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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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I think it should be a toss up between MrBlueGuy and lionsden tbh. They both know far better than Mourinho after all.

If they're unavailable then Stevie Wonder, both Chuckle Brothers and Jade Goody should definitely be in with a shout.

What about a joint effort between Charlie Chaplin and Laurel and Hardy?

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Don't you dare!! No stealing big Mick from my 2nd English team :P.

As soon as I saw that gif again I knew he was the one for us. Sorry dude, has to be done :D

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Big Mick once helped my auntie load some garden plants into her car in a Homebase car park

I feel like this story needs to be elaborated on.

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If Jose does get fired I would love to see Klopp come here.

He also struggled last season though and Dortmund's start this season shows there is nothing wrong with the same group of players. Immobile also criticised him for not focussing on tactics much last season and instead relying on motivation skill.

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He also struggled last season though and Dortmund's start this season shows there is nothing wrong with the same group of players. Immobile also criticised him for not focussing on tactics much last season and instead relying on motivation skill.

Every manager struggles. They played beautiful football in 2011-2013.

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If Jose does get fired I would love to see Klopp come here.

A bit off topic but Tuchel is showing Klopp up a bit here, revitilising Miki and Reus by shifting their positions and Miki looks like the LW role was made for him. Klopp may have got a bit lazy in his last season which has tainted his reputation somewhat. Still a World Class manager though and whichever team picks him up will have got a great player and a great character (hopefully not Liverpool or Arsenal).

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A bit off topic but Tuchel is showing Klopp up a bit here, revitilising Miki and Reus by shifting their positions and Miki looks like the LW role was made for him. Klopp may have got a bit lazy in his last season which has tainted his reputation somewhat. Still a World Class manager though and whichever team picks him up will have got a great player and a great character (hopefully not Liverpool or Arsenal).

Well, Tuchel has only a few games. But, they have played well and teams often get revitalized under a new manager. Kagawa looked good as well yesterday (minus missing a sitter). Klopp is still a great manager like you said and a great motivator.

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I love watching the intensity, work-rate and organisation of Simeone's Atleti. Even with all the constant incomings and outgoings they remain extremely well disciplined. Doing simple things like creating an overload on the wing or getting a cross into the box against them is very difficult, let alone creating clear cut chances.

As someone who really enjoys watching a team fight for every single ball and truly stifle the opposition (as opposed to passive defending, allowing overloads, relying on wastefulness from the opposition and GK MOTM performances like we do now) Simeone would be my choice if/when Mourinho leaves. That said, I think it would be fair to say many people would be against his appointment because of his defensive style and similarities to Mourinho, even though they are tactically very different (as has been noted by the likes of Tiago, Luis, Costa, Courtois).

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Every manager struggles. They played beautiful football in 2011-2013.

Tbf they had Gotze, Lewandowski, Reus, fully fit Kuba and fully fit Bender/Gundogan, along with fully fit defense for most of those 2 seasons. Any half decent manager who cannot get their team to play good football with that deserves to get sacked. Then again our current team now on paper is just as good as that and Jose isn't really doing a great job of helping us playing attacking football, the Aug-Dec period last year seems to be more exception than the norm.

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I love watching the intensity, work-rate and organisation of Simeone's Atleti. Even with all the constant incomings and outgoings they remain extremely well disciplined. Doing simple things like creating an overload on the wing or getting a cross into the box against them is very difficult, let alone creating clear cut chances.

As someone who really enjoys watching a team fight for every single ball and truly stifle the opposition (as opposed to passive defending, allowing overloads, relying on wastefulness from the opposition and GK MOTM performances like we do now) Simeone would be my choice if/when Mourinho leaves. That said, I think it would be fair to say many people would be against his appointment because of his defensive style and similarites to Mourinho, even though they are tactically very different (as has been noted by the likes of Tiago, Luis, Costa, Courtois).

Sometime his team is too organised to the point that they can't create a difference against a well packed smaller team defense though, I remember plenty of games last season where they drew scoreless against smaller teams and that ultimately costed them in the race for title, not the big games which they played really well in for the most part.

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Sometime his team is too organised to the point that they can't create a difference against a well packed smaller team defense though, I remember plenty of games last season where they drew scoreless against smaller teams and that ultimately costed them in the race for title, not the big games which they played really well in for the most part.

It's true that they suffered against the smaller sides and they went backwards last year. I think it is understandable though given that they lost some of the 13-14 side's key components and were stuck with players like Mandzukic and Siqueira, who clearly didn't fit Simeone's ideology. I have high expectations for them this season though.

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