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Sideshow Luiz

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  1. 29. Álvaro Morata

    Sure. But everything has a cost, including standing pat. I just believe that Willian is a better winger (on the left) than Morata is a striker. I think Eden is dangerous wherever he plays as he works best in a free role. Next match against Spurs, might be asking for too much in such a high stakes match. But, at some time, if Morata continues to disappear.
  2. Sarri But Not Sarri Thread

    Who from our usual starting XI and bench haven't been selected for International duty? We have a lot of work to do on the training pitch.
  3. 10. Eden Hazard

    It's international break again, but we haven't heard any Real Madrid talk yet, what's going on? It's been 24 hours.
  4. 29. Álvaro Morata

    The same would have been said about Mertens before moving to CF. In the end we can all speculate and say, this would work, or that wouldn't work, but we can all realize that our CF situation is not good right now. So, all I'm saying is to try it, how much worse could it be than watching Morata ask the ref to help him out in every tough match? If it doesn't work, back to square 1.
  5. 29. Álvaro Morata

    We have to try it. Willian on the left, Hazard at CF, and Pedro on the right. I've been banging on about the training time. I think we were very fortunate to get the results that we were getting at the start of the season. We were improving, week after week, but since playing 2 matches a week for the past month or so, it's kind of stopped. Our play is too slow and not sharp. It's a lot of passing, but no movement, ATM. The 3rd man runs that make up the vertical element of Sarri's vertical tiki-taka are not there yet, or when they do make the run, players aren't making the pass. We knew it was going to be a work in progress. Unfortunately, we won't really get that quality training time until January.
  6. The English Football Thread

    Arsenal are so lucky right now:
  7. Sarri But Not Sarri Thread

    This team needs some serious time on the training pitch. It's just not quick and sharp enough at the moment. Unfortunately, we won't have a break in the fixtures until the new year.
  8. Chelsea - Everton

    It's kind of been like that since we've been playing twice a week, every week. We need time on the training pitch, but that's not really going to happen until January.
  9. Chelsea - Everton

    The fucking time wasting. Holy shit.
  10. Chelsea - Everton

    GTFO
  11. Chelsea - Everton

    For all his weaknesses, I have to say that Alonso has some fantastic technique (shame about that horrid cross in the first half).
  12. Chelsea - Everton

    Yeah. We saw steady improvement, but once we started playing 2 matches a week, there's just been no real quality time on the training pitch.
  13. Chelsea - Everton

    Rudiger should never have gone down, but the ref didn't see anything. I don't know how he booked anyone if he didn't see it. Ref has lost this match a bit. Went too crazy with the bookings. Once he gave Mina that yellow for a good challenge, he painted himself in to a corner.
  14. Chelsea - Everton

    Bernard was lucky to not get a harsher punishment there, but c'mon Rudiger, you don't need to go down there....