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Re: CHELSEA FOREVER! - Home of the Champions!
« Reply #2910 on: June 05, 2012, 07:05:52 PM »
Have to admit I haven't see much of Hazard, but he has been highly rated for a couple years well now.

Love the fact that he can operate on the left as well as in attacking mid, it gives Mata the option to move central where he is most effective and swap with Hazard in games. Also gives Chelsea some younger legs in midfield and Lampard can be phased out as I doubt he has another full season at peak form left in him.

Of course my only issue is his conduct in the press. With all the talk he talk, he set himself up big time. If he gets off to a slow start the press will have a field day with him ready to call him the latest overpriced money hungry flop in football. The whole time I wondering why this Hazard doh hush he cyaw.

Now all Chelsea needs to do is get Hulk to play on the right side of Torres with the option to move central if Torres still cant get his act together. Then a Van Der Wiel or Dani Alves for the right back spot and they will be back in title contention where they belong..

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And the little matter of the coach needs to be sorted out.
         

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« Reply #2911 on: June 06, 2012, 08:29:15 AM »
Omar you rate Hulk? 

He getting alot of press but the jury still out on that fella for me... I not seeing the hype. 
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« Reply #2912 on: June 06, 2012, 10:57:18 AM »
Omar you rate Hulk? 

He getting alot of press but the jury still out on that fella for me... I not seeing the hype. 

I rate Hulk alot from what i've seen of him..

Very direct player, very strong on the ball and technically very, very good...

I think he's exactly what Chelsea needs for that right side where Sturridge has been makeshifting this last season, he can play in tandem with Torres like how he played with Falcao season before. He can also operate up front as the target striker if Torres doesn't catch himself next season. Plenty upside if this deal happens.
         

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« Reply #2913 on: June 06, 2012, 06:43:25 PM »
Omar you rate Hulk? 

He getting alot of press but the jury still out on that fella for me... I not seeing the hype. 

I rate Hulk alot from what i've seen of him..

Very direct player, very strong on the ball and technically very, very good...

I think he's exactly what Chelsea needs for that right side where Sturridge has been makeshifting this last season, he can play in tandem with Torres like how he played with Falcao season before. He can also operate up front as the target striker if Torres doesn't catch himself next season. Plenty upside if this deal happens.


that right there is a crucial element of this thing....and if torres return to the player of old....jeezann ages...hulk is a beast...torres will get alot of help playing with hulk in that forward line..defenders wouldnt know what to do wit deyself

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« Reply #2914 on: June 11, 2012, 07:00:25 AM »
RDM to be named manager later in the week......back to work, Chelsea!


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« Reply #2915 on: June 13, 2012, 10:43:37 AM »
RDM to be named manager later in the week......back to work, Chelsea!
 

its official with a 2yr contract

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« Reply #2916 on: June 13, 2012, 11:05:04 AM »
wonder he have "attractive" football in him.........given how badly RA wanted to change Chelsea style of play he might be able to pull an ancelotti which was d best of both worlds stingy pragmatic defense meets marauding flowing attack
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« Reply #2917 on: June 13, 2012, 11:16:20 AM »
wonder he have "attractive" football in him.........given how badly RA wanted to change Chelsea style of play he might be able to pull an ancelotti which was d best of both worlds stingy pragmatic defense meets marauding flowing attack

naaaahhhh, dize a transition that eh go come overnight, it have to be a combination of they style change coming up within the youth system along with the types of players (and coaches) they bring in, especially in the senior team(s)


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« Reply #2918 on: June 13, 2012, 11:43:01 AM »
wonder he have "attractive" football in him.........given how badly RA wanted to change Chelsea style of play he might be able to pull an ancelotti which was d best of both worlds stingy pragmatic defense meets marauding flowing attack

naaaahhhh, dize a transition that eh go come overnight, it have to be a combination of they style change coming up within the youth system along with the types of players (and coaches) they bring in, especially in the senior team(s)

yeah but remember Ancelotti an dem did what they did with a "Mourinho side", a mean dem fellas won't no labourers and were certainly capable of what they did that year....but it wasn't in d team DNA per say, it was "instilled" highest scoring record to boot


