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I dont mind Guss. Hes put a smile on the lads faces and a spring in their step but giving him a years contract is just daft IMHO. It would mean another year probably without transfers and unknowing if the manager who eventually takes over will rate them. Whoever we get THEY should be told ASAP so they can be working at what their plan will be and team/staff changes.You jjust know that Pep/Mou will be well ahaed of the game when they take over with their cheque books in hand. Of course it would be nice for us lot to know too but thats really not important.

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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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You know I have to say, I liked what I saw from Allegri.

His personality, his way of changing the game. Definetly a bright character as to opposed the miserable Mourinho, Conte type of look. Allegri character looks like it inject passion and enthusiasm, the others just look jaded and boring.

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Conte seems like the top choice to me. Success at Juve. Coaches an open, attacking style. He likes to play multiple formations. Prefers to coach to his talent instead of forcing everyone to his system. Players seem to have respect for him.

Obviously there are weaknesses too, but it appears he is the best candidate based on the names I have seen. It will be interesting to see how long it takes him to understand the grueling EPL schedule, etc.

Come on up, Antonio Conte!

Should make the summer and season a lot of fun.

Come on you Chelsea!!

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Just see that Contes not paid over £15mill for a transfer at Juve. Andrea Pirlo (free), Paul Pogba (free), Carlos Tevez (£6.75m), Arturo Vidal (£9.4m) and Stephan Lichtsteiner (£7.5m)

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6 minutes ago, Unionjack said:

Just see that Contes not paid over £15mill for a transfer at Juve. Andrea Pirlo (free), Paul Pogba (free), Carlos Tevez (£6.75m), Arturo Vidal (£9.4m) and Stephan Lichtsteiner (£7.5m)

This must have been the swing factor for the Board to hire him if it's a done deal.  Spend as little as possible is the motto at the Bridge now.

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5 minutes ago, bellion said:

This must have been the swing factor for the Board to hire him if it's a done deal.  Spend as little as possible is the motto at the Bridge now.

283 million spent in 3 seasons, that's an average of 94 mill a season since Jose arrived.

 

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Well if Contes the chosen one & indeed favours a two-striker formation, then he better use it the right way and go with two bloody strikers. Two pure centre forwards. Hopefully the Chelsea board does not impose him to use something to suit Oscar because quite frankly I'd be going mental. Enough is enough, we've already lost a brilliant player in Kevin De Bruyne because of Mourinhos love for Oscars work rate and shit. Flog him to fucking China and let's get over with it. Four years in this country and he is horse shite. No need to rebuild around him. 

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7 hours ago, Costa19 said:

No idea who he is and what he have done. Why would Conte want him?

There's all the info about him 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Sabatini

He seem to be good at his job with buying players and making profit on them as well

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5 hours ago, kiwi1691 said:

283 million spent in 3 seasons, that's an average of 94 mill a season since Jose arrived.

 

Factor in the sale of players and you will get a much reduced figure.

Look at this season alone - the club's net spend is lower than Crystal Palace, Stoke, Bournemouth and Watford!!!!

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36 minutes ago, bellion said:

Factor in the sale of players and you will get a much reduced figure.

Look at this season alone - the club's net spend is lower than Crystal Palace, Stoke, Bournemouth and Watford!!!!

The net spend is only low as Jose flogged off good players. 

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24 minutes ago, pHaRaOn said:

Last 3 seasons:

Arrivals: £268.92 m.
Departures: £233.34 m.

Net spend: £35.58 m. (£11.86 m. per season)

Current PL teams that have spent more in average per season in the same period of time:

Manchester City: £76.09 m. per season
Manchester United: £65.07 m. per season
Arsenal: £37.9  m. per season
Liverpool: £26.21 m. per season
Newcastle: £25.54 m. per season
West Ham: £20.84 m. per season
Crystal Palace: £20.55 m. per season
Sunderland: £19.82 m. per season
Watford: £18.04 m. per season
Leicester: £15.73 m. per season
Everton: £15.14 m. per season
Bournemouth: £14.91 m. per season
Norwich City: £14.28 m. per season
West Brom: £14.21 m. per season

Thanks for posting the figures.  It's truly pathetic that a big club like us spent less per season than the likes of newly promoted teams such as Bournemouth and Norwich City.

Not just for one season but for the past three!

What the fuck are they doing with all that money? Paying themselves fat dividends ?

 

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20 minutes ago, bellion said:

Why are you blaming Jose for this? The Board has enforced a one in one out policy for several seasons.  This reinforces the low net spend policy which is a deliberate club stance to the detriment of performances and results on the pitch.

they were sold because he didn't put them in the team. should have made up the money selling the likes of oscar and ramires

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