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27. Andreas Christensen

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Has that mistake against Barcelona affected him? Almost cost us a goal again against Palace. 
Becoming a liability, unfortunately
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This season is a write off anyway so it’s okay that he’s making all these mistakes. Yes, he plays with a maturity years beyond him, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be prone to mistakes. He’s still only 21 after all. AC isn’t a problem at all for this club. 

We're still in two competitions and top 4 is still within reach. Far from a write off 

Needs to learn when to play it out or smash it up the park

 

 

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This is part of his development, he's having a poor spell at the moment.  If you want to be one of the first names on the team sheet for a club like Chelsea, you have to keep your focus for 9 months, sometimes 3 matches per week.

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8 hours ago, The Skipper said:

This season is a write off anyway so it’s okay that he’s making all these mistakes. Yes, he plays with a maturity years beyond him, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be prone to mistakes. He’s still only 21 after all. AC isn’t a problem at all for this club. 

True but the annoying thing is, his recent mistakes are easily avoidable - was a matter of making the right pass or clearing the ball in defence but he's botched them all.

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6 hours ago, Polo7 said:

Zero tolerance from Chelsea fans. Looks like AC is next in the firing line. We are going to have no players left.

So just pointing out his mistakes means we want him out? Christ! 

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4 hours ago, Jason said:

So just pointing out his mistakes means we want him out? Christ! 

Literally a couple of posts before mine someone said he is becoming a liability. People dont just point out a mistake, if you make more than one its game over for you.

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Literally a couple of posts before mine someone said he is becoming a liability. People dont just point out a mistake, if you make more than one its game over for you.

He's made 4 mistakes in our last four games, 3 of which have resulted in goals, whilst the other came off the post.  

No one here is writing him off but we're allowed to criticise someone that is making the same mistake.

 

 

 

 

 

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20 hours ago, LAM09 said:

He's made 4 mistakes in our last four games, 3 of which have resulted in goals and whilst other came off the post. 

 

No one here is writing him off but we're allowed to criticise someone that is making the same mistake.

 

 

 

Yes true - mistakes happen., it is in human nature to make mistakes, regardless if your a footballer or a bin man. He will learn from them, hes hardly a bomb scare and will become better for having the experience of playing through a tough period where hes maybe caused a few goals directly. 

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Yes true - mistakes happen., it is in human nature to make mistakes, regardless if your a footballer or a bin man. He will learn from them, hes hardly a bomb scare and will become better for having the experience of playing through a tough period where hes maybe caused a few goals directly. 

 

Most people don't need to make the same mistake four times before they start to learn. It's a patchy time that is hopefully nipped in bud.

 

Got Barca, Leicester & Tottenham to come

 

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2 hours ago, zekinjo said:

How in the world you manage to make so many mistakes on regular basis and still keeps your place in the team? If Cahill was at his place Chelsea fans would destroy him without hesitation. 

Because he’s a 21 yo guy and Chelsea are having a difficult season. His mistakes aren’t patterned problems either really. Context is everything. 

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1 hour ago, The Skipper said:

Because he’s a 21 yo guy and Chelsea are having a difficult season. His mistakes aren’t patterned problems either really. Context is everything. 

True but these mistakes are regularly happening. I think if Luiz was fit he’d maybe have opted for him tonight because 4 or 5 matches on the trot he’s had bad moments. If it was Cahill he’d of been slaughtered 100%. Also if Willian had played as badly as Eden recently, slaughtered. No doubt in Andreas talent obviously but mistakes on a weekly basis does warrant a rethink, perhaps if Luiz was fit he’d have more food for thought.

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58 minutes ago, OneMoSalah said:

True but these mistakes are regularly happening. I think if Luiz was fit he’d maybe have opted for him tonight because 4 or 5 matches on the trot he’s had bad moments. If it was Cahill he’d of been slaughtered 100%. Also if Willian had played as badly as Eden recently, slaughtered. No doubt in Andreas talent obviously but mistakes on a weekly basis does warrant a rethink, perhaps if Luiz was fit he’d have more food for thought.

I believe Luiz would have given away a silly penalty like he did vs Atletico. He lacks composure in this type of matches.

There is a reason Luiz and Cahill get "slaughtered" for their mistakes: You don't expect players of their profile and experience to make such mistakes. Without these tough games Andreas will never grow as a CB. Gary and David are both way past their prime, so nothing good would come out of relying on either of them instead of Andreas.

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3 minutes ago, Azpinator said:

I believe Luiz would have given away a silly penalty like he did vs Atletico. He lacks composure in this type of matches.

There is a reason Luiz and Cahill get "slaughtered" for their mistakes: You don't expect players of their profile and experience to make such mistakes. Without these tough games Andreas will never grow as a CB. Gary and David are both way past their prime, so nothing good would come out of relying on either of them instead of Andreas.

Stop the madness. Christensen still is a average player. He should be playing some game here and there, instead of starting important games like he is doing right now.

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2 hours ago, The Skipper said:

Because he’s a 21 yo guy and Chelsea are having a difficult season. His mistakes aren’t patterned problems either really. Context is everything. 

What you said doesn't make any sense mate, any sense. He is 21 years old, ok, it means he is probably not ready to start game after game, specially games against Barcelona, or decisive games in PL. Both Cahill and Luiz were great and solid last season, Cahill was also solid in 14/15 season when the team won the PL. Both Luiz and Cahill had poor games this season, but again, the team is having a difficult season.

Christensen becoming an untouchable player is Conte's production. The fact some fans believe a 21 years with zero CV, who won nothing for Chelsea or any other team, became "better than Luiz and Cahill" (both player who won everything with the club)  after 2 or 3 good games in PL, just show how pathetic some fans are. 

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1 hour ago, Jason said:

 

Interesting, he'll definitely get more touches of the ball there, could be a bold switch but I think he should remain as a CB here for the time being. 

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