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not 1st team regulars, reserves youths who are they???

to much talent in that academy play off arsenal/man u today and thts jus under 18s aint it

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Delfouneso, Albrighton, Delph, Clark, Wiemann

4 of those 5 are in the squad for Sunday. Delph missing due to injury.

Delfouneso will probably get half hour. Believe it's Weimann's first inclusion in first team affairs, due to his impressive reserve form.

Delfouneso, Albrighton and Delph (presuming he recovers from injury OK) should all become top flight players atleast, Fonz and Delph have potential to go higher than that.

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First Team

1. Ramsey

2. Wilshere

3. Gibbs

4. Szczesny

5. Merida, to be replaced by Eastmond, I guess...

Reserves/U-18s - Mixed on a lot of them but ones I look out for are Afobe, Aneke, Coquelin, Frimpong, Ansah, Freeman, Ozyakup and Henderson.

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gibbs ahead of wilshire imo

man was ready to take clichys spot

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Would Probly have to go for.

Kakuta

McEachran

Bruma

Van Aanholt

Borini

In no particular order

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Kyle Walker

Jake Livermore

Danny Rose

Dean Parrett

Andros Townsend/John Bostock

from what ive seen....

Obika and Mason are decent aswell

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Pacheco

Sterling

Ayala

Dalla Valle

Pepper

Off the top of me head.

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. Merida, 

 

Was wondering what happened to my guy just looked him up now playing in Brazil

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Rah what happened to John Bostock?

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Think he got sold

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yeah playing second tier Belgium football at Man United Feeder Club

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Got Loaned out to Toronto or someone last season and they sent him back :rofl:

 

Got released this summer.

 

Dean Parrett another one who fell off after showing the initial promise

 

 

Anyway 2013 Picks

 

Massimo Luongo (20)

Shaq Coulthirst  (19)

Milos Veljkovic (17)

Nabil Bentaleb (18)

Cristian Ceballos (20)/Alex Pritchard (20)

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So many youths with big rep now in the football scrapyard, fucked.

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Rah what happened to John Bostock?

i remember most teams wher after him n all lol

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shout out to michael mancienne tho, playing his trade in another league,more english men need to take note

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Bostock now plays in the Belgian 2nd division for Antwerp

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dean parret should of never left us

 

Hasnt even got a club at the moment, think hes training with Plymouth

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Delfouneso, Albrighton, Delph, Clark, Wiemann4 of those 5 are in the squad for Sunday. Delph missing due to injury.Delfouneso will probably get half hour. Believe it's Weimann's first inclusion in first team affairs, due to his impressive reserve form.Delfouneso, Albrighton and Delph (presuming he recovers from injury OK) should all become top flight players atleast, Fonz and Delph have potential to go higher than that.

Wow what's happened to albrighton?

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Lol @ delfounso

Absolute bullshit footballer

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Lambert don't rate Albrighton at all, shame.

 

I saw Delfouneso in the reserves at Barnet, he looked the business, not sure why he ain't done it.

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he still has time man is still young 

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Omeruo

Feruz

Chalobah

Loftus-Cheek

Baker

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Omeruo

 

 

Kenneth Omeruo may well be Chelsea's best kept secret.

When he walks along the streets of Abuja, in Nigeria, he is mobbed by fans but to meet up for our interview in London, Omeruo travelled on the tube and was not recognised once.
The 20-year-old defender played in this year's Africa Cup of Nations final, marked Luis Suarez at the Confederations Cup and is almost guaranteed to start for his country at next year's World Cup in Brazil.
But at Chelsea he is still waiting to make his debut.
Not that the level-headed youngster is getting frustrated. For now, he is just enjoying working with some of his heroes.
"I get a lot of messages from Nigerians asking me how is Michael Essien? How is Samuel Eto'o? Have you spoken with them?" Omeruo told BBC Sport.
"These are players that fans adore in Africa. And training alongside the big names, the likes of [Frank] Lampard and [Fernando] Torres is really, really good. I get to test myself and find out if I'm really ready.
"Eto'o, Essien, John Mikel Obi, Demba Ba, they always say well done. The encouragement from these big players has been really good.
"Every player jokes with everyone, it doesn't matter how old you are and that's important for a young player.
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Nigeria's Kenneth Omeruo (left) tries to tackle Ivory Coast's Didier Drogba
Omeruo came up against some of the biggest names in African football at the Nations Cup including Didier Drogba.
"Recently I was with Essien at his place, I met his family - it's really nice outside football to get some advice from the other senior players."
Omeruo signed for Chelsea from Standard Liege in January 2012 and immediately went on loan to Dutch top-flight side ADO Den Haag.
Then only 19, he impressed enough in the Eredivisie to win a place in Nigeria's starting line-up at the Africa Cup of Nations and it turned into a wonderful tournament for the Super Eagles.
They won the trophy for the first time since 1994 and Omeruo was one of Nigeria's key players, especially in the quarter-final, when he kept Didier Drogba quiet in the 2-1 victory over Ivory Coast.
A shoulder injury has delayed his progress this season, but the centre-back is now back to full fitness and has his sights firmly set on the World Cup.
"Our aim with Nigeria is to get to the semi-finals in Brazil and try to win something," he said.
"We don't want to be among the teams that just want to qualify, we want to actually get to a stage that would actually shock people.
"There's a real confidence, the players are young and we're like family thanks to the coaches and the way things are done. We really have unity."
Omeruo made his comeback from injury in the crucial second leg of Nigeria's World Cup qualifier against Ethiopia and helped keep a clean sheet in the 2-0 win which gave Nigeria a 4-1 aggregate victory.
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I'm hoping to get into the [Chelsea] team and start playing because the World Cup is just around the corner
Kenneth Omeruo
It says a lot about how highly he is rated by Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi that Omeruo started the match, despite not playing any first-team games for Chelsea.
"I never expected my career to go as quick as it is now," Omeruo admitted. "I thought that maybe by the time I got to the stage of playing at a World Cup, players like Essien and Cristiano Ronaldo would have retired.
"But I'm really happy with the way my football career has developed and I just have to concentrate and keep working hard. I'm really looking forward to the World Cup.
"We don't mind who we get in the draw. We've shown we can play well against the best teams."
Omeruo has been linked with a loan move in January and clubs in the Premier League and the top half of the Championship are said to be interested, but he is determined to try to win a place in Chelsea's first team.
"I haven't really spoken to manager Jose Mourinho about it but I just have to give my best in training and hope that he recognises it," he said.
"For now I just want to focus and see if I get a chance to play for Chelsea and then when it comes to January I'll see what the options are.
"I'm hoping to get into the team and start playing because the World Cup is just around the corner.
"Mourinho has a great impact on the players, he makes you want to play your best and value an opportunity when it's given to you. He's a great coach."
If 2014 goes as planned it won't be long before Omeruo is being recognised all over the world.
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