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  1. Massimiliano Allegri

    If the club really wants a manager who is a yes man, Allegri is probably the only one top manager who fills the bill. In Juve, he works with what the club brought him. The difference is, Juventus makes pretty good deals for good players, unlike us who spent 100m on the Barkleys, Bakayokos and Drinkwaters of the world. Off all the the names I have been seeing, he brings me most confidence for a next Chelsea manager. During Mourinho's final season, us and Juve both had a very familiar seasons and Allegri showed he can turn a very bad situation to a great one. Yes, the leagues are different but still, where Mourinho (then) and Conte (now) just went to a negative spiral and never looked like, they can turn it into a positive. Questions is, will he leave Juve anytime soon? He said recently that he will manage abroad after Juve, but is there any indication he can leave this summer?
  2. Thibaut Courtois

    I guess he knows after Wednesday Real would have looked away.
  3. Thibaut Courtois

    https://streamable.com/ykabl Be the judge yourself.
  4. Thibaut Courtois

    Apparently he missed training today. Weak mentality or coach decision?
  5. I just saw there will be an int break after this game. I hate these breaks but I think atm this one come at the best time. The team can regroup for the final 2 months of the season. I reckon Conte's future will be decided in the next week too. Will he manage the club until the end of the season or not. If he isn't let go by next week, I think he will see out the rest of the season.
  6. In the replies, he said they found him and gave him the tickets. I’m on my 4th beer and they’re still two hours left, so BRING THEM ON!
  7. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    Not thrilled about tomorrow but remember a lot said we'll be the only English team not to progress because of our draw, so I'm quite happy with happened the past two weeks. Never cared about English coefficient.
  8. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    Wouldn't it be beautiful if Utd got knocked out tonight?. I think they are a lock for top 4 with City, so CL can't be a distraction for them anyway, so why start this week CL on a high note.
  9. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    2-0 for Le Arse. Aubameyang scores. After 2 minutes, Cech save his first penalty as Arsenal keeper. The goalie who a couple of years a goal guessed all the penalties in the CL final.
  10. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    Iniesta was injured earlier today against Atletico and he will miss from 3 to 4 weeks. So, Coutinho is cup-tied, Dembele is just back from injury and has played around 10 mins. So that we'll leave Gomes and Paulinho (but he plays on the right most of the time anyway). Not that I'm optimistic about it after recent displays but every little boost can help.
  11. Another Christensen mistake. Poor clearing of the ball.
  12. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    Damn, that got me scared a bit. I thought he was sacked.
  13. The only chance of beating them I think, is after they trash Arsenal again on Thursday they won’t bother playing and like good pals let us win. They have a big cushion as it is, they’ll be champions in a month.
  14. If you want to blame someone for it, Chelsea Pitch Owners should be it. If they didn’t refuse to move from the Bridge so many times, maybe we would have a new stadium by now. I love the idea of staying there, but the construction of the stadium will really put our progression as a whole. And by the looks of it and how hard it is to start, the new stadium may be done in no less than 10 years, in the best-case scenario.

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