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SW6 Chelsea

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    Youth Team
  • Birthday 02/07/94

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    Chelsea, London, a bit of history and politics too.

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  1. Ten years of service. Won everything there is to win. Colossal on so many big European nights. The man deserves great respect - good luck, and thanks for everything John.
  2. If Oscar goes to China at the age of just 25 - when he should be right at his peak - it will confirm what lots of us thought about him. A talented player, but lacking the drive to translate that into becoming a consistent top-level performer. He just never had that ability to control a game. We could do some serious business with this £60 million (Sanchez, Verratti, Nainggolan anyone?). Thanks for the service anyway, 203 games and 38 goals is a significant contribution.
  3. Snap their hand off.
  4. Brilliant news - will it 200 appearances tomorrow, assuming he plays. Mr Reliable, fits perfectly into our system - I can see him breaking into our top 10 highest appearance makers by the time he finally leaves.
  5. Also there's a pretty good chance the FA Cup match will reach general sale.
  6. You have to have posted a certain number of times - it's to stop touts selling tickets on here.
  7. Potentially useful as a back up to Alonso, but it's hardly encouraging how few minutes he got at Watford.
  8. Leeds, Charlton (if they get past MK), Rochdale, Port Vale, Millwall Carlisle or Blackpool away please. Failing that let's have Barrow at home.
  9. Leeds, Sheffield United, Charlton - and having Millwall up for a couple of years again would be fun too.
  10. Convinced they only exist to make us laugh
  11. What a brilliant post
  12. Hazard will be fine I think - according to Martinez it was 'just a knock on the calf'.
  13. One of those who died in the terrible tram crash was Chelsea fan Robert Huxley, 63. From the Evening Standard: ' Robert Huxley, 63, from New Addington, died on Wednesday as he made his way to work when the carriages flipped over as the tram turned around a sharp bend at around 6.10am near Sandilands stop. He was among seven victims in the tragedy in which six men and one woman lost their lives as the tram travelled from New Addington to Wimbledon. On Sunday, his family released a statement via police in which Mr Huxley was described as a “larger than life character”. Relatives said: “Early on Wednesday morning, over three days ago, Bob left his home for work and travelled by tram up to east Croydon, a journey he has made a thousand times, sadly and tragically he did not return. “As you can appreciate for his loved ones it’s been a difficult and uncertain time, the confirmation of his death only came late this afternoon (Saturday). “Bob was a larger than life character and very hardworking. A loving husband, devoted father and grandfather, brother, uncle and dear friend to many. “He was also a lifelong Chelsea supporter and a season ticket holder. “This tragedy will have far reaching consequences and impact many people for a significant time. We are all heartbroken.” May he rest in peace.