I am still of the humble view dat roman did f**k up ah good ting
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« Reply #2919 on: June 13, 2012, 11:50:13 AM »
wonder he have "attractive" football in him.........given how badly RA wanted to change Chelsea style of play he might be able to pull an ancelotti which was d best of both worlds stingy pragmatic defense meets marauding flowing attack

naaaahhhh, dize a transition that eh go come overnight, it have to be a combination of they style change coming up within the youth system along with the types of players (and coaches) they bring in, especially in the senior team(s)

yeah but remember Ancelotti an dem did what they did with a "Mourinho side", a mean dem fellas won't no labourers and were certainly capable of what they did that year....but it wasn't in d team DNA per say, it was "instilled" highest scoring record to boot


I am still of the humble view dat roman did f**k up ah good ting

Yeah, yuh have a good point dey.  Oh shit!  Yuh have TWO ("I am still of the humble view dat roman did f**k up ah good ting") good points!


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« Reply #2920 on: June 14, 2012, 11:19:36 AM »
wonder he have "attractive" football in him.........given how badly RA wanted to change Chelsea style of play he might be able to pull an ancelotti which was d best of both worlds stingy pragmatic defense meets marauding flowing attack

naaaahhhh, dize a transition that eh go come overnight, it have to be a combination of they style change coming up within the youth system along with the types of players (and coaches) they bring in, especially in the senior team(s)

yeah but remember Ancelotti an dem did what they did with a "Mourinho side", a mean dem fellas won't no labourers and were certainly capable of what they did that year....but it wasn't in d team DNA per say, it was "instilled" highest scoring record to boot


I am still of the humble view dat roman did f**k up ah good ting

I agree with yuh.  I feel with the right coach he could get it out of them like Ancelloti did.  RVB probably could have done it if his man management style was better.  Plus look at the players we bringing in or chasing.  Hazad, Marin, Hulk, Van Derwheil.  Then combine that with Mata, Torres, Ramires, etc.  If we get all those players we will more than have the pieces to play an attacking brand while defensively being good.  RA like to meddle to damn much but at least I am glad to see he did the right thing and give RDM a chance.   Despite the style he employed he garnered 2 trophies in what looked to be a totally lost season so he earned himself a chance IMO

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« Reply #2921 on: June 14, 2012, 11:42:45 AM »
wonder he have "attractive" football in him.........given how badly RA wanted to change Chelsea style of play he might be able to pull an ancelotti which was d best of both worlds stingy pragmatic defense meets marauding flowing attack

naaaahhhh, dize a transition that eh go come overnight, it have to be a combination of they style change coming up within the youth system along with the types of players (and coaches) they bring in, especially in the senior team(s)

yeah but remember Ancelotti an dem did what they did with a "Mourinho side", a mean dem fellas won't no labourers and were certainly capable of what they did that year....but it wasn't in d team DNA per say, it was "instilled" highest scoring record to boot


I am still of the humble view dat roman did f**k up ah good ting

I agree with yuh.  I feel with the right coach he could get it out of them like Ancelloti did.  RVB probably could have done it if his man management style was better.  Plus look at the players we bringing in or chasing.  Hazad, Marin, Hulk, Van Derwheil.  Then combine that with Mata, Torres, Ramires, etc.  If we get all those players we will more than have the pieces to play an attacking brand while defensively being good.  RA like to meddle to damn much but at least I am glad to see he did the right thing and give RDM a chance.   Despite the style he employed he garnered 2 trophies in what looked to be a totally lost season so he earned himself a chance IMO

  Roman like a double edge sword....we glad he does rel spend he money and doh back-squeeze like a jew but he does use it as a permission slip to overstep his expertise....he is really a hammer and a sickle!


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« Reply #2923 on: June 29, 2012, 10:19:06 AM »
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Delta will be exclusively designated as the "Official Airline Partner of Chelsea FC" and the agreement will give Delta numerous benefits including: LED exposure at each home game and exposure on the Chelsea FC website.  The Delta logo will also be included on media backboards for interviews conducted at Chelsea's stadium around Premier League home matches.

