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Chelsea FC Daily Talk 17/18
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Aw: Chelsea FC Daily Talk 17/18 08 Feb 2018 14:01 #266388

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Luis Enrique is preparing to restart his managerial career in England with Chelsea rated as the Spaniard’s most likely destination.

Although Chelsea insist no discussions have taken place over replacing head coach Antonio Conte, Enrique has emerged as the favourite to succeed the Italian.

Reports in Spain have claimed Enrique has already verbally agreed personal terms with the Premier League champions, but sources close to the 47-year-old have refused to comment on his links with Chelsea.

Allies of Enrique have, however, confirmed that he wants to return to management in the Premier League and is busy trying to prepare himself for a move to England.

He is currently enjoying a sabbatical after standing down from his position at Barcelona, where he spent three successful years.

It appears Enrique would not be keen on taking over Chelsea before the end of the season, particularly as many of his trusted backroom staff are at Celta.

The contracts of Juan Carlos Unzué, Enrique’s former assistant who is now manager at Celta, assistant coach Robert Moreno, fitness coach Rafel Pol and psychologist Joaquín Valdes all run to 2019.

It is thought that Moreno, Pol and Valdes would all be able to follow Enrique to Chelsea in the summer, but it is unlikely Unzué would give up his job as Celta manager.


Jetzt deutet auch alles auf Lucho hin. Die Barça Fans können es nicht wirklich verstehen. Aber Roman knows best
why are you frustrated? Chelsea have the best group of executives working in football and the results bear that fact out.

Aw: Chelsea FC Daily Talk 17/18 08 Feb 2018 14:51 #266389

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www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2018/02/07/...onte-though-chelsea/

Luis Enrique is preparing to restart his managerial career in England with Chelsea rated as the Spaniard’s most likely destination.

Although Chelsea insist no discussions have taken place over replacing head coach Antonio Conte, Enrique has emerged as the favourite to succeed the Italian.

Reports in Spain have claimed Enrique has already verbally agreed personal terms with the Premier League champions, but sources close to the 47-year-old have refused to comment on his links with Chelsea.

Allies of Enrique have, however, confirmed that he wants to return to management in the Premier League and is busy trying to prepare himself for a move to England.

He is currently enjoying a sabbatical after standing down from his position at Barcelona, where he spent three successful years.

It appears Enrique would not be keen on taking over Chelsea before the end of the season, particularly as many of his trusted backroom staff are at Celta.

The contracts of Juan Carlos Unzué, Enrique’s former assistant who is now manager at Celta, assistant coach Robert Moreno, fitness coach Rafel Pol and psychologist Joaquín Valdes all run to 2019.

It is thought that Moreno, Pol and Valdes would all be able to follow Enrique to Chelsea in the summer, but it is unlikely Unzué would give up his job as Celta manager.


Jetzt deutet auch alles auf Lucho hin. Die Barça Fans können es nicht wirklich verstehen. Aber Roman knows best




Ich hab absolut keine Ahnung, was ich von Enrique halten soll. Er hat zwar das Triple geholt, danach aber ziemlich versagt und wurde doch unehrenhaft entlassen?
Was spielt er für einen Fußball? Soll er aus uns ein Barcelona machen? Ein Barcelona, welches auf eigene Spieler setzt, oder soll aus einem Zappacosta Dani Alves werden?

Aw: Chelsea FC Daily Talk 17/18 08 Feb 2018 14:57 #266390

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www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2018/02/07/...onte-though-chelsea/

Luis Enrique is preparing to restart his managerial career in England with Chelsea rated as the Spaniard’s most likely destination.

Although Chelsea insist no discussions have taken place over replacing head coach Antonio Conte, Enrique has emerged as the favourite to succeed the Italian.

Reports in Spain have claimed Enrique has already verbally agreed personal terms with the Premier League champions, but sources close to the 47-year-old have refused to comment on his links with Chelsea.

Allies of Enrique have, however, confirmed that he wants to return to management in the Premier League and is busy trying to prepare himself for a move to England.

He is currently enjoying a sabbatical after standing down from his position at Barcelona, where he spent three successful years.

It appears Enrique would not be keen on taking over Chelsea before the end of the season, particularly as many of his trusted backroom staff are at Celta.

The contracts of Juan Carlos Unzué, Enrique’s former assistant who is now manager at Celta, assistant coach Robert Moreno, fitness coach Rafel Pol and psychologist Joaquín Valdes all run to 2019.

It is thought that Moreno, Pol and Valdes would all be able to follow Enrique to Chelsea in the summer, but it is unlikely Unzué would give up his job as Celta manager.


