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Who would be the best person today to be the new coach of Bellucci?

Larri Passos was sacked as coach of Bellucci. Now Bellucci is looking for a new coach, in your opinion who would be the best person to be the new coach of Bellucci in 2012?

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Re: Who would be the best person today to be the new coach of Bellucci?

Saberq would be the best new coach for Belucci as Sarberq would surely convince Belucci that his overall talent for the game amounted to absolute shit in comparison to Djokovic making the always tricky question of when to retire that much easier for Belucci... Sarberq could probably save everyone a lot of time here so he is the best choice...

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Saberq would be the best new coach for Belucci as Sarberq would surely convince Belucci that his overall talent for the game amounted to absolute shit in comparison to Djokovic making the always tricky question of when to retire that much easier for Belucci... Sarberq could probably save everyone a lot of time here so he is the best choice...

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Re: Who would be the best person today to be the new coach of Bellucci?

If Larri Passos couldn't reign him in, no-one will. I expect him to go to some recycled Spanish/Argentinian/Brazilian/etc. coach.
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He needs a mental coach.
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I still can't get over that Belluci Djokovic match this year at Madrid (I think it was there), with Belluci a set and a break up... And still losing!

I just can't get my head round Belluci. One minute he looks outstanding. And for the rest of the 11 months of the year he looks like a player who could never get past a 3rd round in any tournament above a ATP250 event.
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The real question is.. who won't be the new coach of Bellucci?

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Saberq would be the best new coach for Belucci as Sarberq would surely convince Belucci that his overall talent for the game amounted to absolute shit in comparison to Djokovic making the always tricky question of when to retire that much easier for Belucci... Sarberq could probably save everyone a lot of time here so he is the best choice...
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I don't think Passos was sacked...it was more a parting of the ways. You could see in some of Bellucci's recent matches that Passos was desperate to get out.
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It doesn't matter, he isn't top 20 material.

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Lobo or Jaite ?? Both of them are VERY patient
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