Worsebytheday

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About Worsebytheday

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  • Birthday 02/12/1962

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  1. Chelsea 1 Aston Villa 1 (4 - 3 on penalties)

    Paul I know you like digging me out, but we still ended up bringing on mount and Lukaku and Kante played 45 minutes. the night before City played Wycombe at home, yet they fielded KDB,FODEN,MAHREZ,STERLING (all played 90 mins) plus TORRES (72 mins) most if not all 5 of those will probably start Saturday's game against us. my argument was you can't just throw 10 players onto the field and expect them to gel no matter how good they are. be honest apart from Kante and Lukaku, how many of those will definitely start against city? I can understand wanting to not take chances on certain players, but why not try and get a couple of goals in front then make changes, and I know some players need playing time, but Sarr,Saul,Barkley, Loftus and even Odi are not going to play much, so we need to be in every competition for as long as possible. MAN CITY PLAYED IN EVERY GAME LAST SEASON APART FROM THE FA CUP FINAL, so we can't say players are tired or they might get injured, just change 5 or 6 for this competition, why not try and win everything? I feel we have the best squad even better then city's
  2. Chelsea vs Manchester City

    Mendy (kepa) . Christenson. Silva. Ruddiger Azpi. Kante. Jorginho. Kovacic. Alonso . Mount(Werner) . Lukaku city won't beat us
  3. Chelsea 1 Aston Villa 1 (4 - 3 on penalties)

    Yes, still no need for 10 changes, 33 games left, not like there's only 5 or 6
  4. Chelsea 1 Aston Villa 1 (4 - 3 on penalties)

    Hopefully TT wont do that again, 5 changes at the most ridiculous making 10 changes
  5. Chelsea 1 Aston Villa 1 (4 - 3 on penalties)

    You can see who wants to win this competition, Arsenal, virtual full strength against Wimbledon, man utd out