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43 minutes ago, 1905didierblue said:

I don't see any manager in the world except for sarri who will choose jorginho over Kante as the dm

Expect Ranieri, Conte, and now Sarri, had Kante play as the aggressor high up the pitch. This myth that Kante is a DM is an absurd one. 

A midfield of RLC, Jorginho, and Kante is perfectly balanced. 

38 minutes ago, Mana said:

You honestly think Lamps will have the balls to permadrop his buddy Willian?

I would hope a person like Lampard, who was a very productive player in the final third, realises how unproductive Willian is and drops him. 

Why is Willian his buddy? They've spent a season together. 

 

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1 hour ago, MoroccanBlue said:

Expect Ranieri, Conte, and now Sarri, had Kante play as the aggressor high up the pitch. This myth that Kante is a DM is an absurd one. 

A midfield of RLC, Jorginho, and Kante is perfectly balanced. 

I would hope a person like Lampard, who was a very productive player in the final third, realises how unproductive Willian is and drops him. 

Why is Willian his buddy? They've spent a season together. 

 

Raneiri had DD behind Kante, Conte had matic. Moreover both of those managers played a double pivot. Playing in a 3 with only one proper DM is a completely different ball game. Essien was a not a DM too, but given the personnel, he was the best choice and one of the best that played.

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3 hours ago, Tomo said:

If any manager comes in and plays Kante as a lone DM i will instantly question their ability as a coach, it neglects his biggest attribute.

Most managers who want to play on the front foot will value Jorginho as the DLP.

100%

Still can't believe pundits like Rio Ferdinand, Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer, Jermaine Jenas etc all thought Kante was a DM and should of played there at the start of the season. Hes never played as a sitter in his days in the PL except 4 games under Conte before we changed to 343..... these guys are paid to give opinions/discuss football on the tv... mental 

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In Germany Rangnick is rumoured to be a candidate for the job. For those who do not know him, he was at the helm for the investor-backed hoffenheim and rb leipzig project leading them from the lower leagues to el places in alternating positions as coach/technical director. His style is pressing and winning the ball high and then attacking as quickly as possible or sitting deep and counter attacking. He either plays 4-3-3 or 4-4-2 but is overall postionally flexible, just demands high work ethic. He is adept at identifying and developing talent, not at all a cheque book manager but would spend on young and upcoming players.  I also thought hard about him but  before but he usually had full backing of owner and board so this job may be out of his depth. No easy character but one of the sharpest footballing minds in Germany.

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24 minutes ago, Magic Lamps said:

In Germany Rangnick is rumoured to be a candidate for the job. For those who do not know him, he was at the helm for the investor-backed hoffenheim and rb leipzig project leading them from the lower leagues to el places in alternating positions as coach/technical director. His style is pressing and winning the ball high and then attacking as quickly as possible or sitting deep and counter attacking. He either plays 4-3-3 or 4-4-2 but is overall postionally flexible, just demands high work ethic. He is adept at identifying and developing talent, not at all a cheque book manager but would spend on young and upcoming players.  I also thought hard about him but  before but he usually had full backing of owner and board so this job may be out of his depth. No easy character but one of the sharpest footballing minds in Germany.

I read on Reddit that he just got an promotion to oversee the Redbulls clubs globally. So.. he he even obtainable?

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Just now, Costa19 said:

I read on Reddit that he just got an promotion to oversee the Redbulls clubs globally. So.. he he even obtainable?

I would rate it 10%

he has his dream job (global oversight of the Red Bull footie empire)

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2 hours ago, Magic Lamps said:

In Germany Rangnick is rumoured to be a candidate for the job. For those who do not know him, he was at the helm for the investor-backed hoffenheim and rb leipzig project leading them from the lower leagues to el places in alternating positions as coach/technical director. His style is pressing and winning the ball high and then attacking as quickly as possible or sitting deep and counter attacking. He either plays 4-3-3 or 4-4-2 but is overall postionally flexible, just demands high work ethic. He is adept at identifying and developing talent, not at all a cheque book manager but would spend on young and upcoming players.  I also thought hard about him but  before but he usually had full backing of owner and board so this job may be out of his depth. No easy character but one of the sharpest footballing minds in Germany.

Interesting choice if it were to happen...definitely sounds more inspiring than Allegri or some of the other names thrown about.

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Actually think it may be a good laugh if we went and appointed Tony Pulis. Long balls/huge throw ins to Giroud every match, Bakayoko clattering people chasing after his first touch, Alonso doing his best Erik Pieters impression and Willian being Willian. 

Na we need to get another manager sorted now Sarri to Juve is all but done basically. If its gonna be Frank then get it wrapped up quickly. If not, dont dwindle and get someone else in. If we dont get Frank then I dont know where we go from here seeing as Allegri wants to take a year off. Steve Holland definitely a wild card but couldnt see us realistically approaching him. Mourinho? I doubt that will happen. Nuno? Cant see it either. Javi Gracia? Please no. Its really looking quite bleak isn't it?

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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2019/06/13/maurizio-sarri-leave-chelsea-juventus-clubs-agree-5m-compensation/

Chelsea have agreed to release Maurizio Sarri to Juventus after finally agreeing a compensation package that could be worth over £5million.

And that will now free the Blues to step up talks over a potential return to Stamford Bridge for club legend Frank Lampard.

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The fee received for Sarri should more than cover any compensation needed to buy Lampard out of his Derby County contract if he is deemed the right man to step in.

Lampard has a number of backers inside Stamford Bridge and, despite some fears over the fact he has managed for just a year with Derby in the Championship, sources put the chances of his return as high as 80 per cent.

Chelsea’s young players have been excitedly exchanging messages over the prospect of Lampard and his assistant Jody Morris returning, and what it would do for their playing prospects.

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My immediete thought in regards to Lamps is how he's going to setup the midfield. Wonder if he'll fancy Jorginho and if so, in what role? I really don't want him sold. 

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