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As hes reportedly parted company with his turkish club, who else would think he'd be a good addition to the coaching staff?

It seems not long ago he was doing we'll as a manager and was being touted for some good jobs around europe.

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As hes reportedly parted company with his turkish club, who else would think he'd be a good addition to the coaching staff?

It seems not long ago he was doing we'll as a manager and was being touted for some good jobs around europe.

Exactly. He will move on to another managers role at a top division club.

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Exactly. He will move on to another managers role at a top division club.

Not really, coaches at that age regularly slip from manager, to coach, to assistant, at the start of their careers.

He must have picked up some good knowledge at AZ Alkmar, not to mention a favorite among the bears.

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Would be a good addition to the coaching staff I think. He's experienced football in five different countries, so I'd say he'd bring a lot of experience with different styles of football. I always think it's good to have people from different footballing perspectives in your coaching staff.

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Brilliant player and a top guy, too. I went to see his first training session at AZ Alkmaar - first day of pre-season, it was open to the fans: my family used to live near Alkmaar so we were back visiting on holiday. When training was over, he saw me in my Rangers top, walked right past two dozen Alkmaar fans eager to meet their new signing, and came over to shake my hand. He thanked me for coming, said he'd always love Rangers, then walked straight to his car. I was still pretty young, so it really felt like a big deal.

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I love Shota and would absolutely love to see him back here in some capacity

I always remember watching Goalissimo(sp) and he was doing an interview, talking about some of the clubs he'd played with and he listed off a bunch of clubs with no mention of Rangers. I thought to myself why no mention of us? Because he saved us for last and spent at least 5 minutes talking about his time with us rather than the 10 seconds he gave his other clubs. What a party animal he was in 2002/03 and helicopter sunday :lol:

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As hes reportedly parted company with his turkish club, who else would think he'd be a good addition to the coaching staff?

It seems not long ago he was doing we'll as a manager and was being touted for some good jobs around europe.

Never mind him coaching... he could still do a job up front... it's the THIRD division. (he's a free agent ?)

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