Bloody hell they've sacked Scolari

il_principe
il_principe Posts: 9,155
edited March 2009 in Commuting chat
Sure most won't care, but I'm shocked. :shock:

Zola and Clarke anyone?

Please let Jose return!
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  • DonDaddyD
    DonDaddyD Posts: 12,689
    Sure most won't care, but I'm shocked. :shock:

    Zola and Clarke anyone?

    Please let Jose return!

    To sack him for being 4th (like Adams albeit for different reasons) is just silly, the high expectations at board level (when they clearly make decisions not considering how competitive the Premeirship actually is) is stupid beyond belief.
    Food Chain number = 4

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  • Thanks jashburnham best piece of news I've heard today :D
  • itboffin
    itboffin Posts: 20,061
    Erm the clue is in the name people "BIKERADAR" ....
    Rule #5 // Harden The Feck Up.
    Rule #9 // If you are out riding in bad weather, it means you are a badass. Period.
    Rule #12 // The correct number of bikes to own is n+1.
    Rule #42 // A bike race shall never be preceded with a swim and/or followed by a run.
  • il_principe
    il_principe Posts: 9,155
    Shut it Boffin, just because you're housebound. I had a lovely ride yesterday btw...
  • itboffin
    itboffin Posts: 20,061
    Shut it Boffin, just because you're housebound. I had a lovely ride yesterday btw...

    :evil:
    Rule #5 // Harden The Feck Up.
    Rule #9 // If you are out riding in bad weather, it means you are a badass. Period.
    Rule #12 // The correct number of bikes to own is n+1.
    Rule #42 // A bike race shall never be preceded with a swim and/or followed by a run.
  • Well Scolari will now have to 'Get on his bike' and look for a job?
  • Brilliant.

    After England lose their next game, he can be hired as manager of England.
  • heavymental
    heavymental Posts: 2,077
    Yep, I'm pretty shocked too. Who will they want in next? I hope Capello is happy with England.
  • Well clearly he had it coming.

    *runs away giggling*

    I have no idea who he is or what he does.
  • Chelsea - also known as Heart of Midlondon. Time to start playing in purple.

    What's that noise? Oh, its the 30,000 "real" Chelsea fans coming back down to earth.

    Show's over, folks, time to go home.

    For sale : one champions league place.

    For sale : 15 high mileage footballers.
  • _Brun_
    _Brun_ Posts: 1,740
    So no one at Chelsea noticed this season had started quite quite well until they appointed Ray Wilkins as coach? Like Brian Kidd at Leeds (job very well done), and Sparky at City (doing reasonably well considering the financial backing), another ex-United player shows where their heart still is by fcuking thing up for their rivals

    Now if we could just get Bryan Robson a job at Liverpool, even if it was only behind the bar...
  • I think you can forget Jose. Abramovich is too hard-headed to back down in my opinion. But how much is he prepared to spend on a new regime? He didn't want to give the Brazilian much of a budget and cuts were already being made elsewhere (making players pay for their own meals - that speaks volumes). I think things are very much awry down at the Bridge. Mind you, the most urgent job must be axing Kenyon!
    Start Weight: 128 kilos (20.2 st) (April 17th 2009)
    Current Weight:119 kilos (18.7 st) (June 18th 2009)
    Target Weight: 92 kilos (14.5 st) (sometime mid-2010, hopefully sooner)
  • Well he might have won a world cup but obviously the failure to beat the mighty Tigers has cost yet another manager their job
    The UCI are Clowns and Fools
  • To be honest, Steve MacLaren could win the World Cup with Brazil , eek!
    Start Weight: 128 kilos (20.2 st) (April 17th 2009)
    Current Weight:119 kilos (18.7 st) (June 18th 2009)
    Target Weight: 92 kilos (14.5 st) (sometime mid-2010, hopefully sooner)
  • To be honest, Steve MacLaren could win the World Cup with Brazil , eek!
    And he's looking to get back into the Premiership (in a Dutch accent).
  • linsen
    linsen Posts: 1,959
    Who is Scolari?
    Emerging from under a big black cloud. All help welcome
  • Erikson is struggling in Mexico and does have prior form w/ Kenyon
    <a>road</a>
  • il_principe
    il_principe Posts: 9,155
    linsen wrote:
    Who is Scolari?

    Former Chelsea, Portugal and Brazil World Cup winning football manager.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luiz_Felipe_Scolari
  • No, not Who is Scolari - LUIS Scolari
    Start Weight: 128 kilos (20.2 st) (April 17th 2009)
    Current Weight:119 kilos (18.7 st) (June 18th 2009)
    Target Weight: 92 kilos (14.5 st) (sometime mid-2010, hopefully sooner)
  • toontra
    toontra Posts: 1,160
    Just as he was learning to string a short sentence together in English :P


    a serious case of small cogs
  • gtvlusso
    gtvlusso Posts: 5,112
    Jesus Christ! I have not had the call up yet though - I need a new centre mid, any of you guys available?
  • il_principe
    il_principe Posts: 9,155
    Yeah I wondered about Sven, hope not though. When will Clubs learn to stick with 1 Manager. Look at Milan, United and Arsenal for God's sake.

    7 months is not long enough. Mind you Roman should have just learned to live with Jose, given enough time he could have achieved really great things with the Club, Terry still rates him as the best coach he's ever had.
  • i thought he was going to go at the end of season when they hadn't won anything, to sack a manager at this stage seems silly to me, harry did a rare thing at spurs where he jumped right in and started doing better for the club normally takes a while so i can't see them improving soon
  • il_principe
    il_principe Posts: 9,155
    i thought he was going to go at the end of season when they hadn't won anything, to sack a manager at this stage seems silly to me, harry did a rare thing at spurs where he jumped right in and started doing better for the club normally takes a while so i can't see them improving soon

    To be fair it would have been hard to do worse than Ramos though...
  • Maybe Gianfranco Zola will return to the Bridge.
  • linsen
    linsen Posts: 1,959
    Aaah you're talking about FOOTBALL

    I speak five languages - just not that one
    Emerging from under a big black cloud. All help welcome
  • linsen wrote:
    Aaah you're talking about FOOTBALL

    "My GOD, Holmes. How did you know?"

    "Its on the back page of this evening's paper Watson."
  • Jay dubbleU
    Jay dubbleU Posts: 3,159
    linsen wrote:
    Who is Scolari?


    :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol: