New Coach

Discussion in 'Atlanta Silverbacks FC' started by ikeman07, Jan 7, 2011.

  1. ikeman07

    ikeman07 New Member

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    Fulham FC
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    Here is the only hint we have so far on who the new head coach will be.



  2. SoccerPrime

    SoccerPrime Moderator Staff Member

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    Any ideas?
  3. Killakakam

    Killakakam Member

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    Newcastle United FC
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    All I know is the club is supposedly looking to cater to the latino population and style of play. I suspect a Hispanic coach. Doesn't narrow it down that much but I'd be surprised if it wasn't someone from central/south america.
  4. MPoole

    MPoole Member

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    :confused: Don't you have to be on a national team to play in the world cup?


  5. SoccerPrime

    SoccerPrime Moderator Staff Member

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    Any latin ex-Atlanta player meet that profile?

    I was thinking Alex Pineda Chacón, but I don't think he ever played in the World Cup with Honduras.
  6. Catracho_Azul

    Catracho_Azul Member+

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    nope.. never sadly.
  7. Mutiny RIP

    Mutiny RIP Member

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    Sounds like you guys are closer to hiring a coach than the Rowdies! Ugh! :mad:
  8. Burn

    Burn New Member

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    Why is Atlanta the only team without a coach? There is 2 days from open tryouts and a couple months from the season...Atlanta will always be a pub team. They had a good team before they folded and still couldn't get things done in the front office and from a marketing stand point. Now, with a more limited budget they plan to be better than before and things were AWFUL at the stadium before. High School games were more organized and professional than the Silverbacks. GO SILLYBACKS!

    PS. The Hispanic route is the wrong direction....Miami tried that and they failed so why would that work in Atlanta?

    I have always been told if you going to do something then do it right and the Sillybacks don't seem to understand this basic concept.
  9. DavidP

    DavidP Member

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    A lot of stuff has happened since that first announcement. I wondering if they will even play now, since the league has lost sanctioning. Will Traffic pull funding?

    I agree wholeheartedly with your last statement.
  10. Sevin

    Sevin Member

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  11. SoccerPrime

    SoccerPrime Moderator Staff Member

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    Good signing, just hope there's a team for him.

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