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Terry points Villas-Boas in direction of nearest Job Centre

November 21, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Following another home defeat for Chelsea at the hands of Liverpool on Sunday, John Terry and other senior players have told manager Andre Villas-Boas to start looking for new employment.

Despite a resurgence in the second-half Chelsea went down to a late Glen Johnson strike, with much of the midfield and defence distracted by a discussion on who they would like to be their next boss.

Terry explained, “Rumours of the players having too much power at Chelsea are completely exaggerated. We might even let Roman Abramovic have a say on which world-class manager we’re going to get fired next.

“Suggestions that we’re overpaid are also ridiculous. Paying us less wouldn’t solve anything as we’ve already got so much horded in savings and property investments.”

Chelsea players’ warning for AVB

Reports that Villas-Boas has lost the dressing-room appear accurate as Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba and Ashley Cole have made it clear that they are considering bringing in another big-name foreign coach to scapegoat for their poor performances.

Lampard said, “The gaffer hasn’t been here long but we’re already running out of reasons to blame him for everything.

“His tactics are atrocious and his motivational skills are non-existent but the supporters are starting to hold us to account too and that is not acceptable.

“Unless he improves his ideas over the coming weeks we’ll instruct the board to look for a replacement.

“Guus Hiddink would be an ideal candidate as his experience and reputation would guarantee us at least another season of someone else taking all the stick.”

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