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Any other sources citing this?

Bild is about as reliable as MLS Transfers.

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1. Jesse Marsch — New York Red Bulls

It’s easy to argue for some of the names other than Marsch at number one, but his system with the Red Bulls has become iconic. The club doesn’t overspend on players, and Marsch manages to get the most out of his Homegrowns and other young squad members.

 

2. Gerardo “Tata” Martino — Atlanta United

3. Bob Bradley — Los Angeles FC

4. Peter Vermes — Sporting KC

5. Gregg Berhalter — Columbus Crew

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23. Ben Olsen — D.C. United

Olsen’s value to D.C. as both a player and manager cannot go unstated, but his struggles in the latter department have been mounting for years now. Outside of an Open Cup win in 2013, Olsen has been quite underwhelming given the team’s history.

 

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I lol'ed.  Petke is 14th, by the way.



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1. Jesse Marsch New York Red Bulls
Its easy to argue for some of the names other than Marsch at number one, but his system with the Red Bulls has become iconic. The club doesnt overspend on players, and Marsch manages to get the most out of his Homegrowns and other young squad members.
 
2. Gerardo Tata Martino Atlanta United
3. Bob Bradley Los Angeles FC
4. Peter Vermes Sporting KC
5. Gregg Berhalter Columbus Crew

I like Jesse and I think he should eventually be the USMNT coach, but this is crazy recency bias.

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If Jesse cant learn to break down the bunker, he shouldnt be doing anything, let alone going to USMNT or Europe.






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