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Post by RomynPG » 22 Jan 2019, 22:35

His twitter handle has a hamstring strain - once recovered it will take human form and become self aware :shock:

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Re: Premier League Press Conferences and Twitter 2018/19

Post by Stemania » 29 Jan 2019, 15:15

Damn you Klippety! Trent doing a traffic light impression, back to red. :lol:

“Virg was a little bit ill, but he trained yesterday and will train today, so we will see.
“Dejan [Lovren] is fine, Gini trained [and] Fabinho will train today.
“Trent is getting closer and closer and it all looks very positive, but he will not be ready for tomorrow.

https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/first- ... ld-fabinho

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Post by Finisher1 » 29 Jan 2019, 15:25

Stemania wrote:
29 Jan 2019, 15:15
Damn you Klippety! Trent doing a traffic light impression, back to red. :lol:

“Virg was a little bit ill, but he trained yesterday and will train today, so we will see.
“Dejan [Lovren] is fine, Gini trained [and] Fabinho will train today.
“Trent is getting closer and closer and it all looks very positive, but he will not be ready for tomorrow.

https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/first- ... ld-fabinho
Ruled out from a match during warm-up :arrow: plays the full 90 minutes and is fine :arrow: ruled out for two months :arrow: no, just one week :arrow: nope, a month actually :arrow: oh well, he is very close to start the next game. And now it's 11 DAYS AFTER this next game and he still isn't ready!

What next? I think tomorrow he is ruled out for three months :arrow: then he is said to be close to start in GW25 :arrow: but he doesn't play in GW25. That seems like a logical continuity to me, but I'm not bold enough to predict how it continues after that!

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Post by raoul » 29 Jan 2019, 16:19

Finisher1 wrote:
29 Jan 2019, 15:25
Stemania wrote:
29 Jan 2019, 15:15
Damn you Klippety! Trent doing a traffic light impression, back to red. :lol:

“Virg was a little bit ill, but he trained yesterday and will train today, so we will see.
“Dejan [Lovren] is fine, Gini trained [and] Fabinho will train today.
“Trent is getting closer and closer and it all looks very positive, but he will not be ready for tomorrow.

https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/first- ... ld-fabinho
Ruled out from a match during warm-up :arrow: plays the full 90 minutes and is fine :arrow: ruled out for two months :arrow: no, just one week :arrow: nope, a month actually :arrow: oh well, he is very close to start the next game. And now it's 11 DAYS AFTER this next game and he still isn't ready!

What next? I think tomorrow he is ruled out for three months :arrow: then he is said to be close to start in GW25 :arrow: but he doesn't play in GW25. That seems like a logical continuity to me, but I'm not bold enough to predict how it continues after that!
I bet Bielsa knows the truth

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Post by Aldershot Rejects » 30 Jan 2019, 15:57

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Post by Joccki_10 » 31 Jan 2019, 15:03

Fabianski hoping to face Liverpool. “At the moment, I’m struggling with my arm in all honesty. It feels very sore and I can’t really straighten it. It will probably take a couple of days to settle. Hopefully I will be fine.”

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Post by Zimmerman » 31 Jan 2019, 16:01

Joccki_10 wrote:
31 Jan 2019, 11:15
Possible Ederson injury:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/20 ... newcastle/
A 'gash or a cut' isn't going to be enough to keep him out of the side.

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Post by Ruth_NZ » 01 Feb 2019, 09:42

Mail/Telegraph:

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri did not travel home from Bournemouth on the team coach on Wednesday night after accusing his players of ignoring his instructions. Rather than join the squad on the team bus, a visibly dismayed Sarri was driven back to London. His unusual decision could indicate a disharmony between the head coach and his players.

In a 50-minute dressing room inquest on Wednesday night after the 4-0 loss at Bournemouth, Sarri asked his under-performing stars if he was the reason why their form has declined alarmingly. It was Chelsea's heaviest Premier League defeat since 1996. The Italian asked his coaching staff, including assistant Gianfranco Zola, to leave the dressing room so he could speak to his players alone. Sarri did not lose his temper or raise his voice but the players were left in no doubt as to how angry he was with their performance.

He demanded to know why they had not followed his instructions, citing examples of moments in the game when he believed players were not sticking to his gameplan. Sarri asked the squad why they appeared to disregard what they had worked on in training and seemed unable to execute the basics of his tactical plans. The Italian has told his Chelsea players that they have not even picked up the basics of his ‘Sarriball’ philosophy and pointed the finger at, among others, Eden Hazard for failing to follow instructions. He also invited his players to tell him if there was anything he was doing that meant they were not responding to his methods. During his post-match press conference Sarri questioned his own ability to motivate the squad.

