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1 minute ago, the wes said:

Playing a two man midfield with fabregas in it makes are midfield weak teams run through are midfield when fabregas playing in a two man midfield fabregas better in three man midfield 

fabregas is pure shit :) agains big teams... we need cm who can run.. 

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Just now, !Hazard! said:

Stop playing Fabregas in a midfield two ffs! What's the Italian word for masochism

Masochismo?

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I wouldnt blame Morata too much. He isnt a winger, and Alonso was woeful (he is supposed to support him). 
Moses/Willian showed like no penetration, only short passes between each other.
Alonso was just not there, I barely saw him all game. 
Fabregas did nothing that Matic couldnt have done, while Matic could have done a lot that Fabregas cant do. 

Fabregas, Willian, Cahill, Alonso and Moses are players that rely on performances of those next to them. They are supporting players, not stars. It is extremely visible today, but also during last season. The sooner we move on from them the better. 

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I dont see anything impressive from Boga, just holds ball  too much and loses it.

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