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Special Juan

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  1. Chelsea - Everton

    By the way, how fucking good is Rudiger. Best defender at the club for me by a mile, needs a top class player next to him in the summer.
  2. Sarri But Not Sarri Thread

    https://www.chelseafc.com/en/news/2018/7/14/sarri-joins-chelsea Maurizio Sarri is the new Chelsea head coach. He moves to Stamford Bridge following a successful three-year spell at Serie A side Napoli. During his time there, the Italian, who is 59, revitalised the fortunes of the club and returned them to the Champions League while playing a scintillating brand of expansive, attacking football. In his three years at the helm, Napoli recorded two second-place finishes in their domestic league, including last season when they achieved a record points total for a runner-up, and one third place. In 2017, he won the Serie A Coach of the Year award. Sarri, who has signed a three-year contract, said: ‘I am very happy to be coming to Chelsea and the Premier League. It is an exciting new period in my career. ‘I look forward to starting work and meeting the players on Monday ahead of travelling to Australia, where I will be able to get to know the squad and begin our match action. ‘I hope we can provide some entertaining football for our fans, and that we will be competing for trophies at the end of the season, which is what this club deserves.’ Director Marina Granovskaia added: ‘We are delighted to welcome Maurizio and are looking forward to him bringing his football philosophy to Chelsea. ‘Maurizio’s Napoli side played some of the most exciting football in Europe, impressing with their attacking approach and dynamism, and his coaching methods significantly improved the players at his disposal. ‘He has plenty of experience in Serie A and the Champions League and we know he is relishing the chance to work in the Premier League.’ Along with the team’s improvement in results, Sarri’s reign in Naples will be remembered for the quality of Napoli’s play. The term ‘Sarri-ball’ was coined and he also earned praise for his ability to re-shape the structure of the squad, nurturing some of the club’s younger talents with hugely positive results.
  3. General Transfer Talk

    Just some of the selected load of crap I have had to dig through over the last few pages, absolutely pathetic and immature from both of you in all honesty. I'm not getting into playground crap about who started it etc etc, but I'm telling you both now, and anyone else for that matter, this doesn't continue. I'm going to be diplomatic here and allow you both a chance to kiss and make up and actually start posting stuff that relevant to the forum and football in general. If you can't follow those instructions of simply posting and debating then you can both go, no ifs or but's. Now...football please.
  4. Sarri But Not Sarri Thread

    We were never title contenders, I don't think we were even mentioned solidly at the start of the season. If we can get one trophy and finish top 4 it will of been a very good season, totally acceptable. The squad needs investment, it's decent but not to the quality it should be. We are lacking a top quality CB to play alonside Rudiger because Luiz is very poor IMO. One area we fall short in is the wing back areas, and I know Alonso has signed a new deal but if we are really to challenge next season we need elite replacements on either side. A striker is an absolute MUST, not even up for debate, again an elite CF who does the dirty work and bangs them home for fun. As decent as Pedro and Willian are we need a quality right-sided player too. We must back Sarri, if he can deliver what we are seeing now with this team he can achieve top things if he is given the right players.
  5. Chelsea - Everton

    Glad I missed this, didn't sound like a great spectacle at all.
  6. General Transfer Talk

    This is a fucking transfer thread, anymore off topic posts will be deleted. I will read through this thread in the coming hours and catch up and all the crap posted. If any of the content is found to be racial, insults or personal attacks then action will be taken.
  7. 17. Mateo Kovacic

    It's a no brainer, he is absolute quality and we should be buying him without hesitation. He came on last night and took the tempo of the game into his control, he's such a good player.
  8. BATE Borisov 0-1 Chelsea

    How we won this I will never know, but I will take it with ease. RLC and Barkley last night were absolute shite, and the rest weren't much better. This is the problem with RLC, it's his consistency, after that good performance and 3 goals and he puts on a display like last night.
  9. BATE Borisov 0-1 Chelsea

    So am I but I'm at work
  10. BATE Borisov 0-1 Chelsea

    Caballero Zappacosta AC Cahill Emerson Fabregas Kovacic---------------RLC Willian----------------------------------------CHO Giroud
  11. The European Leagues & Competitions Thread V2

    Two last minute goals they have scored in a few days, fucking hate the cunts. Shame Bonucci didn't land the nut on the deluded one.
  12. The European Leagues & Competitions Thread V2

    Media are quiet on Liverpool and Brendan Klopp.
  13. 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
  14. 7. N'Golo Kante

  15. 29. Álvaro Morata

    We have to be grateful for these small mercies we are seeing, he's starting to score. Of course it's still a weakness but his confidence is gaining, he must keep scoring, if he does anything is possible.
  16. Chelsea 3-1 Crystal Palace

    The performance was quite middle of the road but this was an outstanding result in all honesty. We weren't at our best, far from it, we can play much better but fuck me Pedro was absolute top quality. Delighted for Morata because he's starting to prove me wrong, he just has to continue this. This is also great because the media didn't expect us to be right on the coat tails of their lovable Man City at this time. We deserve to be were we are, we are doing superb, ow it's time to hand out a good hiding to Bate and Everton.
  17. 17. Mateo Kovacic

    Thought he was really good yesterday, we need his ability to carry and dribble the ball, and Sarri made exactly the right change fetching him on for Barkley.
  18. 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
  19. 8. Ross Barkley

    He's a really good physical presence now too, he has muscled up and under Sarri he is now technically much better and more complete as a player. If he carries on like this he is going to become undroppable, and that's testament to the lad and how hard he's worked to get into this position.
  20. 22. Willian

    No middle ground with this bloke as was shown yesterday, he was very good and then weeks later he is absolute shite. Stood up well yesterday when we needed Hazard's void filling, dribbled well, attacked space and players well and took his goal brilliantly.
  21. Chelsea 3-2 Derby County

    I was at Boro v Derby on Saturday watching Tomori and Mount, Mount went off with a knock and was probably a precaution for Wednesday. Tomori was excellent, but he was made to be for the most part, Boro were just hitting it long to Assombalonga all the time and it was a no contest in the air between the two. Derby should of won the game but failed to take chances when they had them, then conceded a freak own goal. I'm not worried about this, we are flying right now and confidence is massive. Start Giroud, start RLC. 2-0 us. Caballero Moses Christiensen Cahill Emerson Fabregas RLC Kovacic Willian Giroud CHO
  22. Thibaut Courtois

    5-1 Conte incoming....Love it.
  23. Burnley 0-4 Chelsea

    Missed the game, saw the highlights. Massive win and against a real tricky opponent. 4-0 is very impressive. Barkley once again superb
  24. Burnley 0-4 Chelsea

    Physicality is the name of their game, we must play Giroud and the Spanish tart. If Hazard isn't fit it must be Willian and Pedro. Dropping Jorginho is a no no. Three midfield of Jorginho, Kante and Barkley/RLC
  25. Thibaut Courtois

    If I was bothered I would rant, I'm not ranting, I'm too busy laughing because the gobshite is moaning again, but this time he's moaning in Madrid his dream move City.