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BlueLion.

Daniel Sturridge

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Has Mata - Torres - Sturridge even played a full 90 together yet?

Nope, but Torres still sucking.....

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Can't you post in ANY thread without slating Torres ... You're becoming such a bore.. and don't bother posting one of your comics in reply

When was the last post i slated Torres?

I was slating Lampard before slating Torres.

Here i was stating the mere truth....

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And again, if i am becoming such a bore, then who is the fool that reads my post?

Don't be such a dick, and just put me on the ignore list if you don't like reading my stuff!

You have the ignore list, so stop fucking bitching around about my post!!!

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TBH i wasn't impressed at all with daniel yesterday , based on yesterday's game he was just slightly better than Kalouda and that is not good enough , he needs to improve his positional awareness as a winger and his passing game.

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TBH i wasn't impressed at all with daniel yesterday , based on yesterday's game he was just slightly better than Kalouda and that is not good enough , he needs to improve his positional awareness as a winger and his passing game.

Why? Everyone in the Chelsea end where singing his name.

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TBH i wasn't impressed at all with daniel yesterday , based on yesterday's game he was just slightly better than Kalouda and that is not good enough , he needs to improve his positional awareness as a winger and his passing game.

the chip to find JT for his goal was exquisite typical of a Xavi or Iniesta

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TBH i wasn't impressed at all with daniel yesterday , based on yesterday's game he was just slightly better than Kalouda and that is not good enough , he needs to improve his positional awareness as a winger and his passing game.

He faded in and out of the game and had too many periods in which he didn't get the ball but whenever he got it he used it better than Malouda and Kalou could hope to.

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He didn't have a match of his life, but he sent that amazing ball to Terry after which he scored, and scored a backheel goal himself. It's very good to know that he can solve a match just like that even without getting involved in it a lot :)

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The competition for places is very tough in the squad and the manager has shown huge faith in me to put me in the team after a three-game ban, because I've been training for the last five weeks, including the international break.

"It was a huge result to come away from Sunderland with three points. It's a great stadium and their fans sing very loud.

"Now we need to keep winning and put pressure on the Manchester clubs."

"It was a great ball from Raul Meireles,spacer.gif great vision from him and I got across the centre-half (Wes Brownspacer.gif) and saw the keeper coming out, so I just went for a little cheeky one.

"The only way I could have scored was to do that and it paid off. I've done it in training a few times but it is completely different in a game.

"I thought that he (Brown) was going to get to it before it crossed the line and it was a huge moment to see it hit the net.

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He faded in and out of the game and had too many periods in which he didn't get the ball but whenever he got it he used it better than Malouda and Kalou could hope to.

Sturridge was superb by Malouda and Kalou standards but by regular ones he looked pretty average for me .

As you said " he faded in and out and had too many periods in which he didn't get the ball " and that is exactly why i think his positioning needs a lot of improvement , also when he got the ball there were times that he made good use of it like his very good cross to Terry but there were a lot of times where he put himself into trouble , keeping the ball too long and getting himself surrounded by 2 or 3 oppositions.

You gotta love his pace and explosiveness but his speed of thought needs tuning .

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Sturridge was superb by Malouda and Kalou standards but by regular ones he looked pretty average for me .

As you said " he faded in and out and had too many periods in which he didn't get the ball " and that is exactly why i think his positioning needs a lot of improvement , also when he got the ball there were times that he made good use of it like his very good cross to Terry but there were a lot of times where he put himself into trouble , keeping the ball too long and getting himself surrounded by 2 or 3 oppositions.

You gotta love his pace and explosiveness but his speed of thought needs tuning .

Maybe your expectations were too high. We are yet to see the best of Danny. ;)

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TBH i wasn't impressed at all with daniel yesterday , based on yesterday's game he was just slightly better than Kalouda and that is not good enough , he needs to improve his positional awareness as a winger and his passing game.

He wan't magnificient I agree. Sturridge will get the occasional goal and assist but its too much to ask him to propel us towards any trophy.., I'm afraid that we'll continue to be in United/City's shadow this season unless one of our CF starts scoring regularly

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"We had a lot of teams calling Daniel to take him on loan during the transfer window but it was never going to happen.

"The technical staff and I all had the feeling we should bring him in. We have an outstanding player."

Good to know. :chai:

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Hope AVB uses him as a right-winger that cuts in, with Mata being the support and Torres in the middle. Unlike most pessimisitc members, i believe, if that frontline plays a WHOLE match, all three could have a defining factor with one another!

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There's no doubt this guy can play at the highest level and he's ready to become a Chelsea regular. Arrogant, confident, cocky, exactly what we've lacked for a few years. He's ready.

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Looks proper Prem material now, and close to the finished article. What would he be worth now ??

Seeing that Young with just a year's contract went for 16m, 30m at least. 50 if Liverpool were interested.

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Seeing that Young with just a year's contract went for 16m, 30m at least. 50 if Liverpool were interested.

Thats true A. I admit I doubted him, but it looks like the Bolton experience has put a wise head on his shoulders

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Thats true A. I admit I doubted him, but it looks like the Bolton experience has put a wise head on his shoulders

I must admit, I have the same doubts about Kakuta. Hope he turns things around just as well.

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