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The Skipper

20. Callum Hudson-Odoi

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Yeah If he don't want to sign a new contract then he will be sold. 

Too bad as he was going to get a lot of opportunities at Chelsea. 

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5 hours ago, Vesper said:

I am starting to really not like this petulant little brat

if he keeps refusing to sign an new contract

sell his arse to Bayern

if that is the route it ends up, I hope he fucking has the career trajectory of Wayne Routledge

 

I think his brother aka his agent needs to be looked at more closely. The only info we have about him is that he poached another one of our youngsters to Bayern, why? It might not be as much CHO himself but rather his brother. Who is he anyway? What's his background?

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6 minutes ago, manpe said:

I think his brother aka his agent needs to be looked at more closely. The only info we have about him is that he poached another one of our youngsters to Bayern, why? It might not be as much CHO himself but rather his brother. Who is he anyway? What's his background?

Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi reason for older brother quitting Woking after one month

Bradley Hudson-Odoi has left Woking to concentrate in his football agency business - looking after eight players as well as his £35m rated brother

https://www.getsurrey.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/chelsea-star-callum-hudson-odoi-15884000

 

Bradley Hudson-Odoi says his decision to quit Woking after less than a month is to be “the best football agent I can be”.

The 30-year-old signed for Woking on January 26 and started in the 3-0 win against East Thurrock on February 9.

But after making what he felt was a “good contribution to the win” he was overlooked in the next match at home to Weston-super-Mare, appearing for just 10 minutes as a sub, just when he wanted to continue to prove his worth and his match fitness. He was then an unused sub against Hemel Hempstead.

“My heart was already half in, half out as I was already thinking of retiring from playing,” admitted the older brother of Chelsea star Callum. “I want to follow my passion and that’s Callum’s career. I have eight other players I need to look after and give more time to, too."

Hudson-Odoi admits he expected to start against Weston-super-Mare after helping Woking win against East Thurrock. “I was shocked to be honest,” he said.

“I was disappointed not to get the chance to follow up in the next game. Because I wanted to play to keep my match fitness going and because I thought I added something to the team. I was only going to get better, fitter and stronger.

“To be honest, if I can't start and play the next game after a 3-0 win, I’d rather just stop and concentrate on my future. I'm not a bad egg and I want to give Dowse [boss, Alan Dowson] the biggest respect. I’ve done what’s right for me and the club.”

Dowson added: "I could see Bradley wasn't quite right and asked him and he said he wants to concentrate on his brother's career. So we've let him go and wish him well."

 

snip

 

the brother is bad news

greedy Ghanaian

angling for the cash now that he retired

 

 

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1 hour ago, the wes said:

Take the £45m I don't want a player at  the club who's put in a transfer request even hazard didn't put in transfer request when he wanted to go real cause he had respect for the club 

Imagine we pay for his rehab and then he tease us for 6 months about a new contract while getting alot of playing time only to sign a pre-contract with Bayern in january. We should give him a couple of days to sort his future and then throw him away if he doesnt commit. 

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1 hour ago, Costa19 said:

Imagine we pay for his rehab and then he tease us for 6 months about a new contract while getting alot of playing time only to sign a pre-contract with Bayern in january. We should give him a couple of days to sort his future and then throw him away if he doesnt commit. 

Yep, it needs to be settled this summer. In January he can already fuck us so no point risking it. Take it or leave it offer needs to be made.

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Since Lampard was appointed, lots of media sources that are usually tied closely with Chelsea have said the likelihood of CHO signing a new contract is high. Then the Daily Mail run a story that Bayern are still interested and preparing a new bid (doesn't seem to even suggest that he wants out) and everybody freaks out. People just need to calm themselves down and allow things to pan out over the next couple of weeks. 

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10 hours ago, Yeboii said:

Matic was sold against Conte's wishes.

But Matic wanted to leave. 

True but he was the only one and on hindsight, it was definitely the right decision to sell him.

But with CHO? Probably not and how sure are people that he even wants to leave and won't sign a new contract? Would see how things play out over the coming weeks before jumping on him etc. It's easy to assume that he should just sign the new contract because Hazard has left and his playing time will increase but from his perspective, he would likely want to hear it from Lampard himself on his plans, how he's going to use him etc before committing. I mean given our poor track record of developing young players and tendency to change manager almost every year, can you really blame him if he's approaching this matter a bit cautiously? Would like to think that if some of you were in a similar situation, you would likely think carefully and want to be convinced before committing your future.

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13 minutes ago, Superblue_1986 said:

Since Lampard was appointed, lots of media sources that are usually tied closely with Chelsea have said the likelihood of CHO signing a new contract is high. Then the Daily Mail run a story that Bayern are still interested and preparing a new bid (doesn't seem to even suggest that he wants out) and everybody freaks out. People just need to calm themselves down and allow things to pan out over the next couple of weeks. 

Guess it's human's nature to pay more attention to the things that conform to their fears (or something alone those lines :lol:).

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34 minutes ago, Superblue_1986 said:

Since Lampard was appointed, lots of media sources that are usually tied closely with Chelsea have said the likelihood of CHO signing a new contract is high. Then the Daily Mail run a story that Bayern are still interested and preparing a new bid (doesn't seem to even suggest that he wants out) and everybody freaks out. People just need to calm themselves down and allow things to pan out over the next couple of weeks. 

