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Next fixtureLeague Week 10 - Mon 20 Jan
Teamsheet deadline: Sun 19 Jan, 18:00
Club NewsAberdeen: All change at Aberdeen, fresh new squad ready for Division One
Arsenal: Couple of good signings, good scouts and Academy boosted to Level 2 - Good pre-season for Arsenal
FC Porto: Ready for the next season... c'mon Porto
Real Madrid: First big deal done
Hearts: going to be difficult this season with some good players down but hopefull we can make a good account of our selves
Bayern Munich: Botti , fofan make debuts , kane out in the cold , is this the end of kane @bayern
Chelsea: Chelsea pleased with the signing of scout Reject field, if he starts well he and Perry with Young Rashford and Skiba could be a settled strike force for seasons to come. Chelsea also happy with the experiment of letting Anjurin, Menga and Aguala go on loan to Celtic this season, all three players are really showing quality there and will come back better next season. Menga almost rated up already so it will be amazing to see how he turns out at the end of the season if the start he's had continues. Also The signing of field means Suda has gone on the auction list, Chelsea hoping they can bring in around 10 million for the player.
Manager Reactions - League Week 9McNamara (Chelsea): Really pleased with the teams performance, however it's not a formation I will probably use for the whole of the season, because we did let in two goals although due to fitness issues we were not playing the first choice defence that we would usually choose. Field, Rashford and Skiba were the goal scorers which is good to see as our forwards are all at least getting in on the act this season which is what we need. Our team is starting to play well and with the bigger squad it gives us options to rest players when needed and we're still playing players of a similar rating, if we were in a higher league we'd probably have to think about our policy a bit more but in this lower league it gives us the opportunity to give everyone game time and concentrate on the players we really want to improve.