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08-14-2012, 02:50 PM
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Sanderson
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I think Labbadia is actually a very good coach, as long as his relationships with his players doesn't sour. Hamburg was playing great and successful football when he was coach here, leading the league after having played all the really tough opponents after 10 games or so. Pretty much the only coach in recent memory who looked like he had a game-plan and actually got the team to use it.

Then injuries piled on, players were turning against him because of his style of leadership and everything collapsed from then on. If he learns to not bring up the team against himself, he should turn out to be a rather successful coach.

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