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The Skipper

9. Álvaro Morata

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Cesc Fabregas wants Alvaro Morata to start converting his assists having missed three

‘So far I’ve given him three [assists] and he hasn’t scored them! I told him on Saturday that he puts away all except mine,’ Fabregas told Spanish radio station Onda Cero.

‘Against Stoke I gave him two passes and he missed with only the keeper left to beat. I hope on Wednesday we get a better understanding!’



Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2017/09/25/cesc-fabregas-gives-message-to-alvaro-morata-after-the-chelsea-striker-fails-to-convert-three-assists-6954591/#ixzz4tnUZsgaX

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7 minutes ago, the wes said:

Morata can marry my daughter with my blessing if he keeps scoring goals for Chelsea 😂😂😂

He's a young, fit, multimillionaire with dark Latin looks. Given half a chance, I doubt your daughter would give you much say in the matter. 😊😊

Fortunately, or is that unfortunately, my daughters are spoken for. 😊

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2 hours ago, El P. said:

Yep, Henry explained how difficult that finish was perfectly. The finish was the most outstanding part of the goal, difficult to execute. What I’m finding is that Alvaro is very efficient in his shots - so it’ll be interesting to see whether he can go up a level in the future and maybe grab like 40 goals in a season - that’s what he should be aiming for, he has the capabilities to. We just need to get creators in the team with him (Hazard, Cesc). Seems like the speed of the PL might actually suit his development as a player perfectly. 

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Alvaro Morata: "I am happy with my start in the Premier League but I can do better."

‘I had two chances at the end of the game against Stoke [but didn’t take them].

‘I also need to improve my physical condition to be as good as possible.’


 
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Fernando Torres reveals he gave Alvaro Morata advice before signing for Chelsea

‘I spoke with him (Morata) before he joined Chelsea and told him I would be always on the phone if he needed any advice or if I could help him,’ said Torres.

‘Looking at the start he has made it doesn’t look like he needs any advice at all – already he is playing well and scoring goals.

‘Chelsea have one of the best strikers in Europe – and I am sure he is going to win trophies with them.’

 

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His heading ability is just sublime. Such a big plus to have a striker who can pull off headers like this. It makes us so much more dangerous on crosses, something we lacked before.

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Alvaro suffers the goalkeepers by his intelligence + his fucking coolness in the penalty area. Except that he's a sadochist when he tries to speak in English. Just take your time it will come little by little ( what is obvious and obvious, he's better than some who have stayed for years here without making an effort to learn the language)

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He loves the champions league.

Now obviously he was always going to look better in european competitions than in the league. It's more similar to what he's used to be playing. But he always showed up for this competition wether it was for Juve or Real.

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Best all round performance in the shirt so far. Wasn't bullied off the ball like he had been at times in the PL, held it extremely well at times and showed he has got the strength to hold off players like Godin and Lucas, which by no means necessary are push overs. He also has got excellent pace at times, he doesn't look quick but he has shown in the last few games he can shift. This is him only just getting started here, wait to he's had a few more months here he'll be completely used to the system and league, I can see him becoming a firm fans favourite here.

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