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Jason

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  1. Everton v Chelsea

    Everton vs Chelsea PRE/POST-MATCH DISCUSSION, LIVE CHAT AND ANALYSIS 2016/17 Premier League Match 34 30th April, Sunday, 2017 Goodison Park 14:05 Kick Off (UK time)
  2. The English Football Thread

    Beat Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool. Drew/Lost against Southampton, Leicester, Spurs, Burnley. Nice going from Palace!
  3. The Mourinho Thread

    Mourinho's sides last 6 PL away games at Big Six: D 0-0 Arsenal L 0-3 Man City D 0-0 Spurs D 0-0 Liverpool L 0-4 Chelsea D 0-0 Man City
  4. Everton v Chelsea

    Only stated a possible outcome. Never said we'll definitely be in 2nd before kick off vs Boro, did I?
  5. Everton v Chelsea

    If the worst happens, we could well be in 2nd by the time we kick off against Boro.
  6. 10. Eden Hazard

    This. And I don't see what's changed all of a sudden when only recently Hazard said he's happy and settled with his family in London and the Belgian and even English media reported the same thing. I still have my doubts on Hazard staying in the long run but think he deserves more credit for his loyalty for the club.
  7. 22. Willian

    Willian was confirmed as a Chelsea player on 28 August, for a fee in the region of £32m, after Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich had reportedly contacted fellow Russian billionaire Kerimov personally. Clearly happy with the late change of destination, the Brazilian international commented "I'm very happy to be here, it's been a dream of mine to come and play here. Chelsea are one of the best clubs in the world, and now I'm going to play for one of the best managers in the world, so I'm very happy and looking forward to it." Willian made his Chelsea debut as a substitute in a shock home loss against FC Basel, and made his full debut for the club in a League Cup win against Swindon Town the following week. He scored his first goal for Chelsea on his Premier League debut, a sublime long-range effort against Norwich City that clinched a 3-1 win for the Blues in early October. Having been eased into the Chelsea side by José Mourinho, by December Willian had established himself as a regular starter along side Oscar and Eden Hazard in the triumverate of attacking midfielders behind the striker. By the turn of the year he was consistently demonstrating his skill in attacking areas and his notable workrate was no doubt a factor in Mourinho's evident faith in the Brazilian. He scored his second goal for the club against Southampton on New Year's Day. Reflecting on his move to Chelsea in January 2014 he told the FIFA website I kept an eye on Chelseas fortunes after they first tried to sign me. I developed a bit of a soft spot for the club. The problem was that Shakhtar didnt want to let me go. And then Anzhi came in and met my release clause fee, he explained. But that made my desire to play for Chelsea all the stronger. It took a while, but now Im here, and I couldnt be happier. Click here to view the record
  8. The English Football Thread

    You're tempting fate...
  9. The English Football Thread

    Yeah...that's their only league defeat at Goodison this season. Their home record - P17 W12 D4 L1 vs their away record - P17 W4 D6 L7.
  10. The English Football Thread

    Will be relieved if the gap doesn't drop to below 4 points.
  11. The English Football Thread

    Don't think I would mind that.
  12. The English Football Thread

    That would be their home and away form. They're like 10x better at Goodison than when having to go elsewhere,
  13. Everton v Chelsea

    A lot may depend on which Costa turns up and given our dodgy defence of late, think we're gonna need to score at least 2 goals if we want to win this.
  14. Everton v Chelsea

    It's D-day on Sunday then. Gap at the top could be anything from 1-7 points. IF we win this, we'll win the title *fingers crossed*. Lose and hell will break loose...
  15. The English Football Thread

    Kinda expected Spurs to win but that was just pathetic from Palace. Barely got into Spurs' box and their only threat came from Zaha and Townsend and even then, it's them having to dribble and beat 3-4 players.
  16. Chelsea 4-2 Southampton

    Chelsea 4-2 Southampton PRE/POST-MATCH DISCUSSION, LIVE CHAT AND ANALYSIS 2016/17 Premier League Match 33 25th April, Tuesday, 2017 Stamford Bridge 19:45 Kick Off (UK time)
  17. Christian Atsu

    Born in Ada Foah, Ghana, Atsu joined Porto at the age of 17, having begun his career at the Feyernoord academy in Ghana. Though he was briefly involved with the first team squad under André Villas-Boas he was soon loaned to top-flight Portuguese side Rio Ave and would spend the 2011-12 season at the club, featuring regularly. Returning to Porto for the 2012-13 season, he went on to make nine starts and eight substitute appearances over the course of the season, scoring once. On 1 September 2013 Chelsea confirmed that Atsu had signed for the club and would spend the season on loan at Vitesse Arnhem. The fee was reported to be £3.5m. He immediately became a first choice starter in a central attacking midfield position, playing alongside Lucas Piazon and displacing Gael Kakuta from the Vitesse side. Click here to view the record
  18. 10. Eden Hazard

    They better not have any funny ideas.
  19. 10. Eden Hazard

    http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/transfers/eden-hazard-chelsea-transfer-news-real-madrid-summer-window-a7700491.html SORT IT OUT, CHELSEA!!
  20. Chelsea 4-2 Southampton

    1. Dodgy in patches but good performance overall, especially in the second half, and good win. Now for the big one on Sunday at Everton. 2. Though we are scoring goals, our inability to keep clean sheets is absolutely infuriating. 11 games without one now in the league and we've conceded at least 2 in 3 of our last 5 games (4 in 6). 3. Have we hired Scolari as one of our coaches? Our defending at set pieces in recent weeks has been so poor. Were lucky not to concede more than 1 against Southampton. Everton will be licking their lips at set pieces this weekend. 4. Not sure why Fabregas started on the right of the front 3 in the first half. Barely influenced the play offensively and defensively. So much better when moved into the midfield in the second half. Helped us control the game better too. 5. Hazard was absolutely wonderful to watch. Clearly desperate to win the title! 6. Credit to Costa today. Still looked somewhat dodgy but encouraging performance and scored TWO goals! The second was absolute sublime. Hope he carries this momentum going forward.
  21. 15. Victor Moses

    Moses with his 165 647th foul throw-in that first half. CAN SOMEONE PLEASE TEACH HIM HOW TO DO IT PROPERLY?!