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Jason

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  1. Chelsea v Liverpool

    Chelsea vs Liverpool PRE/POST-MATCH DISCUSSION, LIVE CHAT AND ANALYSIS 2019/20 Premier League Match 6 22nd September, Sunday 2019 Stamford Bridge 16:30 Kick Off (UK time)
  2. Chelsea v Liverpool

    3 wins are still more than 1. We showed that we can compete with them in the Super Cup but we are so inconsistent - understandable given the circumstances - and it's hard to even predict or get a sense of what to expect, especially in games like this. I REALLY HATE UNCERTAINTIES!
  3. Chelsea v Liverpool

    Feeling confused over this fixture. On one hand, I'm expecting us to lose (we've only beaten Klopp's Liverpool once in the league) and probably lose heavily as well but on the other hand, I have a feeling we might sneak a result but not sure what to expect. 😵
  4. Chelsea v Liverpool

    Guess Emerson is fit for the match?
  5. Chelsea v Liverpool

    No CHO for this one.
  6. 24. Reece James

  7. Chelsea v Liverpool

    It'll be interesting to see what Lampard does when Mount has a dip in form.
  8. Thibaut Courtois

    In Courtois' case, F him! After the way he behaved and got his move to Madrid last year, he deserves every single shit that happens to him. He is not as good as he thinks he is! With Hazard, I don't blame him for wanting to fulfill his dream of joining Madrid but it's hard to not feel the delicious irony when he and Madrid are struggling.
  9. Super Frank Thread

    It remains to be seen if Loftus-Cheek can actually stay fit and play consecutive games. He has his back issues and isn't the most fit of players in terms of stamina and energy.
  10. Chelsea v Liverpool

    TBF, Klopp isn't the kind of manager - like Mourinho for example - who can't help but throw in digs here and there when talking about others. He's always been decent and fair. And just because he was being complimentary, doesn't it mean he doesn't see us as a rival. Not all rivals hate each other, they can still be respectful to one another. Moreover, if there's a manager who understands our situation more than most, it is Klopp. He built a young team at Dortmund all those years ago after all and had to deal with all the questions, criticism, inconsistencies etc, which he alluded to in his presser.
  11. 22. Christian Pulisic

  12. 11. Pedro Rodríguez

    http://www.chelseafc.com/news/latest-news/2015/08/pedro-signs-for-chelsea-.html
  13. Eden Hazard

    Think Hazard's time with the club is done. He decided to leave for a different challenge and we are moving in a different direction, looking to build something exciting for the long term. He's also not far away from turning 30 and god knows what kind of shape he will be in and how motivated he will be when he goes into his 30s. He certainly won't be a starter coming back here.
  14. Chelsea - Valencia

    Chelsea 0-1 Valencia PRE/POST-MATCH DISCUSSION, LIVE CHAT AND ANALYSIS 2019/20 Champions League Group Stage Matchday 1 17th Sept, Tuesday, 2019 Stamford Bridge 20:00 Kick Off (UK time)
  15. 5. Jorginho

    https://www.chelseafc.com/en/news/2018/7/14/jorginho-becomes-a-blue
  16. 19. Mason Mount

    So all that trusting the young players talk only applies to Mount, Abraham and Tomori then?
  17. 19. Mason Mount

    Using the experience factor in one scenario and then turn a blind eye on it in another sounds very contradicting.