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Coaches' Philosophies

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Guest RegentLennox
Recently, Jose Mourinho got sacked as Manchester United's manager after his philosophy didn't really work out, and the team has won every single game since. On the other hand, teams such as Liverpool and Manchester City have become really good as their manager's philosophies seem to be working out great. When teams are not performing well, should managers change their philosophies or acquire new players who may execute their strategies better?
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