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21 September 2009


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like this post. top of the league...six wins out of six, beating the spuds. chelsea back on top!

think carvalho deserves more of a mention tho, he's been awesomf for the last few games imho. franks been a bit quiet though, which is worrying

Frank Lampard hasn't been quite. He has provided some amazing assists (beautiful through ball against stoke, 2 awesome volleys against burnly). It's just that he's not scoring goals which is fine with our new system. With our previous systems, the focus was very much on Lamps making late runs & scoring goals. With this new system, he contributes by making brilliant plays instead of scoring goals. His shots are not up to his high standard this season but I'm sure he'll step us as season progresses.

i think ballack is worth putting in here !
he looks like what he used to be for bayern and part of the 07/08 season - goal scoring midfielder !

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