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24 Aug 2019, 14:38

Keturlapis_Dobilas wrote:
24 Aug 2019, 13:32
O tai jau pasirašė CHO tą 200k/pw kontraktą?
Dar ne :confusion-shrug:
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10 Sep 2019, 18:44

Dabar atrodo visai geras metas pasidalinti :lol:

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10 Sep 2019, 21:51

Nu kažką tokio ir apie Franco Di Santo savo laiku turbūt buvo galima susukt :lol:
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11 Sep 2019, 16:48

Nu teoriškai turbūt apie bet kokį žaidėją nuo Poškaus iki Di Santo galima neblogą klipą susukt, tik kad lygis skiriasi ir pvz. Di Santo už Chelsea nei vieno golo nėra įridenęs.
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12 Sep 2019, 10:40

Būtent apie turinį aš ir kalbu, kai iš 5 rungtynių paima 3 gerus epizodus ir juos pavadina 'player analysis', tai ne biški juokinga atrodo. :lol:

Kalbant apie kitus jaunuolius, tai James ir CHO jau treniruojasi, CHO turbūt jau šį penktadienį žais už U23 komandą.

Rudiger už rezervus jau kelias rungtynes sužaidė, tai yra šansų bent ant suolo savaitgalį jį pamatyt.

Kovacic, Kante ir Pedro vis dar po klaustuku.

RLC dar kurį laiką tikrai bus out.
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12 Sep 2019, 21:23

Nu iš kiek yra iš tiek padarė :confusion-shrug: Panašu, kad ne turinys kliūna, o pavadinimas. Epizodų ne 3, nes vien įvarčių daugiau, o 6 su puse minutės.

Už U23 turėtų žaist ne tik CHO, bet ir James.
Po labai dideliu klaustuku ir Emersonas, kuris greičiausiai praleis mačą vs Wolves, bet po jo jau grįš.
Rudigeris manau jau turbūt ir tiesiai į startą eis, nes sėdėjimas ant suolo kaip ir nelabai ką duoda, o už U23 jis jau nebežais.

Dėl visų likusių turbūt reiks laukt Lampardo press-konfos, kad kažką sužinot. Bet net ir likę iš visko sprendžiant jei dar ir nežais, tai labiau 1-2sav klausimas nei kažkas rimto.
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13 Sep 2019, 14:45

Pedro, Kovacic ir Rudiger sveiki, Kante vis dar out.
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13 Sep 2019, 14:59

Apie Emersoną nei žodžio, bet žmonės kalba, kad nuo grįžimo iš rinktinės jis vis dar nesitreniruoja, tai ryt turėtume pamatyt Alonso comebacką.
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16 Sep 2019, 15:45

Kante irgi grįžo į treniruotes, šiandien su komanda nesitreniravo tik Emersonas, Rudigeris (ir RLC, žinoma). Abu šiaip labai reiktų atgaivint iki Liverpoolio.

Tiesa CHO ir James penktadienį už U23 išspaudė atitinkamai 60 ir 45min, o pirminiai įspūdžiai žiūrėjusių žmonių buvo, kad jie kol kas tik tiek teišspaudžia pagal savo formą, o ne kad juos pataupė rytojaus mačui.
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Mountui niekas nenulūžo ir netrūko, tik patempta čiurna. Priklausomai nuo to kaip greit gis, nežais 1-2sav, tai iš rimtų mačų praleis nebent Liverpoolį.

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Iš ne tokių smagių naujienų, pagal dabartinį grafiką RLC į treniruotes su komanda grįš po 6 savaičių.
Apie Emersoną ir Rudigerį dar jokių žinių, gal ryt Lampardas duos kokį update.
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Yesterday, 20:54

CHO pagaliau pasirase nauja 5 metu kontrakta!
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Yesterday, 20:56

Dabar jau tikrai pratęsė:


Toliau laukia Tomori, James ir Abraham. Lampardo darbą bus galima pasisekusiu laikyt :lol:
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Kylant haipui aplink Tomori, visai smagus rašinys apie šį jaunuolį:
You’re a rising star in the Chelsea first team, the fans are chanting your name and the financial rewards are already coming your way.

There are many different ways a young player reacts to finding themselves in this kind of spotlight, not all of them positive as many headlines over the years will demonstrate.

But it is a measure of Fikayo Tomori’s determination not to get carried away by his early success that he still loves nothing more than to hit the books.

Most would assume the centre-half has no need to worry about continuing his education. He has started at the back in Chelsea’s last three games and is already being viewed as a senior England international of the future.

Amid the gloom of Chelsea’s 1-0 defeat to Valencia in the Champions League on Tuesday night, the 21-year-old’s assured display provided a clear highlight and cause for optimism.

The home crowd made their feelings clear, with loud chants of ‘Tomorrrrri’ after he gave Valencia striker Kevin Gameiro a five-yard head start but used electric pace to win the ball with ease. His passing was assured and it was his header that won the last-gasp penalty that Ross Barkley ultimately missed.

Even when the club’s influential centre-back Antonio Rudiger returns to the line-up following knee and groin injuries, Tomori looks bound to appear regularly throughout the campaign.

And yet he is not taking anything for granted. So much so that he is currently studying for a degree in business management.

A hard work ethic has been instilled into him by his proud parents Yinka and Mo from a very early age. An indication of that is the fact that Tomori actually took his three A-levels early (before 18) while shining in Chelsea’s academy.

Significantly, part of the discussions with Brighton over a loan move two and a half years ago involved how a trusted tutor, who Chelsea had booked to help him at their base in Cobham, could still meet up with Tomori as he revised for an extra A-level.

Those close to him try to suggest that the upward trajectory of his football career might negate the need to study, but Tomori remains adamant.

