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[Football] Mykhaylo Mudryk has no brain!













Harry Wilson's tackle

Harry Wilson's Tackle
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Oct 8, 2003
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They’re better when he doesn’t play. He’s a head down, ignore team mates playing style.
I think his head's been wrong at Chelsea. Hardly surprising.

Now, with a manager like RDZ.....
 








Harry Wilson's tackle

Harry Wilson's Tackle
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Well if this were true, doesn't say much about the Chelsea ideologies if RDZ rated the brainless oaf :facepalm:

The article also says Chelsea plan to sing Harry Kane.
 














edna krabappel

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Jul 7, 2003
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Nothing would be funnier than Chelsea ending up with a load of failing players on eight year contracts that they can't get rid of due to their salaries. They even gave super long deals to dross like Sanchez. Hopefully they all end up like Winston Bogarde or late-career Gareth Bale: wasting away in the shadows but refusing to leave because they won't get the huge wages elsewhere.

Mudryk has had over a year now, and they're still saying "He'll come good soon" every week. So far, his performances have been deeply underwhelming for a man they paid nearly £90 million for. It's superb.
 






beorhthelm

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Jul 21, 2003
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well they took a punt didn't they? fast and scored a few in Ukraine, thought might be the new [winger of note]. was never quite sure why they made such a song an dance about him.
 


edna krabappel

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well they took a punt didn't they? fast and scored a few in Ukraine, thought might be the new [winger of note]. was never quite sure why they made such a song an dance about him.
It was their typical thing of identifying a decent young player, realising there are other clubs interested and signing him merely to stop anyone else getting their hands on him, regardless of whether they actually have a need for that kind of player. They did the same with Romeo Lavia, who so far has spent almost the entire season injured. Because they are run by rich and stupid people, they can afford to take that chance and throw the money away if it doesn't work out.
 








el punal

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It was their typical thing of identifying a decent young player, realising there are other clubs interested and signing him merely to stop anyone else getting their hands on him, regardless of whether they actually have a need for that kind of player. They did the same with Romeo Lavia, who so far has spent almost the entire season injured. Because they are run by rich and stupid people, they can afford to take that chance and throw the money away if it doesn't work out.
And Paul Jewell wants to go there? :facepalm:
 




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