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Lewis Baker

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41 minutes ago, Vesper said:

It is so depressing, I admit. I am deffo NOT a fan of shoving our young lads down into the cesspool that is the Championship. It is the cauldron of the worst of British footie. Violent, thuggish, so so not tactical, desperate, ageing English shit players who will do anything to keep on stealing a living. So so so much more a fan of sending them to Bundesliga, Serie A, etc.

Hell, send them to River Plate, Boca, Palmeiras ,Colo-Colo, Peñarol or other top class SA teams. It is inherently xenophobic to think they cannot learn down there. River Plate would smash us in more than a few matches in a best of 10 game series. 

Yeah agree, that old cliche if your good enough, you play for CFC whatever age should be =,funk it if u fail ,at least you might show so real desire and heart ffs, if your not good enough , then jog on 4 a while on the loan system (very very very few players, aka the footie lottery improve so much that they make it at a top team=stats prove that >if not  sell with a good buy back clause tap tap boom.

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Chelsea midfielder Lewis Baker has been recalled from his loan spell at Leeds United, Sky sources understand. 

 

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1 hour ago, the wes said:

Chelsea midfielder Lewis Baker has been recalled from his loan spell at Leeds United, Sky sources understand. 

 

Chelsea recall Lewis Baker from Leeds United — reports

https://weaintgotnohistory.sbnation.com/chelsea-fc-transfer-rumours-news/2019/1/9/18175091/chelsea-recall-lewis-baker-from-leeds-united-reports

Lewis Lewis Lewis wtf man has happened , hope he trains with CFC and gets his mojo back. 

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On 09/01/2019 at 1:08 PM, Special Juan said:

Again, how the hell is this lad still a part of this club?

Loan Army make much ₽

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Marcelo Bielsa reveals why Lewis Baker has quit Leeds to return to Chelsea

https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/marcelo-bielsa-reacts-lewis-baker-13833968

MARCELO BIELSA ISSUES THOUGHTS ON RECENT DEVELOPMENT INVOLVING LEEDS AND CHELSEA

https://footballleagueworld.co.uk/marcelo-bielsa-issues-thoughts-on-recent-development-involving-leeds-and-chelsea/

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BAKER CLOSE TO READING MOVE

Chelsea youngster Lewis Baker is close to joining Reading on loan following his recall from Leedsaccording to Sky sources.

The 23-year-old made 14 appearances after joining the Yorkshire club in the summer but only two of them were Championship starts.

Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa said on Wednesday that he had wanted Baker to stay beyond his loan deal and into next season, but admitted the player had legitimate expectations to play more than he had.

Baker is one of a number of loan deals the Royals are targeting this month as they bolster their squad for new manager Jose Gomes, and they recently secured Liverpool midfielder Ovie Ejaria until the end of the campaign.

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2 hours ago, mccg said:

BAKER CLOSE TO READING MOVE

Chelsea youngster Lewis Baker is close to joining Reading on loan following his recall from Leedsaccording to Sky sources.

The 23-year-old made 14 appearances after joining the Yorkshire club in the summer but only two of them were Championship starts.

Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa said on Wednesday that he had wanted Baker to stay beyond his loan deal and into next season, but admitted the player had legitimate expectations to play more than he had.

Baker is one of a number of loan deals the Royals are targeting this month as they bolster their squad for new manager Jose Gomes, and they recently secured Liverpool midfielder Ovie Ejaria until the end of the campaign.

Josh mceachran mark II

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Few years ago, he was looking like a top prospect. Problem is all his English loans have been unsuccessful. It is a shame. He looked to have everything. Two footed (literally), excellent technique, strong, eye for goal and a real dictator of the game. Leeds barely started him and the rare the times he did, he was subbed off. He has so much ability as well. But he needs first team football and needed to leave Leeds. Colkett, now him. Two of the biggest influencers in our midfield in the academy set up look lost out on loan.

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24 minutes ago, Vesper said:

Loan Army salute!!!!