In talking to those who have come across Tomori in the football world so far, his willingness to learn is one of the characteristics that have really stood out.

For example, the start to his loan at Brighton couldn’t have gone much worse. On debut he was part of the side that were beaten by non-league (at the time) Lincoln City in the FA Cup. To make matters worse, he scored an own goal in the 3-1 defeat.

However, seasoned professionals Shane Duffy and Lewis Dunk were impressed by this youngster’s attitude, desire to improve and confidence to ask them questions. It also didn’t go unnoticed by their manager Chris Hughton, who played him 10 times in the second half of that campaign.

The following year was spent at Hull City and that was even tougher. The coach who signed him, Leonid Slutsky, left by mutual consent before Christmas and the team ended up finishing a lowly 18th place under Nigel Adkins after conceded 70 goals in 46 matches.

While Brighton wasn’t too far from his family home in Gravesend, being in East Yorkshire was a different story. But dad Yinka wasn’t alarmed at what was going on at Hull, where Tomori played 26 times. His son was experiencing the real world, in football terms, away from the comforts of the Chelsea academy.

That was where the defender had learned his trade from the age of seven. He was on part of the sides that won the UEFA Youth League and FA Youth Cups in 2015 and 2016, and was the academy player of the year in 2016, too.

Yinka is an accountant by trade and wanted his son to be prepared from a very early stage for life after football. Mum Mo commutes to London for work and his younger sister is about to start university.

When it came to choosing where to play in 2018-19, a top Championship club were in contact before Derby County, then under the stewardship of now Chelsea boss Frank Lampard, had even made an approach.

It is understood the manager of this unnamed rival was trying to convince Tomori before and after Lampard made his intentions clear.

But after hearing what Lampard had to say, as well as knowing former Chelsea youth coach Jody Morris was his assistant, the decision was made to go to Pride Park instead. It just felt like the right switch to make.

Again there were setbacks, none more so than when he scored an own goal when Derby took on his parent club at Stamford Bridge in a League Cup defeat.

Yet one of his standout assets is a mental resilience to bounce back from adversity. By the end of the season he was voted Player of the Year by Derby fans, the first loanee in the club’s history to win the award.

When Lampard’s side lost the Championship play-off final to Aston Villa at Wembley to miss out on promotion to the Premier League, some of those employed by Derby noticed how Tomori was genuinely devastated not to have delivered the result the club craved. There were no feelings of superiority or arrogance over being registered at Chelsea and knowing there was a safety net. He wanted Derby to succeed.

Still, before David Luiz made his desire of a move to Arsenal known last month, Tomori looked like spending another season playing for someone else. Everton were in advanced discussions but, with the Brazilian’s departure, Tomori was not going to be released by the Blues. Since coming on as a substitute in the UEFA Super Cup Final against Liverpool he has not looked back.

Tomori is eligible to play for three international teams due to the fact he was born in Canada, his parents are Nigerian and he moved to England when he was a boy.

Canada provided his first taste of international football at under-20 level, giving him three caps, one of which came against England in Doncaster in 2016.

That day he faced Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford, who was the subject of much hype having just scored five goals in his first eight senior matches for the Red Devils. Interest in Rashford was so high that MUTV, Manchester United’s in-house television channel, decided to screen the match live in order to satisfy demand.

But thanks to Tomori, Rashford barely had a sniff. Soon after, moves were made to lure the central defender to the England set-up, although if they’re not careful they too may see the defender slip through their fingers, with Nigeria now taking keen interest in the youngster.

With the Chelsea player yet to play in a competitive game for the senior England side, he can still make the switch if he so chooses. But, much to the relief of those at St George’s Park, Tomori isn’t planning on representing anyone else. Indeed, because he was part of the England team that won the Under-20 World Cup in 2017, it is believed his commitment is to England only.

The Athletic understands it won’t be long before Chelsea offer him a long-term deal to ensure he stays with them for the forseeable future, too. His current contract has less than two years to run but, just like Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Callum Hudson-Odoi, the plan is to give Tomori a pay rise and a new agreement for five years.

No-one can say he hasn’t earned it. Watching Tomori play against Valencia in his capacity as a pundit last night, former Chelsea striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink said: “He did ever so well. He didn’t look out of place, he covered for (Andreas) Christensen and (Marcos) Alonso, was good on the ball.”

Tomori is always assured in the tackle and reads the game well. Perhaps his strongest asset, though, is his speed, which helps compensate for his greatest weakness.There are occasions in matches where there is the odd lapse in concentration and opponents take advantage to run past.

His range of passing is getting better, which is key for Lampard’s desire to play out from the back, plus he is good in the air. And he isn’t afraid of confronting players trying a bit of gamesmanship at his expense. One Valencia player was given a verbal reprimand after falling easily to try to win a free kick. Not something you might expect from someone on their Champions League debut.

It would be a surprise if Tomori doesn’t start against one of the most fearsome attacks in Europe on Sunday when Liverpool trio Mohamed Salah, Saido Mane and Firmino come to west London.

“That won’t phase him at all,” an insider said. “He will be looking forward to it, but will remain calm and chilled as always.”

Tomori will undoubtedly go on to collect his degree, but it’s his ability to pass a number of tests on a football pitch which will see him shine for Chelsea.
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Today, 09:43

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Yesterday, 20:56
Marina vo :handgestures-thumbup:
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Beveik vien tik geros naujienos - ryškiai jau laukia kažkas blogo greitu metu.
Kante ir Emersonas treniruojasi, abu galimai net ir žais jau poryt, priklausomai nu kondicijos. Mountas irgi yra šansų, kad žais, nes jauni kaulai ten viską, tai greit gyja.

Vienintelis Rudigeris dar nesitreniruoja ir tikrai nežais.
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