Loic Remy's exit is a gamble for Chelsea

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The_Virus

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Rumour has it that Chelsea's no.2 hitman Loic Remy is on his way out. In my opinion, this is a bad move. Loic Remy had proved himself to be a viable second option to Diego Costa. Remy justified his selection in the last 10 games of last season when Costa was in and out due to injury.

Remy is being sold because Chelsea have bought Falcao. This is a big gamble because Costa is injury prone and Falcao's better days are behind him. In addition, Falcao himself is injury prone. I see a situation where Chelsea will have no no. 9 due to injuries of both these men and then Mourinho will be forced to play Hazard as a false 9. These are my 2 cents.
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Mr Black

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Remember Diego Costa used to play second fiddle to Falcao, when he got the chance to lead the line he exploded with goals galore. Remy deserves that chance too, I'd love to see how good he could become.
 

WuTang

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Remember Diego Costa used to play second fiddle to Falcao, when he got the chance to lead the line he exploded with goals galore. Remy deserves that chance too, I'd love to see how good he could become.
Lakini pia miaka inaenda considering that he's 28.
 

agik

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#14
Huyu sturridge na diaby wanakuwanga wameundwa na glass ama nini?. Injuries all the time.
Kulikuwa na mwingine Man U anaitwa Hargreaves. Same story
 

The_Virus

Village Elder
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Huyu sturridge na diaby wanakuwanga wameundwa na glass ama nini?. Injuries all the time.
Kulikuwa na mwingine Man U anaitwa Hargreaves. Same story
Umesahau Kim Kallstrom he was signed and the following day put on the injury list. Arsenal fans never got to see him play
 

The_Virus

Village Elder
#20
Jose Mourinho has insisted that Loic Remy will stay at Chelsea despite the clamour of Premier League clubs, led by West Ham, that want to sign him – and the player himself also says that he wants to stay and fight.
 
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