Bruce Arians denies rift with Tom Brady, says coaching retirement about 'succession'
Bruce Arians stunned the NFL world when he announced his retirement from coaching Wednesday night as he takes on a front-office role with the Bucs.The Buccaneers announced the appointment of former defensive coordinator Todd Bowles as the new coach to replace Arians. Bowles said he has known Arians, his former coach at Temple, for around four decades and noted Arians has always championed Bowles, bringing him along as a defensive coordinator at both of his head coaching stops, with the Arizona Cardinals and then with the Buccaneers.
coach Pep Guardiola has demonstrated a possible change to the Brazilian football national team for the time being. According to Brazilian media, the coach of Manchester City is the favorite for the succession of TITE, which will resign in Qatar after the World Cup. © Nigel French / pa Wire / dpa Pep Guardiola Vesitzt at Manchester City another contract until the summer 2023.
«Now is not the time for it. I am under contract here. I am so happy here and ready to stay here forever, "said Guardiola in front of the Premier League-Kracher on Sunday (5:30 pm / Sky) against Jürgen Klopps FC Liverpool.
currently owns Guardiola at Manchester City a contract until the summer of 2023. Last year he had announced that it was probably a "cut" and speculated about a possible employment as a national coach in South America or Europe. "I want to experience this experience," said Guardiola at that time.
The 51-year-old has been coach of Cityzens since 2016 and brought three English championships. He was never before as a coach for a club before. At FC Barcelona, he was under contract from 2008 to 2012, the FC Bayern Munich he trained from 2013 to 2016.
'The View': Joy Behar Calls Out Dr Oz for Belonging to 'A Party That Denies Science' (Video) .
Joy Behar continues to be baffled by the fact that Dr. Mehmet Oz is making a run for a Senate seat — particularly as a Republican. Considering the fact that he's a medical doctor, Behar questioned on Thursday why he would belong to the GOP, which actively "vilifies" scientists like Dr. Anthony Fauci. The topic came up as the women were discussing Donald Trump's recent endorsement of Oz, which even some fervent Trump supporters, like Laura Ingraham, have called "a mistake.