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  1. 22. Willian

    Ok Willian don't let the door hit you on the way out mate. And take David Luiz with you, too. Work rate merchant still living on the glory of those 2015/16 free kicks. To be honest I think Conte shows him enough respect by still considering him as an attacking player - His stats and his general play as an attacking player makes the likes of Lingard and Mikhtaryan look like world beaters. Wish United would come for him. Not only it will prevent them from signing and actual decent winger, but they'd be stuck with low footballing IQ players all over the pitch (Lukaku, Matic, Willian first to come in mind.)
  2. Romelu Lukaku

    I was deceived by the stats when thinking it was a mistake for not getting him, but he really is a poor player with a very very low footballing IQ. Also I think there is only two or three matches this season in which he scored the 1st goal. Other than that he scored the odd 3rd or 4th goal everytime when the match was already done and dusted.
  3. The European Leagues & Competitions Thread V2

    Nevermind Real Madrid or Bayern, I genuinely think Roma would kick United out. Even this Juventus which is the worst version of last years would have no problems thumping them. But watch United draw Seville or Shakhtar.
  4. Qarabag - Chelsea

    3-4-3 best fitted for this game IMHO. No disrespect to Qarabag, but with a massive game at Anfield coming up, Chelsea must really rest some important players here and regardless of who is playing or not, the gulf in class between these two is huge and Chelsea should win this even if some of the important players are not on the pitch. Courtois - Rudiger D.Luiz Cahill - Zappacosta Drinkwater Bakayoko M.Alonso - Pedro Morata Willian
  5. General Transfer Talk

    This kid is amazing and so attacking minded. Full back but played left wing for England youth for so many times. I truly believe he would be perfect in Contes formation. Have watched maybe a couple of full matches, not enough though, but IMHO he s not 100% a full back, nor a winger either, but a left midfielder perfect in a 3 man defence.
  6. Romelu Lukaku

    Tractor first touch turned into goal. Basically his first touch was a shot on goal haha
  7. Chelsea 1-0 Man Utd

    You should watch the post match interview he did for MU TV as well. Completely delusional, he lists all the chances they had after the 85th minute mark and talks like they should have scored at least two or three with ease. Frankly if you had not watched the full match and only watched that interview alone, the way he speaks about all the chances you would really think they were unlucky not to leave the Bridge with a win. Distorted reality a la Jose Mourinho, he forgets that by that 85th minute mark they've only had one shot on goal in the first half and Chelsea missed at least three sitters (Bakayoko, Christensen in the first half, Hazard in the second half). He's a prick and one big deluded git. Fuck him.
  8. The Board

    If Luiz is still unhappy then he should follow Emenalo as well. Hope this was a Conte vs Emenalo war behind the scenes that Conte has won. Long live his reign here.
  9. 30. David Luiz

    Kick him out if he is truly questioning Conte's methods and training regime. That buffoon Kenedy, too. This "player's power at the club" must end once and for all. There is only one boss and that is the gaffer. If things degenerate and Luiz is indeed going to lead a rebellion against Conte then the match going fans must definitely act and support Conte.
  10. Chelsea 1-0 Man Utd

    When you look at the table you realise City is going to walk the league and frankly there is no shame in that they really look like the real deal. But for me this is the last thing that comes to my mind right now, I am so pumped up and full of adrenaline it is unbelievable and a superb feeling for me. Haven't felt like that in such a long while. To be honest I had sex with a gorgeous woman that I was craving for a long long time, but that does not even come close to this win. It's seventh heaven for me right now. Glad we can now rub it in Mourinho's face once again he truly is a despicable human being, glad that we've now shown the Mancs just how useless Matic is in a big game, after weeks of taking the piss saying we were fools to let him go. I'm proud of Conte and happy that he can now have a fucking break from all the shit that's been thrown at him lately. And proud of two players in particular - Morata and Bakayoko. Both under a fabricated pressure by the media and away fans on the basis that we've supposedly chosen the wrong players instead of getting Lukaku and keeping Matic. And the standout for me was Andreas Christensen - brilliant player, hands down the best young defender in the world. Christensen and Azpilicueta - MUST be the first two defenders on the teamsheet every single time. Personally I feel invincible now, amazing what a football match can do, even if it is for a couple of hours only until the adrenaline level gets down again. But this is the moments I live for, can't tell you how much I wanted Chelsea to win this.
  11. The Conte Thread

