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Swoopz

loaned out Bertrand Traoré

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Once again SkySports refuse to acknowledge this, yet when Manchester United buy a young player (Bebe in this case) they're all over it.

I totally agree Iv already bitched about Sky and how biased they are, Im happy to see im not the only one that has realised. FUCK UNITED lol

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freddy adu ,,,,remember him ???/

I see your point, i think that was more down too the American mass media making such a big deal of a youngster with a few tricks.

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The fuck? Sorry, but I absolutely have no intention of watching a 14min long video on french...

Maybe some of our members can help. SeB an killamanjaro are French. That's why I posted it.

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Moved to the "Current Squad" section since he played a game for us. Although I'm not sure if he can actually play for us competitively.

On any count, I thought he looked very good on the ball. Can't really judge from 10 mins of football but he looks promising. Definitely worth keeping an eye out for how his situation develops.

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Mourinho was also asked about Bertrand Traore, the scorer of our first goal, a 17-year-old Burkina Faso international who is on trial with the club.


'We want to keep him but have to wait until he becomes 18 to try to get a permit for him,' he explained. 'If not possible we have to let him go on loan somewhere. We have the guarantee that he plays for his national team. This fact, I think, sooner or later, the committee has to give him a permit to play in England.


'His country is one of the most important in African football at this moment. If he plays in the African cup they will be a moment where he gets his permit and it's fantastic to come here and play for Chelsea, and to play well.'


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The kid is just 17? Wow!

He's very raw, but the kid has got some amazing potential! We should sign him ASAP before someone else snatches him up.

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Good performance from him today, goal and assist (and started the move off that ended with his goal), at times you could tell he was 17..but other times you probably couldn't. Looking forward to seeing more of him in the youth sides hopefully.

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The kid is just 17? Wow!

He's very raw, but the kid has got some amazing potential! We should sign him ASAP before someone else snatches him up.

He's signed already. Just needs clearance/work permit.

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He's signed already. Just needs clearance/work permit.

My understanding is that he is still technically on trail and has not yet signed a professional contract with the club.

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My understanding is that he is still technically on trail and has not yet signed a professional contract with the club.

Mourinho on Traore: 'We have to wait until he's 18 to try to get the permit for him to stay in England. If not we'll have to loan him out.'

'If he goes on loan then he has to go but if he's playing for his country then he'll get his permit, so no dramas with it.'

We can't send him out on loan if he isn't a Chelsea player.

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Mourinho on Traore: 'We have to wait until he's 18 to try to get the permit for him to stay in England. If not we'll have to loan him out.'

'If he goes on loan then he has to go but if he's playing for his country then he'll get his permit, so no dramas with it.'

We can't send him out on loan if he isn't a Chelsea player.

That same sentence says that he is on trail just before that quote as Andercho has posted above. I've also read from reliable accounts on Twitter that he does not have a contract yet.

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