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JCO resigns.

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Hans Backe should take note of JCO's career since Metro, since it likely will mirror his own. Frauds tend to walk the same path.
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Hans Backe should take note of JCO's career since Metro, since it likely will mirror his own. Frauds tend to walk the same path.


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Hans Backe should take note of JCO's career since Metro, since it likely will mirror his own. Frauds tend to walk the same path.

Hans Backe doesn't give a shit about his future career. He's talked about RBNY being his last job before retirement.

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As a person, there is a lot to like about Juan Carlos Osorio. A driven honesty, that you would only want success for.

Sadly, I think club football is not the best enviroment for him. Where a certain ruthless results orientated mindset is required.

Maybe he'll become a TV pundit. He always struck me as the type of person you could spend hours talking football with.

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Hans Backe doesn't give a shit about his future career. He's talked about RBNY being his last job before retirement.


Hasn't Backe or someone else mentioned him returning to coach in Europe after he's done with Red bulls? I thought I read something like that recently.
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Hans Backe doesn't give a shit about his future career. He's talked about RBNY being his last job before retirement.


IF true that explains a lot.

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Hans Backe doesn't give a shit about his future career. He's talked about RBNY being his last job before retirement.



so Marquez isn't the only one who's making one last cash grab with redbull before he heads off into the sunset ? nice




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