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quickpassnmove

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About quickpassnmove

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  • Birthday 01/19/1978

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  • Bio I am a True Blue Original member CFC.
  • Gender Male
  • Location United States
  • Favourite Chelsea Player Ngolo Kante
  • Fan Since 2005
  • Memory First moment watching Didier Drogba in blue, Mourinho celebrating in/around technical area in 04/05 season.
  • Interests voice acting, solar power, electronic music, rock, ambient, 21st century technology, enterprise, various sport--mostly football, tomorrow's food, engineering, self-replicating nanobots, A.I.

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  1. Kenedy

    stupid that the club apologize. wrong PR move.
  2. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

    There's a general shortage of top-notch players for the wing back positions, so Ox is a good choice right now for this and number of other reasons. Ox may also improve when he comes to Chelsea and I don't see him being overrated at all; Arsenal fans just need something to feel good about, right?
  3. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

    buying Ox and Mendy/Sandro would make our squad look pretty damn strong. A little more depth in MF and attack and we would have a squad to rival Europe's best for the future, IMO.
  4. Alvaro Morata

    Do us all a favor and avoid discussing this underwhelming player on this forum. How nice it is that we have Fabregas and not him; we need not bring him up.
  5. The Conte Thread

    My post above was reply to someone else's post. I've already posted on the same personal conjecture at least once, hours ago. Scroll further up for one of my older posts, if that's so important.
  6. The Conte Thread

    I'm not listening to anyone on the web; just my own conjecture. The events on the last ~7 days' timeline tell their own story to an outsider.
  7. The Conte Thread

    While Chelsea got Morata, it is absolutely absurd that this house of clowns refused to sign the manager's first choice striker until the point where Mourinho and United scooped up Lukaku. You can believe what you wanna believe and I'm never certain, but there's a large part of me that is thanking the likes of Paul Pogba for the benefit of CFC getting CONTE'S CHOICE instead of "the club's choice" or whoever it is precisely that wanted Lukaku --WHOEVER IT WAS THAT INTENDED TO SIGN LUKAKU INSTEAD OF OUR OVER-ACHIEVING MANAGER'S CHOICE STRIKER. hmm...
  8. The Conte Thread

    Maybe because someone or some people relented after Lukaku signed at ManUtd and the door opened for Conte to get the striker he wanted instead of what someone else at the club wanted.
  9. The Conte Thread

    Hmmmm... Kanu on Emenalo: http://www.espn.co.uk/football/nigeria/story/3157665/michael-emenalo-is-most-influential-african-in-europesays-kanu
  10. Alvaro Morata

    James would have been a useless, overpriced cnut who cannot play effectively where we need new players, so forget him.
  11. Alvaro Morata

    Every Chelsea fan needs a "day's rest to recover."
  12. Alvaro Morata

    More like Emenalo had to step out the way (thanks to Mourinho/ManUtd taking Lukaku), then Conte agreed a new contract with pay rise, and we signed Conte's preferred striker.
  13. Alvaro Morata

    Well, just like everyone I'm feeling relieved and happy! Need those WBs, another CM, and another foward (RW/STR) and this window will likely look like an unparalleled success for this club! Congrats to Granovskaia (and maybe Emenalo??) and the club for making this happen!!! Happy day.
  14. Alvaro Morata

    from the the above Marca interview and post: "I am very happy, god willing, tomorrow I will be at Chelsea, a club that has always admired me," the 24-year-old told MARCA as he left the camp. His departure from the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu after returning from Juventus is all but confirmed, and so the striker is confident he won't one day be heading back to Real. "Again, I do not think I'm going back to Madrid, I find it difficult and for now it's not something that I am considering." he stated. "It was clear that the goal was to leave, it's been a fairly strange summer and until I pass the medical examination, I'm not going to be calm." Travelling to England offers a fresh new challenge for the Spain International who would have found it difficult to break into Zinedine Zidane's starting XI this upcoming campaign. "I hope that I do well at Chelsea," he added. "I'm going to grow up, if not I would not have gone." As for his coach, there are no hard feelings towards the Frenchman. "I told him thank you very much for everything and good luck for this year," said Morata.
  15. Alvaro Morata

    The kid has skills. Let's hope he hits the weight room and trains like a serious baller. Let's hope that Conte lights a fire under him for every match. I'm going to forget about the pricetag and any reservations about him and just be thankful that Conte is apparently getting a striker that HE WANTS. Probably no coincidence that Conte signed that contract just yesterday and now this is apparently happening. Somebody workin' overtime this week at CFC.