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2 hours ago, manpe said:

This makes me more astounded that Sarri decided to run him down straight after recovering from injury, against a fucking nobody team in EL away. What was he thinking?? Was it absolutely necessary? While CHO is rotting away, travelling along but playing useless minutes... 

I like Sarri's style and demeanor, but his squad management has been questionable since taking over.

completely agree

it is worrisome

the CHO thing just boggles my mind

2 of our 3 other wingers (Eden and Pedro) have been on again off again injured and Willian has played so much he is getting worn down too

yet on his arse, CHO sits

I am so sorry, there is NOTHING magical about bottom half of table EPL teams

Dortmund starts multiple teenagers (and wins) versus fucking BAYERN

Sarri wont even play teens versus fucking BATE or the other League one level trash in our EL group

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Fucking hell this thread has become pathetic. 

The conditions couldn't have been worse for a debut performance. But he gave Chelsea fans something to be positive about. Well done, son.

This thread is beyond pathetic. People are actually calling him Torres #2 for 20 minutes of play where he was completely isolated upfront and a penalty he missed. What would you expect Morata to do in

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10 minutes ago, Vesper said:

completely agree

it is worrisome

the CHO thing just boggles my mind

2 of our 3 other wingers (Eden and Pedro) have been on again off again injured and Willian has played so much he is getting worn down too

yet on his arse, CHO sits

I am so sorry, there is NOTHING magical about bottom half of table EPL teams

Dortmund starts multiple teenagers (and wins) versus fucking BAYERN

Sarri wont even play teens versus fucking BATE or the other League one level trash in our EL group

I'm with you on this one, maybe not as aggressively, but still. Let's see how the season goes, I'm saving my verbal bullets till the end of the season. If we win diddly squat and our best kids haven't progressed or worse, LEAVE due to lack of game time, I will spray venom from my tongue. Only thing that will excuse such choices across the whole season, is if we win the competitions in which they were shunned.

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tbf that ricocheted into his feet from 2 yards with some power and a wicked spin. But ofc a natural striker would instinctively set himself up to give him a better chance of scoring. I remember Lampard scoring that exact same chance at least 3 times from the top of my head, including a winner at Everton. 

Morata really should not have become a striker, just not cut out for it. If he had received the correct education he could have become a good winger with his pace and off-the ball movement which tbf is not too bad. 

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I cannot express just how fucking frustrated I am with this absolute joke of a footballer.

His dumb look he gives when he on the floor, his hand and arm swinging when he gets out muscled again, and his absolute shite finishing is infuriating me.

We need to get shot of this joke ASAP.

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I'd rather have Glenn Murray or Callum Wilson in our squad than Morata, real talk. His miss yesterday has officially set a statement that average PL strikers are better than him.

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6 hours ago, Special Juan said:

I cannot express just how fucking frustrated I am with this absolute joke of a footballer.

His dumb look he gives when he on the floor, his hand and arm swinging when he gets out muscled again, and his absolute shite finishing is infuriating me.

We need to get shot of this joke ASAP.

Just watching Aubameyang, Lacazette and Kane in that North london derby strut their stuff, I just wonder how we got here with Sissy Morata :doh: 

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I havn't read all through this thread, but I need to state my opinion.

I agreed to give Morata a chance until the new year, well after his performance against Fulham,he beggars belief.

He came 15 minutes from time and his 3 contributions in the game were.

1: missed open goal

2: fell over waving his arms about indicating he was failed (wanker)

3: getting booked for kicking the ball away, WTF was that about?

4: alright for then 4 contibutions, having a face like a baby's smacked arse

Got to get rid of him NOW

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Get rid of him and play who exactly? For as bad as he is, he has still been 5 times better than Giroud.

Martial would be a perfect fit here. But nothing came of that.

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I screamed for Auba last January when he was available, but some members said to me he was shite. I know a good player when I see one and I know an awful player when I see one. No bias.

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Chelsea should cut their losses on Alvaro Morata and sign Sebastien Haller

https://www.footballfancast.com/premier-league/chelsea/chelsea-should-cut-their-losses-on-alvaro-morata-and-sign-sebastien-haller

 

Chelsea should make a move for the in-form Bundesliga star Sebastien Haller and cut their losses on the inconsistent Alvaro Morata, as their struggles for a goalscorer continue since Diego Costa’s departure.

What’s the word, then?

The misfiring Spaniard has hit seven goals this season for the Blues, which looks a respectable figure until you realise he has missed nine clear cut chances, the third most in the Premier League.

As well as the former Real Madrid and Juventus man, Olivier Giroud is an option, but the 32-year-old has made just five league starts and doesn’t look like being a consistent contender for a place in the starting XI.

Who should they get in? 

One player who is recording some seriously impressive statistics right now is Eintracht Frankfurt striker Haller, alongside another hot property in Luka Jovic.

24-year-old Haller has scored 11 goals and created 10 more in just 18 starts in all competitions this season – that’s an astounding involvement in 21-goal goals and we’re only just entering December.

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