Date: 2nd February 2019 at 1:27am
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Chelsea FanCast on Love Sport Radio – the only 100% Chelsea show on the radio! Stamford Chidge and Jonathan Kydd join Aaron Paul to look back at Chelsea’s horrible 4-0 defeat away to Bournemouth and discuss whether they can reprieve themselves against Huddersfield on Saturday.

Liam Twomey, Chelsea correspondent for ESPN, joins us on the phone to report back on ’s press conference, where Sarri was asked about his management style; is he able to motivate the players; does he have a Plan B; what does he think about the disgruntlement of the supporters and will he get the time he needs to see his ‘ dream’ come to fruition?

Looking back at the defeat to Bournemouth, Chelsea’s worst defeat since 1996, we discuss how bad is it really? Is it the players, Sarri or both?

Should the Board shoulder some of the blame? Where is it going wrong and where do we go from here? Will the Club stick or twist and if Sarri gets the sack will it mean going back to square one again?

With the Huddersfield match on Saturday we ask which Chelsea will turn up and while something clearly needs to change, do we see Sarri making any changes?

Former Huddersfield Town striker Iain Dunn joins us for ‘The Opposition View’ to give us the low down on the Terriers; how disappointing has the season been; why did David Wagner leave; what does Iain think of Jan Siewart; can Huddersfield Town get a result and how does Iain see the match going?

To wrap up we answer this week’s Quiz on which players played for both Chelsea and Huddersfield Town.

Plus, of course, your calls to the show and questions answered.

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