Who will be the next Chelsea Manager?

559946_10151506150529274_887611100_nWith Rafa’s departure drawing ever closer us Chelsea fans are still unaware of who will manage us in May. There’s a whole host of managers who have been linked with a move to SW6 and us fans are still unaware of who will be leading us in the Summer.

There’s been much speculation about the blues job and affairs certainly spiced up last night following controversial comments from Rafa.Its certain that he will leave his role as “Interim Manager” when his contract expires, however many people have predicted his short reign at the club will draw to a close as early as this weekend! We know that playing the baggies curses our manager considering that RDM and AVB both lost their jobs following defeats to West Brom. Will history repeat itself this weekend I wonder?

One name who’s has sprung to people’s lips recently is the Special One. I’m sure every Chelsea fan across the world will welcome his arrival with open arms.He’s a legend at the club and he will always be held with the highest regard. This CFC hero produced a reign filled with resounding success and no shortage of passionate battles and controversial highlights. But hey that’s Jose for you. I do hope to see him back at the Bridge however it’s not certain if he will leave Madrid. Sky Sports have backed him to make that sensational return as he’s favourite to take the Chelsea post at 4/5. On the other side of the coin there’s been wide-spread reports claiming that Jose is ready to visit yet another country, France this time and people have claimed that he’s on his way to PSG.

Another talented manager who has been linked to the gaffer job at Chelsea is David Moyes. The Scotsman has been a loyal servant to Everton FC and he’s accomplished amazing achievements considering the hard circumstances. His understanding of the game is brilliant and he’s always wise to make the right move in the transfer market. Patience is a virtue they say and by golly Moyes certainly posses patience. He’s always willing to wait until the right move un-folds and his outstanding piece of judgment have brought players from the highest caliber to Everton for extremely cheap prices. I’m sure his experience and wisdom could help a great deal and I’m sure his relationship with the fans would be a good one if he were to takeover.

This man has taken the Premier League by storm and his instant success has grabbed the back page headlines of many newspapers.Probably one of the best players in his day Michael Laudrup has been praised by pundits and fans alike after a brilliant start to his managerial career at Swansea. Without question there’s know doubt that he deserves all the praise he’s received after guiding Swansea to their first Major Cup in their history. I foresee him being one of the best mangers in world football at one stage and I would be jubilant if he took over affairs at the Bridge.

Another character who has impressed in his early days of being a manager is Antonio Conte. The Juve coach has really done a brilliant job and there’s no wonder why he’s been linked with the position at Chelsea. Yet again he’s another exciting manager with his side looking certain to capture yet another Serie A title, club legend Gianluca Viali said that he’s definitely on Chelsea’s wish list.

So who will we see in the dug out at the start of August? Who will guide us into another era of successive silverware? I really am praying to see the Special One back at the bridge!

Who would you like to see managing Chelsea? Let me know your thoughts! KTBFFH!

  1. Ak says

    “the special one”

  2. Gabriel Kajela says

    David Moyes

  3. Osagie kings says


  4. Bitto raphael says

    Mourinho and RDM assistant

  5. dragunar says

    We all know that the best solution was special and of course there can be no doubt but that if he will leave Madrid take on PSG or city and find his way to our very unpleasant surprise. I think even their management teams are much more severe than ours, truly gentle club where it is headed. So must be ready to have another good solutions to those who came to lead the team enough time to build a team game and the team step up smartly in the right way! David Moyes, Michael Laudrup, Antonio Conte and Diego Simeone would be a good solution in the long run! The same should count on a club legend Gianluca Vialli and Gianfranco Zola that they could do a fantastic job that started RDM!
    DRAGUNAR from Serbia ! KTBFFH !

  6. Blue blood says

    Jurgen klopp

  7. brightonbobo says

    the special one


    I wont hinddink or conte at d brige benitez is not a good maneger he wont 2 run dan chelsea go go benitez go

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