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Bamford Exits Blues

Bamford Exits Blues

Albeit only until the end of the season!

It appears that our young striker, Patrick Bamford, has been allowed to go out on loan and the youngster has joined MK Dons until the end of the season.

Here at Vital Chelsea we wish him well in his spell with the Buckinghamshire club.

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Writer:Merlin
Date:Thursday January 31 2013
Time: 6:25PM

Comments

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It's the best thing for him at the moment but he's a class act.
THEBREEZE
31/01/2013 18:46:00
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Someone here will soon blame Rafa for this as well. People i am really scratching my head..what do those three amigos really think they are doing? we have only two strikers..one whose form has been lost for at least 2yrs and the second who though excellent has the lingering concern regarding past major knee injuries requiring major orthopedic surgery. All our competitors have 3-4 proven goal scorers apiece..we loaned one out in the summer, just sold one to a fellow competitor and now in this window we loaned out Piazon and now one of the only two youth strikers we have left. Now the youth team itself has just Feruz left. So what happens if God forbid El Nino picks up a knock and/or we have a suspension to deal with. Who are we going to be play upfront in the Europa league as Feruz will surely have duties in the U-21 league. I am seriously at a loss to fathom what reasoning these guys go through to come to some of their decisions.
GabeU
31/01/2013 18:51:00
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Isnt it par for the course here at Chelsea that youngsters get loaned out ?? Lol We rarely get to ee them playing for this club , and then not for long
Blue_Mel
31/01/2013 19:20:00
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I am beginning to think terry jinxed it since he promoted from the ranks, it is abominable to think none of the youngsters over the years haven't made it to the first team for up to 10 years now, woow!
Desmondadonis
31/01/2013 19:34:00
0
Will he ever make the cut here?? Only time will tell
Ken4CFC
31/01/2013 20:19:00
0
I think the reason why the youth don't play is Roman himself. He doesn't like it. He wants to see the players he pays millions. It's not coincidence that all the managers hardly play academy players.
foreign_viewer
01/02/2013 02:12:00
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why do we keep sending this youngster on loan? Bamford is good enough to back up Ba, it should be Torres the one we sent to MK Dons
chelsea44
01/02/2013 05:29:00
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@ chelsea44 - I echo those thoughts lol...FT9 to MKdons instead of PB (maybe we should start a petition for this?)...the window for loans to lower leagues is still open i think :)
JohnnyOz
01/02/2013 10:08:00
0
We have wo teams ourt there and am worried that we do not even have an idea how they are doing. It seems it is not really helping chelsea and the players also
Kendemsblue
01/02/2013 12:16:00
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Clearance has started and we are braced to see more coming in the next season
Kendemsblue
02/02/2013 09:25:00
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