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FA chief executive Brian Barwick flew to Lisbon yesterday for talks with Soclari after getting permission of the Portuguese FA.

Redknapp said: 'I'm disappointed. I wanted one of the English boys to get a chance. Foreign managers seem to have a monopoly here at the moment. I can't see an English manager managing England in the near future. But I'm sure Scolari's a good manager.'

Ex-Pompey striker Mick Quinn reckons Scolari is the best candidate for the job.

Quinn said: 'Brazil were on their knees when Scolari took over. It didn't even look like they were going to qualify for the World Cup four years. But then they won it.'

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Date:Thursday April 27 2006
Time: 12:50PM

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As in every case, it should be the 'Best man' for the job. And.... in Scoleri i reckon that they have the best available at this time. This also gives the best young english managers 4 years to learn some more and get experience.
FEn_100
27/04/2006 15:51:00
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As in every case, it should be the 'Best man' for the job. And.... in Scoleri i reckon that they have the best available at this time. This also gives the best young english managers 4 years to learn some more and get experience.
FEn_100
27/04/2006 15:51:00
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As in every case, it should be the 'Best man' for the job. And.... in Scoleri i reckon that they have the best available at this time. This also gives the best young english managers 4 years to learn some more and get experience.
FEn_100
27/04/2006 15:51:00
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As in every case, it should be the 'Best man' for the job. And.... in Scoleri i reckon that they have the best available at this time. This also gives the best young english managers 4 years to learn some more and get experience.
FEn_100
27/04/2006 15:51:00
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who will be in the future fen? i think that curbs and mclaren won't get better than they are witout moving to a big club. I think that scolari will be destroyed by the media
lmatthews
27/04/2006 16:20:00
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who will be in the future fen? i think that curbs and mclaren won't get better than they are witout moving to a big club. I think that scolari will be destroyed by the media
lmatthews
27/04/2006 16:20:00
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who will be in the future fen? i think that curbs and mclaren won't get better than they are witout moving to a big club. I think that scolari will be destroyed by the media
lmatthews
27/04/2006 16:20:00
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who will be in the future fen? i think that curbs and mclaren won't get better than they are witout moving to a big club. I think that scolari will be destroyed by the media
lmatthews
27/04/2006 16:20:00
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i personally would have liked o'neill, ok he's not english, but he knows the prem and can certainally motivate a side
paultsmouth
27/04/2006 21:42:00
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i personally would have liked o'neill, ok he's not english, but he knows the prem and can certainally motivate a side
paultsmouth
27/04/2006 21:42:00
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