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OSA ..I checked about kiddo, not cause I doubted you, but because I didn't think he was playing in the year you mentioned. Still looks in great shape kiddo at 68 years young doesn't he.

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good win that. morata's really good. helped playing against a roy hodgson team i suppose. 

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On 11/5/2017 at 4:56 AM, MrTrip said:

So a Chelsea reject is LFC's record signing and best player?
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Salah's a great signing and quite obviously Chelsea's loss thanks to Mourinho's judgement again wasn't it?!!  Salah's really good, so are De Bruyne and Lukaku that he also sold off for peanuts.  I suppose because they are attacking flair players that he has no use for!!

 

Well done on the win, you deserved it.  Fortune favors the brave and your opponents came for a bore draw.

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On ‎1‎/‎11‎/‎2560 at 11:22 AM, Sparkles said:

Meanwhile at Old Trafford last night Matic won his successive MOM of the match award. Was the genius who let him go ever named ?

 

Would Chelsea fans rather have Costa, with all his faults, rather than Morata? After a promising start to his new career Morata didnt seem to play with any intensity or just an offf night?

 

Would not be surprised if Conte has already made his mind up about his future and its not living in London.

Just watched the replay and  expected Roma to have played out of their skins but,to me, were nothing special.

 

 

 

 

now thats a super post,

completely fluffed up on all points

1/  Matic  is a pedestrian type of  holding  m/f player  ,  never gets out of first gear,  last nite performance proves that

2/ Morata  scored the winning goal  with a superb header,  BTW  The Gov  has been  long gone or have,nt you noticed

3/Roman took a helicopter  ride to Cobham last thursday ,,Conte answered  the best way possible to Romans  visit,  on the pitch  C/sea 1..M/U  nude

Conte  to see the season out,   and the helicopters pilot   has closed the hangers doors  and is back to his rest room

4/ the lu lu of all ,your quote of Roma not being special,  well they scored 6 goals against us  in two matchs  with a 3. nude thumping

makes your M/U  on last nites performances, a park team at best

that was a solid win by C/sea , and sorely needed   King Kante  deserves a contract up grade immediately  ,he is C/sea,s heartbeat fullstop

hear you stashed it in,   gets some fortitude cobber   and make a  come back  ,as we will miss you:sad:particular me

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The one worrying moment for me? Conte substitutes Rudiger for Zappacosta. Good, Rudiger right wing back, that's what I would have done. Wait!  Rudiger's going to right back and Azpilicueta is pushed forward to bloody right wing back! No! Why change it? Leave it as it is Conte!

Strewth, how we've missed Kante. He, Morata and Hazard were immense with Bakayoko, Christensen and Azpilicueta not that far behind. Without Mkhitaryan firing, United offered no creativity in midfield and were pretty dire on the night, although when Fellaini came on, with arms flailing and looking like a whirling dervish, we did struggle with the high balls.

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It was a solid team performance from back to front from the begining to end, and1 nil does not to tell the full story....Bakayoko (who had a good game) should have scored at least once ....and Morata should be holding the match ball,imo. Conte managed himself and the game tactics to the high standard he set last season...well done boss. 

 

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What are your views on the disallowed goal?

 

Having removed my blue tinted glasses I put myself in the position of having that goal awarded against us and I can genuinely state that I would have had absolutely no grumbles if that 'goal' had stood against us, IMO it was a shocking decision, even more so when viewed against the later arm in the back of Moratta.Well done to the team for staying focused and finishing the job.

 

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well the Galahs have posted,along withBats:smile: surprised they have not commented on Liuz  sacking by Conte for Discipliary  reasons i am led to believe

this was well mooted in advance of  kick off time, in my view  Liuz recently been a angry ant  in all  areas  on the pitch and one that broke the camels back it  flowed onto Cobham etc etc  where a spat broke out with Conte , who so rightly in my view ,sacked him until he pulls himself together, Conte needs to be congraulated for showing that    he got the balls to sack a leading player  if needed , as  it only takes one player to  turn the ddressing shed into a shambles of dissent, nice one Conte:smile: Wombat signing  off with a nice evening to all

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Back to the PL and not before time, is it me or has this season been unusualy stop-start?

