It’s a Coach Home over two days this week, but I think we’ll all agree that the Watford v Chelsea game was well worth waiting for. Of course we speak to Rebecca Knight on the mess at Stamford Bridge at the moment, who is to blame and what needs to be done to turn their season round.
But before all that it is much happier times on the South Coast as both Brighton and Bournemouth find themselves in healthy league positions after good results. Alan Wares from the radio show Albion Roar gives us a first hand account of one of the goals of the season in an impressive victory against West Ham, whilst James Roach talks of optimism at Dean Court and why The Cherries should be looking up rather than down for the rest of the season
As ever Neil Atkinson and John Gibbons are in the studio to bring you all the above plus more.
Here we go again, Rebecca from Manchester talking nonsense. Why not speak to someone who goes to the game; it’s “the coach home” not “the couch at home.”
The fans that actually go to the match are fully behind Conte ;which was not the case when Mourinho was in charge. Batshuayi scores the odd goal but contributes nothing to team play, his first touch is terrible.
Rebecca’s most foolish suggestion is that Christensen would have developed if he’d stayed and played the odd cup game ; the reason he’s developed is because he’s had two full seasons playing in the Bundesliga and the champions league, you can forget Kalas if he was up to the job he would not have spent 4 seasons playing in the championship.
The most worrying thing about the two recent Chelsea defeats is the foul count (5 v Bournemouth and 8 v Watford).