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Do you think Chelsea were right to sack Big Phil?

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Chelsea have sacked their 4th manager in less than 6 seasons and with finances seeming to be quite limited to the once free spending club, it seems the job is fast becoming one of the worst jobs in fo… Read More
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
Chelsea have sacked their 4th manager in less than 6 seasons and with finances seeming to be quite limited to the once free spending club, it seems the job is fast becoming one of the worst jobs in football.

Scolari wanted to sign Deco as well as Robinho but they lost out on the latter because Cheslea were trying to save a few pennies and Man CIty took full advantage of that in the dying moments of the transfer window and we all know Mourinho never had these issues throughout his peak.

With the limited resources and having to deal with what was available, did the Russian oil tycoon yield his axe too soon or was he justified to give him the boot?
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
...no
#2
But.......... I support Luton, so what do I know about football...................
#3
No! Chelsea need stability and the fickle ownership and poor management of Abramovich and Kenyon will destroy Chelsea. You can't constantly buy success, you have to create and nurture it.
Look at Manchester United, a long term manager, a youth policy which constantly produces a stream of good young players. Compare that to Chelsea, and you can see the problem.

I think they should appoint Gary Megson as manager, he'll do you the world of good.................................
#4
yes, there was a chance of no champs lge football, Avram grant did well, he didn't deserve the boot
#5
No, he is a good manager and chelsea need to wait.

What club gets Jose mourihno next will do very well.

Man city maybe in the summer?? :w00t:
#6
pugw$sh
No! Chelsea need stability and the fickle ownership and poor management of Abramovich and Kenyon will destroy Chelsea. You can't constantly buy success, you have to create and nurture it.
Look at Manchester United, a long term manager, a youth policy which constantly produces a stream of good young players. Compare that to Chelsea, and you can see the problem.



I agree, financial input is no guarantee for club success, its through team building, nurturing and patience..something Chelski haven't got....not that I care les about the club, just a sad reflection on todays football though.
#7
Managers need time to adjust, Scolari shouldn't of been sacked.

Sir Alex Ferguson wasn't successful to begin with, Lots of supporters hated him and wanted him sacked, What a turn around, Not one United supporter would ever suggest that now and most will most definitely regret ever suggesting it.

No doubt Scolari was a world class manager, Chelsea had a good start to the season, It's been the really poor form over the last month or so that's done it.

Chelsea think because they've won(Bought) the title a couple of times that their a "Big team" Clearly their not and won't be unless they stick with a decent manager.

They're in a different class to the likes of United, Liverpool and Arsenal which are "Big clubs", It's took a lot of years and management to get United where they are now for example.

Chelsea want success NOW and don't have the foundations for prolonged success.
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shauneco
Managers need time to adjust, Scolari shouldn't of been sacked.

Sir Alex Ferguson wasn't successful to begin with, Lots of supporters hated him and wanted him sacked, What a turn around, Not one United supporter would ever suggest that now and most will most definitely regret ever suggesting it.

No doubt Scolari was a world class manager, Chelsea had a good start to the season, It's been the really poor form over the last month or so that's done it.

Chelsea think because they've won(Bought) the title a couple of times that their a "Big team" Clearly their not and won't be unless they stick with a decent manager.

They're in a different class to the likes of United, Liverpool and Arsenal which are "Big clubs", It's took a lot of years and management to get United where they are now for example.

Chelsea want success NOW and don't have the foundations for prolonged success.


Yep, and how bizarelly Man Utd fans are scoffed at for the successes which are built on from good management, a good youth team and a good scouting team.
#9
Some good comments there but it now seems that a huge dressing divide is a major reason for the dismissal of Scolari with Drogba, Ballack and surprisingly....Cech all speaking against the Brazilian to his superiors.

Drogba was expected because he's simply an arrogant idiot that more than believes his own god like hype and ballacks seems to be quite irritating as well but I am disappointed to hear Cech is now in the same boat...he should look at his own form because he's not the superstar keeper that he once seemed to be.

Whoever takes over has a hard job on their hands but it seems Guus Hiddink may be installed as a temp manager until the end of the season with rumours swimming around £2m-4m for 4 months work.

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