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Thibaut Courtois

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Well, i read some time over here that there is a 'must play' of 75% clausule between Cfc and Atletico, don't know this really is true tough??

If he stays working like this then he should have no problem anyway to stay as Nr1 at Atletico i guess..

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Well, i read some time over here that there is a 'must play' of 75% clausule between Cfc and Atletico, don't know this really is true tough??

Hopefully it's what we will do to whoever gets Josh on loan this January.

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Hopefully it's what we will do to whoever gets Josh on loan this January.

its what we should have done with Kakuta.

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Afaik we can't really force a team to play a loaned player but they will have to pay a penalty if he does do not get a certain amount of appearances. Wouldn't be surprised if that was the case with all our loans including Kakuta's and PvA's.

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Here's a video I wanted to share with the chelsea fans.

Those are the last 15 minutes of the ultimate game for the belgian championship last year: RC Genk vs. Standard de Liege.

Standard needed a win to be champions, for Genk a tie would be enough. Take the time to get into this atmosphere of the game.

You will see that an 18 year old goalkeeper kept his composure and with 3 ultimate saves in the last minutes decided the championship in Genks favor (starting at 8:40 mins)!

Oh wait, that's right... this kid is a blue now :blue scalf:

In an article this weekend Courtois stated that the Chelsea staff was more than impressed with his results from the 'stress test'. And that he was amongst the very best of over 200 players that have been tested the last years. I think this video is a good example of that!

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We should tell to Atletico that if they want him next year, they have to take back their Nino.

And give us Turan & Diego :lol:

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Another article, couple days later, stated that it's no sure yet. Courtois wants to stay only if Atletico reaches European football..

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Atletico were indebted to goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois for keeping his side on level terms.

The Belgian teenager, who is on loan from Chelsea, did well to deny Diego Buonanotte at his near post after the Malaga man had latched onto a diagonal ball over the full-back.

Courtois then produced an even better stop in the 18th minute to tip over Jose Rondon's powerful header.

http://soccernet.espn.go.com/report?id=323869&league=ESP.1&cc=5739

He played very well indeed - couple of top class saves from the young man as well (no Wilkins).

https://twitter.com/#!/lukecolbourne/status/156105793358405632

Vocal, confident, imposing. Said it before, but so impressive for a 19-year-old.

https://twitter.com/#!/lukecolbourne/status/156106524933095424

Sounds like he had a very good game.

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