RA = Roman Abramovic
DW = Delroy Wilberhand
J = Journalist
RA: Hello and welcome to a Chelsea press conference, you all will be wondering why I called you here on so short notice, but I have decided on the new manager for the season.
Ambramovic with out of the Blues press conference
*An unknown manager walks towards the chair next to Abramovic and sits down*
RA: This is Delroy Wilberhand, you probally would not of heard of him, but he is a young one. He played for England U-21s when he was playing football and has decided to take up management. Luckily for him, I had a job for him.
DW: Hello, I am Mr. Wilberhand, but call me Del. I would just like to start with thanking Abramovic for trusting me with this position.
*press go crazy asking questions*
(The ingame press conference)
J: Hello Del, Im David McKeown from sportinglife.com, How involoved do you intend to be in the day-to-day running of the club?
DW: I'm going to be involved as much as time allows me to.
J: Lee Critchley from World Soccer Magazine, While some managers are famous for their hands-on approach, others maintain a more reserved manner with their players. How do you see your management style?
DW: I think clubs work best when players feel valued as people as well as footballers.
J: David McKeown from sportinglife.com again, You stand here today unveiled as the new Chelsea manager. As a big fan of the club, surely this must be a dream come true?
DW: I cannot stop smiliing, this is a wonderful feeling.
J: Pat Francis from Sky Sports News, What would you say is your tactical approach to the game?
DW: Football is about entertainment and that is what I promise the Chelsea fans.
J: Richard Austin, The Sunday Mirror, What can we expect from you in the transfer market? Are you looking to splash the cash or are you more of a bargain hunter?
DW: I am only looking to sign the very best players possible.
J: Robin Swain, MirrorFootball.co.uk, As far as your backroom staff go, will you be bringing in your own people or will the likes of Matt Birnie and Christopher Lillichon be staying at the club?
DW: I need to talk to the staff here, understand what they do and how they do it. Then we will see.
J: David McKeown again, On the off-chance that any agents read your comments today, is there a particular area of the squad which you are looking to strengthen in the near future?
J: Dean York from Football365.com, You have taken charge when it is widely expected that Fernando Torres will leave the club. Can you hold onto him? Do you want to?
DW: Fernando will be moving on as soon as possible...*mutters under breath*...because he is rubbish...
J: Pat Francis, Sky Sports News again, The expectations of a team of Chelsea's stature are enormous. Do you feel that you will be able to continue their tradition of success?
DW: I think that has to be the target at a club like this.
RA: Thank you press for coming at such short notice.
Thanks for reading guys - Next update will be tommorow or tonight, depends how I feel!