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DavidEU

10. Eden Hazard

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29 minutes ago, Vesper said:

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I know cunt!

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LOL so do I - Lots in North London

Totally off topic -

It was always normal practice to call streets after what went on in it. and as it was the main red light area from mid 12th century thats the name it was given. Just  like Cock Lane in Smithfields. All towns and villages have these roads. and was quite legal. But with PC these names get chamged sadly like its something to be ashamed of in history.

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1 minute ago, Belgiannutt said:

Just found this on twitter. Hazard :lol:

 

For some reason the Vids not playing for me. Whats he saying?

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Just now, Unionjack said:

For some reason the Vids not playing for me. Whats he saying?

Hmm weird. 

Basically it's a black guy with his phone and he's at the gala with Kante and Hazard. 

He says" i'm on the stage with some champions" and he pans the camera towards Kante and goes "number one" and then he pans to Hazard and before can say anything Hazard just  looks at him with a straight face and goes "number one also" and then they all burst out laughing. 

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31 minutes ago, Belgiannutt said:

Hmm weird. 

Basically it's a black guy with his phone and he's at the gala with Kante and Hazard. 

He says" i'm on the stage with some champions" and he pans the camera towards Kante and goes "number one" and then he pans to Hazard and before can say anything Hazard just  looks at him with a straight face and goes "number one also" and then they all burst out laughing. 

LOL

Weird but some reason cant play any vids off that account. Tried everything

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I would give my left nut to keep Hazard at Chelsea for another 7 plus years. Best and most exciting player I have ever seen play for us and I grew up during peak Lamps, Drogba and Joe Cole. 

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23 minutes ago, Vybzkartel said:

I would give my left nut to keep Hazard at Chelsea for another 7 plus years. Best and most exciting player I have ever seen play for us and I grew up during peak Lamps, Drogba and Joe Cole. 

Soz but cant agree on that one.

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Just now, Unionjack said:

Soz but cant agree on that one.

I was too young to see Zola so I cant really rate him. Its like how people say Pele or Maradona are the Goats I really cant comment on them since I have never seen them play. Same with Hazard in the 16 years I have been an active Chelsea/football fun his the best and most exciting player I have seen play for us. He can do things no one else can do. I loved Dider and Lamps growing up but Hazard is just that much more special to me at least. 

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Just now, Vybzkartel said:

I was too young to see Zola so I cant really rate him. Its like how people say Pele or Maradona are the Goats I really cant comment on them since I have never seen them play. Same with Hazard in the 16 years I have been an active Chelsea/football fun his the best and most exciting player I have seen play for us. He can do things no one else can do. I loved Dider and Lamps growing up but Hazard is just that much more special to me at least. 

But its good we all have different tastes. Variety makes the world go round. It would be a right boring Soma like place if we all agreed eh! f258bf24ba0510ea3cad990d50a7b0e8.gif

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I've said this before..and I'll say it again. 

One thing I've always liked is how Hazard has this connection with the previous generation of Chelsea greats... JT, Lamps, DD and Joey Cole. Played with all of them and all of them are big fans of his. Now he has one more admirer in Zola.

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4 hours ago, Blue Armour said:

I've said this before..and I'll say it again. 

One thing I've always liked is how Hazard has this connection with the previous generation of Chelsea greats... JT, Lamps, DD and Joey Cole. Played with all of them and all of them are big fans of his. Now he has one more admirer in Zola.

And I hope Eden is also a fan of Magic Box too.

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https://www.theguardian.com/football/2018/sep/27/eden-hazard-chelsea-better-ronaldo-messi-ross-barkley-worlds-best

Eden Hazard has given Chelsea hope he could be persuaded to sign a new contract by crediting Maurizio Sarri and the club’s new signings with his outstanding early season form.

The Belgium international has entered the final two years of his deal and denied reports a new contract will be announced next week. “I haven’t signed a contract,” he said after sealing Chelsea’s Carabao Cup win at Liverpool on Wednesday. “Not yet, not yet.”

Real Madrid remain likely suitors but the 27-year-old said this summer the calibre of Chelsea’s signings would influence his decision and he has highlighted their impact – and that of Sarri – on his form.

Hazard, who has scored six goals in seven games for Chelsea, said: “You see [what has changed] on the pitch. We have different players, players we didn’t have last season, players who like to have the ball. We have more possession than before. The attacking players benefit from that. We get more touches, more opportunities to create chances, to dribble more, more chances to shoot on target.

“Sarri is a manager who likes to have the ball. That makes a big difference. Besides that, he’s an Italian. Just like under [Antonio] Conte there’s a lot of tactics and we have to work hard in training. I don’t feel like saying that I didn’t have any freedom under my previous managers. Conte and [José] Mourinho also let me do what I wanted in the last third. That’s why I could excel under them too. Defensively I know what I have to do.”

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