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MrBlueGuy

Next Manager?

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How often we see the club offer somebody contract extension after they realized another club was after him? Most of the time. Unless they are done with him. So Derby's reaction is very normal.

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Lampard is probably stuck between two minds. Otherwise this whole thing would have been done yesterday. Sarri was supposed to go, but not until Chelsea had a replacement.

And Lampard by the looks of things still hasn’t decided if he wants to go. Derby then tried to make an offer for him to stay.

If Lampard knows what’s good for him, he’ll stay away from us for now. Chelsea isn’t ready for him and he will face a disaster with that squad and the media.

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2 hours ago, bigbluewillie said:

Absolute bullshit

We need him, and he needs us, make it happen number one.:D

Taken from Sky Sports.

Roberto Di Matteo says it is not too soon for Frank Lampard to become Chelsea manager because he has all the tools needed to succeed in the role.

He does have the tools, but needs to learn to master them. I would like to hear RDM's in-depth analysis of why exactly it is not too soon. Too many one sentence statements floating around with nothing to back them up to take them seriously. I do hope he is indeed ready and hits the ground running, and he may as well during the honeymoon period (we have that with every single new manager), but this squad has shown they can't withstand the whole season in such form.

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1 minute ago, manpe said:

He does have the tools, but needs to learn to master them. I would like to hear RDM's in-depth analysis of why exactly it is not too soon. Too many one sentence statements floating around with nothing to back them up to take them seriously. I do hope he is indeed ready and hits the ground running, and he may as well during the honeymoon period (we have that with every single new manager), but this squad has shown they can't withstand the whole season in such form.

We have always needed a motivator to give our best......and he will be just that. Lamps I see him as adaptable, he might not be ready per say, but he will learn faster than mnay give him credit for. I rather Allegri but thats a no since yesterday, so Lamps it is.....I rather Lamps than Ten Hag, Jardim and the likes.

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1 minute ago, Atomiswave said:

We have always needed a motivator to give our best......and he will be just that. Lamps I see him as adaptable, he might not be ready per say, but he will learn faster than mnay give him credit for. I rather Allegri but thats a no since yesterday, so Lamps it is.....I rather Lamps than Ten Hag, Jardim and the likes.

My worry is that when things go bad, which they inevitably will, then he will be shat on by everyone and sacked by the clueless board. I wouldn't mind him coming in, I love Lamps, but he will need to be shown massive patience. 

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Yesterday:

Derby wont stay in the way between Frank and Chelsea.

Today:

Derby wants to offer Frank a new contract to keep him there.

:rolleyes:

 

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5 hours ago, Jason said:

According to Duncan Castles, Lampard has agreed to take the job after receiving reassurances from Roman...

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/sport/roman-abramovich-makes-phone-plea-to-lampard-to-take-chelsea-job-8tps6ml06

If true, a sensible assurance and a huge deal for Chelsea to do this. Good time for Frank to take the job when priorities have been reset.

 

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9 hours ago, manpe said:

My worry is that when things go bad, which they inevitably will, then he will be shat on by everyone and sacked by the clueless board. I wouldn't mind him coming in, I love Lamps, but he will need to be shown massive patience. 

I have such low expectations for next year it will really take some truly shambolic managing for months on end to get me going cray

I will be pretty happy if we just stay in the top 6

I also am actually really excited if Lamps comes on board and CHO immediately renews

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On 14/06/2019 at 10:47 PM, MoroccanBlue said:

Why City being banned from the Champions League is going to be a piss take as they will steamroll the league that season. 

If they are out of the CL, and if they can beat Victimpool twice, they (and this is insane to even ponder, and has a one in a million chance of happening) MAY have a shot at a perfect 114 point season. If that is ever to happen in a big Six league, then it would be this shitty team in a non Europe year. They will need to tweek a few things still I think. I think they need to sell Danilo and get Cancelo and deffo need a LB (as Mendy is hurt far too often) and they need a DH DMF (Fernandinho is simply too old (34 and 35yo next season) now to play even a full EPL-only season and remain healthy) and they need another WC CB (as I have always said, I do NOT rate Stones that high, and Kompany and Otamendi are gone-- and Otamendi has been shite for ages)

RB Cancelo (by far the best for them) or  Sergi Roberto or Wan-Bissake (not sure if he is a good fit for their system though) or Ashraf Hakimi (Pep style young 19yo) or Youcef Atal (OGC Nice, super young fullback)

LB (same targets as us) Telles, Chilwell, Junior Firpo, José Gayà (if they were truly cray, they should make offer for Alaba)

DH DMF  Rodrigo (Atletico Madrid, perfect, archetypal Pep DMF, absolute is the next Busquets) or Ruben Neves or Tanguy Ndombélé (I think he is capable of playing there under Pep) or Igor Zubeldia - Real Sociedad (similar to Rodrigo, a tad smaller, is also a perfect Pepe DMF)

CB  de Ligt, KK, José Giménez, Varane, Marquinhos (I think he would be perfect) maybe roll dice with Umtiti, or go with youth in Rúben Dias, or finally, a wild card, Iñigo Martínez (Athletic Bilbao), IMHO probable the most underrated CB in Europe over the last 5 years, he is now 28. Insane passer and pacey, good size. He would be a monster in the Pep system and he still has 3 or so good years left.

They sort those, they COULD, with a lot of luck, possible do the impossible: 38 wins, no draws, no defeats (it will all come down (if they have not already fucked up) to those 2 Bindipper games)

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On 14/06/2019 at 9:03 PM, Iggy Doonican said:

Allardyce or Pullis.

full stop RIOT if some shite like that EVER went on, roflmaoooooo

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Massimiliano Allegri Reveals Why He Is Not in the Running for Chelsea Manager Role

https://www.90min.com/posts/6390713-massimiliano-allegri-reveals-why-he-is-not-in-the-running-for-chelsea-manager-role

Massimiliano Allegri has ended speculation that he might be appointed Chelsea manager, or any other vacant post in the near future, by revealing that he plans to take a year away from football. 

With Maurizio Sarri's announcement as Juventus manager expected imminently, Allegri had been tentatively linked with a move to Stamford Bridge - although Frank Lampard remains the strong favourite.

Allegri, who left Juventus at the end of the 2018/19 season, has now dismissed any notion that he could take over at Chelsea, professing his desire to take a sabbatical from football management to focus on his family and friends.

Speaking at an event on leadership in Milan, as quoted by Football Italia, Allegri said: ''I am going to take a year off to recharge my batteries and take my personal life back in hand, rediscover after many years the affection of my family, children and friends.  

''The last 16 years have felt like being in a blender. You have to take time away from what you usually spend with family and friends. 

''I'll use this year to recharge my batteries ahead of next season.'' 

Allegri left Juventus as one of the most successful coaches in the club's history, having won five consecutive Serie A titles, alongside four Coppa Italia titles, two Supercoppa Italiana titles and reaching the Champions League final twice.

 

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