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if you are signing Malouda, is it the end of Robben?


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On a slightly more serious note, Robben has always stated that he wants to stay at Chelsea, and his agent (father) has stated that Arjen wants to extend his contract.

The papers will tell you that Jose has 'become frustrated' with his constant injuries, and poor attitude; so i guess it just depends on what you want to believe.

I personally believe that he will stay.

He was happy to fight for his place when Duff was around, and i think he will do the same with Malouda.

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No problem.

On a slightly more serious note, Robben has always stated that he wants to stay at Chelsea, and his agent (father) has stated that Arjen wants to extend his contract.

The papers will tell you that Jose has 'become frustrated' with his constant injuries, and poor attitude; so i guess it just depends on what you want to believe.

I personally believe that he will stay.

He was happy to fight for his place when Duff was around, and i think he will do the same with Malouda.

it often doesnt matter what the player wants. You have shown from your activities so far that you are obviously looking to do something about the farce of 'self sutaining and profitable by 2010' by buying on the cheap so if serious money will have to be splashed on Malouda and Madrid are interested in Robben, i would have thought it makes sense. I hope he does go because my personal opinion is that he is a blight on the premiership.

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No problem.

On a slightly more serious note, Robben has always stated that he wants to stay at Chelsea, and his agent (father) has stated that Arjen wants to extend his contract.

The papers will tell you that Jose has 'become frustrated' with his constant injuries, and poor attitude; so i guess it just depends on what you want to believe.

I personally believe that he will stay.

He was happy to fight for his place when Duff was around, and i think he will do the same with Malouda.

it often doesnt matter what the player wants. You have shown from your activities so far that you are obviously looking to do something about the farce of 'self sutaining and profitable by 2010' by buying on the cheap so if serious money will have to be splashed on Malouda and Madrid are interested in Robben, i would have thought it makes sense. I hope he does go because my personal opinion is that he is a blight on the premiership.

See Elliott - thats the price you pay for going 'On a slightly more serious note'!!

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No problem.

On a slightly more serious note, Robben has always stated that he wants to stay at Chelsea, and his agent (father) has stated that Arjen wants to extend his contract.

The papers will tell you that Jose has 'become frustrated' with his constant injuries, and poor attitude; so i guess it just depends on what you want to believe.

I personally believe that he will stay.

He was happy to fight for his place when Duff was around, and i think he will do the same with Malouda.

it often doesnt matter what the player wants. You have shown from your activities so far that you are obviously looking to do something about the farce of 'self sutaining and profitable by 2010' by buying on the cheap so if serious money will have to be splashed on Malouda and Madrid are interested in Robben, i would have thought it makes sense. I hope he does go because my personal opinion is that he is a blight on the premiership.

See Elliott - thats the price you pay for going 'On a slightly more serious note'!!

Bonetti, I wont bother again.

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No problem.

On a slightly more serious note, Robben has always stated that he wants to stay at Chelsea, and his agent (father) has stated that Arjen wants to extend his contract.

The papers will tell you that Jose has 'become frustrated' with his constant injuries, and poor attitude; so i guess it just depends on what you want to believe.

I personally believe that he will stay.

He was happy to fight for his place when Duff was around, and i think he will do the same with Malouda.

it often doesnt matter what the player wants. You have shown from your activities so far that you are obviously looking to do something about the farce of 'self sutaining and profitable by 2010' by buying on the cheap so if serious money will have to be splashed on Malouda and Madrid are interested in Robben, i would have thought it makes sense. I hope he does go because my personal opinion is that he is a blight on the premiership.

See Elliott - thats the price you pay for going 'On a slightly more serious note'!!

Bonetti, I wont bother again.

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take out the blight bit and the word farce then, and i think its a fair and debatable point. do you not think it is a sensible outcome and one that is likely to recoup what would be a good fee from robben given his injury record and lack of real impact in the last couple of years?

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No problem.

On a slightly more serious note, Robben has always stated that he wants to stay at Chelsea, and his agent (father) has stated that Arjen wants to extend his contract.

The papers will tell you that Jose has 'become frustrated' with his constant injuries, and poor attitude; so i guess it just depends on what you want to believe.

I personally believe that he will stay.

He was happy to fight for his place when Duff was around, and i think he will do the same with Malouda.

it often doesnt matter what the player wants. You have shown from your activities so far that you are obviously looking to do something about the farce of 'self sutaining and profitable by 2010' by buying on the cheap so if serious money will have to be splashed on Malouda and Madrid are interested in Robben, i would have thought it makes sense. I hope he does go because my personal opinion is that he is a blight on the premiership.

