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11 minutes ago, BlueLyon said:

I think we should go for Ser Davos.

He would make our opponents cry.

we do nothing if not arise from the dead

Chelsea - The Nights Watch: Formerly led by a misunderstood individual believed to be the âspecial oneâ or saviour (Jose Mourinho), only to be betrayed and stabbed in the back by the disgruntled old guard (Terry, Fabregas & Co.)

shattered as usual

Tottenham Hotspur - White Walkers:  A powerful force threatening to venture into unexplored territory. Like Leicester, hold one of the strongest positions despite lacking the status and history of other houses

died taking a shit

Manchester United - House Lannister: Filthy rich and until recently controlled by a dominating patriarch (Sir Alex Ferguson). The current leader flirts with disaster (Louis van Gaal) but is still hanging on by their fingernails

no Iron Throne aka League title for you

Liverpool - House Targaryen: Considered by some the most powerful and successful house in history, although they need to stop living on past glories. A new hope is on the scene (Jurgen Klopp) and intent on leading their followers to victory

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3 hours ago, the wes said:

And end the season winning more than poch 😂😂 I still don't get why people rate poch as one of the best managers everytime they have chance to win something they bottle it 

Poch only needs a better and more rounded squad and he will do damage. Táttically very astute and have kept them cunts in CL for several seasons now.....he goes and they are fucked.

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4 hours ago, the wes said:

 I still don't get why people rate poch as one of the best managers everytime they have chance to win something they bottle it 

Because he built his team with very little spending. I rated Pochetino very highly. 

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11 hours ago, Iggy Doonican said:

I'm 100% sure the fans will never turn on Lamps doesn't matter how bad things get and they certainly won't be bad as some our making out. David Webb took over in 1993 with the team struggling. Webbie was a legend and his appointment got the fans onside straight away and while you couldn't call it a feel good factor it was important that one of our own took over and we climbed the table and then Hoddle took over which wasn't a universally popular decision with him being a Tottenham legend.

It does amuse me the way Chelsea fans are perceived that we are entitled and passionless and yet when we let our feelings known we're spoilt and constantly moaning. When Mourinho got sacked and we played against Sunderland and we let the players know how we felt that's what Chelsea fans are all about we're not fucking mugs and if your not pulling your weight manager or players we'll let you know.

So if Frank is the manager we've got to cut him some slack and look at the bigger picture. While the club is not exactly in turmoil things could be a lot smoother (they never are at Chelsea) Roman's hiatus, the transfer ban, injuries to key players so get behind Lamps and Carefree.

Nah the fans will not turn on Lamp but that is not important. I don't understand how Chelsea fans don't see this. It is similar to what happen to United. Everyone keep praising Ole, in the beginning when everything goes well it was because of Ole but when everything went south, Ole was blameless. It was because of the players. 

For me I will judge Lamp the same way with any other manager. Otherwise we are screwed. 

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2 minutes ago, communicate said:

Nah the fans will not turn on Lamp but that is not important. I don't understand how Chelsea fans don't see this. It is similar to what happen to United. Everyone keep praising Ole, in the beginning when everything goes well it was because of Ole but when everything went south, Ole was blameless. It was because of the players. 

For me I will judge Lamp the same way with any other manager. Otherwise we are screwed. 

Fuck Man United and their fans don't even compare us with those plastic no marks.

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27 minutes ago, Jason said:

Oh for the love of god! Yes, we know Lampard is a risky appointment, riskier than usual, but can people just stop predicting all doom and gloom before anything has even happened?! He might do badly or he might even do well! No one knows right now! So, how about we see what happens before passing judgment?

Just hope the board don't expect miracles and he is given time. Their appointment. They know the deal and what he's having to deal with. Don't think anyone could work miracles with the squad and they can't add to it and all. 

Tbh I think he'll be okay. Given the situation daft to have super high expectations and being who he is he'll have the fans backing. 

