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  1. 6. Nathan Aké

    I like how everyone ignored this car cash of a post
  2. Charlie Colkett

  3. Jay Dasilva

    Same manager who was in charge of Dons when Bamford and Baker were there, who both did well. Some on twitter are saying he'll be playing left wing to replace Lookman who's getting linked with a lot of clubs.
  4. Kasey Palmer

    Palmer low-key doing pretty well so far in his debut season
  5. Charlie Colkett

  6. 29. Nathaniel Chalobah

    http://weaintgotnohistory.sbnation.com/2016/12/4/13835868/nathaniel-chalobah-conte-chelsea-youthhttp://www.umaxit.com/index.php/columns/chelseas-nathaniel-chalobah-has-the-england-captaincy-in-his-future(ignore the hyperbolic title of second link, still a good and informed read)
  7. Andreas Christensen

    Rugani doesn't get a lot of playing time at all but I guess the flip side of that is lesrnibg and training constantly with BBC.
  8. Lewis Baker

    I see him as = to Siggurdson right now, not only in style but potentially in the set up he needs to perform best in - with team built around him.
  9. Jeremie Boga

    https://streamable.com/3egp finally starting games again and a nice assist for Perriera here. David Cartlidge ‏@davidjaca 3h3 hours agoJérémie Boga outstanding for Granada today. The player who has really took the game to Sevilla... #CFC
  10. 29. Nathaniel Chalobah

    Worked his way into match day squad, not just on pitch but I reckon in training he's been bossing it too. Impressive. He could well be making ~20 appaearances at least this season, I guess on face of it it's not that much but I was so worried he'd just have another wasted season here maybe only making the odd sub appearance in early round cup games. Delighted for him.
  11. Islam Feruz

    Feruz added: “I’m not going into every detail, but if I could turn the clock back I would definitely have stayed at Celtic for longer. “Listen, I had my head turned at 15 years of age. I didn’t realise there was money involved in football. I just played football for the love of the game. “There is no doubting my ability as a footballer. I’m only 21. What I have to do is show everyone I have matured. “There are many things in my life I’d do differently. Yes, I’ve done things I’m not proud of.
  12. Andreas Christensen

    What do people think on his build, does he struggle with more physical forwards? I ask as I haven't seen him play at Mochengladbach until their game against City and he genuinely looks the same build as when he was in reserves, he's one of the most skinny CB's I've seen. Not criticising and certainly not part of the PL brigade who thinks every layer has to be an adonis to succeed here but it's just rare to see a CB of his build, wanna know how he works round it. Or maybe he's just deceptively strong.
  13. 29. Nathaniel Chalobah

    Finally made his debut
  14. Kevin de Bruyne

    I think he's quite unique, KDB. One player I would liken him to is mid 2000s Gerrard, when he had a bit more pace.
  15. Jeremie Boga

    Jeremie Boga and Granada: A Loan Match Made in Heaven for the Chelsea Youngster bleacherreport.com/articles/26619… via @bleacherreport