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S09E01 - Should Chelsea Fans Be Worried About Their Pre-season?

In the first full @EPLRoundTable episode of the 2022/23 season, we discuss Chelsea's tumultuous summer, if their troubles could follow them into the season proper, the impact that having 5 substitutes and a World Cup in the middle of the season will have on this Premier League campaign, the teams that have had the best transfer windows to date, if Newcastle fans expected more signings by now, the expectations that Crystal Palace fans have for this season, and the players at our clubs that neutrals should keep an eye out for in 2022/23.

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