Looking forward to seeing him back and what he can do 

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1 hour ago, Jason said:

Oh for the love of god! Yes, we know Lampard is a risky appointment, riskier than usual, but can people just stop predicting all doom and gloom before anything has even happened?! He might do badly or he might even do well! No one knows right now! So, how about we see what happens before passing judgment?

not as risky as

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Dont forget AVB just won a treble and everyone got excited because his background was a little similar to Jose's.  I wouldn't say it was that risky. 

I think Lampard didnt improve on Derbys league position or even points from the previous season. If this was anyone else but Lampard everyone would be in meltdown.

I'm not convinced players will automatically respect Lamoard because todays generation seem to lack respect in football. 

I think United fans realise Jose wasnt joking when he said his best achievement was finishing 2nd with United. It doesnt look like Ole has the respect from all the players and they really struggle with player power and egos such as Pogba.  

Would love Lampard to do well and have the club introduce roles for other ex players like Drogba, Terry and Ash.

I just think it's too early for Lampard. We have a transfer ban and ideally want to finish in the top 4 to attract signings with champions league football. Surely you look for someone with experience because if results go bad then the pressure will be huge. 

If by Christmas, we are out of the top 4 and CL then I could easily see him being sacked. 

Who else is there? We have gone through so many managers and thanks to some dodgy deals we are transfer banned again! 

Why do they never learn? 

Man City can thank us on being an example of how not to run a football club with a billionaire owner. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Jason said:

Oh for the love of god! Yes, we know Lampard is a risky appointment, riskier than usual, but can people just stop predicting all doom and gloom before anything has even happened?! He might do badly or he might even do well! No one knows right now! So, how about we see what happens before passing judgment?

Nobody predict doom and gloom. I only explain what happen to Ole, and i can see similar thingwith lamp if we are going through rough patch because it will happen and in United case Ole is always blameless. 

For me, I don't get with Chelsea fans who want Lamp to manage us next season. He is a loved Chelsea legend, he can be our manager anytime he want. It is better for him to develop more as a manager and for us to have better squad where he can have better chance to be successful. 

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2 minutes ago, communicate said:

AVB won treble with Porto 

baby Treble

Liga NOS was pure shit that year

and he won the Europa league, not the CL

Mo won the CL with them

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12 minutes ago, Alan Partridge said:

 

Man City can thank us on being an example of how not to run a football club with a billionaire owner. 

PSG is worse

look at the insane money they burn and no non-French trophies

other than these defunct MINOR Cups (as if you were in the CL or even the Europa League in the Intertoto case, you could not play in them) 

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup    1    1995–96
UEFA Intertoto Cup    1    2001

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Would Messi or Ronaldo or any footballer get caught up in the moment like Lamps did. Those two preening bellends will never have a connection like Frank has with us if a fan went to embrace those two pricks they'd probably get nicked. Forget money and fame this is what football is all about the absolute fucking euphoria..

 

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FIVE REASONS FRANK LAMPARD SHOULD NOT BE CHELSEA MANAGER – DEBUNKED!

http://www.famouscfc.com/five-reasons-frank-lampard-shouldnt-be-chelsea-manager-debunked/

Chelsea fans are excited that Frank Lampard may be named our new manager but there are a few naysayers.

Here are a few reasons Frank Lampard should not be Chelsea manager debunked.

Reason #1 He’s Not Ready

He may have only managed Derby County for one season but he has exceeded expectations and almost got an unfancied side promoted.

There is actually some pedigree down the years for inexperienced managers coming good. At Chelsea Glenn Hoddle, Ruud Guillit and Gianluca Vialli kickstarted the revolution that led us where we are today.

Lampard has footballing pedigree that goes beyond a CV, there is no guarantee he will succeed but he has a good a chance as anyone.

He has also played under Jose Mourinho, Carlo Ancelotti, Guus Hiddink, Sven Goran Erikson and many more in between.

The man knows football.

Reason #2 There Are Better Candidates

 

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1 minute ago, Vesper said:

PSG is worse

look at the insane money they burn and no non-French trophies

other than these defunct MINOR Cups (as if you were in the CL or even the Europa League in the Intertoto case, you could not play in them) 

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup    1    1995–96
UEFA Intertoto Cup    1    2001

True and they still manage to attract some of the worlds best players which is annoying 

 

 

 

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