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You would probably get more posters agreeing if you done this on a City forum.

KDB has nothing to do with Chelsea now and plays for one of our direct rivals. Chances are our supporters are sick fed up hearing his name.

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Clearly many Chelsea supporters are still angry Jose didn't even give him a chance here. 

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Why on a Chelsea thread have we got all these threads about a player who doesn't play for us anymore and never will again.

 

I get that you're belgian and you love him, but i can assure you that the sentiment isn't shared.

I think it's rather common to discuss the development of some ex-players on a forum. I get that most are probably not interested, but then they don't have to read those threads. 

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Thank you guys!

 

 

Kevin vs Ronaldo, tonight.

What do you think?

 

Ronaldo this season is nothing more than a flat track bully. 

 

He can hammer crap teams, but is generally poor against teams with any ability. So Kevin should out perform Ronnie. 

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Yeah, just the 16 goals for Ronaldo in Europe this season so far definitely gets kept quiet on the big stage.

 

And in the last three months he got 3 goals to take them past Wolfsburg, a goal in each of the legs against Roma and a goal in El Classico....plus another 11 goals and 5 assists.

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Yeah, just the 16 goals for Ronaldo in Europe this season so far definitely gets kept quiet on the big stage.

 

Yes, he hammers sh*t teams like Shaktar and Malmo, both Shaktar and Malmo lost all but 1 of their Champions league games. Then he comes up against a decent team like PSG and can't score a single goal. 

 

And in the last three months he got 3 goals to take them past Wolfsburg, a goal in each of the legs against Roma and a goal in El Classico....plus another 11 goals and 5 assists.

 

Wolfsburg are 10th in the league, as I said he can hammer sh*t teams. A goal against Barca, means 1 goal in the 6 games he has played against good teams, Barca, PSG, Atletico, wow a real world beater there. 

 

 

Wow.

Clearly you have not been watching football this season fella.

 

What if I told you Ronaldo didn't score a single goal away from home in the league between the end of November and the late Feb. Or someone figured out Earlier this year that at that stage around 75% of the goals he had scored were against 3 teams. 

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Seriously some people think KDB is at any sort of level as Ronaldo? :laugh2:

f**k me I've heard it all

 

No one said anything of the sort.

 

I said that this season Ronnie is a flat track bully, and most of his goals are from hammering sh*t teams. 

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No one said anything of the sort.

I said that this season Ronnie is a flat track bully, and most of his goals are from hammering sh*t teams.

He's scored plenty against all sides in Spain and again in Europe.

I take it you are not including goals he scored against Barca?

His goal scoring this season is impressive as always, stop trying to make it like it's poor because you sound ridiculous.

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He's scored plenty against all sides in Spain and again in Europe.

I take it you are not including goals he scored against Barca?

His goal scoring this season is impressive as always, stop trying to make it like it's poor because you sound ridiculous.

 

Goals against Barca?? How does one goal this season magically become goals?

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What if I told you Ronaldo didn't score a single goal away from home in the league between the end of November and the late Feb.

 

 

I'd say 'Wow, he didn't score a goal in four away games?'

 

My mind is, well not blown. Um, yeah that's not that shocking.

 

I mean he'd scored 4 in 4 before that. I know it sounds better if you make it sound like he didn't score in 4 months, but the reality is a little different isn't it.

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Just for context Messi has just ended a run of not scoring in 3 league games away from home with 1 goal in the 8-0 rout of Deportivo.

 

That was part of a run of 5 games without a goal, something Ronaldo hasn't had this season.

 

But these stats are virtually meaningless.

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No one said anything of the sort.

I said that this season Ronnie is a flat track bully, and most of his goals are from hammering sh*t teams.

You're talking sh*t is what you're doing. Guys world class and easily in with a DESERVED chance of been WPOTY again.

End of the day he scores goals doesn't matter the opposition (he scored the winner against Barca but you will probably conveniently forget that in your crusade against him). You'll find many top players don't often score in the huge games cause the teams are trying to stop them, Messi's never gotten a goal against us for example. Thierry Henry often didn't score in the big games and hasn't scored for Arsenal in any of their cup final wins whilst he was there.

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Real in the final, I guess. Again. (Not funny anymore.)

 

I believe their two backs have made the difference yesterday. Very fast and very dangerous. 

 

Kevin had more to do in the defence then he could do in the attack. Combinations were not possible. The long passes to difficult. Worked had, run miles. But, can do much better. Can be more important. Perhaps in Spain, next week.

 

Thought also that a good Hazard could have his place in that Madrid squad I have seen.

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Last night I was surprised to see that de Bruyne seemed far more effective at holding shape or position than he was at pressing or cutting off passing avenues. I've never thought a huge amount of his ability off the ball, but certainly I would have said that he was better when he was proactive rather than reactive off the ball.

 

I think his passing was without a doubt more dangerous in the first half when he was playing centrally. When Pellegrini brought on Iheanacho and moved de Bruyne to the left I thought he had far less of an influence on the game (although his set pieces were still reasonably good).

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