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Just now, Special Juan said:

I'm as passionate as they come, but I'm also so very grounded. Matchday is where I show my true colours whether it be in the ground or watching the TV, but transfers and managerial merry go round is something over the years I have actually just rolled with.

I know mate and each season I say fuck it I'm not even gonna look online but silly season grabs me and reels me in lol

Its just infuriating how WE mere supporters seem to see easily what our problems are yet the board and all attached to the club seem content to drag their feet.

IF they purely see the club as a business then its in their best interest to make us as successful as possible

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I read the news here in Italy where it seems that Conte will become the next coach of Chelsea .... by Juventus fan ... and one that literally he loved juventus.of Conte ... if Antonio arrives at chels

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3 hours ago, Superblue_1986 said:

They could just point blank refuse to enter into any negotiations with us.

For example if us and City both put bids in for Jorginho, they could decide to accept City's and reject ours. 

Reportedly Everton were more open to negotiating with United for Lukaku than us after we had gone for Stones a couple of years ago and upset them. It happens and whilst we need to ensure we run the club as well as possible and are not seen as pushovers or a money pit, the balance of good relations needs to be kept too.

Yeah, I see that, and they could do that.  But, money talks.

If we had offered more than Utd for Lukaku, I'm sure he'd be with us.

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1 hour ago, 11Drogba said:

Being a fan of Guardiola's football and then hiring managers like Mourinho and Conte is contradictory. It also shows that Roman prioritizes titles over style.

Also I didnt say we are not interested, but lets say if Allegri had 8 million clause and was available Roman would have finished the business by now.

http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11095/10159102/chelsea-owner-roman-abramovich-was-obsessed-with-pep-guardiola-says-oliver-kay

 

It's pretty public that Roman really wanted Pep at Chelsea at any cost. Just didn't happen for us.

 

Mourinho was a safe choice 5 years back. 

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2 minutes ago, AK-3001 said:

http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11095/10159102/chelsea-owner-roman-abramovich-was-obsessed-with-pep-guardiola-says-oliver-kay

 

It's pretty public that Roman really wanted Pep at Chelsea at any cost. Just didn't happen for us.

 

Mourinho was a safe choice 5 years back. 

Pep has many trophies in his CV. It supports my point not against it.

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1 hour ago, 11Drogba said:

Being a fan of Guardiola's football and then hiring managers like Mourinho and Conte is contradictory. It also shows that Roman prioritizes titles over style.

Also I didnt say we are not interested, but lets say if Allegri had 8 million clause and was available Roman would have finished the business by now.

Its chats like this when I remmber the one that Drogs had with Roman when he said to him its crazy all the managers we go thru. And Roman answered It Works.

But IF it was only silverware he wants then this manager just gave him 2 in 2 seasons.

I cant work Roman out at all let alone our blinkin board..

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10 minutes ago, 11Drogba said:

Pep has many trophies in his CV. It supports my point not against it.

If you want to believe that what you're saying is right. Then go ahead. But it's more about the style of play and Sarri is most probably joining, so whatever point you're trying to make based off the assumption that Roman doesn't want him here, is void.

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1 minute ago, Unionjack said:

But IF it was only silverware he wants then this manager just gave him 2 in 2 seasons.

The trend does not look promising with Conte. Looking at the last 5 months it is hard to be optimistic about Conte that he will bring more silverware.

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7 minutes ago, Pizy said:

How so? We've had abysmal transfer windows since the Costa/Fabregas summer. Missing on nearly every big target, not backing whichever manager it's been with his top choices, panicking in the last hours of the window and buying dross. And now this. Taking an age to get the managerial situation settled when there's a World Cup and a significantly shortened transfer window. We're already going to find it tougher to bring in to players because we aren't in the CL. Making it even tougher on ourselves by fucking around for weeks.

We're run like a shoddy, second rate club these days. Penny pinching and looking for cheap deals rather than doing what our rivals do and just paying what is necessary.

There are a fair few aspects we should be doing better on yes, but all in all were not even close to being one of the worst run clubs in the UK, let alone Europe.

