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There could be a bright side to all this ... IF Scolari blames Kenyon and IF that leads to Kenyon being given the boot ...

2 BIG 'IF's' There though mate

Scolari's No1 transfer target goes to another club, especially after the 'we need a planB' comment last week. He must feel annoyed with whoever didn't pull it off, just like the rest of us who thought the deal was in the bag.

He only been here for 3 games, it doesn't bode well for future manager/board relations does it?

Perhaps Roman is still cursing because he told Sheva he was surplus to requirements

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Do you think Scolari is delighted we didn't capture the player he's been talking to for weeks?

Probably not, but I only get my information from the media, I have't spoken to Scolari or Robinho to get their side, only the paper's.

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Probably not, but I only get my information from the media, I have't spoken to Scolari or Robinho to get their side, only the paper's.

I haven't spoken to them personally either, but the story makes sense to me.

Maybe cheap journalism, but I'd say it was pretty accurate regarding Filip's fellings weither cheap or not.

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Every cloud has a silver lining :sadwalk:

Could be a happy result if we loose both Robhino & Kenyon in the same week ::MooNeY::

If Kenyon gets boot, which I highly doubt, someone would have to replace him. It is not the easiest job to run a massive football club. Kenyon is experienced in this business which is something you can't replace. It is not the same to have a meeting with the president of Stoke than the president of Barcelona. I think Kenyon has done well over the years being the middleman between the coach and Roman.

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If Kenyon gets boot, which I highly doubt, someone would have to replace him. It is not the easiest job to run a massive football club. Kenyon is experienced in this business which is something you can't replace. It is not the same to have a meeting with the president of Stoke than the president of Barcelona. I think Kenyon has done well over the years being the middleman between the coach and Roman.

I'd agree he's experienced but, he's also a big mouth & a back stabber, which IMHO means he is not the right person for Chelsea. I doubt RA will fire him over this Robhino debacle but, it would really make my week if he did.

I'm sure there are plenty of other suitably qualified people available for his job.

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I'd agree he's experienced but, he's also a big mouth & a back stabber, which IMHO means he is not the right person for Chelsea. I doubt RA will fire him over this Robhino debacle but, it would really make my week if he did.

I'm sure there are plenty of other suitably qualified people available for his job.

You can pin as much as you like on PK but if Roman didn't want to pay up, what can PK do???

It's a total f*ck up by everyone at board level including Roman and doesn't show much faith in the manager's judgement of a player.

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You can pin as much as you like on PK but if Roman didn't want to pay up, what can PK do???

It's a total f*ck up by everyone at board level including Roman and doesn't show much faith in the manager's judgement of a player.

i think scolari himself must take some stick if he didnt have a plan b either. kenyon was basically doing roman and scolaris bidding for the one player scolari wanted. so when we missed out on him there was nothing else kenyon could do.

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You can pin as much as you like on PK but if Roman didn't want to pay up, what can PK do???

It's a total f*ck up by everyone at board level including Roman and doesn't show much faith in the manager's judgement of a player.

Fair point, i can see it's not all Kenyon's fault, i guess i just dislike him enough that hearing he was made a scape goat would have put a smile on my face.

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i think scolari himself must take some stick if he didnt have a plan b either. kenyon was basically doing roman and scolaris bidding for the one player scolari wanted. so when we missed out on him there was nothing else kenyon could do.

nail on the head right there. I dont know why this is a theme that pervades all levels of our club but where are the Plan Bs? We had it with the Alves/Belletti saga. And in my opinion we did the right thing by taking the high road.

I blame Kenyon first and foremost because this frankly isnt the first time something under his direct control has gone tits up, but I think Scolari shouldve had someone else in mind. He probably did but the thought strikes me that Kenyon was possibly strung along by Calderon (that fu*king snake) until the 11th hour in the belief that things would come to fruition.

oh, and also I dont believe anything out of the Sun. Stupid bar stewards

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They made all the moves in the direction of Robihno up until Monday afternoon , with no interest being shown by any other clubs . Schuster is on record saying , if Robhino was sold, he'd walk out. What he meant was 'If Robhino is sold to Chelsea ' he'd walk. So theres no doubt theres a serious amount of dirty tricks by Madrid showing it's ugly face .

Im absolutely amazed by Robhino choosing City considering he wont get C.L. Football and there wont be any big names coming in until Jan.

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Perhaps Scolari had a 'planB' but was told he did'nt have to worry because Kenyon was pretty much telling everyone that the deal was in the bag.

Thats the problem with leaving things to the last minute, theres no time to execute a plan 'B' even if 1 is in place.

Unless a better player in that position becomes available between now and January(which is highly unlikely, unless Messi has a major fall from grace at Barca) whoever we sign will be second choice. Lets hope that does'nt mean second best.

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Perhaps Scolari had a 'planB' but was told he did'nt have to worry because Kenyon was pretty much telling everyone that the deal was in the bag.

Thats the problem with leaving things to the last minute, theres no time to execute a plan 'B' even if 1 is in place.

Unless a better player in that position becomes available between now and January(which is highly unlikely, unless Messi has a major fall from grace at Barca) whoever we sign will be second choice. Lets hope that does'nt mean second best.

Scolari not bothered: http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11661_4098976,00.html

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