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Today has clearly showed the bar which Chelsea must work towards reaching. At this moment we are pretty far away but the overreaction today on this forum is incredible. Sarri has been at the club

I'm telling you now, to all the SarriOut supporters.... you don't know how lucky we are to have a humble manager like Sarri... a man with principle, passion, an expansive free flowing footballing phil

The decline in performances is a lot down to one thing, The lack of training pitch time. He is coming in, trying to teach the squad a totally different brand of football to what the players are a

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15 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

So what next? Do we get Zidane or go full start again and get a manager that develops the like of CHO, Ampadu etc and actually plays them?

Zidane won't come. maybe blanc could accept, maybe 

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CIES Football Observatory

n°251 - 19/02/2019

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Most experienced young players: the CIES Football Observatory rankings

http://www.football-observatory.com/IMG/sites/b5wp/2018/251/en/

 

Issue number 251 of the CIES Football Observatory Weekly Post highlights the 20 most experienced young players from 22 European competitions per year of birth. The rankings were elaborated using an exclusive methodology weighting domestic league minutes played by footballers during the last two years according to the sporting strength of employer teams.

St-Étienne’s centre back William Saliba tops the table for players born in or after 2001. He outranks another French centre back, Benoît Badiashile (Monaco), and the Spaniard Bryan Gil (Sevilla). Two English players head the rankings for players born in 2000: Ryan Sessegnon(Fulham) and Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund). Heerenveen’s talent Kik Pierie ranks third ahead of Real Madrid’s rising star Vinícius.

Gianluigi Donnarumma (Milan) is clearly at the top of the 1999-born players. He outranks the Dutch prodigy Matthijs de Ligt (Ajax) and another goalkeeper: Alban Lafont (Fiorentina). World champion Kylian Mbappé (Paris St-Germain) heads the table for players born in 1998, ahead of compatriot Houssem Aouar (Olympique Lyonnais) and Liverpool’s full back Trent Alexander-Arnold.

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Highest experience capital by year of birth

Period taken into account: 13/02/2017 - 13/02/2019

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posted here to show Sarri is full of shit on youth

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13 hours ago, kobematabryant said:

Where are all those Sarri fanboys gone, who have been defending this cunt for past few weeks?

I have the back of all our managers until they show they are not doing a good enough job.

And while I do think WITH THE RIGHT PLAYERS and a flexible attitude towards team selections,formations and substitutions the system could work.

12 hours ago, kc_blue said:

I wouldn't call myself a Sarri fanboy unless I guess I was a Conte fanboy and Mourinho fanboy etc. etc. but I have tried to defend him and give him time.  It's getting impossible to do so.  I can see not changing his tactics, they are what got him the job and might even be what the board is wanting the club to move towards, but his line ups and subs show either a lack of understanding of what's going wrong or just an unwillingness to fix it. 

I liked to watch his Napoli but we most definitely aren't playing like that.  I would have liked to see him get a shot with a full preseason and some more players that play his style, but that's not going to happen and I think he's only got himself to blame for that.  

I don't want to join in the pile on that's going on here, but I don't see much choice besides moving on to someone else.

I feel exactly the same as you mate.

11 hours ago, Sir Mikel OBE said:

I still dont get that Zappacosta sub. What was he trying to do? Protect the goal differential?

 

Massively disrespectful to the captain, the players, and the fans. 

 

He needs to go.

It blew my mind last night when I saw Zappa getting up to go on.

I've questioned some substitutions by our managers over time but even I wouldn't think that subbing Dave off for Zappa would help us in any fuckin way whatsoever to bring us goals!!

What the fuck was going thru his mind at the time? Wjat was the reasoning?? PLEASE someone with a footballing mind explain why he thought it could help.

I don't give a fuck about whether it upset Dave or hurt his feelings ffs. Thats got nowt to do with it. But it didn;t have any sort of impact or couldn't.

 

It is  pretty clear Sarri won't be round long but we really cant go back to having a defensive style.

We really do need to bring in a manager  that can play attacking football.

I loved the way we played in the first few months. It was great to watch.

I'm worried that the options of good managers - who will be able to REBUILD us are few and far between.

Peeps talking Lamps - NO! He hust isn't big enough. Not got the necessary experience.

I dont think ZZ could build a team. Hes had ready made teams.

I'm worried guys.

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1 minute ago, MoroccanBlue said:

 @Special Juan

You genuinely unlocked a thread, replied to my comment to get the final word, then locked it again. 

Grow up. :clap:

Firstly, I didn't unlock any thread, I have permission to post in locked threads. So gather your info better in future.

If you want to get fucking cocky and play the big man I am right in the fucking mood, so your call if we go further.

 

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16 minutes ago, BlueLyon said:

Its easy to say now, but its getting clear as day how big mistake board did again by appointing Sarri.

We have beast DM in Kante, but he cant play that role in Sarri system. We have beast RB in Azpi, but he cant play Sarri type fullback. We have world class Hazard but he isnt suited to play recieve and release Sarriball, because he likes to dribble too much. We bought Jorginho to be our holding mid, but we play in a league that makes that almost suicide. 

We played great in the beggining though, but opponents found us quickly and Sarri has no plan B, cant rotate, doesnt use youth, always does the same subs etc.

All that said, Id love if we somehow managed to overturn it, keep Sarri and he transforms us into what he supposed to do, after all we need to give managers more time. But I just cant support manager that makes no changes after humiliating results and doesnt use youth despite shit after shit performances by senior players. 

The THEORY behind us getting Sarri was spot on tho mate.

Its the type of football we should be playing.

But our players apart from being gutless are not suited to this type of football.

He has tried to put our players into his Napoli system who just are not capable to play in those positions.

And he is just not good at adapting, substiitutions,team selections.

Love the idea behind it and his Napoli was a joy to watch.

Our lads right now are just not right for the job. Hardly any of them.

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1 minute ago, Special Juan said:

Not thread relevant, or do you want to continue to go off topic?

So in other section of this forum I can go on and laugh at you?

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1 hour ago, BlueLyon said:

Its easy to say now, but its getting clear as day how big mistake board did again by appointing Sarri.

We have beast DM in Kante, but he cant play that role in Sarri system. We have beast RB in Azpi, but he cant play Sarri type fullback. We have world class Hazard but he isnt suited to play recieve and release Sarriball, because he likes to dribble too much. We bought Jorginho to be our holding mid, but we play in a league that makes that almost suicide. 

We played great in the beggining though, but opponents found us quickly and Sarri has no plan B, cant rotate, doesnt use youth, always does the same subs etc.

All that said, Id love if we somehow managed to overturn it, keep Sarri and he transforms us into what he supposed to do, after all we need to give managers more time. But I just cant support manager that makes no changes after humiliating results and doesnt use youth despite shit after shit performances by senior players. 

This is cool post. But change this "Sarri type" with "possession-attacking type". Sarri is not the only manager our players aren't compatible with.

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