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  1. He's better in a 3 man midfield as it means he gets away with more. Sacfricing an attacking player for a player that simply isn't good enough just to justify his transfer fee isn't something that a top club does. Our squad player is Fabregas (he just isn't good enough for the starting 11 either). Bakayoko AND Fabregas positions need to be replaced, and Bakayoko needs to be sold in the summer.
  2. He's had his little 'injury' break after Watford, but at a certain point you have to say enough is enough. I'm all for giving players chances to develop and improve, but his performances are consistently farcical. Stop playing him, and get rid.
  3. I just think saying he'll be a good defender is a very optimistic hope for a big lump of a player having a place in the team. A bit like the opposite theory of Luiz playing in midfield when he was a defensive liability. Maybe I'm wrong and he'd have better positioning further back, but in my opinion his tackling is very Fellaini-esque - gangly arms all over the opponent and not much of the ball. Honestly, seeing it live is even more obvious, especially when you compare his defensive work to Kante. Incidentally, if I were Christensen, I'd sooner have Baka in front of me than on the right or left of me (and God forbid you suggest replacing Christensen with Baka!)
  4. You're right about the other players you mentioned not performing, however with Bakayako, it's gone past the stage of him simply being a scapegoat for a few bad performances... He's just not good enough. I can recall three games he's bettered a 6/10 performance: Atletico (A), Manchester United (H), and Huddersfield (A), and only the last one because he scored. He can't pass, shoot, man-mark, or tackle, and wins less headers than N'golo Kante. The only thing he looks good at is occasionally running the ball forward on counter attacks, but he's being played at the expense of a winger anyway so he's a complete waste of time.
  5. Media / Press

    Anyone at the game last night see the mass of cameramen around our dugout before the game? Not surprising there probably isn't a limit set by the UEFA authorities, but the sheer number of them and how close they were to Mourinho was clearly just another group effort to try and get a negative reaction. Very easy for someone outside the circle to see it was clearly a windup tactic but when you're faced with over a dozen possibly flashing cameras it would be hard not to look anything but irritated and under pressure.
  6. Media / Press

    Just waiting for him to get the home run and call us 'homophobic rentboys'
  7. Media / Press

    It's almost like it's a troll account to see how much people will follow someone with a certain agenda. Pretty sure he's increasing the hypocrisy and losing sanity with every tweet he comes up with. I was pi**ing myself when he called Gazza a 'serial wife beater' yesterday.
  8. Media / Press

    Both very true. Funny how so many hypocritical people who take the moral high ground always seem to be linked to Liverpool football club in some way... Wow, I didn't know that was behind it. Well him and Ulrika are best buds now so it's completely fine everyone... He really is a messed up disgrace of a human.
  9. Media / Press

    Anyone seen Stan Collymore's tweets recently and think he needs to see a psychiatrist? I neither like or dislike Rangers but his obsession with them and us is pretty weird and bordering on psychosis. He apparently suffers from borderline personality disorder and yet the shite he's coming out with (according to him) has generated 4000 new followers in the past 24 hours... I just think it's slightly worrying that people like him are allowed on the radio, or anywhere where they can stir up **** and so many people are willing to listen.
  10. New Stadium Plans

    Redevelopment of the Shed End seems like it would be extremely expensive and time consuming. There's the buying up of existing property, demolishing it, planning and building safe exit routes before even starting work on the stand. However, it does seem physically feasible. I'm confused about some of the Matthew Harding discussions though. Some people seem to be implying that we can add more capacity to the MH stand without rotation or repositioning of the whole stadium? If you walk behind that North stand on a match day you can see there's not much room at all to play with. There's also a train track just beyond there if you look on google maps. You can't build a stand up without building back and unfortunately there doesn't seem like there's space for that at the moment.
  11. Cardiff City 1 Chelsea 2

    I remember being in the Shed that game. It was probably the last game they'll bring 1500 away fans to the Bridge. From now on with their brand new supporters and new songs they'll take the whole 3000.
  12. Cardiff City 1 Chelsea 2

    Do they realise Madness is a London thing and Suggs is a Chelsea supporter? Next they'll be singing Sky Blue is the colour...
  13. Cardiff City 1 Chelsea 2

    So Torres is probably going to sneak out after all the support and faith the fans have given to him yet he can't even celebrate a goal when he finally gets one? Brilliant. If he does leave to go to Atletico, I hope he carries on his consistently average form for them as well
  14. Cardiff City 1 Chelsea 2

  15. Cardiff City 1 Chelsea 2

    Matic give number 39 a Chopper Harris tackle please