WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
32%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
28%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
33%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
7%
  



Chinkey Weasel 12:16 Wed Sep 7
Tuchel sacked
Haha

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Eerie Descent 9:22 Thu Sep 15
Re: Tuchel sacked
"why would it bother a west ham fan if he was slagging off potter?"



Gilmore is not a West Ham fan, Miike.

13 Brentford Rd 9:12 Thu Sep 15
Re: Tuchel sacked
The booing has already started one game in.

Texas Iron 6:28 Thu Sep 15
Re: Tuchel sacked
I hope New owners splash the d cash…overpay for mediocre talent…win nothing and give up and sell at a loss…

The only winners being Potter his staff and the overpaid average players

happygilmore 4:48 Thu Sep 15
Re: Tuchel sacked
Texas Iron 4:22 Thu Sep 15
Re: Tuchel sacked
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Sorry, my misunderstanding.

But if they have a good Manager and an Owner willing to splash the cash, they things might not be so bad. Especially since the departure of the Russian looked like the end of the cash-roll days.

Texas Iron 4:22 Thu Sep 15
Re: Tuchel sacked
Of course I meant the new owner…

Potter is a very good English Manager/Coach

Takashi Miike 1:21 Thu Sep 15
Re: Tuchel sacked
"They" are the Chelsea fans. THEY deserve this clueless yank cunt

Takashi Miike 1:20 Thu Sep 15
Re: Tuchel sacked
"They deserve him…

Yank owner knows shit about Proper Football and the legacy…

Another ManU at best…"


he's talking about the owner, and he didn't write the shit you put in the second post. why would it bother a west ham fan if he was slagging off potter?

happygilmore 11:28 Thu Sep 15
Re: Tuchel sacked
"the owners deserve what they got" i.e. a dud manager.

Potter deserves better than some knee jerk reaction.

Takashi Miike 11:18 Thu Sep 15
Re: Tuchel sacked
"Not sure what is meant by that. I think many on hear saw him as a good replacement for Moyes."

He's talking about their new owner, not your beloved Potter

happygilmore 11:09 Thu Sep 15
Re: Tuchel sacked
Tuchel did himself no favours. I'm actually glad that a young England manager building a reputation has been given a chance.

Texas Iron wrote.
"They deserve him"

Not sure what is meant by that. I think many on hear saw him as a good replacement for Moyes.

Tomsdad 9:45 Thu Sep 15
Re: Tuchel sacked
Hmmmm, not the best of starts, but it could have been worse!

Texas Iron 5:16 Wed Sep 14
Re: Tuchel sacked
They deserve him…

Yank owner knows shit about Proper Football and the legacy…

Another ManU at best…

Love to see the financing for the sale…highly debt leveraged I’d assume…with high portion based on local real estate property values

Paid too much to generate much cash flow …and big speculation on revenue growth…

Eerie Descent 3:56 Wed Sep 14
Re: Tuchel sacked
Let's be honest, it's an absolutely massive gamble for Chelsea. Clubs who are in the Champions League every season and fighting for the title don't get in punt manager's. I think he's a good manager, but no one has any idea how he will deal with proper top players.

The Chelsea owners know fuck all about football, apparently one of the first conversations with Tuchel was about wanting him to play 4-4-3!

They've gone for him purely based on Brighton's start to the season, they can't have based it on 1 mid table finish last season. He's not no pedigree in English cup competitions either. It's a mad appointment, but we'll see how it goes.

Sven Roeder 3:49 Wed Sep 14
Re: Tuchel sacked
Potter has been impressive but suspect even if he is on £10m a year he wont get the whole £50m paid out if he is sacked.
Presume these clubs have clauses that allow them to sack managers if they fall below targets .... ie Chelsea finish in the bottom half or outside the Europe places ... the club can pay out 6 months or a year to bin him.
Either way he will make more than in a full career at Brighton.

As may have been mentioned when the Yank took over his baseball team he got his own man in and that guy has lasted 7 years.
Seems a decent manager but hopefully is complete failure.
Even so someone like Brighton would take him back in a heartbeat as would others

Romfordboy 3:03 Wed Sep 14
Re: Tuchel sacked
7m a year for a sporting director

Wow this just has the feeling of ending very badly

Willtell 11:38 Wed Sep 14
Re: Tuchel sacked
The problem Potter faces is much like when we appointed Curbishley as manager after he’d done well at lower league Charlton for years and our Icelandic owners promised CL in 5 years.

Similar also to Man Utd replacing the world’s best manager with Dithering Dave.

Curbs was boring as fuck (maybe a bit like Potter?). Expectations for a top manager were high for Chelsea. Yet they brought in a manager that hasn’t got the pedigree fans might expect.

A couple of early defeats and watch the fans start whingeing

Mr Kenzo 9:51 Wed Sep 14
Re: Tuchel sacked
Potter should be given at least 3 seasons at Chelsea


Autumn,Winter and Spring

nychammer 6:23 Wed Sep 14
Re: Tuchel sacked
Graham Potter has said the challenge of being Chelsea manager was "too big (a pay check) to turn down".

Made for life, just gotta stick it out for 6 months

Manuel 5:51 Wed Sep 14
Re: Tuchel sacked
gph 10:22 Tue Sep 13

''If things don't go right for Potter from the start, I think he'll get the tin-tack very quickly''


You can never discount that of course, but more often than not when new owners come to a club in they usually appoint their own man before not too long, and a couple of lousy defeats gave them the excuse to bin Tuchel, and maybe they just didn't like him and didn't want to work with him on a daily basis. Potter is their man so they 'may' give him time, and the fact that they didn't go for Poch may mean they want someone for a 'project' and would they really be wanting to pay him out 60 mil anytime soon?

Will be interesting how it goes anyway, as it's been a while since one of the bigger sides in this country have gone for an English manager and without a big track record.

gph 10:22 Tue Sep 13
Re: Tuchel sacked
I was thinking more about their new owners than about Chelsea per se.

Granted, Abramovic wasn't a patient man, but this new lot seem twitchier than Watford.

If things don't go right for Potter from the start, I think he'll get the tin-tack very quickly.

Previous Chelsea managers were given the chance to show that they were not absolutely rubbish, even if they didn't reach the standards required.

PwoperNaughtyButNot 7:06 Tue Sep 13
Re: Tuchel sacked
Tomsdad

I’m not sure about that

Lampard - Derby

Villa Boas - Porto

Mourinho - Porto

Di Matteo - WBA


Granted Porto are famous but I’d argue Brighton have more money and play in the better league.

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