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The Skipper

70. Callum Hudson-Odoi

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2 hours ago, Iggy Doonican said:

That was Houstoun mate. I hope he's not like his namesake Alan Hudson great player but a miserable cock never stops slagging off Chelsea.

It was a play on words ;)

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The overhyping of this kid is unbelievable. We saw it with Bamford, Musonda, Loftus-Cheek, Baker, Abraham, etc. yet none have made it here as of yet. Wouldn’t surprise me if Hudson-Odoi doesn’t either.

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20 hours ago, Dazzy_Vance said:

The overhyping of this kid is unbelievable. We saw it with Bamford, Musonda, Loftus-Cheek, Baker, Abraham, etc. yet none have made it here as of yet. Wouldn’t surprise me if Hudson-Odoi doesn’t either.

This guy's potential is far greater than that of the names you have mentioned. If any player from our academy has ever looked like he could actually break into the first eleven, then it is Hudson-Odoi. 

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3 hours ago, DDA said:

This guy's potential is far greater than that of the names you have mentioned. If any player from our academy has ever looked like he could actually break into the first eleven, then it is Hudson-Odoi. 

I agree with dazzy Vance we have heard all this before about youth players at Chelsea I would love to see this kid do Amazing things at Chelsea tho 

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On February 10, 2018 at 0:45 AM, Dazzy_Vance said:

The overhyping of this kid is unbelievable. We saw it with Bamford, Musonda, Loftus-Cheek, Baker, Abraham, etc. yet none have made it here as of yet. Wouldn’t surprise me if Hudson-Odoi doesn’t either.

Bamford never had any potential, the hype over him was hype a younster for the sake of it territotry, infact i'd argue all those players you listed were overrated bar Tammy.

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On 2/10/2018 at 0:45 AM, Dazzy_Vance said:

The overhyping of this kid is unbelievable. We saw it with Bamford, Musonda, Loftus-Cheek, Baker, Abraham, etc. yet none have made it here as of yet. Wouldn’t surprise me if Hudson-Odoi doesn’t either.

I think it's obvious to see Hudson-Odoi has superior qualities to any of them. He has attributes which make him stand out, for e.g his blistering pace, dribbling, vision, passing, goal scoring ability. As good as our previous academy prospects were, they never had these attributes all at once. At 17 he's won U17 world cup with England, being one of the best players on the field, all at the age of 16 years of age. He turned 17 at the end of the last year and already putting up impressive stats for his age. We will have to get used to it anyway, as if we don't make top four we will be seeing more and more youth, which imo is fine. 

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5 hours ago, It's too big said:

infact i'd argue all those players you listed were overrated bar Tammy.

I agree. The last prospect who excited me as much as CHO does was Josh. Shame how his career panned out because he had endless ability on the ball.

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