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Why Chelsea should not attempt to freeze their transfer ban


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Bruce Buck Roman Abramovich Kerry GettyIt was confirmed yesterday that Chelsea would be appealing their transfer ban to CAS, but have not specifically asked for it to be frozen. This latest update follows on a long period of silence, where it was becoming taking as ready that we were going to take the punishment, for fear of it being extended to three […]

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It is playing out almost exactly as I have suspected for ages. I just hope the board tears it up in summer 2020. If they fuck up that window, we could be looking at a long run of non-top 4 footie. Of course the club may be sold by then too. I have zero clue as to the long term outlook, other than are rapidly ageing players will be worth a vastly lower amount by summer 2020. Azpi, Alonso, Luiz, Drinkwater, Pedro, Willian, Giroud, etc will all be well into their 30's or nearing it.

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