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Barkley in a Gerrard type number 10 role that Rafa put him in behind Torres would be interesting to see.

 

With his double pivot behind of Sean Longstaff(In his Rafa form) and a new signing like Soumare alongside him.

 

Burnsie. Can I ask why you have multiple Twitter accounts, which you use to talk to yourself & back yourselfup on? Can I also ask why you blocked me for calling you out for your racist behaviour? Can I ask why you were threatening a teenage (underage) girl on twitter after she exposed the dm's you were sending her, are you not married with a kid? But most of all. Can I ask if you ever found those aliens?

 

You. Are a wrangun, not many people on here will know but they will eventually.

 

You should ask him.

 

Take this shit to PMs

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What’s the status of football in China? Mind, don’t fancy paying £20m for something which was ours a year ago. Probably a daft way of looking at it but I’m a Scrooge. It’s going to be hard to rid of that mindset.

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What’s the status of football in China? Mind, don’t fancy paying £20m for something which was ours a year ago. Probably a daft way of looking at it but I’m a Scrooge. It’s going to be hard to rid of that mindset.

 

Season was supposed to start in February, obviously hasn't, and as yet there's no confirmed start date.

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Has anyone clarified whether or not he can just hand his notice in?

 

Marca say “No”.  https://www.marca.com/en/football/international-football/2019/12/04/5de7830e22601d6e4b8b45f0.html

 

Someone, maybe you?, keeps posting that Chinese law stipulates that he can just walk away. I’m dubious. Keep hoping that somebody back the idea up.

 

Nope, it's not me posting it. It's me asking it :lol:

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Has anyone clarified whether or not he can just hand his notice in?

 

Marca say “No”.  https://www.marca.com/en/football/international-football/2019/12/04/5de7830e22601d6e4b8b45f0.html

 

Someone, maybe you?, keeps posting that Chinese law stipulates that he can just walk away. I’m dubious. Keep hoping that somebody back the idea up.

 

That article is from last year he now only has 17 months left on his contract he’s not on a long 4 or 5 year contract.

 

I reckon he’d be cheaper than is being made out.

 

Apparently he tried to get a mutual termination in January when the China FA changed all the rules meaning they can’t buy any expensive star players anymore and all their signings have to be low wage capped signings.

 

But apparently the owner convinced him to continue instead of leaving but since then Covid has hit and they haven’t been able to start their season.

 

Will Dalian be wanting to continue to pay a manager £1million a month for doing nothing since November or will they think to cash in.

 

I don’t think it would be that hard to get him you’ve potentially got a deal that suits all parties.

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Has anyone clarified whether or not he can just hand his notice in?

 

Marca say “No”.  https://www.marca.com/en/football/international-football/2019/12/04/5de7830e22601d6e4b8b45f0.html

 

Someone, maybe you?, keeps posting that Chinese law stipulates that he can just walk away. I’m dubious. Keep hoping that somebody back the idea up.

 

That article is from last year he now only has 17 months left on his contract he’s not on a long 4 or 5 year contract.

 

I reckon he’d be cheaper than is being made out.

 

Apparently he tried to get a mutual termination in January when the China FA changed all the rules meaning they can’t buy any expensive star players anymore and all their signings have to be low wage capped signings.

 

But apparently the owner convinced him to continue instead of leaving but since then Covid has hit and they haven’t been able to start their season.

 

Will Dalian be wanting to continue to pay a manager £1million a month for doing nothing since November or will they think to cash in.

 

I don’t think it would be that hard to get him you’ve potentially got a deal that suits all parties.

 

 

 

I guess that’s what George Caulkin meant by incredibly complicated situation.

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That article is from last year he now only has 17 months left on his contract he’s not on a long 4 or 5 year contract.

 

I reckon he’d be cheaper than is being made out.

 

 

Its not just him though is it? Its the staff who went with him to Chyna too who Rafa would want to bring back. Could be expensive.

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Rafa would be a dream come true.  I don't think there will be a massive xfer kitty but enough to fill the holes with quality players and shift some deadwood.  There will be a massive investment in infrastructure.  I'd love to see Rafa see his dream to completion.  And it seems like with the situation in China, the stars may be aligning for a return.

 

Poch has been campaigning for the job and he's my 2nd choice.

 

Both would be fastidious in their preparation.

 

 

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Has anyone clarified whether or not he can just hand his notice in?

 

Marca say “No”.  https://www.marca.com/en/football/international-football/2019/12/04/5de7830e22601d6e4b8b45f0.html

 

Someone, maybe you?, keeps posting that Chinese law stipulates that he can just walk away. I’m dubious. Keep hoping that somebody back the idea up.

 

That's me but I don't 'keep posting it', I posted that under Chinese labour law you can quit your job with 30 days notice no matter what it says in your contract.  I also said I have no idea if this applies to Rafa or if there were things like registrations for managers (as with players) that he'd have to be released from before he could take another job.  I have no idea if he can or can't do this as I said when I posted it, I just said that that's the law here.

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