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Brundle: Ferrari shouldn't treat Binotto like a football manager

Sky Sports pundit Martin Brundle believes Ferrari should avoid the managerial ‘merry-go-round’ in football which often sees head coaches losing their jobs after only a short period of a lack of success, saying the Scuderia should give even more support to their team principal.
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