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Title: CHELSEA FOREVER! - Home of the Champions!
Post by: dinho on July 23, 2008, 10:17:07 AM
post all chelsea related news and opinions here..   ;)

Blues storm to win in China

http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11996_3856894,00.html (http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11996_3856894,00.html)

Chelsea cruise to 4-0 victory against Guangzhou Pharmaceutical

By Lewis Rutledge   Last updated: 23rd July 2008

Chelsea kicked off the Luiz Felipe Scolari era with a 4-0 victory over Guangzhou Pharmaceutical.

Scolari named a strong side for his first match in charge with Jose Bosingwa making his debut at right-back and Portuguese compatriot Deco lining up in a four-man midfield alongside Michael Essien, John Obi Mikel and Frank Lampard.

Salomon Kalou provided the support for Nicolas Anelka up front and it was the Ivory Coast international who broke the deadlock on 20 minutes with a cool finish from Lampard's pass.

Bosingwa was substituted with a slight thigh injury after a brief but impressive performance, but Chelsea continued to dominate.

Essien was denied a second as Guangzhou goalkeeper Li Shuai pulled off a smart stop, while Anelka hit the post.

Petr Cech had to be alert to tip a Xu Liang free-kick onto the woodwork, before Lampard made it 2-0 five minutes into the second half with a delightful chip from 30 yards.

Argentine teenager Franco Di Santo effectively secured the win with a third goal on 78 minutes as he turned home Florent Malouda's cross.

Shaun Wright-Phillips, one of eight substitutes used by Scolari, then completed the rout in the closing minutes with a shot on the turn.

Chelsea continue their Asian tour with a match against Chengdu Blades on Saturday.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on July 23, 2008, 11:32:35 AM
Oh Gawd, not another Arsenal forever like fungus thread! LOL!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: SOBRIQUET on July 23, 2008, 01:01:07 PM
too bad bosingwa pull up injured though.... hopefully he come back soon...
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Post by: SUPA on July 23, 2008, 03:53:17 PM
Nice, at least dey looking good still without meh boi Drogba. Kaka and Robinho all yuh take note, imagine playing wid dis team, wow. Barcelona has been my team for many years, but fuh now like ah loosing some interest in dem for de first time. May be is because Dinho gone and it look like Eto'o on de way out 2. Well I will just have to wait till de season start back, and try to get use to dat team and show some love for some of de new signings. HIGHLY BLESSED.

Well on ah different note, there are a few players presently dat are special to me, apart from my T&T players. Some of dem are Dinho, Drogba, Messi, Robinho, Van Nistelroy, Eto'o, Ronaldo (Brazilian) Beckham (mainly for his crosses and dead ball situations, a beauty to look at) Anelka, Seedorf, Lampard and Rooney. Ronaldo (Man U) he is not on my special list doh,but give credit where it is due, I will find my azz by de TV when ever he is playing, he is real class when he is on dat field, total entertainment from him each time he touches dat ball. Is just for some reason my heart never really went his way as a player.

However, to meh point now, seeing dat Barcelona is meh team, Dinho left and went to AC Milan, seeing dat ah already have a player there dat is on my special list (Seedorf), ah guess ah cud become an official AC Milan supporter from de next season. Ah sorry, but any way Dinho and Drogba playing, ah jumping on dat ship. Ah taking in front nah, so when all yuh see meh start tuh rant and rave fuh Milan, yuh wud no why. Wid meh reasons ah take time tuh give all yuh, ah guess I'm not a full wagonist fuh Milan. I think I'm probably a quarter of a wagonist  ;D. Lets go Barcelona, Chelsea and Milan  ;). HIGHLY BLESSED.


                         Wade and Beasley - De real deal
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on July 23, 2008, 10:01:15 PM
i hope yuh get d same bs post about this thread is ah dead horse etc

but well done n welcome, now i doh have tuh look for you tuh pong yuh shit side
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on July 26, 2008, 03:10:47 PM
Age no concern to Ballack after Ferguson jibe
Soccer.com


 After linking up with Chelsea for the first time since Luiz Felipe Scolari's appointment, Michael Ballack hit back at Sir Alex Ferguson's comments downplaying the Blues' title credentials.


The Manchester United boss attempted to kickstart an early war of words with Scolari this week after suggesting Chelsea's ageing squad may not be as much of a threat to the two-time Premier League champions this season.

And with 31-year-old Ballack falling under Ferguson's scope of criticism, the Germany captain quickly pointed towards the example set by the now departed Claude Makelele last season.


'Our team can still improve,' said Ballack. 'If you are 30 or 31 you are not old. Last year Maka was 34 and he played very well. I have nothing to prove, this type of thing happens over the summer, people talking about each other.'


Ballack was given an extended break following Euro 2008 and joined up with Scolari's Chelsea for the first time in Macau ahead of today's friendly with Chinese Super League outfit Chengdu Blades.

Scolari has confirmed Ballack will not take part in the game, or Tuesday's meeting with a Malaysian Select XI in Kuala Lumpur, but he is expected to feature in the Railway Cup in Moscow at the start of August.

Ballack's appearance at the Macau Stsadium also allowed the former Bayern Munich midfielder to comment on Frank Lampard's ongoing transfer saga, with a move to Inter Milan still rumoured to be a possibility.


'It would be fantastic if we could stay at Chelsea,' said Ballack. 'He is a big player for the club and has done a lot for the club, but it is up to him. He knows we are all behind him.'


Following the departure of Makelele to Paris St Germain, Ballack returns to a new-look Chelsea, with the summer signing of Portugal international Deco adding a welcome new dimension to the Blues midfield.


'Maka has left and Deco has come in. We have a good squad and we need a good squad,' said Ballack. 'We want to win a lot of trophies so we need a big squad. Deco is a fantastic player, he gives us more quality and that is what we need. You don't have to sign a lot of players, just quality.


'At the end of last season we were in good shape, if the season was two weeks longer maybe we could have won the league. Manchester United are always competitive and have had two fantastic seasons and won the double last year, but we were very close so this year will be aim to be first.'

Ballack is now looking forward to working closely with former Brazil and Portugal coach Scolari at Chelsea after meeting the Brazilian for the first time in 2002.

'It is different, you know someone for a few moments but now we are together everyday and I am looking forward to it. We have only talked for a few minutes since he took over, but he is a nice person. He is a successful coach and that is why he is here,' added Ballack.

'He has not spoken to me about his philosophy, but we have a good squad like last year and we can play a lot of systems.'
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on July 26, 2008, 07:53:15 PM
geeze  ::)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: PantherX on July 27, 2008, 03:06:27 AM
Oh Gawd, not another Arsenal forever like fungus thread! LOL!

Word.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on July 27, 2008, 07:06:17 AM
Oh Gawd, not another Arsenal forever like fungus thread! LOL!

  Well, it's little wonder that fungi would flourish as well as it does (especially on this forum) when one considers how much manUre is around to feed it.
Don't you agree?  You should.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on July 27, 2008, 11:01:12 AM
Scolari challenges fringe players to earn place
Soccer.net


 Luiz Felipe Scolari has challenged his fringe players to fight for their place in the Chelsea team to face Portsmouth in the Premier League opener next month.

 
The former Portugal coach only took over the Chelsea reins at the start of July, but has revealed he knows the majority of the squad who will line up at Stamford Bridge on August 17 after identifying a key group of players who will lead the title challenge.


And with three games of the Blues' tour of Asia and Russia remaining, including Tuesday's meeting with a Malaysian League Select XI in Kuala Lumpur, Scolari is looking for players to step up and earn their place in the side.

'I have some ideas but I need to train more with the team over the next three games,' Scolari said. 'I have in my mind one idea for the team to play against Portsmouth, but until then I want to see how the players train. I have a minimum of 75% of the team in my mind but I need to know the other 25%.

'I know who my key players are. I have had 15 days with them and I know who is important for us to play more games than other players.

'You need to build a team around a few players in essential positions for important games and I now know who they.'

Shaun Wright-Phillips could be seen as a player who is expected to be fighting for a place in the side next season should the England midfielder remain at Stamford Bridge.

The former Manchester City man made over 30 appearances for Chelsea last season but struggled to hold down a place in the side and has been linked with a summer move to Portsmouth, rumours Scolari insisted on Saturday where new to him.

'I have spoken to Shaun today at training and he is happy at Chelsea,' Scolari added. 'If he wants to leave the decision is not only for me but also for the board. Shaun has done a good job up to now, the other players love him and so do my team.'

Meanwhile, Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon has insisted there are no further developments over their pursuit of Real Madrid striker Robinho.

Since arriving in Asia, Kenyon has openly admitted discussions with the Spanish champions over a deal for the Brazilian are ongoing.

Robinho's agent, Wagner Ribeiro, has claimed the Blues are winning the race for his signature, and admitted the player is keen to link up with fellow Brazilian Scolari.

A report on Sunday suggested Chelsea had agreed personal terms with Robinho, and that a British record transfer had been tabled by the Blues, but Real Madrid coach Bernd Schuster remains adamant the 24-year-old will remain at the club next season.

'It has been easier for Mr Scolari to speak to Shaun (Wright-Philips) as he is on the trip than it has been for me to speak to Madrid due to the time difference so there is no update,' Kenyon said.

'We will have further discussions but this is one that could rumble on.'
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on July 27, 2008, 11:52:58 AM
Oh Gawd, not another Arsenal forever like fungus thread! LOL!

  Well, it's little wonder that fungi would flourish as well as it does (especially on this forum) when one considers how much manUre is around to feed it.
Don't you agree?  You should.
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I agree, especially since the 'manUre being produced will be mostly from Chelski fans. Does that mean they are secret 'manUre' fans, great at producing 'manUre' or both? I think both.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on August 17, 2008, 09:09:32 AM
(http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll314/Chunkycj/363.gif)   Chelsea 4 - 0 Portsmouth  (http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll314/Chunkycj/385.gif)






Scolari starts in style


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Luiz Felipe Scolari got his Chelsea reign up and running with a 4-0 victory over Portsmouth at Stamford Bridge and a message of attacking intent to the rest of the Premier League.


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Nicolas Anelka nods home the second goal


Chelsea were criticised for being cautious under Jose Mourinho but Scolari's first match in charge suggested he wants style as well as substance, and they continued to push forward once Joe Cole opened the scoring in the 12th minute.

Nicolas Anelka, Scolari's only senior forward available, headed in his first goal at home for Chelsea before Frank Lampard put the result beyond doubt just before the break, scoring a penalty just five days after sealing his new five-year contract at the club.

Deco, on his debut, added a fourth from long range just before the end.

While Lampard may have been in the headlines this week it was Scolari - wearing a blue club tracksuit - who took centre stage on the opening weekend of the new season.

The Brazilian had promised a samba style to his time in west London, and he did not disappoint after being introduced to the crowd and giving them a thumbs-up.

Like his Brazil team that won the 2002 World Cup, he relied on his full-backs to create width - instead of Cafu and Roberto Carlos he has Jose Bosingwa and Ashley Cole marauding forward.

It allowed his five-man midfield to dominate through the middle, which is where the opener was created from less than a quarter of an hour into Scolari's career in England.

Anelka cushioned a header back to Michael Ballack, who lifted the ball over Pompey's defence with the outside of his boot for midfielder Cole to steer his finish around David James.

It could have got worse for the visitors as Lampard split their defence again, only this time James saved with his feet when Anelka ran through.

The France striker was not made to wait long for his goal. Bosingwa helped set it up by getting to the byline and standing up a cross to the far post.

Ballack almost got in the way as Deco met the ball but the Portugal midfielder managed to clip over James and Anelka beat Sylvain Distin on the line to head into the empty net.

Anelka should have added a third on the half-hour mark when he raced through again, but his effort went just wide of the post after he tapped the ball around James.

It did not run entirely smoothly for Scolari as he was forced into a change when Ballack picked up a knock, with Florent Malouda coming on.

Pompey also suggested they were willing to fight back when Petr Cech was forced into a double save before the break, first from Niko Kranjcar's powerful drive, then bravely with his body when Peter Crouch latched onto the rebound.

However, their hopes ended when Chelsea were awarded a penalty in first-half stoppage-time after Distin handled a cross by midfielder Cole.

James was booked for kicking the ball away before Lampard tucked away the spot-kick and tapped his badge in celebration as he ran to the crowd.

Pompey boss Harry Redknapp, Lampard's uncle, had offered his advice before Lampard committed his future to Chelsea - and there was an inevitability that the midfielder would find the net against his relative.

The attacking continued after the break, with Anelka twice firing over the crossbar after the restart.

Midfielder Cole went sent through over the top again but fired wide of the post after outpacing the Pompey defence.

Pompey, in contrast, looked short on belief and were contributing to their own downfall, one free-kick in their own territory resulting in possession lost and a chance being presented to Anelka.

Younes Kaboul thought he had sight of goal from a corner but his effort came off his knee, and Crouch could not tame the ball when it fell to him.

Pompey also had a penalty appeal when Niko Kranjcar's drive was blocked by Ricardo Carvalho.

Crouch's partnership with Jermain Defoe clearly needs time to gel. It took them 78 minutes to combine, and Defoe could not get direction on his finish when he met a flick-on.

Deco's goal came in the 89th minute, a powerful and swerving effort from 30 yards that James could only parry into the top corner.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on August 24, 2008, 06:40:59 AM
Chelsea 1- Wigan 0   Deco 4'

http://livefooty.doctor-serv.com/sun24.8/Wigan_Chelsea2.html
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: freakazoid on August 24, 2008, 06:45:43 AM
This thread may very well be around for a while.  As i reflect i cannot recall when an in form deco has gone home without some serious silverware. big playa
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on August 24, 2008, 07:01:55 AM
Wigan looking pretty good have Chelsea on the back foot since CFC scored. Cech on point.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on August 24, 2008, 07:14:45 AM
Ballack is a flat track bully!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on August 24, 2008, 07:57:23 AM
Ballack is a flat track bully!

Yeah, pretty much like Rooney.  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on August 24, 2008, 08:05:33 AM
Ballack is a flat track bully!

Yeah, pretty much like Rooney.  ;D
!


LOL! Ah see all yuh still playin all yuh 'sh!te on a stick' brand of football Deco or no Deco!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on August 24, 2008, 08:08:41 AM
We just can't help we self.  But, at the same time......catch us if you can!   :rotfl:  :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on August 24, 2008, 08:18:06 AM
We just can't help we self.  But, at the same time......catch us if you can!   :rotfl:  :rotfl:



Do worry enjoy all yuh self. Seriously tho all yuh need to get some real wing men and drop dat 4 midfielders all yuh does try tuh cram in game after game. You have to admit when you guys had Duff and Robben there was less sh1te on the stick football.  It should be Deco and Essien. Ballack and definitely Lampard on the bench.
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Post by: Observer on August 24, 2008, 08:24:23 AM
 :yawning: :yawning:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: SOBRIQUET on August 24, 2008, 10:01:08 AM
We just can't help we self.  But, at the same time......catch us if you can!   :rotfl:  :rotfl:



Do worry enjoy all yuh self. Seriously tho all yuh need to get some real wing men and drop dat 4 midfielders all yuh does try tuh cram in game after game. You have to admit when you guys had Duff and Robben there was less sh1te on the stick football.  It should be Deco and Essien. Ballack and definitely Lampard on the bench.

Scary thing for the rest of the league.... Even when the vibrant Chelsea of last week don't show up, this side is still the very best at grinding out a 1-0, with a lock-tight defence.... This title chase could be over by christmas...
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Post by: dinho on August 24, 2008, 10:20:18 AM
on a side note, I now take in the highlights there www.tvgolo.com (http://www.tvgolo.com)

Wilson Palacios give Ashley cole a drag thru he legs on the line there  :o. 

Remind me of Yorke in he SSFL heyday.

2 games, 2 wins. The machine rumbles on.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Tenorsaw on August 24, 2008, 11:00:12 AM
We just can't help we self.  But, at the same time......catch us if you can!   :rotfl:  :rotfl:



Do worry enjoy all yuh self. Seriously tho all yuh need to get some real wing men and drop dat 4 midfielders all yuh does try tuh cram in game after game. You have to admit when you guys had Duff and Robben there was less sh1te on the stick football.  It should be Deco and Essien. Ballack and definitely Lampard on the bench.

Scary thing for the rest of the league.... Even when the vibrant Chelsea of last week don't show up, this side is still the very best at grinding out a 1-0, with a lock-tight defence.... This title chase could be over by christmas...

Easy horsie.  Nothing ain't happen yet.  The Big Four will take points from each other.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Giggsy's Chestwig on August 24, 2008, 11:44:06 AM
Quote
Scary thing for the rest of the league.... Even when the vibrant Chelsea of last week don't show up, this side is still the very best at grinding out a 1-0, with a lock-tight defence.... This title chase could be over by christmas...

In the same manner that you were supposed to win the league by eight points in 2007 (Quote: Michael Essien).

Oh, I wonder where these Chelsea fans were in 1994 when they were getting an average attendance of 12,000 per game...

Two wins against Portsmouth and Wigan and the league is over. Spot the small-time football fan.

When you're grinding out wins against Arsenal, Liverpool and United home and away...then I'll take them seriously.
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Post by: freakazoid on August 25, 2008, 12:07:55 PM
Luiz Felipe Scolari insists he is ready to put the finishing touches to his restructuring of the Chelsea squad this week.
Click here

There have been reports of a renewed move for Real Madrid's wantaway forward Robinho and suggestions that a world-record deal to bring Kaka to Stamford Bridge next season will be struck, while Andriy Shevchenko's nightmare stint at the club will almost certainly come to an end this week.

A move for Shaun Wright-Phillips could also be on the cards before the end of the summer transfer window and Scolari has some important decisions to make in what is likely to be a frenzied few days.

One of the club's recent acquisitions, Scolari's former Portugal protege Deco, has already started to make an impact on the Barclays Premier League - scoring his second goal in as many matches against Wigan yesterday.

And with his second victory successfully negotiated - albeit in less handsome fashion than the opening-day rout of Portsmouth - Scolari is ready for the task.

Speaking after yesterday's 1-0 win he said: 'Tomorrow when I am back at the club I will discuss these things.

'It is important (to be focused) before a game. Last week we only talked about Wigan but tomorrow I will talk about players.

'Tomorrow when I come into the club I will discuss this or that, who comes, who goes.

'First we finished the game. Now we get back to London and I start a new week.'

Two men who are sure to remain key figures under Scolari regardless of any further additions to the squad are match-winner Deco and England midfielder Frank Lampard.

But while Scolari was pleased to see his midfield duo's goal tally reach three in two games when the former Barcelona playmaker lashed home a third-minute free-kick, he insists that results are more important than personal milestones.

'If Deco is scoring goals or if Lampard is scoring goals is not important, what is important is if Chelsea win,' he said.

'Chelsea is more important than us. They are friends and if one scores the other players are happy.

'I read that Lampard, in the last two or three seasons, has scored 20 goals every year. This season maybe 25, but maybe 15 or 10. Maybe even five. It is not important if Chelsea win.'

Latics boss Steve Bruce saw his side outgun their illustrious opponents for much of the game but was dismayed at their inability to convert a fine performance into points.

He hailed his side's unflagging industry but bemoaned a lack of finesse from dead-ball situations - a failing emphasised by the winning goal.

'When you play the top teams you have to have people ready and willing to do their jobs and run a million miles,' said Bruce.

'My midfield four ran themselves to a standstill. You have to do that, you have to physically work harder then they do but we just lacked that little bit of quality. The set-piece delivery just wasn't there.

'It was terrible and that is the one disappointment. In pre-season (Daniel) de Ridder, (Jason) Koumas, (Olivier) Kapo have all delivered and our set-pieces are usually good. But here they were appalling and it didn't matter who took them, because they all had a go. You need good dead-ball specialists and we have some good ones but they were a huge disappointment.'

Reflecting on Chelsea's match-winner, the Latics boss joked: 'Who is that lad by the way? Where has he been playing for the last couple of years?

'Seriously though, he oozes class and that is why he is at the very highest level.

'Chelsea had a bad day but there was one bit of brilliance from Deco.'
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on August 28, 2008, 09:05:17 AM
Robinho could make Chelsea debut against Spurs
By Soccernet staff


 Real Madrid forward Robinho should complete his €36m (£28.7m) transfer to Chelsea in time to make his debut in the home derby with Tottenham Hotspur, according to his agent Wagner Ribeiro.

(http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll314/Chunkycj/Robinho_13072007_Venezuela_.jpg)
NatachaPisarenko/AP
The Brazilian international could bring his skills to the Premier League.


Ribeiro said on Wednesday night that he expects his client to be a Chelsea player 'by either tomorrow or Friday,' adding in the The Daily Telegraph, 'he should be available to [Luiz Felipe] Scolari for this weekend'.

Robinho, along with Deco, who has already made the switch from Spain to Stamford Bridge, were selected as Scolari's main transfer targets when he became manager of the Blues in the summer.

Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon shares Scolari's desire to lure Robinho to London and believes the Brazilian international can take the club to the 'next level'.

'He's the right age and he comes from Madrid so he understands what a big club is all about,' Kenyon said.

'What we're doing is supporting Scolari. He wants to change and move the style a bit [and] is confident about the player's ability and mentality and that he will fit in and make an impact.'

Chelsea had two bids for the 24-year-old rejected by Madrid earlier in the transfer window but the La Liga club's desire to use Robinho as a make-weight during their pursuit of Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo has unsettled the player and he now wants to quit the Santiago Bernabéu.

He is expected to receive a salary of £70,000 a week at Chelsea, double his income at Madrid.

Robinho is expected to wear the No7 shirt vacated by Andriy Shevchenko, who has rejoined Milan two years after Chelsea signed him for £30m.

Chelsea are so confident of concluding the deal with Real Madrid that fans can already buy Robinho shirts at the club's online megastore

Meanwhile, there seems little prospect of another Brazilian, Kaka, leaving AC Milan to join the Blues, not least because the playmaker is happy at the San Siro.

Chelsea were linked with a world-record £80million bid for Kaka, but he told Italian sports daily Gazzetta dello Sport: 'Me going to Chelsea? I'm staying as a Rossoneri player.

'I should help Milan to win the trophies we're up for this season.'

He added: 'I've always said I'm happy at Milan and as long as my aims remain the same as Milan's I'll stay here. Until now it's always been that way.

'My goal is to win, Milan's is too. As long as we are like that, I'll remain at Milan.'


Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: SOBRIQUET on August 28, 2008, 10:46:17 AM
 :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause:

massive signing! joe cole on one side, Robinho on the next... ballack, lamps, essien and deco in the middle on top ah them... and didier up top slamming them in.... just by names and talent alone, this is the best side put together in the EPL in quite a few years.... now hopefully they could Gel as a team and DOMINATE the world, like we plan to! COME ON CHELSEA!!!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on August 28, 2008, 11:01:39 AM
:applause: :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause:

massive signing! joe cole on one side, Robinho on the next... ballack, lamps, essien and deco in the middle on top ah them... and didier up top slamming them in.... just by names and talent alone, this is the best side put together in the EPL in quite a few years.... now hopefully they could Gel as a team and DOMINATE the world, like we plan to! COME ON CHELSEA!!!!

what formation is that you call there a 3-6-1?

joe cole go hadda take ah bench.

i seeing...


                      Cech

Bosingwa     Terry    Carvalho          Cole

                     Essien

Deco      Lampard        Ballack      Robinho

                     Drogba
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: SOBRIQUET on August 28, 2008, 12:41:18 PM
:applause: :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause:

massive signing! joe cole on one side, Robinho on the next... ballack, lamps, essien and deco in the middle on top ah them... and didier up top slamming them in.... just by names and talent alone, this is the best side put together in the EPL in quite a few years.... now hopefully they could Gel as a team and DOMINATE the world, like we plan to! COME ON CHELSEA!!!!

what formation is that you call there a 3-6-1?

joe cole go hadda take ah bench.

i seeing...


                      Cech

Bosingwa     Terry    Carvalho          Cole

                     Essien

Deco      Lampard        Ballack      Robinho

                     Drogba

i want to see a steady rotation of lamps, ballack and deco....
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: WARRIORKING on August 28, 2008, 01:04:42 PM
i agree on drogba he's #1 on the striker list.i actually believe kewayne jones of our own soca warriors style of play resembles drogba's all he needs is a little bit more touch of class .also  luv my boy van niselroy.and for all the beckham haters he might not be the best dribbler of the ball but guess wat one cross and the game is won i witness it for myself at a la galaxy game he is world class accurate passing is the most important thing in football and there no one better at swinging that ball
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on August 29, 2008, 08:18:17 AM
All yuh might have tuh bactrac on dat.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on August 29, 2008, 08:21:13 AM
Is this the Man United Forever thread?  ::)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: JDB on August 29, 2008, 08:36:15 AM
All yuh might have tuh bactrac on dat.

Yep.

Chelsea moving like amateurs, new money again. Read the piece in bold at the end.

Cole says he is prepared to slog it out with Robinho (http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2008/aug/29/premierleague.chelsea1)

Sachin Nakrani
The Guardian, Friday August 29 2008
Article history
 
Joe Cole is willing to fight for his place if Robinho moves to Chelsea. Photograph: Richard Heathcote/Getty Images

Chelsea's expected purchase of Robinho has created excitement among the fans, manager and chief executive, but yesterday came a note of defiance from a player who may find his first-team opportunities limited if and when the Brazilian arrives.

Joe Cole has made an impressive start to the season, scoring the first goal of Luiz Felipe Scolari's tenure as Chelsea manager - in the 4-0 victory over Portsmouth - before again featuring in Sunday's win at Wigan. But the way Scolari shaped his side for both matches suggests the England man will be the one who will have to make way.

Cole is not fazed. "I've been at Chelsea for five years now and I've always played, even after we've brought in world-class players," he said. "I've always accepted the challenge and always took it on. This will just be another great challenge. As a footballer you've got to prove yourself every week regardless. You're out there in every game getting judged."

Having arrived from West Ham United for £6.6m in 2003, the 26-year-old has made 225 appearances and was last season voted the supporters' player of the year. And, as he points out, while he has survived, others of similar style have come and gone, including Arjen Robben and Damien Duff. "Robinho is a great player so having him around will be great for the squad," added Cole. "We want to win the title this season, that's the priority."

That ambition should be aided if the Brazilian forward is signed, although the chief executive, Peter Kenyon, was still in Madrid last night and Real's president, Ramón Calderón, stated the player would not leave until a replacement was found Their principal targets, David Villa and Santi Cazorla, signed extended deals with their current clubs, Valencia and Villarreal respectively, yesterday, and Real's sports director, Predrag Mijatovic, last night cast doubt on whether Robinho would be moving to Stamford Bridge. "Robinho still has two years left on his contract," he said. "Therefore he is our player for the next two seasons so you can draw your own conclusions from that."

Chelsea, meanwhile, were left embarrassed yesterday after replica "Robinho" shirts were advertised for sale on the club's official website. The club claim it is customary for kits to be prepared in advance for prospective new signings, to be made available as soon as any deal is completed, although this offer promoted kits sporting the Brazilian's name and the number "to be confirmed".

The advert has since been removed but the former Real defender Rafael Alkorta has criticised the London club. "I find it incredible that a club like Chelsea has not realised that not only is the deal not done but that the president and the coach of Real have said they do not want to sell," he said. "Maybe it was a mistake but it is a pretty astonishing mistake to make."


About this articleClose Football: Joe Cole says he is prepared to slog it out with Robinho over midfield role at Chelsea
This article appeared in the Guardian on Friday August 29 2008 on p4 of the Sport news & features section. It was last updated at 01:38 on August 29 2008.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on August 29, 2008, 10:26:57 AM
but allyuh at least have to see the difference here...

A big club prises Real Madrid's best players away from them and makes them struggle to keep hold.

A feeder club struggles to keep their best players from being prised away by Real Madrid.

 ;)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Giggsy's Chestwig on August 29, 2008, 12:03:55 PM
but allyuh at least have to see the difference here...

A big club prises Real Madrid's best players away from them and makes them struggle to keep hold.

A feeder club struggles to keep their best players from being prised away by Real Madrid.

 ;)

How does it feel being a European Champion?

Oh.

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: NUFF on August 29, 2008, 12:09:09 PM
Don't do it Robinho.  Don't do it.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Toppa on August 29, 2008, 02:04:16 PM
but allyuh at least have to see the difference here...

A big club prises Real Madrid's best players away from them and makes them struggle to keep hold.

A feeder club struggles to keep their best players from being prised away by Real Madrid.

 ;)

Allyuh eh prise nobody away eh. Robinho is disgruntled about the whole C Ronaldo thing. Don't give him wrong but still don't want him to leave.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Giggsy's Chestwig on August 31, 2008, 08:58:32 AM
And its Darren Bent!!!

 ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: PantherX on August 31, 2008, 09:07:03 AM
It figures that we would get beat by the likes of M'borough and Sunderland and then go to Stamford Bridge and get something.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Giggsy's Chestwig on August 31, 2008, 09:22:34 AM
Yeah but the plastic Chelsea contingent on here would have us believe that they were going to steamroller everyone...

That should bring them down to Earth.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Giggsy's Chestwig on August 31, 2008, 09:54:24 AM
but allyuh at least have to see the difference here...

A big club prises Real Madrid's best players away from them and makes them struggle to keep hold.

A feeder club struggles to keep their best players from being prised away by Real Madrid.

 ;)

Robinho: "I Want To Leave"


http://www.football365.com/story/0,17033,8652_4073671,00.html

 :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Tenorsaw on August 31, 2008, 11:34:51 AM
Yeah but the plastic Chelsea contingent on here would have us believe that they were going to steamroller everyone...

That should bring them down to Earth.

Yep.  Wey dem?  This thing has a long way to go.  Talk to me in December.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Giggsy's Chestwig on August 31, 2008, 12:35:26 PM
Yep.

One draw and look how quiet they have become.

Armadillo? Where are you? Paging Armadillo! Armadillo to thread...

Respond!

Breaker, breaker...

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on August 31, 2008, 12:39:14 PM
we're responding but you can't hear us.

speaking down from all the way at the top of the table can be inaudible without a microphone, maybe if you cup your ears you might hear us better.

focusing on bigger things right now like bringing Robinho home.

Come Luke.. come to the dark side of the force!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Giggsy's Chestwig on August 31, 2008, 01:32:54 PM
we're responding but you can't hear us.

speaking down from all the way at the top of the table can be inaudible without a microphone, maybe if you cup your ears you might hear us better.

focusing on bigger things right now like bringing Robinho home.

Come Luke.. come to the dark side of the force!

Robinho, so  big that even we didn't want him when he was offered to us...

:rotfl:

Deluded Chelsea noobs, where were you when you were shit...

Two titles and an FA Cup in the last 40 odd years and you're best team on the planet...

WATPOAE
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on September 12, 2008, 01:23:56 PM
Chelsea confirm assistant Clarke's resignation
By Soccernet staff



Chelsea have confirmed that assistant manager Steve Clarke has handed in his resignation.

Steve Clarke was happier under Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge.

The former Scotland defender reportedly handed in the request on Thursday night and it could pave the way for a move to West Ham United, where he could work in a similar capacity under Gianfranco Zola, the new manager.

A Chelsea spokesman said: ''Chelsea can confirm that West Ham have made an approach with regards to talking to Steve Clarke.

''They have not been given permission to talk to him.

''Steve Clarke has tendered his resignation as assistant first team coach. We have not accepted his resignation. Talks are continuing.''

His appointment is expected to be announced in the next few days, once the club have agreed a severance package with Chelsea. Although the West London club are demanding £1.2 million in compensation because Clarke has two years left to run on his contract.

New Chelsea boss Luiz Felipe Scolari has already wished him well in his new post.

He said: ''Now I have been told he is going I am sad but I understand Steve. All people have projects in their life.

''I don't agree with his decision but I am happy for him because I like Stevie. I like him as a person and as a coach and I wish him all the best.''

Scolari had made efforts to persuade Clarke, whom he regards as his expert on English football, to stay.

''Yesterday I invited Steve to visit my house and we discussed the situation between West Ham and Chelsea,'' he added.

''I told him what I thought and this morning told (chief executive) Peter Kenyon what I think about Steve, that he is very important for me and for Chelsea.

''He is a man that is a link between me and the players and between me and the staff. He knows Chelsea very well and English players and clubs.

''When he told me about his projects I said to him I could be the man who would open more chances for him to be the head coach in England or in other countries.

''And I said I would give him more responsibility at Chelsea and would tell the press that Steve wanted to fly alone in the future.

''I don't know what happened in the night but when I came here in the morning I heard he had resigned.''

Clarke's decision comes as something of a shock given that he has ties that go back over 20 years with the club, but after four years as No 2 at Stamford Bridge it became clear that he would not fit in with the Scolari regime.

It is understood that Clarke has been effectively sidelined since Scolari was appointed in the summer, with the Brazilian relying almost entirely on Darlan Schneider, his other assistant, whom he brought with him from Portugal.

Despite taking what many have seen as a backward step, Clarke is said to be relishing the opportunity of linking up again with Zola, with whom he played for two years at Chelsea.


Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on September 13, 2008, 10:54:03 AM
Robinho on a free kick 1 - 0 ManCity

2 mins later Carvalho 1-1
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Giggsy's Chestwig on September 13, 2008, 11:07:51 AM
Is this the Man United Forever thread?  ::)

No, he's just posting here for the same reasons you post in the United threads...

 ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on September 13, 2008, 11:10:01 AM
gold digger...

where are the morals in football?   ::)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on September 13, 2008, 11:21:23 AM
Is this the Man United Forever thread?  ::)


EVERBODY ON CHELSKI'S SIDE IS A DONKEY! LOL!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on September 13, 2008, 11:56:30 AM
Is this the Man United Forever thread?  ::)


EVERBODY ON CHELSKI'S SIDE IS A DONKEY! LOL!

We leading 2-1 so I guess that demoted y'all to mules. :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on September 13, 2008, 12:04:00 PM
Hard luck dey meh boy Giggsy, we just got upgraded to Thorough Bred. Anelka in the 70'
3-1 WE
Drogba and Belletti on.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on September 13, 2008, 12:45:25 PM
Hard luck dey meh boy Giggsy, we just got upgraded to Thorough Bred. Anelka in the 70'
3-1 WE
Drogba and Belletti on.


elan, yuh see de brand was knocking out there today?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Toppa on September 13, 2008, 12:54:49 PM
Robinho is such a frigging idiot!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on September 13, 2008, 01:01:15 PM
Robinho is such a frigging idiot!

u like how he kiss the man city badge when he score?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: samo on September 13, 2008, 01:19:33 PM
Chelsea #1...
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Toppa on September 13, 2008, 01:24:03 PM
Robinho is such a frigging idiot!

u like how he kiss the man city badge when he score?

I didn't watch the match. Did he do that? steupsss
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: SOBRIQUET on September 13, 2008, 02:02:19 PM
did anyone see the way Deco was abusing people in that middle today? the double cap? the chap and breed on the left side? shit... for now that man is the bargain of the season :)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on September 13, 2008, 02:12:36 PM
did anyone see the way Deco was abusing people in that middle today? the double cap? the chap and breed on the left side? shit... for now that man is the bargain of the season :)

yeah boy, the double cap down by the right back position was real stink... It remind me of what Cafu did to Nedved when he was playing at Roma.. But Robinho issue some small beat too, I see someone get a piece ah something on the byline, a lil pull back and push. Real men going and get eat off this year.

Some of the knock in that game was sublime, Deco making ah big difference..

But I still have questions over Obi Mikel. The youth too friggin wild and uncoordinated with he tackles and he showing some serious goat potential. He hadda improve with Essien out for so long. Ah missing Makalele already.

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: injunchile on September 13, 2008, 02:43:38 PM
BBC Sports commentator said Robinio must be regretting not going to Chelsea after that class performance today.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kicker on September 13, 2008, 04:24:07 PM

yeah boy, the double cap down by the right back position was real stink... It remind me of what Cafu did to Nedved when he was playing at Roma.. But Robinho issue some small beat too, I see someone get a piece ah something on the byline, a lil pull back and push. Real men going and get eat off this year.

Some of the knock in that game was sublime, Deco making ah big difference..

But I still have questions over Obi Mikel. The youth too friggin wild and uncoordinated with he tackles and he showing some serious goat potential. He hadda improve with Essien out for so long. Ah missing Makalele already.


...Yuh bring back memories dey....Cafu hat up Nedved 3 times then hat up Simeone who rush in and foul him...The kinda move that would get yuh God like status in Trini....

But on another note, could Deco be the best #10 (even though he wears 20) in the game today ?.... To me he was the only on form man in Portugal side in the Euros and today he was in a class by himself against City.

p.s. Enjoy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4my2u4f7ljs



Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Toppa on September 13, 2008, 04:32:03 PM
BBC Sports commentator said Robinio must be regretting not going to Chelsea after that class performance today.

It wasn't his fault.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: asylumseeker on September 14, 2008, 03:30:05 AM
RICH PICKINGS FOR CHELSEA (SUNDAY TIMES UK)
September 14, 2008
David Walsh

Excerpt

... Seven minutes in, Robinho galloped wide to take a corner and every City fan stood and applauded. Excessive perhaps but five minutes later, they had good reason to express their gratitude. Jo and Carvalho went for a ball on the edge of the penalty area, the defender seemed to get the ball before Jo fell over but Mark Halsey saw it differently.

Robinho spent ages lining up the free, Chelsea spent longer lining up the wall, the crowd had time to consider every penny of that £32.4m and, then in a flash, everything was reduced to chance. Wall member John Mikel Obi got his head to Robinho’s free kick, deflecting it wickedly past his goalkeeper, Petr Cech.

But that deflection was a detail easily ignored by an entranced crowd. In those minutes, the hype was justified, the transfer fee an irrelevance and City were on their way. Except that Chelsea hadn’t come from London like Chelsea teams of bygone days. Even in the moment of that goal, there wasn’t a hint of doubt, nor a trace of panic in their reaction.

And in a game which ebbed and flowed with excellent football, their passing was crisper and more penetrative. Robinho may become a very fine Premier League player in time but he wasn’t that yesterday. He gave the ball away too often and we are talking about straightforward passes missing the target.

He wasn’t a patch on Frank Lampard, who was the game's best player and by quite some distance. To every good Chelsea move, he was central: the choice of his pass, the timing, the accuracy, the weight, he had it all and it was a joy to watch. What the other Chelsea players love about Lampard is that he never takes a fraction more time to make the (sic) than is necessary.

It is clear too that Lampard likes playing with Deco, they weave patterns that look simple but because it all done quickly, it creates space and there were times yesterday when Chelsea looked a very slick side. Their equaliser came just four minutes after City’s goal, and even if that was timely for them, it wasn't that surprising.

For they picked up the pace after conceding and when Shaun Wright-Phillips conceded a corner against his former club, Lampard's delivery picked out Terry, whose header ricocheted off Joe Cole backwards into Carvalho's path and the centre-back slammed his right-foot volley high into the roof of the net. Poor City goalkeeper Joe Hart was lucky that he wasn’t in the way. Perhaps the Gods were making up to Carvalho after that free kick award.

The game continued to hum along; City were good but Chelsea were better. Florent Malouda got his head to a Joe Cole cross but the ball crashed against the bar and when Jo and later Stephen Ireland had good shooting chances, Carvalvo got back to make brilliant blocks. Ia there a central defender anywhere who makes those tackles better than the Portuguese?

By the time Ireland’s effort was blocked, Chelsea were already in front, thanks to another demonstration of Lampard’s class. He surged through from midfield, exchanged passes with Ashley Cole and, forced on to his left foot, he rifled his shot into the far corner. Brilliant. Though City kept playing and the fun continued, Chelsea were always superior.

Anelka got their third goal, after good work by Malouda and a clever final pass from Joe Cole. Fifteen the end, John Terry got a straight red card – the first of his career – when Mark Halsey deemed him the last defender when he fouled Jo. It was a slightly harsh decision as other defenders scampered back and were not far away when the Brazilian fell.

City kept trying but even with Jo, Vincent Kompany and Pablo Zabaleta all showing they can become big players for the club, there was a challenge to the nouveau riche in the performance of the team with Roman's old money and it was this: can City absorb all their new wealth and find the team spirit that make Chelsea so formidable?


Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on September 15, 2008, 10:45:52 AM
Blues lodge appeal against Terry dismissal
By Soccernet staff


(http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll314/Chunkycj/johnterryoff_275_e.jpg)
GettyImages
Terry was sent off for impeding City striker Jo.


Chelsea have submitted a claim for wrongful dismissal on behalf of John Terry who was sent off against Manchester City at the weekend.
It is understood that Terry will have little chance of his sending-off being overturned as referee Mark Halsey deemed the defender's holding block on Brazilian striker Jo as serious foul play as opposed to a professional foul.
The FA are unable to downgrade red cards to yellow, unless the club can somehow demonstrate that Terry should not have been cautioned.

Team-mate Frank Lampard disputed the dismissal in a post-match interview after Chelsea's 3-1 win at Eastlands, saying: "If you start giving out red cards like that you'll have four or five in a game. Hopefully they'll look at it again and make it a yellow card. It's not a red card when there's two men behind the ball."

Should Terry fail to earn a reprieve, he will miss Sunday's decisive game against Manchester United. Should a three-match suspension be imposed, Terry will also be unavailable for the games against Stoke and Aston Villa.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on September 16, 2008, 01:00:28 PM
Lampard 14'
Chelsea 1 - Bordeaux 0
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on September 16, 2008, 01:15:31 PM
Lampard 14'
Joe Cole 29'
Chelsea 2 - Bordeaux 0
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on October 21, 2008, 09:42:37 AM
Best team in the league right now and not a different thread every 2 sec.?

These Chelsea supporters is real fair weather.  ::)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on October 21, 2008, 10:18:28 AM
just wait till hull deal wit all yuh lol
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on October 21, 2008, 04:09:11 PM
Best team in the league right now and not a different thread every 2 sec.?

These Chelsea supporters is real fair weather.  ::)

lol..

no need to start a new thread for every Chelsea versus WASA clean & white game that come up in ah week..

by the way...

- no joe cole
- no drogba
- no ballack
- no ashley cole
- no carvalho
- no essien

chelsea 5 boro 0

NO PROBLEM!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on October 21, 2008, 05:43:42 PM
Best team in the league right now and not a different thread every 2 sec.?

These Chelsea supporters is real fair weather.  ::)

lol..

no need to start a new thread for every Chelsea versus WASA clean & white game that come up in ah week..

by the way...

- no joe cole
- no drogba
- no ballack
- no ashley cole
- no carvalho
- no essien

chelsea 5 boro 0

NO PROBLEM!


wait dey aint play this match saturday? yuh could'nt find the thread or wat or the current jus come back?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on November 01, 2008, 02:33:01 PM
aahhh yes.. mash up ah next side 5-0.

we running barcelona for most goals in europe.

this thread has a nice feel good kinda vibe unlike the other thread. lol
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kicker on November 01, 2008, 05:54:12 PM
aahhh yes.. mash up ah next side 5-0.

we running barcelona for most goals in europe.

this thread has a nice feel good kinda vibe unlike the other thread. lol

This game wasn't as much about Chelsea being good as it was about Sunderland being bad....From my memory all but one of the goals were kinda weak.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 01, 2008, 07:03:05 PM
aahhh yes.. mash up ah next side 5-0.

we running barcelona for most goals in europe.

this thread has a nice feel good kinda vibe unlike the other thread. lol

This game wasn't as much about Chelsea being good as it was about Sunderland being bad....From my memory all but one of the goals were kinda weak.

Chelsea make it so easy, it had to be the other team was bad. If you can't get the ball how will you play? Quality is quality son, match up Sunderland with Chelsea position for position and see what you get.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on November 01, 2008, 07:12:19 PM
aahhh yes.. mash up ah next side 5-0.

we running barcelona for most goals in europe.

this thread has a nice feel good kinda vibe unlike the other thread. lol

This game wasn't as much about Chelsea being good as it was about Sunderland being bad....From my memory all but one of the goals were kinda weak.

Chelsea make it so easy, it had to be the other team was bad. If you can't get the ball how will you play? Quality is quality son, match up Sunderland with Chelsea position for position and see what you get.


Keane buy a pack ah shite! Coach a bunch ah shite! Sunderland play a bunch ah shite! Chelski aint winning shite!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 01, 2008, 07:13:21 PM
aahhh yes.. mash up ah next side 5-0.

we running barcelona for most goals in europe.

this thread has a nice feel good kinda vibe unlike the other thread. lol

This game wasn't as much about Chelsea being good as it was about Sunderland being bad....From my memory all but one of the goals were kinda weak.

Chelsea make it so easy, it had to be the other team was bad. If you can't get the ball how will you play? Quality is quality son, match up Sunderland with Chelsea position for position and see what you get.


Keane buy a pack ah shite! Coach a bunch ah shite! Sunderland play a bunch ah shite! Chelski aint winning shite!

Who Hull almost purge today?  :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on November 02, 2008, 11:17:44 AM
aahhh yes.. mash up ah next side 5-0.

we running barcelona for most goals in europe.

this thread has a nice feel good kinda vibe unlike the other thread. lol

This game wasn't as much about Chelsea being good as it was about Sunderland being bad....From my memory all but one of the goals were kinda weak.

Chelsea make it so easy, it had to be the other team was bad. If you can't get the ball how will you play? Quality is quality son, match up Sunderland with Chelsea position for position and see what you get.


Keane buy a pack ah shite! Coach a bunch ah shite! Sunderland play a bunch ah shite! Chelski aint winning shite!

Who Hull almost purge today?  :rotfl: :rotfl:

Like Brandy sang "almost doesn't count"!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kicker on November 02, 2008, 11:25:46 AM
aahhh yes.. mash up ah next side 5-0.

we running barcelona for most goals in europe.

this thread has a nice feel good kinda vibe unlike the other thread. lol

This game wasn't as much about Chelsea being good as it was about Sunderland being bad....From my memory all but one of the goals were kinda weak.

Chelsea make it so easy, it had to be the other team was bad. If you can't get the ball how will you play? Quality is quality son, match up Sunderland with Chelsea position for position and see what you get.

No one is questioning Chelsea's quality or whether or not Chelsea is a notch or two better than Sunderland in pretty much every part of the field... but if Sunderland employed their best talent around the pitch and played a better team game they could come off the field against Chelsea with alot more respect than they did this weekend. From what I remember alot of Sunderland's errors in possession were unforced and due to a lack of focus/concentration....and Chelsea had one neat, well created goal...the others were scrappy and gifted to them by poor defending/questionable goalkeeping...  If you worship your team so much that you can't see that point of view then so be it...
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 04, 2008, 03:04:47 PM
Roma ripping we to shreds. Damn  :o :o
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: scarface on November 04, 2008, 03:06:39 PM
Roma ripping we to shreds. Damn  :o :o

isn't it great?  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on November 04, 2008, 03:23:53 PM
Well if Cyd Gray getting sent off for an all ball tackle was bad enough ... how RIDICULOUS was Deco getting sent off for taking a freekick too quickly!!!

The height of assness.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: scarface on November 04, 2008, 03:34:58 PM
Well if Cyd Gray getting sent off for an all ball tackle was bad enough ... how RIDICULOUS was Deco getting sent off for taking a freekick too quickly!!!

The height of assness.

yeh but he shud have been off b4 for that for them 2 fouls he make rite b4 that d ref let go!!! so he was lucvky to even be on the pitch still.


d ref was makin up! ;D he was just waiting fo deco to do sumting again when he realised she shud have sent him off.


but i eh care!!! forza italian teams (except inter)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: rotatopoti3 on November 04, 2008, 05:05:15 PM
BBC
Scolari makes case for defence

Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari believes the Blues' defence could be the key to success in the Champions League this season.

Scolari's side have yet to concede in the Champions League this season but they have become renowned for a new attacking style in the Premier League.

Yet the Brazilian coach insists his back four could play a pivotal part in the club reaching the final of the competition for the second successive year.

They take on Roma in the Stadio Olimpico on Tuesday night knowing victory will guarantee them a place in the knockout stages.

"I think it is very important for our team that they have confidence in our defence," said Scolari.

"We know that we have very good players in midfield and in attack. I think, in the 14 or 15 games, we've only failed to score in one or two.

"We know that if we don't score goals, we'll have a chance of at least a draw.

"In this Champions League, we've won two games and drawn one 0-0 and, I think, when I have a very good defence, I have a very good attack."

Well he spoke to quick..he must be feelin hard done now...Dem Roma goals look sweet...
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on November 04, 2008, 05:21:33 PM


yeh but he shud have been off b4 for that for them 2 fouls he make rite b4 that d ref let go!!! so he was lucvky to even be on the pitch still.


d ref was makin up! ;D he was just waiting fo deco to do sumting again when he realised she shud have sent him off.


but i eh care!!! forza italian teams (except inter)

Some men here does only see what they want to see, and conveniently leave out vital bits of info to make a stronger case in order to propagate their view.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on November 04, 2008, 05:28:55 PM
Fine - he couldve been sent off for any of the earlier tackles with a second yellow card. However, how can the ref still get all three call wrong, and send off a man for a non-bookable offense?

have you ever seen in any game of football that a player gets a yellow card for taking a freekick too quickly?
In all cases it's someone who is infringing from the wall. Deco was attempting to restart the game as quickly as possible to try to score another goal.

What the ref writes in his report will clarify exactly what happened and his thought process.

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on November 04, 2008, 05:42:52 PM
Fine - he couldve been sent off for any of the earlier tackles with a second yellow card. However, how can the ref still get all three call wrong, and send off a man for a non-bookable offense?

so if u admitting that he coulda get sent off for his deplorable behavior, then y u fighting this point? taking the free kick too fast was the straw that break the camels back. U doing like if u never see a referee make calls to "makeup" for wrong decisions earlier on 


have you ever seen in any game of football that a player gets a yellow card for taking a freekick too quickly?
In all cases it's someone who is infringing from the wall. Deco was attempting to restart the game as quickly as possible to try to score another goal.

Yeah, that happened in an Argentina vs Uruguay game a few weeks ago.

What the ref writes in his report will clarify exactly what happened and his thought process.


Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on November 04, 2008, 06:04:22 PM
Fine - he couldve been sent off for any of the earlier tackles with a second yellow card. However, how can the ref still get all three call wrong, and send off a man for a non-bookable offense?

so if u admitting that he coulda get sent off for his deplorable behavior, then y u fighting this point? taking the free kick too fast was the straw that break the camels back. U doing like if u never see a referee make calls to "makeup" for wrong decisions earlier on 


have you ever seen in any game of football that a player gets a yellow card for taking a freekick too quickly?
In all cases it's someone who is infringing from the wall. Deco was attempting to restart the game as quickly as possible to try to score another goal.

Yeah, that happened in an Argentina vs Uruguay game a few weeks ago.

What the ref writes in his report will clarify exactly what happened and his thought process.

With that argument - then Cyd Gray was correctly sent off against Guatemala in Guatemala City.
The Ref used a clean tackle as a make up call for Cyd's boorish behaviour in the match up until that point. All the complaining, flailing arms, and minor tackles warranted a second yellow card for a clean tackle. It was only a make-up call by the ref.

Also, in the game earlier this season, Rob Styles awarding a penalty for a phantom foul on C. Ronaldo was also a makeup call for all the other missed tackles that went unpunished earlier in the game. It wasn't a foul, but it was C. Ronaldo, Man U, Fergie AND they were in Old Trafford.

It remained a make up call until he saw how STUPID and one-sided the decision was. The same way Cyd Gray and Deco's decisions were STUPID and one-sided.

... and that game with Argentina-Uruguay, I remember that game had about 20 yellow cards for all types of maddness. In Connmebol, you could stamp a man and get away with it, but if you throw the ball in 5 yards from where you shouldve thrown it in, you will get a caution.

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on November 04, 2008, 06:13:29 PM
take it easy brother, dont blow a gasket.

deco dutty and deserve a red no matter what u come with. I eh know what u talking bout ronaldo or cyd gray or who ever, that eh gone change the obvious fact that deco deserve and get red, if u cyah see and admit that, then something wrong with u.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on November 04, 2008, 06:17:23 PM
buss throat i see dem Chelsea lovers get today  :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: capodetutticapi on November 04, 2008, 06:21:57 PM
great victory today by chelsea,sorry TYPO.roma.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on November 04, 2008, 06:25:17 PM
take it easy brother, dont blow a gasket.

deco dutty and deserve a red no matter what u come with. I eh know what u talking bout ronaldo or cyd gray or who ever, that eh gone change the obvious fact that deco deserve and get red, if u cyah see and admit that, then something wrong with u.

nah, no sweat.
I simply stating that Deco did not deserve to get sent off today on that play.
Match officials want players and coaches to respect them during the game, so stick to the rules of the game. No where in the rules have provisions for "make up calls"
If the ref thought Deco deserved a redcard earlier in the match - then give it out. Don't wait for something petty to make a shit call.
The thing supposed to be run professionally - no love lost in the end.

Lamps and Totti was chatting at the end of the match.
J. Baptista and Drogba was laughing.
Riise was practising he english with everybody on Chelsea team.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on November 04, 2008, 06:25:46 PM
anybody noticed that when Roma scored, men clouting up the scorer? and standing on his back digging their pegs into him?

 :o
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on November 04, 2008, 06:26:59 PM
hey haters... hi haters.. you haters.. hey haters... :yapping: :yapping:

minor blip on the radar.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 04, 2008, 08:36:05 PM


Lamps and Totti was chatting at the end of the match.
J. Baptista and Drogba was laughing.

Riise was practising he english with everybody on Chelsea team.


  We get we lunch handed to us today, we get a sound cutarse!!  We will take it like men and move on to the next game.  Well done, Roma, game well played.  :applause:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on November 07, 2008, 06:47:53 AM
in honor og omardhino's consitent and often humorous postings on th earsneal forever thread i just have a few words to say, and yes the kettle is calling the pot black, deal with it!

ROMA! ahahahahahahahahahahahahah :rotfl:hahahahahahahahhahaha
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on November 07, 2008, 04:40:16 PM
in honor og omardhino's consitent and often humorous postings on th earsneal forever thread i just have a few words to say, and yes the kettle is calling the pot black, deal with it!

ROMA! ahahahahahahahahahahahahah :rotfl:hahahahahahahahhahaha

:rotfl:

at 10am tomorrow morning, i will be sure to respond to this post in the proper manner.  ;)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on November 08, 2008, 08:35:01 AM
in honor og omardhino's consitent and often humorous postings on th earsneal forever thread i just have a few words to say, and yes the kettle is calling the pot black, deal with it!

ROMA! ahahahahahahahahahahahahah :rotfl:hahahahahahahahhahaha

:rotfl:

at 10am tomorrow morning, i will be sure to respond to this post in the proper manner.  ;)

tick tock tick tock
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on November 08, 2008, 08:57:56 AM
omar? hello? omar?

where yuh gone? tatics meeting with big phil?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: MarylandTrini on November 08, 2008, 09:11:11 AM
in honor og omardhino's consitent and often humorous postings on th earsneal forever thread i just have a few words to say, and yes the kettle is calling the pot black, deal with it!

ROMA! ahahahahahahahahahahahahah :rotfl:hahahahahahahahhahaha

:rotfl:

at 10am tomorrow morning, i will be sure to respond to this post in the proper manner.  ;)

It have a 10 am in the evening?

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on November 08, 2008, 09:31:58 AM
I live in Fiji, 10am is in about 5 more hours, check back later.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on November 12, 2008, 04:34:46 PM
whoopsie

Burnley ???
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on November 12, 2008, 04:40:27 PM
Hello Hello?

Viva Obi Mikel
Viva Obi Mikel
If only if only
f**k Chelsea Viva Burnley
Viva Obi Mikel

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on November 12, 2008, 04:41:56 PM
great loss today that will allow Chelsea to refocus on the Champions league and EPL.  ;)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on November 12, 2008, 04:52:29 PM
great loss today that will allow Chelsea to refocus on the Champions league and EPL.  ;)

... and FA Cup too!  :-\
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: morvant on November 12, 2008, 05:00:37 PM
blasted shyt side
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on November 12, 2008, 05:23:22 PM
great loss today that will allow Chelsea to refocus on the Champions league and EPL.  ;)

same champs league where roma school you lot?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on November 12, 2008, 05:23:52 PM
great loss today that will allow Chelsea to refocus on the Champions league and EPL.  ;)

... and FA Cup too!  :-\

when is fa cup draw?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on November 12, 2008, 06:07:33 PM
Damn boy Chelski cah make penalties in shootouts tuh save dey life. It has been 10 years since dey won one! :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Observer on November 12, 2008, 07:23:56 PM
I live in Fiji, 10am is in about 5 more hours, check back later.

At least you could get a sea bath  ;D Go dink some Kava kava and make contact in the morning  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 12, 2008, 11:22:00 PM
Watch dem....dy jumpin' on de haters' waggon!  Doh worry, allyuh turn go come!  >:(
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: MarylandTrini on November 13, 2008, 12:17:27 AM
Watch dem....dy jumpin' on de haters' waggon!  Doh worry, allyuh turn go come!  >:(

Like nobody does jump on the Arsenal thread? Is the haters keeping that thread on top all the time.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: MarylandTrini on November 13, 2008, 12:58:27 AM
I live in Fiji, 10am is in about 5 more hours, check back later.

It look like that 10am was 5 more days  :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: MarylandTrini on November 19, 2008, 08:40:12 PM
Chelsea planning to charge players for canteen food to cut costs - Exclusive
 
 
By Paul Smith, sundaymirror.co.uk 16/11/2008

Chelsea are considering cutting costs by charging players and staff for meals at their Cobham training ground.

Despite being owned by billionaire Roman Abramovich, the Blues laid off 15 international scouts to reduce expenditure two weeks ago.

Now Chris Alexander, their finance director, has canvassed rivals for their approach to charging staff for catering. In his e-mail Alexander reveals: "Even we're starting to look at the cost base!"

A spokesman confirmed: "Costs at the training ground are part of an ongoing review.

"We are aware that other clubs charge staff and players, but no decision has been taken yet."

A senior Chelsea player said last night: "They must be joking if they think we'll pay for a crappy sandwich and a cup of tea. Next they'll be putting meters in the players' car park or asking the NCP to run it for them."

It's understood that chief executive Peter Kenyon has requested cost reviews in all departments of the club.

And after instigating the cuts to the scouting staff, sporting director Frank Arnesen said: "A structure is now in place, even though the credit crunch has meant Roman Abramovich has hit the financial brake and asked us to cut deep.

"We have cut down significantly on scouts and other activities."

And manager Luiz Felipe Scolari recently revealed he cannot buy any players in the January transfer window, unless he raises funds by selling first. Kenyon has insisted in the past that Chelsea would target breaking-even by 2010.


Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: morvant on November 19, 2008, 08:51:11 PM
i hear scolari does sell bottle water on the sidelines too :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on November 19, 2008, 09:43:22 PM
whey d chelski fan fighting down on the arsenal forever thread????

the pockets not so deep now eh?

cut backs smells like a cash flow problem
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 19, 2008, 09:49:41 PM
Chelsea planning to charge players for canteen food to cut costs - Exclusive
 
 
By Paul Smith, sundaymirror.co.uk 16/11/2008

Chelsea are considering cutting costs by charging players and staff for meals at their Cobham training ground.

Despite being owned by billionaire Roman Abramovich, the Blues laid off 15 international scouts to reduce expenditure two weeks ago.

Now Chris Alexander, their finance director, has canvassed rivals for their approach to charging staff for catering. In his e-mail Alexander reveals: "Even we're starting to look at the cost base!"

A spokesman confirmed: "Costs at the training ground are part of an ongoing review.

"We are aware that other clubs charge staff and players, but no decision has been taken yet."

A senior Chelsea player said last night: "They must be joking if they think we'll pay for a crappy sandwich and a cup of tea. Next they'll be putting meters in the players' car park or asking the NCP to run it for them."

It's understood that chief executive Peter Kenyon has requested cost reviews in all departments of the club.

And after instigating the cuts to the scouting staff, sporting director Frank Arnesen said: "A structure is now in place, even though the credit crunch has meant Roman Abramovich has hit the financial brake and asked us to cut deep.

"We have cut down significantly on scouts and other activities."

And manager Luiz Felipe Scolari recently revealed he cannot buy any players in the January transfer window, unless he raises funds by selling first. Kenyon has insisted in the past that Chelsea would target breaking-even by 2010.




So they trying to stop depending on "Suga Daddy" and that's a laugh?

Try catch up....haterz.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 19, 2008, 10:00:57 PM
i hear scolari does sell bottle water on the sidelines too :rotfl: :rotfl:

                     :rotfl: :rotfl:

    Arright, allyuh haterz........enjoy allyuh self.  We go be chargin' people to look at we trophy and dem come end o" de season, too.



   
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: morvant on November 20, 2008, 07:15:57 AM
i hear scolari does sell bottle water on the sidelines too :rotfl: :rotfl:

                     :rotfl: :rotfl:

    Arright, allyuh haterz........enjoy allyuh self.  We go be chargin' people to look at we trophy and dem come end o" de season, too.


just doh get injured cause that mircale spray costing 10 euro ah puff :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on November 20, 2008, 10:16:40 AM
i hear scolari does sell bottle water on the sidelines too :rotfl: :rotfl:

                     :rotfl: :rotfl:

    Arright, allyuh haterz........enjoy allyuh self.  We go be chargin' people to look at we trophy and dem come end o" de season, too.


what the two prem, one 1st div, four carling cup,  and four fa cup in over 50 years trophy room

mus be a max capacity of 5 ppl at a time

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 22, 2008, 11:11:36 AM
i hear scolari does sell bottle water on the sidelines too :rotfl: :rotfl:

                     :rotfl: :rotfl:

    Arright, allyuh haterz........enjoy allyuh self.  We go be chargin' people to look at we trophy and dem come end o" de season, too.


what the two prem, one 1st div, four carling cup,  and four fa cup in over 50 years trophy room

mus be a max capacity of 5 ppl at a time




       Nah, breds, I was actually talking about THIS season's spoils aka: any of the trophies that ass n' all WON'T be winning this season.  What's in the past is in the past.


Held goalless by the might Geordies of Newcastle.


     .....and Fulham are the mighty what?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on November 22, 2008, 12:26:46 PM
funny thing is, the last chelsea game i went to was against newcastle at stamford bridge in 2006..

and that game play off exactly like this one..

back then, SWP put down a pile of lala (malouda), the game was flat with hardly any chances and frustrating. i think that one was a draw or a narrow win for chelsea, but watching this game today it was like groundhog day..

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 22, 2008, 12:38:44 PM
funny thing is, the last chelsea game i went to was against newcastle at stamford bridge in 2006..

and that game play off exactly like this one..

back then, SWP put down a pile of lala (malouda), the game was flat with hardly any chances and frustrating. i think that one was a draw or a narrow win for chelsea, but watching this game today it was like groundhog day..



   Sometimes Chelsea does play a little too methodical...like they can't seem to remove themselves from that style of thinking.  Granted, Newcastle had little to no forays in their own attacking third..but, of the few times they did, Chelsea too often made a few too many backward or lateral passes in their counterattack, rather than putting the Newcastle defense on their heels quickly by running at them.  Newcastle were prepared to tough out a defensive draw in this one and seemed to have played more with a sense of commitment to get their result than Chelsea played with to get theirs.    Oh well....let's hope Aston Villa hold on and everything will be kosher for this weekend.
   
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on November 23, 2008, 07:54:48 AM
well the other "big 3" failed to score as well but they also failed to concede and got at least a point

arsenal are past masters of letting opportunities to pass us by
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on November 25, 2008, 05:36:01 PM
when sunday comes

3rd defeat in a row?

6th for the season?

i feel another 5-0 win for chelsea, former arsenal players love hading us a goal or two
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 25, 2008, 11:17:07 PM
when sunday comes

3rd defeat in a row?

6th for the season?

i feel another 5-0 win for chelsea, former arsenal players love hading us a goal or two

   :rotfl:  GS, yuh feel man is cobo here or wha? Doh try dat, Padnah, yuh know dam well yuh rubbin' yuh hands in glee, lookin' fuh a surprise ass n' all victory!  Take care dat reverse sky-skullogy really work in trute eh!!  Hold dat!: :beermug: Yuh might need it sundy.....but not for what yuh tink! 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on November 26, 2008, 03:53:45 AM
when sunday comes

3rd defeat in a row?

6th for the season?

i feel another 5-0 win for chelsea, former arsenal players love hading us a goal or two

   :rotfl:  GS, yuh feel man is cobo here or wha? Doh try dat, Padnah, yuh know dam well yuh rubbin' yuh hands in glee, lookin' fuh a surprise ass n' all victory!  Take care dat reverse sky-skullogy really work in trute eh!!  Hold dat!: :beermug: Yuh might need it sundy.....but not for what yuh tink! 

no, it is a pre-emptive strike for the possible/inevitable, taking the sting out of it, like looking away before the doctor jabs that needle or just before the train wrecks
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: doublet750 on November 26, 2008, 09:20:54 AM
na breds..look for your arsenalo team to looktowards our game as the SEASON TURNER/DEFINER...fabregas go try to rally up the youths as the new skippe with the belief that if they can get it done against us then they still are in it and that alone sound like a speech that you would hear in a action movie before the brave battle.

QUESTION IS WHICH BATTLE IS IT ???will it be one where Arsenal wins or one like Sparta or Troy where once you essentially lose your team goes to ruins

Chelsea on teh da though 2-0 (IF so little)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on November 26, 2008, 10:20:13 AM
actually IF we beat you it benifits Liverpool (if they win) and to lesser extents ManU and Villa (if they win) but thats onlygame week 15 with another 23 to go

btw think of it this way, had arsenal beaten birmingham home and away last year we would have been prem champs (not a spilled milk cry a fact) so results against big 4 are not the only determining factor

look how liverpool let thier win over you guys slip with a loss to spurs.

its a mara thon and anything can happen

its why the prem ranks higher than anyother league in terms or entertainment
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on November 26, 2008, 10:41:34 AM
Hopefully Le Arse could take something from the rent boys...i'll be a gooner on sunday..well from 12pm-2pm anyway...any more than that and i'd consider myself gay
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on November 26, 2008, 12:05:46 PM
Hopefully Le Arse could take something from the rent boys...i'll be a gooner on sunday..well from 12pm-2pm anyway...any more than that and i'd consider myself gay

careful what you wish for, all that talk of rent boys an almost gay probably has you cold sweating
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on November 26, 2008, 12:35:12 PM
...any more than that and i'd consider myself gay

u better watch u self yes, dem chelpea men like dat kinda talk.

anyhow, go arsenal!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on November 26, 2008, 12:48:17 PM
who wouldve thought of the day you see die-hard ManUre fans rooting for Arsenal.
Regardless of the opposition.

... and allyuh talking about men gay. LOUD STEUPS!!!!

Whenever ManUre playing Liverpool, I does pray for men to jump-kick, hadoken, yoga-flame and sonic boom the sh!t out of one another so everybody could get send off.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on November 26, 2008, 02:04:06 PM
http://livefooty.doctor-serv.com/wed26.11/Bordeaux_Chelsea.html (http://livefooty.doctor-serv.com/wed26.11/Bordeaux_Chelsea.html)

0-0 (18 mins)

The more I see of Mikel these days, the more I miss Essien.

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 26, 2008, 02:13:48 PM
We getting kicked all over the park.  :-\
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on November 26, 2008, 02:17:07 PM
3 yellows  


This ref needs to get off his knees.
He's blowing the game.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 26, 2008, 02:23:38 PM
who wouldve thought of the day you see die-hard ManUre fans rooting for Arsenal.
Regardless of the opposition.


... and allyuh talking about men gay. LOUD STEUPS!!!!

Whenever ManUre playing Liverpool, I does pray for men to jump-kick, hadoken, yoga-flame and sonic boom the sh!t out of one another so everybody could get send off.

They does only talk affiliation they don't really understand, is ah set ah talkers. Men typing in English slang and thing and now want to support Arsenal to beat Chelsea.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: capodetutticapi on November 26, 2008, 02:49:31 PM
nil nil at de half.like allyuh ketchin allyuh ass against de frenchies.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 26, 2008, 03:18:24 PM
1-0 Chelsea Anelka


We just biding we time, we don't get scared to easily, like other supporters and their team.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 26, 2008, 03:24:59 PM
1-1 Diawara
Sweet goal.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 26, 2008, 03:27:49 PM
Red Card Lampard
5 minutes to play
1-1
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 26, 2008, 03:35:53 PM
Chelsea does play the fool boy whey sah. That was shyte we play, fadda.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bakes on November 26, 2008, 03:38:12 PM
Lucky win by Chelsea.... classy finish by Anelka.

Second yellow on Lampard was undeserved... barely a foul, but sold well by the defender.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on November 26, 2008, 03:43:13 PM
Anelka does make thing look real easy yes.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on November 26, 2008, 03:48:11 PM
barely a foul, but sold well by the defender.

France eh too far from Portugal.

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on November 26, 2008, 08:22:43 PM
hmmm, so if Cluj hold allyuh to a draw again, and bordeux beat Roma........... ::) allyuh nervous as yet :D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on November 26, 2008, 09:22:31 PM
Cluj will attempt to hold us back at Stamford Bridge.
That will be an epic fail.
Goals will rain down on them.

Bordeaux has to travel to Roma .... there is no way they will get any homeside advantages that they got today. Roma will easily dispatch of them.

Chelsea and Roma to the second round. No fuss.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on November 27, 2008, 02:45:16 AM
Lucky win by Chelsea.... classy finish by Anelka.

Second yellow on Lampard was undeserved... barely a foul, but sold well by the defender.

check d final scores again, lol
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 27, 2008, 02:59:29 AM
Hopefully Le Arse could take something from the rent boys...i'll be a gooner on sunday..well from 12pm-2pm anyway...any more than that and i'd consider myself gay

   But there's no bigger metro/tri/bisexual fagot in the epl than cronaldo!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: MarylandTrini on November 28, 2008, 04:44:30 PM
So whats the deal with Inter meeting Drogba for dinner somewhere in London? Like Mourinho can't do things the right way? .. first Ashley Cole, now Drogs. If you want a player under contract, talk to the club. Inter do the same thing with Hleb when Arsenal went to play AC Milan.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: MarylandTrini on November 28, 2008, 04:46:12 PM
Hopefully Le Arse could take something from the rent boys...i'll be a gooner on sunday..well from 12pm-2pm anyway...any more than that and i'd consider myself gay

   But there's no bigger metro/tri/bisexual fagot in the epl than cronaldo!!

Just because the man like to have sex in the same swimming pool and room with Nani and Anderson?  :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 09, 2008, 03:32:41 PM
Didier Drogba is the man, steps onto the field and make it look easy.

We play real shyte though. Cech needs to wake up soon.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 09, 2008, 07:05:03 PM
Didier Drogba is the man, steps onto the field and make it look easy.

We play real shyte though. Cech needs to wake up soon.

    Everything on that goal was perfect, starting with the chip from John Mikel Obi (sweet!) to Joe Cole to Joe Cole's pass to Drogba's cool collection and finish.  I agree that we played shyte today, but I eh understand what yuh mean about Cech, though.  I eh fine he do nutting wrong today.   
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 09, 2008, 10:31:42 PM
Didier Drogba is the man, steps onto the field and make it look easy.

We play real shyte though. Cech needs to wake up soon.

    Everything on that goal was perfect, starting with the chip from John Mikel Obi (sweet!) to Joe Cole to Joe Cole's pass to Drogba's cool collection and finish.  I agree that we played shyte today, but I eh understand what yuh mean about Cech, though.  I eh fine he do nutting wrong today.   

I find he a little complacent in the goal. He to comfortable I find. The goal against was great, but he could have made a better effort.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 10, 2008, 11:11:53 AM
Didier Drogba is the man, steps onto the field and make it look easy.

We play real shyte though. Cech needs to wake up soon.

    Everything on that goal was perfect, starting with the chip from John Mikel Obi (sweet!) to Joe Cole to Joe Cole's pass to Drogba's cool collection and finish.  I agree that we played shyte today, but I eh understand what yuh mean about Cech, though.  I eh fine he do nutting wrong today.   

I find he a little complacent in the goal. He to comfortable I find. The goal against was great, but he could have made a better effort.


 :rotfl: Elan!!  Allyuh men WICKED, boy!   :rotfl:  What better effort yuh wanted, jed? De man dive fuh de ball but probably realize he wasn't going to get it and shifted his body to make a proper landing man.  That header practically rifle into the corner of the net.  No 'keeper was gettin' dat ball, man.   Yuh fussin' wit de doubles man fuh shortin' yuh one chick pea in yuh doubles on dah one.
   As far as his being too comfortable in goal, ah cyah tell yuh how to feel 'bout dat, nor am I sure if you talkin' 'bout his playing style or his personality. I find he is as composed as he need to be and he gets fired up  and scream at his defenders when he feel he have to.  His personality is his personality, and not every 'keeper does be like Lehman, Kahn, Zenga or Grobelaar.  He does a great job still.  But, respek still.  :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 22, 2008, 04:00:21 PM
Cech showed why he is the best GK in the EPL. With 10 men not a bad result still undefeated. On to next weekend.  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on December 22, 2008, 06:28:20 PM
Cech showed why he is the best GK in the EPL. With 10 men not a bad result still undefeated. On to next weekend.  ;D

steups, when u moving happy happy for yuh draw how yuh expect we to pong allyuh?

 >:(

them "lesser" sides real holding their own now boy. No 3 points guaranteed for the big 2 again. Buh doh study it, we coming back from the WC with a vengeance.  :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 22, 2008, 06:56:56 PM
Cech showed why he is the best GK in the EPL. With 10 men not a bad result still undefeated. On to next weekend.  ;D

steups, when u moving happy happy for yuh draw how yuh expect we to pong allyuh?

 >:(

them "lesser" sides real holding their own now boy. No 3 points guaranteed for the big 2 again. Buh doh study it, we coming back from the WC with a vengeance.  :devil:

I just writing how Man United fans does write when they draw against teams in the bottom 6. I does always pong Chelsea.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on December 22, 2008, 07:02:11 PM
my side kinda worrying me lately...

ok so they playing a brand that is much easier on the eye, but i noticing a lack of killer instinct... Is like we get a waft of Arsenal's pungent odor..

before, when they went a goal down you knew for sure that they would hit back. Home games was guaranteed points.. Now, real points getting shave off at stamford bridge, and when they under pressure they not forcing a response... I eh seeing de steel!

hopefully they could set things straight and soon.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 28, 2008, 01:00:59 PM
Alright we really playing the fool now. If we win this league all them other team is real shyte. Imagine we playing all this mess and we still second. Where the champions of the world?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: JDB on January 10, 2009, 08:13:07 AM
I need to find the post from years ago when all Abramovich showe dup and I said it could never last. Abramovich would have tobe the biggest fool to keep sinking money into Chelsea and Chelsea are just not big enough to make the income to compete with the big European clubs.

Now the pursestrings tightening. I see Bridge gone, they better hope Ashley Cole don't get injured otherwise it is Ferreira (A 16M pound waster fighting up at left-back)


Has the Chelsea dream gone sour for absent Abramovich? (http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/blog/2009/jan/10/chelsea-roman-abramovich-premier-league)

Where once he was passionate, the owner seems struck by ennui at the club's questionable progress

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Roman Abramovich at the opening of Chelsea's new Cobham training facilities in 2007, but the Russian's big spending habits look to be over. Photograph: Ian Walton/Getty Images

At Chelsea even frugality costs the earth. Roman Abramovich was some £600m out of pocket before it became indisputable that he would insist on the club living within its means. The owner is not expected to attend the match at Manchester United tomorrow and some suppose he would absent himself entirely from the Premier League scene if there was anyone around still capable of making an attractive bid for Chelsea. This is an Abramovich subdued by experience.

The Russian was once so much a serial attender of games that he might have passed for a groundhopper. Nowadays he keeps his distance. The manager Luiz Felipe Scolari is adamant that Abramovich is "still committed" but it is not an opinion built on prolonged acquaintance with the proprietor since his summer arrival.

"Until now I have only spoken with Roman three or four times," he said, "I think this is normal. I don't know what Roman is thinking about the club, and I don't ask." Scolari also remarked that his post-match duties with the media allow him scant time to chew the fat with Abramovich. "For me," he said, "it makes no difference."

It is not, in truth, any kind of crisis. The club will be an attractive asset whenever the economy next has an irrational upsurge. Abramovich, in addition, has had a break-even target of 2010 and, with turnover leaping by 25% to £190m in the most recent accounts, the business is far from moribund.

Back in 2003, however, he was not dispassionate. The price for buying Chelsea, including the debt he inherited, was £140m. He was far from subdued by that, yet the excitement was his outdoing. Abramovich is not the first new owner to embark proudly on a spree, but the scale of it continues to look dumbfounding. His time at Chelsea has been conducted in the wrong order. Rather than reaching a great conclusion after prudent beginnings, he has followed the reverse course. Sanity has come belatedly to a man who looks faintly chastened.

Football histories will always record the epic fiascos. Juan Sebastian Veron, whose value had dropped by a half in two years at Manchester United, was bought by Chelsea, where he became all but worthless within a couple of years? That was the epitome of folly, but it also tends to divert attention from the persistent illogicality of even routine transactions.

Chelsea, with Wayne Bridge on the books, had no need for another international left-back, but they still bought Asier del Horno from Athletic Bilbao for £8m in 2005. When he was offloaded a year later his price had dropped by 40%, but it felt petty to ponder such matters. The club did not have profit in mind then and it was a landmark for Abramovich's Chelsea this week when the maximum value was realised on Bridge, sold for £12m to Manchester City. The mantle of exorbitance had also changed hands.

City are actually lagging slightly behind Abramovich, although that could be corrected at any moment. He had no sooner arrived than £100m had left the coffers as Chelsea bought Veron, Bridge, Adrian Mutu, Claude Makelele, Damien Duff, Joe Cole, Geremi and Hernan Crespo. The club was hell-bent on glory and if there were trophies to count then the cost could be reckoned later.

This worked in a histrionic fashion once Jose Mourinho was the manager. There were consecutive Premier League titles, but the Portuguese was also a turbulent employee. The definitive breach came not with a hapless defeat, but following a drab draw with Rosenborg that was no impediment to Chelsea's advance in the Champions League.

So boisterous and truculent an employee is only tolerated so long as he succeeds. Pat Nevin, the Chelsea winger of the 1980s, points out that efforts had already been made to curb Mourinho. Avram Grant, who would replace Mourinho as manager, had been named director of football three months before Rosenborg . The Portuguese was also unhappy to have Frank Arnesen encroaching on his territory when the latter was prised away from Tottenham to become Chelsea's director of youth development.

"They tried to wrest some power back from Mourinho," Nevin says of the Stamford Bridge hierarchy. He knows, too, that Chelsea did not have to fear confrontation when they appointed Scolari last summer. "He would be mad to do that," say Nevin. "What happened to the last guy that did it? If someone is seen as a dominant person then once he is gone the club will say that they still want a big character, but with a smaller power base. That's normal and it happens at other clubs."

Financially and emotionally, Abramovich would like to regularise Chelsea's affairs. He himself has literally distanced himself as typified by tomorrow's match. The seething conjecture about which person had been the motivating force behind any specific transfer is over. Whatever else is said, Scolari must have been at ease with the summer signings of Deco and Jose Bosingwa. They were respectively members of the full national team and the Under-21 side when he was manager of Portugal.

The trouble with the influx of common sense at Stamford Bridge is that it does not hold out a convincing promise of success. Scolari underlined the limitations recently when he noted that the then-injured Florent Malouda was the only left-sided player he had for the left flank. He was too shrewd to agree yesterday when asked if Manchester United had a better balanced squad, but said, "They choose their players very well and have a good balance, yes."

It was up to his audience to decide whether a contrast was being made. Only a blinkered diehard, though, would profess himself overjoyed by the options when, for instance, the candidates for the forward line comprise Nicolas Anelka and the sometimes truculent Didier Drogba. Such subjects surely add to Abramovich's consternation. After all the sums expended, it was bemusing to find the midfielder Michael Essien at right-back in the Moscow loss to Manchester United last year.

If Abramovich, in his exasperated moments, despairs of shaping Chelsea satisfactorily, the desire to step back is comprehensible. It is presumed, as well, that he has been hurt by the financial crisis, although the recent estimate of his reduced wealth at £7bn did not inspire outpourings of pity. The main question in his mind must have concern the sense of making further investments in the club when the return, in terms of trophies, has disappeared since 2007.

Alternative strategies have run aground. Youth development, unpredictable at any time, has disappointed at Chelsea. Tom Taiwo, for instance, was one of two youngsters who cost the club £5m in compensation after they had been taken from Leeds United in 2005. This season the midfielder spent a month with Port Vale, who then chose not to extend the loan period.

Chelsea can still perform well and could do so again tomorrow at Old Trafford, but there is nothing relentless about them any more. The Scolari system, where the full-backs alone offer real width, is no longer a surprise to opponents . "I enjoy Scolari's system more than Mourinho's by quite a distance," said Nevin, "but whether it is going to be more productive or successful is seriously open to question."

Nevin sees the difficulty in Chelsea's change of gear. "They wanted to build a world club and a world brand," he said. There's only one way of doing that and that's through success. But if you then ask for a period of normality as well then those two things are mutually exclusive."

The signing of Robinho would have given Chelsea the extra source of speed and flair that is absent from the flanks, but it is understandable that Abramovich would not enter an auction with Manchester City. At the moment circumspection is the key. When the Stamford Bridge club does return to the transfer market, potential sellers will at last believe that there are clear limits to the fee that can be set. Chelsea will no longer pay any price.

Abramovich is putting Chelsea on to a rational footing, but it cannot inspire him or revive the passion that was once so obvious in him. He has a club that is inching towards stability and, conceivably, sellability, but it cannot bring him the joy he once felt when the team was dominant and overjoyed fans sang the Russian song Kalinka in his honour
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Daft Trini on January 14, 2009, 09:11:15 AM
Why was Avram Grant replaced with that idiot Scholari....? Why?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on January 14, 2009, 09:40:07 AM
Why was Avram Grant Jose Mourinho replaced with that idiot Scholari Avram Grant....? Why?

  Ah fix it fuh yuh!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: JDB on January 14, 2009, 09:48:43 AM
Grant is a real bobolee yes.

He didn't get any credit for taking "Mourinho's team" to a CL final last year but he getting blamed for this Chelsea team.

Anyway I just see that Drogba get dropped for today's game and Scolari say that he gave Drogba a chance but he going with Anelka from here on.



Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: JDB on January 14, 2009, 09:53:25 AM
but allyuh at least have to see the difference here...

A big club prises Real Madrid's best players (Robinho) away from them and makes them struggle to keep hold.

A feeder club struggles to keep their best players (Ronaldo) from being prised away by Real Madrid.

 ;)

I was just going through the thread and saw this.

Funny how quick things change. No Robinho for Chelsea and Ronaldo still at United.

Hmmmn
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on January 14, 2009, 09:57:14 AM
Grant is a real bobolee yes.

He didn't get any credit for taking "Mourinho's team" to a CL final last year but he getting blamed for this Chelsea team.

Anyway I just see that Drogba get dropped for today's game and Scolari say that he gave Drogba a chance but he going with Anelka from here on.





  How is he getting blamed for this Chelsea team, JDB? 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on January 14, 2009, 10:24:12 AM
but allyuh at least have to see the difference here...

A big club prises Real Madrid's best players (Robinho) away from them and makes them struggle to keep hold.

A feeder club struggles to keep their best players (Ronaldo) from being prised away by Real Madrid.

 ;)

I was just going through the thread and saw this.

Funny how quick things change. No Robinho for Chelsea and Ronaldo still at United.

Hmmmn

lol.. outside with that nuh man.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: JDB on January 14, 2009, 10:25:04 AM
Well maybe I read yuh wrong but the original question was a valid one. Grant had the team running better than Scolari.

He also did better in his year there than Mourinho did in the previous year so I don't see how the Mourinho question still coming up.

Anyway the Chelsea problem is bigger than who the manager is. The people running the club at the top make poor football decisions
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: JDB on January 14, 2009, 10:26:20 AM
but allyuh at least have to see the difference here...

A big club prises Real Madrid's best players (Robinho) away from them and makes them struggle to keep hold.

A feeder club struggles to keep their best players (Ronaldo) from being prised away by Real Madrid.

 ;)

I was just going through the thread and saw this.

Funny how quick things change. No Robinho for Chelsea and Ronaldo still at United.

Hmmmn

lol.. outside with that nuh man.

I twisting the knife this week. No mercy for allyuh Chelsea 4kars.

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on January 14, 2009, 10:42:56 AM
Well maybe I read yuh wrong but the original question was a valid one. Grant had the team running better than Scolari.

He also did better in his year there than Mourinho did in the previous year so I don't see how the Mourinho question still coming up.

Anyway the Chelsea problem is bigger than who the manager is. The people running the club at the top make poor football decisions

Chelsea problem is they trying to play too much like that forkin shit side Arsenal.. A setta pretty small touch but no end product, no steel, no lion belly..

It seems like the winning mentality is being eroded gradually and we lacking the focus and the ability to withstand pressure in fixtures. Also, from the murmurings, it seems like the intensity in training and attention to detail is way below what it was in previous campaigns.. All this has to be laid directly at the feet of the manager..

From appearances it seems to me that Scolari is being too much of a nice guy and being too influencable which is as much a shock to me as his command of the English language. I see he talking after the Man Utd game about changing the set piece marking from man to zone and changing this and that like he panicking.. Come nuh man, we half way through the season, them things need to be ironed out by now. Now is not the time to be experimenting when you supposed to be taking the car into 4th gear.

Scolari need to rein in the ship and lay down the law and fast. I actually like the Drogba decision today because he not showing the heart for the battle. Is a decision like this that need to come about to let the dressing room know that no one is untouchable.

Hopefully the Man Utd loss will wake them up and let them know what time it is.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on January 14, 2009, 10:56:16 AM
Well maybe I read yuh wrong but the original question was a valid one. Grant had the team running better than Scolari.

He also did better in his year there than Mourinho did in the previous year so I don't see how the Mourinho question still coming up.

Anyway the Chelsea problem is bigger than who the manager is. The people running the club at the top make poor football decisions

    I think you did read me wrong, only because I left my "correction" without comment.  Ah chookin' fire, like you.  It is my contention that the Chelsea higher-ups (a fraternity that Grant was a member of, and was as equally responsible for Jose's expulsion, IMHO) are responsible for what has been happening to the team the past two seasons.  Jose came in and injected a winning mentality in the team and all the Chelsea fans were happy.  Sure he didn't take them to a CL final/title in his first two years as head coach, but only the greediest and most impatient of fans would gripe about that.  I ain't one of them fans who feel their team has to win everything all at once (unless is Brazil we talkin' 'bout) and I was willing to give Jose some time and even let him go through a dry spell or two to win it all.  Yes, Grant took "Mourinho's men" to the final and that is undeniable.  He did.  Don't think he was right for the team in the long run, I could have been wrong.  I really thought that, with all his experience, Big Phil would have been a great replacement, for Grant and maybe even for Jose.....seems I'm definitely wrong on that one so far.  Bottom line is, Abramovic/AbramoGrant should have left well enough alone and let Mourinho do his thing.......even if it meant a "losing" season or two.  ..............hence my fixin' Forever Trini's question.  :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on January 14, 2009, 12:43:58 PM
Well maybe I read yuh wrong but the original question was a valid one. Grant had the team running better than Scolari.

He also did better in his year there than Mourinho did in the previous year so I don't see how the Mourinho question still coming up.

Anyway the Chelsea problem is bigger than who the manager is. The people running the club at the top make poor football decisions

Chelsea problem is they trying to play too much like that forkin shit side Arsenal.. A setta pretty small touch but no end product, no steel, no lion belly..

It seems like the winning mentality is being eroded gradually and we lacking the focus and the ability to withstand pressure in fixtures. Also, from the murmurings, it seems like the intensity in training and attention to detail is way below what it was in previous campaigns.. All this has to be laid directly at the feet of the manager..

From appearances it seems to me that Scolari is being too much of a nice guy and being too influencable which is as much a shock to me as his command of the English language. I see he talking after the Man Utd game about changing the set piece marking from man to zone and changing this and that like he panicking.. Come nuh man, we half way through the season, them things need to be ironed out by now. Now is not the time to be experimenting when you supposed to be taking the car into 4th gear.

Scolari need to rein in the ship and lay down the law and fast. I actually like the Drogba decision today because he not showing the heart for the battle. Is a decision like this that need to come about to let the dressing room know that no one is untouchable.

Hopefully the Man Utd loss will wake them up and let them know what time it is.


Chelski's problem is they have no speed, no wingers, one forward and one plan.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: 2cents on January 14, 2009, 02:28:22 PM
Southend score  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on January 14, 2009, 02:33:16 PM
steups...

down 1-0 to Southend, another goal from a set piece!  >:(
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: JDB on January 14, 2009, 02:35:15 PM
steups...

down 1-0 to Southend, another goal from a set piece!  >:(

Zonal marking is a bitch.

Chelsea will probably win this game but it real funny to see them fight up like this.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: capodetutticapi on January 14, 2009, 02:41:57 PM
chelsea still eh get over de raping by manchester. ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on January 14, 2009, 02:54:16 PM
Ah feel Ballack does wear ah mask when he dos cash his paycheck!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on January 14, 2009, 02:55:59 PM
What a chance for Southend to double their lead! Anthony Grant darts down the right and whips in a fine cross, which Alex Revell heads straight at Cech from close-range, who makes a smart point-blank stop!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: 2cents on January 14, 2009, 02:56:35 PM
I agree with d coach...some men not givin 100% for whateva reason. Men like Bosingwa and Deco not lookin anything like d beginnin of d season

Ballack goal right on d half
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: capodetutticapi on January 14, 2009, 02:57:29 PM
shit.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on January 14, 2009, 03:06:19 PM
steups...

down 1-0 to Southend, another goal from a set piece!  >:(

Zonal marking is a bitch.

Chelsea will probably win this game but it real funny to see them fight up like this.

I now understand how Baecelona feel in that CL game last year.

I feel it have men want Scolari fired....is real shyte going on. But we play rel football in the last 5.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on January 14, 2009, 03:35:42 PM
Kalou 2-1

Chelsea to good.....even for themselves.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on January 14, 2009, 03:50:25 PM
3-1 now.

Crick crack...

Monkey break he back, like a piece ah pommerac.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on January 14, 2009, 03:51:30 PM
The ref just give ah offside that would have been 4-1 and is not ah offside.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on January 14, 2009, 04:03:22 PM
What a combo for the 4th...easy as pie on the finish for Frank.

Chelsea 4 - Southend 1
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on January 14, 2009, 06:40:50 PM
The ref just give ah offside that would have been 4-1 and is not ah offside.

oho....same thing happen on sunday boy in that game that Man Utd Play against some shit team............

 :devil: :devil: :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kicker on January 17, 2009, 11:02:02 AM
Amazing character shown by Chelsea in their comeback win against Stoke 2-1

I think this win may have saved Scolari his job (though I don't agree it shoulda been questioned).

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on January 17, 2009, 11:02:36 AM
ah know allyuh haters was clearing allyuh throat, but the fat lady get lock out of stamford bridge. :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on January 17, 2009, 11:05:44 AM
what a finish!!!

That Miroslav S. kid have pace for days!!


could this be the end of Drogba?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Daft Trini on January 17, 2009, 11:08:55 AM
ah know allyuh haters was clearing allyuh throat, but the fat lady get lock out of stamford bridge. :devil:

Dat was ah finish  ;D

Release she for the liverfool game nah  :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on January 17, 2009, 11:11:23 AM
Amazing character shown by Chelsea in their comeback win against Stoke 2-1

I think this win may have saved Scolari his job (though I don't agree it shoulda been questioned).



   I didn't think they had it in them.  I thought for sure this was a 3-point setback.  Ashley Cole and Alex did a terrible job of defending on that goal they conceded and every ball put in Stoke 18 was being fought for/played/won by a Stoke player only! Defending to their death, if necessary. No creativity in attacking midfield (ah STILL waiting fuh Chelsea to be smart and let Mikel handle some of that responsibility!) and poor finishing up front. And Big Phil start making the "questionable" substitutions that worked out just fine in the end!  I always find Lampard is an overrated player, but he has an intangible and unquestionable value to this team.  One point wasn't going to be enough today, so, my hat's off to him.  
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on January 17, 2009, 11:18:13 AM
what a finish!!!

That Miroslav S. kid have pace for days!!


could this be the end of Drogba?

   Drogba trying to be like T.O., and wants all the attention, wants to be a drama queen.  That's fine, but he has to be like T.O. all the way and go out and be the best player on the field in his position and leave every possible effort to win the game for your team on the field.  All this BS he want to play, pouting and preening on the sidelines and  in the media.....Big Phil has every right to bench exclude him. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on January 17, 2009, 11:18:25 AM
(ah STILL waiting fuh Chelsea to be smart and let Mikel handle some of that responsibility!)

I hoping for Essien to come back, so that we don't need to rely on Mikel just yet.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on January 17, 2009, 11:20:57 AM
(ah STILL waiting fuh Chelsea to be smart and let Mikel handle some of that responsibility!)

I hoping for Essien to come back, so that we don't need to rely on Mikel just yet.

Essien still not going to provide that creativity, but he will provide drive and steel that has been missing..

Deco and Ballack need to start earning their salaries and Chelsea need to get flexible enough to change the game plan to grind out results with some long ball when teams frustrate the 'joga bonita'.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on January 17, 2009, 11:21:04 AM
what a finish!!!

That Miroslav S. kid have pace for days!!


could this be the end of Drogba?

   Drogba trying to be like T.O., and wants all the attention, wants to be a drama queen.  That's fine, but he has to be like T.O. all the way and go out and be the best player on the field in his position and leave every possible effort to win the game for your team on the field.  All this BS he want to play, pouting and preening on the sidelines and  in the media.....Big Phil has every right to bench exclude him. 


LOL!! That allegory couldn't be more appropriate .... you talking to a big EAGLES fan.
At least Drogba ain't start crying about his QB, or doing pushups in his driveway.

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on January 17, 2009, 11:29:17 AM
(ah STILL waiting fuh Chelsea to be smart and let Mikel handle some of that responsibility!)

I hoping for Essien to come back, so that we don't need to rely on Mikel just yet.

Essien still not going to provide that creativity, but he will provide drive and steel that has been missing..

Deco and Ballack need to start earning their salaries and Chelsea need to get flexible enough to change the game plan to grind out results with some long ball when teams frustrate the 'joga bonita'.

I believe the form that we saw at the beginning of the season wasn't a fluke. It was a confident, inspired team that was executing.
You are right, Essien brings back drive and steel ... but I believe that to be in a very literal sense. The strength and control in his bursts down the middle opens up the play for Deco's deft passes and flicks, and Ballack's technical abilities ... and his strength at the back also gives authority to Cole and Boswinga to patrol the flanks and overlap without much concern at the back.

I believe Mikel can be better utilised off the bench, entering the game in the early second half to sure up the midfield.

For Chelsea to be in this position with J. Cole, Terry or Essien is not that bad as it currently seems. The season is long from over, and at least it seems that will be a three horse race at least.
Even Villa with their flukey win today is keeping pace.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on January 17, 2009, 11:33:18 AM
(ah STILL waiting fuh Chelsea to be smart and let Mikel handle some of that responsibility!)

I hoping for Essien to come back, so that we don't need to rely on Mikel just yet.

Essien still not going to provide that creativity, but he will provide drive and steel that has been missing..

Deco and Ballack need to start earning their salaries and Chelsea need to get flexible enough to change the game plan to grind out results with some long ball when teams frustrate the 'joga bonita'.

     Trust when I tell you, acb, Mikel can be a very, very creative midfielder and can do a whole lot more for Chelsea than they seem to typecasting him to do.  Omar is right about Essien.  He is supposed to be a steel sword that can be brandished from defence to midfield, something that Ballack is supposed to be a bit of himself, but he chooses to just be a lazy, laid-back kinda bully on the field.  I am guessing that the physical nature of the epl is what might have Deco not playing at HIS best, combined with the fact that Chelsea is also a little too methodical for his style of play to be as effective as it can be.    
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on January 17, 2009, 12:19:54 PM
two claps fuh that come back

seems thats how chelsea remeber they playing football and start acting liek some of the highest paid and valued players
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on January 17, 2009, 01:38:24 PM
Cole out for rest of the season  


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LONDON (AFP)

Chelsea winger Joe Cole will miss the rest of the season after surgery on a ruptured cruciate knee ligament on Saturday.

Cole suffered the injury in Wednesday's FA Cup third round replay win at Southend and was initially expected to be out for at least eight weeks.

But the England star underwent reconstructive surgery on Saturday and has no chance of recovering before the end of the season.

Cole's absence is another blow for Blues boss Luiz Felipe Scolari, whose squad has been ravaged by injury problems this season.

"I am very sad for Joe to have suffered this injury and I am disappointed to have lost a very important player for me and the club at such a vital moment in the competition," Scolari told Chelsea's website.

"However, I believe that with his spirit, Joe will come back to Chelsea even better than before."

Cole's injury also rules him out of England's friendlies against Spain and Slovakia, as well as their World Cup qualifier against Ukraine at Wembley in April and the June qualifiers with Kazakhstan and Andorra.

Chelsea and England captain John Terry added: "We're all behind Coley to get fit as soon as possible. He's going to be a big miss for us and I keep on saying he's the one who really opens things up in tight moments.

"He did it again on Wednesday against Southend. What a pass he produced for Salomon Kalou's goal.

"We're all gutted for him and we know how much it means to him to be playing.

"No-one will be more hurt at missing games through injury. But one thing we all know is that he'll work just as hard off the pitch to get fit as he does on it."
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kicker on January 17, 2009, 02:26:18 PM

Essien still not going to provide that creativity, but he will provide drive and steel that has been missing..

Deco and Ballack need to start earning their salaries and Chelsea need to get flexible enough to change the game plan to grind out results with some long ball when teams frustrate the 'joga bonita'.

Ballack is bust...He needs to hang it up.

I think Deco has played well- he's the only Chelsea player who has has eyes all around his head, and his passes have been sublime on occasion.  When he limped off hurt against Man U, the difference in Chelsea's play was so notable.  It was notable again today.  A creative midfielder is only as dynamic as the forwards making the runs in front of him- and that is where I think it breaks down.  Anelka, while he has hit the net a bunch this season hasn't really looked that sharp, and well we all know the story with DD.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on January 17, 2009, 04:27:33 PM
Amazing character shown by Chelsea in their comeback win against Stoke 2-1

I think this win may have saved Scolari his job (though I don't agree it shoulda been questioned).



   I didn't think they had it in them.  I thought for sure this was a 3-point setback.  Ashley Cole and Alex did a terrible job of defending on that goal they conceded and every ball put in Stoke 18 was being fought for/played/won by a Stoke player only! Defending to their death, if necessary. No creativity in attacking midfield (ah STILL waiting fuh Chelsea to be smart and let Mikel handle some of that responsibility!) and poor finishing up front. And Big Phil start making the "questionable" substitutions that worked out just fine in the end!  I always find Lampard is an overrated player, but he has an intangible and unquestionable value to this team.  One point wasn't going to be enough today, so, my hat's off to him.  


Congrats dey Chow, yuh still have a team tuh folow in they EPl this season. Ah beggin yuh not tuh give up on dem, dey need all the support dey can get.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on January 17, 2009, 10:55:35 PM
Amazing character shown by Chelsea in their comeback win against Stoke 2-1

I think this win may have saved Scolari his job (though I don't agree it shoulda been questioned).



   I didn't think they had it in them.  I thought for sure this was a 3-point setback.  Ashley Cole and Alex did a terrible job of defending on that goal they conceded and every ball put in Stoke 18 was being fought for/played/won by a Stoke player only! Defending to their death, if necessary. No creativity in attacking midfield (ah STILL waiting fuh Chelsea to be smart and let Mikel handle some of that responsibility!) and poor finishing up front. And Big Phil start making the "questionable" substitutions that worked out just fine in the end!  I always find Lampard is an overrated player, but he has an intangible and unquestionable value to this team.  One point wasn't going to be enough today, so, my hat's off to him.  


Congrats dey Chow, yuh still have a team tuh folow in they EPl this season. Ah beggin yuh not tuh give up on dem, dey need all the support dey can get.

Watch Scolari unleash this team in the home stretch. If you think the start of the season was great, watch the ending
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bakes on January 18, 2009, 12:58:52 AM
Amazing character shown by Chelsea in their comeback win against Stoke 2-1

I think this win may have saved Scolari his job (though I don't agree it shoulda been questioned).



Well-fought, well-deserved victory... I was ready to celebrate.

Hard luck Joe Cole... Chelsea's most consistent player.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kev on January 18, 2009, 03:08:53 AM
news?

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/sport/football/premier_league/chelsea/article5537222.ece

From The Sunday Times
January 18, 2009
Abramovich wants to sell Chelsea

John Waples, Business Editor

ROMAN Abramovich, the Russian billionaire, has been taking soundings over selling Chelsea football club to Gulf Arabs.

Representatives of the oligarch have travelled to Saudi Arabia and Dubai to elicit interest in the club, Gulf sources have told The Sunday Times.

At least one of the meetings was with members of the Saudi royal family. There has been no evidence so far of a potential buyer.

The Middle East has become the cash cow for British football teams. Sheikh Mansour of Abu Dhabi, the owner of Manchester City, hopes to sign the Brazilian star Kaka from AC Milan in a deal that could cost up to £243m in payments and salary.
Drogba’s omission fuels the feud with Scolari

Ivory Coast striker left out of squad to face Stoke despite being fully fit as Chelsea manager makes his point

One source said: “Abramovich’s team have been out in the Middle East sounding out what interest there is in buying the club.” Chelsea insisted last night that Abramovich was still fully committed to the club on which he has lavished hundreds of millions of pounds. A Chelsea spokesman said it was “total nonsense” that the Russian was willing to sell the club.

He bought Chelsea for about £60m in 2003, taking over £80m in debts, and has since provided at least £500m in loans to buy new players. Sources say that if Abramovich can recoup his money, he might now be ready to sell after five years in which he turned Chelsea into a Champions League side that has twice won the English Premier League.

Chelsea reached their first Champions League final last season and Abramovich watched as they were beaten in a penalty shoot-out by Manchester United in Moscow in May. He was absent from last weekend’s 3-0 defeat by United, which many feel will pave the way for Chelsea’s rivals to win the Premier League for a third successive year.

Yesterday he left his seat at Stamford Bridge with 15 minutes of the game remaining with Chelsea losing 1-0 at home to lowly Stoke. It took two late goals to secure victory.

City sources believe it would cost at least £800m to buy out Abramovich when the “going rate” for a Champions League side is about £500m. Mansour was able to snap up Manchester City for about £200m.

Abramovich’s wealth has fallen sharply in the down-turn. Philip Beresford, who compiles The Sunday Times Rich List, conservatively estimates that Abramovich has lost £3 billion from his £11.7 billion fortune.

City experts question whether he may have a short-term problem with liquidity and needs cash. Some of Chelsea’s superstars are paid £120,000 a week.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: big dawg on January 26, 2009, 06:39:40 AM

Chelsea star charged by police over drink driving

John Mikel Obi has been charged with suspected drink-driving, hours before Chelsea's FA Cup match against Ipswich.

The Nigeria midfielder is in hot water.

The 21-year-old was stopped by police at 5.30am on Saturday, after being seen driving his Range Rover "erratically" near his club's ground in London's Fulham Road.

Later the same day, Chelsea beat Ipswich 3-1 in the fourth round - although Mikel was not part of the squad.

The Nigerian midfielder has since been charged and will appear in court on April 3.

He faces a year's driving ban or a jail term if the offence is deemed exceptionally serious.

http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id=612889&sec=england&cc=3888 (http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id=612889&sec=england&cc=3888)

(http://soccernet-assets.espn.go.com/design05/images/sw/larsbaron.jpg)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: JDB on January 27, 2009, 09:06:17 AM
Chelsea future in doubt as pressure grows on Abramovich finances (http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2009/jan/25/new-doubts-about-finances-of-chelsea-owner)

• Chelsea owner sells £49m worth of shares for £12m
• Suggestions that Abramovich is suffering liquidity problems
Duncan Castles

The Observer (http://observer.guardian.co.uk/), Sunday 25 January 2009
 

(http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Football/Pix/pictures/2009/1/6/1231280543280/Roman-Abramovich-002.jpg)
Roman Abramovich's decision to sell mining shares suggests he might have liquidity problems.


Doubts over Roman Abramovich's financial circumstances have been fuelled by the Chelsea owner's decision to cut his stake in a Russian gold-mining company at a substantial loss. Abramovich has sold a quarter of his 40% stake in London-listed Highland Gold to business partners this month for about £12m. The shares cost Abramovich £49.1m when he bought in 13 months ago.

City experts have expressed surprise that the Russian would sell shares when their price was close to a market low yet expected to recover in the medium term. They argue that the raising of the relatively small sum of £12m suggests that Abramovich may be suffering liquidity problems, with much of his wealth tied up in shares that have fallen sharply in value, property and art.

Abramovich's representatives deny that he has difficulties with liquidity, saying that the transfer of stock to Alexander Abramov and Alexander Frolov was designed to bring the pair's expertise in directing mining companies into Highland Gold. Abramov and Frolov are co-investors in Abramovich's most important stockmarket holding, Evraz, which has suffered a still steeper decline in market value over the past 12 months.

They also insist that a series of cutbacks in Chelsea's expenditure documented by the Observer are unconnected to Abramovich's finances. Instead, they should be seen as a ­business-like response to the recession, as Chelsea attempt to wean themselves off their owner's substantial support by 2010. According to Chelsea's last published accounts for the year to July 2007 the club were running £83.6m in the red. At that point they also owed Abramovich £578m in interest-free loans, repayable on a year-and-a-half's notice.

The club has been sensitive to discussion of Abramovich's finances. In November, the chief scout Frank Arnesen angered the owner by stating in an interview with a Danish newspaper that: "The credit crisis has meant that Roman has hit the financial brakes, and asked us to cut deep. We have cut down significantly on scouts and other activities." Last week, Chelsea issued a libel action against a national newspaper for alleging that Abramovich was seeking a buyer for the club, and that there has been an attempted clampdown on employees ­discussing club affairs with the press.


Luiz Felipe Scolari could have Michael Essien back in time for the second leg of his critical Champions League knockout tie with Juventus.

Essien, whom Scolari regards as so important to his squad he has said "I lost five players when I lost Essien", resumed training outdoors last week as part of his rehabilitation from knee surgery. The versatile Ghana midfielder is expected to return to first-team duty in six-to-eight weeks. If he continues his rapid recovery from the anterior cruciate ligament operation he underwent in September, Essien will be available for Chelsea's game in Italy on 10 March.

Essien has played in every defensive and midfield position during his three- and-a-half seasons at Chelsea. His return will allow Scolari more tactical flexibility, while relieving the weight of playing an entire campaign as holding midfielder from the developing John Obi Mikel.


Inter coach Jose Mourinho has admitted he could yet put in bids for Didier Drogba or Jermaine Jenas before the transfer window shuts. Mourinho's Inter are top of Serie A and, while the former Chelsea boss admits he is happy enough with his current squad, he is keeping tabs on the availability of both Drogba and Jenas.

"Jermaine Jenas and Didier Drogba – these are both players that I like. Drogba is a very special player for me, there is no doubt about it. We had a great relationship at Chelsea and he was an important player for me. Will something happen? I don't know. I like players adapted to my style of play, my philosophy of play. If I know them and have a good feeling from the past, it is better."
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Big Magician on January 27, 2009, 09:38:16 AM
CCCP...ONCE HUGE...NOW GONE
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on January 27, 2009, 10:12:22 AM
allyuh go ahead and speculate that Roman going to sell the club.

papers get sued for them lies last week.
... and allyuh done know the power of the forum.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on January 27, 2009, 10:31:29 AM
allyuh go ahead and speculate that Roman going to sell the club.

papers get sued for them lies last week.
... and allyuh done know the power of the forum.

 :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on January 29, 2009, 01:51:58 PM
http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/29012009/58/premier-league-fa-investigate-kalou-celbration.html (http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/29012009/58/premier-league-fa-investigate-kalou-celbration.html)

Quote
Premier League - FA to investigate Kalou celbration
Eurosport - Thu, 29 Jan 19:29:00 2009

The FA have confirmed they will examine video footage of Chelsea striker Salomon Kalou's 'handcuff' goal celebration against Middlesbrough.

Kalou struck twice, in the 58th and 81st minutes, to lift Chelsea into second place in the Barclays Premier League table and leave Middlesbrough entrenched in the bottom three.

But the striker celebrated both goals by crossing his wrists and was joined in doing so by Ivory Coast team-mate Didier Drogba.

Chelsea swiftly denied there was any political motivation behind Kalou's gesture and insisted he was not showing support for the recently-freed Ivory Coast activist Antoine Assale Tiemoko.

An FA spokesman confirmed: "We are going to look at the relevant footage."

Tiemoko was released from a one-year prison sentence last month after being convicted of 'libelling the prosecutor's office' and being in contempt of court.

He was arrested in December 2007 after the country's daily paper, Le Nouveau Reveil, published his opinion piece on judicial corruption. But Kalou denied he even knows Tiemoko.


"People are always going to think there is something in what you do, but it didn't mean anything," said Kalou.

"I was just happy. I don't even know the guy - it has nothing to do with football. It wasn't for him, I don't know him so I don't know why I should celebrate for him?"


Earlier, a spokesperson for Chelsea said: "Salomon says there was nothing in it. He was just trying out a new celebration and it was a crossing of the arms. He also sometimes puts his hand over his face like a mask."

The FA could decide to ask the player for his reasoning behind the gesture, but with Kalou having already denied it was politically motivated it is unlikely any further action would be taken.

The FA have been quick to clamp down on controversial gestures, with Ipswich's David Norris fined £5,000 last year for making the same gesture in support of former Plymouth team-mate Luke McCormick, who was jailed for seven years and four months after causing the death by dangerous driving of two young brothers.

Everton midfielder Tim Cahill also used a 'handcuff' celebration last March, following his goal against Portsmouth. It was dedicated to his jailed older brother, Sean, who received a six-year sentence for kicking a man during a fight.

FIFA banned players from making any political statements or protests on the pitch in July 2002 after Liverpool stars had worn T-shirts in a show of support for striking dockers.

Kalou's double lifted Chelsea into second in the table and they travel to face third-placed Liverpool on Sunday with the striker convinced that the Reds are in the midst of a rocky patch.

"The Premier League is strong and you can never say it's over," said Kalou. "Every team is going to have bad moments. We have had our bad moment, Liverpool are having theirs now, maybe it will be Manchester United's turn soon.

"We have to be focused, try to win our games and hope the others have their bad moments.

"Liverpool came to Stamford Bridge and ended our record - we have the possibility on Sunday to go there and put the record straight. We know we can do that - I believe in the team.

"People are always saying we don't do well against the big four, but this is the occasion to put things right and get a good result."

TeamTalk / Eurosport
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on February 02, 2009, 01:25:12 PM
1856: Transfer snap: Chelsea have signed Portuguese winger Ricardo Quaresma on loan from Italian giants Inter Milan until the end of the season.    ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on February 02, 2009, 04:12:40 PM
1856: Transfer snap: Chelsea have signed Portuguese winger Ricardo Quaresma on loan from Italian giants Inter Milan until the end of the season.    ;D

Mending fences to get Drogba in the summer. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on February 02, 2009, 04:17:54 PM
Mending fences to get Drogba in the summer. 

... or trying to pawn off Malouda.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on February 02, 2009, 04:22:09 PM
Malouda need to never see action in this side ever, ever again... waste ah break!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on February 02, 2009, 04:57:36 PM
well on paper Quaresma will give width - and he could play either on the left or right.
Should be under control with Scolari & Carvalho.
Would link up well with Deco coming back in.

Could have a Robbenesque impact ... or just go back on loan.

But I agree, time for Malouda to ride out ... especially with that New Jersey guido blowout he was rocking yesterday. He definitely had the tan part down.

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kev on February 06, 2009, 08:08:03 AM
Does this remind you of anybody?

And no its not a photoshop job :devil:



(http://www.warringtonguardian.co.uk/resources/images/791687/?type=display)

story here
http://www.warringtonguardian.co.uk/news/4076812._NHS_is_exploiting_my_life____claims_transsexual/
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on February 06, 2009, 08:21:31 AM
Does this remind you of anybody?

And no its not a photoshop job :devil:



(http://www.warringtonguardian.co.uk/resources/images/791687/?type=display)

story here
http://www.warringtonguardian.co.uk/news/4076812._NHS_is_exploiting_my_life____claims_transsexual/

nah man that cah be real lol  :D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on February 06, 2009, 10:17:21 AM
funny, but looks like Man U fan photoshop retaliation for news that CRonaldo was found sunbathing under the UV lights used to grow grass on the pitch at Old Trafford.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on February 06, 2009, 10:21:38 AM
funny, but looks like Man U fan photoshop retaliation for news that CRonaldo was found sunbathing under the UV lights used to grow grass on the pitch at Old Trafford.

lol...

nah its a real picture...looks exactly like your skipper...the crybaby

VIVA JOHN TERRY
VIVA JOHN TERRY
COULD HAVE WON THE CUP
BUT HE f**kED IT UP
VIVA JOHN TERRY
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on February 06, 2009, 11:51:29 AM
JOAN SHERRY
 :rotfl:

Does this remind you of anybody?

And no its not a photoshop job :devil:



(http://www.warringtonguardian.co.uk/resources/images/791687/?type=display)

story here
http://www.warringtonguardian.co.uk/news/4076812._NHS_is_exploiting_my_life____claims_transsexual/
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: NYtriniwhiteboy.. on February 07, 2009, 09:03:33 AM
Terry now put down a glaring miss from probably two yards out...2mins gone
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on February 07, 2009, 09:07:34 AM
2 yards is a overstatement.

Hull look like they holding about 8 in this game.
pressure.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: samo on February 07, 2009, 09:18:29 AM
For the Chelsea fans... no sound though... or maybe Hull fans

http://thesport-tv.blogspot.com/2009/02/sports-tv-channel-1.html
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on February 07, 2009, 09:19:07 AM
Terry now put down a glaring miss from probably two yards out...2mins gone

Another example of a professional player who can only use one foot!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on February 07, 2009, 09:37:25 AM
oh gyad ... #24 for Hull not making chirren no more.
bullet in he toetee.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on February 07, 2009, 09:46:21 AM
oh gyad ... #24 for Hull not making chirren no more.
bullet in he toetee.

What dos crack me up is how the commentators dos beat around the bush when a man get hit in the stones! Ah waitin for the first commentator to show some balls and actually call it!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on February 07, 2009, 09:47:14 AM
By the way does Quaresma actually know how to cross with his left foot?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on February 07, 2009, 09:50:35 AM
Quaresma play pretty good in the first half.
Shouldve buried that right footer, but good save by the keeper.

Keep Kalou AWAY from the front of the goal. He looking better wide.
Somebody need to make way for Drogba in the 2nd half.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on February 07, 2009, 10:10:35 AM
What the hell Ballack dos do to deserve gettin picked game in and game out?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on February 07, 2009, 10:26:50 AM
hmm close call for chelsea
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: capodetutticapi on February 07, 2009, 10:41:50 AM
look like villa takin 3rd place today from de blues. ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on February 07, 2009, 10:54:31 AM
well done hull........
from the lil piece of game i saw, they had a few chances.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Peong on February 07, 2009, 10:57:58 AM
Chelsea is real mess!
Bring back Avram!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: capodetutticapi on February 07, 2009, 10:59:27 AM
like i always say 1 better than none.good goin hull.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 07, 2009, 11:21:00 AM
The fork's been stuck in us, it's only a matter of time before the knives start slicing.  If this is the uninspired, apathetic football that these men want to play, then they should enjoy another trophy-less season.  Drogba is just ridiculous now, and, as for Ballack?  I doh even know why Chelsea picked up this man.  DieHard, Giggsy, Sammy, Forever Trini.....Small Mag....etc.,etc.,.....should I congratulate allyuh now, or some ah allyuh want to rake meh over de coals 'til de end of May?   
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on February 07, 2009, 11:29:57 AM
The fork's been stuck in us, it's only a matter of time before the knives start slicing.  If this is the uninspired, apathetic football that these men want to play, then they should enjoy another trophy-less season.  Drogba is just ridiculous now, and, as for Ballack?  I doh even know why Chelsea picked up this man.  DieHard, Giggsy, Sammy, Forever Trini.....Small Mag....etc.,etc.,.....should I congratulate allyuh now, or some ah allyuh want to rake meh over de coals 'til de end of May?   


Chow yuh boi Obi Mikel looks like he regressin. What yuh have tuh say?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on February 07, 2009, 11:46:38 AM
Chelsea not looking good nah  ::)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 07, 2009, 12:00:47 PM
The fork's been stuck in us, it's only a matter of time before the knives start slicing.  If this is the uninspired, apathetic football that these men want to play, then they should enjoy another trophy-less season.  Drogba is just ridiculous now, and, as for Ballack?  I doh even know why Chelsea picked up this man.  DieHard, Giggsy, Sammy, Forever Trini.....Small Mag....etc.,etc.,.....should I congratulate allyuh now, or some ah allyuh want to rake meh over de coals 'til de end of May?   


Chow yuh boi Obi Mikel looks like he regressin. What yuh have tuh say?

  I think Chelsea has stunted his growth.  They've pigeonholed him in this "holding midfielder" role and it completely undermines his ability.  He needs to be more of an attacking/creative midfielder and they need to get the hell rid of Ballack!! Let John Obi move up front a little more and drop Ballack Back into the defensive role....until Essien come back......THEN get the hell rid of Ballack.  His Disciplinary record bothers me, too, even though I see that some of the calls made against him has more to do with his reputation than his play.  But he does need to play his physical game a lot smarter.  He's still only 21, though.  Plenty time for relative development.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on February 07, 2009, 12:37:23 PM
The fork's been stuck in us, it's only a matter of time before the knives start slicing.  If this is the uninspired, apathetic football that these men want to play, then they should enjoy another trophy-less season.  Drogba is just ridiculous now, and, as for Ballack?  I doh even know why Chelsea picked up this man.  DieHard, Giggsy, Sammy, Forever Trini.....Small Mag....etc.,etc.,.....should I congratulate allyuh now, or some ah allyuh want to rake meh over de coals 'til de end of May?   

nah nah.........it go kill the fun if u give in and concede now.....


just pretend u still have a chance nah, just for we sake?  :angel:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 07, 2009, 10:31:42 PM
PLOP!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on February 08, 2009, 10:09:02 PM
we shall overcome 
:violin: :violin:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on February 08, 2009, 10:31:18 PM
Chelsea Forever......Blue is the Color.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on February 08, 2009, 10:35:42 PM
to the sound of the Mighty Trini...

If Chelsea... is ah boat
ah go sail on it... sink or float
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: capodetutticapi on February 08, 2009, 10:41:25 PM
to the sound of the Mighty Trini...

If Chelsea... is ah boat
ah go sail on it... sink or float

that wasn't gypsy
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on February 08, 2009, 10:42:11 PM
to the sound of the Mighty Trini...

If Chelsea... is ah boat
ah go sail on it... sink or float

that wasn't gypsy

call up AVM Channel 4.
I sure they have that video right next to Curry Tabanca.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on February 09, 2009, 06:22:21 AM
to the sound of the Mighty Trini...

If Chelsea... is ah boat
ah go sail on it... sink or float

that wasn't gypsy

Gypsy song is - captian the ship is sinking
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bourbon on February 09, 2009, 06:41:22 AM
to the sound of the Mighty Trini...

If Chelsea... is ah boat
ah go sail on it... sink or float

that wasn't gypsy

Gypsy song is - captian the ship is sinking

Yeah dahs de song dey lookin for. :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on February 12, 2009, 03:53:13 PM
Hiddink refuses to concede title

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/teams/c/chelsea/7887030.stm (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/teams/c/chelsea/7887030.stm)

New temporary Chelsea coach Guus Hiddink has insisted Chelsea are still capable of winning the Premier League.

If leaders Manchester United beat Fulham next Wednesday, Chelsea will be 10 points behind with 13 games left.

"There's a 10-point difference but things can happen in the final stages of the championship," said Hiddink.

The Dutchman, who has taken charge of the Blues until the end of the season, was speaking after he had been shown around the club's training ground.

Winning the title would be a huge achievement. We will go for this title.

Hiddink will watch Chelsea's FA Cup fifth-round tie at Watford from the stands on Saturday before officially taking charge on Monday.

Assistant manager Ray Wilkins will look after the team at Vicarage Road.

Hiddink's first test as a Premier League boss will be the game at in-form Aston Villa, currently third in the table, on 21 February.

The 61-year-old will continue to lead Russia's World Cup qualification campaign at the same time as attempting to revive Chelsea's domestic campaign.

Russia's next qualifying games are against Azerbaijan on 28 March and Liechtenstein on 1 April.

"What happens after May is unclear," said Hiddink, who has a contract with the Russian FA until the end of the 2010 World Cup. "It's difficult to make it work because the Premier League is challenging."

Chelsea captain John Terry thinks Hiddink could be persuaded to stay at the club if his tenure is successful.

"We have six months to turn things around and if we do he will probably get offered the full-time job," said the defender.

"It is down to us to put in the performances and get results for him and then hopefully something can be done in the summer."

Hiddink, who comes in following the shock sacking of Luiz Felipe Scolari, also revealed that he is unlikely to make any big changes to Chelsea's existing backroom staff.

"I'm not in favour of bringing in my group of people," the former Netherlands, South Korea and Australia coach told Chelsea TV.

"I like to adapt to what is required, make an analysis and if something is needed we can do it.

"I'm looking forward to having the co-operation of Ray Wilkins."
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: JDB on February 12, 2009, 04:16:52 PM
Winning the title would be a huge achievement. We will go for this title.

OH BOY.

Everybody in trouble.

Let meh know when This Music (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuULcVaMTf0&feature=related) start to play. That when I know the improbable comeback start up.

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 13, 2009, 10:53:46 AM
PLOP!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on February 13, 2009, 07:02:47 PM
Magic missing from Blues - Scolari
by RivalsDM


Luiz Felipe Scolari bemoaned a lack of "magic" in the Chelsea team in an interview given just days before he was sacked as manager.

Scolari's eight-month spell in charge at Stamford Bridge came to an end on Monday after a series of poor results had seen the Premier League heavyweights drop to fourth in the table.


Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich had installed the 60-year-old as Blues manager in the hope he would bring the entertaining brand of football he employed while in charge of Brazil, with whom he won the 2002 World Cup, and Portugal, who he guided to the final of Euro 2004.

Under Scolari, Chelsea began their season in a free-scoring mode, but the goals soon dried up and the Blues could only manage four goals in the Brazilian's last five games and his side were booed off after Scolari's final game in charge - a drab 0-0 draw with Hull on Saturday.

Scolari gave an interview with France Football magazine days before the Hull game in which he stated that his side were not creative enough to win the title and admitted his frustration at not being able to land his number one transfer target, Robinho, who opted to join Manchester City after the Blues failed to match City's £32.5million bid last summer.

"At Chelsea we don't have the player who can make the difference by himself by producing something magical on the pitch," he said.

"We miss that. I don't know why. In the past, (Arjen) Robben was at Chelsea and he could make the difference. But now there is no one.

"Robinho could have been this player. He is not afraid to dribble, to take a risk. As a Brazilian, I like this.

"My team isn't Brazilian enough. It is a 'bureaucratic' team. That's the style of my players. That's why Robinho would have done a lot of good for the team."

It has been reported that a dressing-room split led to Scolari's departure, but the Brazilian insists he did not have a problem with his players, although he did admit he would have liked to have had a closer relationship with the squad.

"There are egos in the dressing room, but that is normal, isn't it? We all have egos," Scolari said.

"But my relationships with the players are good on the pitch. It is true that they are not the same as the relationships I had with my players in Portugal, but I spent five years there.

"In Brazil (as a club manager) it was also easier. I knew everything about the players. Here, I don't have a family relation with the players. Everything is on the pitch. Outside, there is nothing."

http://msn.foxsports.com/soccer/story/9213420/Magic-missing-from-Blues---Scolari
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on February 14, 2009, 01:46:22 PM
Whew. Finally some finishing.

Anelka try to upstage Scotty today.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on February 14, 2009, 02:20:33 PM
Magic missing from Blues - Scolari
by RivalsDM


Luiz Felipe Scolari bemoaned a lack of "magic" in the Chelsea team in an interview given just days before he was sacked as manager.

Scolari's eight-month spell in charge at Stamford Bridge came to an end on Monday after a series of poor results had seen the Premier League heavyweights drop to fourth in the table.


Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich had installed the 60-year-old as Blues manager in the hope he would bring the entertaining brand of football he employed while in charge of Brazil, with whom he won the 2002 World Cup, and Portugal, who he guided to the final of Euro 2004.

Under Scolari, Chelsea began their season in a free-scoring mode, but the goals soon dried up and the Blues could only manage four goals in the Brazilian's last five games and his side were booed off after Scolari's final game in charge - a drab 0-0 draw with Hull on Saturday.

Scolari gave an interview with France Football magazine days before the Hull game in which he stated that his side were not creative enough to win the title and admitted his frustration at not being able to land his number one transfer target, Robinho, who opted to join Manchester City after the Blues failed to match City's £32.5million bid last summer.

"At Chelsea we don't have the player who can make the difference by himself by producing something magical on the pitch," he said.

"We miss that. I don't know why. In the past, (Arjen) Robben was at Chelsea and he could make the difference. But now there is no one.

"Robinho could have been this player. He is not afraid to dribble, to take a risk. As a Brazilian, I like this.

"My team isn't Brazilian enough. It is a 'bureaucratic' team. That's the style of my players. That's why Robinho would have done a lot of good for the team."

It has been reported that a dressing-room split led to Scolari's departure, but the Brazilian insists he did not have a problem with his players, although he did admit he would have liked to have had a closer relationship with the squad.

"There are egos in the dressing room, but that is normal, isn't it? We all have egos," Scolari said.

"But my relationships with the players are good on the pitch. It is true that they are not the same as the relationships I had with my players in Portugal, but I spent five years there.

"In Brazil (as a club manager) it was also easier. I knew everything about the players. Here, I don't have a family relation with the players. Everything is on the pitch. Outside, there is nothing."

http://msn.foxsports.com/soccer/story/9213420/Magic-missing-from-Blues---Scolari

To summarize: Only plodders and unskill labourers; You want me to play the beautiful game with that? I am World Cup winning manager, not magician.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on February 14, 2009, 02:30:12 PM
The Special One Speaks.

http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/14022009/58/premier-league-mourinho-ll-return-chelsea.html (http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/14022009/58/premier-league-mourinho-ll-return-chelsea.html)

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Premier League - Mourinho: I'll return to Chelsea
Eurosport - Sat, 14 Feb 18:28:00 2009

Internazionale coach Jose Mourinho believes he will return to Chelsea sometime in the future.

The Portuguese won the Premier League in 2005 and 2006 with the London club, who have put Russia coach Guus Hiddink in charge until the end of the season after sacking Luiz Felipe Scolari.

(http://d.yimg.com/i//ng/sp/eurosport/20090214/25/c2835c6bbe3ac1e591f228abe0194aa9.jpg)

"If you ask me if one day I think I will return to Chelsea, I will tell you yes I think so, I think so because we were so happy together," Mourinho said ahead Sunday's derby against AC Milan.

"But when I say one day, I am not saying to you when." Mourinho left Chelsea in September 2007 but said he was still a fan of the club.

"I am not there, I am just a supporter from the outside," he said. "I'm somebody who wishes them good because it's a special club for me, I have special friends there.

"I belong to their story, they belong to my story so I am not enjoying this period where they have had several managers in one year and a few months.

"I hope they find stability and go back to (winning) trophies."

Mourinho was succeeded by Avram Grant, who was then sacked in May 2008.

The Inter coach, whose team have a seven-point lead at the top of Serie A, said he was not surprised to see England midfielder David Beckham doing well during his loan spell at AC Milan from Los Angeles Galaxy.

"I knew in advance all the fears people had about him were not fair," said Mourinho. "I knew he was a top professional, he arrived in great condition with great ambition.

"He has adapted very well, he is playing very well. He is giving different kinds of qualities to his team and I hope he stays for the good of the league."

Reuters
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on February 14, 2009, 07:57:56 PM
The Special One Speaks.

Reuters
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what u think bout Scholari's comments?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 14, 2009, 08:30:01 PM
Jose is kicks oui.  Not too long ago he was inferring, if not outright saying that he had no reason to go back to Stamford Bridge (anytime soon).  Jose, all I want yuh do is keep Juventus dutty hands off de Scudetto, and keep manu filthy paws off de Champions' League.  Dize all I want yuh do right now.  End of de season, we could talk all dat talk 'bout comin' back Stamford Bridge.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on February 15, 2009, 07:14:59 AM
Jose is kicks oui.  Not too long ago he was inferring, if not outright saying that he had no reason to go back to Stamford Bridge (anytime soon).  Jose, all I want yuh do is keep Juventus dutty hands off de Scudetto, and keep manu filthy paws off de Champions' League.  Dize all I want yuh do right now.  End of de season, we could talk all dat talk 'bout comin' back Stamford Bridge.

 :rotfl:
i feel after Juve win the Scudetto and MAN UTD win the CL.....u eh go want to see Josie again
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 15, 2009, 05:05:46 PM
Jose is kicks oui.  Not too long ago he was inferring, if not outright saying that he had no reason to go back to Stamford Bridge (anytime soon).  Jose, all I want yuh do is keep Juventus dutty hands off de Scudetto, and keep manu filthy paws off de Champions' League.  Dize all I want yuh do right now.  End of de season, we could talk all dat talk 'bout comin' back Stamford Bridge.

 :rotfl:
i feel after Juve win the Scudetto and MAN UTD win the CL.....u eh go want to see Josie again

     :rotfl: Well....yuh done see wha happ'm to Juve today eh?  ah go check yuh back in about a two weeks nuh!  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on February 15, 2009, 07:28:42 PM
Jose is kicks oui.  Not too long ago he was inferring, if not outright saying that he had no reason to go back to Stamford Bridge (anytime soon).  Jose, all I want yuh do is keep Juventus dutty hands off de Scudetto, and keep manu filthy paws off de Champions' League.  Dize all I want yuh do right now.  End of de season, we could talk all dat talk 'bout comin' back Stamford Bridge.

 :rotfl:
i feel after Juve win the Scudetto and MAN UTD win the CL.....u eh go want to see Josie again

     :rotfl: Well....yuh done see wha happ'm to Juve today eh?  ah go check yuh back in about a two weeks nuh!  ;D

 ::)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on February 16, 2009, 11:16:28 AM
Hiddink leads 'fast-paced' first Chelsea session

http://msn.foxsports.com/soccer/story/9211910/Hiddink-leads-%27fast-paced%27-first-Chelsea-session (http://msn.foxsports.com/soccer/story/9211910/Hiddink-leads-%27fast-paced%27-first-Chelsea-session)

LONDON (AP) - Guus Hiddink took charge of his first training session as Chelsea manager on Monday and already appears to be addressing some of the failings that apparently cost Luiz Felipe Scolari his job.

The Dutch coach oversaw what Chelsea called "a fast-paced (and) competitive" practice match, a week after his predecessor was ousted amid reports that senior players including John Terry and Frank Lampard were unhappy at a lack of intensity in training.

As Brazil and then Portugal coach before joining Chelsea in the offseason, Scolari would have been used to his players already being fit for games because of the work they did with their clubs.

