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Just now, communicate said:

Lol and lol and lol. Selling ineacho is like when we sell Bertrand traore. I don't even discuss them. Because they are not important player

Zavaleta, clichy and sagna are release for free because they are too old. Do I need to explain about us losing Gary Cahill or John Terry. 

Lol if city sell Aguero, kdb, Fernandinho or any of their key player then we can talk. Honestly, there is no point of arguing anymore. 

So now you've gone from they're not selling anyone, to they aren't important players.  Nice deflection. :lol:

And you're still wrong. 

Iheanacho had the same role as Jesus. 

Fernando had the same role as Gundogan. 

Clichy, Zabaleta, and Kalorov had the same role as Danilo, Mendy, and Walker...which were starter roles. 

Nolito had the same role as B.Silva. 

These are key players that City upgraded on. Because they utilised their funds effectively. What did we do? Overspent on average players which did nothing but made us worse. 

 

 

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Campos would be a good move although I still think, as seen with Monchi at Roma, it is not guaranteed to work. Theres a lot of parameters which need to be looked at.

1) progession for young players to the first 11/18 man squad and developing them more in house as opposed to out on loan

2) signing the right profile of players for the philosophy Sarri is trying to implenent.

3) the actual working relationship with Sarri and the rest of the board. Will be the biggest one for me, how will they manage it.

4) short and long term planning, weve alwaya focused on 1 or 2 years down the line and competing without also thinking more long term. The likes of Christensen, CHO and RLC are proof of that, they should have been used more regularly this season (Sarris first season, RLCs back hasnt helped and managers lack of rotation) but hopefully next year they feature a lot sooner on a regular basis and will have shown Sarri he can lean on them more, similarly like Christensen showed Conte last season for a good few months before struggling.

5) signing ready made players as well as younger ones. Another big issue I think. No point flooding our 18 with just young guys because weve seen how demanding the PL is and having players in their best years is also very helpful, look at our team under Jose, Cesc, Hazard, Costa all very established players already by then. We need that balance. Even Liverpool and City, guys who are very established and experienced have helped their new guys settle in while remaining competitive.

 

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11 minutes ago, Vesper said:

Chelsea targeted by three groups in £2.5bn race to buy club with US and Asian-based groups keen and Britain's richest man Jim Ratcliffe interested

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-6919569/Chelsea-targeted-three-groups-2-5bn-race-buy-club.html

Worrying times if it's any of those 2 based groups as they will will probably try to make this a business. Why aren't we linked to the Arab I don't understand, the Glazers won't sell and we're located in London.

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23 hours ago, Nicco said:

Worrying times if it's any of those 2 based groups as they will will probably try to make this a business. Why aren't we linked to the Arab I don't understand, the Glazers won't sell and we're located in London.

Absolutely.

No doubt our board have made mistakes and changes do need to be made, but actually replacing Abramovich is a huge call and sometimes it's better the devil you know.

Even in recent seasons Abramovich has still sanctioned big moves in the transfer market. It's a completely different discussion that most have not worked out.

With the money being pumped into English football currently, more foreign investors are viewing the clubs as a potential cash cow. 

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CIES Football Observatory

n°260 - 29/04/2019

Demography

RB Leipzig signed its footballers at the youngest age

http://www.football-observatory.com/IMG/sites/b5wp/2018/260/en/

The 260th edition of the CIES Football Observatory Weekly Post analyses the age at which players fielded during this season in 24 European top divisions were signed by their clubs of employment. Academy graduates are not included in the sample. RB Leipzig recruited its footballers at the youngest age (21.43 years on average), while MKE Ankaragücü signed them at the oldest one (29.28 years).

The second and third lowest values for age at recruitment at big-5 league level were registered for two other teams with a transfer strategy clearly focused on the signing of young talents: Real Madrid (21.95 years on average) and Olympique Lyonnais (22.64 years). Many other very competitive teams are in the top 20 positions of the rankings. At the opposite end of the table is Parma (27.35 years).

CSKA Moskva is the club from the 19 further European top divisions surveyed that signed its squad members at the youngest age: 21.9 years on average. The Russian side outranks the club having fielded so far the youngest footballers in domestic league games during current season: FC Nordsjælland (see Demographic Atlas). At third position is RB Salzburg, ahead of five Dutch and two Belgian teams.

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Average age at recruitment

Players fielded in domestic league matches since the start of the season - Not including academy graduates

Youngest, Big-5 leagues

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Oldest, Big-5 leagues

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LOLOLOL

Whoever is running Chels promo shite is fucking numpty

these are from a brand new official club email we just got

notice the ADIDAS kits, roflmaoooooooooooooooooooooooo

smdh, what a bunch of amateurs

 

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