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The faster the better. Was going to note that he wasn't the coach of those teams too, but I know almost nothing else about him.

 

My only hope as far as players go, is that we don't completely disregard any homegrown talent. I would absolutely hate for us to field a team of 10 mercenaries + a Greek goalie.

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He was a brilliant player and part of the Boca team along with Juan Roman Riquelme and Martin Palermo that dismantled the Real Madrid galcticos mark I in the Club World Cup.

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That would be an absolute shock. Would also prefer someone who has something to prove. Di Matteo just screams to me "Ranieri"

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So even more reason not to get him!

 

If he can fail with a team like Schalke, what hope do we have with him at PAOK's helm?

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Once again PAOK will go to Doorwerth in the Netherlands to prepare for the new season.

 

I do not know exactly when but I hope to see some friendly matches before leaving for my holidays to Greece.

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Well, I will take my PAOK-fanela with me to Greece, so there will be nothing of value at home when I'm gone.

I live in a village a few km south of Rotterdam. It's about 100 km of Doorwerth.

PAOK will probably have some friendlies in the neighbourhood and otherwise I don't mind driving.

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Good, and hopefully the other two will say no as well. Di Matteo would be stupid to ruin his reputation coming to the banana republic called Greece.

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Good, and hopefully the other two will say no as well. Di Matteo would be stupid to ruin his reputation coming to the banana republic called Greece.

 

I have my own republic ?  I didn't even know.

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You also look like a penis.

 

Now, this is when you need a translator.  Where is Skinny Joe these days ? ;)

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Arnesen seems to have selected your coach. He is Igor Tudor. He can probably learn a lot in Greece, his only experience as a coach is two years coaching Split in the Croatian first league.

 

You certainly didn't need to employ Arnesen to get this type of coach.

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What are you guys expecting ?  For PAOK to sign Mourinho ?

 

The only club in Greece that has signed any decent overseas manager is Olympiakos and that is because they have 5x the budget of every club and are guaranted CL each year.  All the other clubs fight over the scraps.

 

Look over there, a pixie!

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I can't see this pixie!

OK, I don't expect Mourinho or a coach with his profile for a Greek team. I do expect a coach who's recently been in charge of an under 17 team to never be in serious consideration for a professional team in a better league.

Anyway, it's not only Olympiakos who attract foreign coaches with reputations. Smaller clubs have been doing this for years. Aris, Asteras Tripoli, Ofi etc etc.

There are better credentialed coaches in Greece than Igor Tudor. That's all I was saying.

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First of all let PAE PAOK to announce the new coach. Personally I doubt that it will be Tudor. He would not be my choice, but hey, I am not the PAOK Technical Director.

 

Arnesen will make his decision. He's being paid 1 mil a year to do that, and if he fails, he will have to answer to his boss, Ivan.

 

I can see the logic of bringing in young coach who is willing to work hard to advance his career. After all everybody has to start somewhere, and since it appears that PAOK is in the rebuilding process I expected that type of a coach (young and hard worker). Lot of the "provata" fans will bitch and moan no matter what coach is hired. They will always find something to complain about and put a label on the person (touristas, tsobanis, karpouzas, etc.) No matter who comes, he will need a complete support from the front office. If the front office listens to the "provata"  he will once again fail and we will have a Gerogiadis type coach to finish the season. 

 

BTW "provata" includes some of the PAOK fans and sold out PAOK media reporters.

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It appears that we will not be with NIKE for the next season. PAOK is ready to announce that the new jerseys will be by Macron.

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Arnesen will make his decision. He's being paid 1 mil a year to do that, and if he fails, he will have to answer to his boss, Ivan.

 

 

 

Or be given a few chances like Vryzas.

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In the Vryzas case it was not about getting chances. Vryzas had to be part of PAE PAOK until the debt of the team was cleared.

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i hope that for none of them is true what they are writing and we bring suddenly a good coach without noone knowing anything about it before, just as happened with Stevens two years ago.

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