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He is obviously a big fan of the game and a big fan of the Premier League, so he is interested in working in the Premier League.
Frank Rijkaard's agent
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Frank Rijkaard's agent has told Sky Sports News that the Dutchman 'would consider' a proposal from Chelsea, although he confirmed no approach has been made as yet.
Chelsea are seeking a new manager following the shock sacking of Brazilian tactician Luiz Felipe Scolari on Monday.
A number of high-profile coaches have already been linked with the vacant post, with the latest reports suggesting former Blues boss Avram Grant could return on a short-term basis.
Rijkaard has also been mooted as a potential target, with the ex-Barcelona manager out of work since he departed the Camp Nou at the end of last season.
And, speaking to Sky Sports News on Tuesday, Rijkaard's agent, Perry Overeem, has admitted the 46-year-old would be interested in a permanent role in the Premier League.
Overeem said: "He is obviously a big fan of the game and a big fan of the Premier League, so he is interested in working in the Premier League.
"Yes (Rijkaard would be looking for a long-term role). But it depends on all the conditions and the plans.
"It would have to be a long-term plan for him, not just something for one or one-and-a-half seasons.
"He would consider every serious job offer from one of the major soccer leagues in Europe, obviously Chelsea and the Premier is one of those.
"He could certainly consider those ideas [a move to Chelsea]."
When asked whether he thought Rijkaard would be daunted by the regular changing of manager at Stamford Bridge, Overeem added: "I don't think Frank will be scared of those statistics.
"He would just think of himself as maybe the one candidate who can stay their longer than the other coaches."
I dont think Rijkaard would be the correct appointment for Chelsea at this moment in time. I was never overly impressed with his performance at Barcelona even though he did enjoy some success. He never truly made the team his own and performances dropped later in his tenure as the team aged. I think somebody like Zola would be a more suited coach maybe with Avram Grant in a director of football role. Zola would not only inspire the players who would respect him undoubtedly, but it would also satisfy the supporters to see a blues legend return to the Bridge.
Posted 10:56 10th February 2009
Have a feeling Chelski will go for a stop gap and then push for either O'neill or Moyes in the summer. They need a manager who is used to dealing with the premeirship and the british press,cannot see Rijkaard being any use, fergie would destroy him in a couple of well aimed comments.
Posted 10:37 10th February 2009
Scolari has been treated badly for sure, I know football is all about results yet the board of Chelsea must realise that there are just 11 players on the pitch at any one time. You cannot expect a Ronaldo or a Giggs or a Rooney having great days never to misfire, they have misfired in the past, yet Man Utd have done what, they have stuck with Ferguson and are unbelievably successful. I'm a Charlton lad and since Curbs left we have had a succession of managers, it has only gotten us relegated and this year will see us relegated again. OK, bring back Jose, I would like to see him back in the Premier League, I think it was a very bad move to get rid of him in the first place. You have to give managers time, and that is what is now a problem in English football.
Posted 10:03 10th February 2009
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