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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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I would like more ex-players in significant roles at the club and would welcome Didi back in any capacity.

Managers, well I imagine the next permanent manager is someone we've barely considered.

Pep will go to city. I have doubts over Simeone. Pardew might be interesting but can you imagine him managing hazard, or bale or Ronaldo etc? No superstars would take him seriously.

Conte would be crucified for match fixing allegations, even if innocent they wouldn't go away with our press.

Someone on Twitter mentioned Vitesse manager Peter Bosz, who is more of a less-crazy Klopp. Probably nonsense though.

Brendan is a bit of a prat and we've been through everyone else!

Excited to see what Hiddink can do.

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Everyone's assuming Hiddink will only be an interim but maybe he wants the job full time even if its just 18 months or so and maybe that's why there is a bit of a hold up?

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Zidane   

Quique Flores? Fatih Terim? Bruce Arena? Martin O'Neill?

Hang on, it's 2015.

EDIT: I've been here too long.

Edited by Zidane

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We along with others have to try and get Pep if he is available. I'm fairly comfortable with having or not having him to be honest though.

Outside of Pep, I said this a couple of weeks back but Pochettino should be a candidate for me. Conducts himself brilliantly, has improved numerous players since he has been in England, likes high intensity type of play which in turn lends itself to needing to play younger players and bring them through, has PL experience too and his track record is pretty decent too.

Main barrier is Levy!!!!!!

Hasn't had a "Must win" game in his managerial career , let alone two per week.

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Chel_don   

So you're saying is that if Hazard had become demotivated by Jose's ludicrous public rantings against anyone & everyone (god knows what he's like off camera) that he can go. This guy has been brilliant for us three seasons now and he is our future.

Remember how he was publicly criticised at length by Jose for Athletico beating us at the Bridge in UCL. How did Eden respond? He came back and had his best ever season. You cannot seriously believe such a response typifies someone lacking in character and fight or is out to get Jose? It makes no sense.

We are Chelsea fans and Eden is our future,

A guy who probably wont be here at the end of our season is our future? One of the 1st people who are going to jump ship cause of our top 4 failure is that guy. His mind is probably in Real right now. Glad you think he's out future though. "Exciting times".

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You know the parallels between that story and the press treatment of Chelsea are amazing, and not just who is paying for it.

Don't worry, before I die I shall dictate to Nobbly the longest deathbed accusation you have ever heard in fluent Portugese.

Polonium - only manufactured in one specialist centre in Russia (and at every other atomic research centre in the world).

Excellent but make sure you get to the point and don't ramble on too much I'm a busy man.

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Excellent but make sure you get to the point and don't ramble on too much I'm a busy man.

it'll be ok, I don't speak a word of Portugese - you'll have to make the whole thing up. Like Goldfarb did for Litvinenko.

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Hasn't had a "Must win" game in his managerial career , let alone two per week.

And? Since when has that been a criteria for selecting a manager ? Your effectively holding something against him that he has never shown he can or cannot do.

Real Madrid have had Schuster, Pellegrini, Ramos all as managers. Juve had Conte. Barca have Enrique and had Guardiola and Titanova.

None of these had a "must win" game in their managerial careers before landing these massive jobs! They have had them now, but they hadn't prior to landing these jobs.

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