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a. If e can stop being the masters of our own downfall we should take 3 points, win
76%
  
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9%
  
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9%
  
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Percy Dalton 1:39 Wed Jan 11
Chelsea closing in on Antonio
Looks like he might be on the move.
I'd be gutted if we lose him.Put a 40 million price tag on him.
Still we might get Snodgrass so happy days I don't think.

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Surfinglizard 11:58 Thu Jan 12
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
I don't think Antonio will be sold in January. If he was sold, and Payet stays on strike, the club will look like even more dickwads than they already are.

gph 5:50 Thu Jan 12
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
Antonio's temperature - I know from bitter experience that this year's flu has dodged the vaccine, and hospital staff I know confirm that loads of people who have had the shot (which I presume professional sportsmen also take) have come down with it.

Any chance Antonio's got what I had, and security guards need to keep him away from the team...

Grumpster 1:56 Thu Jan 12
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
Antonio's attitude couldn't be any further away from Payet's, so I wouldn't worry on that front.

Bloke has fought for everything he has achieved in the game and would only leave if we pushed him out for the funds I'm sure.





Well he fucking better!!

Steven P 1:53 Thu Jan 12
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
Why is it worrying b? Stop being dramatic. He is missing one training session due to a temperature!

El Scorchio 1:50 Thu Jan 12
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
We've really got to keep him now, if Payet is acting the cunt and refusing to play.

Really hope he's genuinely sick and not being a dickhole.

Eddie B 1:30 Thu Jan 12
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
This has gone under the radar. Antonio missing training is very worrying

Sniper 1:15 Thu Jan 12
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
It's ok we've got all those quality players we signed in the summer as backup

boleyn8420 1:12 Thu Jan 12
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
Curioser and curioser. Antonio and Payet leave in January transfer window, now that would take some explaining. Still Hogan we know can score in the championship so every cloud as they say

Alan 1:08 Thu Jan 12
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
Michail Antonio misses training

Michail Antonio has missed training at Rush Green today after reporting in sick.

Slaven Bilic told a press conference this morning ahead of the Hammers clash against Crytsal Palace on Saturday “Michail Antonio has a temperature this morning and will not train today. Hopefully it will just be one day and he will be back.”

The news comes on top of the shock announcement that Dimi Payet is refusing to play

J.Riddle 12:42 Thu Jan 12
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
Only pulling your chain gank son

gank 11:55 Thu Jan 12
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
Look at Riddle acting the grown up

The Joker 12:36 Thu Jan 12
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
This would fuck me off in a large way if it happened.

camel-with-3-humps 12:31 Thu Jan 12
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
No chance. Antonio would just end up a cabbage at Chelsea.

theaxeman 12:21 Thu Jan 12
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
The cunt better knuckle down and learn to play wingback hadn't he. Id swap him for Batshuyi personally.

Crassus 11:48 Wed Jan 11
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
I can't help but think he is off

Said a while back that I could see a rotation of players beyond expectation and nothing so far inclines me to think otherwise

What should of happened is that we signed a RB and striker in the first 3 days, proving that we had done the groundwork before

What has happened is the usual PR bollox and under rate bidding of an administration that has sign posted their desperation - clowns

Say goodbye within a year to a significant number of the following
Payet
Lanzini
Cresswell
Micky
Reid

Tomshardware 11:44 Wed Jan 11
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
ANy truth in this or is it just paper talk?

Gentile 11:24 Wed Jan 11
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
Not in the same hemisphere as Bruno, Noah so don't even bother comparing him to takes no shit please.

Would take 40M and buy a decent Striker to play up front with a Carroll and a good Right Back.

Son of Anarchy 11:07 Wed Jan 11
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
It would be sad to see him go but he wants to kick on with his career and west ham's board dont seem to want to kick on.

J.Riddle 10:52 Wed Jan 11
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
Shut up gank

gank 10:47 Wed Jan 11
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
He's only our top goalscorer because the strikers haven't been doing the business. We got him for peanuts from Forest, he can't even decide if he's Jamaican or English, if we get good money for him we can afford for him to go, but only if that money goes towards someone whose job is to score goals and actually does that.

J.Riddle 10:41 Wed Jan 11
Re: Chelsea closing in on Antonio
I wouldn't swap Antonio plus cash for Batshuayi but I would Payet, quoted that we would let him go for £35m as his value will drop, where Michys value can only rise. Chelsea have the luxury not to have to worry about such things and the move would suit all concerned now or in the summer, you heard it here first.

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