I agree.As I said in the match thread, they're on the right track with him tactically wise. They need several signings in attack and defense though. Can't see him getting sacked this season at all after being unlucky with the transfer ban.
I honestly think he'll suit them far more than Sarri.
Do you think we played better againt Man United or are you basing that on tonight's result only?Is it possible that Chelsea 19/20 is one of those teams that "plays better" yet cannot win?
Because that reeks of "loser".
What's the point? 5th-6th and UCL Round of 16 but we played better? The sack in May it is.
Didn't watch us last season then.Personally think Chelsea were unlucky tonight, if Abraham had a heavier touch on that chance then they'd have won.
I'm just not overly convinced by Lampards credentials though as a manager, Derby were one of the favourites to go up and only just dragged their arse into the playoffs the last few games of the season. He's been dealt a bad hand with the striker options though, never seen a Chelsea team with such a poor selection of strikers.
Chelsea was better than Utd for most of the first half. Yet they didn't score, and conceded 3 in the second half. If that doesn't make sense, it's because it doesn't. "Playing better yet not winning" is a paradox accepted by a majority of football fans.That does not answer my question at all.