Soccer pundits must show restraint

2015-03-13 12:53
Chelsea (AFP)

I was very shocked by the standard of soccer analysis when Chelsea FC were playing PSG in the return leg of the round of 16 game.

This former Baryen (sic) Munich player was swearing that he hates Chelsea so much that he was glad they were knocked out. Why does Supersport bother to employ people who have axes to grind with particular teams? Yes, we know of his past achievements but the type of analysis from this chap was non existent. He kept telling everyone how Mounrinho's tactics are anti-football and players like Hazard are suffering! My foot! To me, this is nonsense.

As far as I saw, Chelsea played safe knowing that their small squad couldn't compete against PSG. Its actual curious that when Matic got injured, Chelsea could not cope with PSG's pressure. We all know that Chelsea were playing attacking football in the 1st half of the season including in some UEFA games like against Shalcke where they won 4-0.

At this rate, it would be much better to play music rather than bring people with hidden agendas. People are not getting any information with these so called soccer analysis.

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