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Connor Brosnan said: "Put it this way...I wouldn't say no. Jose [Mourinho] or Pep [Guardiola] preferably, but RDM wouldn't be bad!"
Kunle Mikel Fayehun agreed with Connor, but added: "man management is key when dealing with chelsea. They have the top players, managing them is the big job!"
Any Chelsea fans out there that would like to see the Italian in charge permanently? I know it is a bit early in his reign, but still. Get in touch on Twitter via @GoalUK.
Well, at the age of 18, Rooney scored a hat-trick on his Champions League debut, solidified himself as a key player in a Premier League-winning Manchester United team, scoring 17 goals in all competitions.
I even had one person suggest he'll get as good as Thierry Henry. Personally, I don't think he'll ever be on Wayne Rooney's level, certainly not as much of a complete player as the Manchester United striker, but I guess time will tell!
However, Nick Valerio had to put a downer on things, saying: "[his potential is] Exaggerated. I don't believe you can compare players unless they play in the same position."
For what it is worth, I think I agree with Nick. He will be a brilliant player, no doubt, but Wayne Rooney will be marked down as an all-time England great, whereas I'm not so sure about 'The Ox', but he is still only 18. Plenty of time yet!
Kaycee Chibueze said: "he is already giving Walcot a run for his money and very soon, he'd be one of the hottest properties in football" and Temitayo Ajose said: "He's good no doubt."
But just how good do you think he could be? Get in touch on Twitter via @GoalUK.
But of course they'll be pushed all the way by the likes of Chelsea, Tottenham and others.
Let us know on Twitter, via @GoalUK.
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"Otherwise I'm sure we would have scored two or three more goals in the second half, but we put a performance in with fantastic spirit and restored some pride after the first leg.
"We had chances throughout and we can keep our winning run going, and that is important. Unfortunately we have paid the price for the bad first game."
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Tomas Rosicky and Robin van Persie all had solid games from where I was sitting, but what did Wayne Veysey think?
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On his thoughts at half-time: "I think we continue to play like that we have some opportunities in the second-half, Robin [van Persie] has one but he doesn't score. It's life but we want to come back in the Champions League because it's vert nice. We love to play a game like that."
He does believe there are positives though: "Everybody fight together and help his teammates so its very important to keep that, and we won against Liverpool. We have some difficult games but we want to be in the fourth place or maybe the third."
"Raul Meireles’ strike was a sight to behold and was a moment the midfielder looked relived to have scored and will boost both his confidence and his chances of some more first-team action.
"The hosts however should be proud of their efforts and certainly put up a fight, perhaps a little unlucky in the first-half not to have got a goal of their own, but a lack of clinical prowess in front of the net let them down in the end, with later efforts not finding their target when it could have been easier to test Petr Cech."