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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 don't know if it's confirmed, if the club has announced it, but Guus told me earlier," Kezman, who played for Chelsea between 2004 and 2005, is quoted as telling Croatian tabloid Index .

"He is a top coach who knows what to do every time. He knows when to tighten the belt, but also when to loosen. He is a good coach and even better psychologist.

"I'm convinced that with him Chelsea will recover and rise in the table, and I'd also say they are one of the favourites for the Champions League."

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Roman did all he could for Jose .Noway would he have waited this long if this were back in the day. Next coach? I think I want Pep .I like coaches that play to win rather than playing not to lose.

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Might be the only one but I'm really not a fan of Simone. He makes Jose look more gentleman-like than Ancelotti!

What has Simeone done to give you this impression? Remember that we're not talking Football here. It's quite obvious that his personality is nothing like Jose's. Simeone doesn't build that siege mentality which only lasts for a while anyways(Simeone has been at Atletico for 5 years) and more importantly doesn't bring the club's image down by making ridiculous statements in the press.

I would say Simeone is much more passionate than Mourinho on the pitch and much less of a shit disturber on the outside. I've always found Simeone an alright gentleman.

I still wouldn't want him here though but that's just me. I like someone who focuses more on the attacking sides of the game.

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My only holdback against Guus is whether he is still up to it. He is 69, does not have won a title since that very FA Cup 2009 and his last few spells ended in disaster. I couldn't have more respect for what he achieved here + his sides either always managed to play nice football (like when he managed Turkey and Russia) or at least grinded out results (he had a marvellous winning percentage here).

Also he was fine as a caretaker with players like Lamps, Ballack, Drogba, Essien who were grown man, mature characters and respected the experience and tactical nous of a man like Hiddink, I am not sure if our current group of boys with their fancy shoes, selfies, fragile mindset and volatile attitude will do so, too.

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My only holdback against Guus is whether he is still up to it. He is 69, does not have won a title since that very FA Cup 2009 and his last few spells ended in disaster. I couldn't have more respect for what he achieved here + his sides either always managed to play nice football (like when he managed Turkey and Russia) or at least grinded out results (he had a marvellous winning percentage here).

Also he was fine as a caretaker with players like Lamps, Ballack, Drogba, Essien who were grown man, mature characters and respected the experience and tactical nous of a man like Hiddink, I am not sure if our current group of boys with their fancy shoes, selfies, fragile mindset and volatile attitude will do so, too.

I think he's an 'Interim' appointment, much like Rafa, I believe from the limited info, we are also looking for a longer term manager...

I wonder if they will be as rude to Guus as they were to Rafa, prefixing his name with Interim! Always thought that was a little harsh on the FSW.

Good call on the squad mentalities - that's been debated no end tonight

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Although if Pep comes maybe he can bring some top players. They do love to play for him, after all.

I don't think Pep would join a club without Champions league football :cry:

Not many quality options available (apart from Pep & Simeone)

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Hiddink should get the full job if Guardiola is not available. There is no reason to go for Simeone when Hiddinkg is available. Actually if Hiddink manage to do a solid job, there won't be reason to find another manager for next season.

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