Chelsea were right to sell David Luiz

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Was this former Chelsea star simply misunderstood in England?

Date: 17th June 2014 at 6:45pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

Anything in the form of a reliable or assured defence has gone out the window at this World Cup. We’re already up on goals from this stage, 14 games, at the last finals in South Africa, 44 compared to 23 four years ago. There has been one draw so far and all the focus is on either attacking master classes from the expected or complete unpredictability and chance. It’s all too fitting for a host nation such as Brazil. It’s therefore the perfect tournament for David Luiz, at least the image of David Luiz most in England have created over the past three-and-a-half seasons. The ultimate kamikaze defender in a team known for defensive discipline and a no-nonsense attitude. It’s a little difficult to escape the image of Jose Mourinho barking orders at Luiz from the touchline, the Brazilian, occupying one of the central midfield positions, seemingly needing to be shackled down so as not to go off wandering. It’s what ... Read More


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