Tito Vilanova & Marcelo Bielsa
Francesc Tito Vilanova i Bayó (17 September 1968 – 25 April 2014) was a Catalan manager and footballer who played as a central midfielder. Marcelo Alberto Bielsa Caldera (nicknamed Loco Bielsa, Madman Bielsa, born July 21, 1955) is an Argentine association football coach and former defender, born in Rosario, Santa Fe./5
Bring in Marcelo Bielsa, why would you appoint Tito Vilanova in the first place. Pep Guardiola raised issues with his health.
News La Liga 1) Real Madrid captain Iker Casillas may have been dropped from the starting line-up recently, but the veteran goalkeeper can still look back at 2012 with pride. 2) Defender Dani Alves admits football is of secondary importance while Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova fights a second battle against cancer. 3) Real Mallorca president Jaume Cladera has resigned from his post with the La Liga club. 4) Ex-Barcelona star Johan Cruyff has claimed the 16-point gap between his former club and Real Madrid is dangerous for Spanish football. 5) Malaga are showing interest in Paris Saint-Germain defender Diego Lugano, Le Parisien has reported. 6) Marcelo Bielsa has slammed his Athletic Bilbao side after they were defeated 2-0 by Real Zaragoza in La Liga on Saturday. 7) Barcelona defender Eric Abidal has confirmed Paris Saint-Germain are interested in his services. Source- ESPNStar (gk)
Marcelo Bielsa tensed up, while Tito Vilanova is as calm as ever.
Athletic Bilbao coach Marcelo Bielsa lavished praise on Barcelona after seeing his side destroyed 5-1 by Tito Vilanova's men on Saturday.
I know Tito Vilanova has only just become manager of Barcalona but surely Marcelo Bielsa will get it in a few years.
Perhaps Barcelona might reconsider Tito Vilanova and go with Marcelo Bielsa instead?
Tito Vilanova Replaces Pep Guardiola As barcelona coach Barcelona paid an emotional tribute to departing Pep Guardiola after the Spaniard confirmed he will leave the club at the end of the season. Key stars of the first team, including club captain Carles Puyol, Gerard Pique and Cesc Fabregas watched Guardiola deliver his farewell speech at the Nou Camp, applauding him after announcing an end to his glorious trophy-laden four-year era Barcelona also revealed that Guardiola's No 2 Tito Vilanova will take over the managerial reigns next season. 'I would like you to understand that this is not an easy decision for me. But I would like to explain my reasons for this decision,' said Guardiola. 'I have always wanted short-term contracts. Four years is an eternity as Barca coach. In the month of October I announced to the president and to the sporting director that I thought my spell was coming to an end.The main reason why I have taken this decision is because four years is many years. 'I have given everything ...
Marcelo Bielsa is my opinion, but I think Tito Vilanova deserved to take charge. Welcome! Visca Barca
Tito Vilanova 'mourinho's best pal' will take over from Pep next season though Marcelo Bielsa has not been ruled out entirely... Wishing Pep all the best!
I think Barcelona will be better off with Marcelo Bielsa from Athletic Bilbao instead of Tito Vilanova
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