The players have private concerns about Sarri's lack of tactical adaptability. Having gone 18 games unbeaten at the start of Sarri's reign Chelsea have now won only one of their last five league games. Senior members of the squad believe their Premier League rivals have cottoned on to how they play and worked out how to nullify Sarri's system. The former Napoli boss has been so focused on impressing his Sarri-ball style on the squad that players feel they do not have a plan B.


I think the job is too big for him. Appears to be a one-trick pony. Worst of all, it seems that Hazard is too much for him to handle and that Sarri would rather get rid. This is not going to end well. :?

I am now beginning to understand why the repeated references to finding it hard to 'motivate' his players. I think it's about them not buying-in to his approach, perhaps because they know better than he does that the Regista idea has never functioned well in English football. He has a squad there that won the PL in 2 of the last 4 seasons and if anyone knows what it takes, they do.

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Post by TheRumourMill » 01 Feb 2019, 13:00

Wow. Good find Ruth, thanks for sharing. Reading this, it looks like we are approaching Sarri end game already then? The dressing room has always held sway at Chelsea, seems similar to latter day AVB era Chelsea right now. What's Gus Hiddink up to these days? :lol:

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Post by Ruth_NZ » 01 Feb 2019, 13:32

TheRumourMill wrote:Wow. Good find Ruth, thanks for sharing. Reading this, it looks like we are approaching Sarri end game already then? The dressing room has always held sway at Chelsea, seems similar to latter day AVB era Chelsea right now. What's Gus Hiddink up to these days? :lol:
Yeah, we might be and it's the last thing the board would want. They broke their own rules to get Higuain for him and they really want him to succeed. As do the fans in all honesty.

I wouldn't say it's the players specifically, it's the support as well. Every time I go to a game there are rumblings about Sarriball and his obstinacy. We had enough of that with Conte last season. :? In particular, it bemuses many fans to see the whole team twisted out of shape to accommodate a player (Jorginho) that doesn't often seem to be adding anything. His insistence on playing Hazard OOP and his public criticism of him also don't go down well.

I just think Sarri is out of his depth in all honesty and it almost looks as if he doesn't understand what he is dealing with. Chelsea are a level above any club he managed before. It's never going to happen but I'd like to see us get Howe at the end of the season, or even Frank Lampard. It's about time we had a English manager that will know how to bring the youth through, we have enormous talent in the academy to draw upon and unless some start breaking through then we'll lose them one after another. :(

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Post by Joccki_10 » 01 Feb 2019, 14:19

Monday comes too soon for Alexander-Arnold who should return to full training next week. Joe Gomez will be a little longer in his recovery. Milner is available after serving a one-match ban.

And still hasn’t dropped in price.

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Post by Ruth_NZ » 01 Feb 2019, 14:27

Joccki_10 wrote: Monday comes too soon for Alexander-Arnold who should return to full training next week. Joe Gomez will be a little longer in his recovery. Milner is available after serving a one-match ban.

And still hasn’t dropped in price.
He went red :arrow: clear :arrow: red a short while ago. I think that may mean he's now price-protected for 8 days. :lol:

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Post by TheRumourMill » 01 Feb 2019, 14:35

Ruth_NZ wrote:
01 Feb 2019, 13:32
TheRumourMill wrote:Wow. Good find Ruth, thanks for sharing. Reading this, it looks like we are approaching Sarri end game already then? The dressing room has always held sway at Chelsea, seems similar to latter day AVB era Chelsea right now. What's Gus Hiddink up to these days? :lol:
Yeah, we might be and it's the last thing the board would want. They broke their own rules to get Higuain for him and they really want him to succeed. As do the fans in all honesty.

I wouldn't say it's the players specifically, it's the support as well. Every time I go to a game there are rumblings about Sarriball and his obstinacy. We had enough of that with Conte last season. :? In particular, it bemuses many fans to see the whole team twisted out of shape to accommodate a player (Jorginho) that doesn't often seem to be adding anything. His insistence on playing Hazard OOP and his public criticism of him also don't go down well.

