Date: 6th September 2019 at 11:16am
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Last season, with the threat of Chelsea losing the extraordinary talented Eden Hazard, I often mused that we’d struggle to finish in the top-four and could even slip to a mid-table position.

The fact that Hazard has now left us, and a two-window transfer ban is in place has done little to change my opinion.

But a temporary fall from grace will not stop me giving the club my unwavering support.

However, as we look to move on and give the legend that is Frank Lampard our backing, I have two points I’d like to make.

Firstly, with the two-window transfer ban in place, although an appeal has been lodged with CAS, am I the only one who feels the club has conveniently neglected to reveal who within their ranks was responsible for the scenario we find ourselves in.

Secondly, once the club are able to operate in the transfer window and are able to spend the pretty decent sum of money they’ve accumulated from not only the Hazard deal but others, which elements of the squad would you prioritise a being the most urgent to reinforce?

The floor is all yours!

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5 Replies to “Come The End Of The Transfer Ban What Area of The Squad Would You Spend The Ready Cash On?”

  • I am sure Tammy will succeed but
    unless the Batman finally displays consistent form, we will need another top striker and, based on our start, probably another central defender
    Midfield, I think we are well covered but we will need another wide man if Callum does not sign a new contract

  • I’d like Maddison from Leicester. I think the youngsters will sae the club millions. I love watching them play win, lose or draw. Keep the faith boys

  • I’d first spend some of the money on rewarding the top performers with bumper contracts. First and foremost. Football manager mode is completely secondary. That we would even ask the legions of armchair experts what they’d do, is beyond ridiculous. Most people don’t even know how to budget and spend their own money, let alone the wealth of a football club. I’ll leave the player shopping to the actual experts. (which hopefully, is the management and staff)

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