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Thoughts on the QPR game

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Coming up to the Reading game this past weekend, I was very excited about the potential lineup. There were rumors of Piazon making an appearance for the first team after being omitted from the reserves’ game a few days prior. In addition, with Mata being left out, I was hoping to see Oscar get his first start, or possibly Victor Moses. One thing for sure, I certainly didn’t expect RDM to field Bertrand and Ramires either side of Hazard. Continue reading

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Stop the Non-Sense

Rumors flooded the net today that Christiano Ronaldo might be looking to get away from the beurnabeu. Ok the world’s best played player didn’t celebrate after scoring a brace vs Granada last weekend, and went on to say he didn’t do so because he was “sad”.  Sure the only explanation to that must be that he wants to leave the club… come on .. get a grip! Continue reading

Back in Business !!!

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Hello people!

Sorry I’ve been away for this long, but guess what? I’m back now!

Where should I start? Well maybe with the recent activities and news surrounding Chelsea FC. For once in the past 3 years, I was delighted with the club’s recent transfer policy. Chelsea dipped very early into the market, got their main target in Eden Hazard, and allowed him to gel with the current squad during pre-season. If I had to pick a single player to reinforce the squad over the summer, it would’ve been exactly him: Eden Hazard.
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Chelsea Summer Transfer Activity – Aguero & Javi Martinez

They’ve done it. Simply put, Chelsea has completely dominated the Premier League this year, by beating each one of their top 4 opponents twice, and registering the EPL/FA CUP double. Not bad for a first year in charge Sir Carlo. Now that this is behind them, Chelsea is being linked with all the players ever to be seen on a football pitch. There is no doubt that they will buy in the summer, but with Carlo not being the “big spender” type, who is likely to make it to Chelsea, and more importantly, who do they need? Continue reading