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  1. Everton - Chelsea

    How the fuck people are saying we didn't play well today? Massive performance, HUGE win and fucking GETTT INNNN THERREEEE!!!!!
  2. The English Football Thread

    I really hope that if the gap will be down to just one point (which can happen), we will react the same way we did in our last defeats. I am pretty sure Conte will play firstly not to lose against Everton because we just can't afford it, psychologically wise. The other games we can win. Surely no Fabregas this time and maybe even Willian for Pedro to help the defence. This is a huge game, probably the biggest we have left. Win this and we are champions I think.
  3. Chelsea 4-2 Southampton

    Good game, again so very clinical in front of goal. We put it to bed pretty quickly this time, could of been much more problematic for us, this one. Cesc was great and is having a very good season overall. I love it how he fights for his place, this is the difference between a player that has won everything and someone like De Bruyne, attitude is everything. We are really lucky to have him and Willian coming from the bench and providing the goods. No team in the league has this kind of privilege and of course Conte deserves credit for that too. Thought Luiz was good as well. We definitely need to improve our defending from crosses but that said, the ones we conceded from Spurs were world class crosses and finishes. We need to stop the crosses before they come in, I don't know why but when we defend we are too narrow, unlike when we attack. We need Moses and Alonso to be closer to the attackers. It is definitely our weakest point. And that goal from Diego - absoulte class! Can watch it over and over!
  4. Chelsea 4-2 Southampton

    How do you even agree to keep this kind of posts here? So tired of reading your comments, you are a disgrace for Chelsea fans, the kind of plastic other fans are mocking us for.
  5. Chelsea 4-2 Spurs

    We need our leaders to step up. Antonio is great but not enough, I expect players such as Hazard, Luiz, Cahill, Cesc and of course JT to step up and be the leaders of this team, if not by example so by motivation. We have to be fired up for this one, this is too huge for us to cave in like we did at OT. I really hope that come Saturday we will see a group of warriors out there and not the bunch of cowards we saw at United. I emphasise the fact that we can lose, but not like yesterday. Spurs are in top notch form and smell blood, but we are Chelsea and they have another thing coming if they think they can do us like the last time we met.
  6. The Conte Thread

    We can and should criticize Conte for yesterday but we also need to look at things in perspective. He is the best thing that happened to this club since we signed Hazard, we need to be thankful and remember that at the start of the season you wouldn't dream of this position we are in. This season is a big success on our behalf and even if we flunk the title (which will be very painful of course) it will not be the end of the world, I think next season we will be much better anyway. That said, I don't really think we will collapse from yesterday's loss. This Conte team is reacting well to defeats and we have seen it several times this season, also, we basically win the games we should so you kind of know what to expect. No need to panic, not yet at least.
  7. 4. Cesc Fàbregas

    Actually, after another so so attempt by Cesc to deliver a free kick yesterday, I remembered Frank Lampard. With all the traptechniek discussion above, I can't reminisce over this player, one of the best midfielders of his generation. Had it all.
  8. 19. Diego Costa

    Can't understand what's all the fuss about, and I really don't see a point comparing goal records with the likes of Lukaku and Kane (a discussion that went on here a few pages ago). You need to understand that it's very different playing for Everton or Spurs compared to being the leading striker of a team like Chelsea. So maybe Costa isn't playing like Sanchez or Kane, but if he scores 20 goals or so in a season and it helps us to a title (which we already know is sufficient) then I don't care if he is not in the top five of the leading goalscorers in the league. Don't know how about you, but I've been craving for such a consistent striker after the downfall of Drogba which was not long after the Double. I think we need to be very happy that we have him and we shouldn't look at the neighbour's lawn and wonder if it is indeed greener. He is playing like a non league striker for the last 3 months and we still have a 10 points lead and we are in the semi final of the FA cup. I really can't see how people compare him with Torres or Shevchenko. I would love to have someone like Aguero/Sanchez/Lewa up front instead of him but I really can't see it happening any time soon. For now, I am actually pretty OK with having him as our leading striker, but I do agree he is not good enough for us to become world beaters. Anyhow, I will love having a season like this one every term, even if we are not THE best.
  9. Chelsea 1-0 Man United

