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Killbill

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Killbill last won the day on February 2 2012

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  1. Killbill

    Next Chelsea Manager

    You're in safe hands, nothing will happen on Monday. I don’t know why the Napoli president is being such a c0ck (maybe he thinks he is a real president), surely he must know that once Ancelotti’s contract kicks in (1st July I am assuming) there is no much he can do to stop Sarri rescinding his contract. I presume he is relying on the fact that Sarri would have to do that through the courts (either for restraint of trade or for constructive dismissal or both) and that would stop Sarri being able to get a job this summer.
  2. Killbill

    Next Chelsea Manager

    Do you know what happens to people who post this kind of news and it turn out not be true? Don’t make me come and find you Mr MC.
  3. Killbill

    Next Chelsea Manager

    Easy, let’s say we value Luiz at £20mil, Napoli will pay £13 mil and then Napoli and Sarri will rescind the contract by mutual consent. I am not saying the news it's true but this is how it would happen if it was true.
  4. Killbill

    Next Chelsea Manager

    The Napoli lawyer said in interview to Raio Marte Sport Live “Blah blah blah. Sarri is still the Napoli manager, the relationship with Ancelotti will commence on the start of the 2018/19 season. Anyone interested in Sarri has to talk to Napoli, he is under contract until 30th June, otherwise, the club can pay two salaries. Very confusing words if you ask me. But if he can be released at the end of June what’s the problem for Chelsea? Just consult with him on informal basis then appoint him officially on the 1 July.
  5. Killbill

    Next Chelsea Manager

    Now that the Roman's visa issue has been solved things may move a bit faster. I am not saying they will sack Conte, but things should move one way or another.
  6. Killbill

    Will Roman be forced to sell Chelsea?

    Problem solved then. Roman is here to stay.
  7. Killbill

    Next Chelsea Manager

    Sarri has said goodbye to the Napoli fans on Facebook, whether now Ancelotti signs for them or not seems immaterial.
  8. Killbill

    Next Chelsea Manager

    My mistake I wasn’t clear. The first part of my reply was to put you in the loop so you knew what had happened and decide for yourself. The second part was in reference to what Pauly said so I should have said: Three years ago in a spat with Roberto Mancini, Sarri called him a F*cking P*ofter. Although, I do not condone such behaivour in any way, I do find it a bit excessive that Pauly defines him as a racist homophobic because of that.
  9. Killbill

    Next Chelsea Manager

    During an interview on TV a few month ago a female journalist asked him a question about winning the title to which he had already answered a couple time, he jokingly said “If you weren’t a woman I would tell you to f**k off." This incident and the one I mentioned above are his skeletons in the cupboard, there is nothing else.
  10. Killbill

    Next Chelsea Manager

    Three years ago in a spat with Roberto Mancini, Sarri called him a F*cking P*ofter. Although, I do not condone such behaivour in any way, I do find it a bit excessive to define him as a racist homophobic because of that.
  11. Killbill

    Next Chelsea Manager

    I have come out of retirement to stick my neck out and say that right now Sarri is the best manager in the world, bar none. Not to get him would be the biggest mistake made of the Abramovich era. I'll be keeping an eye on this thread and I'll write down the names all those who snigger at, or take the piss out of, my comments and I'll be back at the end of the season for the apologies.
  12. Killbill

    Torres - The "Groundhog Day" Thread

    What was it that Carragher said? Oh yeah “If Suarez is denied his move he won’t sulk like Torres.” That’s right Carragher he won’t sulk, he’ll just get the lawyer’s involved. Konb!
  13. Killbill

    Torres - The "Groundhog Day" Thread

    Yeah, anything but give it to a Chelsea twat.
  14. Killbill

    Torres - The "Groundhog Day" Thread

    Sorry, I thought you meant you’d never seen done the “brushing aside” (having the cheek to demand to take the penalty over the penalty taker) which was what Drogba did to Lampard, except Lampard didn’t stand for it. But having re-read your post I see that you were referring to the outcome of the “brushing aside”, someone taking the penalty over a senior penalty taker. Well, one could still argue that Luiz is not a senior penalty taker, that at the moment doesn’t seem to be a designated penalty taker and everyone is having a go, so why not Torres. And if Torres has the backing of the manger or has the manager in his pocket why didn’t he tell the manager to make him the official penalty taker so he wouldn’t have to argue with his team mates on the pitch? And Luiz reaction to Torres scoring the penalty didn't look that he had felt undermined by Torres actions.
  15. Killbill

    Torres - The "Groundhog Day" Thread

    According to last night Evening Standard Torres in Spain scored 18 out of 26 penalties (average record I agree). In the game that won us the title under Ancelotti when a penalty was awarded to Chelsea, Drogba started arguing with Lampard that he wanted to take the penalty (because it would have taken him one goal clear in the golden boot table). Lampard told him to piss off in no uncertain terms and took the penalty himself. And if I remember correctly Lampard also mentioned it in the post match interview with something along the lines that he didn’t let Drogba take the penalty because he was the penalty taker and it was more important to get the three points for the team than Drogba personal success.

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