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ShiftyPowers;3058629 said:I know he's the next coming to some of you, and already a God to others, but he DOES lack experience and familiarity with a league he hasn't been in for years. Go ahead and pretend it's not the case, but it is. I'm not making any comment on how this will affect his ability to manage from Day 1. Di Matteo has that immediate experience and familiarity, which is why this is such a big signing.
Filipower;3058641 said:He also hadn't been in the Portuguese League or the UEFA Cup for years. It's an easier challenge, sure, and I'm not saying he's going to win everything with Chelsea (plus I hope he wins nothing), he has proven the "young and inexperienced" criticism wrong before.
pede54;3067141 said:Scott Parker is a much improved player since he left Chelsea, and has done well with the Hammers, but is he that much improved as a player for Chelsea to want to resign him? It seems that we were going to loan in the player for next season, but the deal from West Ham was a little steep. So now it looks like Chelsea are interested in buying him for £8 mill.
We all know what Parker's like as a player, his tenacity and drive are not under question, but do you think he is good enough a player now to fit into the Chelsea lineup? Could he do the job that Michael Essien does?
I'd like to know what others think about Scott joining Chelsea, because I'm not sure what I think.