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MrBlueGuy

Next Manager?

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22 minutes ago, Vesper said:

the Portuguese James Woods with Manuel Pellegrini hair

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Looks like Woods has just been goosed by someone seems that restraining order against Sean Young hasn't worked :). Pellegrini always looks like he's constantly remembering a childhood trauma like seeing his dog drown and is going to break down at any given moment.

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Allegri is favoured by quite a few people mainly due to experience/CV, and his track record of playing more 'industrial' football that Chelsea are better recognised for and to get the most out of an older, experienced group of players.

However if reverting back to type with regards to tactics, style, etc is the best way to approach this post Hazard, transfer ban stage then we might as well seriously consider bringing Mourinho back.

His CV is better than Allegri, is the master of that style of football and then can also speak English fluently (if one of Allegri's positives is his man management, being unable to speak English doesn't sound too promising) and also ticks boxes for experience managing in the Premier League and knows the club inside out (and still a few of the players).

I'm not endorsing Mourinho to return for a third stint but if we go back down that type of route then his track record and CV has to suggest he is the best option for that whether some want to admit it or not.

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Jorge Jesus. Fuck me. Really scraping the barrel now. Also Steve Holland? I hate to think we are going to go into a season with no transfers, focusing on inproving the squad by integrating players who are potentially going to be very good/good standard PL players in the next few years like Reece James, Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount and appoint a complete novice in terms of managing at the top level in either Frank Lampard or Steve Holland. It would be incredibly risky and perhaps bold but I dont see it panning out well for any of the two. Theres too much there that could possibly go wrong. Either the squad doesnt do as well as before with a lot of aging players such as Luiz, Azpi, Giroud, Willian, Pedro, Higuain, Caballero all declining ir FL/SH struggling to deal with the expectations/pressure at the club. Or not performing well and finishing outside a CL spot which would be dire for recruitment. Or various other reasons.

No way Allegri would take the job because I think other teams will be interested but if not try get him on a 2/3 year deal, that gives Lampard, who I think will eventually end up in the dug out here if his coaching career goes well, enough time to actually prove his worth as a coach and then we can see. If not and if Allegri has done a good job keep him. Allegri is very much safe hands in regards to everyone else weve been linked with, similar to appointing Conte I feel. Experienced at 2 top clubs in Milan and Juventus, won with both, tactically flexible, able to get the best out of players by making a system to better suit them rather than shoehorning players into a fixed system. I think its a no brainer really, if hes up for it and we can get him, it would be the safest and more assuring move to take with this transfer ban next season. Hes shown that he can get the most from older players too, such as Khedira, Cuadrado, Mandzukic, Matuidi, who at their previous clubs were perhaps considered 'finished' or not good enough, which could be helpful because we have got Pedro, Willian, Luiz, Higuain, Giroud (was pretty pish other than Europa League lets be honest) etc who can all do better and he could get that from them perhaps. 

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19 hours ago, Iggy Doonican said:

Pellegrini always looks like he's constantly remembering a childhood trauma like seeing his dog drown and is going to break down at any given moment.

Hahahaha :lol: 

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19 hours ago, Superblue_1986 said:

Allegri is favoured by quite a few people mainly due to experience/CV, and his track record of playing more 'industrial' football that Chelsea are better recognised for and to get the most out of an older, experienced group of players.

However if reverting back to type with regards to tactics, style, etc is the best way to approach this post Hazard, transfer ban stage then we might as well seriously consider bringing Mourinho back.

His CV is better than Allegri, is the master of that style of football and then can also speak English fluently (if one of Allegri's positives is his man management, being unable to speak English doesn't sound too promising) and also ticks boxes for experience managing in the Premier League and knows the club inside out (and still a few of the players).

I'm not endorsing Mourinho to return for a third stint but if we go back down that type of route then his track record and CV has to suggest he is the best option for that whether some want to admit it or not.

I think in this point of time Allegry is a safer bet. He has done better in recent times and younger. And his style suits Chels to a tee.

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1 hour ago, MoroccanBlue said:

His style would have every one of you wishing Sarri was back. Especially with who we currently have at our disposal. 

I'm fairly certain we'll be begging Sarri back once our results and performances will inevitably go bad, doesn't matter who's at helm. Some of the football he got them playing was very exciting (at least for me), especially nearer the beginning of the season, and I'm often impressed with the way we now play out of the back - no more brainless lumping upfield. We never had a proper striker, you can't make any serious team challenge with consistency without a striker that works for you. I do think this is one of, if not the main reason why we look so toothless sometimes, a striker in an attacking team is the focal point. So whoever is next, I do not envy him coming in with this transfer ban and being stuck with them washed up strikers.

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2 hours ago, MoroccanBlue said:

His style would have every one of you wishing Sarri was back. Especially with who we currently have at our disposal. 

I actually liked our play the first 10 games......but after that it was a horror show imo. One of the most boring ( I was bored as fuck watching us, and if we were a goal behind I knew it was game over ) and intent-less I can remember. I for one will not wish him back in any case.....but thats just me.

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Think others have watched Derby more than I did and when they say Franks not ready for the job maybe they indeed know what they are talking about, but from the few Derby matches that I have watched, the Old Trafford one, Southampton (x2), Brighton away and a couple of Championship ones, they did not look bad at all, I mean I was really impressed to see a young team playing on the front foot even against PL sides and not one that would park the bus and feed on 2nd balls all the time. 

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Goal and Italian newspapers reporting that we want Benitez and it's a matter of hours before Sarri -> Juve and Benitez -> Chelsea.

F*cking hell....

 

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15 hours ago, Special Juan said:

Michy is the man next season if the ban remains.

The guy that in the World Cup kicked the ball against the post and it smashed him in the face during a goal celebration 😁😁😁😁

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27 minutes ago, Costa19 said:

Goal and Italian newspapers reporting that we want Benitez and it's a matter of hours before Sarri -> Juve and Benitez -> Chelsea.

F*cking hell....

 

Benitez or Fat Spanish Waiter as he was nicknamed a few years back - wouldn't be a bad shout, he's used to having no money and is actually a half decent coach.

I don't like his past - but it is in the past, so he could do a short-term job (but always short-term with us)

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