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If Sarri gets the sack I hope the next manager is obsessed with playing CHO every match, might be our only chance to make him sign that contract I saw he was signing autographs to fans maybe there is hope.

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On 2/19/2019 at 4:32 AM, Fernando said:

I been wanting Bielsa for ages. 

Since he has some experience in England now, I will give him a chance. 

That's if we sack Sarri. 

 

You want to try Bielsa after Sarri, that is going to be a disaster.

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The transfer ban comes at a perfect time because we might just keep Sarri. 

No new manager will want to take over with a transfer ban. 

This is perfect and for now we will be forced to stick with a manager for once. 

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1 hour ago, Fernando said:

The transfer ban comes at a perfect time because we might just keep Sarri. 

No new manager will want to take over with a transfer ban. 

This is perfect and for now we will be forced to stick with a manager for once. 

Nah. Unless we get summer but even then it's risky. Let's hope he can make changes then as we're not going to bring the players in he wants if don't get summer window. 

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1 hour ago, Fernando said:

The transfer ban comes at a perfect time because we might just keep Sarri. 

No new manager will want to take over with a transfer ban. 

This is perfect and for now we will be forced to stick with a manager for once. 

im sorry but you must be naive if you think that this board is thinking rationally. sarri is getting the sack and after that they will think about the new manager and the transfer ban. they dont have vision, proven numerous times before.

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Sarri has already stated he cannot motivate them and other outlandish quotes- The transfer ban has little to do with him, regardless of it if the results continue he will be sacked.

Chances are the appeal will see us buying in the summer, couple that with the crazy money we throw at managers there will always be someone who is 'attracted' to the job.

I think with this manager and current group all hope is lost, just read Rudiger's quotes from the other day.

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2 hours ago, Fernando said:

The transfer ban comes at a perfect time because we might just keep Sarri. 

No new manager will want to take over with a transfer ban. 

This is perfect and for now we will be forced to stick with a manager for once. 

Sticking with Sarri is a dangerous game. Most fans doesn't like him. For me it is more important to know what kind of football that we want and have a good player recruitment and development. That is the key for long term succes not the manager. 

 

 

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Just now, communicate said:

Sticking with Sarri is a dangerous game. Most fans doesn't like him. For me it is more important to know what kind of football that we want and have a good player recruitment and development. That is the key for long term succes not the manager. 

It's vital we carry on with what we started appointing Sarri and keep transitioning to the new style.

For all the talk of it going wrong with AVB because we tried to change the style, we actually carried on the process after him for a further two years and it was only because Mourinho suddenly decided he wanted a fast track title we stopped.

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24 minutes ago, communicate said:

Sticking with Sarri is a dangerous game. Most fans doesn't like him. For me it is more important to know what kind of football that we want and have a good player recruitment and development. That is the key for long term succes not the manager. 

 

 

Many didn't like Benitez and we was doing fine, only to get Mourinho the fans choice......

Screw what the fans think when it comes to manager. That screwed us in the past. 

 

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24 minutes ago, Tomo said:

It's vital we carry on with what we started appointing Sarri and keep transitioning to the new style.

For all the talk of it going wrong with AVB because we tried to change the style, we actually carried on the process after him for a further two years and it was only because Mourinho suddenly decided he wanted a fast track title we stopped.

Hiring Mou for the 2nd time kinda hurt us in the long run but we won two epl and everyone were happy. Maybe it is just Chelsea DNA to play counter attacking football. 

I personally have no problem in changing but clearly the majority of Chelsea fans don't agree with me and all the booing and complaining will put pressure on the board to sack the manager. 

If we continue who should we hire next? I honestly have no clue. People want a manager who is flexible, play youth and win games. Plus you want attacking football. 

Forget to add. You also can't be too flexible depending on your opp or people will think that you are coaching small team like David Moyes 

 

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4 minutes ago, communicate said:

Hiring Mou for the 2nd time kinda hurt us in the long run but we won two epl and everyone were happy. Maybe it is just Chelsea DNA to play counter attacking football. 

I personally have no problem in changing but clearly the majority of Chelsea fans don't agree with me and all the booing and complaining will put pressure on the board to sack the manager. 

If we continue who should we hire next? I honestly have no clue. People want a manager who is flexible, play youth and win games. Plus you want attacking football. 

Forget to add. You also can't be too flexible depending on your opp or people will think that you are coaching small team like David Moyes 

 

People boo and did the same thing to Benitez and after a while we pulled through. 

No reason why the same thing will not happen here. 

And mind you with Benitez it was more horrible. 

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5 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

I wouldn't be surprised to see us going for Eddy Howe.

Maybe, but he need to show that bournemouth can play like big boys. I haven't watched bournemouth team enough to judge.

In England only Poch I think manage to successfully translate succes moving from smaller team to a big team. But his soton team is just famous for their pressing style. I don't remember against whom but it was one of big 6. Soton played them off the park. 

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5 minutes ago, communicate said:

Maybe, but he need to show that bournemouth can play like big boys. I haven't watched bournemouth team enough to judge.

In England only Poch I think manage to successfully translate succes moving from smaller team to a big team. But his soton team is just famous for their pressing style. I don't remember against whom but it was one of big 6. Soton played them off the park. 

To be fair Howe has done a super job at Bournemouth, and considering their spending power he has them playing good football.

I'm not for one minute saying we should go for him, but this club bunny hop their way through managers so much it's like scratching around the lost property bin year on year.

The young English bloke who's done well on a poor budget would be something, that I think, the board would see as 'fuck it let's give it a go'

We've done AVB, Jose x2, the Italian chain smoker is charge now, who was meant to bring 'Sarri-ball', it's more like Sorry-ball because I don't think the players have a clue what it is, and neither does Sarri.

 

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19 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

To be fair Howe has done a super job at Bournemouth, and considering their spending power he has them playing good football.

I'm not for one minute saying we should go for him, but this club bunny hop their way through managers so much it's like scratching around the lost property bin year on year.

The young English bloke who's done well on a poor budget would be something, that I think, the board would see as 'fuck it let's give it a go'

We've done AVB, Jose x2, the Italian chain smoker is charge now, who was meant to bring 'Sarri-ball', it's more like Sorry-ball because I don't think the players have a clue what it is, and neither does Sarri.

 

Lolol at

Italian chainsmoker sorryball merchant

I wanna toss myself off the balcony :(

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4 hours ago, Fernando said:

The transfer ban comes at a perfect time because we might just keep Sarri. 

No new manager will want to take over with a transfer ban. 

This is perfect and for now we will be forced to stick with a manager for once. 

Says a lot when this is the best argument people can make on why we should keep Sarri.

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2 minutes ago, Jason said:

Says a lot when this is the best argument people can make on why we should keep Sarri.

I want to keep him to have stability. 

To build on a manager identity. 

Just like I have wanted to keep the past manager. 

 

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