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Podcast: Thrills, fight displayed on Conte's opening night

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Forza, friends. Chelsea were back in action, taking all three points from West Ham London in Conte's first Premier League match. London is Blue reviews the match and looks ahead to the final bits of transfer activity and Saturday's match versus Watford.

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@LondonBluePod is Brandon Busbee (@bbbusbee), Dan Dormer (@dandormer), and Nick Verlaney (@nickverlaney), three diehard Chelsea fans that meet weekly to discuss the happenings of all things Blue.

With three points in the bag and a win over West Ham London, Conte's tenure at Stamford Bridge is off to the perfect start. In this episode, we bathed in the glory that is most certainly the sweat generated by Antonio in (and outside of) the the technical area during the match. We waited for the Carabao-high to wear off and reflected upon what were the tactical takeaways from this matched. We discussed what business the club still has left in the dying moments of the transfer window.

We reveled. We danced. We lived. Chelsea are back, and so is London is Blue.

Housekeeping:

  • We (the London is Blue Podcast, not WAGNH or SBNation) are running a contest to give away a free Chelsea 2016/17 Home Kit thanks to some friends of our, World Soccer Shop. For all the details and legal-mumbo jumbo, go HERE.
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This week's topics:

  • Where you impressed with N'golo Kanté's debut?
  • Is this the Oscar we've been waiting to see since he arrived at Chelsea?
  • Is Hazard ready to return to PFA Player of the Year status?