Date: 10th February 2019 at 11:55am
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Chelsea begin a run of games this afternoon that have a very intimidating look about them.

A trip to the Etihad Stadium, to take on Manchester City, starts a run that also sees a clash with Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League, Manchester United in the FA Cup, Manchester City (again) in the Carabao Cup and Malmo in the Europa League.

However, despite Chelsea’s renowned unpredictability, you wouldn’t put it past the side to provide a performance today and get a result.

A result is definitely needed as results ahead of our game have contrived to see the club slip out of the top-four, with Manchester United grabbing that vital fourth Champions League spot.

But can Maurizio Sarri inspire his side to upset the apple-cart?

As usual, we’re running our Match Day Moments feature whereby we invite you to leave your opinions on a variety of subjects including, but not limited to:

1 – The build-up to the big fixture.

2 – The starting eleven selected by Maurizio Sarri.

3 – The action as it happens at the Etihad Stadium.

4 – Your thoughts in the immediate period following the sound of the final whistle.

Up the Chels!

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29 Replies to “Match Day Moments – Premier League – Manchester City v Chelsea”

  • Shambolic again …. Why oh why do we not play Kante in his best position at least in these big matches ….

  • Was about to comment on how asleep Alonso is in these big games, but actually that can apply to all our defenders. Wake the f**k up

  • Naive from us sarri out of his depth we could get thrashed here sarri out before the season is totally lost I want a young premier manager to replace him

  • When I mentioned at the beginning that Sarri’s predetermined substitutions were a mark of a manager with no ambitions I was told I did not know what I was talking about. Sarri has no sense of how a player is performing on the pitch, he only knows that at a given time he would substitute that player for that one.

  • 5-0 ….in 55 minutes …. Penalty given for a rash challenge from Azpi … Shocking scorelines which can get worse , and our better goal difference vis-a-vis ManU & Arse also going for a toss

  • So totally time for a new owner. Sell to the English billionaire. No more of this Russian clown, and his useful idiots…

  • I was quick to condemn him because he’s the last viable option of “big name” managers left at our disposal, due to idiot owner not knowing how to run a football club. Nobody else wants to touch this toxic club. If he were any kind of an owner, he’d step up and refund every fan who held a ticket for this match. And then, he’d immediately abandon his draconian ways. (which for us, basically means selling the club to a modern-minded owner)

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