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21. Davide Zappacosta

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47 minutes ago, Jason said:

One decent cross isn't going to cut it, is it? It's utterly ridiculous that we play a back 3 system with braindead wing backs. Zappacosta/Alonso/Moses all lack the key qualities to really maximize the position and in this system.

Its wouldnt be Chelsea not to have brain dead right backs at SW6. This Freddie Mercury lookylikey is just following a long fine tradition ''Put Essien in there !''

Cant beat Khalid 'the Kannibal' Boularouz for outright headless chickenitis though

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Problem is, he gets himself into good positions but after that, he just suffers brainfarts. There were talks about him capable of delivering good crosses but we haven't seen any so far.
Think we've seen glimpses but he couldn't hit one to save his life yesterday.

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On 25/11/2017 at 10:27 PM, OneMoSalah said:

If he learned how to stay onside he’d be a decent option for us, don’t know how many times he was offside (while in good positions) when he really shouldn’t have been. Was quite happy with his performance actually, solid enough, got stuck in, not got Moses pace though, Moses really gets us up the pitch, think for a squad player he’s a good option.

I think that’s his problem, or rather our problem. We needed a starter, but we bought a back up.

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Have to say, watching Zappacosta play at LWB last night was an "interesting" experience. It was clear that he has never played there before or if he has, then he has no clue how to make it work in that position. Was quite annoying to see him keep on coming inside onto his right foot because against teams like Atletico, you want the WBs to maintain the width and stretch their backline but in the end, he made it easy for Atletico to contain him. That said, one noticeable - and it's not hard to notice - as well as positive thing is that we got a glimpse of our attack looking much more dangerous with pace down the left hand side. Zappacosta didn't do anything great there last night but in one situation, his pace and the ability to inject it into the play saw him almost score from distance last night. Now, all we need is to get a proper pacey, intelligent LWB in the transfer window...

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