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Mufassir08

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About Mufassir08

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    I can play in the pivot!!!!
  • Birthday 03/18/1996

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  • Location Karachi,Pakistan
  • Favourite Chelsea Player Eden Hazard
  • Fan Since 2007

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  1. 10. Eden Hazard

    That West Ham back flick
  2. 10. Eden Hazard

    Something to bring joy to your eyes during this dour international break
  3. Tiemoué Bakayoko

    I think you are underrating Tolisso's defensive contribution a bit but I do agree that Baka seems better of the two when it comes to the defensive side of the game but make no mistake, Tolisso is no Pirlo defensively. Also I agree that Tolisso is no playmaker but his distribution and range of passing is crispier, cleaner and more efficient than Baka. Maybe I need to watch more of Baka but whenever I have watched him, I haven't thought that 'Yeah, this guy is what we need in midfield'.
  4. Tiemoué Bakayoko

    They have different skillsets but they play the same roles, do they not? They both are essentially box to box mids, one is better in the defensive phase of the game and can make surging runs from deep once the game opens up and there is space to run into while Tolisso may not possess the same explosive running ability with the ball but has far more quality on the ball not to mention is much more of goal threat. Tolisso's shooting is also an asset.
  5. Tiemoué Bakayoko

    Tolisso to me seemed far more composed and incisive on the ball as compared to Bakayoko. I think the only thing Baka has over Tolisso is dribbling ability.
  6. Tiemoué Bakayoko

    His passing ability seems painfully average to me tbh. I'd much rather Tolisso or Strootman.
  7. General Transfer Talk

    Sergej Milinkovic-Savic of Lazio could certainly be an out of the box and an interesting option for the the midfield role. The guy has got the potential to be a one man midfield under someone like Conte.
  8. 10. Eden Hazard

    It would be fantastic if Eden could get a nice two weeks rest before the real shit starts boiling up.
  9. Kylian Mbappe

    Don't think the RF role would get the best out of him, Of course he would be able to play at a good level over there but he's at his lethal best either from the center or the left, most preferably center with the license to drift in and around.
  10. 10. Eden Hazard

    Is he travelling with the Belgium team?
  11. Bernardo Silva

    Don't you think his playmaking abilities coupled with his defensive work rate would compliment Kante better than Matic who is often quite ponderous and laborious on the ball?
  12. Bernardo Silva

    Do you think Strootman would be a good fit for our midfield?
  13. Bernardo Silva

    I for one was quite impressed by the work rate shown by Silva in both the legs against City, sure he was no Ramires on the wing but for a player with outstanding technical ability and creativity, his work rate was very impressive.
  14. 28. César Azpilicueta

    He seemed to struggle a bit in the one game he played at LCB this season in the fa cup. Could just have been a one off though.
  15. Kingsley Coman

    Is Telefoot a reliable source?