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  1. Ross Barkley

    Nothing to do with this at all. Some people just don't rate him. Never have, and unless he becomes a completely different footballer overnight, never will.
  2. Transfer Talk Topic

    There is a lack of top quality forwards anywhere right now. All the good ones are in their 30's apart from Kane and Icardi. Kane is impossible, Icardi would be ideal but would cost a fortune and could probably pick any club in the world if he decides to leave. I don't know who or what the answer is but I do know it shouldn't be too hard to improve on what we have. I'd be surprised if Morata or Giroud hit double figures this season in the league. That's a major problem and as nice as it would be to have a superstar striker we just need someone to score 15-20 league goals, which shouldn't be too hard for any half decent striker playing in this team.
  3. Eden Hazard
  4. Eden Hazard

    I dont think it matters what we offer him, who we bring in or how well we do this season. If they want him he will go. The question is do they really want him?
  5. Andreas Christensen

    As for Rudiger, I'm not sure if I would swap him for any other centre half in the world. Absolutely love him and he's only going to get better.
  6. Andreas Christensen

    Not worried by the quotes, I'd be more worried if he was happy not playing. Some of it is almost certainly lost in translation. Up until the point where his form dropped but a certain manager wouldn't rest him he was, as Paul quite rightly say, brilliant. For a player of his age, in his position to step in and play like he did is pretty much unheard of. I saw a lot of him before his loan to Germany and I can honestly say, as I have a few times on here in the past, he is without question the best young centre back I have seen since JT. To lose him now would be criminal, especially when we consider the age of Luiz and Cahill.
  7. Southampton 0 Chelsea 3

    I've personally not based my view on him on his time here. Before he even signed I said I didn't want him here as he's just not good enough, he's done absolutely nothing to change my mind.
  8. Chelsea vs Manchester United

    Let's hope not, I can imagine Jose playing him, Fellaini and Pogba against us just because of how much physically stronger they would be. Was quite looking forward to watching the three of them chasing shadows for 90 minutes.
  9. Southampton 0 Chelsea 3

    I'm probably his biggest critic on here, one half decent performance won't change my opinion of him. He did ok, better than normal, but nothing spectacular. He's clearly working hard and really wants it. Fair play to him for that but his fundamental flaws are never going to go away.
  10. Chelsea 1 MOL Vidi 0

    Or it could be we have won 8 out of 10, remain unbeaten, made 8 changes last night, rested nearly all our key players, won the match and kept the momentum going?
  11. Chelsea 1 MOL Vidi 0

    I have no issue with the deepest of three midfielders, be that a player like Jorginho or a more defence minded player like Mikel, playing against weaker opposition. It's the two in front of him that I'd be more worried about.
  12. Chelsea 1 MOL Vidi 0

    But by your own admission he doesn't do it as well as Jorginho so surely we are better with him doing it? This is the point that you started arguing, that Jorginho would have made no difference.
  13. Chelsea 1 MOL Vidi 0

    Odd. This conversation started by me saying how obvious it is that we are not as good without Jorginho in the side. You said he would have made no difference yet go on to say picking Fabregas to play Jorginhos role is 'double bad' and he shouldn't be playing it.
  14. Chelsea 1 MOL Vidi 0

    Not the player thats the problem then but the tactics? Something, two things actually, we have done very well so far this season.
  15. Chelsea 1 MOL Vidi 0

    100%. Loosing any key player is always a big blow but to lose someone so key to the actual style of play would be potentially disastrous. I do think Kovacic could fill in for him, arguably better than Fabregas.