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EKneezy
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Post #46
Wednesday April 27, 2016 1:59pm

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This is interesting

http://www.espnfc.us/story/2859684/us-youth-i...

Dave
Post #47
Wednesday April 27, 2016 3:29pm

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Interesting article. Kid has been with Chelsea's youth teams for 8 yrs and turned in a transfer request. I can kind of understand since he's fairly far down the depth chart right now, and with a new head coach Chelsea will go out and buy a bunch of new players that fit his style.
If he does actually leave I hope its to go to a club where he'll get 1st team minutes or be closer to achieving 1st team minutes. Would be really interesting if he and Hyndman were to end up at the same club...build a bit of Chemistry together.

MSantoine
Post #48
Wednesday April 27, 2016 5:08pm

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Article mentions bigger clubs already expressed interest. My guess is his agent put out some feelers and may even already have a deal in place at a decent team. He needs to start getting some 1st team minutes. Nothing else to proove with the reserves.

chillguy1992
Post #49
Wednesday April 27, 2016 8:13pm

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I am kind of surprised since he did sing a long term deal in February. He must not have felt he would have gotten a chance under conte or the long term deal was done as a way to drive up his transfer value before getting rid of him. Either way I just hope he can find the right fit. He is still young so he doesn't necessarily need to go to the best club offering him. He can consider second division clubs in major leagues as good ways to build up his confidence while getting used to the physicality of jumping from playing with young players to grown men. Gedion Zelalem is a good example he hasnt necessarily had the best year with Rangers. But he is getting a taste of playing a more physically demanding league. The biggest thing for young players is them getting used to the physicality of top leagues. Its different for every young player as long as he can find a way to get confidence, stronger, and find a team that tactically fits him well. Finding a team that tactically fits well is very important just ask James Rodriguez who cant find the time of day for madrid even though he is a very talented player.

MSantoine
Post #50
Monday August 22, 2016 8:09pm

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He apparently made peace with Chelsea as he played in the U23 match today vs Brook Lennon and Liverpool. Maybe he'll try again in the winter transfer season if he looks good with reserves, or maybe a loan to League One or Championship team.

Know Nothing
Post #51
Monday August 22, 2016 10:45pm

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I believe he may have had a problem with the youth team manager last year. That particular manager has been reassigned to scouting duties this season.

According to the write up Chelsea played a 3-5-2 (with wingbacks) and he was part of the midfield 3.

Mojofc
Post #52
Sunday August 28, 2016 2:25pm

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Lone goal at HT vs MUFC reserves. Keeper error and Kyle was there to slot it in.
Rain, rain, go away Come again another day - USMNT, MUFC
Know Nothing
Post #53
Friday September 9, 2016 7:21pm

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Just thought I'd mention Scott is in the lineup in the U-23 match against Spurs. I am unsure if CCV is playing for Spurs. Links to live streaming on youtube if interested.

Know Nothing
Post #54
Friday September 9, 2016 10:12pm

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Original post from Know Nothing

Just thought I'd mention Scott is in the lineup in the U-23 match against Spurs. I am unsure if CCV is playing for Spurs. Links to live streaming on youtube if interested.


CCV did not feature in this match (Scott went 90 +2 before being substituted from his center mid role).

navi8132
New York
Post #55
Wednesday December 6, 2017 11:33pm

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Looks to be a real talent. Nice to have Keaton Parks and Kyle Scott as future of CAM (I like Pulisic in a free role, sorta like a withdrawn forward).

From Chelseayouth twitter handle: "Good performances everywhere from #CFCDev in a match they understandably proved to be overwhelming in, but Kyle Scott again stood out. Only two appearances this season but excellent in both, badly needs a loan move or more football next month."

Know Nothing
Post #56
Thursday December 7, 2017 12:19am

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Apparently Scott played a sweet through ball for the opener.

Chelsea's fixtures the next month:

Sat 09/12/17 12:30 West Ham United A Premier League
Tue12/12/17 20:00 Huddersfield Town A Premier League
Sat16/12/17 15:00 Southampton H Premier League
Wed20/12/17 19:45 Bournemouth H EFL Cup 4th Round
Sat23/12/17 12:30 Everton A Premier League
Tue26/12/17 15:00 Brighton & Hove Albion H Premier League
Sat30/12/17 15:00 Stoke City H Premier League
Wed03/01/18 19:45 Arsenal A Premier League

That's 7 league matches and one cup match in 25 days. Six of the 7 league matches should be wins but in order to rest legs they may play younger players in the EFL Cup 4th round so that will be his best shot at minutes for Chelsea (a good indication will be if he plays in the PL2 match at man City on the 18th)

Given Bournemouth has the same type schedule, we could see Hyndmann against Chelsea too.

Know Nothing
Post #57
Thursday December 7, 2017 5:17pm

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Well looking at the video it wasn't that sweet a ball, but still effective...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HaatVupSbGI (Scott is #36)

Know Nothing
Post #58
Thursday December 14, 2017 10:45pm

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Interesting rumor regarding contract talks and other teams interest

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/51309...

navi8132
New York
Post #59
Thursday December 14, 2017 11:05pm

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Either Leicester City and Huddersfield is good. Both play in EPL, both would be challenging for him to get consistent playing time. Chelsea would be virtually impossible.

Know Nothing
Post #60
Thursday December 14, 2017 11:48pm

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Original post from navi8132

Either Leicester City and Huddersfield is good. Both play in EPL, both would be challenging for him to get consistent playing time. Chelsea would be virtually impossible.


If he moves I would prefer Huddersfield as he would conceivably get more actual game time. Leicester City will be bringing in another CM in January (they got the transfer paperwork in 12 mins to late in the summer) so playing time would be limited to start with.

I think it most likely he will go out on loan in January and be sold in the summer. If he is on loan he can play for that team in their league matches and play for Chelsea in the Checkatrade trophy matches (it would have to be agreed in the loan).

But it is promising that other PL teams are interested in him even though he has had limited playing time at any level this season.

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