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Jose Mourinho Sacked For The Second Time by Chelsea. Joins Manchester United. And now sacked by them too!

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Ancelotti to RM

Mou to CFC

Benitez to PSG

This is what we call a managerial merry go round. All three managers have managed Chelsea at one point in time. Mou going to Chelsea will wind up the media so bad lol. It was the same in Italy and Spain.

And how about you lot as Allegri seems to be on his way out?

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Milanos   

Allegri will leave I guess. His sides cannot buy a win against the top sides for some reason. Some fans want him to stay but that is just out of fear of a bad replacement.

We might just appoint Costacurta or Seedorf lol.

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redgreen   

And how about you lot as Allegri seems to be on his way out?

Allegri is going out, I hope he'll be next Roma's Manager. He is a good Manager and he have taken Milan to the third position and he didn't have a good players except for El Sharawy and Balotelli (for the second part of the season).

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Nick89   

Ancelotti to RM

Mou to CFC

Benitez to PSG

This is what we call a managerial merry go round. All three managers have managed Chelsea at one point in time. Mou going to Chelsea will wind up the media so bad lol. It was the same in Italy and Spain.

The funny thing is that no one mentioned Mancini in this puzzle. He won a championship, an FA Cup and a Community Shield with City, but I guess we all really felt that his trophies have been on a cheap background.

I do think there is a slight chance of him joining PSG, but seems like the rumours are about Monaco sacking Ranieri to hire Mancini and buy Falcao and so on. Poor Ranieri getting sacrificed once again after doing all the hard work. The man's just not a winner unfortunately.

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kratos   

I wouldn't be surprised if Mancini took over at PSG or Monaco, limitless transfer funds to him are like diamonds to a spoilt rich girl.

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BlueFizz   

Let's hope Mourinho does come and that he is successful. Roman and the board will have to step back and let him get on with it. No interference like before when he was here. Emanalo should pack his bags along with Gourlay. If we do get Mourinho, there will never be a dull moment at Stamford Bridge. Sign that man now.

I find this a big of a knee-jerk reaction. Emanalo + Gourlay = bad people!

Not sure I buy it. First off, we've signed some good players while Emanalo has been in this role: so if you accept he has bad qualities, it seems reasonable to give him some credit for this.

Secondly, an increasing numbers of English clubs - almost all European clubs - have someone in a similar role. So Technical Director or Director of Football doesn't equal evil!.

Thirdly - the attack on Gourlay seems even more off-beam. You might have a case for arguing that the intermediary role of Technical Director can be scrapped, giving the coach/manager more responsibilities - but every club has a CEO. They run the business side.

So I don't see why Gourlay has to go - because again, while he's been our CEO we've won a sackful of trophies and pretty well balanced our books.

The days of the manager who rings up, does the deals, signs the cheques, pockets the bung, watches the youth team, does the coaching and the scouting etc are over - have been for years - even Fergie worked with a CEO and as part of a wider team.

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I find this a big of a knee-jerk reaction. Emanalo + Gourlay = bad people!

Not sure I buy it. First off, we've signed some good players while Emanalo has been in this role: so if you accept he has bad qualities, it seems reasonable to give him some credit for this.

Secondly, an increasing numbers of English clubs - almost all European clubs - have someone in a similar role. So Technical Director or Director of Football doesn't equal evil!.

Thirdly - the attack on Gourlay seems even more off-beam. You might have a case for arguing that the intermediary role of Technical Director can be scrapped, giving the coach/manager more responsibilities - but every club has a CEO. They run the business side.

So I don't see why Gourlay has to go - because again, while he's been our CEO we've won a sackful of trophies and pretty well balanced our books.

The days of the manager who rings up, does the deals, signs the cheques, pockets the bung, watches the youth team, does the coaching and the scouting etc are over - have been for years - even Fergie worked with a CEO and as part of a wider team.

I can't imagine Mourinho having a problem with a non-entity like Emenalo in a minor position like Technical Director. Gourlay's main fault seems to be his waistline - we seem to do fairly well commercially and I don't know what relation he has to football matters. The one that should be under scrutiny is Mike Forde. Of a football board feating Buck (chairman), Tenenbaum (Roman's right hand), Gourlay (commerical matters), Barnard (administration) and Forde it seems that Forde is the football specialist.

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Spanish football writer and expert Graham Hunter is sure the deal for Jose Mourinho to take over at Chelsea is already done. SSN.

He's a bit late to the party isn't he?

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