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2 minutes ago, GMOwl72 said:

You do know that you don’t actually get a ‘badge’ when passing your coaching qualifications  

 

 

I bet you do

LIke when England players get those floppy caps


Could make a full outfit by the end of your career


 

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It is basically a money making racket and tisis enforced by requiring individuals to have a badge to work.

 

How many fail to get the coaching badges. I have never known anyone fail yet, Although one person I know packed inbefore finishing course.

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Thinking about it. Surely they are like driving licenses.... You learn to drive after the qual. The coaching quals give you the basics.

 

If they were around, how would you know a certain ex player has the skills and knowledge to start management?

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5 hours ago, @owlstalk said:

 

Managers getting 'coaching badges' by learning how to manage in exactly the same way as all other managers has meant that every manager manages like all other managers

 

lol

 

It's a right load of old cold porridge isn't it?

 

So many bad bad managers out there, floating around, taking jobs, failing, then taking another job

 

Back in the day it was Big Sam, Big Mick and co who were the journeymen you'd call


Now it's the likes of Gary Rowett, Tony Pulis and Garry Monk who are floating round this level with their relentless failings and their coaching badges.

 

 

irvine wallpapered his whole house with coaching badges lol 

 

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5 hours ago, @owlstalk said:

 

Managers getting 'coaching badges' by learning how to manage in exactly the same way as all other managers has meant that every manager manages like all other managers

 

lol

 

It's a right load of old cold porridge isn't it?

 

So many bad bad managers out there, floating around, taking jobs, failing, then taking another job

 

Back in the day it was Big Sam, Big Mick and co who were the journeymen you'd call


Now it's the likes of Gary Rowett, Tony Pulis and Garry Monk who are floating round this level with their relentless failings and their coaching badges.

 

 

Don't forget the "king" of badges, Alan Irvine.

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