Chelsea is believed to be a club that doesn't tolerate when their managers are underperforming. That is to say that they don't give coaches enough chance to prove themselves, and once a coach starts underperforming, he gets sacked. But then, some coaches should have been given enough chance or a little time to prove themselves with the club and we will be listing three of them;
1. Frank Lampard: The Chelsea footballer legend accepted Chelsea Job when no one else wanted to take up the job. Chelsea got a transfer ban which would have made it very difficult for any manager to manage the club at that time considering the kind of club Chelsea FC is.
But Frank Lampard took up the Job and was able to qualify for the champions league with mostly academy players. Frank was sacked immediately after signing a few important players and couldn't get them together to start performing well. A young coach like Lampard should have been given a second chance to get his team together and do something better.
2. Antonio Conte: The former Inter Milan coach managed Chelsea in the 2016/2017 season and help the club to add one more Premier League trophy to their trophy cabinet. He is the last to have won the Premier League for Chelsea. Chelsea sacked Conte and brought Sarri to the club. He left the club and went to Inter Milan where he transformed the club into a title contender, he left the club due to a financial crisis.
3. Roberto Di Matteo: Di Mateo gave Chelsea their first-ever Champions League trophy in just half a season and was sacked the next season when he started losing matches, he should have been given a little time to prove himself further.
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