I just think Sarri is out of his depth in all honesty and it almost looks as if he doesn't understand what he is dealing with. Chelsea are a level above any club he managed before. It's never going to happen but I'd like to see us get Howe at the end of the season, or even Frank Lampard. It's about time we had a English manager that will know how to bring the youth through, we have enormous talent in the academy to draw upon and unless some start breaking through then we'll lose them one after another. :(
Its always difficult in these situations, Manchester United struggled on for a while with a rift between players and manager and eventually sided with the players. I think its slightly different at Chelsea with the manager being new and a number of the powerful players aging, like Luiz, Hazard, Willian etc. Perhaps they could side with the manager instead and move on the aging underperformers? Big risky call that, though. You would have to be utterly convinced Sarri is the right man for the long term to take that decision.

I do see the fans frustrations regarding Jorginho, the position of Kante etc. Especially after Conte was struggling similarly at the start of his tenure and made a radical formation change which succeeded very well. Similarly Wolves were going stale with their 3-4-3 and the switch to 3-5-2 has bought renewed success for them. You have to keep opponents guessing to an extent.

Interesting managerial suggestions. Howe I'm a big fan of, however if Chelsea are a level above what Sarri has managed before then the same applies to Howe. He also is questionable in the transfer market. However I completely agree that he would be great for the link between academy and first team. The mass panic on Chelsea's part when they realised Hudon Odoi wants to leave after zero league minutes all season, so hurridly gave him some starts in December/January to try and placate him was all rather embaressing really. Lampard is one for the future I think. He's still cutting his teeth at the moment and the Chapionship with Derby is a good place to learn for him for now. In 2-5 years time though depending how things go, sure :)

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Post by TheRumourMill » 01 Feb 2019, 14:37

Ruth_NZ wrote:
01 Feb 2019, 14:27
Joccki_10 wrote: Monday comes too soon for Alexander-Arnold who should return to full training next week. Joe Gomez will be a little longer in his recovery. Milner is available after serving a one-match ban.

And still hasn’t dropped in price.
He went red :arrow: clear :arrow: red a short while ago. I think that may mean he's now price-protected for 8 days. :lol:
I think he was being manually price protected by FPL Towers anyway so its a moot point :roll: :wink:

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Post by Ruth_NZ » 01 Feb 2019, 14:43

TheRumourMill wrote:
Ruth_NZ wrote:
Joccki_10 wrote: Monday comes too soon for Alexander-Arnold who should return to full training next week. Joe Gomez will be a little longer in his recovery. Milner is available after serving a one-match ban.

And still hasn’t dropped in price.
He went red :arrow: clear :arrow: red a short while ago. I think that may mean he's now price-protected for 8 days. :lol:
I think he was being manually price protected by FPL Towers anyway so its a moot point :roll: :wink:
I had better make it clear that I was just teasing Joccki and that no such thing happened. Someone may get on their high horse otherwise. :wink:

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Re: Premier League Press Conferences and Twitter 2018/19

Post by boise1234 » 01 Feb 2019, 19:21

whats the weather like over there?

any games likely to be called off this weekend?

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Post by blahblah » 01 Feb 2019, 19:26

Full Sarri (not quite a bawl, lol), for anyone interested

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivIyDU0FgiU

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Post by Aldershot Rejects » 01 Feb 2019, 21:59

Brooks out for a month according to Sky Sports.

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Post by blahblah » 01 Feb 2019, 22:03

Guess who went SWP over him due to fixtures just before the deadline last week.

He did a great job on Jorgi though, and looks like a very special player...

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Post by Tall Paul » 01 Feb 2019, 22:41

blahblah wrote:
01 Feb 2019, 22:03
Guess who went SWP over him due to fixtures just before the deadline last week.

He did a great job on Jorgi though, and looks like a very special player...
Shaun Wright-Phillips?

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Post by blahblah » 01 Feb 2019, 22:48

Tall Paul wrote:
01 Feb 2019, 22:41
blahblah wrote:
01 Feb 2019, 22:03
Guess who went SWP over him due to fixtures just before the deadline last week.

He did a great job on Jorgi though, and looks like a very special player...
Shaun Wright-Phillips?
Bod who scored at the weekend, so definitely not him :lol:

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Have you heard\read anything about Crouch getting minutes? He could be a good 3rd Sub, even if he just gets 15-20 mins if you're not winning?

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Post by Tall Paul » 01 Feb 2019, 22:58

blahblah wrote:
01 Feb 2019, 22:48
Tall Paul wrote:
01 Feb 2019, 22:41
blahblah wrote:
01 Feb 2019, 22:03
Guess who went SWP over him due to fixtures just before the deadline last week.

