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Discussion in 'Chelsea' started by fernb8, Nov 21, 2010.
a slight change on the thread title considering some of our current news
off we go
opposing sides will be hoping he walks. i know this because i support man utd. our title chances look a lot rosier with carlo gone. not trolling, just wondering how roman got so rich being so thick.
Uhhhh, Carlo's gone?
really dont think he has done anything thick so far besides part way with Jose who quite frankly hasnt lasted anywhere longer than 4 years. His time with us was the longest of his career.
I believe the logic behind Carlo was more of a longer term appointment which Utd have been blessed with, even though some of your moronic, plastic fans seem to scream for his head if you dont win the Treble every season
No worries- fair question to ask, but probably not the most informed as Roman really isnt that thick tbf.
hope you didnt mind the tweak
i was being tongue in cheek. but it doesnt take a genius to work out that laying off carlo and reshaping in the summer make a bit more sense from a winning trophies point of view, than falling out midseason, especially given that he won the double for cfc's first time in their history in his first season. doesnt really tell me that roman is the sharpest knife in the draw.
Meh, the Jose sacking was always coming, I wasn't too surprised when it happened. Just look at how his last job went....
all paper talk atm
I wont worry about Carlo being sacked until it either happens or he is worthy of being sacked
neither has occured yet.
I just dont see him being anywhere long term unless its a National job and even then I supect it will be a four year cycle
Agreed. He just isn't a long term manager.
All of these losses, injuries, and managerial/front office problems have me really worried right now. We need a win asap. From there on Carlo has to prove how good of a manager he really is and try to fix everything on the locker room, and eventually BUY someone in january
Give Bruma time.
Give McEachran the fekin start.
Do NOT start Ferreira at CB.
Essien needs to come back to sort out our MF again.
Lampard can't come back soon enough.
Drogba has honestly not been very good since he got malaria.
Anelka hasn't been very good at all this season in the premiership.
Kalou. That is all.
We have one hell of a month in december and quite honestly if I had to bet, i'd bet that Chelsea will NOT be #1 (or #2 for that manner) come january.
Hard times ahead indeed.
Look on the bright side lads. Look who you're up against.
Arsenal and their pure comedic defending and keeping, at the best of times.
Us and our absolutely non-existent CM. If that. We have an aging Scholes. Who may be the best passing CM in the PL, but is non-existent in terms of work rate, tracking runners, and generally pluggin the middle nowadays. Pointless as part of a 2 man middle. Then we've got a horribly out of form Fletch, and that's about it.
This season is going to play out like last year. Last man standing wins, by virtue of attrition.
Well said. It's looking like a repeat of last season....except we're twice as bad and still somehow first.
But he did want to be long term here right? He was sacked, not the other way around. He had a contract running through 2012 which he was willing to fulfill at that time. Guess its a little unfair to say he is a 4 year manager.
so no Essien to help during tomorrows match.
tbf I think Jose made his postion untenable as much as he was sacked
not trying to open that can of worms but I would be shocked if he stays anywhere longer than 4-5 years
just not his style imo
4-5 years is generous.
hey he almost finished 3 1/4 with us
F&^% me sideways. Do we even have a competent medical team anymore? By the end of December we may see Ancelotti and Clement starting in the mid-field
I will get back to you when he becomes a Madrid legend
does that mean he will be there for more than one season
you just have to love Carlo at times
walks into the presser today, looks at the media and says "suprise, eh?"
as if to say didnt you lot expect me to be gone...
a savvy move which really put things at ease in what could have been an uncomfortable situation