Episode 1002: This Is Chelsea, Man United’s Bumpy Road, McClean’s Revenge, Have A Go Hammers
Antonio Conte banished David Luiz to the stands and took all three points at home to Manchester United. Such a display of managerial decisiveness would impress most chairmen, but this is Chelsea.
David Luiz dropped by Conte as punishment for querying his tactics last week. Luiz told not to train last Fri & forced to train alone today.
— Matt Hughes (@MattHughesTimes) November 5, 2017
James McClean wondered why MOTD focused on his foul on Tom Ince but not the hail of projectiles showering down on him from the crowd. Does McClean also need to think about how he managed to lose the high moral ground against the Poppy people?
Convenient how match of the day cameras pick up my tackle, But fail to pick up bottles, coins and lighters been throwing in same incident ????
— James McClean (@JamesMcC_14) November 4, 2017
Slaven Bilic has been sacked by West Ham but is David Moyes the solution to what ails West Ham? Have West Ham’s board noticed how Sunderland are doing lately?
increasingly clear the guardiola-mourinho rivalry is a bit like the one between england and germany – only one side thinks it's a rivalry
— Ken Early (@kenearlys) November 5, 2017
Daniel Harris and John Brewin join us to analyse Chelsea’s defeat of Manchester United. Are Jose Mourinho’s problems on the road being caused by a lack of adventure, or do the issues have a more fundamental cause?
José Mourinho's teams have been shut out in 9 of his last 10 away Premier League games vs "Big 6" teams.
— Paul Carr (@PCarrESPN) November 5, 2017
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