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Schteve gets the schack

He may be a cunning linguist, but continental creativity with accents hasn’t been enough to save Schteve McClaren from getting ze sack at Bundesliga side VfL Wolfsburg. The former Three Lions gaffer (and didn’t he do well at that?!) was the first Englishman to manage in Germany, and he came to Wolfsburg fresh off an Eredivisie title with FC Twente in the Dutch league. But he won just five of 21 games and leaves with his schquad in 12th place, juscht one point above the relagaschion zone.

Auf Wiedersehen, Schteve. Where will your varying voice take you next?

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Schteve changes name to SCHTEVE!


Schteve beams his contract demands to Germany

Fresh off his Eredivisie-winning season with FC Twente, Schteve McClaren has signed a two-year deal to manage Wolfsberg in Germany. He becomes the first Englishman to take charge of a Bundesliga side. There are reports he is already working with a voice coach.

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Schteve Wins! Schteve Wins!


”I love gooooolllllllddddddd…”

Former England Manager Schteve McClaren leads FC Twente to their first Eredivisie title in the club’s 45-year history.

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