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  1. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    Ah so either we agree with you or else we know nothing about football. Lol, ok then..
  2. Courtois Azpi, Christiensen, Rudiger Moses Alonso Kante, Drinkwater Fabregas Hazard Morata
  3. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    I'm not saying it was a good performance in any way, I just think the lads kept fighting despite how badly it all went. There's been times in the past where I've wanted to kick them up the arse for not putting the effort in, but that match last night really wasnt one of them. Kante in particular ran his heart out right to the end.
  4. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    Conte aside, am I really the only one who thought the players didn't give up last night after Bakayoko walked, and actually fought pretty hard in the second half?
  5. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    Broadcasting is probably because they were in Europe last year and we weren’t. The stadium income is relevant though, it’s why all the top clubs either have large stadiums already or are building them currently.
  6. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    We don't have a very big stadium. Arsenal are selling nearly 20,000 more tickets than us each game.
  7. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    You're probably right.
  8. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    It's his own money though to be fair. United have a much larger revenue, and City just give themselves a vast 'sponsorship' any time they need money. I really hope UEFA clamp down at some point, things are getting totally out of hand.
  9. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    He's hardly short changed us though, has he? Came in, saved the club from bankrupcy, bought in players and managers we could never have dreamed of, brought the title back to the bridge for the first time in 50 years, and showered us with trophies since including the biggest prize in club football. Oh and he's about to build us a huge new iconic stadium that will be one of the true landmarks of world football. This is the bloke we're going to moan at about not investing enough?
  10. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    Spending in the right way? City have burned through players and cash in a way we never did. How many players have they bought for huge amounts and then just dumped? Now they've spent nearly half a billion in just 2 years, and show no signs of stopping any time soon. We can't realistically compete with that. If we want to start spending more, we need a new stadium and that's going to require sacrifices.
  11. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    They're funded by an entire oil rich country ffs..
  12. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    Agree re Conte, but I think you're being harsh on the players. After Bakayoko went, we were much better in the second half. 4-1 was harsh considering the lads kept fighting. It felt like we saw a lot of flashes of each players worse characters (Cahill rash challenges, Fab nasty hack on someone, Luiz having a lost moment etc), but I can't fault them for effort in that second half.
  13. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    sh*t does happens, and if we're losing but the manager is there urging them on and showing he gives a f**k, then we'll be right there behind him. If he just wants to stand in the dugout with a face like a smacked arse though, then I don't care if he's sacked. He's supposed to lead the team, not spend his time whining about the board and sulking.
  14. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    Shame he didn't show a little himself.
  15. We officially have an incompetent board

    Completely agree with this, but my concern is that with the attitude Conte is displaying its hard to see how the new players can settle in and start producing their best. The manager needs to be the one setting the tone and lifting the players spirits, not sulking on the sideline and taking endless pops at the board.