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kobematabryant

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  1. I've spoke to Chelsea fans, who are still bitter about Lampard and feel Lampard should be still in charge, so they still haven't managed to fully appreciate Tuchel. I feel this will always stick with Tuchel, for the duration of the time he is here.
  2. Finally we have a proper manager at Chelsea. I'm still amused to this day we ever appointed Sarri and managed to trust a novice like Lampard, to take on such a big job. Thank fuck we moved on.
  3. I love the guy and I'm sure most do, but there's a good amount of our fanbase wishing Tuchel fails because of Lampard and they don't rate him highly.
  4. Our most hated manager since Benitez, yet has transformed our performances and is continuously getting the results. Our only mistake is not hiring him sooner.
  5. This guy is no Chelsea fan. Absolute liar.
  6. I am only 20 years old, so I don't remember Zola playing for us, but Hazard is the most talented player I've seen in a Chelsea blue shirt, such a shame he's leaving us but I must be grateful for everything he has done for us.
  7. Thank fuck this stinking mess of a manager, Sarri, is about to leave. Best news of the season.....Allegri/Lampard would be the dream.
  8. This 3rd spot is very similar to United getting 2nd spot last season. Everyone knows we aren't the third best team in England right now, and United weren't the 2nd best team last season. It all creates a false sense of security. United board believed in this 2nd spot and they paid the price, by not backing the manager, and I'm getting the impression we will pay the price because our board is inept and will probably keep Sarri.
  9. The fact that Arsenal and Tottenham's form in the league recently took a massive nose-dive, is the worst thing that could have happened to this football club. It's almost like that Kimpembe handball against United. A false friend. Now, we are stuck with mediocrity for the foreseeable future and it's not going to get any better. Everyone, who understands football, clearly knows we didnt "earn" top 4 this season or deserve to be in it but we were merely gifted it. Don't get me wrong, I have nothing against being gifted something but when our entire team is a shambles, with an inept manager and o
  10. Sack Sarri ASAP after this season. The man is straight up clueless. Get in a manager, who will be able to make the most of our loaned and academy players.
  11. That was Hazard's greatest game in a Chelsea shirt.
  12. Sarri is a poison that needs to be extinguished this summer. Everyone's excuse is that Sarri needs time to build his own team with his players but with the transfer ban coming up, what hope do we have with this manager? Nothing. We need to bring in a manager that is able to work well with youth players and can build a good team from all our current players out on loan, with the ones we already have.
  13. Lampard in the summer would be ideal, especially with the upcoming transfer ban. He will integrate the youth well into our first team.
  14. Where are all those Sarri fanboys gone, who have been defending this cunt for past few weeks?
  15. Absolutely no confidence going into this game, with Italian Moyes in charge.
  16. "Napoli have been splashing cash, in relative to italian football"
  17. "little to no budget"? Are you serious man? Napoli have been splashing cash, in relative to Italian football, for a while now. Were players like Milik, Zielinski, Allan, Higuain, Mertens, Albiol all bought with "little to no budget"? I even remember the transfer window when Napoli bought 3 in-form Real Madrid players in a single window. Granted, some of those players I listed weren't Sarri signings, but he still had foundation of good players, bought with a lot of money. You are talking about "little to no budget"? That's what Everton was 2004-2013. What is the most ironic thing ab
  18. Both managers never and will ever win anything in their career, and are not suited to the top level.
  19. I'm all well and good with giving managers time. I understand that our model has shifted to a more patient approach with emphasis on building a sustainable team, that will challenge down the line. Guardiola was given time and now he has transformed City in a formidable side. His first season was an improvement season to their previous season, when they finished 4th under Pellegrini, so whilst they weren't the finished product, they still made progress as they finished higher. That's not even to mention, Guardiola has one of the best CV's in world football, boasting numerous titles and European
  20. The people who are advocating that Sarri needs to be given time, will be the eventual downfall of this club.
  21. Easily the worst manager we've had in a very long time. If we don't sack this virus, we will fall out of top 6 (even Wolves will overtake us), get smashed in the cup final, get knocked out of Europa quick and lose to United in FA cup, so changes need to be made ASAP. Also, a classless manager. At least, with Mourinho, he was great at what he did.
  22. You can throw me all these examples of managers like Mourinho, Klopp or Pep being given time, but all these 3 managers have a big thing in common. They are successful and win trophies, and plus they are young. They are all proven at the highest level. Sarri, on the other hand, is a very old manager, stubborn, has never won anything in his long life, managed only 3 years of top level football prior. He has no plan B in any of the games. His system is flawed and looking like it is ineffective in English football. He is playing our best 2 players in the team, out of position, on a regular b
  23. Too soon for Sarri Out? Nah man. The later we sack him, the more damage is done to our club and our chances of top 4 and winning cups will be damaged, if he isn't sacked in time. Just look at United, they sacked Mourinho, now they are making progress and are likely to make top 4. Could you imagine if they hadn't sacked Mourinho? They would've probably be on the same level as Wolves, Watford, Everton in the league. In fact, United sacked Mourinho much later than they should have. Had they sacked Mourinho near the beginning, United would've been top 3 comfortably. Sarri has never won
  24. Well I felt that you equated Belgian market audience with South Korea's or American, which is why I felt I had to correct you.
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