#2 Gianfranco Zola
It is a typical custom in football for boards to select collaborators in a caretaker limit upon the end of a football manager’s agreement and in the event that this is the way Chelsea is to tow, at that point Gianfranco Zola could end up as Chelsea’s next football manager, if Maurizio Sarri is given the sack.
The Italian went through seven years at Stamford Bridge as a player, introducing the new time of achievement and played his way into the hearts of Chelsea fans, setting up himself as one of the best players in the club’s history.
Despite the fact that the 52-year-old is yet to have an essence of first-group the executives yet (as his associate director job at Chelsea is his first raid into the board), his status as a previous Chelsea incredible could see him prevail at the club much like Zinedine Zidane and Pep Guardiola did at Real Madrid and Barcelona separately notwithstanding their relative inability.
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