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  1. Juan Mata

    It's like he intentionally sold one of our better players to United knowing well he'll end up there one day...
  2. The Conte Thread

    The way some of you here are moaning about Conte and even asking for him to be sacked is farcical. Would make you people great candidates to replace Emenalo, Maria etc in the boardroom. Sure, Conte has made some mistakes in his reign but tell me, which managers do not make mistake? Even the best do. Conte deserves time to prove he can learn from mistakes and improve himself and he certainly deserves time considering how much he's being let down by the incompetent board and players. Conte isn't a manager we got from the lower leagues and has no experience at the highest level. He's a manager who has had big success in his two previous jobs and has pedigree and credibility to go with him. And here's the big question, if we sack Conte now, who the hell are we going to appoint? Call Hiddink again for his third stint? There's no top manager out there right now that's suitable for the job. If we continue to call for managers to be sacked the minute something goes wrong and actually sack him without proper backing, then we would forever be stuck in this cycle and would never get back to the elite level we were once in.
  3. The International Football Thread

    Give themselves enough time to search for a replacement. There's 2 international games coming up next week and another 2 in November.
  4. The International Football Thread

    He lasted long alright.
  5. The English Football Thread

    Good stuff from Klopp on MNF last night.
  6. The Board

    Skipper said 'young team' rather than a team of 'youngsters'. This has been mentioned many times before - the club wanted to play attacking, progressive football and they took the initiative to buy young and talented players to help achieve that style of play. But for some reason, they went and hired a manager whose style of play is the complete opposite of that and then allowed him to ruin their good work back then by selling those players and ending up with a bunch of braindead players. Regarding Mata, I'm finding it incredible that Mourinho barely played him here but is now playing him a lot at United.
  7. The International Football Thread

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/09/26/exclusive-investigation-england-manager-sam-allardyce-for-sale/ Oh dear!
  8. The Conte Thread

    Antonio Conte turn heat on 'spineless' Chelsea players during Arsenal defeat
  9. The Board

  10. Arsenal - Chelsea

    Major myth there. Does a great disservice to players like Terry, who plays like his life depend on it!
  11. The Conte Thread

    To be fair, you don't have to care for Chelsea to be pissed at what's going on. Any manager would be furious with the way we're defending and the players are somewhat fortunate that Conte isn't entirely comfortable with English yet. Would have let ripped into them already if he was.
  12. The Conte Thread

    Compare to when we under Mourinho? Definitely. Under Mourinho, we were mostly waiting for things to happen rather than making things happen. But if you are still not convinced, then I'll give you that since it's still very early but you can't deny that Conte's Juventus and Italy didn't have similar traits about them.
  13. Arsenal - Chelsea

    Yes but even Conte wouldn't have been foreseen Cahill to commit suicide and give a stupid goal away. And given his unreliability - even more so of late - that could have happened if we had adopted a counter attacking approach. And mind you, that didn't work once when we lost 3-1 up there under Ancelotti. However, putting that aside for a moment, going a goal or two down is nothing new but the least you want to see is some character and fight back. We showed absolutely nothing to get back into it.