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nathangeorge99

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  1. Chelsea - Lille

    Ah ok. That might be the way they do it. It seems a bit inconsistent if they are the rules though
  2. Chelsea - Lille

    This was after 4-4 v Ajax (when we had a better head-to-head) and now - It doesn't make sense to me, but I might be missing something:
  3. Chelsea - Lille

    I assumed we'd still be top of the group even in this scenario. We beat Ajax 1-0 away, but they drew 4-4 with us at The Bridge, and were ahead of us afterwards, even though we had same points after that game. But now, we lost at home to Valencia but drew 2-2 there. If it's down to head-to-heads, surely we'd have been ahead of Ajax, but if it's away goals (like what happened when we went out in 12/13 group stage), surely we'd be ahead of them?
  4. After the 2008/09 season, Chelsea TV aired an end-of-season review with Gigi Salmon, Jason Candy and Scott Minto. At the time, I recorded it on VHS, but I've lost them. I contacted Chelsea TV themselves about this, and they told me to look up the archive section of the Chelsea TV website online. I can't find them online either. I know this is a long-shot, but I wondered if anyone recorded them, and still has them somewhere?
  5. Liverpool 2-0 Chelsea

    Taking off Loftus-Cheek, who’s been our best player, replacing him with an average midfielder is typical Sarri, and inexcusable. He is like the David Luiz of Managers, he’s always got an inexplicable decision in him...
  6. Chelsea 0-0 Man City

    Though I’m still #SarriOut, that was disgraceful from Kepa in undermining his so publically, and behaving like a petulant child. If Sarri is still there, he has to drop him for Spurs
  7. Chelsea 0-0 Man City

    Proud of the lads, whatever happens from here. This is all we can ask for from players and manager. But fuming with the officials. Let them play on, then consult VAR afterwards! And anyway, why do refs now forget the consensus of giving the benefit of doubt to the attacker?
  8. Chelsea 0-2 Man Utd

    So CHO is now 4th in the pecking order despite Willian and Pedro being off form for months, and 30+. Zola claims not many 18 year olds get as many chances as him. What do others get then, stadium ban?! Undoubtedly a club legend, but that’s truly a ridiculous remark
  9. Malmo 1-2 Chelsea

    ‪Awful team selection. No matter what tonight’s result, the club has to prove to CHO and others in the academy that they do have a chance by sacking Sarri. He says CHO has great potential, but picks two out-of-form 30 year olds week after week - Actions speak louder than words 🤬🤬🤬
  10. Next Manager?

    Was my dream appointment last year, and nothing has changed. His track record speaks for itself (you don't win a hat-trick of UCL's as a manager unless you are a very good one), and his sheer status could attract more world-class players to our club, providing, of course, Marina is willing and capable of going out and getting them.
  11. Sarri But Not Sarri Thread

    Don’t know how long it will take, but do feel like this could be the beginning of the end for Sarri. What does he expect when he plays his two best players out of position, and how does he think that he can motivate players if, (like Alonso, Willian and Pedro, they know they will keep getting in the team week after week if they are horribly out of form. And then, how can he motivate young players like Loftus-Cheek and Hudson-Odoi must feel like no matter what they do, they will never get a proper chance? Publically criticising the players never seems to end well for managers at The Bridge. The next seven days will be really important for Sarri now. It will be really interesting to see what team he picks against Tottenham given all the widespread criticism of that recently. If we do go out on Thursday night (and play like we played against them and Arsenal in the league), Sarri should be worried given Roman’s reputation.
  12. Arsenal 2-0 Chelsea

    Pundits annoy me anywhere, but especially when we’re losing. BT making out we’ve been playing well this half - there’s. A big difference between playing well, and simply having more possession 🤬🤬 Anyway Absolutely discraseful from Sarri so far. Not starting an 18 year old in favour of two out-of-Form wingers in their 30s, and playing arguably the best player in the league consistently out of position, even though your eyes surely must tell you it doesn’t work. You must get not quite have the striker you want quite yet, but when you do have a competent target man, in Giroud, USE HIM. No shots on target so far today, yet we’re bringing in another midfielder, and not a striker...
  13. Callum Wilson

    Thoughts on this? https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/chelsea-ready-up-interest-callum-13560363.amp
  14. Next Manager?

    Some other media outlets seem to think Enrique is on the brink of being confirmed https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.sport-english.com/en/amp/news/barca/rewind-luis-enrique-close-to-chelsea-move-again-6850188
  15. Next Manager?

    Going by statistics, the only available manager who’s had some degree of success at every club he’s managed is Ancelotti. Could be an attractive option for potential transfer target, if we combined him with somehow getting top 4 next season. What would you think of him coming, compared to someone like Allegri or Tuchel?