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MrBlueGuy

Next Manager?

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The only good thing that would come out of Lampard being appointed as tye next manager (I'm not saying this is what I waant) is that he would probably appoint Jody Morris alongside him there too and together they would play the youth from back to front. We would definitely be seeing Reece James, Mount, Odoi and co.

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1 minute ago, Tomo said:

It's a tough one to answer. In many ways no and I still believe the style he's trying to implement is the way we should be heading (which is a big reason as to why I would want Lamps and Jody in if he goes) and I do believe our problems are a lot more personal  then structural but the same time the severity of the recent results can't be ignored, today and the Bournemouth and Arsenal games were complete initiations.

 

I feel the style Sarri is trying to implement is one that is comparable to Pep, Barca, etc and we're just not ready for that. In hindsight the club should have made an appointment in the summer of a more attack minded manager but one that still has flexibility and a more balanced approach. Rumours of him being linked was ridiculed but I think someone like Blanc may have been more suited to this group of players, looking to change the style a little less drastically. Sarri I think becomes the end game essentially.

Having said that he took over from Benitez at Napoli and got his style implemented there although I believe he was initially close to the sack there too.

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7 minutes ago, Tomo said:

It's a tough one to answer. In many ways no and I still believe the style he's trying to implement is the way we should be heading (which is a big reason as to why I would want Lamps and Jody in if he goes) and I do believe our problems are a lot more personal  then structural but the same time the severity of the recent results can't be ignored, today and the Bournemouth and Arsenal games were complete initiations.

He has the right style but just like the AVB, he is going about the wrong way of implementing it and seems hell-bent on sticking with his methods, even if it means dragging us through 4-0 and 6-0 losses! Have read comments that Ancelotti is managing Napoli a lot better this season - notably rotating the squad and making them more tactically flexible. That says quite a bit about Sarri's management.

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1 minute ago, Jason said:

He has the right style but just like the AVB, he is going about the wrong way of implementing it and seems hell-bent on sticking with his methods, even if it means dragging us through 4-0 and 6-0 losses! Have read comments that Ancelotti is managing Napoli a lot better this season - notably rotating the squad and making them more tactically flexible. That says quite a bit about Sarri's management.

That's it. It's hardly getting us off to winning ways and now we seem incapable of defending. If he held his hands up and tried something else then I'd back. At the moment just seems set in whatever it is his doing 

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Ideally the Lampard/Morris scenario would happen in 2-3 years time when they've had a bit more experience (getting Derby promoted and a year or so in the Prem with them).

However it still feels the best option if Sarri is sacked.

They would make sure the players play for the badge and are fully aware of their responsibilities representing Chelsea.

The crowd would be 100% behind them being two Chelsea lads. It would bring the feel-good factor back to the club which I think currently is desperately needed. The fans would also give them a lot more time than the usual manager to put their stamp on things. You would like to think given Lampard's standing too that the board would also give him a bit more time than usually given.

And some of our youth would definitely be given a chance, especially with Morris there with him. I wouldn't expect, nor want us to suddenly be playing 5 or 6 academy players each week but I do think that 4 or 5 should be within the squad now and given opportunities, alongside RLC and Christensen. 

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7 minutes ago, Superblue_1986 said:

I feel the style Sarri is trying to implement is one that is comparable to Pep, Barca, etc and we're just not ready for that. In hindsight the club should have made an appointment in the summer of a more attack minded manager but one that still has flexibility and a more balanced approach. Rumours of him being linked was ridiculed but I think someone like Blanc may have been more suited to this group of players, looking to change the style a little less drastically. Sarri I think becomes the end game essentially.

Having said that he took over from Benitez at Napoli and got his style implemented there although I believe he was initially close to the sack there too.

I did initially think we would have coped with the change better as we on paper have defenders more suited to a high line and more technical attackers than when AVB was here for example.

The bizzare thing is the blueprint to what he wants to do is clear and in the spells it comes off we do look promising, even today we had that spell between the 4th goal and half time when we were the better side and created three very good chances (Pedro twice and Higuain), in the final that could be 60 minutes we have the better and we tuck away two big chances and win.

I do like what he is trying to do, but at the same time we can't keep capitulating away from home like we have been, that's more a mentality thing which the manager has to take responsibility for.

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8 minutes ago, Jason said:

He has the right style but just like the AVB, he is going about the wrong way of implementing it and seems hell-bent on sticking with his methods, even if it means dragging us through 4-0 and 6-0 losses! Have read comments that Ancelotti is managing Napoli a lot better this season - notably rotating the squad and making them more tactically flexible. That says quite a bit about Sarri's management.

The squad rotation was always the big question mark over him but if we do transition to his style fully it's probably not something that would bother us too much.

We knew what we were getting when we hired Sarri. His type of managers always have a plan A and work on perfecting that, which is why his team's when perfected are a lot more consistent than the likes of a Carlo, Emery side who are more implusive and look to change a lot.

The club need to make the decision, they need to be all in one Sarri's football accept the growing pains (they shouldn't be as bad as today) and hope he works out with more of his players or replace him, regardless of what we as fans want there can't be any in-between .

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Just now, Tomo said:

The squad rotation was always the big question mark over him but if we do transition to his style fully it's probably not something that would bother us too much.

We knew what we were getting when we hired Sarri. His type of managers always have a plan A and work on perfecting that, which is why his team's when perfected are a lot more consistent than the likes of a Carlo, Emery side who are more implusive and look to change a lot.

The club need to make the decision, they need to be all in one Sarri's football accept the growing pains (they shouldn't be as bad as today) and hope he works out with more of his players or replace him, regardless of what we as fans want there can't be any in-between .

But you could argue that Sarri's lack of Plan B, reluctant to change aren't helping us. We're so predictable with everything on the pitch - the 4-3-3, like-for-like subs! You see with Guardiola, who plays a very similar style but constantly rotates, changes formation to keep teams guessing and the players on their toes and fresh. With us? You could practically play bingo with what we're gonna do!

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5 minutes ago, Jason said:

But you could argue that Sarri's lack of Plan B, reluctant to change aren't helping us. We're so predictable with everything on the pitch - the 4-3-3, like-for-like subs! You see with Guardiola, who plays a very similar style but constantly rotates, changes formation to keep teams guessing and the players on their toes and fresh. With us? You could practically play bingo with what we're gonna do!

And its been pointed out so many times now by pundits and others. Jose the other day think said about it. We all know it too

There is no shake up change this change that. Just repeat this repeat that. Oh look we have lots of the ball.. Oh look we're also losing again. 

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Bring in ZZ as the interim manager till end of the season if he does a good job hire him full time hazard will enjoy playing under him

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Dudes we look so shallow , false and greedy .

The man has only been here half a season , give him time , we want to see attacking football but that doesn't come easy.  In the summer we will invest wisely on players that suit his style .

We will back , remember we get knocked down but rise up.  Roman won't let us  be mediocre as his love of the club is unconditional. 

it could be worse we could be those fuckwits Spurs , owner who doesn't care, never buys players, wins dig shit and a stupid large  fan base that expect failure .

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Getting a new manager can be secondary. First thing should be to get this fraud and his jorginho out of the club

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Either stick with him or go back to your roots but I doubt a manager with a great CV will come to this mess.

 

Maybe Mourinho won't mind a third spell but personally, I don't want him back.

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It’s that time again, sadly.

Sarriball cannot continue. A failed experiment. Maybe get back to it when we have better players, but now? It’s suidicial football. Teams know how to neutralise Sarriball and not make us play. 

If Sarri doesn’t change, time to sack him.

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