As we contemplate a weekend without football, although thankfully the World Cup is just around the corner, it’s amazing just what you can pick up on the social networks.
This afternoon, with little better to do, I’ve uncovered three tweets that you might agree are interesting.
The first covers the recent appointment of Frank Lampard as the new manager of Derby County.
Perfectly aware of the financial restrictions Lampard will be asked to operate under, this tweet implies that Frank will look towards his former stomping ground to assist him in his task:
— Derek O’Leary (@derekolearyifc) June 1, 2018
But is Pride Park the ideal place for Mason Mount and Callum Hudson-Odoi to further their careers?
And, as for Jody Morris joining Derby in a coaching capacity, surely Chelsea need to keep Jody on the Chelsea books.
Next up, is one I found amusing, it takes its idea from the ‘What have the Romans ever done for us’ quote, reading:
Does stalling the new stadium mean Roman is thinking of selling? If he is what has the Roman ever done for us…..
5 league titles….
5 FA Cups….
3 league Cups….
2 charity shields
1 Europa Cup
& 1 champions league, what has Roman ever done for us #CFC
— Andy H (@ChelsLad66) May 31, 2018
Lastly, with some confusion surrounding the status of Roman Abramovich, we uncovered this:
Chelsea Football Club for sale? That the talk in the city #CFC
— indykaila News (@indykaila) May 31, 2018
Could it be true? Are we at a major crossroads in the history of Chelsea Football Club?
Your thoughts on any of the above tweets would be most welcome in our comments facility.