Michael Laudrup is destined to become manager at one of the top four Premier League teams

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Why Chelsea and Arsenal could do a lot worse…

Date: 22nd February 2013 at 4:29pm
Written by James McManus

Having guided Swansea to Sunday's Capital One Cup final where they are the overwhelming favourites against League Two outfit and huge underdogs Bradford City, manager Michael Laudrup has firmly put himself in the shop window this season for a bigger job next term and the likes of Arsenal and Chelsea could do an awful lot worse. The 48-year-old took over the reins from Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers in the summer aiming to prove a point to his doubters while simultaneously guarding against second-season syndrome for the side. It was a brave and bold ... Read More


  • pj21
    3 years ago

    I believe Michael has been surprised by the quality he has inherited since he took over at Swansea, obviously he has now added to that with his astute signings in the summer and again in January . He is under no pressure from the board to do anything in terms of targets, his brief was to take the team and club forward which he has done in spades. As a premier league manager he shares the decision making process of how the team is configured in terms of bringing new recruits in,which can’t be true in many top ten clubs and certainly none of the Spanish giants. Add to that the fact that he has openly stated that he and his family are happy. We must all remember Michael is not like the majority of other managers, he achieved a lifetime of honours and cup successes as a player, perhaps building a team on the basis of good scouting, good coaching and moulding a team based on his principles rewards him more personally,rather that going out and spending a fortune on a money orientated playboy who has nothing but personal gain in mind.

    • sammy b
      3 years ago

      I agree. Can you imagine him taking the chelsea job? Man U & Man C are not likely to change managers in near future either. If he doesn’t move abroad then he is most likely to stay at Swansea.

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