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DaddysHobby

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About DaddysHobby

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  • Birthday 01/01/1990

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  1. Thibaut Courtois

  2. Kevin de Bruyne

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2016/04/15/kevin-de-bruyne-i-left-chelsea-because-jose-mourinho-was-not-fai/
  3. Diego Costa

    He's been looking for a way out since his first winter ... hardly scored a goal between the moment he received a three-match ban for stamping on Emre Can early 2015. and Hiddink settling in / putting a halt to Mourinho's trainwreck of a season.
  4. Romelu Lukaku

  5. Romelu Lukaku

    That's your most absurd statement to date ... you clealy have no mates.
  6. Kevin de Bruyne

    Chelsea’s Piet de Visser reveals anger at Jose Mourinho over Kevin De Bruyne sale
  7. Thibaut Courtois

    kLeif ... there's your 1k back.
  8. Thibaut Courtois

    When Courtois was about to reach the milestone of 100 clean sheets I stumbled upon an amazing comparison ... Cech only had 37 clean sheets before the age of 23, Neuer 60, Buffon 62 and Casillas comes closest with 71 clean sheets before the age of 23 ... the least you can say about Courtois is that he's ahead of the curve (well over 100 clean sheets before the age of 23 ... 3x as many as Cech).
  9. Charly Musonda Jr.

    Yes, Wilmots's solidity fetish is annoying ... expecting it to be reflected in his squad selection ... then the best Musonda and Praet can hope for is being included on the stand-by list. De Bruyne, Dembele, Fellaini, Nainggolan and Witsel are all nailed on ... Wilmots probably remains loyal to Chadli ... and is less likely to call up one of Defour, Kums or even Imbula (if he's eligible). To complete the squad: 3 GKs, 8 defenders ... Hazard, Mertens, Carrasco, Origi, Lukaku and Batshuayi (unless Benteke shows any sort of form) ... the likes of Mirallas, Bakkali, Musonda Jr., Januzaj, Lestienne, Imbula, Kums, Defour, Dendoncker, Praet, Tielemans, et al. will face tough competition and some have almost no chance (e.g. Januzaj having refused Scifo's call-up).
  10. Charly Musonda Jr.

    It's true that many have been blooded in at a very young age, yet it also has become harder to get a look in with every young talent that has been added. I'm guessing that Musonda's chances to make his debut as a full international at EURO2016 are limited.
  11. Thibaut Courtois

    Well over 100 clean sheets before the age of 23 ... yet you claim that Courtois isn't a clean sheet GK.
  12. Romelu Lukaku

    Come on Costa is doing well considering he was born in the 70's. I mean he has already scored 1 goal against mighty Maccabi ... last season he couldn't even score a single goal ... against the likes of Sporting, S04 and Maribor. Costa is hitting the form of his life ... since his suspension in January he has scored 5 goals on top of the 1 against mighty Maccabi ... 6 goals in roughly 10 months is a great return for a 37yo relegation striker.
  13. Romelu Lukaku

    @KDB http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/kevin-de-bruyne-interview-i-ll-fight-for-chance-at-chelsea-8845258.html
  14. Romelu Lukaku

    You're welcome :tophat: