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15 players you forgot played for Chelsea including Euro 2016 winner and Man Utd flop

Chelsea are often criticised for their use of the loan system with players remaining at the club for years without making an appearance.

And it leads to fans forgetting the players that have actually featured at Stamford Bridge over the years.

There are many still plying their trade that, at one time or another, wore the famous Chelsea kit.

We could have put together a similar story when it comes to Chelsea managers given Roman Abramovich’s tendency to pull the trigger.

But, for now, Daily Star Sport have put looked at 15 players that you may well have forgot ever featured for the Blues.

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Fabio Borini

Fabio Borini started his senior career at Chelsea

The Italian winger actually started his senior career at Chelsea, having been first choice striker for the reserves.

Though he made just four Premier League appearances for the Blues, failing to find the net, before joining Liverpool.

His Reds career wasn’t that successful either, and he has failed to hit double figures in a league campaign anywhere.

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Ricardo Quaresma

Ricardo Quaresma went on to win Euro 2016
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A Euro 2016 winner with Portugal, Quaresma never really ignited during his 2009 loan spell at Stamford Bridge.

The winger made just four Premier League appearances with the Blues, having made the temporary move from Inter Milan.

He was part of the Inter squad that won the Champions League, while also having a Serie A title to his name for the same season.

Oriol Romeu

Oriol Romeu got his first taste of football in England with Chelsea

Now impressing with Southampton, Spanish midfielder Romeu got his first taste of football in England with Chelsea.

He headed to west London from Barcelona in 2011 and spent four years with the Blues, though made just 22 Premier League appearances.

That did include 16 in 2011-12, helping Chelsea to the FA Cup and Champions League,…

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