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Captain Ahmed

Fernando Llorente

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Is it more embarrassing for us or for Michy that he cost more than Diego Costa and Eden Hazard yet has to go out on loan half way through his first season here?

If he is to go on loan, though, I wish it were to a better club than Swansea. At least send him to a club like West Ham who can maybe take points off our rivals with Michy playing for them. He'll get shit service and be surrounded by shit players at Swansea.

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MAYBE this palava just might teach whoever was responsible for bringing Bats in that the manager should get a veto.

Us swapping over a £32mill player for one thats @ £10mill is fuckin bad business if bothing else.and I hope Romans asking some questions. Unless of course it was his idea. Nah!

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Don't think this would be bad business IMO. Bats has potential, I think we can all see. He needs consistent minutes which he just will not get with Costa in front of him. Costa isn't getting any younger, however, and still think he'll be off to Spain eventually. Might as well lets Bats get a lot of minutes for a side who desperately need it and Llorente can deputize for the handful of games we need him to this season. 

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38 minutes ago, BoyBlue96 said:

It's done.

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lol

Not sure if photoshopped or real

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14 minutes ago, BoyBlue96 said:

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(I did fall for it on Twitter though.)

I can't fault you for that. It's pretty good.

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Certainly a strange one. Llorente seems pretty similar to Diego in an strong aggressive type of striker, Bats is more quick run behind the defender type. Llorente must be coming in as a direct back up for Diego and we'll keep the same style and formation this season. If Bats goes the other way, a good few minutes to adapt to the PL can't be bad.

Strange one but surely we need to have trust in Antonio 

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6 minutes ago, gadget said:

Certainly a strange one. Llorente seems pretty similar to Diego in an strong aggressive type of striker, Bats is more quick run behind the defender type. Llorente must be coming in as a direct back up for Diego and we'll keep the same style and formation this season. If Bats goes the other way, a good few minutes to adapt to the PL can't be bad.

Strange one but surely we need to have trust in Antonio 

I don't really see it as strange. Llorente looks really good for Swansea. We need somebody who can do a job.

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On 2017. 01. 08. at 3:17 PM, Styles said:

Who the hell said anything about having a team full of ballon d'or winners?

Do you really think the only two options are world class players or the Alonso's of this world and with absolutely nothing in between?

Alonso is a good soldier. Not a world class but definetly a player we can use in the squad. Llorente would be like him too. 

 

Llorente could be a dangerous weapon. If we have to score and the other team parks the bus he can go in the box and the wingers can feed him with crosses. Also, if we have to protect the score he can come in and help a lot at corners.

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He will be our Giroud. We are lacking a proper target man, he'll provide some further tactical options (i.e. when we need to play hoof ball or defend set-pieces). I welcome any signing sanctioned by Conte and he would obviously be his choice.

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1 hour ago, manpe said:

He will be our Giroud. We are lacking a proper target man, he'll provide some further tactical options (i.e. when we need to play hoof ball or defend set-pieces). I welcome any signing sanctioned by Conte and he would obviously be his choice.

Exactly. His presence could help us against teams like tottenham and Liverpool who press the hell out of our midfield and back 3, making it so difficult to hold the ball. We can just get the ball straight to llorente and build up our attack from the final third. With costa close to him for linkups and hazard behind picking up second balls. 

 

Costa llorente 

Hazard 

Ake Matic Kante Moses

Cahill Luiz Azpi 

This tactical option wouldn't be necessary if every one of our back 3 and midfielders  are good on the ball and can hold the ball under pressure but we know how Cahill, Azpi, Matic and kante buckle under pressure now so llorente can help with this problem. 

 

 

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32 minutes ago, LDN Blue said:

I remember a time where Negredo, Llorente and Soldado were some of La Liga's best strikers :lol: 

Me 2 which is crazy as all three are 31 years old. The same age all-time great finishers like Drogba, Klinsmann, Fowler, Lamps, Toni and many more had their highest scoring years...

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Well he will feel at home with Pedro missing sitters like this (scroll down)

Chelsea close to next transfer deal: Blues hope to announce arrival in next few days

FERNANDO LLORENTE is closing on a move to Chelsea.

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/577472/Chelsea-transfer-news-Fernando-Llorente-deal-close

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