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Jim

Chelsea’s right hand side set for years

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Chelsea Fc V Afc Ajax Group H Uefa Champions League 1578295531I’ll start this by saying – I know Callum Hudson-Odoi is more comfortable and probably a better fit playing on the left wing and cutting inside. However, yesterday gave us another element to his game, and another option that Chelsea can use in what has been a problematic area for some years. Willian has been […]

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One game against a championship side whos manager said they didnt expect to beat us and 'our right hand side is set for years'. Will believe it when I see this sort of things against PL opposition regularly. Talk about carried away. Probably Callums best game this season bar v Newcastle which is a plus I suppose.

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4 hours ago, OneMoSalah said:

One game against a championship side whos manager said they didnt expect to beat us and 'our right hand side is set for years'. Will believe it when I see this sort of things against PL opposition regularly. Talk about carried away. Probably Callums best game this season bar v Newcastle which is a plus I suppose.

It was also a Championship side who fielded their B team. Can only play what's in front of you and CHO did well in that regard on Sunday I supposed but it's so annoying to see people on Twitter going OTT gaga with his performance!

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