Loved the quote he made recently along the lines of..."I was never going to perform the impossible at Chelsea, there were some big problems...blah blah blah"
No, Frankie boy, you weren't, but they might have expected a tad more than 5 points out of 27 and losing 4-0 on aggregate to Real Madrid...
Frank's season: 29 games, 20 points.
Still seemingly absolving himself of any blame. His comments after yesterday's game; "...Chelsea fans understand the tough position we were in when I came here..."
He will now be the benchmark to which other appalling managers will be compared to...
1) For how many minutes in total will we occupy one of the relegation places?
2) How many times, during the course of the game, will we occupy one of the relegation places?
3) What will our final league position be?
I hear what you say and agree with you.
However the difference between Leicester and Leeds is that Leicester do have some good attacking options with Maddison and Barnes (or Tielemans crashing one in from 25 yards). Just really worried it might click for them and it not to be in our hands on...
Like I say, I was just being petty because in post match interviews he never seems to accept his contribution to the lack of success, which winds me up a bit.
Sack him after the penultimate game as a gesture and deny him his final match on the Sunday.
Chelsea should sack him after the United game on Thursday.
Petty and spiteful yes, but he should be made aware that he needs to take responsibility for the run of results since his return and his performance is unacceptable.
We put ourselves at the mercy of one of the most incompetent, clueless managers the Premier League has ever seen for two thirds of the season. Not getting relegated after being in the hands of that clown for so long is a monumental achievement.