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A Look at Herr Flick…

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While Hansi Flick’s stint with the German national team wasn’t a shining success, his managerial record at club level, particularly with Bayern Munich, is undeniable.

Flick’s achievements at Bayern Munich speak for themselves. The 2019-2020 season stands out, with a historic treble – Bundesliga title, DFB-Pokal, and Champions League – all secured with a perfect Champions League record. This period also saw Bayern average an impressive 3.0 goals per game across all competitions.

Spanish football expert Guillem Balague, just a few months ago, highlighted Flick’s status as “one of Europe’s most-wanted managers.” Even after his time with Germany, he was reportedly considered by Barcelona before Xavi’s decision to stay.

With Flick seeking a return to club management, West Ham could be an interesting landing spot. The club has the potential for growth, and Flick’s experience and tactical prowess could be the key to unlocking our next level.

Overall, while Flick’s time with Germany might raise concerns, his achievements at Bayern Munich are a powerful reminder of his managerial capabilities. West Ham, if given the opportunity, could be a good fit for Flick’s return to club football.

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  • Ess_Bee says:

    I like the “potential for growth” comment because the likes of Flick would improve and therefore grow the team/club. When coaches like Tuchel says he would only consider a top 4 club, that puts doubts in my mind as to whether or not the likes of Tuchel is actually a good coach. Here’s hoping we get Flick but I have the horrible feeling Moyes will stay.
    COYI ⚒️⚒️⚒️

  • Trevor says:

    Keiran McKenna is my choice. He served his coaching apprenticeship at Manchester United, before working wonders with a squad of lower league players at Ipswich, who look likely to be promoted to the Prem this weekend. McKenna’s a supremely positive coach who makes full use of his squad often making inspired tactical substitutions that work. He brings out the best out of his team….. they’re confident and know their roles within the framework of McKenna’s plan. If West Ham don’t grab him fast, then a rival will within the next twelve months.

    • Danielson says:

      If Ipswich come up he will se the first season through with them I’m sure so he’s probably not an immediate option.

  • Bonzo says:

    Keiran McKenna would be a good choice for me. The German manager might be a good option too. Clearly it would help with his relationship with Tim Steidten and working on transfers.

  • Graham De Roy says:

    Bored with all the names rolled out. What about Iriola or Marco Silva? Great work with limited resouces.

  • Lawson Regis says:

    There’s only 2 candidates for this job and it’s between Fonseca and Amorine to take us to the next level. There both experienced and given time grow the the team in there mould from top to bottom. So if the board has any ambitions thats the only way to go.. Come on sully pull your finger out thats ir your a true like you say you are.. COYI….

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