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quickpassnmove

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About quickpassnmove

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    Combative center mid.
  • 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. The Conte Thread

    I think the next challenge is finding two strikers for next season, plus more for CM, WB and maybe a centre back. Gary Neville has a point about keeping the players motivated, but I think having more quality and depth in the squad along with goalscoring will be the key because Conte and his staff seems to do well enough with training and motivation (Costa excepted).
  2. The Conte Thread

    What needs to be said about Antonio's work at CFC so far has likely been said all evening yesterday. I just want to say that I cannot state with enough gratitude how wonderful it is to have Antonio as our manager after what we've seen at our club during the past decade. I would really like to see our club now make good buys in the transfer window and give Antonio the further support he needs to stay at CFC and be successful across competitions for years to come. We are privileged to have a manager who was a centre midfielder at a top European club, who knows every angle of the game, every inch of grass and sees space, deficiencies, opportunities very clearly --like an astute all-around footballer with a good tactical brain. One other note: the side we had 12 years ago was certainly better than the current squad, but Antonio made the most of this squad with the formation he chose, his planning of training sessions and attention to his players. I am so happy for Antonio and CFC. Long may Antonio reign here!
  3. Alvaro Morata

    Choose the striker that finishes more competently and who might develop a little bit of deception or elusiveness. Lukaku and Morata can improve, but I doubt Lukaku every becomes elusive or deceptive. Belotti... might be greater. Patrik Schick looks an interesting one also; so cool and accurate with his shots.
  4. 3. Marcos Alonso

    Traore and Rafael on a relegation side? We still need a baller with speed as an alternative there while we aspire to much greater than beating mediocre Premier League sides. Good game from him nonetheless.
  5. General Transfer Talk

    that was partially my jab at Arsenal, but on Blackburn: I wasn't watching the Prem at that time due to not having access in the U.S. --but I knew about Alan Shearer (despite England failing to qualify for the '94 tournament in the U.S.).
  6. General Transfer Talk

    Blackburn, Leicester, Arsenal?
  7. 19. Diego Costa

    I'll take Morata over Lukaku. Of course, there are 3 to 5 other strikers on the mainland worth considering too.
  8. Everton 0-3 Chelsea

    Good win. I didn't see a CF on that pitch worth a **** though.
  9. Hi from the sunny Midlands PG

    "always look on the bright side..." welcome.
  10. Chelsea 4-2 Southampton

    Hazard the most dangerous player who does shoot enough. Cahill, Kante, Hazard, Costa lead us to victory. Now it looks like a tough fixture list for Spurs. Maybe me and David Luiz were wrong. WBA and Everton away for us, a lot more challenging for Spurs IMO.
  11. General Transfer Talk

    There's not really any basis for talk about Kenedy's play or improvement though, is there? Continuity player? How about getting match minutes before we talk about what he is or is not? I am speaking purely from an attacking point of view and athletic point of view (pace, strength), Kenedy would need to improve defensively and the rest is all about getting some time on the pitch. Maybe we just sell him after all.
  12. General Transfer Talk

    Respect yes, but I'm not talking to him nor any of his teammates or friends/family on this forum. Good solder, but Chelsea are concerned about the next level (we would hope).
  13. General Transfer Talk

    No, but I mean IMHO, those two positions (or three, perhaps, if you count FB, CM and WB) are where the most well-rounded footballers typically exist. Is the all-rounder more rare nowadays?
  14. General Transfer Talk

    Been a problem at Chelsea for a long time, for sure. Let's hope the problem is solved soon for the sake of our future and Conte at CFC (and for the sake of keeping and supporting Eden). I knew Alonso was never a solution; in fact, IDK how much use he is as a backup to be perfectly honest. If Kenedy becomes a good defender, he's a more viable backup.
  15. General Transfer Talk

    Sounds almost right. Of course, I'm guessing that you're one who would rather have a player like a Belotti or Mbappe? fullbacks and wingbacks are a such premium right now and maybe getting one top-notch WB/FB seems like a big task for any club. Does it seem like the all-around footballer who plays well at FB or CM is more rare nowadays?