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You know what I really hate about Twitter? The bullshit of the one word sentence at the end of the tweet.

For instance:

'Messi just scored 5 goals against no-name Spanish team 23. Class.'

I don't know why but it fucking boils my shit.

I hate that too, it's so lame and boring. Useless.

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Pep is the best for the current modern game. I'd like him to come and conduct a big cull of the squad. I also think he can bring through our young talent within his system and philosophy.

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It doesn't have to be a certain manager to change things. It's about the club's philosophy. The best example is Barcelona. They have a philosophy. All of their teams, even the youngest team of their academy, they all play in the same system. That's how they prepare their youth for the big team. We need a philosophy, we need to have a constant idea of football and stick to it. And the manager is not the answer. The manager can't give you stability in modern football. It's not about that anymore. If you have a philosophy, then you can afford replacing the manager once in a while (look at Bayern, Barca, Real) and still be successful. But if you only count on "hey, let's put this guy here and expect him to build an empire", it's not gonna work ON LONG TERM. There will never be another Sir Alex because football has changed. Completely.

I agree. I think that whoever is appointed the next manager will merely be a sign as to whether the board agree too and look at themselves.

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It doesn't have to be a certain manager to change things. It's about the club's philosophy. The best example is Barcelona. They have a philosophy. All of their teams, even the youngest team of their academy, they all play in the same system. That's how they prepare their youth for the big team. We need a philosophy, we need to have a constant idea of football and stick to it. And the manager is not the answer. The manager can't give you stability in modern football. It's not about that anymore. If you have a philosophy, then you can afford replacing the manager once in a while (look at Bayern, Barca, Real) and still be successful. But if you only count on "hey, let's put this guy here and expect him to build an empire", it's not gonna work ON LONG TERM. There will never be another Sir Alex because football has changed. Completely.

Well, Chelsea youth team plays attractive, possession based football for 5-10 years now. They always want to play in style and are putting that thoughts ahead of the results as Academy director says.

Chelsea board want the club to play certain way. They bought players for it. They failed delivering the right man though. But even Jose after he came back a huge chunk of his interview spend on saying how Chelsea has to play in certain way with youth coming through. I think we only needed an inspiration person to take us that one step further. For now we have to recover though. But you really can't say that Chelsea has no philosophy when youth team from U8 team to U21 plays the same way. U18 or U21 coaches say that they have no problem integrating upcoming players to the elder team as they are used to very much the same.

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I say no to an interim. Just give someone the job, let them buy a few players in January and then let the real season begin next year.

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Well, Chelsea youth team plays attractive, possession based football for 5-10 years now. They always want to play in style and are putting that thoughts ahead of the results as Academy director says.

Chelsea board want the club to play certain way. They bought players for it. They failed delivering the right man though. But even Jose after he came back a huge chunk of his interview spend on saying how Chelsea has to play in certain way with youth coming through. I think we only needed an inspiration person to take us that one step further. For now we have to recover though. But you really can't say that Chelsea has no philosophy when youth team from U8 team to U21 plays the same way. U18 or U21 coaches say that they have no problem integrating upcoming players to the elder team as they are used to very much the same.

If Chelsea ever decide to truly integrate youth players, it will be a process. Including some dry spells in terms of trophies. They've just put it off constantly and delivered lovely empty words to the fans.

I always point to Bayern. They weren't a force in Europe in the 00s after their CL win and were no longer the dominant force in Germany. But they've been reaping the awards of their labour the past five years.

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"I can't slow down my players and make them sit back even if we are winning 3-1".

" You can't wait for Arsenal because they are good technically, you have to play".

People will like (once again) this man, he has proven that he doesn't just say these kind of things, he litterally went all in against Barcelona at home ( which should have been rewarded btw ), and now he has players who might be more adapted to his approach.

But I mainly remember him as a really composed, nice, calm and pragmatic main, these qualities are obviously still here, and as our player's confidence is really low, I think he could fix this whole mess.

I wanted Ancelotti at least, if we couldn't get Hiddink, because their man management is similar, Roman made his choice, he is always going to back the players instead of the coach, if that's the case then we might as well start getting good, brilliant but soft coaches ( Pep ain't one, he is really confrontational btw... )

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