    Disgraceful the lot that chanted "fuck off" to the best manager in the history of the club. Pathetic.
  10. 10. Eden Hazard

    I agree with you partly but if you are referring to me with the second part of the post then you probably didn't read mine. I said it was a problem because some people are portraying Hazard as a world-class, elite and complete player, and for me, if he will continue to score 10-15 goals in a season and won't carry us in the CL, well, then he will never be this kind of player. I'm not saying that what he brings to our game is questionable, I'm saying that if he wants to be the best, this is not enough. I'm not putting him in bad light, just pointing out the truth. You need to understand the difference, I really can't emphasize it enough. I watched Hazard play football for the last 4 years and I have never seen him been so direct as Neymar was in that game (maybe except the second half against Spurs last year when he came on with fire in his eyes). Overall, the Brazilian had a really scrubby game up until the last minutes, but who will remember that? But if Eden has a quiet game you will probably forget he is on the pitch until the final whistle, that is the difference.
  11. 10. Eden Hazard

    I don't like comparing players but ability wise, I would say that maybe the only one who is better than Hazard in the world is Messi. But the thing is that Hazard's problem is that he is not a direct player. He's a world class dribbler and he almost never loses the ball, but that's because he doesn't take risks, he only shoots when he has a 90% chance to score, he would have never crossed the ball like Neymar did yesterday for the 6th goal, he would just pass it to Moses to retain possession. I love watching him play and I really think we are lucky to have such an amazing and talented footballer, but if you ask me, I would prefer someone like Bale or Neymar - Players with "chutzpah".
  12. Chelsea 3-1 Swansea

    Reading the last few pages was nothing but embarrassing. Thank god that there are some sensible supporters here, because some of the people here make the forum look like redcafe... Great performance, looked very much like the ones we had against Everton and Man U, just weren't clinical enough in front of goal today. Every player knows exactly what he is doing, fantastic pressure and just overall intelligent and well trained football. And yes, even though some players are not at their best (they are not robots ffs!), most of the team plays exceptionally well and we are getting the results. What more do you want? Furthermore, for me, people who criticize Hazard today do not possess the minimum amount of knowledge in football.
  13. 15. Victor Moses

    What the hell are you talking about? He was not bad at all yesterday, actually, he had a better game than the likes of Hazard and Costa. Can't understand the criticism he is given, maybe he is not the best player in the world but his work rate and desire are sublime, and even though he cost us against Spurs as some of you mentioned (maybe the only game he actually costed us points), don't forget who scored the winning goal against them at the bridge and who is responsible for so many good results this season. I really like Moses, it's players like him, Alonso, Azpilicueta and Kante we should be thanking for this season, the engines of the team, the ones who are not equipped with the best technical attributes, but make this formation possible for us to play. I can say another thing - don't think he is going to be substituted that quickly next season also. I don't know many players who can come in this side and offer something superior to what he has shown this season.
  14. Burnley 1-1 Chelsea

    Tough game, tough conditions and great defensive performance by them, almost no mistakes from their side throughout. I don't blame the team because this game was not going to be won without some miracle from Hazard who had an off day or a long distance shot. We can't win them all, chill out. This place is always over-dramatic after we lose points, you can mistake us for a team who fights for relegation from some comments here.
  15. Burnley 1-1 Chelsea

    Who remembers this fixture two and a half years ago? Some of the best football we played, Diego's first goal and THAT assist by Fabregas... Amazing how much water flowed under the bridge since then and still it feels like it was yesterday. It's a difficult place to visit but our strength this season is the ability to beat those teams, even if by a one goal margin, I will surely be happy with that. Most importantly - start Cesc, and who knows, maybe we'll see another cracker from him. C'mon Chels!