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  1. I've got their Twitter post about that in a tab saved in the top left corner of my computer screen. Just 25 hours, 41 minutes before I can hit them with the "so has he gone yet, then?"
  2. Do you have a link to it, or was it just on the telly?
  3. I would be more inclined to believe this if I hadn't been hearing that Frank will sign for Chelsea "in the next 48 hours" for over a week now
  4. I think as a general rule, any manager that got sacked and replaced with Paul Jewell should not be considered for the Derby manager role
  5. Could you imagine Keano starting the bounce? Would be terrifying
  6. I flat out refuse to believe that Chelsea are happy to give the manager role to a man with one year of experience, but have reservations of giving the assistant manager role to a man with 4 years of managerial experience at youth level and the coaching role to a man with 9 years experience of first team coaching, especially when both of those two got all of that previous experience at Chelsea.
  7. Could just be because he's playing for Chelsea legends in a charity match tomorrow
  8. Check the date that article was published
  9. I meant it could be interpreted more along the lines of "he's had a fantastic career, but now he's going to be the manager of Chelsea" rather than it being the continuation of a fantastic career
  10. I feel like the phrasing of that sentence implies an unintended meaning that might prove to be accurate
  11. JfR

    Fikayo Tomori

    Tomori for Derby: Tomori for England:
  12. JfR

    David Turnbull

    At this point, I wouldn't be surprised if David's holding off so he can take our manager position
  13. Zidane actually had a lot more experience within Real's managerial setup than that, though. He was an adviser to Mourinho from 2010 to 2011, sporting director from 2011 to 2012, manager of the U17s from 2012 to 2013, assistant manager to Ancelotti from 2013 to 2014, and only then was he made coach of the reserve team. That's six years of working exclusively within Real Madrid for him to learn from.
  14. Thing is he wasn't great in his first season at Brentford either, and going purely on a stats basis he was worse in a lot of key departments there than he has been for us, especially in his passing, but his second season there he really stepped his game up, was one of their best players offensively, was their top assister, etc. I can't say it will happen with certainty, but I'm hoping it's just a case of it taking him a while to settle in and that he could come good next season.
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