Manager/Coach Malaga want KR

oxajh

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IF he was offered the Malaga job, he’d be stupid not to take it. But can’t see it being true
 

horseman

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IF he was offered the Malaga job, he’d be stupid not to take it. But can’t see it being true
There are 2 teams in Spain and occasionally you get another odd one makes a challenge so to consider a side struggling near the foot of the 2nd tier does not strike me as a good career move..I don't know why or how they fell from grace but even if you did get them back, there is only ever going to be a fight to maintain that status much the same as a Watford,Southampton Burnley type job
 

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There are 2 teams in Spain and occasionally you get another odd one makes a challenge so to consider a side struggling near the foot of the 2nd tier does not strike me as a good career move..I don't know why or how they fell from grace but even if you did get them back, there is only ever going to be a fight to maintain that status much the same as a Watford,Southampton Burnley type job

Yeah, but in Malaga rather than Southampton, Watford or Burnley.
 

Browny

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There are 2 teams in Spain and occasionally you get another odd one makes a challenge so to consider a side struggling near the foot of the 2nd tier does not strike me as a good career move..I don't know why or how they fell from grace but even if you did get them back, there is only ever going to be a fight to maintain that status much the same as a Watford,Southampton Burnley type job
Went to watch them while staying in Torremolinos recently and there was around 16,000 there. Very passionate fans but the quality was not great although the La Roseleda is a fantastic stadium and Málaga is not a bad place to.live
 
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