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HiI was just wondering how many people think that michael chopra is premiership material as he is in such good form at the moment for the bluebirds and do you think a premiership team will come in for him in the january trasfer window.
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posted Oct 2, 2009
of course hes premiership standard, look at some of the rubbish and tell me chopra aint better, if you can score goals you can score goals anywhere, just need to be sharper and fitter the higher you play. its a no brainer ;)
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I can think of more than a few strikers that I would pick Chopra before in the Premier Blackwood , good point . Chopra needs the right manager to succeed no matter where he goes and he has that in Jones , that's fairly obvious . Like Scotland and Martinez . Two seasons ago , Scotland helped us get into the Championship with Roberto at the helm , winning League 1. . Last season ,Scotland helped get us close to the playoffs in the championship , with Martinez's guidance . This season , last week as a matter of fact , Martinez started Scotland in his first game in the Premier against Chelsea , a game the beat Chelsea 3 - 1 . . All that in subsequent seasons , 3 divisions , manager and player <ok> .
Chopra has already proved that he isn't quite good enough for the Premiership, but at this level he's a class act. Any Premiership club would be foolish or desperate to pay more than £4 million for a player who might help them to get relegated.
All I'm saying Gabbidon , at this point , is Chopra , Cardiff and Jones for that matter , would be foolish to part company , but I sure everyone has there take on it , that's mine <cheers> all .
Chopra is far better than Earnie.This time next season he will be playing in The Premier League.Almost certainly not with us though.
Whether Cardiff are in the Championship or the Premier next season , my money is on Chopra being with Cardiff , as long as Jones is still with you . Where Jones is , Chopra will be ..IMO , Sorry to post to much on this thread , but I really feel strongly about the Chopra , Jones connection , and Cardiff , if they want to be part of the triple connection ..Chopra's biggest PLAYING opportunity in the Premier League is with Jones and Cardiff , and he knows it , and embraces it , and it's flippin showing frankly .Chopra came back over the hill , a more humble and focused man .
Hilts.I believe your first and second sentences are absolutely correct.I just hope your third is wrong.One thing - if Chopra isn't here as a result, neither will Jones be.
posted Oct 3, 2009
Has anyone else forgotten about McCormack? Can't wait to get him back. As for Chops, I think if he is giving a good run up front he'll get goals at any level. He was played out wide a fair bit for Sunderland, if he was played at all. And Seabreeze, no need to apologise, a well balanced view is always welcome <ok>
Aussie J ack Yes i aggree he is an inbetweenie (Premier/C.C.C.L)Unlike Trundle (C.C.C.L/Division 1)Although unfortunately for you guys you may have to have to keep him.
posted Oct 5, 2009
Chopra playing with a smile on his face, would do a good job for a medium level Premiership club...the only club where he has felt appreciated by both the fans and the management, is Cardiff......the Sunderland Fans loved him.........he wasn't given a fair crack of the whip.........he's at least as good as Andy Johnsonbut only when playing for Cardiff
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