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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. Serge Aurier

    He's only a new player at Spurs, but it looks like he lacks the ability to beat a defender and doesn't have good crossing technique. Mediocre. Mendy, on the other hand, would have been a hell of a LWB signing. Has everything it seems.
  2. I was thinking the same thing last week about Alvaro. Hopefully he gains grit and scores goals in the Premier League. Both of them are capable of scoring goals in every way possible, but we'll see how good Alvaro's long range shots are with time.
  3. Chelsea 6-0 Qarabag

    Nice win against a clearly inferior opponent. Not a ton of chemistry between Bats, Willian, and Pedro up top, Fabregas a poor first half passing. Positive: Zappacosta performance, Pedro goal, Kante performance, Christensen performance.
  4. Leicester 1-2 Chelsea

    This bald cunt ref is one of the 3 worst in the Premier League. Happy if we get this win.
  5. A player well worth watching on a Prem side that looks like a relegation contender.
  6. Politics & Stuff

    We have plenty of people in N. America and Europe like yourself right now can't make sense of the globalized post-industrial world. In your effort to make sense of the world, all roads lead to doom and persecution, and in this case it clearly doesn't matter that the item in question comes from a private company making decisions based upon sound marketing and merchandising. No doubt that we are due for a shift to the 21st century from the idiocy of the 20th and it may be tumultuous, but it doesn't mean the end for democratic ideals and Western values, including individualism and freedom from religious oppression. I may think that all right wing ideology and conservative ideology is moronic and destructive (Christian, Muslim, Hindu, and Jewish alike), but never forget that people like myself from the political left will also fight to defend your freedom from religious oppression.
  7. The Board

    The part of this that makes no sense to me (and I may be uninformed here) is that assuming there were always provisions for stadia upgrades under FFP rules, why is any club so concerned about budgeting for such upgrades? I thought that expansion would be rewarded if an owner of a club was fully capable of funding it regardless of actual club finances. I must be wrong about this.
  8. Deadline Day!

    Tolisso or Sandro would have made our window positive for just about every Chelsea fan, I think --Sandro moreso, obviously. Llorente to Spurs is the real kicker to round out a poor window from the Chelsea staff.
  9. Deadline Day!

    Agree. Musonda is a lightweight, springy player worth having in the squad. I hope he's given a chance.
  10. Deadline Day!

    "A solid window," says someone. Polishing a turd. Truly, everyone SHOULD be asking WTF Chelsea are suddenly so unattractive and/or poor negotiators. Let's recount the failed transfer plots: Sandro, Danilo, Lukaku, Barkley, Mendy (apparently), Llorente, Ox, Candreva (?)... and meanwhile someone like Matuidi goes to Juve for 18 mil. I'm happy that we got the players we did (Alvaro, Antonio, Tiemoue, David Zappacosta) and that we kept Andreas here as a defender, but the window is showing Chelsea to be a 2nd or 3rd tier club in European football now, and for the future. Maybe you can't sign everyone you need in one window, but I'm sure Chelsea could do better than this window.
  11. Deadline Day!

    Things started to look OK in July, but this window fizzled out really badly.
  12. would be a good signing. Pedro can play wingback. dunno what we're doing on a striker though.
  13. The Board

    At this rate, we ought to be thinking about the January window. end of window transfers for Chelsea: Llorente, Drinkwater, and ...some leftover defender.
  14. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

    and it's not-so-amusing how some people kneejerk-overuse the word "overrate." yeah, clearly it's poor judgment to commend Klopp and Liverpool for making the effort to build a solid squad despite continuing deficiencies.
  15. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

    Klopp is building a good squad up there despite the criticism. They need another centre back, but if I were a Liverpool fan, I would be encouraged by what's going on there.