Originally posted by gabb
his style of management is perfect for Italian football, he doesn't like going all out attack which is another reason he struggled.
Every football club has there own brand of football, very rarely does it change last time i can think is Arsenal going from 1-0 every week to playing exciting football. Because of this you have to get a manager in who believes in that brand of play, most of the players there are set up for that style which is Imo another reason moyes struggled, he just couldn't get the players to buy into it.
Re: Italian Football, I believe he'd find himself in as similar position as he does now.
I see where your coming from re: tactics but, he'd get lynched out of Juventus, Fiorentina, Inter, Roma and of course, the great Napoli to name but a few if he employed that style of play. He'd do well though at the mid size sides, as his less than stallion like play would adapt to what they need. Italian Football as a non attacking game is somewhat outdated. Yes it's not the same run, run, run of the EPL but, the same desire for passing football has grown like it has elsewhere.
From what I read, his man management leaves allot to be desired. I get the impression he's a 'one size fits all' Manager, incapable of handle different people differently, in essence, he's a Manager, not a leader which would see him struggle with any major side in any league.
I've seen Newcastle as a not out of the question location for him. I could see him doing a good job there.
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