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It depends on what are you looking.Do you want a top manager with charisma and enormous technical capabilities then the choice is Antonio Conte if you want a avarage/good manager but very lucky then t

hi from a Napoli supporter   i'm very sad for the loosing of Sarri, he is a real football Maestro, I saw the best Napoli in 90 years of history of the club, better than Maradona's Napoli, with a decen

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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I can just see whats gonna happen. We will be trying for Simeone putting all our eggs in one basket. Conte/allegri and the usual suspects will all get pissed off waiting so we shall have yet another revolving managers door. In the meantime that old bloke up North London will sod off next season after putting in his 20 only for Simeone to take over there.

Its sods law guys.

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This comes from an Italian lifelong Juventus fan after I asked him about Conte. He is my current boss and trust me, he knows hell of a lot about football.

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He's very good but pushes too much....it can be great for a medium team, not for a top one not used to be squeezed as a lemon. When he started with Juventus, the club did not win anything for a few years....after 3 years players have enough of him :)

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1 hour ago, Unionjack said:

I can just see whats gonna happen. We will be trying for Simeone putting all our eggs in one basket. Conte/allegri and the usual suspects will all get pissed off waiting so we shall have yet another revolving managers door. In the meantime that old bloke up North London will sod off next season after putting in his 20 only for Simeone to take over there.

Its sods law guys.

The Goonettes would riot if they went from the pretty, silky football of Wenger to Simeone. That's one we don't have to worry about.

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Talk about underwhelmed, fuck sake Antonio Conte? I mean really? If we are considering someone like him then just don't bother and keep Guus for another year.

This potential arrival plus the drab outlook of the board.......Lord above fucking shoot me now.

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31 minutes ago, milan.cech said:

This comes from an Italian lifelong Juventus fan after I asked him about Conte. He is my current boss and trust me, he knows hell of a lot about football.

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He's very good but pushes too much....it can be great for a medium team, not for a top one not used to be squeezed as a lemon. When he started with Juventus, the club did not win anything for a few years....after 3 years players have enough of him :)

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Had enough of him? He left because he had disagreements with the Juventus board.Pogba,Pirlo and other players wanted him to stay.

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13 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

Talk about underwhelmed, fuck sake Antonio Conte? I mean really? If we are considering someone like him then just don't bother and keep Guus for another year.

This potential arrival plus the drab outlook of the board.......Lord above fucking shoot me now.

Conte is the best optinion and he is a great manager.

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37 minutes ago, milan.cech said:

This comes from an Italian lifelong Juventus fan after I asked him about Conte. He is my current boss and trust me, he knows hell of a lot about football.

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He's very good but pushes too much....it can be great for a medium team, not for a top one not used to be squeezed as a lemon. When he started with Juventus, the club did not win anything for a few years....after 3 years players have enough of him :)

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Sounds like Mourinho, players get tired of him after 3 years.

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27 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

Talk about underwhelmed, fuck sake Antonio Conte? I mean really? If we are considering someone like him then just don't bother and keep Guus for another year.

This potential arrival plus the drab outlook of the board.......Lord above fucking shoot me now.

You're gonna be surprised. Conte's a very solid manager and tactician. 

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We are in a catch 22 situation. We know that getting our character/identity back is the main thing then having managers that suits US. But then we need a  manager to get us into that situation. So whoever we get we need him to think/LOVE chelsea and not just use us to play with and boost his ego.

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12 minutes ago, Kieran. said:

You're gonna be surprised. Conte's a very solid manager and tactician. 

The problem I have here is, and bare with me because I know it's a bit cliche, but he's only done it in Italy?

I know what he did with Juventus in Italy and I take nothing away from that at all. Just like I don't take it away from Guardiola despite the usual 'team of world class winners' cliche.

But this is Chelsea FC. The notion of time, patience and 'see the job out' don't exist in this club. Not going to go in-depth of whether it's a correct system or not, but if I understand correctly about Conte's approach (and even Allegri), its that you're not going to get results overnight (which contrary to what anyone says is exactly what most fans expect of us now). There's going to be a adjustment period and there's going to be times where the team will under perform for whatever reasons. And as per, we'll get an itchy trigger finger and that's another one who bites the dust.

Here's the caveat; ask me to name an alternative and I'm clueless. There's such a narrow pool of managers There are few managers who would earn the trust of Roman & his loonies to be backed through struggle and strife.

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2 hours ago, LDN Blue said:

The problem I have here is, and bare with me because I know it's a bit cliche, but he's only done it in Italy?

I know what he did with Juventus in Italy and I take nothing away from that at all. Just like I don't take it away from Guardiola despite the usual 'team of world class winners' cliche.

But this is Chelsea FC. The notion of time, patience and 'see the job out' don't exist in this club. Not going to go in-depth of whether it's a correct system or not, but if I understand correctly about Conte's approach (and even Allegri), its that you're not going to get results overnight (which contrary to what anyone says is exactly what most fans expect of us now). There's going to be a adjustment period and there's going to be times where the team will under perform for whatever reasons. And as per, we'll get an itchy trigger finger and that's another one who bites the dust.

Here's the caveat; ask me to name an alternative and I'm clueless. There's such a narrow pool of managers There are few managers who would earn the trust of Roman & his loonies to be backed through struggle and strife.

Who's the other alternative? Simeone? He's only done it in Spain. :Goober:

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2 hours ago, LDN Blue said:

The problem I have here is, and bare with me because I know it's a bit cliche, but he's only done it in Italy?

I know what he did with Juventus in Italy and I take nothing away from that at all. Just like I don't take it away from Guardiola despite the usual 'team of world class winners' cliche.

But this is Chelsea FC. The notion of time, patience and 'see the job out' don't exist in this club. Not going to go in-depth of whether it's a correct system or not, but if I understand correctly about Conte's approach (and even Allegri), its that you're not going to get results overnight (which contrary to what anyone says is exactly what most fans expect of us now). There's going to be a adjustment period and there's going to be times where the team will under perform for whatever reasons. And as per, we'll get an itchy trigger finger and that's another one who bites the dust.

Here's the caveat; ask me to name an alternative and I'm clueless. There's such a narrow pool of managers There are few managers who would earn the trust of Roman & his loonies to be backed through struggle and strife.

Ranieri couldn't even do it in Italy or in Spain, or even with Greece against Faroe Islands (twice). Pochettino was sacked from Espanyol after they were at the bottom of the league. Now they are 1st and 2nd in England !

 

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