Image result for british army salute

Is that like a 40 gun salute , 1 for each of loaness .BOOM 

Chelsea given 18 months to ‘cut loan army from 39 to eight’

https://www.football365.com/news/chelsea-given-18-months-to-cut-loan-army-from-39-to-eight

Fire sale here we come if this true! Sell sell sell 

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41 minutes ago, mccg said:

Is that like a 40 gun salute , 1 for each of loaness .BOOM 

Chelsea given 18 months to ‘cut loan army from 39 to eight’

https://www.football365.com/news/chelsea-given-18-months-to-cut-loan-army-from-39-to-eight

Fire sale here we come if this true! Sell sell sell 

I don't think it will actually affect us that much

Chelsea confident new rules capping loan players will not mean offloading their youngsters

Chelsea are confident they will not be forced into a player cull as a result of the new loan rules that will be announced next year.

The Fifa council will ratify new rules in the New Year that have prompted fears that clubs that loan out a large number of players, such as Chelsea, will be forced into a rethink. But Premier League clubs are hopeful that domestic loans and those involving club or association trained players under the age of 21 or 23 will not be affected by the rule change.

Non-domestic loans or those involving players over the age of 21 or 23 are likely to be capped at six, seven or eight, but that would not cause Chelsea huge problems.

With clubs likely to be given more than a year to fall in line with the rule change, until the 2020-21 season, Chelsea believe they could make adjustments to make sure they fulfil the new criteria without having to offload a large number of players.

Chelsea currently have 39 players out on loan, but a large number of them are club or associated-trained players aged under 23 or 21 and 20 of them are currently playing in England. The matter will be discussed in February, with Fifa aiming to have the new rules in place in March, ahead of their implementation for the start of the 2020-21 campaign.

 

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6 hours ago, Vesper said:

I don't think it will actually affect us that much

Chelsea confident new rules capping loan players will not mean offloading their youngsters

Chelsea are confident they will not be forced into a player cull as a result of the new loan rules that will be announced next year.

The Fifa council will ratify new rules in the New Year that have prompted fears that clubs that loan out a large number of players, such as Chelsea, will be forced into a rethink. But Premier League clubs are hopeful that domestic loans and those involving club or association trained players under the age of 21 or 23 will not be affected by the rule change.

Non-domestic loans or those involving players over the age of 21 or 23 are likely to be capped at six, seven or eight, but that would not cause Chelsea huge problems.

With clubs likely to be given more than a year to fall in line with the rule change, until the 2020-21 season, Chelsea believe they could make adjustments to make sure they fulfil the new criteria without having to offload a large number of players.

Chelsea currently have 39 players out on loan, but a large number of them are club or associated-trained players aged under 23 or 21 and 20 of them are currently playing in England. The matter will be discussed in February, with Fifa aiming to have the new rules in place in March, ahead of their implementation for the start of the 2020-21 campaign.

 

That's very good news but I have no doubt than sooner or later, just shifting the players this side of the English Channel will not suffice to satisfy some stupid FIFA regulations. I rather think that they will try until they manage to completely illegalize our loan system. Man I hate regulation and I hate FIFA.

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Crazy to think that, this time 3 seasons ago, we were talking about him being our biggest talent and probably breaking into the team the following season. His loans to all the English teams have not worked out, so good move. He had a brilliant season at Vitesse. Awful spell at Leeds and Sheffield Wednesday. Below average spells at Middlesbrough too. A shame because 5 years ago he won the young player of the year and had a brilliant goal record from midfield. Was scoring for fun. Very unique in fact he is ambidextrous.

That Chelsea Youth twitter page who puts so much devoted time into the academy is probably Lewis Baker's biggest supporter and always saw him as an outstanding talent. If he was integrated into the team after his Vitesse spell, we may of had a total different situation but we will never know...

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21 hours ago, Stats said:

 Very unique in fact he is ambidextrous.

 

ambipedal

ambidextrous means 2-handed 

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