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JM7 last won the day on October 3 2018

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  1. If Sarri doesn’t get CL from this position then he definitely doesn’t deserve to stay.
  2. If Sarri doesn’t get CL from this position then he definitely doesn’t deserve to stay.
  3. Good weekend for Chelsea with all our rivals losing. Though it feels like that we will need to win at Old Trafford and win our remaining games if we are to get top 4.
  4. I wouldn’t be against City going out tonight as it will help in the league as they have Spurs and United coming up. We really can’t have Liverpool winning the league. We really can’t.
  5. Take it with a pinch of salt but... Speaking on the Transfer Window Podcast, Castles said: “I have been informed by a couple of sources that Sarri is not against being sacked by Chelsea. He’s not enjoying his time in London, he’s not enjoying working at the club, he finds the distance between himself and the ownership immense and feels he has no proper say in the transfer market. His argument is the way he plays football is fine, it’s merely an issue with personnel – if he had better personnel the results would be better – to the point where he would be happy to lose his job.” Before adding: “But what I’m told by more than one person is he will not resist if Chelsea decide to dismiss him and would quite happily accept his severance cheque and then take one of the bigger jobs in Serie A and return to his home country.”
  6. I’m so pleased that United gave the job to Ole permanently. Their recent form shows that his work has been a massive bubble which eventually bursts without any real substance. The United board are so naive and stupid. They should have waited to see how things planned out. Instead bought into the hype that Ole created.
  7. Yeah I think if they’re are done well, people really take to them. Uncharted and Last of Us are good example.
  8. I was reading an early review and it’s mostly mostly positive. The world is interesting, excellent cinematography and storyline. Some negatives about the side missions being bland. I love a zombie though!
  9. I read an interview where he was explaining that his back injuries are due to him having a curved spine and this causing problem. Apparently there is no fix but he just has to manage it correctly. He said he’s been doing yoga and core strength excercises to help. We just have to hope that it doesn’t impact his. Career too much because we’re finally starting to see his potential.
  10. I read an interview where he was explaining that his back injuries are due to him having a curved spine and this causing problem. Apparently there is no fix but he just has to manage it correctly. He said he’s been doing yoga and core strength excercises to help. We just have to hope that it doesn’t impact his. Career too much because we’re finally starting to see his potential.
  11. I read that the pay off is only £5m which isn’t too much. However with Conte’s pay off still to be decided, I doubt the club will want to do it. It seems that Sarri going or not will depend on whether he can get CL football and how much emphasis the club have placed on it. I would think it would have been a huge objective and if it fails, it will be bye bye. I'm still surprised the club hired him given he hadn’t won a trophy. It goes against every other manager decision we’ve done in the Roman era
  12. Such a shame that Conte cannot control his emotions, he’s a truly world class manager. Born winner who understands football and how to win. Unfortunately for him, he is a poor politician and this is his biggest downfall. He’s fallen out with every club he has managed. Such a shame, we could have built something really special with him.
  13. Maurizio Sarri remains under pressure at Chelsea and sources still believe he will be sacked, most likely in the summer (Telegraph)
  14. Chelsea are desperate for results to improve sufficiently to justify retaining Maurizio Sarri until the end of the season, when his position will be reviewed irrespective of how they finish, but a revolt by the fans could alter their outlook (Times)
  15. British billionaire, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, is interested in buying Chelsea Football Club and has held initial talks over a potential takeover. Ratcliffe, who made his fortune by founding petrochemicals company Ineos, is thought to have a net wealth of £21billion. (Times) Sir Jim Ratcliffe had baulked at the £2.5b price, particularly given the mammoth extra costs that would follow with having to build a new stadium. The two parties are nowhere near an agreement at this stage, but Ratcliffe remains hopeful he will become the next #CFC chief (Times)

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