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    Chucky McChuckfaceChucky McChuckface
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    🙁

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    steveosnakeeyesteveosnakeeye
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    only Burnley away nancy 😉
    we always seem to play west hame just when thety start remembering how to play a football match, still think we will win tho

    #80551 Score: 0
    Chucky McChuckfaceChucky McChuckface
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    Can’t remember when we lost 5 in a row…

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    sean the sailor
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    Big game is city v utd.

    Utd in good form going into this game but still fancy city

    If Liverpool drop points this weekend then watch people panic!

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    steveosnakeeyesteveosnakeeye
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    no what you mean Sean but it wont be panic it will be wishful thinking form some oppo fans, job done mate!

    which makes not going large in the FA cup a little odd, but maybe he fancies retaining the CL 😉

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    sean the sailor
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    I think we are going out of the cl stevo

    Watford and Madrid basically play the same way with Madrid the better side for just sitting in. Think we had one shot on target in those two games

    We look blunt up forward and really devoid of any creativity. Midfield and defence no better at the minute

    It’s going to be a horrible game me aul chum

    We really need to bounce back on sat with a good performance and result

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    threepsthreeps
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    I thihk LFC game vs Bournemouth could be important to Liverpool’s progress in the CL. If they put on the a good performance it will give the team and maybe more importantly the crowd encouragement that they will perform well on Wednesday, bu put on another lethargic display and I think it will have a negative effect.

    Still Bournemouth at home is probably the game (apart from Everton at home for Liverpool!) any top team would choose to play in order to get their form back on track. 4-0 with Firmino finally breaking his season home scoring duck.

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    maverick1973maverick1973
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    I take it a 2-1 home defeat right now,as long as its not another 6-1 drubbing.Spuds just cant stop conceding,they are more open & generous than Kerry Katona & Katie Price combined.

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    nine nine nine
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    That could be exactly what Kane is thinking too Chucky.😊

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    nine nine nine
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    Mourinho bemoaning all his injuries again like he’s the only Manager with injuries. It’s getting really boring now.

    Alisson out of Saturdays game for Liverpool and currently doubtful for Tuesday. I can only see a comfortable win for Liverpool on Saturday but they could do with getting him fit for the Atletico game.

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    MoosMoos
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    Whose got more injuries than Chelsea, the abuse hurled at Diers brother was only one line, Eric is a terrible player, is all he said.

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    PaganPagan
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    Yeah, and the fan in the Cantona incident apparently only said “it’s an early bath for you Eric”

    ……Pagan

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    Chucky McChuckfaceChucky McChuckface
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    Did my post disappear??

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    nine nine nine
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    Kovacic out Willian faces late fitness test?, Abraham still out, Pulisic and Loftus Cheek whose not kicked a ball for us all season not yet match fit/ready to start,Kante out, Hudson Odoi has re injured his hamstring and Jorginho is suspended. And Jose thinks he’s got something to moan about.😊

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    threepsthreeps
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    Nine you’ve mentioned Chelsea’s injury problems a few times and obviously I dont follow the team as closely as you so I ask why are there so many? Are they training injuries? Is Lampard doing something that puts them at risk?

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    nine nine nine
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    threeps, Loftus Cheek was injured last season under Sarri in a friendly game , Kante’s injury problems started last season under Sarri. As was Hudson Odoi’s original injury. The other injuries were all primarily match related Kovacic and Willian were injured v Liverpool Tammy Abraham’s injury was an impact injury to his ankle suffered when he hit the hoardings v Arsenal.

    I’m sure though Frank and everyone at Chelsea from the medical staff down are reviewing the how’s and whys and what could be done about it to firstly try and restrict injuries and secondly to try and get injured players back more quickly.

    Sean Vranc The Chelsea Blog

    It’s been one of those season’s as far as injuries are concerned at Stamford Bridge. Whether it’s the way they train, or bad luck is anyone’s guess.

    Going into Sunday’s clash with Everton, it has been revealed the Blues could have nine players sidelined, that’s the claim of Chelsea’s goal.com correspondent, Nizaar Kinsella.

    “Nizaar Kinsella

    @NizaarKinsella
    Chelsea could be without nine players this weekend.”

    So who are the nine?
    Andreas Christensen missed Tuesday’s encounter with a knock. The Dane is also still nursing a broken nose sustained against Manchester United. Although the defender did play after the injury wearing a protective mask.

    N’Golo Kante (Abductor) has missed the past few games As has Callum Hudson-Odoi. The youngster missed the start of the campaign after suffering a torn Achilles. After fighting back to find some form, the 19-year-old is now out with a hamstring problem.

    Mateo Kovacic, and Willian both went off with Achilles problems in the 2-0 win on Monday night. The Brazilians’ injury is beleived to be less serious than the Croat.

    Christian Pulisic (thigh), and Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Achilles) are both close to fitness. The America hinted yesterday a return isn’t far away. Loftus-Cheek has appeared in the matchday squad, but is still short of match fitness.

    Tammy Abraham is still sidelined witu an ankle problem. The striker did have something to smile about last might though, after being named London’s premier league player of the year.

    Last but not least is A suspension, rather than an injury. Jorginho received his tenth booking of the season at Bournemouth last Saturday, meaning he must serve a two-match ban.

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    CriticalmaKCriticalmaK
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    How has Bournemouth’s goal stood? I was really calm when it went in, very sure that the VAR ref would see the obvious foul that the ref somehow missed…

    If you can’t see something like this in a replay then you shouldn’t be anywhere near sport.

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    maverick1973maverick1973
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    Pool all over the place so far,got to be more careful.

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    Mikus
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    Either way about the goal, we can be so easily undone at the moment. Just one ball through is putting us under huge pressure and both Van Dijk and Gomez have been making more mistakes recently.

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    Oz
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    I said a couple of weeks ago this season wasn’t over, we are in an ongoing slump & it appears the lads are struggling to get out of it. From what I’m reading we are lucky to only be 1 down & they are walking through us like a hot knife through butter.
    Heading to bed so I can only hope they can pull their heads out of their proverbial & get a couple of goals.
    Take care all & remember folks it’s only a game.

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