The major talking point of the week – Luiz Felipe Scolari becomes the new
The next jester has arrived in Roman Abramovich’s comedy club and let us sees how long he will last?
Avram Grant’s dry wit did not fend well with good friend Abramovich, Jose Mourinho’s comedy genius just got a bit too personal.
Peter Kenyon is always used as a pathetic and pity laugh, especially the way he wore his, undeserved, champion’s league losers medal with such pride. Why does he get one? It must add to the comedy.
I think the people at
Big Phil as now taken the reigns and has a difficult act to follow with Grant taking his side to the Champions League final and too second in the league behind eventual winners Manchester United.
The side need discipline, I agree. More players should want to play for the shirt rather than the substandard size of their wallet.
Many changes will be made this summer.
Claude Makelele should leave, especially the pathetic so-called performances he has endured for
Forgotten man Steve Sidwell will move with
Shaun Wright-Phillips will be another and will have many takers.
Didier Drogba may stay but deep lying wounds take a long time to heal.
Frank Lampard desire to play abroad may leave a huge void to fill.
Those coming in will be interesting, so many rumoured.
David Villa, Deco, Fernando Torres, Ricardo Quaresma, Gareth Barry, Kaka, Ronaldinho, the list goes on.
The players, which have, came with a high price and gone to better themselves has been laughable by many rights. Juan Sebastian Veron, Arjan Robben, Damien Duff, Hernan Crespo, Adrian Mutu, Asier Del Horno, Mateja Kezman, Cardoso Tiago to name a few.
Stability is essential and is needed for constant future success. Scolari has admitted he is only here for four or five years and that is not how it should work. How can you build foundations for success? They are just going to buy quick fire, short-term options in hope that they can work.
Mark Hughes should have been handed that job with a ten-year contract and with a ten-year plan. Continuity and trust equals success. Ask Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger, and David Moyles. Look what they have achieved.
Wenger had to rebuild his side many times to redevelop their style and desire. His eleven years at Arsenal has brought success of the highest magnitude. He has laid the foundations for future success, a policy aimed at youth and a range of impressive scouting networks. He turned Arsenal into what they are today.
David Moyles has transferred Everton’s fortunes and even finished above
This is certainly no laughing matter.