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Tomo

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  1. Chelsea v BATE Borisov

    Im going to this one, and i have so far never seen us either lose or concede from open play.
  2. 27. Andreas Christensen

    He deserved all the hype last year, his inclusion tightened up our defense big time, infact it was probably the most solid defensively we were for years at one point. We weren't to know he was going to so spectacularly lose the plot after his first mistake.
  3. 10. Eden Hazard

    If you see the full interview then you will see he didn't say it randomely, he was asked who he would like to play for again and if you look at the managers he's played for so far it was a given he would say Jose.
  4. 29. Álvaro Morata

    As strange as this sounds his missed chances is the one reason i haven't totally given up on Morata yet, to constantly get into those positions is a skill in itself and that's why i simply cannot put him on the same level as Torres, El Nino just stood static most of the time and we were basically playing with ten men and a stranger up top doing his own thing. How many times on average in say 5 games did Torres get a genuine chance of a goal? 3 maybe 4 at most, Morata beats that number in 20 minutes vs PAOK alone. As much as Morata frustrates me he doesn't come close to Torres in shitness in my opinion. As far as the bolded line goes, this might prove to be an unpopular opinion but we really missed a trick not going for Lacazette.
  5. 29. Álvaro Morata

    Not even close, i think some of you are forgetting just how bad Torres was!!!
  6. Doesn't really matter either way, he will never see the pitch under Sarri.
  7. 10. Eden Hazard

    If we keep Kovacic and Eden and find a solution up front i feel we have a serious shot at the CL. A lot of maybe's rn but we ain't a million miles away.
  8. 10. Eden Hazard

    The direction we head in, he has pissed two league titles here so i highly doubt getting a 3rd is a dealbreaker. Educated guess he wants to play for an attacking team and have a genuine chance of winning the CL, it's up to us to show him we can provide both.
  9. 8. Ross Barkley

    Why is this thread so quiet? If RLC ever plays half as good as Ross did yesterday his thread would explode.
  10. Josh McEachran

    He isn't an attacking mid, he plays deep, the few times i have seen Brentford he never entered the final 3rd outside set pieces.
  11. 28. César Azpilicueta

    That's a mild way of putting it. https://www.skybluestalk.co.uk/threads/player-ratings.91841/ I haven't seen such a sheer amount of negative reviews on any of our loanees since PVA and Bruma went to Leicester.
  12. 6. Danny Drinkwater

    Chalobah while a top guy is a bang average player, even more so than Drinkwater, he couldn't get a look in at Napoli or even Burnley, if he was owned by another club and we signed him people on here would call him the new Papy. As for Ruben, Drinkwater is totally irrelevant to any discussion with him, they were fighting for different positions under Conte and the same is true under Sarri.
  13. 6. Danny Drinkwater

    Which talent did we give up to allow him to play 5 games?
  14. The fact he's been loaned out despite striker problems and a decent goalscoring record says everything to how crap an all round footballer he is. I don't know what the answer is but it definitely ain't Batshauyi.
  15. Mason Mount

    I think there's a higher chance of that if Derby don't go up, if they do Frank will almost certainly want Mason for his shot at the PL and unless he's given borderline contractul guarantee's of game time from Sarri he will almost certainly go back. In an ideal world they just miss out this season, Mason returns here to challenge the big three in midfield while we send Ampadu and maybe even CHO to Derby, they piss the league spend a season there in the PL then return at 20 ready for regular football at Chelsea. Thinking well ahead but yeah