Eight Chelsea Managers in nine years.
If Michele Platini has done his homework properly then the financial fair play rules that are due to make their bow in the 2013 season will put a stop to this madness.
Can you say "how much compensation!!"
Roman Ambramovich has had enough of seeing his train set being spoiled by necessary track improvements and instead of giving his controller time to negotiate the red lights he has decided to do what all spoilt kids do when things don't go their way and pull the plug in a fit of pique.
When he turns it back on will the trains run any better?
Thomas, Edward, Henry and James have decided they don't want to run under their own steam anymore if the fat controller keeps switching the tracks and they have stopped putting their heart into the job.
So the fat controller gets the boot once again and the trains keep running riot.
When will a fat controller come along that gets the full support of the owner and stops listening to the gripes of over indulged trains?
For Ambramovich his list of controllers reads like a who's who of elite management:
Four recent managers have had win rates over 60% - Avram Grant, Jose Mourinho, Gus Hiddink and Carlo Ancelotti.
Both Mourinho and Hiddink managed a win rate of 67% and 73% respectively. By comparison Sir Alex Ferguson's overall win rate is 59%.
When the FA looks at their "fit and proper persons" test how can they legislate for maniacal owners who keep chucking the chessboard across the room every time the situation looks dire?
Rafa Benitez is the 5/4 favourite in Sky Bet's Premier League manager betting market to be in charge of Chelsea for the first day of the 2012/13 season.
After a poor run of form, the Blues parted company with Andre Villas-Boas on Sunday and replaced him with assistant first-team coach Roberto Di Matteo until the end of the current campaign.
Former Liverpool boss Benitez is the early favourite to return to the Premier League in August, but Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho is a good sports bet at 4/1 to return to Stamford Bridge.
Interim boss Di Matteo is 5/1 to get the post on a regular basis, while Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola is 8/1 to move to west London.
Sky Bet PR Director Dale Tempest said: "Benitez is the early favourite, but there is a sense of unfinished business with Mourinho.
"He looks like he will win the Primera Liga with Real Madrid and he would surely be tempted to return to the club where he won nearly everything – apart from the Champions League."
He added: "The fans would surely want him back as Chelsea enjoyed their most successful period when he was at the helm."
Sky Bet's Manager Specials: http://www.skybet.com/betting/football/manager-specials/t10002896.html