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MrBlueGuy

Who will be the next Chelsea manager?

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Who should be Chelsea's next permanent manager?   264 members have voted

  1. 1. Who should be Chelsea's next permanent manager?

    • Luis Enrique
    • Thomas Tuchel
    • Carlo Ancelotti
    • Guus Hiddink
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    • Maurizio Sarri
    • Diego Simeone
    • Max Allegri
    • Brendan Rodgers
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    • Other

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On 4/5/2018 at 4:42 AM, KevinAshburner said:

I wonder how things would've planned out for Chelsea FC if Roman Abramovich chose to stay with AVB as manager for many years.

 

 

It would have ended in a sacking.  It did at Spurs too

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On 4/11/2018 at 4:31 PM, !Hazard! said:

Should go for Jody Morris. None of the progressive big name managers are available and I don't trust Luis Enrique or Allegri to be the guy to guide this club forward. Make Lamps Jody's assistant and we're good to go IMO.

No, he needs to ply his trade elsewhere first.

As good as he has done with the youth set up, managing Chelsea youth teams is the equivalent of managing Celtic!!

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On ‎11‎/‎04‎/‎2018 at 4:31 PM, !Hazard! said:

Should go for Jody Morris. None of the progressive big name managers are available and I don't trust Luis Enrique or Allegri to be the guy to guide this club forward. Make Lamps Jody's assistant and we're good to go IMO.

So you want two blokes without a minute of managerial experience to be in charge because they used to play for us ?. Straight from the BT studio to the dugout for Lamps and promote Morris who has the pick of the best young players and frankly anyone could do a decent job. Just can't see Jody Morris becoming a first team manager of any club unless he's had a road to Damascus type conversion attitude wise he was the epitome of the Billy big bollocks footballer.

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"If Sarri can terminate his contract? Of course, but first, we would have to sit down and talk about it, face to face. Then, we could find solutions."

Best news I have heard about potential managers.

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Leo Jardim FTW, if we cannot get Simeone

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Let me know when the board and owner have changed and maybe we can have a discussion on something that fucking matters related to yet another manager at CFC.

Genuinely don't know what they're doing, so CFC are now a mid-table side that won trophies in a weakened league recently (with Leicester City between BTW).

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On 4/17/2018 at 3:57 AM, quickpassnmove said:

Let me know when the board and owner have changed and maybe we can have a discussion on something that fucking matters related to yet another manager at CFC.

Genuinely don't know what they're doing, so CFC are now a mid-table side that won trophies in a weakened league recently (with Leicester City between BTW).

It really does feel like that. Surely Roman must be looking at what City are doing and realise that we should have achieved this end result whilst still winning the trophies that we have won under his reign. It could have been done. We had the perfect opportunity to build a squad like theirs after winning the Champions League but for some reason unbeknown, he has decided to employ the clueless to run this club.

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On 17/04/2018 at 2:58 AM, DDA said:

What does it matter? Whoever it is has be a yesman otherwise he will last two seasons MAX.

That's it. It's not gana be a long term appointment. 

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Conte's departure will give Abramovich the chance to change direction with Chelsea. But will he listen to those urging him to do so or will he go with another star name? #cfc

 

Abramovich is being urged to consider a change of direction as Chelsea weigh up how best to replace head coach Antonio Conte.

While Chelsea have remained silent on his future, Conte is expected to leave the club at the end of the season and owner Abramovich and his advisers have been besieged by suggestions for the Italian’s successor.

Many of Europe’s leading managerial names, such as Luis Enrique, Max Allegri, Maurizzo Sarri and Leonardo Jardim have been put forward to Chelsea, and Abramovich is most likely to pick from that list. There is also the fall-back of asking Carlo Ancelotti to return.

