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  1. Sevilla v Chelsea

    The kind of match a draw is good enough for me because to be honest what I care about the most is to keep the momentum going and stay undefeated. I mean football is about the talent, IQ, tactics etc. but still the confidence and the atmosphere play a huge part, too and Chelsea must continue to ride this positive wave. Although it seems to be the kind of match we've all seen before where we'd settle for a draw, why not, thinking it's an away game on a difficult ground and then Chelsea go there and do the job immaculately like the Conte wins at the Etihad or in Madrid v Atletico where I did not even break a sweat in front of the TV. And the similarities were that the momentum was in our favour and everything seemed to click at the club, this is why it is important to keep the unbeaten run going on and on.
  2. Chelsea - Spurs

    If this was a title race in late March ok maybe two points dropped as we were clearly the better team, but now it is too early, it is a draw that won't mean that much in the grand scheme of things IMHO. I'm taking the positives, another clean sheet and a very solid display in midfield, shout out to Thiago Silva and Kovacic great game from both of them. Mendy rock solid as he's always been since coming here and I feel Giroud would have taken at least one of Tammy's chances, the headers I mean. Reece and Ziyech not the best of games, but as I said we're massively improving as a team with every week passing by and that's w/o two of our best players Havertz and Pulisic that have not yet been integrated in the first team and our centre forward still playing on the wing. Up the Chels!!!
  3. 11. Timo Werner

    I'm more worried of Pulisic's glass made body than Werner's finishing. This guy is a proper striker with a proper mentality, will miss some, will score lots, he is not Martial who United fans rate him as one of world's finest when the truth is he is in his what? Fifth, sixth season in England and has done fuck all to prove he is even on par with Jamie Vardy, nevermind Europe's best strikers. Pulisic though... this is one situation the club and the player himself must sort out in the coming months
  4. Rennes 1-2 Chelsea

    Happy for the sixth win in a row and the unbeaten run, we've actually not lost a game since September. On to the Spurs match now, to be fair this match against Rennes, I did not care that much about it, I'm buzzing for the one on Sunday
  5. 22. Hakim Ziyech

    Arsenal fans are on a whole new level of delusion, I mean they are simply obsessed with Ziyech, just have a look at their forums, it is like Ziyech knocked at the Emirates doors begging to be signed, but instead they got Pepe and Willian. Fucking hell this fanbase simply put I think it is worse than the Liverpool one and we all know it takes a lot to surpass that lot but Arse fans have managed to do it and the United fans with their delusions of grandeur are not far behind either. This Arsenal bellends make it sound like Ziyech had no other choice than to come here and it is somehow against nature's laws that he ain't an Arsenal players. Jesus...
  6. Chelsea 4-1 Sheffield United

    And here comes my favourite part of the season, the useless international break.
  7. Man United 0-0 Chelsea

    Basically our best team out there, bar a not fully fit Ziyech - Think I will probably be on the brink of a meltdown if we lose against a struggling Man United consisting of Daniel James, Mata, McTominay, a shocking full back going forward (WB) and the overrated captain Maguire
  8. 20. Callum Hudson-Odoi

    Should be six though if the list was not rigged, young prodigy Jesse Lingard missing makes it a mockery of an award.
  9. Chelsea 3-3 Southampton

    Agree, no need to rush them all at one time, better have a fully fit squad in a couple of weeks that glides past by the coming months and the Boxing Day period with ease, rather than have players picking up injuries every week because of bad management. Going to be a totally different season from the ones before and the intl breaks don't help either, I suspect lots of players will fall like flies by late January and the month of February. Coaches must be clever and manage the squad very well in terms of minutes this season. Saints are a well drilled team with a quality manager and this comes after an intl break - can't be easy. Still I hope we get the three points in a tricky fixture.
  10. The English Football Thread

    The NFL match centre should add this game to their current live feed lol
  11. Chelsea 4-0 Crystal Palace

    Good, now let's settle for this back five and move forward from there. Feel we're like a drug addict coming off his rehab, we need small steps, but hopefully it'll get better. Next we need Pulisic and Ziyech fully fit and things should be more clearer and the constant chopping and chaning must stop, even if it takes a few bad results before they all gel in together. Mendy - Azpilicueta, Silva, Zouma, Chilwell - Kante, Jorginho - Pulisic, Havertz, Ziyech - Werner.
  12. Super Frank Thread

    There is actually no fun in watching Chelsea to be fair, nor was for large parts of last season just because this team is a carousel of misplaced passes, a totally clueless defence, a midfield that is overrun and overpowered every single week etc. It is unbelievable that a club of this stature looks so tactically inept. Lampard is a club legend and I wish he would succeed here more than anyone, but he is not doing himself any favours, no matter the line up he chooses, there seems to be no improvement at all. As soon as Pulisic and Ziyech are fit and ready, he must stop chopping and changing and settle to a formation and stick to it no matter the results. Otherwise there is only one outcome for him.
  13. Spurs 1-1 Chelsea

    They have played five matches in the last two weeks and traveled through Europe twice and still they have to play some nothing club in EL Q less than 48 hours after this and then United at the week end. Really no excuses if Chelsea do not get through to the next round.
  14. Chelsea Transfer Pub

    Refreshing to hear Rudiger is slowly but surely pushed out of the club - never fancied him, terrible defender and definitely one of the dumbest footballers I have ever watched play the game. As for Declan Rice - it has been a superb transfer window so far for Chelsea and I agree with all the signings, think the club have done a great job, but it would be a mistake to spend so much money on Rice, he is not Chelsea quality, never will be IMHO. I used to laugh when he was strongly linked to United and somehow pray they would stupidly throw 60-70M down the bin for him just like they did with Maguire. Hope West Ham are tough negociators and reject all offers, a crocked Billy Gilmour is ten times the player Declan Rice will ever be.
  15. Super Frank Thread

    Think it is the manner of how the team was set up to play that has made the fans angry, rather than the result. It really was a coward display, a reminiscence of JM Mk II, a packed midfield, a creative no. 10 played on the wing, another midfielder on the other just to track back - everything to try to nullify Liverpool's strenghts, rather than imposing our own game. This is not good enough for a club of this calibre playing at home.