    Love him to bits
  12. The Conte Thread

    We, the fans, always ask this stupid questions "Why is X out of the squad?", "Was Y dropped?", thinking those players might get mad and stuff like this. Well who the fuck really cares if they get mad? I surely don't and I hope Conte starts to drop them usual suspects gradually and do things his way even though some at the club don't want to let him do it that way. But for as long as he's here still I would love him to get really mad and stop being the nice guy. Maybe sometimes an iron hand is exactly what you need to put things in order.
  13. Chelsea 1-0 Man Utd

    Frankly to me the 0-3 loss in Rome did not mean that much. Ok, it terms of performance it was horrible to watch, but at least AS Roma completely exposed our weaknesses and Conte can learn from that. Like he did last year after the match at the Emirates when honest to God it was a similar shit show. And in the end Qarabag bailed us out of jail big time. Now we beat them away from home and we're through to the play-offs and no more Champions League worries until late February. Now about this match on Sunday - to me it is the perfect fixture to play at this moment. Chelsea have nothing to lose. If they do lose, then it's nothing out of the ordinary at this point. Truth is we're miles off the team we were last season. We win and we can rub it in Mourinho's face and come only one point behind mighty United that is supposed to challenge for the league title. Only one point behind with all our problems - does not sound bad to me. Now the funny thing is we'd want Conte to take United hard on Sunday knowing Mourinho's habit to park the bus against top oposition. But United fans would want the same from Mourinho - haha. To come at the Bridge and play expansive football because we're shite lately. Just like they we're supposed to do at Anfield. We all know what is going to happen and that Mourinho is surely going to bore the hell out of Stamford Bridge and all the viewers on telly. Now honest to God I'm hoping we're going back to a four man defence and bring some balance into the team. I would go for Morata Willian Hazard Pedro Kante Drinkwater Alonso Luiz Christensen Azpilicueta Courtois
  14. Roma 3-0 Chelsea

    Last season a gutless performance away from home and a 3-0 loss changed our season completely. Can we do it one more time? Fuck knows, but for sure I bloody hope so. I love Antonio Conte and I pray he wins the next game against Mourinho for all the negativity around to be gone for a while at least. But he must change some things. Starting with the formation and personnel. He's the manager and he's with the players every day of the week, so no matter what formation and players he chooses, I will support him. But... My two pennies on our current situation - I think the current tactics do not fit Chelsea at the moment and certain players must be dropped and others must play. Starting with Andreas Christensen. What I saw last night and in the past months is a totally unbalanced team playing more of a 5-2-3, rather than a three at the back formation with flying wing-backs. We defend too deep with too much defenders (five), we always lose the midfield area and the three up front look lost. They are always left for dead and there is no transition between the defence and attack. For me, at this moment, it is like there is three different Chelsea teams on the pitch at the same time - the defenders playing their own game, the midfielders doing close to nothing and the three attackers trying to do something with no support from the others. The three at the back formation worked wonders last season, but we have to admit in was only a stop-gap solution. We desperately need to revert back to a four man defence and find some balance, because frankly and I will say it again, I bloody love Conte, but this Chelsea team under the current 3-4-3/3-5-2 formation looks so unbalanced it is unbelievable. Plus it's probably the worst tactics to play against top dogs, so easy to exploit. The bright side is (if there is any) that we can't get any worse than this. There is nothing to lose now, hope Conte thinks like this and will turn things around once more. Must not do what Mourinho did and wait for the sack - should act now and think with his footballing brain and not his heart.
  15. Roma 3-0 Chelsea

    Remember after the Champions League Final, Madrid v Juventus, the next day I went on to read & watch all the expert analysis on the tactical side of the game. The vast majority of them, and I'm not talking about Daily Mail kind of "experts", but big ex footballers and current managers, said the three at the back formation is never going to work against big teams. 3-4-3, 3-5-2, either way, you are going to lose the wide areas or the midfield area. Exactly like what happened with Juventus against Madrid - Marcelo and Dani Carvajal had a field day against Alex Sandro and Dani Alves who were left for dead in the wide areas, with no support because there was no wide players to track back and help them. All this while allowing Cristiano and Isco to come inside and create a midfield four (Modric, Kroos, Casemiro, Isco) and add an extra attacker (Cristiano). Think a back four would be more balanced against top sides, although there is no natural left back in the squad. Hazard Morata Pedro Kante Fabregas Bakayoko M.Alonso D.Luiz Rudiger Azpilicueta Courtois