Very rarely has a manager dominated their domestic league over a three season period like BSC Young Boys’ Gerardo Seoane. The Swiss manager has led his Bern-based team to a shocking 81 points in 35 matches this season, nearly 30 more than second place FC Basel on 53. With his unique style of football and winning mentality, a host of Bundesliga clubs were interested in securing the signature of Seoane, with the Swiss ultimately signing on for Bayer Leverkusen. So ahead of the 2021-22 Bundesliga season, we take a look at what Gerardo Seoane might bring to Bayer Leverkusen.
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In many ways, Gerardo Seoane and Bayer Leverkusen appear to be a perfect match. With ideals of long passing, aggressive pressing, and high-tempo attacking play, they definitely would have swiped right on each other. The Swiss manager may be a bit inexperienced at the very, very top level. But then again, that can also be said of this current crop of Bayer Leverkusen players, who really just need a manager to galvanize them back into the UEFA Champions League. Gerardo Seoane could easily be that man, and we can’t wait to see him take over at Bayer Leverkusen next season.
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ttacking goal looked to spell doom for the home team. But the German machines had other plans, as Portugal’s goal only sparked new life in reinvigorating them. From then on they went all out on the attack, and this time with more intension and nerve-wracking intensity. It was a display which every German will be proud of, and now with both sides having their sights set on their final group fixtures, we bring you four things to note from this encounter.
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