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Special Juan

4. Cesc Fàbregas

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5 hours ago, Unionjack said:

I really do love the lad and it saddens me watching him just getting further past his best. Theres no doubting he still has a touch about him and is great at reading plays.

But I'm afraid that unless somehow Sarri (?) can bring something extra out of him we need to upgrade to Cescy MK II.

It should be by far our top priority.

Yeah, a new controller and a right sided forward should be priorities. 

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59 minutes ago, The Skipper said:

Yeah, a new controller and a right sided forward should be priorities. 

Plus I do think a striker. We still dont have a good one even if Bats is around. I'm all for letting him stay on with Giroud or even Morata IF Sarri can get into his head.

Wouldn't you give your left dangley for Icardi or Lewa? I know I'd donate mine.

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Fabregas on Harry Kane -

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'He is the complete striker, I really like Harry Kane. He is probably the best striker in the Premier League.

I think now he is ready to go to a proper big club.'

 

:D

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On 28/05/2018 at 4:49 AM, The Skipper said:

Yeah, a new controller and a right sided forward should be priorities. 

In a perfect world those would be either Thiago  from Bayern or Pjanic from Juve for PMCMF, and for RW Leon Bailey from Bayer Leverkusen or Malcom from Bordeaux. I am not holding my breath.:(

   
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I think Sarri will breath a new lease of life into him. There is plenty left that Cesc can offer in a more offensive team. 

Also with Jorginho coming and Kante, a 3 man MF with Cesc being given a chance to play further up could be an excellent option. Yes it would be lightweight but when we are chasing games or against smaller teams? Absolutely, why not? 

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I think Sarri will breath a new lease of life into him. There is plenty left that Cesc can offer in a more offensive team. 
Also with Jorginho coming and Kante, a 3 man MF with Cesc being given a chance to play further up could be an excellent option. Yes it would be lightweight but when we are chasing games or against smaller teams? Absolutely, why not? 
I wouldn't mind Fab as a rotational player one bit. Kante, Jorginho, Cesc would obliterate all smaller bus parking teams. Golovin to play in tougher games with Fabregas a super sub. Question is would he accept this role? There are plenty of minutes to play across the season, so hopefully yes.

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I like Cesc and think he could still do a job for us but keeping him wouldn`t be the best for the long term good of Chelsea..for next season alone yes.but with those games in the Europa cup,Milk cup etc...I think it would be better to play Barkley/RLC  etc.. for me this upcoming season we could do a lot of good for our longterm future by giving our youngsters a chance over players winding down their careers in top flight football. 

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I wouldn't mind Fab as a rotational player one bit. Kante, Jorginho, Cesc would obliterate all smaller bus parking teams. Golovin to play in tougher games with Fabregas a super sub. Question is would he accept this role? There are plenty of minutes to play across the season, so hopefully yes.

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I changed my mind, this rat thinks he is better than he is. Get rid.

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And just to remind everyone, this guy is on £200k a week wages, making him one of top5 highest paid midfielders in the league

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On 12/07/2018 at 9:28 PM, OneMoSalah said:

We need to stop thinking like a second rate club and thinking of offloading good players purely for wages. Cesc still has plenty to offer here, Jorginho coming in gives us a proper controlling midfielder and frees him up to do the more offensive stuff hes good at. Even if Cesc is a bench player and comes on as an impact sub he got like 12 assists the first year under Conte doing that, it makes absolutely no sense to offload him especially now we've got an offensive minded manager coming in and a controlling midfielder to take the burden off Cesc in terms of dictating games from a deeper position, it will give him a chance to get closer to Eden, Morata, the other offensive players and combine with them as well as get into the box. Also do you think Sarri comes in, knowing hes got a player with Cesc Fabregas' skill set and bins him instantly? No chance. 

do u think cesc will be happy sitting around being a squad player I doubt that very much 

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I don`t see Jorginho taking his spot.he`s taken Bakayoko`s spot. have hopefully Golovin and Barkley compete for the other spot..Cesc if he stays..Golovin could get enough games filling in at all 3 CM positions over the course of the season. 

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