Bison

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About Bison

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  • Birthday 01/01/1986

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  1. Chelsea 2 Bournemouth 0

    Absolutely love the new midfield. They are all quality players on the ball and they know how to press when out of possession. RLC also played really well when he came on. Technically and physically he has all the tools. Most of our midfielders & wingers are small so he is a good option to have, especially against the more physical teams. If Pedro and Willian suffer injuries or their form falls off a cliff, would a midfield 4 (Jorginho/Kante/Kovacic/RLC) be worth trying? In a tough away game it would likely give us a lot of control. When was the last time we played a diamond midfield?! (I doubt Sarri strays away form the 4-3-3 and rightly so tbf)
  2. Newcastle 1 Chelsea 2

    Hard to believe what I'm reading. An intelligent, technically superb striker that makes all the right runs would be a far better footballer than Morata. You have just described the likes of Aguero & Kane I.e. strikers of world class quality. Morata has 50 club goals at the age of 25. He's not even close to what you've just described.
  3. Chelsea 3 Arsenal 2

    A Kante, Jorginho and Kovacic midfield is going to be really good by the looks of things.
  4. Transfer Talk Topic

    Two windows? It's going to take 5 or 6 if we continue to buy like we have done in recent years.
  5. Alvaro Morata.

    Morata can control the ball? News to me. He is average technically and is a turnover machine. He would be about as useful as a second striker as Bakayoko would be.
  6. Chelsea 0 Manchester City 2

    Performance absolutely matters and that was beyond bad. The gap between the two teams is staggering.
  7. Chelsea 0 Manchester City 2

    Who signed Barkley? Who thought he was the answer to any of our problems?
  8. Chelsea 0 Manchester City 2

    Man City are just toying with them at the moment. Playing out from the back, teasing them into pressing and then just blowing by players when they get into the midfield. Rinse and repeat. Do those who make the big decisions at the club actually watch the games? Surely something positive will come out of this embarrassment.
  9. Chelsea 0 Manchester City 2

    Totally agree. The style Sarri wants requires the majority of the players (if not all) to have technique, pace and stamina. City have that in abundance. As I'm typibf this, I've just seen Bernado Solva jog past Fabregas as he wasn't there. Just embarrassing really. I'm starting to think Sarri won't last long because what he wants to do and the players at his disposal couldn't be further apart.
  10. Chelsea 0 Manchester City 2

    If we're going to call out players for being slow then it's only fair to add Jorginho to that group. He may even be slower than both of them. Will Kante ever have midfield partners he doesn't have to babysit?
  11. Chelsea 0 Manchester City 2

    Fabregas, Jorginho and Alonso can't run. Morata, Barkley and Pedro are all unintelligent footballers who make the wrong decision more often than not. It's going to be a very long season.
  12. Antonio Conte

    Gone by December.
  13. Antonio Conte

    Based on what we've seen so far, I don't want Conte shaping Chelsea's future.
  14. Eden Hazard

    Not making excuses. I just think it's unfair to expect a dominating performance from an attacking player when he's playing for a team as bad as ours. At 25, both Ronaldo and Messi were playing in great teams with vastly superior teammates than Hazard has now. Hazard definitely isn't in the Messi/Ronaldo class but he's not worse than De Bruyne and look at him flourishing under an attacking coach with quality teammates. Anyway, I doubt we'll have this 'problem' for much longer. I can see Hazard moving on next summer if his agent has any sense.