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Everything posted by Spike

  1. Politics & Stuff

    Do you like Politcs? Yes? No? Could care less? Well in this grande topic we discuss politics. Here is a test for those curious. http://www.politicalcompass.org/test Don't take the test too seriously, and post your results if you want to. My results lean heavily towards Liberty and Communism/Socialism. The stupid image extension isn't allowed on Talk Chelsea. Keep things civil people.
  2. 3. Marcos Alonso

    An alumni of Real Madrid's outstanding youth academy and Chelsea's newest mam; Marcos Alonso. He only made one appearance for Real before buggering off to Bolton Wanderers. He stepped up and made thirty-five league appearances over three seasons before leaving for Fiorentina. No stranger to England, he was loaned out to Sunderland and made a further sixteen appearance in the Premier League. Welcome to the new fellow; hopefully he gives a better show than the last Fiorentina transfer.
  3. 34. Ola Aina

    Young English defender. His name is murmured in the tabloids lately.
  4. Antoine Griezmann

    AN ACTUAL PROPER WINGER. He has spent his entire career in Spain because for some reason those who work at the Clairefotaines in France hate white people or something (ask SeB). I don't know much about him but by the looks of things he actually stays out wide and hugs the touchline. It's like twenty years ago when wingers actually played on the wings. His crossing, pace and dribbling look classy. He is banned from playing for France because he went to a night club the night before training... Thoughts?
  5. Virgil Van Dijk

    Yeah, then they'll sell those players next season for 5* the price. Best scouts in England.
  6. Davinson Sanchez

    Not every player can be world-class though.
  7. Danny Drinkwater

    Because developing other team's young players is fucking retarded when Chelsea won't develop their own.
  8. Serge Aurier

    Ox... has done fuck-all with England and Arsenal and hasn't improved for half a decade. James Milner tier, can't decide if he is a shitty midfielder or a rubbish winger. Aurier, a little prick that fights with teammates and managers. Just another Diouf-esque moron that will amount to nothing.
  9. 9. Álvaro Morata

    It's a fucking number . One game and you lot are already talking about Torres? Have a word with yourselves, wake up, hit the showers, and get a sense of perspective. It's embarassing.
  10. Serge Aurier

    Spent most of his life in France though.
  11. Serge Aurier

    Make up your minds. First Costa is too much of an attitude problem, but Aurier is not? For fucks sake, try and not have double standards.
  12. Neymar

    I believe that is the rationale for Neymar's staff. However I think it's naive of them to think PSG would allow him to win the Balon d'Or. He isn't touching that trophy with Messi and Ronaldo still pounding away.Even then third place likes to go to a flavour of the month type.
  13. Diego Costa

    Atleti and Chelsea is nothing like West Ham and United. The former is purely coincidental if they ever play each other.
  14. Diego Costa

    The overreaction is equable.
  15. Alex Sandro

    None of that matters. The market dictates the price and due to inflation Sandro is worth that much; regardless of his talent or the relative price of Cafu and Roberto Carlos. The price exists within a vacuum, it doesn't matter if he performs at a certain level, that is price that the economy of European football has created. What separates the skill level of a 30m player and a 20m player? Nothing, because cost isn't indicative of talent or ability. There are too many factors to consider to simply compare Bonucci's transfer to a hypothetical Sandro transfer (or any other for that matter). Though, you are right about the assertion concerning the tabloids. This is naught but for views.
  16. Alex Sandro

    Then don't read it.
  17. Alex Sandro

    I'd take a pass on this. While he would bring the left-flank to a new level that amount of dosh shouldn't just be thrown around willy-nilly. The club has a competent LB at the moment, so their are other more pressing concerns.
  18. Danilo Luiz Da Silva

    Lampard was considered such as well.
  19. So instead of just reporting people, begging them to be banned, hating on people, bickering, etc. Just use the ignore feature. It saves everyone the trouble, people get to keep on posting and you don't have to deal with the people you hate. Of course, still report obvious rule breakers, like spammers, trolls, etc. but leave the average user alone and we'll have a far more prosperous and busy forum. Just go to settings -> ignored users -> punch in their names and they'll be gone.
  20. John Terry

    Good on him, he has plenty left to give and didn't have to step down to Chinese or American football.
  21. Kylian Mbappe

    Not really. Dozens of players have played for the big three, Juve, Inter, and Milan. Far more than any other league. Pirlo and Baggio for example.
  22. Politics & Stuff

    No way at all. I'd still be speaking English, in what universe was Germany liable to invade Australia and the USA?
  23. Politics & Stuff

    I think you mean Russia.
  24. Politics & Stuff

    Can't expect immigrant to assimilate when 3rd and 4th germination Europeans haven't. Too little too late.
  25. He is in his mid 30s and the Mexican league really isn't that bad. Europeans really do look down on Latin American football.