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I hope to still be a manager at 75, says West Ham boss Pellegrini

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The West Ham boss, 65, comes up against 71-year-old Roy Hodgson when Crystal Palace visit the London Stadium on Saturday.

Pellegrini, Hodgson, 70-year-old Cardiff manager Neil Warnock and new Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri, 67, continue to fly the flag for the Premier League’s senior gaffers – and the Chilean wants to carry on for another decade at least.

Manuel Pellegrini hopes to still be in management when he is 75.

If I am in good shape I will do it.

“I have been working away from my country for 20 years, and another 10 in my country before that, and I hope I will carry on for many more years,” he said.

“Of course I hope to be working in my 70s – at 75-plus!

It is something he is still practising 30 years on, it seems, in the case of Tuesday’s two-goal hero against Cardiff, Lucas Perez.
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