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closed Brighton 1-1 Chelsea

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So what was the Ziyech injury exactly? I missed it.
I think he injured himself during a free kick

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Positive first half. Awful second half. 
I agree. But who was playing the second half. Half of them are getting loaned out. The other half are generally bit part players and the ones that aren't can't be blamed solely for a poor preseason performance.

Positives are our 2 new signings look the business as we expected/hoped
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2 minutes ago, killer1257 said:

I think he injured himself during a free kick

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So what, like a hamstring or something?

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2 minutes ago, killer1257 said:

I think he injured himself during a free kick

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Think he first injured himself when he tried to kick the ball before that. Got some treatment on the sideline.

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So what, like a hamstring or something?

He injured himself when he was pressing, pretty sure he landed a little bit awkwardly so it shouldn’t be hamstring.
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Ruben looks like he will never make it back to that level he had with Sarri for 4 or 5 months. Not just based on today but last season also. Yes it was a big lay off but he just looks sluggish and afraid to run with the ball. If we sign Havertz, him and Barkley are as good as gone imo. Or at least one and its at the point now where I would imagine Frank sees more from Ross than Ruben, even more so based on last seasons continued faith.

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- New guys looked very good. Exciting times ahead

- The match still reinforces the need for Havertz instead of a very out of place RLC

- Pulisic is still one of our most important players with his driving runs into tight spaces. A hazard/Coman type of player on one wing is always important to the play

- Kepa didn't instill any confidence from crosses again

- Ampadu looked rusty. Hope we have someone who can Anchor the midfield in Kantes absence 

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1 minute ago, kellzfresh said:

 

- Pulisic is still one of our most important players with his driving runs into tight spaces.

This, and something not done or even thought about by CHO.

 

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He injured himself when he was pressing, pretty sure he landed a little bit awkwardly so it shouldn’t be hamstring.

Frank confirmed, a little twist to the knee.
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6 minutes ago, Ryan Fong said:


Frank confirmed, a little twist to the knee.

Where did he say? Post-match interview? Any link?

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No need, I think he should be completely ok in two weeks time before the first EPL match kicks off.

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Ziyech is going to be extremely important in so many ways. Hope he's good to go in two weeks time.

Can't afford to be without him and CP for the first few matches.

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