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Blusan Alamb

44. Ethan Ampadu

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25 minutes ago, Unionjack said:

ONE DOWN!! CHO and Eden now!!

Really hope the kid has some great games coming up

True Blue Ampadu ready to keep learning and working

https://www.chelseafc.com/en/news/2018/9/19/true-blue-ampadu-ready-to-keep-learning-and-working

Ethan Ampadu signs five-year Chelsea contract extension

https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11668/11502060/ethan-ampadu-signs-five-year-chelsea-contract-extension

Now EDEN.

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If Barca can field a 17 Y O......err that was Messi, and Milan can field a 16 Y O Keeper Donnarumma, we can field a 18 YO CB instead of Luiz.

I just rate this kid so highly, if he's good enough, he's old enough.

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44 minutes ago, bigbluewillie said:

If Barca can field a 17 Y O......err that was Messi, and Milan can field a 16 Y O Keeper Donnarumma, we can field a 18 YO CB instead of Luiz.

I just rate this kid so highly, if he's good enough, he's old enough.

I think the main problem we have is do we concentrate efforts to use him as a CB or DPM?

With Jorgi here for awhile he wont see much time there. It seems Rudi will be here awhile too. Which only leaved Luiz spot.

And if the reports are right then we will be going against the grain and giving him a longer term contract.

It means we have 2 great young CBs both worthy starters in many games, trying to kick Luiz out.

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Just been chatting at home and me dad tells me Ethan and CHO are still classified as education class so they cant train with the 1st team?

I always thought they had been training as Ive seen pictures of Ethan in training

Or is it only if hes selected for a game?

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9 hours ago, Unionjack said:

Just been chatting at home and me dad tells me Ethan and CHO are still classified as education class so they cant train with the 1st team?

I always thought they had been training as Ive seen pictures of Ethan in training

Or is it only if hes selected for a game?

Bulka, Ampadu and CHO train with the first team always, unless they are playing for the u21's in the next 3 days or some.

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Chelsea star Ethan Ampadu hobbles off for Wales against Spain in frustrating injury blow for teenager

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/7474765/ethan-ampadu-injury-wales-spain-chelsea/

CHELSEA and Wales starlet Ethan Ampadu hobbled off in his country's friendly with Spain.

The 18-year-old came off after falling awkwardly in a challenge and was replaced by Andy King after 50 minutes.

Ampadu has been in fine form for the Welsh this season, especially in their 4-1 win over Ireland.

But he has found game-time hard to come by at Chelsea as Maurizio Sarri continues to overhaul their midfield with new boys Jorginho and Mateo Kovacic breathing fresh energy into the middle of the park.

 

Ryan Giggs has one eye on Tuesday's clash with Ireland in Dublin, where Wales can keep alive their hopes of Nations League promotion and put the Irish in danger of relegation to League C.

Ampadu was class against the Irish in Cardiff and bossed the middle of the park before being substituted.

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Derby and Aston Villa are reportedly interested in taking him on loan. Should we? I would be interested to know how he would cope with regular playing. Either Lamps or JT could take him under his wing, which I wouldn't mind at all considering in defence AC and GC are ahead in pecking order and our midfield is stacked. He will barely play for us this season.

 

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6 minutes ago, manpe said:

Derby and Aston Villa are reportedly interested in taking him on loan. Should we? I would be interested to know how he would cope with regular playing. Either Lamps or JT could take him under his wing, which I wouldn't mind at all considering in defence AC and GC are ahead in pecking order and our midfield is stacked. He will barely play for us this season.

 

for Ampadu's development as a player its imperative that he plays more games, so this loan move makes a lot of sense for both parties, he can learn a lot from working under one of our legends. Cheers

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If he's has to go anywhere, please go to Derby with Lamps.

I love this kid I think he's good enough to be replacing Luiz now.

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Frankly Villa might be equally as interesting as Derby, Mount is a lampard-esque player and Ampadu could be a Terry-esque player. Derby is a wonderful breeding ground it seems for young players, but might the opportunity to work with JT be too much to pass up? Either way, he simply must go on loan in January to continue to develop.

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Even with Frank there he’d be unlikely to start at Derby, who have captain Keogh and Tomori as an established CB partnership. Villa have a similar set up with their captain James Chester alongside Tuanzebe. 

 

Maybe he could he playing midfield - but I still prefer him at CB

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6 hours ago, manpe said:

Derby and Aston Villa are reportedly interested in taking him on loan. Should we? I would be interested to know how he would cope with regular playing. Either Lamps or JT could take him under his wing, which I wouldn't mind at all considering in defence AC and GC are ahead in pecking order and our midfield is stacked. He will barely play for us this season.

 

That Gary Cahill is ahead of him is madness .Literally. Cahill is a fucking spent force, who, if we have to rely on in a big game, is going to be roasted alive. He and AC together were a shambolic pairing. I cannot take much more of this 'old and shit slow but experienced' trumps youth with incredible talent rot.

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That Gary Cahill is ahead of him is madness .Literally. Cahill is a fucking spent force, who, if we have to rely on in a big game, is going to be roasted alive. He and AC together were a shambolic pairing. I cannot take much more of this 'old and shit slow but experienced' trumps youth with incredible talent rot.
You and me both sister. I'd rather see our yoof make mistakes and cost us games and learn from it, than a spent force do it and not learn anything but regress.

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Can't teams only have 2 loanees from the same team within England? Derby have tomori and mount.

Also, I would send him where he would play at CB. I don't think he has the attributes to be a top midfielder, but he does for CB.

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12 hours ago, Miguelito said:

Can't teams only have 2 loanees from the same team within England? Derby have tomori and mount.

Also, I would send him where he would play at CB. I don't think he has the attributes to be a top midfielder, but he does for CB.

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No, we have three players on loan at Leeds this year. There is a one player limit to other Premier League clubs.

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