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Two-job coach not a bad option


Since firing Jose Mourinho in September 2007, the wheels have fallen off at Chelsea.
Bringing in Luiz Felipe Scolari, Chelsea's latest managerial casualty, and assuming he could produce championship hardware was a mistake. No offence to Scolari, but the rigours of club soccer in the Premiership far exceed what Scolari experienced managing club soccer in Brazil or the Middle East. And not to diminish his accomplishments, but winning the World Cup with Brazil is equivalent to winning a gold medal coaching a Canadian hockey team. It's hard not to screw it up!

Because not enough games are played by the Canadian men's national team, would it make sense for the coach to be active on both club and country fronts?
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