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Linkroll: CFC loan update, England's Brave John Terry and more

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Chelsea FC Loan Roundup: 11/9/11
Via We Ain't Got No History

Kalas has arguably been the most impressive of the players Chelsea has sent out on loan to date. When Kalas joined Vitesse there was speculation that he would be fighting for minutes and splitting time between the center of the defense and the right flank as he attempted to establish his role. That role didn't end up taking very long to establish, as Kalas has probably been the best player on the Vitesse roster as they continue to climb towards the top of the table.

‘Why Compromise?’ – ESPN’s Advertising Juxtaposition Is Subtle Yet Cutting
Via Who Ate All The Pies

No quote. Just click the link, you will not regret it.

An update on the club's chanting investigation
Via the club's official website

Chelsea Football Club is continuing the investigation into identifying fans who participated in offensive chanting during our Champions League game against Genk. The club has been working closely with the police and Genk authorities, and all available footage of the relevant areas of the stadium is being tracked down to determine those who took part.

John Terry - He's a witch, can we burn him?
Via Blue Tinted

With the witch hunt surrounding John Terry entering its 3rd week it’s time to actually bring the people responsible for this heinous trial by the press, to task. Reporting an incident such as the one alleged to have happened between Terry and the less talented of the Ferdinand brothers is one thing, but reporting it on the scale they have every day for 16 days (less Sundays in the Sun’s case as they have no Sunday outlet anymore) is becoming a an absolute joke, no scratch that, harassment and prejudice against the man and any subsequent criminal case.

A Pressing Concern
Via We Ain't Got No History

Much has been made of Andre Villas-Boas' high line and its impact on a Chelsea defensive unit that suddenly finds itself in crisis. Five goals shipped to Arsenal at Stamford Bridge. Three conceded to Manchester United at Old Trafford. Only four clean sheets all year, in all competitions, out of seventeen matches.

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