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Joshybizzle

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About Joshybizzle

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  • Birthday 22/01/1991

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    I'm Josh

    I'm a Chelsea fan

    Shine on you crazy diamond
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    Northamptonshire
  • Favourite Chelsea Player
    Eden Hazard

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  1. Looks like a pretty universal consensus
  2. I've gone for Courtois myself I feel like his is going to be a name to remember, look at what Athletico have managed to achieve with him in goal, they're top of the table in a league dominated for the last decade by two of the top teams on the planet, not to mention his success in Europe winning the Europa League in the 2011/2012 season on top of being the unreputed number one for one of the only teams not to be beaten in this years Champions League (Athletico Madrid & Real Madrid) Baring in mind, this is all on loan having come straight from the Belgian League Like i said, if i was making
  3. We all love Petr Cech, how can you not? But is it time to give Thibaut Courtois a run in the team or risk loosing one of the best young goalkeepers in world football right now
  4. Petr Cech is as Chelsea as any player in the squad and (for a goalkeeper anyway) at 31 he's pretty young, he's played 324 games for the club and no one can question that he's managed to consistently prove himself to be one of the top goalkeepers in the league if not the world. He's had a dip in form recently, if there was ever a time for Thibaut Courtois to make his claim to being out numero uno, he's constantly hailed as one of the best keepers in the world (repeatedly by the big Spanish two who seem to be trying to lure him in), notice what i said, one of the best keepers not just 'best youn
  5. Well everyone was saying how immense Hazard is but he needs to score more goals to get the kind of world class recognition he deserves What more can you do after that than go out and score a hat trick of exquisite goals? Little off topic.. A certain Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first PL hat trick against Newcastle.. At 22.. Just sayin'
  6. I've got to admit this is one of the only areas of our game i feel we're letting ourselves down, with Hazard alone drawing an average of 2.8 fouls per game, not to mention Willian and Oscar, we really should be converting more set pieces, especially when you consider we've got players like JT (6'1) Cahill (6'3) Matic (6'4) Ivanovic (6'2) and last but not least Luiz (6'2)
  7. This is going to go one of two ways, either Newcastle are going to completely fall to bits without any of the players that make them tick (Cabaye at PSG, Remy suspended and Tiote out with a hamstring injury for the next couple of weeks) like they did against Sunderland in what was a flat and unimaginative performance all round Alternatively they could step up their game for the same reasons and really try to hurt us like they have in the past, especially last season for instance where they did the double over us, but I'm confident Jose knows all of this, like to see a strong performance at hom
  8. You just took that to another level!
  9. You're entitled to your opinion and i'm entitled to mine (can't find the bloody picture, but it would have gone here..) But knowing one of those is his sister is kindaaaaa odd or maybe i'm speaking from the experience of living with my little sister Getting kinda off topic here
  10. I hope that wasn't his sister in bed with him .. Do you get Brazilian Rednecks?
  11. There was a picture of him on Instagram in bed with two lasses too The kids got game
  12. Eden Hazard, what can I say that hasn't already been said hundreds of times over I'll try a different approach... He's not Cristiano Ronaldo and hes not Lionel Messi, but the fact people are talking about them in the same breath is hardly surprising, he's really stepped up to the plate this season, in a team that (at least) started this season with such an abundance of attacking options he's shined the brightest and longest with his consistency having bumped up a couple of pegs, he's gotten rid of that habit of drifting out of games for long periods. You can see that in his belief that he can
  13. I'm one of those that thinks Ivanovic's crossing is more often than not, completely wayward and i couldn't for the life of me figure out why for the first part of the season we insisted on working the ball up the pitch then letting Ivan sky the cross 75% of the time! But his attacking isn't why he's in the side (despite scoring some incredibly important goals, ala Europa League final and Man City earlier this week, considering his role in the team, how often he chips in with a vital goal is extremely impressive. But attacking isn't why he's in the team, in the 13/14 seasons he's been used exc
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