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Special Juan

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  1. Kenedy

    The FA are writing to us asking for Kenedy's observations on the matter. It's serious because he's a poignant figure playing for a huge club that is on a marketing mission to sell a brand in a huge footballing country. He's just been a very silly boy and is now suffering the consequences.
  2. 23. Michy Batshuayi

    http://www.chelseafc.com/news/latest-news/2016/07/batshuayi-signs.html
  3. General Transfer Talk

    Sounds like City are really pushing for Mbappe now.
  4. Virgil Van Dijk

    He will go to Liverpool eventually.
  5. The Conte Thread

    Today Chelsea FC is delighted to appoint Antonio Conte as our new First Team Head Coach. http://www.chelseafc.com/news/latest-news/2016/04/conte-appointed.html
  6. Chelsea v Inter Milan

    Start AC as the right sided CB with Azpi as the RWB, Luiz central and Rudiger in place of Cahill, with Alonso left.
  7. Chelsea - Bayern Munich

    I've watched two of our games now and also listened to pundits and commentators on both games and have come to a conclusion... When these players rest for a few weeks for summer and lay in the sun and relax or sail on the posh yachts jumping into the sea, how does it make sense that the commentators/fans say things like "His touch is poor he's been away on holiday and and needs bedding in" Is this for real? These players don't actually lose touch and ability to control a ball because of a 2 week holiday? These pre season excuses get worse every year.
  8. The Mourinho Thread

  9. Alex Sandro

    Today wasn't, nor should it of been an eye opener for anyone, the glaring deficiencies were there from last season. Alonso, Moses, Matic and Cahill need upgrading on. Yes we have bought Rudiger but the problem being now is IMO we have dropped a massive mistake giving Cahill the armband, it makes him nigh on undroppable yet he's miles away from the level we need, he will get ripped to shreds in the CL as well as the wing backs. The squad is worryingly thin, I hope these reports of four more players are correct, because we need it big time.
  10. Alex Sandro

    If we are to be anything of a threat or even compete as much as possible then both sides need mass improvement.
  11. Alex Sandro

    It needs to happen, I hope to god it does, we so need a world class LB.
  12. Chelsea - Bayern Munich

    It's like an example of what can happen with injuries and suspensions in the season coming. The squad needs strengthening quickly, we need more depth and quality, upgrades on Alonso, Moses are needed and Matic too. Forget the score in this game for one second and just focus fully on the squad and it's miles from the top european teams which is where we need to be at.
  13. Chelsea - Bayern Munich

    There is only so much you can do with what we have. Players like Cahill, Alonso, Moses, Matic etc need to be upgraded on if we are to get to the levels of Bayern, Madrid and Barcelona, which is why this window was and is so massively important.
  14. Chelsea - Bayern Munich

    Well this is going well.
  15. Kylian Mbappe

    Spanish media saying he is off to Madrid for 161M
  16. Chelsea - Bayern Munich

    Looking forward to seeing how Christensen does.
  17. Kenedy

    You are missing the point here. In this day and age with social media and now with nigh on every business, in the contract of employment is a social media policy that is a strict guideline of do's and dont's and there are reasons why. Social media is a fabulous tool, but it's also a very dangerous tool in the wrong hands and it's one of the biggest trip hazards in modern life today. Once that 'Post' button has been pressed it's out there, literally no coming back. These footballers, or any footballers are the face of a football club that follows them everywhere and one silly post can be the end like we will now see with Kenedy.
  18. Alex Sandro

    Solhekol is the TV version of Tancredi Palmeri
  19. Benjamin Mendy

    City are now after Bertrand apparently.
  20. Kenedy

    No surprise he's been sent home, and that's probably it for his career at Chelsea. We have sold better players time to sell him and end his, and our misery.
  21. 2. Antonio Rudiger

    He's just posted on his Insta story he's off to Singapore.
  22. 2. Antonio Rudiger

    Played in the confed cup so has been allowed that little extra time off. Should be with the team today/tomorrow in Singapore.
  23. 4. Cesc Fàbregas

    On 12 June 2014, English Premier League team Chelsea signed Fàbregas on a five-year contract for a fee of around £30 million. Fàbregas said that Arsenal were given the first option to buy him back, but they turned him down. He also said that he had "unfinished business" in the Premier League. The former Arsenal captain joined their London rivals despite claiming in 2011 that he would never sign for another English club. Fàbregas made his competitive debut for Chelsea on 18 August as the team began their league season away to Burnley; he played the full 90 minutes of a 3–1 victory, providing two assists. He was a nominee for the Premier League Player of the Month in August 2014, with the accolade going instead to another new Chelsea signing, Diego Costa. On 13 September 2014, after providing two assists in Chelsea's 4–2 victory over Swansea City, Fàbregas became the first player ever in Premier League history to record at least one assist in six successive games; four under Chelsea and two under Arsenal during the 2010–11 season. Four days later he scored his first goal for the club, opening a 1–1 draw at home against Schalke 04 in Chelsea's first match of the Champions League group stage. His first league goal for Chelsea gave them a 2–1 win at Crystal Palace on 18 October, capping off a 19-pass move. Fàbregas also completed 123 passes, the most by any player on either side.[84] On 10 December, with Chelsea already through to the knockout stage as group winners, Fàbregas scored an eighth-minute penalty to open a 3–1 Champions League victory over Sporting Lisbon. Twelve days later he scored a second league goal, set up by Eden Hazard and concluding a 2–0 win away to Stoke. Click here to view the record
  24. 9. Álvaro Morata

    Our Number 9
  25. Danilo Luiz Da Silva

    He will get cameo roles at best, the only way he will start is if Walker is injured or massively drops in form. City are just composing a very expensive bench.