Chelsea fans on Twitter discuss Begovic’s displays

first_imgStoke away and Liverpool at home are the games this week. Can’t afford to lose more #CFC It’s #kloppvsmourinho already.— Abhishek Bhardwaj (@abhi_ft09) October 26, 2015 Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Goalkeeper Asmir Begovic has come in for criticism from some Chelsea fans on Twitter ahead of the game against his former club Stoke City.The Blues travel to the Britannia Stadium on Tuesday in the League Cup, although there is a chance Begovic may be rested to give Marco Amelia a run out.AdChoices广告With first-choice keeper Thibaut Courtois out injured, the Bosnian had impressed before the 2-1 defeat at West Ham on Saturday. Begovic should have come for that ball that was stood up for Andy Carol to score* Should be an easy take with his hands by the keeper. — Hugh (@BluesForever16) October 25, 2015 What side would you pick at Stoke tomorrow night? Full “strength”? A win is important for morale and confidence & silverware chances. #CFC— Grant James (@GrantJames_CFC) October 26, 2015center_img Credit to Begovic but Chelsea have truly missed Courtois, there have been goals Thibo wouldn’t concede that Bego has let in. — Xploit (@samuelxploit) October 25, 2015Chelsea supporters have also been debating the make up of Jose Mourinho’s team against Stoke.Some want to see different players given a chance, others want a strong line-up – but all agree another loss would be further damaging to morale.Jose has to change the team for Stoke. Fresh, hungry players such as Ruben, Kenedy & Baba.— Ell (@247TrueBlue) October 25, 2015last_img read more

Asamoah Gyan coy on future but happy at Al Ain

first_imgGhana striker Asamoah Gyan will wait until the end of the season to decide whether to make a permanent move to Al Ain, but says he is enjoying his time at the Pro League club.Gyan is on a one-year loan from Sunderland, the English Premier League club with whom he has a contract until 2014.“Everything is going well for me since I arrived at Al Ain,” said the Ghanaian.“I am doing so well for the club and everybody is happy [with] my performance. That’s the most important thing for me, to be really, really happy and enjoy my time at the club.“However, I can’t decide on a permanent move until I have completed my loan period.“Let me finish the season first and then decide where my future lies. I am honestly and definitely happy where I am playing now.” Gyan scored his 12th league goal, a penalty, as Al Ain beat Al Ahli on Friday night to extend their lead at the top of the Pro League to seven points over Al Jazira, the defending champions.“It was an important win and I am happy to register my name in the scoring sheet again,” he said, on his first Pro League match in more than two months since his return from national duty for his country in the African Cup of Nations in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.“We won and I think this was more important. We didn’t play as well as we were expected and the game plan didn’t work out well for us.“We had a little difficulty because the weather is changing now. You could see after 15 minutes everybody getting tired.“So we faced a little bit difficulty but the important thing is that we returned with three points.”last_img read more