See Elliott - thats the price you pay for going 'On a slightly more serious note'!!

Bonetti, I wont bother again.

bfs.gif

take out the blight bit and the word farce then, and i think its a fair and debatable point. do you not think it is a sensible outcome and one that is likely to recoup what would be a good fee from robben given his injury record and lack of real impact in the last couple of years?

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Kenyon has come up with a non-denial denial regarding the future of Robbie - I reckon it's a way of keeping the price up. Once Malouda arrives clubs will be in with bids (Real, Juve maybe even Bayern), and the club won't resist them. Robbie does set up a lot of goals when he's available, but Jose's frustration at Anfield in January (when it was clear Robbie wanted out after getting clattered in the first 10 minutes) indicates that he feels we need someone who is a little stronger both physically and mentally. Great player though he is, I think he's on his way.

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I dont think Malouda can stay a chance against a fit Robben. Even if some spoiled people dont see it. I really ask myself what Robben did to be hated by Chelsea fans.

I don't think he's hated but alot of fans are really annoyed that he's injured all the time and many think that him diving is awful.

A fit robben without the diving is a dream come true.

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the thing about robben is he is made of glass, hes selfish, hes a pussy, he dives, and he is rubbish when it comes to defending(i know he doesn't really need to be defending but, every player on the pitch should be able to put in a decent challenge, but arjen loves to just throw his two feet in and hope for the best) other than all of that he is a deadly winger, with great pace, great ball control, and a good eye for goal.

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No problem.

On a slightly more serious note, Robben has always stated that he wants to stay at Chelsea, and his agent (father) has stated that Arjen wants to extend his contract.

The papers will tell you that Jose has 'become frustrated' with his constant injuries, and poor attitude; so i guess it just depends on what you want to believe.

I personally believe that he will stay.

He was happy to fight for his place when Duff was around, and i think he will do the same with Malouda.

it often doesnt matter what the player wants. You have shown from your activities so far that you are obviously looking to do something about the farce of 'self sutaining and profitable by 2010' by buying on the cheap so if serious money will have to be splashed on Malouda and Madrid are interested in Robben, i would have thought it makes sense. I hope he does go because my personal opinion is that he is a blight on the premiership.

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Robben at his best is the best left winger in the world! The diving and sometimes selfish acts are things that can be 'cured'. His team mates should say to him, professionally of course: STOP DIVING YOU SELFISH LITTLE C*NT!

If in fact his head is also made out of glass he probably will cry for a while but will come around soon enough.

Drogba don't dive as much as he used...

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the thing about robben is he is made of glass, hes selfish, hes a pussy, he dives, and he is rubbish when it comes to defending(i know he doesn't really need to be defending but, every player on the pitch should be able to put in a decent challenge, but arjen loves to just throw his two feet in and hope for the best) other than all of that he is a deadly winger, with great pace, great ball control, and a good eye for goal.

That's the trouble with Robben.

WHEN he's fit

WHEN he's not diving

WHEN he's in the mood

WHEN he's not being selfish

He is a FANTASTIC player.

Trouble is that doesn't seem to be too often right about now.

I still wouldn't want Chelsea to sell him as he is one of those players that does give us that extra dimension in attack and its a retrograde step to buy in Malouda and then sell Robben.

We sell the potential of having a great flair player back fit, who knows the premiership/team and who wants to show his worth again and sign a possibly good player who does not know the premiership/team in return.

This does not seem like a good idea to me.

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So far it seems as if JM has decided to play Robben as soon as he's fit and that has so far resulted in Robben getting injured again almost immediately. Perhaps he hasn't really had enough time to get 100% ready?

So with Malouda he might get that extra time to really get back on track and become 110% healthy?

Might Malouda make Robben stay fit?

If so that's a really interesting twist in this plot icon_lol.gif

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Yes may be that is what Jose is going to do.

Robben is just like my mother's best tea service, looks great, tea tastes great in it but you only bring it out for special occasions because you worried it will get broken if you use it too much.

Malouda could be your cheaper and more robust mug - doesn't look as pretty, tea still tastes just as good in it and it actually bounces when it falls on the floor.

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A nice analogy there callista. Sometimes you get the feeling that Robben is too precious for words.

And Rob, I seriously do think you've got some neck calling Robben a "blight on the premiership". Because of his diving, I presume? OK, well I won't defend him on this count, except to say that this aspect of his game has been far more noticeable since he came back after being injured during THAT game at Blackburn. But my point is, as I'm sure you already know .. St Stevie effing Gerrard ... who's blatant diving for your lot and for England is so obvious and so inept it surely must be embarrassing even to someone as red-eyed as yourself.

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