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  1. So that fucking joke club are 'considering' a manager who's won the square root of fuck all? Must be a slow day in the sports office! gollum!? Moyes is currently figuring strongly in Chelsea’s deliberations, with his suitability being discussed as the club considers who to appoint when Rafa Benitez’s period as interim manager ends this summer. Jose Mourinho is also a candidate but there is a growing expectation that he will quit Real Madrid this summer to succeed Carlo Ancelotti at Paris St-Germain. Roman Abramovich is believed to be very happy with Benítez, and would like to retain him after the end of this campaign, but he accepts that the appointment cannot happen given the hostility of the club’s supporters to the Spaniard. Despite what one source said was the “disarray” at Chelsea, Abramovich is pleased with the Benítez even though has conceded that with Chelsea now 13 points behind leaders Manchester United any hopes of winning the Premier League have ended. “There are still some trophies to win and we will try to win all of them. In terms of the league I don’t think we can do it,” Benítez said ahead of today’s encounter with Arsenal.
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