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Tiemoue Bakayoko

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5 hours ago, Vesper said:

 

hehe, Bakayoko my man doesn't take shit from Gattuso. 

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I don't think we have to worry about him. Ban or no ban. 

His limited technical ability is something Sarri won't tolerate. Hence the loan in the first place. He'll either stay at Milan or receive the Drinkwater treatment. 

Either way, just poor investment yet again. Could've worked under Conte, but no way with Sarri's style. 

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First he missed the training, then insulted Gatusso and on top of all been crap for the last few games.

He definately isnt staying in milan. 

This dude could actualy pull it off as good midfielder regardless of the lack in technique, but he doesnt have a brain. No chance he will get anywhere near Sarri team.

So either we sell/loan elsewhere for much less than what we paid for him or he will rot in reserves.

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Although the last couple of week's 'indiscretions' will put question marks over his attitude, this loan has been overall a big positive in rebuilding his reputation.

I don't think he is anywhere near technically good enough to play under Sarri, and many Chelsea fans are still having nightmares now of his performances last season but with a bit of luck there will be interested parties this summer prepared to buy him and we can recoup the vast majority of our original outlay on him.

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His technical ability is the main reason why Sarri didn't bother with him. Probably saw the amount of poor first touches in dangerous positions and just threw his fag, looked at Zola and said "ship him"

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2 hours ago, MoroccanBlue said:

His technical ability is the main reason why Sarri didn't bother with him. Probably saw the amount of poor first touches in dangerous positions and just threw his fag, looked at Zola and said "ship him"

you can watch him live now

http://www.sportnews.to/events/2019/serie-a-milan-vs-frosinone-s3/#

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“We give priority to Chelsea” – Agent hints player could be at Stamford Bridge next season

http://sportwitness.co.uk/give-priority-chelsea-agent-hints-player-stamford-bridge-next-season/

Tiémoué Bakayoko’s season long loan to AC Milan was a rollercoaster which ended in something of a crash.

The Chelsea owned midfielder started off slowly and couldn’t find his way into the team, failing to impress when he did get on the pitch. There was even talk of trying to send him back during the January transfer window.

Then the Frenchman started to impose himself and gradually became one of the club’s most important players. He was lauded in Milan’s local sport media and the talk changed to hopes of a permanent transfer this summer.

Then he fell out with Gennaro Gattuso and was seen having an argument with his manager on the bench. Ideas of a permanent transfer fell apart, and that’s still the case even though the manager has left.

Screen-Shot-2019-06-08-at-11.27.30-300x1Abdoulaye, Bakayoko’s brother and agent, has been quoted by L’Equipe explaining a Chelsea stay is possible, and something they’re aiming for as an initial option.

The French newspaper quote him as saying: “There are clubs that have informed (of their interest) but we give priority to Chelsea. We are looking for stability.”

 

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Well depending on who comes in to replace Sarri, whatever style of play they want to implenent and whether or not this guy can control a football now, might have a big say.

Really cant see him staying if we try continuing with this more open possession orientated football. Plus we already have Kante, Jorginho, Kovacic (assuming he stays), Ruben, Barkley and Drinkwater although he will probably he leaving. Baka isnt really a sitting midfielder either so really cant see him playing as Jorginhos back up. Or ahead of Kante and our midfield wouldnt be as dangerous with Baka and Kante playing in the same 3 with Jorginho sitting. Ruben when hes back fit has to play as well as the fact Ross and Kovacic have a lot to make up in terms of scoring or assisting goals this next season.

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As eden’s biggest critic - the only one - this sums up the situation perfectly: hazard leaves and bakayoko returns.

let me make my opinion perfectly clear (for posterity :)) drinkwater is twice the player and I still wouldn’t want him/either in the roster.

bakayoko is the worst midfielder I’ve seen at chelsea. Worse than mikel and even Meireles.

the days of purely physical mids are long gone. Bakayoko has no place in modern football (at least not elite) regardless of manager, style, or formation.

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On 09/06/2019 at 0:11 AM, Robchels said:

bakayoko is the worst midfielder I’ve seen at chelsea. Worse than mikel and even Meireles.

Tbf Meireles is Chelsea but also fashion legend! 

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On 2019. 06. 09. at 0:11 AM, Robchels said:

bakayoko is the worst midfielder I’ve seen at chelsea. Worse than mikel and even Meireles.

 

Mikel? Seriously? He played 10 years and almost 400 matches for the club, including many cup finals. Why would you consider him among the worst ones? There was Mineiro, Steve Sidwell, Maniche, Jarosik, Smertin.. Meireles was only here for a season but he was great and Mikel is a great player.

 

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31 minutes ago, nyikolajevics said:

Mikel? Seriously? He played 10 years and almost 400 matches for the club, including many cup finals. Why would you consider him among the worst ones? There was Mineiro, Steve Sidwell, Maniche, Jarosik, Smertin.. Meireles was only here for a season but he was great and Mikel is a great player.

 

Fair enough. I did not say mikel did not play his part. Same with Meireles, but it always baffles me why mikel stayed for so long considering how little playtime he got... always bit parts (consider the time he stayed at the club). Him getting more playtime coincided with our worst moments in that period.

we might have developed 3 different younger players in that time. With likely different levels of success. 

However, the incredible thing is how limited mikel game was. I mean he could do only two very specific things: tackle and pass in very short distances. He had a lot of difficulties with long balls and pretty much every other aspect of the game.

i mean we criticize drinkwater here but that guy is a lot more rounded than mikel (no pun :)). He can shoot score, hit a long ball. Mikel never did any of these things.

still bakayoko can not even control the football, so it’s silly to go on and talk about other aspects of his game. :) 

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