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Romelu Lukaku joins Chelsea

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Finally my Idol is on the verge of signing, im sooooo EXCITED to watch lukaku play at HIS Bridge! Awsome prospect fot the future and for some reason I think Lukaku and Josh M will be great mates lol. Lukaku and Sturridge wow!

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"A matter of days if not hours" -- AVB, just saw a bit of his press conference on SS and that's what he said. Good times.

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Only a freak event would stop this deal happening, he's even training with the team already... people should stop worrying, official announcements always take more time than they should.

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http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11095_7095480,00.html

"He is one of those players we couldn't afford to lose because of his potential and that's why we made the move in the market even though our team is competitive enough in that sector of the field," said the Chelsea boss.

Recognition by AVB that we didn't need another striker but just didn't want to miss out on him, reassuring.

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it was a threat that we would permit this boy to escape and so I moved things on a little bit to try to bring him to the club. I think it will be a question of days, hours, before we get it done.'

Another sign of AVB's control over transfers.

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Another sign of AVB's control over transfers.

Off topic mate. But could you point me in the direction of the original image in your sig. Cheers.

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Another sign of AVB's control over transfers.

If AVB has that power of control, then Roman trust more AVB then he did Carlo?

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Another sign of AVB's control over transfers.

Something that we never saw when Ancelotti was in charge! Boas on the other hand wants to build the team himself. The board only make the suggestions.

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I'm not sure about this signing. I mean he's a promising player for the future but he's bound to create more selection problems for AVB...that's what got carlo sacked. And I can't help think that signing Lukaku means selling Sturidge!

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I'm not sure about this signing. I mean he's a promising player for the future but he's bound to create more selection problems for AVB...that's what got carlo sacked. And I can't help think that signing Lukaku means selling Sturidge!

Why does when a new player get signed they assume its the end for a young one, its hardly ever the case. We here the same crap with Modric, people seem to think McEachran is in trouble if he signs.

Prime example remember when Deco signed for Barcelona? Iniesta was only 19 and was on the verge of breaking through to the first team week in week out, every one thought Deco was going to push him back but did it? no and it won't happen here either.

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I'm not sure about this signing. I mean he's a promising player for the future but he's bound to create more selection problems for AVB...that's what got carlo sacked. And I can't help think that signing Lukaku means selling Sturidge!

It actually means getting rid of Anelka and Kalou, not Sturridge.

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Prime example remember when Deco signed for Barcelona? Iniesta was only 19 and was on the verge of breaking through to the first team week in week out, every one thought Deco was going to push him back but did it? no and it won't happen here either.

That's barcelona, our owner doesn't exactly have the patience to wait for a player to develop. When was the last a youngster at chelsea was really given a chance to stay and grow in the club? Almost all our young players end up leaving such as: Glen Johnson, Steve Sidwel, Di Santo, and lately Manciene, Bruma.....the list seems endless.

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That's barcelona, our owner doesn't exactly have the patience to wait for a player to develop. When was the last a youngster at chelsea was really given a chance to stay and grow in the club? Almost all our young players end up leaving such as: Glen Johnson, Steve Sidwel, Di Santo, and lately Manciene, Bruma.....the list seems endless.

That's such a boring cliche.

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I'm not sure about this signing. I mean he's a promising player for the future but he's bound to create more selection problems for AVB...that's what got carlo sacked. And I can't help think that signing Lukaku means selling Sturidge!

FFS stop saying that buying Lukaku means selling of Sturridge! There's no way Sturridge would've been given the chance as a central striker with Torres and Drogba around. Dani will play on the right side while Anelka and Kalou will enjoy the look from the bench.

Drogba will play for another season probably and if Torres doesn't start playing well we'll be without a real striker. Atm yes we don't need Lukaku but he will not be under big pressure and he'll have time to get used to life in England. He's 18!

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