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KENT_BLUE

Gianfranco Zola

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Finally Jose has realised that his coaching skills in the final third are somehow limited and modern football is more than speculating your enemy's weaknesses. Exactly what Sir Alex did when he brought Meulensteen to the team.

Bring back GF and let him work his magic.

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https://twitter.com/UberCheIseaFC/status/582928381576085504

I am sure folks here have talked about Mourinho to overcome his ego and recrut attacking coach :) Good pick, this.

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Thats fantastic news. Even if zola might not be the best choice tactically, it's good he knows that its okay to get a coach like Ferguson did.
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Sounds far-fetched. Anyone have a link to the actual source?

Right.

I was slightly estatic but now I checked a root for this rumours and couldn't find anything.

Just scrolled through Gazzetta Dello Sport twitter feed from the last 2 days and there's nothing.

It's not the first time that something was suppousedly on GDS and I couldn't find a grain of this on their site.

Back to normal I guess, however I'd love if Jose would swallow a humble pie and hire some attacking coach.

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Chelsea legend Gianfranco Zola told Talksport on Wednesday that Chelsea are not boring and Jose Mourinho’s team are rightful Premier League champions this season.


The topic of Chelsea’s style of play has been raised after the Blues scored a 0-0 draw at Arsenal last weekend.


Zola has dismissed claims that Chelsea are boring, as the Italian cited Chelsea’s “brilliant performances” in the first half of the season.


Moreover, Zola shed praise on Eden Hazard, as he voiced his opinion that the Belgian international has taken his game on to another level this year.


http://www.101greatgoals.com/blog/zola-chelsea-boring-jose-mourinhos-team-rightful-premier-league-champions-audio/?


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Gianfranco is the best player i've ever seen in a Chelsea shirt and the King Of Stamford Bridge Peter Osgood comes next. Here's my favourite Zola goal. I knew when that goal went in all the years of frustration and pain were over and our name was on the cup.

https://youtu.be/u3ImWZStSyA

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Gianfranco is the best player i've ever seen in a Chelsea shirt and the King Of Stamford Bridge Peter Osgood comes next. Here's my favourite Zola goal. I knew when that goal went in all the years of frustration and pain were over and our name was on the cup.

https://youtu.be/u3ImWZStSyA

Would like to see more of that -perfectly weighted pass in front of the defender for the forward to win, drag back, turn and shoot.

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"My dream, let us say my ambition, is to be Chelsea manager some day in the future," Zola told Sky Sports.

"However, I realise that I need to improve as a manager if I want to get there. And I am working hard to achieve my goal. Qatar is helping me a lot in this regard.

"I try to make my side play football in the way I want to see the game played. I have made a small start with Al Arabi and I am confident the results will be seen in the near future."

"The club has it in them to turn around their fortunes," Zola said. "A good result in the UEFA Champions League game against Dynamo Kiev followed by a couple of league wins will do the trick.

"There is no one compelling reason for the poor start to the season. The poor form of key offensive players Eden Hazard and Diego Costa has not helped. Defensively as well the team dropped the standards set last year so the players have lost confidence as a group and this has led to poor results."

"Every day I see a lot of wonderful things happening in preparation for the big event," he said. "Doha is already a great city and I think in four or five years this is going to be an extraordinary place to be in. The World Cup will be massive.

"With the tournament to be staged in November and December the weather at the time is perfect for football. The stadium cooling technology developed by Qatar will make it a good experience for players and fans alike. I have been to the Al Sadd stadium where the air conditioning system is truly amazing.

"I played in the 1994 World Cup in the United States and it was very tough out there with the heat and humidity. I am sure the players will find it much easier in Qatar in 2022."

http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11668/10054505/gianfranco-zola-hopes-to-be-chelsea-boss-one-day

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