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  1. Well I think frank will play an attacking brand of football and he likes keeping hold of the call so I certainly think a player that can keep the ball moving and give us tempo will suit his style very well. He also showed he has thick skin he was smiling not in a cheeky way but absorbing the booing which was out of order and he bounced back with top performances. He is in the best league in the world, in London, has other Brazilians in the team, he has champions league football and will start every game so I don’t think he would want to leave and I think under the circumstances we would be very ill advised to sell him.
  2. We will be playing youth no doubt so in a ban we need to keep all the first team players we can, Jorginho is a brilliant player, fans gave him no chance booed him and he showed personality and fought through it and finished the season very strongly he has at least 3 or 4 man of the match performances towards the end, I for one wouldn’t be keen at all to let him go.
  3. To be fair zola fantastic player and personality but not very good at all as a manager, I don’t think he has enough presence he is too nice of a guy, as an assistant however, you can be a poor head coach but good assistant coach, trouble is it’s hard to really gauge the assistant coaches work from the outside over a short period so who knows how good a job he did. He has a strong connection to Chelsea so if he is leaving I’m not sure what that indicates as he is in no way obliged to leave because sarri left, it may well be the new manager we have lined up isn’t keen on him, we may know in time, but I do miss having a figure like Steve Holland who stayed in regardless of manager it gave us at least some stability with staff.
  4. Not a chance I really really loooyke them like literally 😆
  5. One of my favourite periods as a Chelsea supporter, my main question is do they have him lined up as a stop gap or as a long term option that they will support fully, surely the first if they care an ounce about the fans and sentiment... Also hoping we announce him and get him and Jodi in ASAP to take a look at who they want , get an idea of a squad and have plenty of time to prepare a proper preseason.
  6. Because it’s important to distinguish that I literally woke up than metaphorically, then literally made breakfast as opposed to in sentiment only and that I literally ran out of milk as opposed to symbolically so I literally popped down to the shop to buy some more rather than figuratively 😁 Plus it allows dumbos from Essex to literally feel less bubble headed and literally more intelligent.
  7. Reports in the media are saying it’s down to the compensation package delaying matters which seems logical, they want to add Emerson to the deal same way we got Jorginho with Napoli paying part of the compensation on the price of the player. Its taking so long because our chief negotiator tends to string out negotiations hence all our purchases and panic buys last minute, of course if I mention that negotiators name I get sh*t off her handful of staunch defenders who probably don’t know why they are defending her... “Sarri had hoped for a swift resolution, but Chelsea and their chief transfer negotiator Marina Granovskaia are digging their heels in until they are suitably compensated. Sarri is having problems getting away from Chelsea,his old Empoli President Corsi told Telelombardia.”
  8. Why don’t you take your own advice and read it clever clogs, you quoted me saying about youth players making money, our general transfers making money and the koulibali deal falling through and I answered ever point the only bit of the 4 points you quoted I didn’t address was why the sarri deal is dragging on but again that’s what’s reporter in the media not my “inside knowledge”. I know your online world is everything to you and you don’t like being challenged it hurts your ego but people do have opinions other than yours, being nasty and sarcy just show your own bitterness normal people don’t get that emotionally invested and take vendettas on football forums it’s sad, stop yourself.
  9. I dont think it’s that simple he said he didn’t have a good relationship with the hierarchy and you can’t pin that on him alone last 2 managers said the same essentially. What I’m interested to know is if sarri was told about the ban and how ling the club knew that was incoming.. I think that he knows we Likely wouldn’t make too 4 with a ban and he would get sacked anyway then juve come calling, I don’t think we can blame him for not wanting to stay on.
