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About BXL70

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  • Birthday 12/11/1970

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  1. The Board

    To boost revenues in the long-term, we would need a new stadium - when built it would translate into around additional 1million £ per game or 30£m per season (very approximately). Fairly significant anyway. But in the short to medium term, it would mean lack of large cash for transfers since cash will be partially used to pay back loans; as experienced by Arsenal and Spurs. And if it leads to missing champions league, it could turn out as a negative vicious circle. On the other hand, Stanford Bridge is dating, and supporters need better facilities, not to mention that demand for seats is larger than the current offer, which is frustrating for those wanting to attend games but can't do so. Maybe, one option is to start building the new stadium when we have a stable and competitive team for the next 3-5 years or so, leveraging our new talents from the academy, thereby requiring less cash to be invested into new expensive transfers. What we need now is 2/3 very experienced world-class players to strengthen the team. And then we are good. My guess is that this is the strategy of the Board. At least I hope so.
  2. 24. Reece James

    Come on guys, Reece James was pretty good during that game - check player ratings as case in point, and do not forget CHO is 19 and just back from serious injury. Be patient.
  3. Arsenal 1-2 Chelsea

    It could have been better. But we had ball possession and most important... we won! That was not a ripp-off. Lamps has made a crucial tactical change: credit to him. Some of lads are (very) young and need time to learn. Some are injured, like RLC. Maybe we are sometimes too emotional here. After all, we are in 4th position in the league after selling Hazard banned from any transfer. Looking forward, we have that transfer window to buy top-class experienced players. 2/3 would be enough. Come on CHELSEA!
  4. Spurs 0-2 Chelsea

    Yes, of course. Red Card.
  5. Spurs 0-2 Chelsea

    Should be red card for Son.
  6. Spurs 0-2 Chelsea

    F*** you Spuds. 0-2!
  7. Spurs 0-2 Chelsea

    Incredible from the goalkeeper. Red card. Straight. And Penalty!
  8. Spurs 0-2 Chelsea

    Can't stand these spuds. We are far better on the pitch.
  9. Spurs 0-2 Chelsea

    Alli should have been shown the red card. Period. B*/
  10. Spurs 0-2 Chelsea

    Same for Alonso.
  11. Spurs 0-2 Chelsea

    Mount is nowhere. Should not be on the pitch.
  12. Chelsea 2-1 Lille

    yeah 2 -nil. but tbh Pulisic is really good.
  13. Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Christensen and Zouma are not good enough. Weeks after weeks. Second goad was comical. We need to buy at least one TOP world-class and experienced defender in the January transfer window - if that's possible.
  14. Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    What a joke this third goal from Everton`; Kepa and especially Zouma at fault? Just unacceptable.
  15. Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    `we are not good.