Radamel Falcao Garcia to Chelsea Transfer Rumour

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emmmanuel ngwata
28 November
10:48am
come on falcao we are waiting for u at stamford bridge.

kyle
21 November
07:29am
Falcao is pure quality striker! Come to the Bridge, and become the King of London!

gospel
16 November
07:03pm
is it going to happen or is just a rumour am a chelsea fan in nigeria we can't wait to see falcao in chelsea real blue colour we hope to see him come january window transfer and we will celebrate bags of goal with him.

olong
16 November
07:36am
we need u at stamford bridge.

gospel
15 November
05:36pm
am chelsea fan blues 4 real chelsea need to beef up with sharp attacker like radamel falcao garcia.

Gibson kamara
3 October
02:51pm
This is what we chelsea fc fans are awaiting! And if it's should happen, I personally will be the great and happiest man. Cux we throughly needs someone like him. I will sincerely appreciate if, our bord of executives can do all they can to get Falcao at the bridge.

Abdul Kiula
27 September
05:20pm
Should Falcao join either premier league (Chelsea or Man City) or la liga club( Real Madrid), what would Atletico Madrid lose after their success over the Europian Super Cup title? Let the boy face new challenges.

junior
23 February
05:25pm
Falcao is a great player and it would be great to see him play for Chelsea this season

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