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MrBlueGuy

Next Manager?

Started by MrBlueGuy,

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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16 minutes ago, zekinjo said:

"If anyone comes to negotiate for him (Sarri), I will be very reasonable.

"I am not a vindictive person and, I repeat, Sarri will always have my thanks."

#ADL

Think that has been obvious all this time, no? They are willing to let Sarri go but the problem is we do not want to pay the fee and are dragging this out due to being cheapskate bastards!

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Just now, Jason said:

Think that has been obvious all this time, no? They are willing to let Sarri go but the problem is we do not want to pay the fee and are dragging this out due to being cheapskate bastards!

What else is new.. Do it plenty of times with players not shocked doing it with a manager as well. 

There is no point hiring someone who won't last..so they'd most likely end up paying out money anyway so might as well do it now. 

Mean not like we have a stadium to pay for yet or anytime soon so can't use that excise

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1 hour ago, MrExcalibur100 said:

This is how our fans slowly but surely have started settling for less. I remember many people on this forum that were "happy" with Drinkwater when we missed out on Tolisso last season. 

What makes Tolisso better than Mount or RLC? Nothing apart from having more experience playing at that level. This is why RLC and Mount need to be back at the club, training and playing with us. The same for Bailey, he has more experience than say Musonda or Hudson-Odoi, but is it better? I don't personally think so. Give our own youngsters the minutes he has had and they would likely have the same hype. 

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1 hour ago, zekinjo said:

"If anyone comes to negotiate for him (Sarri), I will be very reasonable.

"I am not a vindictive person and, I repeat, Sarri will always have my thanks."

#ADL

 

reasonable my ass, old fart

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Him saying he’s not a vindictive person same as he will be very reasonable if Chelsea comes to negotiate for Sarri maybe suggest ADL won’t ask for 8 mill. 

 

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This is to funny. A few weeks ago it was this person this person and possibly take us to next level or at least stop us sliding. Now it's any old poor soul! 

On a slight decline 

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20 minutes ago, The Skipper said:

Roman has deconstructed us so much that Jokanovic doesn’t even seem like a bad idea anymore...

Jokanovic could work you know.

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Real is on Sarri, 70% will go to Madrid, Conte and Pochettino blocked by contracts

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6 minutes ago, 11Drogba said:

Real is on Sarri, 70% will go to Madrid, Conte and Pochettino blocked by contracts

?? Im sure we would let Conte go for free? Or do we want 8 million compensation? :P

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Jokanovic seems like the perfect manager the club can hire from their perspective because you know he'll be so thrilled to be given a shot at a massive club that he won't ask for much in terms of investment. A yes man who will do as he's told and take what he's given without complaint.

Good young manager who probably has a bright future, but surely Chelsea in its current state needs a less risky, more proven at the top level manager right now. 

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Id rather have the burnley manger tbh then any of this tosh thats been thrown about 

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