Ian Wright: "If I was a Chelsea fan i'd be s***ing myself"

Once again the outspoken Ian Wright has given his "views" on the current Chelsea situation in his column for THE SUN and once mo...

ITAR-TASS 163: MOSCOW, RUSSIA. MARCH 29, 2009. Roman Abramovich (R), the billionaire owner of Chelsea FC watches World Cup group 4 qualifying soccer match at the Luzhniki stadium, Moscow. Russia won 2-0. (Photo ITAR-TASS / Grigory Sysoyev) Photo via Newscom Photo via Newscom

Once again the outspoken Ian Wright has given his "views" on the current Chelsea situation in his column for THE SUN and once more he hasn't held back. The football "pundit" and columnist said:
"If I was a Chelsea fan, I'd be desperately trying to work out why Roman Abramovich appears to be ruining the club he saved, And I'd be s***ing myself knowing another manager who could have taken the club to greatness is going to leave.

Carlo Ancelotti was a world-class footballer and is a world-class manager. He does not deserve to be treated like this and no one would blame him if he walked away from Stamford Bridge.

For me, it seems like somebody upstairs has pushed him to come out and publicly deny the rumours about him offering his resignation.

Right now, Chelsea's public persona is in the doldrums so, by doing something like that, it shows there's still a little bit of solidarity at the club - on the surface at least.

But, make no mistake, Ancelotti is his own man. In the next couple of weeks - and especially if he's still there come the summer - we'll see what he's really made of.

I don't know the full story but I'd be looking to get out if the problems are not resolved.

How can you manage a team when they sack your No 2, bring in someone without your say and then tell you to like it or lump it?"
You have to say it's similar to what I posted last week and since then we have heard Carlo's press conference yesterday.

I think it's safe to say that all of us Chelsea fans want this mess sorted out once and for all. Some people say his press conference was a smoke screen yesterday and was simply papering over the cracks at the club. Some other articles state the fact that he has stated he wants to stay, has no intention of leaving but results need to improve which is pretty much par for the course for a club like Chelsea, especially after losing three of the last four games.

The pressure will mount for the rest of the season now if we lose any more games or drop points anywhere and I do really worry that Chelsea will self destruct once more by getting rid of Carlo. I really hope they don't for the good of our club for the foreseeable future.

What do you the fans think about Ian Wright's comments?. Do you agree with "Wrighty"?


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