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Should Chelsea sign Robinho?

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Real Madrid's Robinho is on Chelsea's list of transfer targets - although they will not be offering the reported 48m needed to secure his services.

Would he be a good signing for Chelsea? Where would he fit into Luiz Felipe Scolari's side?

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posted Aug 9, 2008

Robinho had so much hype when he was younger but from the times I've seen him play I've always been disappointed.

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posted Aug 9, 2008

Apparently Real Madrid will not release him in the same mold as Man Utd didnt want to with Ronaldo. Funny how things come around. Can imagine Robinho trying his skills in the EPL and Chelsea are clearly backing Scolari into carving the team into a winning formula again, having missed out on the league and CL so narrowly.

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posted Aug 9, 2008

please try to sign somebody even if its not Robinho we want to get rid of Drogba he's not a part of our lovely and talented true blue team plus the guy groans and moans a lot to the extent that we the supporters switch off the tv.

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posted Aug 9, 2008

Drogba might moan & groan but he does hhis job he gets the ball in the back of the net,isn,t tha a good enough reason to keep him.

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posted Aug 9, 2008

robinho 'll be an excelent addition to chelsea's squad. if madrid agree to release him chelsea shld sign him.

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posted Aug 9, 2008

If Real Madrid agree to release him of course Chelsea will sign him, why else would they bid near 20m for him? But why would Robinho want to leave a prestigious club like Real to come to London? And why would Real release one of their top players?

They are not on Ronaldo's case anymore to have to release anyone and they would look silly to their fans if they were to come from a position potentially of having Ronaldo and Robinho to one where they end up with neither.

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posted Aug 10, 2008

poor old chelsea! all the best individual players not the best team! Ambrambovic (apologies for spelling) thinks he is playing football manager

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posted Aug 11, 2008

he is a fabtastic player as shankly said when there that good pay the earth

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posted Aug 18, 2008

I think Robinho would be a useful addition to any squad but at the moment I really dont see why Chelsea need pay 25-30 Million for another winger/striker, when we already have Joe Cole, Shaun Wright Phillips, Florent Malouda and Nicolas Anelka to play in these positions

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posted Aug 24, 2008

For Sepp Blaster mouth, slavery only applies to the English Premier League. In Real Madrid, Robinho is 'happy' to stay and the press is not saying the truth. Right, Sepp?

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