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  1. I think there's no doubt it's way too soon for Lampard, but after the division last season I think this is just what we need to reignite and unite the club and fans. I've never been this excited about a potential manager coming in, I just really, really hope it goes well
  2. It seems more likely we are delaying because we want to announce the new manager at roughly the same time.
  3. I really dont think the fans would turn on Lampard given poor results - but they will turn on someone. The players? The board? Each other? Roman? I think this is a real problem for the decision makers in the club, and is why they might be hesitant to make the romantic choice.
  4. Ugh. Well, if we're taking the ban it makes sense I guess. If we want to sell him next summer at least we'll get something for him and we'll need all of our four wingers for the season
  5. Tight game against Arsenal in a european final, still all we can do is complain 😞
  6. The fans were chanting "we want Sarri out". If the board are mad for sacking Sarri now, what does that make the fans doing those chants?
  7. I have my grievances with Sarri, but all things considered I think he deserves to stay. * Top four * League Cup final * EL final * RLC looks like developing into a top, top player * CHO broke into the team (albeit possibly due to some outside pressure) I hope the fans can get behind him a little bit as well, the booing when he took off Ruben was silly. I thought it was rather easy to see he was tired or injured, his influence vaned dramatically in the latter stages of the second half. I'd imagine Barkley doesn't feel great in that situation either, even if the booing isn't aimed specifically at him. The players have a year of understanding Sarris methods now, I wouldn't be surprised if we got even better next season
  8. Come on Maurizio, win this one and all is forgiven!
  9. Standard Sarri-ball. Carved open at ease, luckily we played the worst side in the league and Kepa was on form. Worrying performance
  10. I think today we'll find out whether Sarri has found a better balance and the players are truly behind him, or if the players just lifted themselves for a cup final and Tottenham. I really hope he founds a way to start CHO vs the worst defense in the league, but I wouldn't hold my breath
  11. I admire those of you who still believe Ruben and CHO will ever start Premier League games under Sarri. I've stopped hoping and believing a while back, makes life easier
  12. Always fantastic beating Tottenham, well done Sarri, the players and the fans. I do wonder what we've really accomplished this season, though. * We're back to being defensively solid, as the players asked to defend lower. * Youth are not being integrated * Attackingly we're as poor as ever I hope everything turns out well with Sarri, but I can't really see that we have taken any positive steps thus far.
  13. Bayern, Palace and Juventus - in six months time

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