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scholes -- giggs and gary nevilla becomes manager
 
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Pretty sure there's already a thread on this somewhere, mate.

Type it in the search bar and you should find something.
 
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Tried dint find anything
There is one somewhere but I couldn't find it, either.

I remember posting in the thread as there were a number of well-known players in my game who turned out to be great coaches. Can't really remember who they were, though, sorry.
 
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Jonathan Woodgate turns out quite good, was on the verge of getting Hull promoted on mine when a businessman took over the club and replaced him, then they sacked the other bloke and brought Woodgate back! Crazy :D
 
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Brazilian Ronaldo managed Brazil and won the world cup
 
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Scott Parker on my West Ham save. Unreal. Twenty for mental, eighteen for tactical and technical. Only thirty-two and I'm worried he'll eventually take my job..
 
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Can anyone post some screenshots of players who turn into 4* or 5* coaches?
 
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Joao Moutinho becomes a top manager so he's probably just as good as a coach
 
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In my experience for lower league team's Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Andy Cole is quite good!
 
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I tend to see ex-players with little managerial experience jump into top jobs but often not last too long. Papa Bouba Diop had a stint as Chelsea manager (unfairly sacked) Tal Ben Haim is the Manchester United manager, but under-performing. Gary Neville has great stats too - he became manager of Southampton, had one good season then mercilessly sacked in the second. Steven Gerrard, as mentioned already - has good stats and is Assistant Manager at both Bolton & England.
 
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ludovic guily, 4 and a half star shooting and andrea pirlo 5 star ball contol or shooting depending on which you choose
 
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