Management styles; no one seems to have the exact same methods. Sure, you can spot similarities between Pep Guardiola and Arsene Wenger, but both have their standout differences.
Again, Mourinho and Conte are both intense gaffers on the sidelines, but you know which one you’d much rather go for a pint with.
Each manager, though, has fans that resonate with them, fans that understand and applaud what they’re trying to achieve. So whether you are a three at the back on Football Manager or get a hard-on over a 43-pass move on FIFA 16, it’s time to find out which manager best represents you!
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The starting XI English players who need to move abroad
GK) Jack Butland
We really hope this isn't the image we remember Butland by. Won't get a sniff between the sticks if he stays at Stoke; needs to push himself further.
RB) Michail Antonio
Could play pretty much anywhere on the right, and is the best header of the ball in the Premier League.
Will continue to be the nearly man if he stays a Hammer.
CB) John Stones
No he won't learn under Pep Grumpiola. He's not even played that much, often being second fiddle to Aleksandar Kolarov. Move abroad, develop the side of the game you're good at and see how this improves you at international level.
CB) Chris Smalling
Had a promising season last year, but currently struggling with injury. Slightly down the pecking order with Eric Bailly being United's best centre-half, and with Phil-donkey-Jones and Marcos-out-of-control-Rojo actually looking quite good, the Englishman seems set to lack game time.
LB) Aaron Cresswell
England's best left-back, yet will continue to be overlooked because of the club he plays for. Catch the same flight with Antonio from Stansted.
DM) Jack Wilshere
Don't care how much you commend the lad for going to Bournemouth, he'll never hold down an England spot playing on the South Coast. Wilshere could learn so much playing for a side like Roma. Stop bottling it, and go learn more about the game, pal.
DM) Eric Dier
England's golden boy during a golden summer; yet struggling to retain that form this season. Still young, could do a lot of maturing and learning outside the Premier League, at a really top, top European club as well. Germany are apparently calling ?.
RW) Marcus Rashford
England's most promising youngster. But will struggle to hold down a starting position for a few years at United; test yourself elsewhere, Marcus. Imagine Rashford lighting up La Liga at a Sevilla. Would do wonders for the kid.
AM) Ross Barkley
We can't say 'he'll come good forever'. At 23, Ross is running out of time. Still trying to find his feet continually at Goodison, and not really getting the nod at international level. Do something different, mate.
LW) Dele Alli
No denying the kid's ability, but feel Alli will miss that winning/clinical edge at Spurs. The side are professional bottlers. If Alli goes to a huge Italian side, and gets used to winning some trophies, can't help but feel this would be hugely beneficial for the Three Lions.
Injuries, couple of goals, injures, more injuries. Poor old Danny would probably get injured just playing FIFA.
Fresh change away from the Premier League would do wonders for the guy's career. Worthy of a regular England slot as well.