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MrBlueGuy

Next Manager?

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Who should be Chelsea's next permanent manager?   272 members have voted

  1. 1. Who should be Chelsea's next permanent manager?

    • Carlo Ancelotti
    • Guus Hiddink
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    • Maurizio Sarri
    • Diego Simeone
    • Max Allegri
    • Brendan Rodgers
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    • Other
    • Luis Enrique
    • Thomas Tuchel

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3 hours ago, manpe said:

How do you pronounce that mess? Any way I try my tongue gets twisted.

Correct way is ''cheeky''

 

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Bayern Munich chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge: "Thomas Tuchel has indicated to us that he has already signed for another club." (Sky Germany)

 

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Don't get why people don't want Tuchel. Especially looking at the alternatives. He was wanted by Bayern and PSG but isn't good enough for us?

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4 hours ago, Pizy said:

Don't get why people don't want Tuchel. Especially looking at the alternatives. He was wanted by Bayern and PSG but isn't good enough for us?

Honestly don’t think he’d do a good job for us. Style would change yes (although we would concede a lot of goals due to this I would imagine) but his tendency to fall out and have a bad relationship with various staff, players and board members is a big turn off and I’d imagine it would be for any club. Bayern might say he’s signed for another team but I honestly doubt he would be their top choice, in all honestly I think their top choice is trying to convince Jupp to do another year. Mainz told Dortmund that it wouldn’t last too long with Tuchel as well for certain reasons. If he signs for anybody I think it will be PSG.

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No Champion League, Conte out, no Tuchel, no Sarri, no one want to manage us.

Hazard out, Courtois out, no Icardi, no Isco, no one want to play for us.

Lampard will be the next manager, develop  young players. 

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Long post alert 😂

Whoever comes in, needs to sell 5 players at least from the squad (not even mentioning the loan army) and sign the same back if not more but of better quality than previous seasons.

Getting rid of Pedro and signing someone like Leon Bailey is a must as well, Bailey in particular has so much potential, is lightening quick and seems to have a bit of arrogance like he knows he’s a good player. I have no doubts Hazard is off in the summer too based on his body language, performances and effort in the last few months so finding another good wide player will also be crucial (unless he stays and is playing within himself for the World Cup? Oscar did it too in 2014 but that doesn’t sit good with me regardless) because Willian is not getting any younger.

Need somebody to take Cescs place in the 11, although I think off the bench he could still be a viable option, we seen the quality he can deliver with 30 minutes to go in more advanced positions like when Conte played him further forward last year after all this talk of he was finished. In a 2 man MF he is a goner yes but honestly expect us to revert back a 4231 or 433 regardless of coach (unless Conte stays but doubt it).

Think the likes of Courtois (world class keeper on his day but obviously has a move on his mind), Luiz/Cahill or both have to go. Drinkwater and Bakayoko... not sure what their purposes are other than being squad players and if I was being honest I’d be hoping one of them would definitely be getting sold in the summer because we could do with players in the same position a lot better (if DD was Baka’s age I’d keep him but he’s not, although he has put in better performances than Baka except that game v United). 

Barkley, Giroud and Emerson will probably get a fair shot next season but again the verdict is out on them although Giroud brings something different to the team. I’d like to see more of Emerson before the summer purely because if we play a flat back 4 next season I think he has the legs to get up and down better than Alonso and if we get somebody like Tuchel or Enrique in charge, quick transitions will be a big feature in our game next year. Tuchel (not overly keen but could be proven wrong) will more entertainment, goals but conceding stupid goals due to being exposed, Enrique will probably be a bit more reserved in comparison like at Barca, they weren’t exactly like Peps side and had a decent balance between attack and defence, as welll as being able to press high up or sit off teams more although we don’t have the front line they had or the midfield. It’s interesting because a lot of people are mentioning these two but I think Allegri fits the mould more, he’s not exactly got one style, his Juve team are able to do a bit of everything. Although why leave a Juventus side who you’ve taken to 2 CL finals, won 4 league titles with and have a lot of say for Chelsea, who will probably throw you out after 2 seasons after giving you a small say on signings. I honestly think the bigger names will be a lot more reserved about coming here, not that they will not listen to an offer but I think after the last few transfer windows and Contes public comments regarding this, as well as the rumors circulating that he can’t wait to leave due to that it will hinder us if say other big clubs were to state their interest in these guys. I mean have we ever heard anything regarding a manager saying he can’t wait to leave a club? 

In my opinion, Ancelotti returning would be a disaster because we’d continue to go in this trend of signing average players on recommendation from idiots up stairs because he is a yes man. Also he’s a good coach but look at him at Bayern, he took over a team that had been drilled tactically and given precise instructions and structure player to player by a intense coach. It’s no different here, players would maybe react differently for a few months or maybe up to a season but I think in the long run it’s not a great move and we need to look at the long run; we have needed to for a few seasons despite mixed successes because if not we will continue in this cycle of chopping and changing and struggle to have a clear philosophy or identity that people can relate to. Brendan Rodgers, I hope the clubs not even going to consider him, youth players yes he’d maybe be able to make the path slightly easier as shown in the past but his transfer market history is shockingly average except a few at Liverpool (although maybe he wouldn’t get as much of a say) and I couldn’t deal with the pathetic excuses and the whole “we play one way and have no plan B” like at Liverpool. Simeone would be another move I’d be against because he is too similar to Jose and Conte although a time least we’d have a lot more character in the side under him, Atletico always seem to be right up for the majority of bigger games under him and regardless of how you play that is a good aspect for any team.

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4 hours ago, Azpinator said:

I don't think I should waste my time thinking about managers because with this current board no manager on the planet can make us a consistent top team again.

A team above us in the table who have just smashed us at Stamford Bridge run a transfer policy that makes ours look like PSG. Yes you can make some allowances on the manager because of what you said but it's not like he's being given Sunderland's squad is it?

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10 minutes ago, Tomo said:

A team above us in the table who have just smashed us at Stamford Bridge run a transfer policy that makes ours look like PSG. Yes you can make some allowances on the manager because of what you said but it's not like he's being given Sunderland's squad is it?

don't mind him... as pathetic as d board is conte moaning about lack of transfers has beclouded them to think our squad is that piss poor... ffs we ain't even expecting him to win the epl  or ucl with the squad...just top 4....

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1 hour ago, Tomo said:

A team above us in the table who have just smashed us at Stamford Bridge run a transfer policy that makes ours look like PSG. Yes you can make some allowances on the manager because of what you said but it's not like he's being given Sunderland's squad is it?

That club offered some sort of stability to its manager. It's not all about spending. Mourinho is also currently above us but he still collapsed while under our board.

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2 hours ago, milka said:

 

if got him  has the manager we need to luis campos aswell 

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Might as well get Simeone. 

Because we are not going to change. 

If Simeone can work with lesser budget at Atletico he should be good here. 

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