I wonder if Cho as withdraw his transfer request?? 

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True but he was the only one and on hindsight, it was definitely the right decision to sell him. But with CHO? Probably not and how sure are people that he even wants to leave and won't sign a new contract?

 

It's easy to play devil's advocate.

 

If shit does hit the fan, I'll be intrigued to hear your view.

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Just now, LAM09 said:

 

It's easy to play devil's advocate.

If shit does hit the fan, I'll be intrigued to hear your view.

If he's been playing the club, then fuck him? 

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If he's been playing the club, then fuck him? 

Fair enough. His actions thus far have push a number of people to that train of thought. 

 

 

Giving the benefit of the doubt isn't normally wise, especially where footballers are involved.

 

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31 minutes ago, LAM09 said:

Fair enough. His actions thus far have push a number of people to that train of thought. 

 

 

Giving the benefit of the doubt isn't normally wise, especially where footballers are involved.

 

The only real action so far was his transfer request in January, which I believe if anything was borne out of frustration at the lack of game time under Sarri.

Since then everything has been kept under wraps and most of the media is coming from Bild which to Bayern is like Marca to Real Madrid. 

A contract can take time under normal circumstances but in this instance there are so many things at present which can compound to this (new manager, CHO's serious injury, only year left, etc). I just think we all need to be patient, I'm confident what Lampard said will prove to be right and will convince CHO his future is here - that being he can be an important player in this team and will get plenty of chances and game time but there will be no guarantees for any player at the club.

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The only real action so far was his transfer request in January, which I believe if anything was borne out of frustration at the lack of game time under Sarri.
Since then everything has been kept under wraps and most of the media is coming from Bild which to Bayern is like Marca to Real Madrid. 
A contract can take time under normal circumstances but in this instance there are so many things at present which can compound to this (new manager, CHO's serious injury, only year left, etc). I just think we all need to be patient, I'm confident what Lampard said will prove to be right and will convince CHO his future is here - that being he can be an important player in this team and will get plenty of chances and game time but there will be no guarantees for any player at the club.
There are seemingly two constants going by reports over the last few months:

1) CHO wanting playing time (was effectively a starter mid Jan/Feb onwards).

2) CHO has rejected numerous contract extensions put forth by the club.

Talk of Lamps being center of attention behind all of this needs to stop. Ball has been in CHO's court since Bayern showed an interest.
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17 hours ago, LAM09 said:

There are seemingly two constants going by reports over the last few months:

1) CHO wanting playing time (was effectively a starter mid Jan/Feb onwards).

2) CHO has rejected numerous contract extensions put forth by the club.

Talk of Lamps being center of attention behind all of this needs to stop. Ball has been in CHO's court since Bayern showed an interest.

#1 has always been BS. That was the reason the player and agent gave to the press for not wanting to sign. Strategic, nothing else.

There is only one reason a promising 18yo, who's breaking into the the starting XI, would refuse signing a new deal: he's weighting his options and may choose to walk away as a free agent.

It has been my point from the beginning that promising youngsters, who are not under long-term deals, should not be allowed anywhere near the first team. Getting to the first team should be the greatest motivator to signing new deals. Not being allowed in the first team should be a deterrent to rebellious behavior in the squad.

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Get rid of the fucking arrogant brat.

we've got better in Billy Glimour.

As for his brother, a fucking nobody who fucked up his own joke of a football career where he was useless, and now want's to do the same with his brother.

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Bayern Munich have accepted that a deal to sign Leroy Sane from Manchester City is unlikely to happen in this transfer window, according to Sky in Germany

I think Bayern next move is to go for Cho now 

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18 hours ago, the wes said:

Take the £45m I don't want a player at  the club who's put in a transfer request even hazard didn't put in transfer request when he wanted to go real cause he had respect for the club 

Eden said he wanted to leave last sunmer. While it wasnt a transfer request its not as if he didnt say it...

Regarding CHO and more or less the majority of players with agents, I doubt his agent is really going to hugely influence him to sign or not sign a new deal etc, if a player wants to leave its ultimately their decision.

Sure agents are there and maybe some yes they can influence or get their clients better deals (that fat Italian dickhead who Pogba, Ibra are represented by is the worst of them the millions he has rinsed from clubs is incredible) but ultimately the buck stops with the player for me regardless.

If he wanted to really stay and sign a new deal he would of by now. This his brother is doing this or getting player X or Y a move to Bayern isnt really the reason why he hasnt signed. His head was obviously turned in Jan (the likes of Bayern being interested will do that to many young players) hence the transfer request, coupled together with a lck of playing time. The lack of talk regarding his future when asked after that said 1000 words too.

Regardless, the club shouldn't be bowing down to someone who has only played 25 games in the first team if he doesnt want to stay. Anyone thinking their bigger, better or dont want to be here should be shown the door, especially a kid who however you look at it hasnt really achieved anything in terms of his footballing career to date.

Not just Callum this is a huge issue with many young players in England. Big youth contracts, too much too soon, I mean look at Rashford, very good prospect and will be a top player but 200k a week? Jesse Lingard very average limited footballer, 140k a week... and theres probably hundreds of them in the UK alone.

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