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Which loanees have a future at the club?

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You're quite the dreamer I must say.

:P I still haven't learnt my lesson from the McEachran days.

But hey, I'd rather dream than not. Keeps my hopes for the future high just thinking about if one of all of those players gets a real big chance :L

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Did you guy really watch youth played ?

Ake was at Left side now at Watford and still you guy want him to play at right side ?

and he average player at Watford club and still you really want him to start our XI ( and that goal from Schweinsteiger was his area duty go find the clip how he confuse his position in the box )

This was like Ginkel and Bamford did you guy really watched them played at their loan club ?

Ginkel was became invincible most of the game he played at Stroke

Bemford can't even make a first XI at CRY and CRY Forward was Gayle Chamakh Wickham Did 3 of them better than Remy ?

this was like last season when someone told me that Mceachran can replace Lampard even he wasn't be a first XI at Championship team -.-

This is not a computer game that we send 11 youth and conquer the Trophies. It's reality

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Nathan - Vitesse, comfirmed

Christensen - another year Borussia Mönchengladbach 

Perica - sold to Udinese

 Musonda is likely to stay at Betis as they have an option to keep him there. 

Salah is likely to sign for Roma, Cuadrado may return to Chelsea.

 

Personally, I would sell Moses, Blackman, Wallace, Swift, Salah, Piazon, Omeruo, Kalas, Delac, Cuevas, Bamford, Djilobodji and Atsu. 

Aké, Baker, Cuadrado and Van Ginkel are the ones I would bring back. Maybe Solanke too.

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salah defiantly needs to go, he doesn't have a place at chelsea..so does moses and pretty much all the players you listed tho i still rate piazon even though its hard to get into the chelsea squad for the youngsters  especially in the attacking third as we have alot of talent ..i have high hope for cuadrado just because its conte and i feel like cuadrado can be a great squad player with him and willian fighting it out week in week out and he can be used for cup comps without chelsea sacrificing for the sake of another competition... \

 

kenedy i would like to think is ready for first team action when hazard needs to come off or to replace hazard in fa cups or league cups.

 

we badly need to sell some loanees, moses and salah 100% need to be gone 

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7 hours ago, nyikolajevics said:

Nathan - Vitesse, comfirmed

Christensen - another year Borussia Mönchengladbach 

Perica - sold to Udinese

 Musonda is likely to stay at Betis as they have an option to keep him there. 

Salah is likely to sign for Roma, Cuadrado may return to Chelsea.

 

Personally, I would sell Moses, Blackman, Wallace, Swift, Salah, Piazon, Omeruo, Kalas, Delac, Cuevas, Bamford, Djilobodji and Atsu. 

Aké, Baker, Cuadrado and Van Ginkel are the ones I would bring back. Maybe Solanke too.

Snap mate I agree with everything you said mate what about izzy Brown and Todd Kane what would u do with them ?? 

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3 hours ago, the wes said:

Snap mate I agree with everything you said mate what about izzy Brown and Todd Kane what would u do with them ?? 

I think Brown should go on loan for sure. His first full season in pro football was not a success but he is a talented lad and he can still improve a lot. Maybe a Championship side would be nice for him.

 

Kane suffered a serious knee injury(ACL), he won't be available for long months. Probably the best for him is to stay at Chelsea to recover and get stronger, maybe train with the first team, then we'll se in january. He had a very nice season before his injury.

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11 hours ago, nyikolajevics said:

I think Brown should go on loan for sure. His first full season in pro football was not a success but he is a talented lad and he can still improve a lot. Maybe a Championship side would be nice for him.

 

 

I agree with loan Brown out to championship team we should loan out most are youth players to championship teams that's only way they are going to learn about the english game 

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With Brexit it should be good news for British players.


In a couple of years, average European players will find it harder to join our clubs, as they will probably need to apply for work permits, as non-Europeans do, which will or not be granted, no automatic permit granted.


We need to hold on to our younger players, as a large amount of them are English.

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38 minutes ago, Fulham Broadway said:

With Brexit it should be good news for British players.


In a couple of years, average European players will find it harder to join our clubs, as they will probably need to apply for work permits, as non-Europeans do, which will or not be granted, no automatic permit granted.


We need to hold on to our younger players, as a large amount of them are English.

http://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/683025/Brexit-Why-Premier-League-clubs-unable-sign-foreign-players-under-age-of-18-News-Gossip 

Read that mate 

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Just as the PL was set to be a top dog for decades this happens.

If Brexit was put in place five years ago we couldn't have signed Kurt Zouma, Andreas Christensen and Charley Musonda, three players I'm hoping have a great impact with us.

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13 hours ago, Fulham Broadway said:

With Brexit it should be good news for British players.


In a couple of years, average European players will find it harder to join our clubs, as they will probably need to apply for work permits, as non-Europeans do, which will or not be granted, no automatic permit granted.


We need to hold on to our younger players, as a large amount of them are English.

Who knows what'll happen, but it is the ambition of the Brexiteers to remain members of the Common Market. Under current rules, that would mean a continuation of the freedom to work in any member state. Of course on that score the Brexiteers want to have their cake and to eat it too; they want tariff-free access to the market, but they don't want to accept the free movement of peoples, or the regulations and standards that go with it. For the sake of what will be left of our country, we can only hope that they are right, and that they will be able to negotiate at least some of what they want.

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