Ranking every Barcelona boss since Pep Guardiola by PPG

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Ranking every Barcelona boss since Pep Guardiola by PPG

Pep Guardiola is regarded as one of the greatest managers of all time – so replacing him was always going to be difficult for Barcelona.

Ronald Koeman was their sixth permanent manager since Guardiola’s departure in 2012 and it has certainly been a mixed bag for the Spanish giants.

We’ve ranked those six managers by their points-per-game rate to see who comes out on top.

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Ranieri: Five substitutions ‘a very good idea’

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Ranieri: Five substitutions ‘a very good idea’

Watford manager Claudio Ranieri says he is in favour of the idea to allow teams to make five substitutions after the International Football Association Board’s advisory panel recommended making the option permanent.

An increase to five available substitutes was introduced on a temporary basis in May last year and was later extended until the end of 2022, when the World Cup in Qatar will be completed.

But the Premier League did not implement the rule in the 2020-21 campaign and reverted back to three changes, which remains the case for the current season after clubs voted on the issue.



Ranieri, who returned to the Premier League earlier this month, has given the idea his backing.

“I think it’s a good idea,” the boss said. “In England you play so many matches and if you have the opportunity to change five players, it’s a good idea.

“I know very well the big teams change one champion for another champion.

“But also other teams can put young players on the pitch, give them experience.

“I think it’s a very good idea and I support it.”

Five substitutions were allowed in this week’s Carabao Cup games, while European competitions also apply the rule.

Ralph Hasenhuttl, like Ranieri, is also a big fan of the rule.

He said: “It is a fantastic thing. I was first speaking about it in Germany and it was about giving us more opportunities, makes the game even quicker.

“When players are running out of energy and they are fighting for everything, I think with five subs, the quality of the game stays higher until the last minute.

“I will be a fan of the five subs.”

Burnley boss Sean Dyche thinks the Premier League’s biggest clubs would benefit if the league implemented the rule.

He said: “The point I made was it is favourable to the big clubs, quite obviously.

“They carry big squads of top, top players, and it can only be favourable with the more availability of subs, the more they can use, it helps keep the group active and more settled.

“There are bigger squads, factually. There is a lot of money spent on squads, so I get that side of it, but when you go to a competitive advantage, it has to be more competitively advantageous for a group that has 25 international footballers, who can use five subs, than a smaller group like ourselves that haven’t got that availability.”

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