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Jason

9. Gonzalo Higuain

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2 minutes ago, Vesper said:

the kind of deals where we spend £31.5m and OWN a great young striker outright

or do an 18 month loan for a 30 something  that costs £27m

and have shit to show for it at loans end

so a BEST case scenario (Piatek is only worth the same)

we lose £27m because HAVE NO STRIKER

worst case scenario

Piatek truly blows up and is worth £100m or more

in which case we lost £70m in valuation and still have no striker

lets say we have to spend £80m in 18 months

that is a total swing in valuation and outlays

of £150m against us

yep those type of deals

Russian idiots!!!!

no wonder Roman has lost over £12 to £15 billion in net worth over the last 8, 10 years or so

 

I actually don't think Roman is in charge of it tbf. But I dont doubt the people who run the club for him are similar in this. Business men with no clue about football. They give Alonso this stupid 5 year deal bc all they see is the player has played a lot, scored a few goals, has gone up in market value, Barca Real shown interest, called up for spain - alright must be a good player give him what he wants when all it takes to see what a fraud he is a look at the pitch. But all they see is numbers, they are doing money ball and not even doing it right. 

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32 minutes ago, MoroccanBlue said:

Piatek could very well do a Belotti next season 

Or he could become the next Lewandowski

I  think it was worth a £4.5m roll of the

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3 minutes ago, mccg said:

Maurizio Sarri admits Gonzalo Higuain is ‘not in good shape’ after Chelsea get hammered by Bournemouth

https://metro.co.uk/2019/01/31/maurizio-sarri-admits-gonzalo-higuain-not-good-shape-chelsea-get-hammered-bournemouth-8417983/

Ffs what state are the others in then!

 

You will see why Sarri is never the way forward for the club...keep pampering washy wishy piss poor players and continual persistence on past it players...so until Higuain plays 50 games he is get fit then....while CHO keeps wasting away on the bench....

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Higuain lacks fitness. “He can improve a great deal. At this moment, he is not in good shape, probably because he has played very little recently between transfer market distractions and back pain. He can grow a great deal over the next few weeks," Sarri told SSN Italia. #CFC

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We've been playing without a striker for so long that we wank over Higuain. He isn't that great to be honest but is an actual striker unlike the ones we had before him this season.

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3 minutes ago, Nicco said:

We've been playing without a striker for so long that we wank over Higuain. He isn't that great to be honest but is an actual striker unlike the ones we had before him this season.

He is undoubtly a good player regardless.

For me, some of his movement is quite simple but its brilliant and effective. Only been 2 PL games but 2 goals today along with plenty of encourging signs regarding his natural instinct of knowing when to make runs. Just need to keep giving him chances because hes a clinical finisher when he gets going. Also for someone Sarri said is in "bad shape" that would indicate for me that the more game time he gets in next few weeks the sharper he will get. As I said plenty of promising signs along with his pedigree as well, why not be a bit optimistic about what he can do here the next 5 months?

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Good to see him score! Only needs 3 more and have same amount of league goals as Morata for this season. 

Hopefully he can do that in the tougher gaes

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1 minute ago, Special Juan said:

Really is amazing what you get when a striker stays on his feet, runs the channels and takes a chance on a shot.

He won't disappoint here because the bar on previous strikers is so low.

Well done Higuain.

While being a bit out shape 

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