But Telegraph Sport understands that some close allies of Abramovich have also suggested a new approach that would see Chelsea try to find the next big thing, rather than going for a proven winner or star name.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2018/04/18/chelsea-consider-new-style-manager-antonio-contes-replacement/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

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1 hour ago, milka said:

Conte's departure will give Abramovich the chance to change direction with Chelsea. But will he listen to those urging him to do so or will he go with another star name? #cfc

 

Abramovich is being urged to consider a change of direction as Chelsea weigh up how best to replace head coach Antonio Conte.

While Chelsea have remained silent on his future, Conte is expected to leave the club at the end of the season and owner Abramovich and his advisers have been besieged by suggestions for the Italian’s successor.

Many of Europe’s leading managerial names, such as Luis Enrique, Max Allegri, Maurizzo Sarri and Leonardo Jardim have been put forward to Chelsea, and Abramovich is most likely to pick from that list. There is also the fall-back of asking Carlo Ancelotti to return.

But Telegraph Sport understands that some close allies of Abramovich have also suggested a new approach that would see Chelsea try to find the next big thing, rather than going for a proven winner or star name.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2018/04/18/chelsea-consider-new-style-manager-antonio-contes-replacement/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

I'm extremely torn about this and could understand the Chelsea board having reservations over which route they take. The facts are whether people like it or not, we win trophies and have been now consistently for years. Even in a period of transition where we've let some of the best players in the history of our club leave, and not been as competitive in the transfer market as the Manchester clubs, we've still won the league twice.

I love the idea of building a long term plan and project but the facts are there are only a handful of trophies that can be won each year and whilst the media laud Klopp and Poch and the sides they've built at Liverpool and Spurs, both still haven't won anything yet and may never do so. It was something touted about Arsenal a few years back when they had a young team that they would be a force in 2-3 years time and it never came to fruition.

What I would like to see as a minimum is a strategy implemented at the club which will see an element of consistency in its transition between managers. We go from one 'top' manager to another without their styles and tactics being remotely similar at times and as a result we have a squad which lacks an identity. It is where football people on the board are needed. A manager and players are brought in to fit the style and strategy, which can also be implemented at youth levels too, which would hopefully improve the chances of players making it into the first team squad. Then even if a manager doesn't work, or only lasts the 2-3 year average that it now seems across the country, the club is far better set up to keep pushing forward. As opposed to the confusion and mess it appears to be right now.

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Maurizio Sarri is Chelsea's first choice to replace manager Antonio Conte. Several of Chelsea's summer transfer targets will not commit to the club until they know who will be in charge. (Mail)

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Have a feeling we might see Sarri chugging on a B&H blue wearing Chelsea colours next season.

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1 hour ago, the wes said:

Maurizio Sarri is Chelsea's first choice to replace manager Antonio Conte. Several of Chelsea's summer transfer targets will not commit to the club until they know who will be in charge. (Mail)

That doesn't surprise. 

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15 hours ago, milka said:

Conte's departure will give Abramovich the chance to change direction with Chelsea. But will he listen to those urging him to do so or will he go with another star name? #cfc

 

Abramovich is being urged to consider a change of direction as Chelsea weigh up how best to replace head coach Antonio Conte.

While Chelsea have remained silent on his future, Conte is expected to leave the club at the end of the season and owner Abramovich and his advisers have been besieged by suggestions for the Italian’s successor.

Many of Europe’s leading managerial names, such as Luis Enrique, Max Allegri, Maurizzo Sarri and Leonardo Jardim have been put forward to Chelsea, and Abramovich is most likely to pick from that list. There is also the fall-back of asking Carlo Ancelotti to return.

But Telegraph Sport understands that some close allies of Abramovich have also suggested a new approach that would see Chelsea try to find the next big thing, rather than going for a proven winner or star name.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2018/04/18/chelsea-consider-new-style-manager-antonio-contes-replacement/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

next big thing? havent we been there and done that with AVB in 2011? Its a bold move again but wont happen because the club will panic and not back the manager. Also David Wagner? No chance.

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