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  1. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    Tuchel was sacked from Dortmund because he was constantly arguing with the board so wouldn't really make any sense to sack our current successful manager and appoint a less successful one who will end up clashing with the board. anyway this story is rubbish.
  2. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    Still think our biggest challengers this season will be Utd. They have pretty much the perfect squad plus a manager who's won it three times. Watched City last night and amazingly they look the same as last season. Very poor midfield and honestly relying on an injury prone Aguero to lead your line is bizarre. Also amazing how they keep spending insane money on defenders yet look very shaky at the back.
  3. Been buzzing all day. Amazing how a victory can bring everyone together. Suddenly the players, manager and fans are all happy and on the same side. Get the feeling this win will be a turning point just like last season's defeat to Arsenal was in really pushing us on. Get in
  4. Michy Batshuayi to Chelsea

    Agree. This was his chance to claim his spot and fight morata for the position and he blew it.
  5. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    Been reading Redcafe for the past few days and they seem pretty buoyant; ready for the new season, just like the last few years. Seems like the only time they get excited these days is during the transfer window when they splash the cash and their new signings are ready to take them to the top only for the season to start and reality to set in
  6. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2016/2017

    This thread should be locked.
  7. Matic

    We need to start playing hardball with Juve now. They seem to get our players with ease whilst acting like dicks when we want one of theirs.
  8. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2016/2017

    It's not his job to start youth players on the first team; his job is to develop youngsters which he's done superbly. Sick of the constant emenalo bashing on here. My memory isn't very good but could you tell me which youngsters we tried that time? I honesty don't remember.
  9. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2016/2017

    Its everyone at the club's job. Needs the owner, board and especially the manager to have faith and play them knowing he has the backing of the board and can afford a season or two of no trophies whilst these kids grow. The fans will also need to be patient and stop asking for the latest shiny transfer so they can gloat on twitter.
  10. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2016/2017

    I've been watching the England youth team's success over the summer and Chelsea players have played a key part. Of course anyone who's seen them over the years win everything under the sun know how good they are but they still aren't getting a chance at senior level. They've proved themselves as the best domesticallly and internationally. Why is it that we are willing to spend over 100m euro on either belotti or mbappe yet if those same players were at our youth team they would probably be on loan at West Brom or hull. Someone at the club needs to be bold and start including these youngsters or we might lose them like we did Solanke. It's shocking really that John Terry was the last player to make it from our youth side and get a permanent role.
  11. Premier League Fixtures 2017-2018

    Yikes, that's a tough start.
  12. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2016/2017

    Think next season English teams will mount something of a comeback in Europe..... Chelsea: we have a top class manager and being champions we can navigate safely and easily through the group stages. I'm expecting at least a semi final appearance Spurs: The weak link. Pochetinno's European record is terrible and playing at Wembley isn't going to do them any favours. Surprised if they make it past the group stages Liverpool: Klopp is a fantastic manager and I can see him guiding this team to at least the quarter finals. If they spend big this summer they might even go far City: They'll go far till they meet one of the big boys from either Spain or Germany and then go out. Hopefully it won't be till at least the quarter finals Utd(if they win the Europa): Jose might be sh*t in the league but he certainly knows his way around this competition. They'll be very hard to beat and I can see them going far.
  13. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2016/2017

    We can give him a 10 pt head start, no Europe and no cup competition and still finish above him.
  14. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2016/2017

    Theyre using leicester and us this season to cover up their excuses. Anyway, Seeing as all the big boys will be playing in Europe next season i guess that excuse wont wash anymore
  15. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2016/2017

    I haven't really paid attention to this Spurs stadium thing but I looked at it today and turns out they're not even moving. It's practically the same stadium or at least half modified, so what's all this fuss? All this time I thought they're were actually moving miles away.