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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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Codger   

Brendan Rodgers is the seventh longest serving manager in the Premier League. Fact.

Brendan Rodgers is the fifth longest serving manager in the Premier League.

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Anybody concerned by the timing of Stoke parting ways with Tony Pullis the day after Real Madrid announce Mourinho's imminent departure?

No, me neither!

Rafa to Stoke????????

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Lets face it,we need Jose to stay for a few years so that we can let new managers grow. We've literally ran out of managers to hire. If we hadn't have got Jose,we would not have had any decent options.

Crazy..

There is another way of looking at this.

That JM did such a great job of setting up the club that it was able to run itself unaided for the next 6 years.

Capello himself admitted that the training routines he had set up were so good he didn't change them.

All the players have talked about the spirit he brought and how that remained after he left.

The fitness remained for about 4 years, it was only under AVB that we started to tire more than other teams in the 2nd half.

7 managers on (7 coaches on as Codger points out) and we don't seemed to have changed much.

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Lets face it,we need Jose to stay for a few years so that we can let new managers grow. We've literally ran out of managers to hire. If we hadn't have got Jose,we would not have had any decent options.

Crazy..

your right;

in a few years there will probably be a few more...the up & comers cementing their reputations...conte, simeone, klopp & the like...maybe clarke will have kicked on to the level where he can be considered for a top club, if he isn't there already...loew might be back in club management & could be desirable...

but, as you say, we have been through all the realistic top names...if we want "proven" again we're gonna have to wait a bit...until those guys on the cusp actually become "proven" & start wanting to test themselves at a club like ours.

I think that's what you're saying anyway...a few others seem to think you're saying something else...

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Not sure if this has already been posted somewhere but @Chelseayouth retweeted the following:

@Tim_Roehn Talked to #KDB agent de Koster today. Told me that #Mourinho himself will decide if #Chelsea will work with KDB. Decision until weekend #cfc

Basically de Koster is implying Mourinho will in fact be Chelsea's next manager. I do not know who Tim Roehn is but if Chelseayouth follows him he may have some credibility.

Edited by Blue_Fever

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There is another way of looking at this.

That JM did such a great job of setting up the club that it was able to run itself unaided for the next 6 years.

Capello Ancelotti himself admitted that the training routines he had set up were so good he didn't change them.

All the players have talked about the spirit he brought and how that remained after he left.

The fitness remained for about 4 years, it was only under AVB that we started to tire more than other teams in the 2nd half.

7 managers on (7 coaches on as Codger points out) and we don't seemed to have changed much.

You're doing it again! :-)

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Just watched Revista De La Liga and they had Ramon Calderon on as a guest. Easy to see how Mourinho clashed with the Madrid establishment.

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kratos   

@OfWolfAndBiggs

To be honest bud I find it sickening when these presidents pledge to sign certain players who are contracted to other clubs knowing full well it will instantly unsettle them.

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Nick89   

Lets appoint Jose and just be content with the fact that he might not stay here for more than three years. At least let's enjoy those three years and win a lot of trophies. Jürgen Klopp has said that he'll leave Dortmund in three or four years, so if he continues to show his managerial qualities, we can sign him up as a long term manager. Doesn't sound bad in my mind.

However, there are the other scenario that José actually wants to stay here and build a dynasty Fergie style. If that's true he'll probably want to stay here for about 10 years until finishing his career as a Portugal national coach.

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