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He has no real coaching experience, would be better in mind if he manages the youth or joins Klopp's staff before breaking out.

 

Now he may go on and make me eat my words, which I'd be glad to :)

You do realise that MK dons are in league 1 don't you? Nothing like celtic

 

He's already worked with the likes of Houllier, Rafa, eriksson, cappelo and Hodgson, if he's not learned from thier combined experience then working with klopp won't help much

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You do realise that MK dons are in league 1 don't you? Nothing like celtic

 

He's already worked with the likes of Houllier, Rafa, eriksson, cappelo and Hodgson, if he's not learned from thier combined experience then working with klopp won't help much

True. It was my gut reaction to this news when I first heard about it.

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I think the best way is to earn your stripes on youth and reserve football before coming through. Can only do that if your a name and you have a brand name though. I think that's what pep did from memory didn't he?

 

 

Guardiola coached Barcelona's 2nd team for one season before moving to the big team. 

 

As for Gerrard, hopefully he goes somwhere where he can learn and grow as a coach. Propblem with football, is that it isn't the most patient of enviroments! 

 

Unless he does want to carry on playing for half a season, in which case no clue, maybe Celtic would be a good move, although not exactly the most competitive of situations. 

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MK Dons will see him as a way of boosting their brand and the publicity it will bring initially. However, the reality is they are fighting for relegation in a division Stevie has no experience or knowledge of. Wish him the best but would have hoped he would have taken more time choosing his next step in the game.


dunno - he was underwhelming in LA

Totally agree. He looked very average and I wish he should just pack in playing before he takes some of the shine off a great playing career.

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MK Dons will see him as a way of boosting their brand and the publicity it will bring initially. However, the reality is they are fighting for relegation in a division Stevie has no experience or knowledge of. Wish him the best but would have hoped he would have taken more time choosing his next step in the game.

 

Totally agree. He looked very average and I wish he should just pack in playing before he takes some of the shine off a great playing career.

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MK Dons will see him as a way of boosting their brand and the publicity it will bring initially. However, the reality is they are fighting for relegation in a division Stevie has no experience or knowledge of. Wish him the best but would have hoped he would have taken more time choosing his next step in the game.

 

Totally agree. He looked very average and I wish he should just pack in playing before he takes some of the shine off a great playing career.

He's not taking any shine off his career.
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He's not taking any shine off his career.

Yeah, never sure how that one works.

 

Almost every great, in every sport, has gone on too long to some extent.

 

It doesn't diminish what they were at their peak.

 

Maybe people would have been happier if he'd retired in 2005.

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