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About Mufassir08

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

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

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  1. Álvaro Morata

    TBF he played really well yesterday. Held the ball well, linked up nicely and made some good passes. The only thing missing was a goal.
  2. Willian

    Don't think its legit.
  3. Thibaut Courtois

    Even though the CBs of Belgium were fantastic against Brazil, the real star at the back was no doubt Courtois. Haven't seen this Courtois for a while now for Chelsea.
  4. Eden Hazard

    Nearly untouchable tonight. Had a bit of wobble during the middle stages of the second half and towards the end there was no getting the ball off him without hearing the ref's whistle.
  5. Next Manager?

    Absolutely! Ever since Marina has been tasked with handling transfer negotiations, every single transfer feels like a saga and the worst part is that we always come out on the losing side. Strictly speaking in terms of player acquisition of course.
  6. Next Manager?

    The torture is real my friend.
  7. Álvaro Morata

    The way the board has been acting for the past few summers, do you really think challenging for the league is an objective anymore? Doesn't seem that way to me.
  8. Eden Hazard

    Can't read it... Is there anyway you could paste the text over here please?
  9. Daniele Rugani

    I'm afraid that a pairing of Christensen and Rugani might struggle against the more physical forwards as both players are essentially of the same kind with very similar strengths and weaknesses.
  10. Ruben Loftus-Cheek

    And probably for us next season too especially if we don't add midfield reinforcements during the summer.
  11. Next Manager?

    Hazard in midfield would leave us quite unbalanced I would say. Let me propose this Courtois Azpi-Christensen-Rudiger-Emerson Kante-Diawara/Meyer/Jorginho-Barkley Fekir-Icardi-Hazard
  12. Nabil Fekir

    While I absolutely love Fekir as a player, I don't think he fits into our side. He'd fit into our current 3-4-3 or 3-5-2 (albeit at the expense of Eden) like a glove but the thing is that can't see us continuing with a 3 man backline next season. The kind of names we are linked with seldom play with a 3 at the back formation which leaves us with the standard 4-3-3 formation deployed by Sarri or the 4-4-2 or 4-2-3-1 deployed by Jardim. Don't personally think we will hire Enrique thankfully. So in a 4-3-3, Fekir will have a hard time fitting in as he is a classic second striker/ No#10. You could argue that he can be played in a midfield three but I don't think that gets the best out of him. In a 4-4-2 or 4-2-3-1, Fekir will be in direct competition with Eden unless Eden goes back to the left wing which I don't think he should as he seems to have lost a burst of acceleration which made him so deadly on the wing. Maybe the No#10/second striker role is the future for Eden. Due to this, I think Fekir might create a headache for our next manager if we sign him (which we are never going to lol) as he is nowhere near as effective on the wing or in midfield. I propose that we go after Thauvin, Yeah I know he flopped at Newcastle but he has arguably been the second or third best player in the French league this season and is a winger very much in the Robben mold with good workrate. He brings the kind of stuff our team has been missing lately.
  13. Álvaro Morata

    Icardi has a nice little 97m release clause in his contract. He has got that killer mentality in spades as well whilst not being technically as good as Alvaro.
  14. 19. Mason Mount

    Trent Alexander-Arnold has had his breakthrough season at Liverpool and he never even went out on loan once!
  15. Nabil Fekir

    So Chelsea once again came to the party too late apparently, this has become the theme of our transfer business under Marina along with signing Everton level players. Anyway, another great signing for Liverpool if reports are to be believed. Fekir is an immense player.