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31 minutes ago, Obinna said:

Biggest game of his club career today?

Be interesting to see who he gets to matched up against.  At the weekend they played pretty narrow, with Mount and Barkley slotting in behind Giroud and getting a little bit of width from wingbacks.

It gave them their first league win in 5, against Spurs.  So that might mean more naturally wide players like  Willian or Pedro (supposed to be back) will not start again.

 

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Wow guys, this one was special. I was in the building for this one and got to see Davies up close in a big match.    he didn’t offer a ton offensively in this one and was absolutely GASSED by t

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2 hours ago, WestHamCanadianinOxford said:

Be interesting to see who he gets to matched up against.  At the weekend they played pretty narrow, with Mount and Barkley slotting in behind Giroud and getting a little bit of width from wingbacks.

It gave them their first league win in 5, against Spurs.  So that might mean more naturally wide players like  Willian or Pedro (supposed to be back) will not start again.

 

Looks like Mount and James are on his side.

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45 minutes ago, spitfire said:

Sorry one more thing it drives me nuts that the bt sports guys call him DAVIS!!! 

I always thought that was the Welsh/British pronounciation of that surname but regardless, the name should be pronounced the way the player pronounces it.  

I'm always reminded of how Youri Djorkaeff's name was pronounced by ITV announcer Brian Moore as "jerk off."  

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Making this look so simple lol

https://streamja.com/7ZLW

 

"My dad has always been a big Chelsea fan, and I was a fan of Didier Drogba," the 19-year-old told Germany's leading sports specialist magazine, kicker. "But I'm pretty sure he loves me more than he does Chelsea (laughs)."

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2 hours ago, Obinna said:

Looks like Mount and James are on his side.

The assist and the other runs were amazing but when he caught and eased Mount off the ball for a goal kick early on - that is what you need your left back to do, first and foremost.  And Mount is not a slow player but he looked like he was standing still. 

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