Why the Premier League would be better if Chelsea hired Jorge Sampaoli

The Premier League is overflowing with a diverse mix of managerial characters. There’s Manchester United’s notepad-clutching Louis van Gaal, insatiably pursuing his three tenets of possession, possession and possession; Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp gurns his way around the touchline; Claudio Ranieri leads Leicester with a knowing smile; Tottenham’s Mauricio Pochettino possesses the quiet, glazed expression of a man who could easily beat you up if necessary.

Soon Chelsea may add to this crazed assembly by appointing Jorge Sampaoli, the hard-staring, football-obsessed Argentine best known for his work in Chile.

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