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  1. 5. Jorginho

    That is the most misleading stat bandied about. To add a little context, Jorginho intercepts the ball sometimes but in order to do this he runs around like a headless chicken and leaves acres of space in the midfield. He makes a few interceptions by doing this but when the opposition get by him easily (this happens far, far more often than a Jorginho interception) they have the entire midfield to run into. And of course Joringho has zero recovery pace so he leaves the team in a vulnerable position by gambling as often as he does. Jorginho has to try and win the ball early, well before the opposition can get turned because when they do he stands no chance of blocking or stopping anybody. If anybody squares him up they get by him 99.9% of the time. We have to sell him this summer and for his sake he needs to go back to Italy. This league is not for him and we're not going to improve as long as he is in our first 11.
  2. Super Frank Thread

    Lampard (and his staff) clearly cannot coach the team to be organised and solid off the ball. Yes we have bad defenders etc but the lack of good coaching only compounds the problem. He chops and changes the defenders and formation because he is merely gambling and hoping something works. He sticks with something until it fails and then he's on to the next formation and CB pairing until that fails and so on. It is rubbish management and I have seen right through his actions.
  3. Hakim Ziyech

    He won't face competition for #10 from anyone. Ziyech is a different league to anybody currently on our books. Mount is OK but please, there'll be no competition for Ziyech's place in the team.
  4. 19. Mason Mount

    Very harsh on Tammy and Reece James. They are a different level to the likes of Mount and Odoi.
  5. 5. Jorginho

    The most overrated passer of this generation. The king of the lofted through ball that is under hit and easily cut out.
  6. 19. Mason Mount

    You always have to be weary of an 'attacking player' who does his best work off the ball. Sure, he can press and be a good option for tactical reasons in certain games (Tottenham away for example). But there's hardly any quality or imagination from Mount in the final third. He rarely makes the the right pass; sometimes he doesn't even see the pass which is even worse. The problem now isn't that he's playing games - it's the untouchable status he has when, clearly, the quality to deserve such status isn't there.
  7. Conor Gallagher

    Why not keep him and get rid of Barkley.
  8. Chelsea's Transfer Targets

    I'm watching Ake right now and he doesn't look like a 40m player.
  9. 4. Andreas Christensen

    I like Christensen but he really does seem both mentally and physically weak. For the position he plays that's a killer combination. He should go back to Germany as that league really suited him.
  10. 22. Christian Pulisic

    I mean, it's not like he was setting the league on fire.0 goal contributions for god knows how long.
  11. 22. Christian Pulisic

    It has been a case of back to reality after a few good games for Pulisic. He loses possession far too much to ever be a top player in my honest opinion. He can and will look good in brief moments but he really should be a squad player at best.
  12. 10. Willian

    A truly average player as we all know but Lampard loves him and will ensure he gets a minimum of 2 years on his new deal. The nightmare isn't going to end any time soon.
  13. 1. Kepa Arrizabalaga

    Whilst maybe true, it can also be said that no team will ever be any good if their goalkeeper is as bad as Kepa.
  14. 28. César Azpilicueta

    Yep. Azpi's idea of being a leader is making generic statements to the media and twitter. He is crap captain and is now a crap player too.
  15. 4. Andreas Christensen

    Too weak and soft to ever be a good CB.