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Tiemoué Bakayoko

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On 10/07/2017 at 4:37 PM, Special Juan said:

Some saying he hasn't signed because he failed blood tests.

need to make sure he will bleed blue

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Won't believe it until they say that Bakayoko is going to be injured until October. 

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On 11/07/2017 at 0:07 PM, Special Juan said:

EDIT: He's at Cobham right now under going medical tests.

 

7 hours ago, xPetrCechx said:

Bakayoko will complete his Chelsea medical tomorrow and, all being well, sign his contract. Finally!! #cfc
 

Who is lying?

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On 3/31/2017 at 8:27 AM, kellzfresh said:

A lot of people don't know why we are okay with Bakayoko. 

Look at us this season, since we changed to a 3-4-3, we have beaten the smaller teams in the league with more ease than anyone else. We don't have any problem of creativity against smaller teams. 

But against the big teams, we were defensively opened up a lot against mancity, we were bullied by Tottenham’s pressing in two games against them especially in the first half. Pressing is our weakness. That is the problem we need to solve next season, because it will come in every game in the Champions League. We need more players in our back seven in the 3-4-3 to be able to cope with pressing. To be able to hold the ball under pressure, and dribble out and get the ball straight to hazard. Passing doesn't work as effectively as dribbling against high pressing, and fabregas being poor under pressure is proof of my point. I am not saying passing isn't important, I'm just saying when being pressed, the ability to dribble out of the jam is more important. The best of both worlds would have been Verratti, but it's unrealistic. 

What we need is to remove 2-3 players who are weak against pressing and too one footed (Matic, Alonso) for guys who can dribble past players (nainggolan/Bakayoko Alex.sandro/Mendy) and we'll start beating tottenhams/Liverpool/manutd press more often.

People who watched essien know how crucial this type of midfielders are in the team.  

As I go through this thread again, this is one of the best posts made. You all should take this in, its precisely why Bakayoko is heading to the Bridge

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11 minutes ago, Amblève. said:

Dude's apparently had so many medicals here that we should be able to build our own Bakayoko with all the knowledge we've gathered about him.

He hasn't actually had a medical yet,chelsea have only just pulled there finger out to agree a fee.

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2 minutes ago, BluesMadLad said:

He hasn't actually had a medical yet,chelsea have only just pulled there finger out to agree a fee.

I totally thought he was doing at least one medical every day for the past 2 months at Cobham.

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Would be awesome if it turns out all these reports about him not being fit are false and he'll be ready straight away. Will be quite an anticlimax if we don't even get to see him on the pitch in a Chelsea shirt for the first month or whatever of the season. Then even when he's over the injury he'll need weeks to catch up to the rest of the group. Meanwhile we'll have some very touch matches that we need him in.

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3 minutes ago, Pizy said:

Would be awesome if it turns out all these reports about him not being fit are false and he'll be ready straight away. Will be quite an anticlimax if we don't even get to see him on the pitch in a Chelsea shirt for the first month or whatever of the season. Then even when he's over the injury he'll need weeks to catch up to the rest of the group. Meanwhile we'll have some very touch matches that we need him in.

so stupid to buy him if thats right....

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