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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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1 hour ago, Jason said:

 

OOOKAY...I'm confused right now. Have seen journalists say he has picked up 10 yellows and will be suspended for next 2 domestic games but when I checked some sites, he's only 9 domestic YCs. So, which is right?! :rant:

He will surely miss the Spurs game, as he will definitely be booked next week....

He seriously needs to ignore these tiny little heat moments and stop being a child. Clapping ironically at the ref for booking him? Attacking the linesman's flag? Come on.

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3 hours ago, Iggy Doonican said:

I've seen some terrible Chelsea players down the years but as limited as they were they gave 100%. This absolute thundercunt is inexcusable he really is just an oily little worm. Can you imagine this little tosspot playing and acting up in the same team as JT, Lamps, Ballack, Drogba they would have sorted him out.

This. He has all the talent, but just doesnt give a shit. 

And our current team is also a problem, character wise. Who will tell Morata to change, improve? 

Drogba, Ivanovic, Terry, Ballack, Lamps were authorities, not just because of their bold character, but also their status and respect. 

Current squad doesnt have such people sadly. Azpi, Kante, Eden have quality, but they arent vocal/imposing enough. 

I realy thought Baka could become that "dont fuck with me or my teammates" dude, but his mentality is potato, like half or this team. 

Everyone gets offended for smallest shits and loses confidence all the time. Man the fuck up.

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5 hours ago, Iggy Doonican said:

I've seen some terrible Chelsea players down the years but as limited as they were they gave 100%. This absolute thundercunt is inexcusable he really is just an oily little worm. Can you imagine this little tosspot playing and acting up in the same team as JT, Lamps, Ballack, Drogba they would have sorted him out.

Different generation entirely. Gone are the days of men it's all about how many likes they can get on social media.

I'm just glad I was old enough to appreciate the likes of Terry, lamps, Drogba etc. I feel for the younger fans and my son seeing these poor excuses for real footballers.

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19 hours ago, Laylabelle said:

And to think we couldve had Lukaku.. Know he hasn't always had the most amazing games but compared to Morata... Just not happening.. At all

Lukaku was our first choice. But morata with addon is cheaper than Lukaku without addon

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13 minutes ago, communicate said:

Lukaku was our first choice. But morata with addon is cheaper than Lukaku without addon

And there is a reason for that it seems.. We didn't buy quality.. Unfortunately 

Hopefully he can turn it round... Others have but duno.  That arsenal game summed it up really. 

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Still think he's the best man for us up top. Its his negative mindset that's dragging him down. The pressure of starting for a big club, the criticism from the media (and fans if he has been paying attention), and the refs here have gotten to him.

Its a vicious cycle, and I hope he can break free from it sooner rather than later. Needs a bit of luck and no doubt, a goal, in order to do so.

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On the flip side this is karma at its best and if I wasnt Chelsea fan, I would laugh so hard.

Fans wanted Costa to fuck off and literaly shown no respect in summer. 

And they wanted someone "nicer" on the pitch, because Costa was apparently  all about cards and more of a trouble than good for this team. 

Now we are stuck with Morata who is actualy definition what fans said about Costa in summer; getting cards for no reason, doesnt help the team, doesnt give shit. 

Karma. 

I told you Costa was fucking doctor for anyone we could get and he actualy liked playing for club despite antics in past. 

The situation was on Conte to blame, much like now with Luiz. 

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10 minutes ago, BlueLyon said:

I told you Costa was fucking doctor for anyone we could get and he actualy liked playing for club despite antics in past. 

The situation was on Conte to blame, much like now with Luiz. 

Oh god. We're in MARCH 2018 and people are still blaming the Costa saga on Conte?! Sure, Conte may not have handled the exit very well but how long more are people gonna pretend like Costa hadn't wanted to go back to Madrid for the past 2-3 years? Let's also ignore the fact that Costa decidedly went AWOL with his performances in the second half of last season after the interest from China.

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On 3/11/2018 at 3:38 AM, Krypt said:

Different generation entirely. Gone are the days of men it's all about how many likes they can get on social media.

I'm just glad I was old enough to appreciate the likes of Terry, lamps, Drogba etc. I feel for the younger fans and my son seeing these poor excuses for real footballers.

Yeah Im grateful too. I was in my teens, so I was just lucky enough to catch football since 1999.

I mean, its not just about Chelsea players, but damn football had so many legends during 2000s. 

Brazil and French generations, the likes of Maldini, Zanetti, Buffon, Raul,...

And I had mad respect even for our rivals. Henry, Gerrard, Neville, Vidic, Vieira,...hands down some of my favourite players even if they played for rivals. They were not just top players but personalities who ooze class and you want to become like them. 

I seriously wonder what kids of today use as role models and how they appreciate opponents, when you have the likes of Pogba and Alexis...

And same with Chelsea. It would be much harder for me to fall in football love with Chelsea today compared to Terry, Lamps, Hasselbaink generation. 

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