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Who will be the next Chelsea manager?

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Who should be Chelsea's next permanent manager?   262 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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5 minutes ago, Sideshow Luiz said:

I think I've been hearing that Allegri to Arsenal is almost locked down.

Allegri to Arsenal and Sarri/Jardim to Chelsea are actually the perfect appointments for both clubs at this moment in time.

We need a direction change. If we can't/won't compete with the very big boys financially we need a manager who believes in hard work on the training ground and has a philosophy in place to Bridge the gap in the medium to long term, it can be done, as we have seen at Liverpool and Spurs (they may not have won nothing yet, but to be consistently in the CL and so competitive in big games with their outlay is good going). 

We have two big advantages over them, especially Spurs. An excellent academy/loan structure to tap into and a winning mentality running through the club from top to bottom.

Arsenal on the other hand after years of Wenger's naive ultra attacking tactics, the pragmatism and tactical acumen that Allegri offers is exactly what they need to set them up on the road to recovery, it can't be underestimated the damage Wenger's done trying to cling on.

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32 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

Imagine leaving Napoli for Chelsea...And I'm talking about both manager and players. The fucking mess we are in, the wankers behind the scenes and the constant upheaval.

 

If he’s going to leave for Chelsea it’s only because ADL can’t or won’t bring in for him 1-2 top players he wants to add and obviously can’t promise to keep all the best ones.

Sarri wants to fight Juventus and is aware if there’s no big players there’s no titles too. There’s the problem between Sarri and ADL. They have a dinner on Thursday  night. All depends on ADL now because Sarri expresses his will to stay if ADL is going to back him on the market.

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56 minutes ago, akgw13 said:

It is not so much about us being pro-active as these are Sarri-players. They have expressed their love of playing for him, and he has made them integral and valuable players. If(big if) we do hire Sarri as our manager id expect Jorginho & Koulibaly, at the very least Jorginho. Sarri would insist on it and I think Napoli believe Jorginho won't be the same player under someone else. They will collect large sums for either player, and we might be happy to pay for both. 

I just feel that Joginho is going to City.  I see him being a Fernandinho replacement, in the longer term.  In the shorter term, for all of City's depth, Fernandinho doesn't actually have a like for like replacement.

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1 hour ago, Sideshow Luiz said:

I think I've been hearing that Allegri to Arsenal is almost locked down.

Dont know. Allegri came out and said he wont leave Juventus unless they fire him. Don't think he'd say something only to go. I doubt they'd fire him either. Theyve repeatedly said they want him to stay as well and now hes came out and said that I think its more than likely. I think Arsenal will go another way and appoint a young manager with little experience and let him try build the club up.

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1 hour ago, Tomo said:

Allegri to Arsenal and Sarri/Jardim to Chelsea are actually the perfect appointments for both clubs at this moment in time.

We need a direction change. If we can't/won't compete with the very big boys financially we need a manager who believes in hard work on the training ground and has a philosophy in place to Bridge the gap in the medium to long term, it can be done, as we have seen at Liverpool and Spurs (they may not have won nothing yet, but to be consistently in the CL and so competitive in big games with their outlay is good going). 

We have two big advantages over them, especially Spurs. An excellent academy/loan structure to tap into and a winning mentality running through the club from top to bottom.

Arsenal on the other hand after years of Wenger's naive ultra attacking tactics, the pragmatism and tactical acumen that Allegri offers is exactly what they need to set them up on the road to recovery, it can't be underestimated the damage Wenger's done trying to cling on.

It's kind of funny, the positions we are in.  We were always a little jealous when Arsenal were playing attractive football.  We would give Arsenal supporters shit while we were winning the trophies, but kind of wished we could play with a little more flair.  

I was watching Arsenal Fan TV to see who the fans wanted and they were all ofter a defensive manager.  Allegri, Simeone.  So, it turns out, while Arsenal supporters were giving us shit about our defensive football.  Actually, they kind of wished that their club had a little more defensive pragmatism.

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7 minutes ago, Sideshow Luiz said:

I just feel that Joginho is going to City.  I see him being a Fernandinho replacement, in the longer term.  In the shorter term, for all of City's depth, Fernandinho doesn't actually have a like for like replacement.

He very well could, i don't see him as a like for like replacement with fernandinho as he inst nearly as defensively capable or physical. But you are correct, if he goes anywhere its probably City, unless we get Sarri than its probably 60-40 in favour of us. Simply because he knows he will get the confidence of Sarri and moonwalk into our starting XI. Interesting decisions ahead. 

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3 minutes ago, OneMoSalah said:

Dont know. Allegri came out and said he wont leave Juventus unless they fire him. Don't think he'd say something only to go. I doubt they'd fire him either. Theyve repeatedly said they want him to stay as well and now hes came out and said that I think its more than likely. I think Arsenal will go another way and appoint a young manager with little experience and let him try build the club up.

It's all up in the air.  We should know everything within the next 2 weeks. 

Arsenal have nothing stopping them from naming Arsene's successor, so their news should be out shortly.

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3 minutes ago, akgw13 said:

He very well could, i don't see him as a like for like replacement with fernandinho as he inst nearly as defensively capable or physical. But you are correct, if he goes anywhere its probably City, unless we get Sarri than its probably 60-40 in favour of us. Simply because he knows he will get the confidence of Sarri and moonwalk into our starting XI. Interesting decisions ahead. 

Yeah, not exactly the same.  But a deep lying playmaker.  Not as defensive as Fernandinho, but a much better passer.

The last few windows have told me not to get too excited about any potential names in the transfer window.  Any name I hear, I'd be better off googling "Who's a more shit version of (insert transfer rumour)"?

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1 hour ago, akgw13 said:

It is not so much about us being pro-active as these are Sarri-players. They have expressed their love of playing for him, and he has made them integral and valuable players. If(big if) we do hire Sarri as our manager id expect Jorginho & Koulibaly, at the very least Jorginho. Sarri would insist on it and I think Napoli believe Jorginho won't be the same player under someone else. They will collect large sums for either player, and we might be happy to pay for both. 

I remember about 2 years ago now we were all assuming Conte would be bringing half of Italy with him.

We are still waiting

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Talk of Conte's departure seems to have died a bit.  Considering that it has been pretty much non-stop since he signed a new deal with improved terms, but not an extension.  The only people that seem to be talking about it are here in the forums, and Chelsea fan YouTube stuff.  

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44 minutes ago, Stats said:

http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11661/11373128/chelsea-may-move-for-spurs-boss-mauricio-pochettino

Although it would be brilliant to see the scenes over at WHL, he would be my first choice for sure, if we could lure him away. Top manager but doubt he will come to us unless he is given like double the money.

Not a chance in hell mate. Obviously a load of cow dung. Hes not going to leave somewhere hes finally got to resemble a working yeam. Unless of course his golden potato head has decided to sod off to warmer climates along with a couple of others copying Tibo & Eden and holding back on their contrcts angling to catch Spain too??

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There's reports coming out of Italy today that Sarri will sign a new contract with Napoli.

Doesn't look like there is much out there that fills me with optimism and excitement.

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