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Jason

Tiemoue Bakayoko

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1 hour ago, manpe said:

€40m option to buy? Daaaamn, that's awesome... But I'm wary whether they are willing to pay it once they see how useless he really is.

I think Baka could do well in the serie A cause the football is slow and you have more time on the ball aswell 

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3 minutes ago, the wes said:

I noticed against huddersfield Kante was getting into the box alot sarri could push Kante into the next level and make him into a even better player the only problem with that trio Jorginho - Kovacic - Kante is they are not strong in the air 

thats true but as long as they keep the ball on the ground more often that wont be an issue long term, but i get what you're saying, we always had tall players in midfield, this a new time of change.

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3 minutes ago, the wes said:

I noticed against huddersfield Kante was getting into the box alot sarri could push Kante into the next level and make him into a even better player the only problem with  Jorginho - Kovacic - Kante is they are not strong in the air 

Yeah but I think Sarri after the game that we ain't a physical side...but I believe as an Italian that understands and values the need for tactical aspect of the game...they works on physical aspect of the game...cos in premier league most midtable to lower teams will always frustrate the hell outta of you by going really hard and physical against you...

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4 minutes ago, eemanyooel said:

Yeah but I think Sarri after the game that we ain't a physical side...but I believe as an Italian that understands and values the need for tactical aspect of the game...they works on physical aspect of the game...cos in premier league most midtable to lower teams will always frustrate the hell outta of you by going really hard and physical against you...

The thuggish physical tactics are slowly dying a death in the PL, out of the 6 teams that have come up in the last two seasons only Cardiff really fall into that category and even they will likely tone it down once Warnock gets the boot.

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16 minutes ago, Tomo said:

The thuggish physical tactics are slowly dying a death in the PL, out of the 6 teams that have come up in the last two seasons only Cardiff really fall into that category and even they will likely tone it down once Warnock gets the boot.

Yeah true but again, some games that sort of more physical powerful player would be useful (obviously if he had the technical side too), Pogba overrated maybe but he has that good blend of physical and technical qualities. Liverpool have Fabinho as well who has that sort of mix. It would be helpful in some games. Even your European games your Atletico Madrids, Bayern Munichs, all those teams have got a bit of that. The newly promoted teams are all changing too but there will be some games where its a bit of a scrap and having somebody who is a bit bigger and bit stronger as well as good enough with the ball etc would help.   

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What's the point including a 'to buy option' at the end of this loan. Nobody in their right mind is going to buy this donkey.

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30 minutes ago, DDA said:

What's the point including a 'to buy option' at the end of this loan. Nobody in their right mind is going to buy this donkey.

Don't sell him, people moan. Set ourselves up with the potential to sell, people also moan. :lol: 

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36 minutes ago, DDA said:

What's the point including a 'to buy option' at the end of this loan. Nobody in their right mind is going to buy this donkey.

They are taking him on loan, if he does well they will sign him. Not exactly rocket science.

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18 minutes ago, Pizy said:

Hopefully he kills it in Milan so we can wash our hands of him.

BUT what IF he does well and the club decide to give him another opportunity?

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Just now, Jason said:

BUT what IF he does well and the club decide to give him another opportunity?

We have Jorginho, RLC, Barkley, (maybe) Kovačić and FUCKIN NGOLO KANTE, all better than him for our system no matter how he does there. :D

Milan have shitty midfield, he will play there for sure. 

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BUT what IF he does well and the club decide to give him another opportunity?
Sure there will be a set price to buy. He's only coming back if he flops.

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2 hours ago, the wes said:

I noticed against huddersfield Kante was getting into the box alot sarri could push Kante into the next level and make him into a even better player the only problem with  Jorginho - Kovacic - Kante is they are not strong in the air 

mmm i'd rather see somebody else getting in the box than Kante  , when sarri gets things sorted out hopefully we see CFC play more attacking footie and see only 1 dm with 2 attacking minded cm, with the lb and /or rb being involved differently,tho depending on other teams we will look to be more flexible now and grow + adapt!

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I had all the faith Maurizio Sarri would come and bin this man. Need Milan to buy him outright next season, one of the worst purchases I've ever seen alongside Danny Drinkwater. 

Goodbye and good-riddance. 

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6 hours ago, Jason said:

Don't sell him, people moan. Set ourselves up with the potential to sell, people also moan. :lol: 

I'm not moaning? I just don't believe that any club in their right mind would buy him after what we witnessed. I'm surprised he has even got a loan deal.

6 hours ago, Polo7 said:

They are taking him on loan, if he does well they will sign him. Not exactly rocket science.

Well done clever clogs. You have earned yourself a golden sticker.

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4 minutes ago, DDA said:

I'm not moaning? I just don't believe that any club in their right mind would buy him after what we witnessed. I'm surprised he has even got a loan deal.

No one said this world doesn't have crazy people on it. :ph34r:

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4 hours ago, Jason said:

No one said this world doesn't have crazy people on it. :ph34r:

Its the craziness that makes life interesting.

Are we subsidizing his wages? I read that there was no way they could meet his salary.

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BAKAYOKO SET FOR AC MILAN

Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko will complete his loan switch to AC Milan on Monday having arrived in Italy, reports Gazzetta dello Sport.

The Frenchman struggled to establish himself at Stamford Bridge last season following a big-money move from Monaco.

He will join the Rossoneri for €5m on loan with an option to buy for a further €35m.

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