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The Skipper

Álvaro Morata

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11 hours ago, LAM09 said:

I don't want him back either, but Atletico should pay up now as reports are suggesting. Make a sizeable loss and give Michy a proper chance.

 

Would be very good mate

1 hour ago, 11Drogba said:

Some managers too.

Most def my man

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29 minutes ago, BXL70 said:

Then we have only one striker in Giroud?

Michy and Abraham

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52 minutes ago, NikkiCFC said:

Still best striker in our books. 

Probably the most technically gifted but definitely the least suited.

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Still the most overhyped striker on our books. 

 

Fixed

 

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3 hours ago, NikkiCFC said:

Still best striker in our books. 

He chokes 8/10 times. Gets bullied around.

He may be the most talented, but his realisation is worse than Giroud. So he is hardly our best striker. 

All in all, whats most important with every striker is fear factor. Morata has none of that.

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Chelsea and Atletico Madrid have today agreed terms for the permanent transfer of Alvaro Morata.

Morata, who is on loan until the end of the 2019/20 season, will now join Atletico in a permanent switch after two years as a Chelsea player, in which he scored 24 times in 72 appearances.

 
 
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Yup the reason why these types of buys are always low risk. 

You can have a resale value. 

Buys like drinkwater have no resale value what soever. 

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2 minutes ago, Fernando said:

Yup the reason why these types of buys are always low risk. 

You can have a resale value. 

Buys like drinkwater have no resale value what soever. 

We be lucky to get £15m for Drinkwater 

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