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About Blue-in-me-Veins

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  • Gender Male
  • Location New Jersey
  • Favourite Chelsea Player Eden Hazard
  • Fan Since Not Telling
  • Memory Back to Back EPL champs
    Lamps Penaltty vs Liverpool in 2008 UCL
    UCL Champs 2012
    And everything in between

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  1. Who will be the next Chelsea manager?

    Ding Ding Ding. This is exactly how I and quite a number of CFC fans I know feel like. Being defensively solid + countering to devastating effecg is what’s won us trophies under the Roman Era. But going through a season like this one... where I and many others feel it has been such long-tedious chore just to watch us “play” football—it has a very short life cycle when it isn’t guaranteeing Top 3/4 finishes and no UCL Qtrs. And like you said, with Pep pulling a madness for the foreseeable future, why not hire a true project-based/attack-minded manager that may bring a fresh perspective to the club.
  2. Who will be the next Chelsea manager?

    Which manager do you think CFC hire or keep (in that case) ? Because right now we’re complaining non existent attacking football. We’re looking at a team that has the worst xG attacking output of the top 6 sides & stale attacking automatisms that most clubs have sussed out. The options for CFC as it stands are: Keep Conte, hire Enrique or Tuchel. All managers have their tactical pros and cons. But it’s all about making the right managerial trade-offs that the club thinks will pay the most dividends in the future.
  3. Mauro Icardi

    I doubt Inter would sell but Icardi would be the perfect Chelsea striker.
  4. Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea

    Fully expect False 9 for 60mins, and then for Conte to try and go for it in the final 30mins.
  5. The Conte Thread

    Imagine being PSG and wanting Antonio Conte. Makes little to no sense for PSG imo.
  6. 6. Danny Drinkwater

    Yeah.. the people who authorized the signing of Drinkwater and Baka should be relieved of all duties concerning CFC. Such an appalling CM signing.
  7. The Conte Thread

    The feelings are mutual. Behind the jokes, man is legit worried about Top 4, Hazard/Courtois, Barcelona 2nd Leg, etc. These next few months are huge.
  8. The Conte Thread

    Antonio! Antonio! Antoniooooooooooo
  9. 10. Eden Hazard

    Eden Hazard FC. It was fun while it lasted.
  10. The Conte Thread

    This man is going to drive away Hazard and Courtois as his final parting gift to Chelsea. Roman cannot let that happen.
  11. Who will be the next Chelsea manager?

    CFC better stop spreading their legs for Luis Enrique & Luis Van Gaal and dump the truck for this man before Bayern change their minds.
  12. The Conte Thread

    Wake up Mr. Abramovich.
  13. Michy Batshuayi

    *Under this manager.*
  14. Christian Pulisic

    Not sure my heart could take this. But Pulisic & Bailey at the Bridge next season.... It would be all over. —Morata Pulisic—Hazard—Bailey The number of take-ons and dribbles attempted would be insane.
  15. Michy Batshuayi

    Badmon Batsman balling out for Borussia Dortmund. Batshuayi must love having 4/5 attackers surrounding him in the final third providing chances upon chances for him in the box. I'm so happy for him, tears in me eyes man.