Additionally, Delta will benefit from entitlement space at Stamford Bridge's Millennium Hotel, enabling the airline to entertain guests at Chelsea's home in a Delta-branded environment.

Delta is synonymous with sport in the United States where the airline is the official airline sponsor of leading U.S. sports teams including baseball's New York Yankees, hockey's Los Angeles Kings and American football's Minnesota Vikings. This summer, Delta will welcome the Chelsea FC team as they tour the United States.  In July, they will play the French team, Paris Saint-Germain, at the new Yankee Stadium, which is also sponsored by Delta. 

"We're delighted to sponsor Chelsea FC, a top-flight London club with a fan base of millions throughout Delta's worldwide network," said Perry Cantarutti, Delta's senior vice-president for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. "Partnering with a leading club in the English Premier League is an exciting way to strengthen our brand both in the UK and around the world while a tie-in with Delta will help build Chelsea's brand in the U.S."

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Re: CHELSEA FOREVER! - Home of the Champions!
« Reply #2924 on: July 07, 2012, 11:27:09 AM »
Salomon Kalou joins former French champions Lille

Ivory Coast forward Salomon Kalou has joined French side Lille on a four-year deal.


The 26-year-old was available on a free transfer after seeing out his contract with Chelsea last month.

Kalou ended his Chelsea career on a high when winning the European Champions League in his final match.

"Lille is an ambitious club," Kalou told the club website. "From what I have already learned, Lille has nothing to envy the top clubs of Europe."

Kalou joined Chelsea in 2006 and won both the Champions League and FA Cup in his final season with the club.

The former Feyenoord star also won the league title during his time with the English club.

Lille, who won the French league and cup double in 2011, are strengthening following the sale of Eden Hazard to Kalou's old club Chelsea and the return of Joe Cole to Liverpool.

Having finished third last season, the club will once again be playing Champions League football in the new season.
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« Reply #2925 on: July 07, 2012, 08:09:52 PM »
Salomon Kalou joins former French champions Lille

Ivory Coast forward Salomon Kalou has joined French side Lille on a four-year deal.


The 26-year-old was available on a free transfer after seeing out his contract with Chelsea last month.

Kalou ended his Chelsea career on a high when winning the European Champions League in his final match.

"Lille is an ambitious club," Kalou told the club website. "From what I have already learned, Lille has nothing to envy the top clubs of Europe."

Kalou joined Chelsea in 2006 and won both the Champions League and FA Cup in his final season with the club.

The former Feyenoord star also won the league title during his time with the English club.

Lille, who won the French league and cup double in 2011, are strengthening following the sale of Eden Hazard to Kalou's old club Chelsea and the return of Joe Cole to Liverpool.

Having finished third last season, the club will once again be playing Champions League football in the new season.


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« Reply #2926 on: July 11, 2012, 04:48:50 PM »
Salomon Kalou joins former French champions Lille

Ivory Coast forward Salomon Kalou has joined French side Lille on a four-year deal.


The 26-year-old was available on a free transfer after seeing out his contract with Chelsea last month.

Kalou ended his Chelsea career on a high when winning the European Champions League in his final match.

"Lille is an ambitious club," Kalou told the club website. "From what I have already learned, Lille has nothing to envy the top clubs of Europe."

Kalou joined Chelsea in 2006 and won both the Champions League and FA Cup in his final season with the club.

The former Feyenoord star also won the league title during his time with the English club.

Lille, who won the French league and cup double in 2011, are strengthening following the sale of Eden Hazard to Kalou's old club Chelsea and the return of Joe Cole to Liverpool.

Having finished third last season, the club will once again be playing Champions League football in the new season.


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Which door?!  He was gettin' release in Waterloo Station.


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« Reply #2927 on: July 27, 2012, 08:40:14 PM »


A Man ask Torres if he feel he deserved a Champions League Medal...lol  Jes kicksing.
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« Reply #2932 on: July 27, 2012, 11:53:24 PM »
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« Reply #2933 on: July 28, 2012, 06:19:58 AM »
Ah find Torres looking like Bruno.  :devil:



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