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Deeg67

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  1. I think he's a pretty solid player, but I worry about fit. Carvalho and Ndidi together is a pretty negative set-up since it means sacrificing a player with attacking intent.
  2. The Perez hate has reached comic levels of absurdity. He's an excellent squad player and borderline starter on a good team if he's played in position (i.e. centrally).
  3. To be fair, no one is as clever as Rodgers thinks he is.
  4. That was how I felt when I heard BR say he pulled Kelechi because he had a bad game. Obviously I had the wrong replay going.
  5. Perez has been inconsistent, mostly because he's mostly played out of position. But what I find baffling is with the veritable smorgasbord of options for criticism after that debacle yesterday (starting with the manager), anyone would single out Perez. He was one of our better players and the direct cause of our only goal.
  6. Hard luck then, because that’s the rule - halftime doesn’t count as one of the 3 occasions. For the record, Rodgers hasn’t used all his subs a single time since the restart.
  7. Believe me, he'd still be pretty fuching smart. He's a brilliant manager, don't kid yourself.
  8. Perez certainly wasn't the problem. His touch is off but he's doing OK in the Shinji "forechecking" role - he forced a turnover that led directly to the goal.
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    Luka Jovic

    The thing about Kelechi is that he can succeed in something like a hybrid withdrawn striker/#10 role. He’s also decent at holdup play and a good finisher. He has a bit of the jack of all trades, master of none to him that makes him an idea “extra” forward on a roster. Harsh on him, but the reality. An up-front trio of Vardy, Jovic and Kelechi would be balanced and versatile, and one way or another there’s no way both Vardy and Jovic would still be with the club in two years anyway.
  10. Well, we aren’t going to do that and if we did, what Chelsea did yesterday wouldn’t matter anyway.
  11. Thank you, Sheffield United. Man U is probably too much to ask, but we still have a chance to finish ahead of Chelsea. 3 points tomorrow is an absolute, total must. No ifs, ands or buts.
  12. Deeg67

    Luka Jovic

    And how much time did he lose by being needlessly benched when he clearly deserved to be starting? Those are games he'll never get back.
  13. Deeg67

    Luka Jovic

    Jovic is a classic example of why moving to the biggest club possible can be a disaster for a young player. Their careers are insignificant to the big clubs, as is money - throwing a lot of it at a player and then keeping them around gathering dust as insurance is nothing to them. Pulisic is another good example - he should never have gone to Chelsea, and Chelsea is no Real Madrid. That said, I'm highly skeptical Jovic would sign with us. In his mind, he can still do better.
  14. In addition to blowing a CL spot from where we were being a disaster generally, losing the potential financial boost alone would be a devastating blow for a club like ours.
  15. So is Chelsea basically planning on signing everyone?
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