 

So, Emenalo has left the club and rightly or wrongly, his departure will be met with pleasure and approval by many - myself included. For me he will always have that connection with Toady Avram Grant and the betrayal of Mourinho the first time round. His playing and coaching credentials were certainly nowhere near sufficient to have earned him the role that he landed at Chelsea, seven games, 0 goals for Notts County in the year that they were relegated to the third tier being his only previous experience of English football.

 

Emenalo appears to have escaped most of the blame for the premature departures of KDB, Lukaku, Salah and Schurle, with Mourinho carrying the can in the media, but surely it was precisely Emenalo's role to ensure that such decisions were avoided. 

 

It does seem to be, however, that Emenalo was largely responsible for the Academy and post-Academy loan systems, which have come in for a huge amount of criticism, but the lambasting of the loan system is IMO unjustified. The Academy is all about developing young talent to get the best out of them and give them the best chance of making it in the game, ideally with some coming through to represent Chelsea. While there have been too few making it through to our first team for some time there have been many graduates from the Academy who have gone on to make careers elsewhere and there are now a few who will be knocking on the first team door in the next year or two, hopefully inspired by the progress of Christiansen, who is fast turning into the best defender at the club.

 

In any event it would be puerile to denigrate the academy at the end of a week when no less than five former members were included in an England squad, albeit a weakened one. That number would almost certainly have been six were it not for Chalobah's unfortunate injury.

 

Onwards and upwards, here's hoping for plenty of red cards in the NL derby and for three points on our return to the ground where Batsman secured the title for us just a few moths ago.

 

 

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28 minutes ago, Blue Muton said:

Back to the PL and not before time, is it me or has this season been unusualy stop-start?

I agree. There does seem to have been a lot of breaks this year. Does my head in.

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On 17/11/2560 at 12:07 PM, Blue Muton said:

Back to the PL and not before time, is it me or has this season been unusualy stop-start?

 

So, Emenalo has left the club and rightly or wrongly, his departure will be met with pleasure and approval by many - myself included. For me he will always have that connection with Toady Avram Grant and the betrayal of Mourinho the first time round. His playing and coaching credentials were certainly nowhere near sufficient to have earned him the role that he landed at Chelsea, seven games, 0 goals for Notts County in the year that they were relegated to the third tier being his only previous experience of English football.

 

Emenalo appears to have escaped most of the blame for the premature departures of KDB, Lukaku, Salah and Schurle, with Mourinho carrying the can in the media, but surely it was precisely Emenalo's role to ensure that such decisions were avoided. 

 

It does seem to be, however, that Emenalo was largely responsible for the Academy and post-Academy loan systems, which have come in for a huge amount of criticism, but the lambasting of the loan system is IMO unjustified. The Academy is all about developing young talent to get the best out of them and give them the best chance of making it in the game, ideally with some coming through to represent Chelsea. While there have been too few making it through to our first team for some time there have been many graduates from the Academy who have gone on to make careers elsewhere and there are now a few who will be knocking on the first team door in the next year or two, hopefully inspired by the progress of Christiansen, who is fast turning into the best defender at the club.

 

In any event it would be puerile to denigrate the academy at the end of a week when no less than five former members were included in an England squad, albeit a weakened one. That number would almost certainly have been six were it not for Chalobah's unfortunate injury.

 

Onwards and upwards, here's hoping for plenty of red cards in the NL derby and for three points on our return to the ground where Batsman secured the title for us just a few moths ago.

 

 

It's hard to fathom what Emanolo's  imput to the club was and what he was responsible for! So much so, that Chelsea are said to be thinking of leaving the position vacant for the foreseeable future.

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