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Should Kalou get a new deal?

Premier League Chelsea
by Pterodactyl (U13757776) 29 January 2009
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Personally I'm starting to think more highly of Kalou-okay, so he's not the most gifted forward out there, but I like his work rate-he is one of the few players on our team you can always count on to wear the blue shirt with some degree of pride. He doesn't have the attitude problem of Drogba, he's just a quiet, hard working figure, and for this I reckon he should get a new deal at the club.
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posted Jan 30, 2009

So he protests over people being locked up for their politics? So what? Hasn't the FA got more important things to do, like dealing with the to**ers who own and run our football clubs?

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posted Jan 30, 2009

If his protest was directed at the Ivory Coast then the English FA should go mind their own business. It has nothing at all to do with them.

As Stated by FORENSICS05 Spend the time sorting out Bum referee's. Too many Muppets with not enough work to do, time for a little "Thinning Out" at the top !

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posted Jan 30, 2009

FA charge against KALOU is politically multivated. Chelsea has won two matches,fa is now on their troat. I hope Benitez has written it down in his diary.

Infact FA needed serious overhauling. You know what... RAFA IS RIGHT. (favourism towards manu). BBC/606 are not exeptional... why can't they tell us how strong everton will be against manu...? why can't they encourage everton players to put same fight against saf boyz...? i need to know why are they not puting up presure such important match now especially the form and archeivement evertorians as shown recently?

What their low thinking ability tells them is to sn***ph arround Chelsea players to see who is eating and what type of juice he drinks .... who know it may contain alchohol... we can chargeeeeee him. or or how they raise their hand to celebrate ... may be their is a tantoo that reads naz***** and his hand movement together with the chewing gum in his mouth make it look like he was saying nazim or BBC give us controver**** headling that can .... you know youknow...!!! ahh ahha.

FA FA FA yikesyikesyikesyikes

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posted Jan 30, 2009

anyone tell me what the difference is between Kalou's celebration and Anelka's apart from the finger movements???

the FA don't have confuse me.

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posted Jan 30, 2009

even if it was a political gesture, so what? if someone has been freed, both THEY are happy and also the people that freed them are happy to let them go

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posted Jan 30, 2009

I just read the top message in this thread and agree about Klooless. Yes even I jest with his name when he misses so many good goal opportunities. Although when I do I recognise that more often than not he is a player who really does his best for Chelsea. Yes he has his off days, but generally he is 'up for it' and that is why I'd always have him play for us rather than someone twice as gifted but performs one match in three. He has natural skill and enthusiasm and we have to nurture one and feed the other. The more he plays the better he can get. Imagine him after 4 solid Prem seasons behind him, but we can also kill that energy if we don't start spreading it through the rest of the team.

I'm all for one or two younger players in. Keep the oldies fit for the main games, but when injury happens don't rush off and sign an ex-international aged 32/33 as cover but put the young lads in and let them stay in if they perform and only let so called senior players back if they can prove fitness and sharpness. I have a strong inkling we have a seniors elite at Chelsea, a cabal who brook no nonsense like rotation without injury. They seem to be able to get in the first team regardless of current form and make noises about leaving when they are left out when not playing well.

We seem to be getting more and more like Arsenal used to be. An ageing first team resigned to letting all the up and coming youngsters go who went on to do great things at other teams or at least showed they deserved and could at least cope with first team action in the Premiership.

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posted Jan 30, 2009

Here we go, another F.A. storm in a teacup! You can tell its quiet.
Imagine how exciting it is in their offices? Bored with tiddlywinks and kerplunk they decide to investigate nonsense like this! laughable!
What next? a smile at the wrong person? A wink in the wrong direction? Socks too low? The F.A. realy do need to get a life.

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posted Jan 30, 2009

Totaly agree with what was said in the article. He is one of the very few players who wear the chelsea shirt with pride.

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posted Jan 30, 2009

Eff the FA, they are becoming a joke,they are making a mountain out of a molehill and for what reason? Perhaps it's them who are politically motivated or a poison voice is ringing in their ears!!! Bet Benitez knows who it is. How come they don't look at viloent conduct retrospectively? i.e. Rooneys Vicious elbow against Stoke or various simulated dives in order to win free kicks. Surely these are role models that children are far more influenced by beseides punishing somebody for something the vast majority don't understand or care about! Maybe it's an attempt to destabilise Chelsea and Kalou before they get into their stride, I've a feeling we are going to see a lot of this from here on. Kalou was great, hopefully he can build on this and find some fire in his belly to ignite his talent. He will drag defenders out of position and and punce on loose ball, which seems to be his forte.

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posted Feb 5, 2009

Kalou is Chelsea's hero. He dolminates football and life. xxx Kalou for ever xxx

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