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post #21 of 374 (permalink) Old June 22nd, 2015, 16:44
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Maybe they actually met him p
or saw a game he coached
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post #22 of 374 (permalink) Old June 22nd, 2015, 17:12
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Greece, anywhere in Greece, would be the last place that I would go for work.
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post #23 of 374 (permalink) Old June 23rd, 2015, 01:48
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Way to give to your community Nepoznat

Totally off topic... my son got his referees license and that is his summer job. 30 bucks a game as head ref and 20 for linesman... it's a nice gig for 15 year old.
I have a buddy of mine who's been doing it for years and is makes a heckuva lot of money on the side.

Tell him to keep at it, it could turn into something big someday.

The game needs refs too.

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Tell him to keep at it, it could turn into something big someday.
Funny you say that... I told him tonight - "who knows where this takes you"
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post #25 of 374 (permalink) Old June 23rd, 2015, 05:46
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Good one CT...:smileani:
nekada i ja nesto pametno recem lol
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Greece, anywhere in Greece, would be the last place that I would go for work.
I think it works well with Tudor's attitude
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post #27 of 374 (permalink) Old July 1st, 2015, 14:09
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For some reason Slaven Bilic will not be managing West Ham's first game against an Andorran club in the EL qualifying, the role will be given to the youth team coach. It probably makes sense as West Ham will use mostly academy players with most of the first team just starting pre-season
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A 90th minute goal prevented what would have been an awful start for Tudor at PAOK. Lokomotiva won the match but PAOK have a life line and should progress

Bilic at WHU is currently being held scoreless by Birkirkara at home
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The only reason one of our teams won was because one of our coaches coached the other team...thank you Tudor
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Its been a pretty shaky start for Bilic at WHU, while Europe may not be high on their priority they are struggling against sides like Birkirkara and now Astra. It doesn't help it seems every match they have a player sent off
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The only reason one of our teams won was because one of our coaches coached the other team...thank you Tudor
How did Paok FC do today? :smileani:

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post #32 of 374 (permalink) Old July 30th, 2015, 23:31
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How did Paok FC do today? :smileani:
They won 1-0 against Trnava? Just amazing
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Its been a pretty shaky start for Bilic at WHU, while Europe may not be high on their priority they are struggling against sides like Birkirkara and now Astra. It doesn't help it seems every match they have a player sent off
Interestingly, this was a problem at Besiktas as well.
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Interestingly, this was a problem at Besiktas as well.
Non disciplined teams. Our NT with him was like that as well if I recall. Once Kovac came in, one of the things he cleaned up was the sloppy yellow's we were always getting under Bilic and Stimac
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post #35 of 374 (permalink) Old July 31st, 2015, 08:13
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His odds of being the next EPL manager to be sacked shrink to 8/1

http://www.thesackrace.com/competitions/premier-league

Sherwood will still probably win that race p
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Bilic's West Ham are out of the Europa League

http://www.goal.com/en/match/astra-v...2099612/report


and according to Tommy's link he's down to 6/1 for being next EPL manager sacked
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post #37 of 374 (permalink) Old August 6th, 2015, 23:02
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He inherited a bad West Ham team, let's be honest. Too much pomp and circumstance around his arrival though too. I think Bilic will survive this season and excel the next one. Still not a huge fan of his as a coach though. Like him as a person
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Came out before the Europa League game and said the teams priority is the EPL opener this weekend, he fielded a reserve side in the game, only had 2 first 11 players, Nolan and someone else whos name escapes me. I wouldnt read too much into the Europa League games, EPL teams dont take it seriously and regularly field second string teams throughout the whole tournament.
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West Ham leading 1-0 a the half against Arsenal. Probably wont end that way since there were a few occasions where WH made some last second block but not a bad half debut so far for Bilic.
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Good start for Bilic winning at the Emirates, they had to hang on a bit but looked comfortable once they scored the second.
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