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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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14 hours ago, petre.ispirescu said:

Got to hand it to Pochettino, it's been a long time since I've last watched a team play with this sort of hunger and intensity. Hate to say it, but Spurs are an absolute joy to watch at the moment. 

Your last sentence with me it would have read,  At the moment it's an absolute joy to hate Tottenham !. I despise them always have done always will do.

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8 minutes ago, Iggy Doonican said:

Your last sentence with me it would have read,  At the moment it's an absolute joy to hate Tottenham !. I despise them always have done always will do.

What they did to you ?!

:P

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4 minutes ago, Blue Colored Sky said:

What they did to you ?!

:P

Ha ha a lot mate starting with having an older brother who supports them. I'm thinking in pre season of writing a post of why I hate them so much it will be my longest ever post on Talk Chelsea and it will be full of hate and bile !

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22 hours ago, Fernando said:

This is why I don't want Pellegrini. 

 

I am 100% you said earlier you would like Pellegrini here at Chelsea...

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7 minutes ago, Tautvix said:

I am 100% you said earlier you would like Pellegrini here at Chelsea...

Prove it. Have fun looking for it because you have the wrong guy my friend. 

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Good thing about Simeone above the others is that he is hot property. He is up there with Pep and Jose.  So, if he demands significant transfer activity, you can be damn sure he'll. Get it, especially when the club sees now how bare the manager options are 

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11 minutes ago, Jason said:

Perché non hanno ancora una comprovata esperienza.

and so? guardiola had a proven track when he went at barca? 
after, sarri  have had experience on napoli and empoli, doing always well!
tuchel also, BVB and mainz!
ok, simeone or other... but those i have said are much better than pellegrini, mancini, moyes etc

 

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1 minute ago, blues.bridge said:

and so? guardiola had a proven track when he went at barca? 
after, sarri  have had experience on napoli and empoli, doing always well!
tuchel also, BVB and mainz!
ok, simeone or other... but those i have said are much better than pellegrini, mancini, moyes etc

Never said we shouldn't hire them but they are clearly a risk if we do that.

Tuchel and Sarri have done well but it's only one season so far and would you even have recommended them last season before they went to Dortmund and Napoli respectively? Schubert, on the other, has only done OK so far. Nothing of note to be shouting about.

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http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11095/10159102/chelsea-owner-roman-abramovich-was-obsessed-with-pep-guardiola-says-oliver-kay

"If they hadn't ran Jose out of the door the first time, I think they would have won more. I think they've won a lot of trophies despite that strategy, not because of that strategy.

"When Chelsea won their first title under Mourinho, when they had the money, Sir Alex Ferguson was absolutely terrified at that point. They knew Chelsea had United on the back-foot.

"The only reason Chelsea did not go on and dominate the way United had previously done, was because they kept changing their manager."

Let me see, in 10 years Chelsea won 4 Premier Leagues and1 Uefa Champions League, almost the same record achieved by Ferguson's United in the period, no one can deny Chelsea have been one of the most successful teams in Premier League and in Europe in past 10 years, despite the popular belief that changing managers won't let you win big things. But of course someone will just say "they would have won more", and that Chelsea could dominate they way United did before, if Mourinho wasn't sacked, but he failed to mention that United already was a better side the season before Mourinho was sacked, and the season he was sacked, the team already were some points behind United when he left and they were easily the most solid side in the league.  Then you just realize the same person who said that nonsense is the one who wrote this:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-3436052/Chelsea-Premier-League-s-draw-specialists-look-passive-placid-without-Jose-Mourinho-s-spirit.html

I don't how can anyone who watched the first 16 games of this season can say a single bad thing about this teams' spirit, our about the team looking passive and placid.

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There's absolutely nothing left to discuss with this club and this season at this point. Better off waiting until August.

Clueless shambles.

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8 hours ago, Jason said:

If he's so obsessed with Guardiola, why doesn't he try to appoint a manager similar to him? Simeone, Conte, Allegri, they are all top managers, but not even close to what Pep's playing.

For me the closest thing to Guardiola in world football is Rayo's Paco Jemez. And anyone that watches Rayo on a regular basis can confirm that. He's basically Guardiola with no money and utter trash players. Basically Rayo is the poorest club in La Liga with a budget of around 10-12m Euros per year. And this amount includes the transfer budget money, players, staff, medical department, physios' salaries etc. Every summer they sign youngsters on loan, free agents or rejects like Kakuta or Bebe. Even Steaua Bucharest here in Romania has a bigger budget. Still Rayo can cope with La Liga and are 2nd in the possession rankings, after Barcelona. Paco Jemez is obsessed with adventurous football, a high line, intensity, pressing, possession based football.

And then there's a lot of other managers that get close to Guardiola, although not in all aspects, such as Sampaoli, Pellegrini, Favre, Pochettino etc. Maybe they are not that obsessed with keeping possession 80% of the time, but they play attractive football with high intensity.

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57 minutes ago, petre.ispirescu said:

If he's so obsessed with Guardiola, why doesn't he try to appoint a manager similar to him? Simeone, Conte, Allegri, they are all top managers, but not even close to what Pep's playing.

I think he cares more about success than style. It seems whoever makes it to CL final is on our radar, which makes Conte an unlikely candidate.

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Which manager in the world coming to Chelsea wouldn't want John Terry playing for them? You'd even fight tooth and nail to have him here in a none playing capacity never mind just playing. Lets get one thing straight, get JT signed up because we aren't talking a player who's constantly berated by fans or is constantly poor, this guy isn't just a leader but I believe the a massive part of the foundations that hold the structure up correctly.

One year Chelsea, one fucking year, get your heads out of your brown bullet holes and deal with this please. As for the new manager, I'm not bothered at this moment in time because I feel the club have lost all foresight completely.

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3 hours ago, nullabletype said:

I don't know who the next Chelsea manager will be but he's getting sacked anyway so who cares? Who will the one after that be? And so on...

Exactly!surely be off putting to anyone.want a chance to build a team but soon as results go against that's it usually chance gone goodbye.Club and Co need to learn to not expect miracles and if do sod all in the window expect even less

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