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[Football] De Zerbi to Chelsea?



Home and Away

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Sep 18, 2018
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He's not going to be very popular here anymore if he goes to Chelsea.

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SeagullinExile

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Sep 10, 2010
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London
It’ll be Amorim I reckon.
 






Hiheidi

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Dec 27, 2022
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Naylor's article about where it all went wrong said RDZ specifically wanted players aged 25+ . I think Chelsea are worse off than us in this age bracket.
 






The Grockle

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Sep 26, 2008
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Dorset
I wouldn't have any bad feelings if he went to Chelsea, its a brave move as they won't be patient but it feels like they are on the cusp of being a top team again.

RDZ to Chelsea is another advert for our club, normally a club our size is a couple of steps away from the top jobs but we have quickly become a very attractive destination outside of the big six.
 






Hugo Rune

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The guy on Sky Sports News who calls himself ‘Kaveh Solhekol’ all but ruled RDZ out earlier.
 




Harry Wilson's tackle

Harry Wilson's Tackle
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Oct 8, 2003
52,146
Faversham
Please it be so.

But as posted elsewhere, Bobby won't dangle his massive undercarriage into that Waring 4L (RRP £2,764)
 




Harry Wilson's tackle

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Hiheidi

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The leadership team, came armed with data. Some 'negative' data was presented to Pochettino showcasing some of Chelsea's season-long inconsistencies or weaknesses, including missed big chances and failure to make set pieces count.

If that's what they're going on, the RDZ data would be the same or worse.

 


Sid and the Sharknados

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The leadership team, came armed with data. Some 'negative' data was presented to Pochettino showcasing some of Chelsea's season-long inconsistencies or weaknesses, including missed big chances and failure to make set pieces count.

If that's what they're going on, the RDZ data would be the same or worse.


If those statistics are what they're basing decisions on you really have to wonder what they were thinking appointing Potter.
 




Iggle Piggle

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Sep 3, 2010
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The leadership team, came armed with data. Some 'negative' data was presented to Pochettino showcasing some of Chelsea's season-long inconsistencies or weaknesses, including missed big chances and failure to make set pieces count.

If that's what they're going on, the RDZ data would be the same or worse.



Sounds like a classic example of those who have no clue what the data is saying drawing incorrect conclusions about it and congratulating themselves with their cleverness.

It's why we will always be one step ahead. The real trick isn't reams of data but being able to separate the signal from the noise within it
 














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