A new analysis showed Marc Cucurella should not have been bought at Chelsea in the first place; Here it is

A new analysis showed Marc Cucurella should not have been bought at Chelsea in the first place; Here it is.

It is one thing to buy a new player but it is totally something else to have this player not fit into the role they are supposed to play and this is the same with Chelsea Marc Cucurella.

This new study suggests why Chelsea did not even need to buy Cucurella in the first place judging by the fact that he adds no value to the team by any means necessary.

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One Twitter user has today written a really long, detailed and interesting thread defending Cucurella from some of the criticisms being tossed his way, and explaining in a little more detail what he is actually good at.

Whether or not you’re convinced, there’s no denying it’s a very cogent analysis and a lot of work has gone in to proving the author’s point.

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You can see the first Tweet in the thread embedded here:

Having said that, it does also raise a lot of questions about why Cucurella was bought in the first place. If the guy has one assist and one goal all season, and puts in an average of one cross every 3 or 4 games, who on Earth thought he was the ideal £60m backup for Ben Chilwell?

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