Blue_In_Every_Way

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  1. Aston Villa 2 Chelsea 1

    This far where? Last year, we also made top 4, lost the FA cup and we were knocked out of UCL by a brilliant side. So I would genuinely like to know where this team has progressed under Tuchel?
  2. Aston Villa 2 Chelsea 1

    His selection has been atrocious.
  3. Aston Villa 2 Chelsea 1

    Very lucky. Jorginho should be off. And he cost us with the backpass vs Arsenal as well. He had the audacity to claim SFL took a shortcut to the job. Tuchel has been massively idiotic bringing Jorginho back into the lineup and persisting with Werner over Abraham.
  4. Aston Villa 2 Chelsea 1

    Thats it lads. Tuchel hasn't been good enough. The team doesn't seem well prepared and we have flopped massively in these big games. The odd decisions like Werner over Abraham and Azpili at RWB really grates me.
  5. Chelsea 0 Leicester City 1

    They were terrible IMO. I can't seem to remember a chance they had. That being said, save for the cracking shot from Mount and the 2 Ben chances I can't recall us exactly carving them apart either. I am just surprised at the team selections today. With Mendy, Kova, Zouma, Pulisic, Ben and Havertz available to then start Kepa, put Azpili at RWB, and also start Jorginho, Alonso, Werner, and Ziyech was so... weird.. really poor judgement IMO. Confidence has to be really low now. Manager has to return to basics.
  6. Chelsea 0 Leicester City 1

    Gutted for the boys. This team looks awful going forward and some huge decisions were made that utterly backfired... starting Alonso, dropping Havertz, playing Werner, dropping Pulisic, Azpili at RWB... We can blame the offside call (it looked clearly offside to me), but there were questionable decisions on our part as well. Shows how premature all of the gushing praise Tuchel received really was.
  7. Southampton 1 Chelsea 1

    Not much in that tbh.
  8. Official: Frank Lampard Sacked As Chelsea Head Coach

    Except we weren't on as bad a run as Klopp now, Arteta earlier this season, OGS last season, Mourinho last couple weeks at Spurs... but none of those situations were "untenable", right? If we are going based on the blatantly obvious, then I would say it seems fair to say SFL fell out with Marina, wasn't allowed to clear out certain members of the dressing room and looked to be in a difficult job. And, by the way, Tuchel's doing great, isn't he? Drab football, alienating some of the squad already and rumours out there that the club actually didn't want him! They went after Ragnick instead. Explains the nice and short contract they gave Tuchel.
  9. Southampton 1 Chelsea 1

    Not sure what is the sense behind tearing CHO apart like that publicly is all about.... the whole team has been rubbish since Tuchel took over. I cannot recall a single game that I've said "right, this guy has really changed things here". If he gets us a trophy, then fair play to him but these games are really hard to watch at the moment.
  10. Barnsley 0 Chelsea 1

    Kepa basically saved us first half with the save of the season arguably. Another drab performance. 4 wins and a draw but things have got to improve tremendously performance wise. Commentators said Tammy looked offside but I felt he held his run. Could be wrong though.
  11. Sheffield United 1 Chelsea 2

    Not depressed. Just looking for an explanation for the dismissal of a club legend and a former player most fans absolutely adore. The only things twisted to suit are the numerous nonsensical rationalizations put forward by the club and certain people on here for dismissing him.
  12. Sheffield United 1 Chelsea 2

    Has it? 1 UCL and 5 league titles in 17 years or so. If judging on those numbers then yes. However, City and Liverpool have far surpassed Chelsea from a sporting prespective at present. United have always been far ahead of us and look to be trending upwards again. 3 clubs who have maintained a certain degree of stability. Never during the RA era have we been this far behind the competition IMO. The pendulum has swung massively over the last 3 years. There was a time when we would fire a manager and launch a league title the next year. Can you honestly say that's likely now?
  13. Sheffield United 1 Chelsea 2

    This has been the case for a very long time at this club.
  14. Sheffield United 1 Chelsea 2

    So we're back to "the squad isn't good enough to play better football"? If the squad needs further investment then a managerial change to realize that is just so senseless. The current setup/style of play is either: 1) temporary to get us into top 4 before investing further in the summer or 2) its permanent under Tuchel. If it is permanent, that's going to be a tough watch. If it is temporary, there is A LOT of investing to be done. We're talking about a striker, 2 forwards, 2 or 3 midfielders... maybe another £300M... and basically we fired the wrong person because the guy who paid the price with his job wasn't the idiot who apparently signed these new players.
  15. Sheffield United 1 Chelsea 2

    I'm just saying looking at these 4 games vs the upcoming run of games against Soton away, Atleti away, United at home, Leeds away, Everton at home, and Liverpool away... I'm just saying that these 4 games were ones I'd expect wins compared to the upcoming 7 or 8 games. If there has been any improvement I believe that we will be better placed to judge it after those games are over. For all the criticisms of SFL, we won some critical games last year and got into the top 4. I am all for praising Tuchel, but he's got to earn it by accomplishing the same feat IMO. Only time will tell. Look, things were bad towards the end under Frank, but they're not looking so great right now under Arteta, OGS, Spurs or Klopp and nobody fired anybody at those clubs yet.