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Rafael Benitez Sets his Sights on Summer Move to ‘Top’ English Side: The Nightly EPL

rafa benitez chelsea Rafael Benitez Sets his Sights on Summer Move to Top English Side: The Nightly EPL

Where will Rafa Benitez end up this summer? As a manager on the continent, or — as he thinks — managing a top club in the Premier League? I don’t foresee any managerial changes this summer at any of the top 5 Premier League teams, so which team does he have his eyes on?

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8 Responses to Rafael Benitez Sets his Sights on Summer Move to ‘Top’ English Side: The Nightly EPL

  1. gillyrosh says:

    I see what you did there, Rafa.

  2. Terry says:

    Rafa believes that Everton are a top side, even if he once said they were a small club. That’s where he’s going :-) . Moyes maybe moving the other way, unless Mourinho wins the CL with Madrid and comes calling at Chelsea.

    • Dave says:

      He’s finally come to the conclusion that Liverpool are no longer a top English side so he’s finished waiting for that job.

      I like the Everton one. He still lves in Liverpool. I wonder what the Kopp will think of that.

    • MNUfan1991 says:

      I’m sure Everton wants FSW like they want to catch AIDS.

  3. jtm371 says:

    whatever the waiter is smoking i will take some if it makes you that delusional.what a F-ing clown.

  4. AJ says:

    Sunderland, obviously.

  5. Scrumper says:

    Perhaps he thinks Leyton Orient are in the Premier League.

  6. Guy says:

    Glad to hear Rafa is coming to Stoke! :-)

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