He did a great job on Jorgi though, and looks like a very special player...
Shaun Wright-Phillips?
Bod who scored at the weekend, so definitely not him :lol:

(Soton Mid)

Have you heard\read anything about Crouch getting minutes? He could be a good 3rd Sub, even if he just gets 15-20 mins if you're not winning?
Oh, James Ward-Prowse :lol:

I expect Crouch will just take Vokes' spot on the bench.

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Post by blahblah » 01 Feb 2019, 23:02

:lol: I was close enough for me, without knowing his name.

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Post by OIEIAO » 07 Feb 2019, 14:51

Aubameyang reported as sick but likely to be fit for Saturday.

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Post by Owsler » 07 Feb 2019, 18:25

Is he really needed against Huddersfield? Possibility he's rested or benched?

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Post by Joccki_10 » 08 Feb 2019, 13:33

”Alexander-Arnold, Wijnaldum and Henderson are all back in full training.” Klopp confirms Gomez's surgery was a success and the defender is hoping for a return to play within 4-6 weeks. TAA came through his first session on Thursday without any problems, but no decision on his involvement after missing close to a month.

OGS confirms Antonio Valencia is working his way back to full fitness. Explains that the captain would've travelled with the squad this weekend, but after suffering a setback in training, he won't be ready for another couple of weeks. Marcos Rojo has been back on the training pitches for the past few days, but United will be without Valencia and Darmian for a couple of weeks. “We’re still not bad. We’ve got 20-21 players training every day, so that’s good.” BBC Football reported last night that Rashford is likely to miss out with a dead leg, but he should be fine as their was no mention from OGS.

Jefferson Lerma will have a late fitness test. Eddie Howe reports that the Colombian has had a "mixed week of training." Nathaniel Clyne is ineligible under the terms of his loan agreement. Callum Wilson (knee) and David Brooks (ankle) remain on the sidelines. "Possibly out for around four weeks now."

Doucouré should be fit to face Everton after recovering from a knee injury. “He is training with the team and I think he is ready for the next game. I think he will be ready, but we’ll decide the line-up [on Friday]. He will be in a good condition to compete.” Femenía is also available following the hamstring injury he sustained against Burnley back in GW23. “We have two players, in Kiko and Doucouré, who have both been injured the last week, but they started training and both have possibilities to play.” Pereyra will miss out again. "It is something in his hamstring. He needs more time to recover. In a couple of days we’ll see if he will be ready. It is always important not to lose a player like Roberto, but you know I don’t like to complain about players I don’t have."

Yoshida is available following his return from the Asian Cup but the defender isn't a guaranteed starter this weekend. “Maya knows at the moment I don’t want to change the back five as Jack [Stephens] did a fantastic job last week so it’s normal he will play now.”

Harry Arter will be back in the squad. The midfielder was ineligible against his parent club. Camarasa has a chance. "We have to be a little bit careful with Victor.” Sean Morrison (appendectomy) is out until March.

Maurizio Sarri reports there are a few minor problems with his squad ahead of Sunday. Callum Hudson-Odoi (illness) and Gary Cahill (back). The Chelsea boss "hopes" to have all players available for the trip to City.

Dele Alli (hamstring) and Harry Kane (ankle) have commenced their on-field rehabilitation. Ben Davies (groin) is continues his recovery. A knee injury rules Vincent Janssen out this weekend while Eric Dier (virus) is also unavailable. Harry Kane (ankle) is ahead of schedule. Pochettino believes the striker is close to a return and he could be ready for the fixture with Burnley (GW27).

An ankle injury will keep Kouyate out again. Speroni has a minor injury, but Hodgson does have Hennessey and Guaita available for the visit of West Ham. Souare (dislocated shoulder) is out until March and "unfortunately Tomkins doesn't look like he'll be able to play."


Dinnery’s before 13:30 pm.

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Post by Smurphy's Paw » 08 Feb 2019, 14:01

Thanks Joccki, very helpful

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Post by raoul » 08 Feb 2019, 14:05

yes thanks Joccki. Very helpful ... until I read the Tomkins news at the end :roll:

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Post by Pirlo's Beard » 08 Feb 2019, 15:33

Joccki_10 wrote:
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A knee injury rules Vincent Janssen out this weekend
I think a knee injury isn't the only thing ruling out Vincent Janssen. :lol:

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