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  1. Yeah that definitely makes him a racist
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    Maurizio Sarri Officially Appointed

    I hope you know the first sentence was sarcasm right? I've never thought Kante is a great footballer, he is a good player don't get me wrong, but the first half against City we've seen a lot of these mistakes before. Especially in games where we have a lot of possession, in the Newcastle away game Kante was slowing the play down, allowing Newcastle to get back into position. I think there are revealing limitations to his game in this position and I don't fancy it, I really hope I'm wrong and I really hope he adapts to that position but I just can't see it, he was much better utilised under Conte. I think the next few weeks we'll see, we have a good set of fixtures and there's no reason why we shouldn't win all of your next 6 games. I'm hoping this City game will be a stepping stone, otherwise, it'll mean nothing, we have to start taking Spurs and Arsenal very seriously if we want to get into the top 4.
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    Maurizio Sarri Officially Appointed

    Since all of you are doing silly little things like being positive and happy, I'm going to put my take. I don't think we are out of the deep water just yet and I still think we have problems. We have just beat one of the best teams in the world and easily one of the greatest Premier League sides, but if we don't use that as a stepping stone for our next fixtures (which are great fixtures for us to turn all this misery around) then it'll mean absolutely nothing. Spurs and Arsenal have hit form, we need to do better. I'm still not sold on Kante in that position, the first half by him was abysmal, he turned it around massively in the second half but does a good 45 minutes warrant strong consistent performances from now on? I'm not big on him in this new position at all which I've said quite a lot. Now Sarri will either make adjustments or he'll be stubborn and hope that the team will gel together in time, I don't know which is best I'm not a manager. But from what I see on the field is that our midfield isn't fairing well against a lot of Premier League teams lately, and that won't bode well in the long run, if that changes from now on I'll be very happy to say I'm wrong. Also, I think Willian needs dropping asap, start playing Hazard, Giroud and Pedro as out front three, I'm not impressed at all with Willian lately and I'm definitely not impressed with Morata who I think should stay far away from the team at the moment.
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    That Sterling Incident

    Like I said earlier, chip on your shoulder clearly. Not one person here has justified racial abuse, everyone wants the man banned if he's guilty, but due process is important. It's no secret there is a witch hunt against Chelsea (some would say rightfully so with our history) whenever incidents like this arise.
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    César 'Dave' Azpilicueta

    I think what it was, is that he was such a great centre back and he was in his new RB position, (which ironically was his main position) and he had a bit of a slow start. But it was nothing major or significant, just by his standards it didn't seem like the Azpilucueta we've been used to for all these years, however, he's definitely back to his best in that new role.
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    Alvaro Morata

    I don't think we need to get rid of Giroud anyway, he has a good role here. Morata however, probably needs replacing, hurts me to say that. What a waste of money.
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    That Sterling Incident

    I'm full Turkish background and I've never experienced racism in Britain, or any sort of "institutional racism", although not sure The Guardian that is full of SJW's and the PC police is a strong source for that. To say Britain is a "very very racist" country when statistically it's one of the least racist countries in the world is pretty damning, there was a study made by Washington Post asking "Would you live next to a family of a difference race" and the results are very positive in Western countries, not so much elsewhere. And to say that it sits behind closed doors and it has no longer vanished is having a major chip on your shoulder.
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    That Sterling Incident

    Okay and I'm clearly arguing for due process, people are getting way ahead of themselves and it's always innocent until proven guilty.
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    That Sterling Incident

    Because people are acting like the bloke is guilty of racist abuse already. And on top of that several posters in the thread are going on as if the abuse is appalling because people are mouthing off to him in the stands. I'm not going to feel sorry for a footballer on those wages getting a bit of an earful in the stands, racist abuse is another thing, and we don't know if that's what happened yet.
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    That Sterling Incident

    I know, god forbid Sterling on his 300k a week wages can sleep at night after being called a "c***" by Mark in the stands.
  11. Rubbish, there are harder offside calls than that which are usually called more often than not. The camera angle isn't doing it justice, but if you put it level you can see that Ali is half a yard offside.
  12. The second game we pretty much accepted defeat and were defending a 1-0 loss, in the first game we were just ridiculously outplayed but at least tried to win the game. Very nasty season last season, even with our faults this season I much prefer it, we at least try to win games and play a better way.
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    César 'Dave' Azpilicueta

    Is there a more adaptable and versatile player than Azpilicueta? I'm sure if you played him as a striker he would become a 20 goal a season player in no time.
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    That Sterling Incident

    I've watched it about 20 times and I really can't make out what he's saying, how can people be so sure he said "black c***" ?? He could've said "manc c***" for all we know. There are like 6 people there at the front screaming it and one of the fellas was a black man, I'm sure if he had shouted "black c***" the black bloke would've at the very least looked over in disbelief but nothing. Of course the lip reading race pimping experts like Wrighty and Ferdinand will know though...
  15. I thought we were getting pressed a bit too easily, City are the masters of doing it but once we started getting the ball over the top City flapped. Kante was awful in the first half but very good in the 2nd, same with Alonso, Alonso getting done by Sterling like that was horrid to watch.

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