Ethan Ampadu off to Chelsea

andrew p long

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Like I said Amps just did Amps, unspectularly efficient whilst being in complete command of every situation he found himself in.
my view of Ethan's performance was the same as Ian and Rosie. Automatic first choice for Wales,plays 90+ minutes whenever fit/allowed to do so. Looks completely at home and comfortable at this level.Keeps £12m Chris Mepham on the bench (and is younger than Callum Rowe!:))
 

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my view of Ethan's performance was the same as Ian and Rosie. Automatic first choice for Wales,plays 90+ minutes whenever fit/allowed to do so. Looks completely at home and comfortable at this level.Keeps £12m Chris Mepham on the bench (and is younger than Callum Rowe!:))
I think the regular time at Venezia was really showing. No sign of rustiness or fatigue unlike lots of the wales first XI who can’t get game time (Bale, Ramsey, Rodon etc)
 

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Like I said Amps just did Amps, unspectularly efficient whilst being in complete command of every situation he found himself in.
Absolutely spot on……as for Suzi & reference to no mention I watched on TV and had the Radio 5 commentary on and he was getting plenty of mentions on there.
 

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I live in the hope of a big transfer to another club in the summer with City getting a sizeable chunk.It would set us up nicely if we were promoted.
Personally I would prefer him to get into the Chelsea first team squad play well in PL and see where we go from there…..still think there may be a big pay day to come our way….. we just need to be patient and remember “good things come to those who wait”.
 
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