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Who Should Be The Next England Coach?

Austria/Switzerland 2008 without ENGLAND

Could this be the end of Steven McClaren as England Coach? Before England match against Israel fans have been calling for the head of the Coach McClaren including former England defender Paul Parker.

Who should be the next England coach?

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Daniel Amokachi

Stephen Keshi

Bergi Vogts

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Jose Mourinho, but then he is not likely to accept it!

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hahahahahhahahaa

christian chukwu should be the next coach of england

gunners since 1901

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Huh? I'm a Man U fan and even I'll admit JM is a world top-10 coach. He won the CL with Porto, an FA cup and 2 EPL titles. All in four seasons. Has coached and developed world class players. JM is the man for the job.

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for Tactical and technical reason LIPPI or CAPELLO will do. JM good but not good enough for this level yet.

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Ummnnn, well Mourinho?, thats debatable, to me he doesnt seem like the kind of coach who might want to be tied down to a national team coaching Job for now, i think i remember him saying so in one of his interviews, Guy seems like someone who thrives on the exciting, and pressure filled nature of coaching a clubside , but U CAN NEVER SAY NEVER SHA.

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Capello expressed some interest + he's currently jobless

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Jose Morinho is the best option for England at this moment if they plan to be in South Africa come 2010. If what happened to England against Croatia happened to Nigeria. We would have started complaining that we should ban ball all the Local players and invites Foreign players because all English players are local players except Beckham that plays in US.

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@dayokanu

why not Christian Chukwu, u funny my guy

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i think jose mourinho is next.

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Onigbinde or Ladan Bosso

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