Abramovich now has to find the eighth manager of the club he bought in 2003 but this shouldn't be difficult seeing as almost every single manager in the entire world wants that job right now. While Frank Lampard, Ashley Cole and John Terry remain alive there is absolutely no chance of that club moving forward anytime soon so the chance to just turn up, tell the best 11 players to try and win and then get paid ££££££ for 9 months work sounds like a pretty good job. You can't really lose, and you don't even have to worry about what players to sign since the owner does that for you. Scolari said:
"It will be hell for whoever succeeds him.[...] Villas-Boas was a champion and he will continue to be. He needed to replace at least seven or eight players, even since I was there, but he failed."It's certainly a lot easier than most normal human jobs like working in a bar, where you have to run around all night serving drinks to people, or driving a bus where, as I understand it, you just have to sit down and be a cunt to everyone.