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Vote: Who should be Chelsea’s manager next season?

Should Abramovich persuade the Goose to stay?

As Chelsea completed their final home game of the season, the Stamford Bridge faithful were very clear about who they wanted in charge next season.

This morning, The Sun reported that Carlo Ancelotti has accepted a move to West London, but if yesterday’s chants of “You can stick Ancelotti up your arse” are anything to go by, the Italian will not exactly receive a hero’s welcome.

So, should Roman Abramovich risk the wrath of his home nation by pulling some strings to steal Guus Hiddink away permanently, or should he formally pursue Silvio Berlusconi’s least favourite manager? Or perhaps it’s time for the oligarch to swallow some pride and bring Mourinho back into the fold? Let us know your thoughts below…


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4 responses so far
  • Jennifer // May 18, 2009 at 1:06 pm

    If Guus won’t stay, Jose it should be.

  • gazza // May 18, 2009 at 1:19 pm

    bRING Back jose

  • Bokolis // May 18, 2009 at 1:38 pm

    You can’t argue with Chelski’s play under Guus. If Roman has Chelski’s interests first, he will steal Guus and deal with the consequences.

    If he can’t bring himself to do it…if he wants Jose badly enough, he can buy him. For me, however, the best move would be to lift Zola from West Ham.

  • fifty5 // May 19, 2009 at 8:12 am

    Avram Grant………… Guus Hiddink cost us the Uefa Champions League by replacing Drogba for a defender in the dieing stages of the game. As a coach you must always attack as the best form of defence. Avram Grant got the best out of Chelsea players. He was unfairly dismissed. He should be given another chance……

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