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Re: Manchester United Seasonal Blog 2018/19 - Ole Ole Ole Ole

Post by forestfan » 10 Feb 2019, 18:28

Recent(ish) Chelsea managers:

Conte - no current job
Hiddink - China U21s
Mourinho - no current job
Benitez - Newcastle (is that a proper job?) :wink:
Di Matteo - no current job
AVB - no current job
Ancelotti - Napoli
Scolari - Palmeiras
Grant - NorthEast United (India, technical advisor)
Ranieri - Fulham
Vialli - no current job
Gullit - no current job
Hoddle - no current job (punditry, before recent ill health)

Don't think there's really any further back than that who are relevant... so not too many meaningfully employed in management!

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Re: Manchester United Seasonal Blog 2018/19 - Ole Ole Ole Ole

Post by blahblah » 10 Feb 2019, 18:33

Not many then.... Why didn't Ipswich try for snynif them :roll: :lol:

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Re: Chelsea

Post by Vid » 10 Feb 2019, 19:16

4 down after 24 minutes, piss poor team selection and tactics, this season is a write-off, more hammerings to come.

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Re: Chelsea

Post by blahblah » 10 Feb 2019, 19:24

Vid wrote:
10 Feb 2019, 19:16
this season is a write-off, more hammerings to come.
I'm afraid so. I cleansed my 2 teams of Alonso having dumped Eden and Pedro earlier.

The rest of the Prem are with my long (for me) post above, and your lot could take my once beloved lot's record defeat of 9-0.

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Re: Chelsea

Post by raoul » 11 Feb 2019, 15:55

raoul wrote:
31 Jan 2019, 14:32
So Chelsea got thumped.

I have not seen the game at all, so my question is whether anyone specific was at fault? Any defenders at risk of being dropped, for example?

Only thing I have picked up was Higuain's preference for passing to Hazard rather than shooting, but I guess that is a teething issue they will resolve.
Other than the fact I watched the game this time, I feel like asking the same question.

The scary thing is that City could easily have got 10 ... and that I thought Chelsea didn't actually play that badly at times. Alonso and Kepa both culpable for goals, and Sarriball surely now a proven failure - will he survive until the cup game?

Or perhaps a rampant City can put 6 past anyone when they are on fire?

Wonder if any other club has gone 0-4, 5-0, 0-6?

And will a 7-0 follow?

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Re: Chelsea

Post by hancockjr » 11 Feb 2019, 17:11

Also Chelsea last 3 away games: 0-2, 0-4, 0-6. Clearly they’ll beat tottenham 7-0 then lose 0-8 to Fulham!

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Re: Chelsea

Post by Vid » 11 Feb 2019, 17:42

hancockjr wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 17:11
Also Chelsea last 3 away games: 0-2, 0-4, 0-6. Clearly they’ll beat tottenham 7-0 then lose 0-8 to Fulham!
We've got Malmo (a), Man U (h), Malmo (h), Brighton (h) & Man C (n) before Spurs and Fulham, as he hasn't been sacked today progression in both cups and no more humiliations should see him in charge to make the same stupid mistakes against City again. What's the record for a League Cup final score?

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Re: Chelsea

Post by forestfan » 12 Feb 2019, 07:53

Was it 5-0, Swansea v (League One) Bradford?

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