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1 minute ago, Special Juan said:

A sorry is nothing without actions.

Its like been drunk and doing or saying something you maybe shouldn't have usually done/said :drunk: and saying I'll not do it again!!!:drunk:

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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

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

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

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Chelsea must change dysfunctional transfer strategy after January failings frustrate Maurizio Sarri

https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/chelsea/chelsea-must-change-dysfunctional-transfer-strategy-after-january-failings-frustrate-maurizio-sarri-a4055006.html

Chelsea+Dysfunctional+Transfers= Not a good equation (4 sure)xxx grrr

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14 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

A sorry is nothing without actions.

Well said. If I see Willian and Alonso starting against Huddersfield, he wasn't sorry.

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1 minute ago, Mana said:

Well said. If I see Willian and Alonso starting against Huddersfield, he wasn't sorry.

He will probably revert back to those duo and use Bournemouth debacle as an excuse...

Stubborn Sarri...

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1 hour ago, NikkiCFC said:

No matter who manager is next season we need 6,7 new players. And probably all of them for starting 11.

And I agree.

But I'm afraid I wouldn't stop there neither.

I'm all up for a COMPLETE overhaul but its always far easier to make the manager the scapegoat yet again and to get that  revolving door on spin mode once again.

We all know that just doesn't work.

Its the whole club that needs to be altered and the more I think about Mz @Vesper  thoughts about selling us to Ratcliffe or I'd like for someone like the septic Paul Allan who owns the Seahawks and Portland Trailblazers who has a lot of experience in running (or setting up a board to run) major sports clubs.  He would want to strip us right back and rebuild us. Bring in some of our old lads to try to explain what it means to be Chelsea. Give the club an identity again. Put some pride and passion into the spimeless shitbags!

I just want whats best for us and right now I think it;s hitting the 'restore' button!

 

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19 hours ago, Fulham Broadway said:

The fact we are getting exactly the same wild swings in performances under two very different managers in two successive season, therefore pre-dating Sarri’s time here, strongly suggest he’s not solely to blame. 

I kinda understand what Sarri problem is. He is trying to change the way we want to play. We are playing his football until there is a problem (concede goals) and we start playing different way. It happens times and times again this season. This team is just not used to play possession football.

 

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2 hours ago, 11Drogba said:

Rather than worrying about formation. I am more worried about team ability to play possession football. This is the more of a problem. We need more training time

 

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5 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

:ph34r:

The exact thing that I have been saying.  It is not just the player it is the fans also. Nobody realize that we have been a counter attacking team for years. Conte team were very2 defensive. 

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3 minutes ago, communicate said:

Rather than worrying about formation. I am more worried about team ability to play possession football. This is the more of a problem. We need more training time

We have possession, we are just too predictable, easy to defend.

I posted that link because people were comparing Guardiola's and Sarri's first years. Guardiola is flexible, Sarri isn't.

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16 minutes ago, 11Drogba said:

We have possession, we are just too predictable, easy to defend.

I posted that link because people were comparing Guardiola's and Sarri's first years. Guardiola is flexible, Sarri isn't.

Forget formation that is not important right now. It does not matter if we played 343 or 4231. Sarri is very similar to Guardiola both manager want to play front at the front foot. The bigger difference right now other than City has better player is City is already used to play possession football under pellegrini whereas our player used to play counter attacking football under Mou and Conte. 

Just watch Napoli game under Sarri and understand how the midfield and winger play. 

I honestly think if we change to a more counter attacking way of playing we will play better but what is the point of hiring Sarri 

 

 

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Just now, communicate said:

Sarri is very similar to Guardiola

This is where people are mistaken. They both like possession football and that's it. This doesn't make them very similar.

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13 minutes ago, 11Drogba said:

This is where people are mistaken. They both like possession football and that's it. This doesn't make them very similar.

They play same formation. Biggest difference besides Pep having better players is midfield Imo. In front of Jorginho we have two DM's in Kante and Kovacic. Pep has two Silva's or KDB in front of Fernandinho and they are very attacking midfielders can even play wingers.  If Pep is here today maybe he would play Willian or Hazard in midfield three. 

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20 minutes ago, 11Drogba said:

This is where people are mistaken. They both like possession football and that's it. This doesn't make them very similar.

They are actually quite similar. You can say pep is better but their football is actually quite similar. 

If pep is coaching this team he will nightmare. But I know that when he was going to leave Bayern,he is going to go to either Arsenal or City Not us, why? Because we are not suited to possession based manager. That city team has been designed for manager like pep.

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