Thomas Tuchel admittedly knows what he wants now in the future: to go back to just managing on the field, to reconnect with the traits that made him such a compelling managerial figure in the first place. His time at PSG was a blip of fantasy, now it's time to go back to simplicity.
Iago Aspas is of a region, as close to a folkloric player as we want in the social media age. He gives space to secrets, that a player could be one of the best in the league and still go unnoticed.
The emphasis on eschewing safety for pressing is why Hansi Flick's Bayern were the team that both dominated and defined 2020.
An American manager taking over a large Premier League club seemed impossible in 2013. Again, just in over seven years, it seems only a matter of time.
Lucien Favre's legacy at Dortmund was of a stabilizing manager who attempted to play attractive football, developed young talent, and almost won.