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Looks to be on his way according to sources both in Turkey and Holland.

Mark van Bommel meanwhile looks set to take over at PSV
 

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Realistic coach who plays counterattacking football.

Wonder how he'll do. Will he last longer than Frank de Boer at Inter and Palace?
 

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I think his reign at Fener will end in disappointment. He's not suited to work under pressure, he will only take Fener to a fourth place finish in what turns out to be his first and only season in charge in Turkey.
 

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Realistic coach who plays counterattacking football.

Wonder how he'll do. Will he last longer than Frank de Boer at Inter and Palace?
1) like the idea of counter-attack football since it could be useful when we play in Europe.

2) as for Frank de Boer. if you ask me he wasn't given a fair shot at Inter and Cripple Palace.
 

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Frank de Boer was terrible at Inter. Terrible. I watched every game he was in charge there - i'm a closet Inter fan so I watch all their games.

If he was given more time at Inter he would've finished that team in the bottom half of the table.
 

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Inter as a club themselves have been in shambles for the past 5-6 seasons. You can't blame everything on De Boer. Trust me this coming from a Inter fan.

What's the latest on Philip Cocu? Last I heard is that he had a year left on his current deal.
 

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Completely disagree. De Boer had lost the dressing room within his first 2 weeks - it was blatantly obvious. He wasn't ready to take on a club like that.
 

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Was it that bad? :D



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I don't what it is with Dutch Coaches. They do well in Holland and whenever they move abroad, they fall flat on their asses. The only exceptions were Rijkaard (in Barcelona), Guus Hiddink, Ronald Koeman (Southampton), and Dick Advocaat.
 

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I don't what it is with Dutch Coaches. They do well in Holland and whenever they move abroad, they fall flat on their asses. The only exceptions were Rijkaard (in Barcelona), Guus Hiddink, Ronald Koeman (Southampton), and Dick Advocaat.
Hey, don't forget John van 't Schiip at Melbourne City - won the FFA cup :thumbsup:
 
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