Time for a Change
I know full well as I write this article I am going to be condemned by most, in fact I feel sick as I write such a thing but when is enough, enough?
Now I look at all the managers we have had since the Special One departed Grant, Scolari, Hiddink, Carlo, AVB, RDM and Benitez, now they all have had their flaws (excuse Hiddink) but can all these managers be failures or is there something darker within the shadows of Stamford Bridge.
I look week after week and the senior players always have something to say to the press. And it is always one of Cech, Terry, Mikel and not so much, but occasionally, Lamps.
They inform the media of this and that, oh we are happy, we are all pulling together but things are starting to add up that this is not the case and if they don't want to work for a manager, or sense he is on the way out, time and time again they don't step up and shift all blame towards the man in charge.
You only have to read Cech's comment about how results had improved for weeks following RDM`s sacking. Now if the 'Special One' returns his character is so powerful and strong these players will have little influence, but if he is not returning they will be in the shadows casting a dark cloud on the new manager and in six months we are in the same predicament.
Do we say it`s time for a change and lose these world class players and say start again, or am I being way too dramatic and think that these brilliant ambassadors of the club should retire at the Bridge.
Just food for thought really!
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