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Hybrid Angel

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  1. 10. Eden Hazard

    I feel terrible for wanting him to stay with us despite having to play with a lot of donkeys. But that's football, I am a Chelsea fan first and foremost. Credit to him for staying for so long. Could have been at Madrid 3 years ago.
  2. 28. César Azpilicueta

    Needs a rest. Play Ruediger for 2/3 games, it's the only position we have depth in ffs.
  3. Chelsea v Watford

    Marco Silva's team like to press, are good at keeping the ball, and in great form. We're shambolic against pressing sides who are any decent at keeping possession. Terrible form as well. Not looking forward to this one whatsoever.
  4. Chelsea - Roma

    The utterly simple thing here is that at the moment we're a terrible footballing side. It's honestly that simple and the root of every problem we have. It mainly comes from the fact that Conte seems to have forgotten what pressing is. We're playing at home ffs! Where's the intensity of last season, where we would press from our front three and in case of any long ball being played, our center backs would work perfectly at the half way line to win the ball back and start the attack again? We're too deep, too reactive, and terrible on the break. A side that doesn't press is absolutely horrible to watch. You'd think it'd be a viable strategy for us since we're terrible under pressure and it'd give us a chance to be on the front foot. But no, the same consistent sitting back rubbish every game, regardless of the level of the opposition. Fucking dire.
  5. Crystal Palace 2-1 Chelsea

    Never mind the result, the football we're playing right now is a fucking disgrace. Simple as.
  6. Isco

    Hindsight is 10/10 and all, but reading the past few pages of this thread and all the comparisons with Oscar (!) are just pure comedy. I would kill to have this guy in our team. Magnificent player. Spain won't miss Iniesta with Isco in their team.
  7. 22. Willian

    It's really a shame. An extremely talented player(and that's not an exaggeration by any means) let down by his brain in the final third. This is not as big of a problem against bigger teams since he's much better than Pedro in transition, but against mid-bottom table sides Pedro should be starting.
  8. 27. Andreas Christensen

    Andreas is a great player. If he stays patient with us and the game time he's getting right now, he'll be a guaranteed starter in 1-2 years. We have to remember that David is 30. God bless being in four competitions. Rotation when we have such quality options at CB feels so nice. Everyone is getting playtime and everyone is developing while having the hunger to establish themselves in the starting XI.
  9. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

    This guy has to be the most delusional footballer on the planet. Him having the audacity to reject Chelsea for Liverpool solely because of his will to play in midfield (not even realizing he'd probably be 5th-6th down the pecking order in Liverpool's mid) makes me think we've dodged a bullet, even though I think he'd be a perfect wing-back under Conte. Oh well, he's an idiot and he wasted his only chance of becoming a very good player in a certain position and actually having some sort of identity as a player.
  10. 9. Álvaro Morata

    His passing is just fine, he just needs to improve his awareness which is the most important thing in Football. There were a few instances where we would have probably scored if he was a little more aware of his surroundings, like the breakaway where he saw Pedro late (might have been just poor decision making in this example) or that one time Hazard was peeling off Leicester's defence and he tried to do it all by himself instead. I've been a big fan of Alvaro since his days at Juve. His ceiling definitely is in the realm of elite strikers, hopefully he gets there in two or three years. I think next year with a proper Conte pre-season(and of course this season under his belt) will be big for him.
  11. 9. Álvaro Morata

    Morata's movement in the box is pure quality. You can tell he's trained with some of the best strikers in the game, Ronaldo for example; They way Morata attacks the ball on crosses really remind me of Ronaldo's movement in similar situations. I had my doubts but I think he'll become a top striker, if he isn't there or on the brink of it. Fast, strong, good link-up play and decent at holding the ball - he can improve in this aspect -, and very solid finishing. I can't wait till he plays with Eden. Eden to break his goal tally for the club once again, imagine what he's capable of in terms of numbers when he has a striker who won't screw up a simple one-two almost every time. The Belgian thrives on link-up play.
  12. 9. Álvaro Morata

    My mistake, somehow I missed the 'he could hardly' run part entirely.
  13. 30. David Luiz

    Not a midfielder for me, only should be considered an option there when an extreme situation calls for it, as it was the case against Spurs. That being said, if Matic was the one who made that interception leading to Alonso's second god knows how much media would have talked about him being the greatest DM of all time.
  14. 9. Álvaro Morata

    False. I'm not saying whether Morata is fit or not, but Conte's decision clearly wasn't because of that. It was due to the fact that we needed our front-men to press more and give the Spurs defenders less time on the ball, also for them to win more second balls, all of this to help our backline to push forward and not sink deeper and deeper.
  15. Spurs 1-2 Chelsea

    WHAT A WIN. I don't know what some of you mean when you say Spurs 'outplayed' us. I don't see how that was the case in the slightest. Having more possession, more corners, and more stats in general =/ domination. I'd be gutted to have watched that performance if I were a spurs fan. Their only goal came from a Chelsea player and after failing with their initial plan, their plan B was cross after cross after cross, which we dealt with pretty comfortably. This just goes to show the team that has the ball doesn't necessarily dominate the match. From our point of view however, we could have done better in keeping the ball. But the circumstances we were in weren't the best by any stretch; Luiz in the middle, Baka's first game in months, no Hazard or super sub Fabregas to come on and slow things down. People need to calm down, this was the only exact type of win we were going to get.