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About kellzfresh

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  • Birthday 05/01/1989

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  1. 13. Willy Caballero

    Willy did well. If Kepa was in goal, we concede 2 or more goals today, I guarantee you that.
  2. 21. Ben Chilwell

    Fantastic Cross for the assist. More of that to come for sure. Happy with how he saw the space for Giroud and picked an inch perfect cross.
  3. 29. Kai Havertz

    All Havertz goals. King Kai!!
  4. Chelsea - Barnsley

    Works perfectly guys
  5. 5. Jorginho

    Everyone is complaining about our style of play in our first two games, but we are forgetting that Jorginho started both. He is a big influence on the way we play anytime he's on the pitch. We can never hope to play quick, fast paced football due to him "controlling the game", slow slow football, Werner will be wasted with no one quickly getting the ball to him since we have to build slowly with Jorginho. I complained about this last season too on why Gilmour is far better for Lampard's system than Jorginho. And this labored attacking football is part of it. Play Kante and Kova in a double pivot and suddenly we have a dynamic pair and more speed to our game.
  6. Tariq Lamptey

    Fantastic, plays with energy, exactly the way a potential worldclass fullback does.
  7. Chelsea 0-2 Liverpool

    I like the look of this lineup and hope we play this. Extra protection at the back, Havertz can have a free role to roam around and create chances, Giroud can be a target man to win long balls and flick it to teammates and Werner can play a little wide and make runs into space. Hopefully, Lamps trains these boys on quick one touch pass and movements so that we are fluid.
  8. The English Football Thread

    Was just about to say this, James is quality. Hopefully Kai can play to that level even if hes on the wing. Hopefully Lampard can find good tactical positions for him like Ancelotti.
  9. 24. Reece James

    You just explained my mind perfectly. Robertson is a great fullback just for how energetic he runs on the pitch. While Emerson was a disaster because he refused to run or assert himself in matches. James should make a lot more runs in behind, show some energy and he'll be one of the best in the league immediately. James with his calmness actually seems to me like a midfielder sometimes instead of a fullback.
  10. 24. Reece James

    He just has this lack of Urgency about him that I don't like. Just like RLC, no energy. Fullbacks should be energetic, that's the strongest quality for a fullback.
  11. 29. Kai Havertz

    Glad we didn't sign him for 100mil. The pressure he would have been under would be unreal. Average performance, but he'll get there. Once the more creative player Ziyech comes back, he can concentrate on making runs in behind for Ziyech to find him. He is usually good at making runs off the ball.
  12. 24. Reece James

    I was thinking the same thing. The difference between him and Lamptey was clear. But nice goal and assist from him.
  13. 11. Timo Werner

    Proper mentality
  14. Super Frank Thread

    I was hoping to see tactical improvements from Lampards team but I was disappointed. It's just the first match but the same problems of last season: poor defending, deft of ideas in attack, no cohesion in midfield and inconsistent pressing/allowing Brighton to control the game without putting them under pressure. He has to do better honestly.