  10. What yours boil down to telling everyone you know “soccer” inside out then making an arse of yourself like when you were trying to be clever schooling me in how we can’t buy players but we can, then slither off instead of having the grace to admit your error, then contradict what you say justvto start an argument when that fails try and invent a sexist narrative that has nothing to do with anything. Maybe you would suit egg ball, I’m from west London supporting my local team pal I don’t need someone with f**k all background in football or this club telling me where I should it shouldn’t be
  11. I dunno if it’s me but haven’t had a feel good factor at Chelsea for a while maybe frank will bring that back, very curious and a bit apprehensive what the next chapter will be. I like results but I also like to feel good about the club, as stands there is no one that really gives me that feel good factor, maybe kante but generally as a squad and club, seems mourinho isn’t very popular at all on here now but I sure miss those days. For me as a school boy when I actively started getting more into football as opposed to being a kid and dragged along, brilliant memories when Rudd was in charge I felt we were making real progress I liked the players then under Ranieri you started to believe Chelsea could get somewhere so for me following on that morinho days were just ecstasy as a football supporter, and even after there were still brilliant seasons and players, we always held up well against the big teams because we could always defend and counter. I was too young to care that much when we were in the second division my memories have either been watching us grow or at the top so maybe some of the older people are just happy to be around this level but for me I’ve always had that optimistic feel about Chelsea. I hope whoever we bring in just does something different, the hire and fire up and down thing isn’t very fulfilling as a supporter .
  12. I dunno if it’s me but haven’t had a feel good factor at Chelsea for a while maybe frank will bring that back, very curious and a bit apprehensive what the next chapter will be. I like results but I also like to feel good about the club, as stands there is no one that really gives me that feel good factor, maybe kante but generally as a squad and club, seems mourinho isn’t very popular at all on here now but I sure miss those days. For me as a school boy when I actively started getting more into football as opposed to being a kid and dragged along, brilliant memories when Rudd was in charge I felt we were making real progress I liked the players then under Ranieri you started to believe Chelsea could get somewhere so for me following on that morinho days were just ecstasy as a football supporter, and even after there were still brilliant seasons and players, we always held up well against the big teams because we could always defend and counter. I was too young to care that much when we were in the second division my memories have either been watching us grow or at the top so maybe some of the older people are just happy to be around this level but for me I’ve always had that optimistic feel about Chelsea. I hope whoever we bring in just does something different, the hire and fire up and down thing isn’t very fulfilling as a supporter .
  13. f**k me when the “soccer knowledge” you were tooting your horn about doesn’t work back to that sh*t what a pathetic little man. Complimenting her again with you taking half what I said awaybin a quite to twist it....saying she is beautiful and capabile is sexist? Saying I DONT have anything against her on account of being a woman rather because she doesn’t have a footballing background is sexist? What a little snake you are the worst kind of person, can’t play the game so reverts to looking for trigger words to get support, f**k off seriously have some respect for yourself
  14. We could be spending smarter and supporting managers and still meet with ffp everyone does except city who actually meet it but by using loopholes. 2 ways too look at it, be moderate less ambitious tighten up spending meet ffp. Try and stay elite by focusing on football, winning trophies and finishing higher up the league plus qualification for the CL makes more money, means more money to spend plus more success means more fans and again more revenue. Now it seems we went for option 1 that’s reasonable if you weren’t elite to start with but trophies and success brings fans and revenue we were there, So should have kept pressing to get in that higher revenue band. Its a snowball effect and whatever is a snowball effect opposite make more, spend more , have more success, make more and round it goes. When you remove yourself from that then it’s very hard to get out of it agin without spending. You have to wait for a Potch and a combo of striking gold in the window and great youth players like Tottenham have now, if they spend now they will be in a new band if they don’t they will eventually become normal Tottenham again.
  15. Hence I said she is good financially and you trimmed it to suit your narrative, even when I argue with you that we ARE financially good you go the other way contradicting your first argument just to contradict me, were you bullied at school? It’s ok this is a safe place Marina is good at financials hence her positioning and totally yes she is doing the job she was put there to do which now appears to be based on a sound financial model rather that success at all costs. We have seen the shift in Roman from pure success hunting to trying to make us a good business and marina bring appointed director is a big signal if that. What you are Valarie don’t get in your Femwarrior frenzies is I dont dislike marina as a woman or a personally, she is beautiful and capable but what she isn’t is a good football director for a club with footballing ambitions. Every football fan should worry when the club becomes bottom line over football, the good clubs do both, Arsenal financially very good, football has suffered, why some just blindly refuse to get this point is strange.

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