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1 minute ago, AK-3001 said:

If you want to believe that what you're saying is right. Then go ahead. But it's more about the style of play and Sarri is most probably joining, so whatever point you're trying to make based off the assumption that Roman doesn't want him here, is void.

I got it.

Roman is obsessed about possession football and this is why he hired Mourinho and Conte I guess. Makes sense. lol

I never said Roman does not want Sarri here. You are talking about things that I did not write.

 

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@Pizy to further expand. Blackburn, Villa, Leeds, Sunderland, Rangers are examples of abysmally run clubs of the top of my head, while i can accept we have issues you surely can't think we are in that type of company? 

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4 hours ago, zekinjo said:

 

 

Can someone explain what does that even mean? A release clause that expires in 2 days? So what is going to happen if no one pay the release clause before that dealine? Napoli will pay one more year of salary for a manager that is already sacked? Thats one of the most absurd things I've ever read about football in ages, because its pretty obvious that there is no such thing as release clause that expires in x days. If a manager is no longer needed, and another team want to hire that manager, the only rational option for the club is to release the manager for free, other than paying one year of useless salary for a manager that is already fired.

Its the kind of news that if you think two seconds about it you realize it just doesn't make any sense. It just the old tactic of creating drama in exchange for clicks.

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Just now, Henrique said:

Can someone explain what does that even mean? A release clause that expires in 2 days? So what is going to happen if no one pay the release clause before that dealine? Napoli will pay one more year os salary for a manager that is already sacked? Thats one of the most absurd things I've ever read about football in ages, because its pretty obvious that there is no such thing as release clause that expires in x days. If a manager is no longer needed, and another team want to hire that manager, the only rational option for the club is to release the manager for free, other than paying one year of useless salary for a manager that is already fired.

Its the kind of news that if you think two seconds about it you realize it just doesn't make any sense.

Yeah I don’t understand it either. It’s a confusing one - nothing has been made clear as to what happens after that date. Does the release clause increase? Does it go away? Does it mean he can’t resign? Nothing’s been made clear. 

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3 hours ago, Chelsea Legend 11 said:

Hahahahahahahaha dude please stop watch NiiNii fc... the guy is never right and is just trying to make money off of the fact that no one knows what the club is doing... Nothing gets leaked at Chelsea. 

How would you know unless you watched as well? :P

niiiniii fc aside, this is a tactic that is used all the time in football negotiations, it's nothing new...

As to him, I typically watch some of his videos to just catch up on the latest gossip. Anyone in their right mind would know he's not some sort of in-the-know insider but he does a good job aggregating the latest rumours. Don't always agree with his opinions but I think he's right in this case... not saying anything got leaked, just using logic to try to make sense of the gossip.

If we end up with sarri, that will mean that the blanc interest was just a bluff as I suspect it is, we'll see...

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27 minutes ago, Tomo said:

@Pizy to further expand. Blackburn, Villa, Leeds, Sunderland, Rangers are examples of abysmally run clubs of the top of my head, while i can accept we have issues you surely can't think we are in that type of company? 

Relative to the size of our club we're run poorly. True, we aren't diabolical like those you've named. All I'm saying is that a club as big, rich, and successful as Chelsea is we shouldn't be stumbling and bumbling like we have been. Only due to masterful coaching have our boards' shite work been masked in 2 of the pervious 4 seasons.

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1 hour ago, 11Drogba said:

I found some tweets on Sarri situation while checking replies of football-italia.

 

As I said it just doesn't make any sense. Basically a non story. Its obvious that for Napoli after that deadline, they won't pay a manager that is longer needed, so if any club is willing to hire Sarri, its obvious Napoli will let him go, because it just does not make any sense to waste money on someone who is no longer working for you AND in such situation no club in the world would pay the release clause of a manager that is already fired, because Napoli will let him go for free. Sarri situation is basically the same situation of any manager that is sacked before the end of the contract. For example, if any team want to hire Conte, theoretically they have to pay Chelsea a release clause, but since Conte is no longer needed, Chelsea will just let him go for free and will also avoid paying  one year of salary for a manager that is fired.

I don't even know why such a thing have to be explained because its obvious: "Once the clause has expired, Sarri has to terminate the contract with Napoli by mutual consent, which means negotiating a way out."

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