Who will be next Chelsea manager? | Allegri next in line?

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    TheReligion Abusive

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    From his comments today, and the ongoing issues with the board, Conte is off home pretty soon.

    Who do Chelsea bring in next to their managerial merry go round?
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    Shark @NotShark

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    I'd say David Moyes would be the obvious one, to bring stability.
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    Damien Self-Aware RedCafe Database (and Admin) Staff

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    If he leaves during the season (doubtful, I can see him being there a while) then Hiddink as interim again.
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    amolbhatia50k Sneaky bum time

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    Interesting.

    Chelsea should do everything to make sure he stays. He's been brilliant since he joined. Even this season all that noise about the discord and they still look a very good side.

    Tuchel? What about Monaco coach who took them to the CL semis?
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    Uniqueusername52119 New Member

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    Give it to Giggsy...
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    Scorpy Absolutely crapping it and loving it!

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    What did Conte say?
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    MyOnlySolskjaer Creator of Player Performance threads

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    Return of Ancelotti.
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    BenjaminP Banned

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    I read somewhere that Hiddink wants to go back to manage South Korea.
    But in fact, South Korea refused him to come back. :confused:
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    Jose-unfinished business :)
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    Scarlet Spider Banned

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    I would say Zinedine Zidane is probably only going to do a year or two more at Madrid, his next move will be interesting.
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    TheReligion Abusive

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    That there's not a doubt in his mind that he'll be home before long as he misses Italy.
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    El Zoido Full Member

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    Nothing much, just did an interview with Italian radio where he said Italy is his home so he’ll come back to work in Italy one day. Also said that the job of a coach is a “temporary job”, which is correct. Nothing about his comments suggested he’s leaving any time soon, reckon he’ll do another couple of years at least if things go well.
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    TheReligion Abusive

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    His quote was "there's not a doubt in my mind I'll be home before long"
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    Xaviesta Full Member

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    Rafa. In all seriousness though, it feels like the top bosses bar Pep Guardiola have been to Chelsea. Zidane in a few years might be a possibility but he might prefer managing Juventus or the French national team next.
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    DannyCAFC Full Member

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    They'll probably go after Simeone, failing that I would expect them to go after the likes of Allegri or Jardim.
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    RobinHood New Member

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    This.

    Although, from what I read he doesn't explicitly say when he'll leave, so all of this may be premature.

    That said I thought Ancelloti did a good job there and was unlucky to get the sack.
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    Leonardo Jardim maybe but I feel he'll end up at Arsenal instead
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    Scorpy Absolutely crapping it and loving it!

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    Cheers.
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    Sparky Rhiwabon Full Member

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    Think you're making too much of these comments. Just the sort of thing that you say to be polite when you're being interviewed by someone from your homeland. I'm sure that Jose would say something similar if Portuguese Radio interviewed him
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    Don _ Conte New Member

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    Definitely, he will most likely be here this season (obviously ) and next season. After that will most likely be the time for evaluation on happiness.
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    Rumors in Turin are he likes PL from football perspective but is also becoming disillusioned both with Chelsea board and the prospect of moving his family into a Brexiting UK. EDIT: I would add that 7m pounds / year are peanuts in London but a fortune in Turin or Milan.
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    I'd be shocked to see Ancelotti back at Chelsea. Wasn't he sacked ignominiously in the staircase last time?

    I've always felt that Simeone was likely to manage them one day. He could even bring the other Diego back with him.
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    Luciano Spalletti.
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    Red Katie The least positive person in match threads ever

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    Lay Correctly predicted Portugal to win Euro 2016

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    Sarni nice guy, unassuming, objective United fan.

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    Jardim is very likely. I doubt they'll go after Tuchel.
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    InfiniteBoredom CAF Political Statistician

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    Ancelotti got Shevchenko'ed with the Torres buy.

    Abrahamovich was desperate for the CL back then though, so after Carlo failed 2 years running to come anywhere near it he was booted. His CL credentials got him the job in the first place.
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    Adisa Full Member

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    Jardim would be a great move.
    Doesn't cause problems and does his job.
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    DWelbz19 Correctly predicted Portugal to win Euro 2016

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    Might actually utilise their fantastic academy too.
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    sun_tzu The Art of Bore

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    Jose.. we will probably have fallen out with him by then
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    Wouldn't read too much into his comments tbh he's Italian so of course he would like to go back to Italy eventually

    Most top managers nowadays don't have a long shelf life these days. I'd be very surprised if the likes of Mourinho, Pep and Conte are still at the same teams in 5 years time
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    Cheesy Bread with dipping sauce Scout

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    Simeone to Chelsea...and Conte goes to Atletico, right when Diego Costa joins.
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    AdnanRED Banned

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    Hopefully AVB, in all seriousness maybe the Napoli coach and wouldn't be shocked if they also went for Poch.
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    BlackShark_80 New Member

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    Allegri, Simeone, or Jardim
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    James Milner and his Quagmire's jaw.
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    Jose to come back home once the atmosphere at OT goes rancid.