Jetzt deutet auch alles auf Lucho hin. Die Barça Fans können es nicht wirklich verstehen. Aber Roman knows best




Ich hab absolut keine Ahnung, was ich von Enrique halten soll. Er hat zwar das Triple geholt, danach aber ziemlich versagt und wurde doch unehrenhaft entlassen?
Was spielt er für einen Fußball? Soll er aus uns ein Barcelona machen? Ein Barcelona, welches auf eigene Spieler setzt, oder soll aus einem Zappacosta Dani Alves werden?

Es zahlt sich nicht aus, sich mit seiner Philosophie auseinanderzusetzen. In spätestens 2 Jahren ist er eh wieder weg.

Aw: Chelsea FC Daily Talk 17/18 08 Feb 2018 15:05 #266391

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www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2018/02/07/...onte-though-chelsea/

Luis Enrique is preparing to restart his managerial career in England with Chelsea rated as the Spaniard’s most likely destination.

Although Chelsea insist no discussions have taken place over replacing head coach Antonio Conte, Enrique has emerged as the favourite to succeed the Italian.

Reports in Spain have claimed Enrique has already verbally agreed personal terms with the Premier League champions, but sources close to the 47-year-old have refused to comment on his links with Chelsea.

Allies of Enrique have, however, confirmed that he wants to return to management in the Premier League and is busy trying to prepare himself for a move to England.

He is currently enjoying a sabbatical after standing down from his position at Barcelona, where he spent three successful years.

It appears Enrique would not be keen on taking over Chelsea before the end of the season, particularly as many of his trusted backroom staff are at Celta.

The contracts of Juan Carlos Unzué, Enrique’s former assistant who is now manager at Celta, assistant coach Robert Moreno, fitness coach Rafel Pol and psychologist Joaquín Valdes all run to 2019.

It is thought that Moreno, Pol and Valdes would all be able to follow Enrique to Chelsea in the summer, but it is unlikely Unzué would give up his job as Celta manager.


Jetzt deutet auch alles auf Lucho hin. Die Barça Fans können es nicht wirklich verstehen. Aber Roman knows best




Ich hab absolut keine Ahnung, was ich von Enrique halten soll. Er hat zwar das Triple geholt, danach aber ziemlich versagt und wurde doch unehrenhaft entlassen?
Was spielt er für einen Fußball? Soll er aus uns ein Barcelona machen? Ein Barcelona, welches auf eigene Spieler setzt, oder soll aus einem Zappacosta Dani Alves werden?

Na ja "ziemlich versagt" ist dann doch heftig für 2 Jahre in denen er einmal das Double und einmal den Cup geholt hat.

Aw: Chelsea FC Daily Talk 17/18 08 Feb 2018 15:18 #266392

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Na ja "ziemlich versagt" ist dann doch heftig für 2 Jahre in denen er einmal das Double und einmal den Cup geholt hat.


Lucho’s reign ends with the team playing like shit and Messi saving the day as he’s done for the last three years. Good riddance.


Also, Zidane is suffering from the same thing that Lucho did 18 months into his tenure.
Both are great leaders and motivators, but when they can’t motivate their players anymore, they don’t have anything else to fall back on. No ideas, no philosophy, nada.


why are you frustrated? Chelsea have the best group of executives working in football and the results bear that fact out.
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Aw: Chelsea FC Daily Talk 17/18 08 Feb 2018 15:32 #266393

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Na ja "ziemlich versagt" ist dann doch heftig für 2 Jahre in denen er einmal das Double und einmal den Cup geholt hat.


Lucho’s reign ends with the team playing like shit and Messi saving the day as he’s done for the last three years. Good riddance.


Also, Zidane is suffering from the same thing that Lucho did 18 months into his tenure.
Both are great leaders and motivators, but when they can’t motivate their players anymore, they don’t have anything else to fall back on. No ideas, no philosophy, nada.




Aw: Chelsea FC Daily Talk 17/18 08 Feb 2018 15:56 #266395

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True Blue23 schrieb:
Na ja "ziemlich versagt" ist dann doch heftig für 2 Jahre in denen er einmal das Double und einmal den Cup geholt hat.


Lucho’s reign ends with the team playing like shit and Messi saving the day as he’s done for the last three years. Good riddance.


Also, Zidane is suffering from the same thing that Lucho did 18 months into his tenure.
Both are great leaders and motivators, but when they can’t motivate their players anymore, they don’t have anything else to fall back on. No ideas, no philosophy, nada.



Passt doch eh perfekt. Und nach 2 Jahren holen wir dann Zidane, der uns wiederum für 2 Jahre nach vorne bringt.

Aw: Chelsea FC Daily Talk 17/18 08 Feb 2018 23:57 #266396

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why are you frustrated? Chelsea have the best group of executives working in football and the results bear that fact out.

Aw: Chelsea FC Daily Talk 17/18 09 Feb 2018 08:45 #266398

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Mehr ist dazu nicht zu sagen.

Aw: Chelsea FC Daily Talk 17/18 09 Feb 2018 09:35 #266402

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Mehr ist dazu nicht zu sagen.


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