable.

 

In fact, even youngster Kepa Blanco — who spent the second half of last season on loan to West Ham — played ahead of Chevanton.

 

Ramos always prefers a rigid 4-4-2 system with two strikers. He only ever changes it to 4-4-1-1, with a second striker behind the targetman, when Seville play away from home against big clubs like Real Madrid or Barcelona.

 

He adapts his game to the squad he inherits and, like Wenger, those who have played under his guidance have increased their value.

 

Players like Joaquin at Betis and Daniel Alves at Seville burst on to the world scene under his guidance. Kanoute left Spurs as a flop and scored 20 Liga goals last season.

 

Yet Ramos is different to the legendary three Premier League managers in one way — he is always calm, does not remonstrate with referees, does not moan.

 

He is serene as another close pal of his described. Whether that will change in these shores remains to be seen.

 

Unlike Mourinho, he will never court headlines and although very polite and courteous to the media — he will always give an interview — he does steer clear of controversy.

 

Barcelona were planning to replace Frank Rijkaard with Ramos if the Dutchman left at the end of the season. Real, too, were always following him closely.

 

However Ramos has been studying English for some time.

 

Last year, he won the prestigious �Miguel Munoz� trophy for the best manager in Spain.

 

In his homeland he is rated among the best two Spanish managers along with Liverpool’s Rafa Benitez.

 

But unlike the under-fire Liverpool boss Ramos loves to play attacking football. 

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lost 3-1 yesterday didn't he, been on the cards for a while.

 

On the cards for a while? He was only in charge for six weeks.

 

haven't they lost 6 out of their last 10?

 

I know they have been playing poorly but I wouldn't exactly say the six weeks he has been in charge constitutes as a while.  :thup:

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lost 3-1 yesterday didn't he, been on the cards for a while.

 

On the cards for a while? He was only in charge for six weeks.

 

haven't they lost 6 out of their last 10?

 

I know they have been playing poorly but I wouldn't exactly say the six weeks he has been in charge constitutes as a while.  :thup:

 

6 defeats outta 10, I bet it felt like a hell of a long time for Ramos :pow:

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