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Scouting For Abramovich: 3 Managers Who Can Effectively Replace Hiddink For A Permanent Role At The Bridge

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roman abramovich

 roman abramovich

In the world where patience is on a high-time low, especially in the game of football, managers become the easy prey and one crucial error leads to sacking. Chelsea Football club under Roman era and Real Madrid under Perez are two of the worst clubs when it comes to stability of a manager’s reign.

In one of most recent happenings, Jose Mourinho left the blue army of London by mutual consent. Immediately within the next two weeks Chelsea roped in an ex-manager Guus Hiddink who is in-charge as the interim boss.

In the era where Chelsea have constantly fired several managers and has had a managerial change for every 2-3 seasons, we look at 3 options who can bring immense stability to the club and who may as well turn out to be permanent options for the club.

1) Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola

Linked with every top club in England, Pep Guardiola is the manager which no club can resist. After Guardiola announced that he will depart from Bayern Munchen, he is highly expected to arrive in England and take up the managerial role in a certain top club.

There are several Chelsea fans who’ll be happy with this appointment. Guardiola is one such manager reputed for his building up of a team and implementing his own philosophy and is a well known manager for the amount of success he’s achieved in Spain as well as Germany with Barcelona and Bayern.

Considering every team he has coached, Guardiola has a 74.3% win percentage out of all his total matches and only 10.5% losses. A manager who is tactically sound as well as sincere in his approach when it comes to big matches.

Guardiola’s era with Barcelona yielded a massive total of 14 trophies which included two champions leagues, FIFA club world cup, La Liga title and the Spanish super cup and in Germany he’s won the German cup, Bundesliga title and UEFA super cup.  With his massive hunger that can instill optimism, who doesn’t want to have Guardiola and make him a long term manager?

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