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Mack.
post Jun 24 2019, 03:47 PM
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Well, there is a blast from the past. Surely not.

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post Jun 24 2019, 04:30 PM
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At least it's a little bit more inspired than Allardyce, Parde, Pulis, Hughes et al. Let's not forget he was a Terry slip away from winning the CL. Terry Slip > Gerrard Slip
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post Jun 24 2019, 06:10 PM
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Think we are past he Pulis/Allardyce/Hughes/Moyes era now thankfully lol.
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post Jun 25 2019, 02:20 PM
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Derby County have confirmed they have allowed Chelsea permission to speak with their former player Frank Lampard over returning to Stamford Bridge as manager.
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post Jun 25 2019, 09:28 PM
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Derby County have confirmed they have allowed Chelsea permission to speak with their former player Frank Lampard over returning to Stamford Bridge as manager.


It has all the ingredients of a disasterous appointment - I am all for it.
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post Jun 25 2019, 09:58 PM
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Remember Di Matteo, Frank. Remember what happened there to a club legend becoming their manager after winning the Champions League.
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post Jun 27 2019, 03:40 PM
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Next Newcastle Manager Odds (Coral)



Mikel Artreta 11-5f
Claudio Ranieri 11-2
Garry Monk 8-1
Jose Mourinho 8-1
David Moyes 10-1
Giovanni Van Bronckhorst 10-1
Mark Hughes 10-1
Steven Gerrard 12-1
Chris Hughton 14-1
Patrick Viera 14-1
Sean Dyche 14-1
Avram Grant 16-1
Gennaro Gattuso 20-1
Sam Allardyce 20-1
Arsene Wenger 25-1
Eddie Howe 25-1
Lee Bowyer 25-1
Michael Appleton 25-1
Michael Carrick 25-1
Phil Neville 25-1
Roy Keane 25-1
Tony Pulis 25-1
Alan Shearer 33-1
Kevin Nolan 33-1
Marcelo Bielsa 33-1
Nolberto Solano 33-1
Sol Campbell 33-1
Kevin Keegan 50-1

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post Jul 3 2019, 05:57 PM
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Leicester for top...4 next season?

I think Chelsea, Man Utd and Arsenal are all complete messes and/or have unproven and almost certainly not good enough managers they're bound to climb above at least one, but I don't see not all three.
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post Jul 3 2019, 06:27 PM
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Still too big a quality gap between the top 6 and the rest for me. Mind you if we carry on this season the way we finished last one it won't just be them overtaking us.
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post Jul 3 2019, 06:38 PM
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Leicester wont be in the top 4 next season, they've got a very good chance of 7th/8th though. I think Wolves will have quite a big drop off next season, especially if they make it into the group stage of the Europa League.


It will almost certainly be Manchester City and Liverpool as the top 2 again, Tottenham will most likely be in the top 4 again and then after that it will be one of the usual top 6 suspects. I will be very shocked if Brighton don't get relegated this time around.
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post Jul 3 2019, 07:49 PM
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Leicester could sneak Top 6 I reckon, I agree Chelsea/Arsenal/Man Utd are in mid-messes at the moment. I don't see them having the consistency needed though to get in the Champions League places (Leicester that is).
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post Jul 3 2019, 07:53 PM
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QUOTE(dobbo @ Jul 3 2019, 07:27 PM) *
Still too big a quality gap between the top 6 and the rest for me. Mind you if we carry on this season the way we finished last one it won't just be them overtaking us.

Leicester's side is full of brilliant young players who will continue to get better, and they have a full season under Rodgers, who's perfect for a team of their makeup. Perez would be a really good signing for them and Tielemans permanently could be the signing of the summer. They got 20 from 11 under him last season so I think 12-15 points more than last season is easily doable. That puts them on around United's total, and don't think it's unreasonable to suggest Arsenal and Chelsea could get 4-5 points less.



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post Jul 4 2019, 10:35 AM
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Least surprising news of the day:

Frank Lampard has been confirmed as the new Chelsea manager. Could it be a mess or a success only time will tell.

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post Jul 4 2019, 11:20 AM
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Well itís not often now that an English manager gets considered for the role at a top PL club..
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Well itís not often now that an English manager gets considered for the role at a top PL club..


Agreed, but he it's purely for sentimental reasons. He may do well, he may fail. There are some good young players there, but will they all make it? Are they good enough to be at the very top level? I think a couple are for sure. I personally think they are really going to miss Hazard. I suspect next year they are just going to be wildly inconsistent.
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post Jul 4 2019, 08:01 PM
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It's a no risk move for him in one sense. With Hazard leaving & a transfer embargo, this is probably the least expectant season in the Abramovic era. Certainly most of the Chelsea fans I know would be elated with top 4. You think they could have an even worse season than last that Sarri was burned at the steak for & yet still be over the moon, very funny game sometimes.

Personally think he'll do a solid if unspectacular job next season. Definitely still put them above us & Arsenal as favourites for top 4.
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post Jul 4 2019, 08:43 PM
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It's going to be interesting to see how Chelsea do in the new season, all the ingredients are there for them to become a banter team but at the same time they could have a really good chance of winning trophies as they seem to do every season no matter what the circumstances are. I don't think Roman Abramovich would have the guts to sack Frank Lampard before the season is over or as soon as the season ends if they don't do well.
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It's going to be interesting to see how Chelsea do in the new season, all the ingredients are there for them to become a banter team but at the same time they could have a really good chance of winning trophies as they seem to do every season no matter what the circumstances are. I don't think Roman Abramovich would have the guts to sack Frank Lampard before the season is over or as soon as the season ends if they don't do well.


Doesn't matter about that really, I don't think Lampard will get sacked even if they do terrible. Their problem next season is going to be goals unless someone steps up to the plate massively. Agree with you though that they have massive potential to a complete car crash, but it also could go the other way as well.
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post Jul 5 2019, 07:18 PM
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Chelsea finished 4th because of Hazard last season. He was as good as ever and dragged them through so many games, for me as good as any attacker from the top 2 - easily his best ever seasion. Giroud and Abraham as strikers, Pulisic, Willian, Pedro and Hudson-Odoi in behind them, a couple of those really need to step up in his absence. They've got a lot of great young talent but asking them all to do it at the same time, seems risky when the players around them aren't that high quality.
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post Jul 10 2019, 09:56 PM
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Steve Bruce is being considered for the vacant manager's position at Newcastle United.
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