The Groundsman’s Shed


Your Take: Scolari Moves to Chelsea by groundsman
June 11, 2008, 6:53 pm
Filed under: Chelsea, Filipe Scolari, football, football manager, Phil Scolari, Portugal

The current and soon to be former Portugese national team coach, Luiz Filipe Scolari, is going to Stamford Bridge starting July 1st.

 

Your thoughts?

I’ll post the most coherent responses later tonight.

[Photo: AP/Yahoo!]

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6 Comments so far
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Ho hum.

Comment by GeeCee

is this so charvaleo wont be sold

Comment by ant

Terrible appointment. It look like Abramovich is trying to prove conclusivly the adage too many cooks spoil the broth. Too many advisers, hangers on and politicians . The Chief Exec should have been left to get on with the job. I don’t think he will last the whole of one season

Comment by paul

If he gets around to punching someone a la Euro qualifiers, I’m down.

Comment by dameofextratime

I heard that mean Gene Hackman had quit acting……. But seriously, I can’t see him lasting more than a season. He’s had success with Brazil and Portugal but Chelski is a different kettle of fish. Too many ‘personalities’ and nationalities.

Comment by descksoon

[…] “Terrible appointment. It look like Abramovich is trying to prove conclusivly the adage too many cooks spoil the broth. Too many advisers, hangers on and politicians . The Chief Exec should have been left to get on with the job. I don’t think he will last the whole of one season.”- Paul (Commenter) […]

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