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Hiddink Set For Chelsea Job?

Hiddink Set For Chelsea Job?

Jose Mourniho came a step closer to leaving Chelsea today as Guss Hiddink took a step towards becoming the new Chelsea manager.

It has long been rumoured now that Mr(s) Mourniho will leave Chelsea in the summer after not being given the pocket money he wanted.

As I said, Guss Hiddink took a step towards replacing 'the special (needs) one` as he was found guilty of tax evasion in his native land.

That`s right, he`s as dodgy as Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich which is sure to persuade the Russian, (who already pays his wages to manage Russia), that he is the man to take the helm at Chel$ki.

Rumour has it Jeffery Archer is in line to take Peter Kenyon`s place in the summer too.


Touche! ;)

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Writer:Nick Simmonett
Date:Tuesday February 27 2007
Time: 8:06PM

Comments

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And peter pan will replace cech as our goalkeeper. *~*
k_chelski
27/02/2007 20:12:00
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I think our manager is doing just fine, and as for scandals what about the commitments made to the community before you were allowed to build your grand temple to Mamon? All conveniently forgotten.
Westl
27/02/2007 20:51:00
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The David Rocastle youth centre for Islington is situated in canonbury, I'll give you directions if you want to go and see it?
Little Dutch
27/02/2007 21:03:00
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I wouldn't LD, it'll probably end up covered in celery. You know what these young ruffians are like 8-)
flv
27/02/2007 21:05:00
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I have always maintained that Mourinho is just an average manager whose luck will eventually run out. He is yet to prove me wrong. In Portugal (a league that quality-wise is on par with Scotland), he was a manager of one of the big three and won a few titles (quite an achievement), while his Champions League title was down to a dodgy ref decision that went against United and Scholes (hence luck) and than meeting a below-par Monaco in the final. In England he bought player after player, making a mockery out of the transfer values of players and at all times had at least 2 experienced, close to world-class teams at his disposal. During the 'dominance' he had a total of 'zero' injury problems, in fact, his trio Fat Frank, Jay Tee and Cech missed a total of approximately 15 games before this season. He had never faced a crisis and never felt pressure. He couldn't tell u what crisis is if it weren't for the Cech/Terry absences. This is the first season when he's had to deal with injuries to key players and experienced problems real managers face day in and day out in the EPL and what has he done? He has managed to fall out with the dirty Russian, with uncle Fester, with some of his players, and ultimately, he (barely) won the League Cup. He has developed a total of zero players and hindered the progress of many others. He even resorted to pricing out teams of players in order to prevent them joining Chel$ki's rivals. Apart from the bloated ego, and a media-appealing personality there is nothing in him.
G4L
27/02/2007 21:11:00
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Have to agree G4L, he's not a hundredth of the manager Wenger is. Einstein said that the best way of concealing oneself is to talk about oneself and there is no bigger self promoter than Mourinho.
Little Dutch
27/02/2007 21:16:00
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reeeeeeeeeeally?I'm sorry, The portuguese championship is very good, i watch it most of the time.Quality football.He won the uefa cup, then, he won the champions league, whilist doing that, he won 2 portuguese league trophies.He came to chelsea, made us champions with hundreds of records.In the next season, he made us champions again.This season, with all those injuries, we are still in everything (we are the only ones with a minor shot at the title).You might not realize, most if his mind playing, is to take pressure off his players.He has big respect for alex fergunson (they had dinner on a couple of occasions).Even though he doesn't agree with Wenger, he said wenger is a great manager.Does he have the right to call himself the special one?Yes, any manager with honours like his could do that.
k_chelski
27/02/2007 21:17:00
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I won the premership twice on FM07 and I only spent £57 million!
iceman10
27/02/2007 21:20:00
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Rafa Benitez is a much better manager. Champions league, UEFA cup, His La Liga title is worth 10 of Maureens Portugese titles as he broke through the duopoly of Madrid/Barca. Rafa however does not call himself the special one. Like our manager said give everyone the same resources then lets see who's special.
iceman10
27/02/2007 21:24:00
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Hiddink won't leave the Russian national team prior to Euro 2008. Abramovich is simply not stupid enough to want to aggravate Putin as oligarchs have a habit of becoming very poor very quickly when they try that.
Sir_Harry
27/02/2007 21:30:00
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