Terry and Lampard were widely reported by British papers to think Scolari neglected fitness work of the sort Hiddink is renowned for putting his players through.

"He has cast his eye over training and the game and you can see a little lift in the lads trying to impress him, which always happens when a new manager comes in," Lampard said.

Hiddink was in the stands for Chelsea's 3-1 FA Cup win over Watford on Saturday, which was notable for the pairing of Nicolas Anelka and Didier Drogba in attack for the last 20 minutes.

Scolari said that the pair were incompatible in attack and generally preferred to field Anelka, who is the Premier League's leading scorer with 14 goals.

But Anelka was switched from a starting role out wide to link up with Drogba on Saturday and scored a hat trick as Chelsea rallied from 1-0 down.

The pair could now start Hiddink's first game in charge, at third-place Aston Villa on Saturday.

Victory at Villa Park would lift the Blues back into third place and help ease fears that the club could slip from the Champions League qualification spots.

"A lot of people said we couldn't play together, but we have never really tried to play together," Anelka said after the match.

"To play with Didier up front changed the game, and that's why we scored the goals and won the game."
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bourbon on February 18, 2009, 02:12:02 PM
 Look more ammo dey fuh allyuh man  :rotfl: (http://www.sundaysun.co.uk/sport/latest-sport-news/2009/02/18/fergie-dismisses-chelsea-hopes-84229-22957488/)

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Sir Alex Ferguson claims Chelsea have played right into Manchester United's hands with their sacking of Luiz Felipe Scolari.

Temporary boss Guus Hiddink was installed last week and immediately stated the title race is not over.

However, Ferguson has a different view, he told United Review: "I think they have played into our hands and that the title race now is going to be between ourselves and Liverpool."
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 18, 2009, 02:15:50 PM
http://PLOP!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on February 18, 2009, 04:34:16 PM
Look more ammo dey fuh allyuh man  :rotfl: (http://www.sundaysun.co.uk/sport/latest-sport-news/2009/02/18/fergie-dismisses-chelsea-hopes-84229-22957488/)

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Sir Alex Ferguson claims Chelsea have played right into Manchester United's hands with their sacking of Luiz Felipe Scolari.

Temporary boss Guus Hiddink was installed last week and immediately stated the title race is not over.

However, Ferguson has a different view, he told United Review: "I think they have played into our hands and that the title race now is going to be between ourselves and Liverpool."


Wrong team to play mind games with. That is frighten talk.

Come on the Blues!!!!!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on February 18, 2009, 05:10:08 PM
Look more ammo dey fuh allyuh man  :rotfl: (http://www.sundaysun.co.uk/sport/latest-sport-news/2009/02/18/fergie-dismisses-chelsea-hopes-84229-22957488/)

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Sir Alex Ferguson claims Chelsea have played right into Manchester United's hands with their sacking of Luiz Felipe Scolari.

Temporary boss Guus Hiddink was installed last week and immediately stated the title race is not over.

However, Ferguson has a different view, he told United Review: "I think they have played into our hands and that the title race now is going to be between ourselves and Liverpool."


Wrong team to play mind games with. That is frighten talk.

Come on the Blues!!!!!!


Ooooh Lord Wrigley is pissin his jammies and has resorted to chewing TWO packs of wrigley such is his nervousness about Chelski's pursuit.
No Elan that would be wishful thinking on your part!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on February 18, 2009, 05:20:00 PM
Fergie pretending like the season over already. Like he forget it still have 14 games to play.

Somebody need to get him up to speed on The NY Mets ... and their recent story.
The dentures mightn't be the only thing he choking on at the end of the year.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: berris on February 18, 2009, 05:24:50 PM
Chelsea Forever ....spending big money and cyar win de triple like Man U  :devil:

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 18, 2009, 05:33:01 PM
Chelsea Forever ....spending big money and cyar win de triple like Man U  :devil:



 
    Aye Stern Sorry,  ;D Berris......ent alyuh hadda worry 'bout Jose and Maicon and dem nex' week?  doh come on we link startin' no setta ole talk dey jed.  (lemmeh check today's scores eh!)

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 18, 2009, 05:39:31 PM
3 - 0 manu....F**CK!!   >:(
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on February 18, 2009, 06:15:00 PM
3 - 0 manu....F**CK!!   >:(

LOL, and as my Asians say "ROR" (Raff Out Roud)  ... I was so happy to be watching Milan V Werder & West Indies cricket side by side, but then the West Indies cricket feed conk out, so I figure lemme watch the ManUre game to see how much they losing by. 30 mins in, and Fulham put themselves in a hole, and by the time I find a feed back to Windies, this clown Ryan Hinds give away he wicket.

SOUR my whole evening!!!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on February 18, 2009, 06:49:27 PM
Chelsea Forever ....spending big money and cyar win de triple like Man U  :devil:



 
    Aye Stern Sorry,  ;D Berris......ent alyuh hadda worry 'bout Jose and Maicon and dem nex' week?  doh come on we link startin' no setta ole talk dey jed.  (lemmeh check today's scores eh!)



I like how allyuh haters does have three and four "favorite" sides as back up.  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: berris on February 19, 2009, 09:57:20 AM
Chelsea Forever ....spending big money and cyar win de triple like Man U  :devil:



 
    Aye Stern Sorry,  ;D Berris......ent alyuh hadda worry 'bout Jose and Maicon and dem nex' week?  doh come on we link startin' no setta ole talk dey jed.  (lemmeh check today's scores eh!)



Ay Mango , de only team I does back is Soca Warriors ,so doh vex wid meh ah just making ah slight observation .Ah rite,ah rite ah go leave out Man U name ..
Chelsea Forever  ....spending big money and cyar win de triple  :devil:  :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 19, 2009, 11:32:31 AM
3 - 0 manu....F**CK!!   >:(

LOL, and as my Asians say "ROR" (Raff Out Roud)  ... I was so happy to be watching Milan V Werder & West Indies cricket side by side, but then the West Indies cricket feed conk out, so I figure lemme watch the ManUre game to see how much they losing by. 30 mins in, and Fulham put themselves in a hole, and by the time I find a feed back to Windies, this clown Ryan Hinds give away he wicket.

SOUR my whole evening!!!!

    Doh mind dat, acb, all de haters circling like corbeaux over a dead (Giggsy, Sammy, DieHard, and dong to Berris and mukumsplau and all want to join de flock) but when we buss out de buckshot and ressit on Buffon and dem nex' week and Jose have fergie pissin' bubble gum yuh go see all ah dem scatter like cockroach on de promenade!  Ah callin' NAMES nex' week!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: WestCoast on February 21, 2009, 08:34:34 AM
Blue was the colour today
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: freakazoid on February 21, 2009, 08:39:21 AM
wat formation chelsea use? i see drogba and anelka start
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: samo on February 21, 2009, 09:12:48 AM
A winning formation :)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on February 21, 2009, 09:54:27 AM
A winning formation :)

men was saying that when scholari now start too  ;)

since money and profit is no object for u guys, maybe u should hire 10 managers in a grop and rotate them every 2 games?  ::)  :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: WestCoast on February 28, 2009, 10:45:24 AM
dem fellas blue in trute
1-1 now


aaappppsss
Mr Reliable makes it 2-1
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on February 28, 2009, 11:09:46 AM
twice f**king lampard rescues chelski... vs stoke and now today.... because of him you lot even have a chance...a very very very slim chance though

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: RedDevils on February 28, 2009, 12:02:09 PM
chelski still making it interesting, Pool could end up 3rd now.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 01, 2009, 09:31:40 AM
chelski still making it interesting, Pool could end up 3rd now.

   COULD?!?!  Is could end up third yuh say dey?!......aahps, yuh know what?  Yuh right, because they COULD end up in 4th
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on March 01, 2009, 10:00:34 AM
chelski still making it interesting, Pool could end up 3rd now.

   COULD?!?!  Is could end up third yuh say dey?!......aahps, yuh know what?  Yuh right, because they COULD end up in 4th

 :rotfl:

man fighting for 2nd and 3rd scraps yes...
fight on bro!  ;)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 01, 2009, 10:15:59 AM
chelski still making it interesting, Pool could end up 3rd now.

   COULD?!?!  Is could end up third yuh say dey?!......aahps, yuh know what?  Yuh right, because they COULD end up in 4th

 :rotfl:

man fighting for 2nd and 3rd scraps yes...
fight on bro!  ;)

    :rotfl:  Ah walk een to dat one!!  :rotfl: Take win, bi Sammy, take win.  One ah deeze good days yuh go ketch it!  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on March 01, 2009, 10:59:24 AM
chelski still making it interesting, Pool could end up 3rd now.

   COULD?!?!  Is could end up third yuh say dey?!......aahps, yuh know what?  Yuh right, because they COULD end up in 4th

 :rotfl:

man fighting for 2nd and 3rd scraps yes...
fight on bro!  ;)

    :rotfl:  Ah walk een to dat one!!  :rotfl: Take win, bi Sammy, take win.  One ah deeze good days yuh go ketch it!  ;D

 :flamethrower:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on March 03, 2009, 03:30:16 PM
WHO LET THE DROGS OUT?!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 03, 2009, 03:58:36 PM
WHO LET THE DROGS OUT?!

    Eh, Omar, I eh know if yuh get to see the game but yuh boy, Malouda had a good game today.  Yuh would/should be proud of him!  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on March 03, 2009, 04:03:10 PM
WHO LET THE DROGS OUT?!

    Eh, Omar, I eh know if yuh get to see the game but yuh boy, Malouda had a good game today.  Yuh would/should be proud of him!  ;D

nah boy, was biting way meh fingers following on live text.

well, what ah go say.. every dog has its day yes.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on March 03, 2009, 06:10:49 PM
WHO LET THE DROGS OUT?!

    Eh, Omar, I eh know if yuh get to see the game but yuh boy, Malouda had a good game today.  Yuh would/should be proud of him!  ;D

nah boy, was biting way meh fingers following on live text.

well, what ah go say.. every dog has its day yes.


dog or drog?  :devil:

wasn't malouda a big player before he came to chelsea? Is it the rigors of the EPL thats kept him back or just the style thats been used in the Chelsea format dosen't suit him?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: SOBRIQUET on March 03, 2009, 06:28:07 PM
WHO LET THE DROGS OUT?!

    Eh, Omar, I eh know if yuh get to see the game but yuh boy, Malouda had a good game today.  Yuh would/should be proud of him!  ;D

nah boy, was biting way meh fingers following on live text.

well, what ah go say.. every dog has its day yes.


dog or drog?  :devil:

wasn't malouda a big player before he came to chelsea? Is it the rigors of the EPL thats kept him back or just the style thats been used in the Chelsea format dosen't suit him?

his style is slow and casual.  EPL pace has been too much for him in my opinion.  Sell he, Ballack and ferriera in the summer please.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: doublet750 on March 04, 2009, 12:53:42 AM
Im a fan of ballack but i think its better if he goes back to Bayern in teh summer. Ferrieira has done a good service to the club but he too has to leave also..Bruce Buck came out today and said that 3-5 players are leaving for new players to replace them....Ballack problem is that he is supposed to be the same kind of player that LAMPARD is but that not wat chelsea needs....Chelsea needs what every manager has said they are missing. A player who can make it happen on his own. An inventive player...a magician. Lampard is the closest we have to that but we need a real player like ZOLA was. Joe Cole could play that role but injuries have sadly seen him not able to and im not all convinced he can be a person who turns a game around by hisself...same with Kalou.

Players to leave
Ballack
Ferrirea
Malouda
Ivanovic-ALex one of these two WILL leave Ivanovic was already lined up for Fiorentina and even if one leaves then ALCIDES will step in as a capable reserve.

I think they should enquire about Quaresma...he has an ability to be direct and still have trickery and showed that today against portsmouth.

BRING IN DAVID VILLA....IF he can be to Chelsea what Torres has been to Pool then imagine what could happen.

Most importantly FIND A COACH that all the palyers will work under in the sort of manner that mourinho FIRST had. probablyeven keep GUus if thy can.

Mancienne to be groomed for the Terry role
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 04, 2009, 10:30:39 AM
Im a fan of ballack but i think its better if he goes back to Bayern in teh summer. Ferrieira has done a good service to the club but he too has to leave also..Bruce Buck came out today and said that 3-5 players are leaving for new players to replace them....Ballack problem is that he is supposed to be the same kind of player that LAMPARD is but that not wat chelsea needs....Chelsea needs what every manager has said they are missing. A player who can make it happen on his own. An inventive player...a magician. Lampard is the closest we have to that but we need a real player like ZOLA was. Joe Cole could play that role but injuries have sadly seen him not able to and im not all convinced he can be a person who turns a game around by hisself...same with Kalou.

Players to leave
Ballack
Ferrirea
Malouda
Ivanovic-ALex one of these two WILL leave Ivanovic was already lined up for Fiorentina and even if one leaves then ALCIDES will step in as a capable reserve.

I think they should enquire about Quaresma...he has an ability to be direct and still have trickery and showed that today against portsmouth.

BRING IN DAVID VILLA....IF he can be to Chelsea what Torres has been to Pool then imagine what could happen.

Most importantly FIND A COACH that all the palyers will work under in the sort of manner that mourinho FIRST had. probablyeven keep GUus if thy can.

Mancienne to be groomed for the Terry role


   I think this is a kinda tricky situation that Chelsea is in......lookin' at the list again....not really.  I agree with all the names you posted there, except Malouda.  Day before yesterday I would have agreed with you but yesterday was the best I have seen him play since he's been at the club and I have to wonder if putting the RIGHT coach at the helm is what it would take for him.  Yesterday the man was travelling wit de ball, taking on and beatin' men, makin' a nice run or two....ah couldn't believe meh friggin EYES!! (Omarldinho wouldn'ta believe he own either!)  :D Malouda have great potential and I am always in favour of alowing a man a season or two to adjust to one of the most physically brutal leagues in football.  The Ivanovic-Alex decision is a tough one.  The boy hasn't shown much with the chances he's had, but he's young.  Alex might be a little slow but he has done fairly well in the absence of Carvalho so far.  I don't know if anybody else has noticed it (or if I may just be a little late) but Chelsea does need to start grooming somebody QUICKLY to fill John Terry's position.  He is a little too slow for my liking and there are times where that slowness puts the defence at risk.  He is a foul waiting to happen in the areas that opponents are actually looking to win free-kicks and that cannot continue.  :beermug:   
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Filho on March 04, 2009, 11:46:34 AM
Im a fan of ballack but i think its better if he goes back to Bayern in teh summer. Ferrieira has done a good service to the club but he too has to leave also..Bruce Buck came out today and said that 3-5 players are leaving for new players to replace them....Ballack problem is that he is supposed to be the same kind of player that LAMPARD is but that not wat chelsea needs....Chelsea needs what every manager has said they are missing. A player who can make it happen on his own. An inventive player...a magician.

You have that player in Deco. Injury prone season, but looked sharp earlier on...no real adjustment issues to the EPL and more creative than anyone else in the side
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on March 07, 2009, 07:14:25 AM
I hope Chelsea hit Coventry and Chris Coleman about 7 in this game, just for Birchall sake.

LIVE on FSC.
1-0 so far on classic Drogba.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on March 07, 2009, 10:01:03 AM
Chelsea 2 - Coventry 0...

Goals by Drogba and Alex..

Forward ever, backward never.

:beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on March 07, 2009, 11:13:04 AM
I don't see how Birchall can't make that Coventry side.
Maybe he shouldve gone as a defender ... or wear a batman mask.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bakes on March 21, 2009, 11:30:20 AM
How dis thread quiet so?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on March 21, 2009, 11:33:21 AM
Nah I now searching for this......

 >:( >:(

Chelsea like they have a fear of winning or something, just amateur menatlity going on with Chelsea now. Get rid of every man jack and let the reserve play or something. They complain about coaches, now is time to get rid of players. Useless Chelsea is.  >:( >:( >:(
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Feliziano on March 21, 2009, 11:36:29 AM
How dis thread quiet so?
yuh beat me to it  ;D
ah was looking for this thread to come say "ah just passing through to say Hi and how things these days"  :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bakes on March 21, 2009, 12:33:19 PM
Modric and Jenas had Chelsea paying dem rent whole day in midfield today.



Would love to see a footrace between Lennon and Bellamy... Lennon has to be the fastest dude in the EPL.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: capodetutticapi on March 21, 2009, 12:35:17 PM
i have some luv fuh spurs today. ;D
Title: should ballack be starting?
Post by: freakazoid on March 21, 2009, 02:01:48 PM
since ballack move to chelsea i really cant remember him doing anything worthy of mention. right now i think he is reallu off d boil. should he be starting infront of obi mikel?
Title: Re: should ballack be starting?
Post by: berris on March 21, 2009, 02:44:42 PM
should ballack be starting?


Yes .............. fuh Germany
Title: Re: should ballack be starting?
Post by: giggsy11 on March 21, 2009, 02:52:50 PM
Oh, oh-why yuh have tuh geh Chow started with this thread? Yuh know Obi Mikel is he boy! Ballack is a sack of shite! He dos run like his balls too big and like he too good tuh work up a sweat. He needs tuh be coming on in the 91st minute or collecting the tugs tuh wash dem after matches.
Title: Re: should ballack be starting?
Post by: giggsy11 on March 21, 2009, 03:00:13 PM
Yuh know wat this is my all lazy team in the EPL.

Goalie- Paul Robinson
CB-
CB
RB-
LB-
RW-CRonaldo
LW-CRonaldo
MF-Ballack
MF-
F-Berbatov
F-
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on March 21, 2009, 03:43:59 PM
since ballack move to chelsea i really cant remember him doing anything worthy of mention. right now i think he is reallu off d boil. should he be starting infront of obi mikel?

he should be starting......... to earn he fleckin salary!!

he is one man must be does feel shame to colleck he paycheck.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on March 23, 2009, 08:36:51 AM
sometimes yuh just gotta love the spurs if only for 90 minutes :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 23, 2009, 08:45:34 AM
sometimes yuh just gotta love the spurs if only for 90 minutes :rotfl:

    :rotfl:  Allyuh only lucky to still be in CL contention.  Yuh better save yuh "love" and cross yuh damned fingers!  ;D
Title: Re: should ballack be starting?
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 23, 2009, 08:52:32 AM
Oh, oh-why yuh have tuh geh Chow started with this thread? Yuh know Obi Mikel is he boy! Ballack is a sack of shite! He dos run like his balls too big and like he too good tuh work up a sweat. He needs to be coming on in the 91st minute or collecting the tugs to wash dem after matches.

    Listen, somebody else had raised the point (maybe on another thread, about a week or so ago) that Ballack eh have no right starting in front of Mikel John Obi.  I really think Chelsea have simply gotten it all wrong when it comes to utilizing his talents.  They Typecasting de boy and pigeonholing him into a holding midfielder and he can really be better utilized than that.  The only way Ballack should ever be walkin' out on dat pitch with the rest of that squad is if they holdin' he hand like the rest of them lil' fleckin' children!!  De man is a total and utter pure WASTE! Shit, even them lil' chirren have more damned value than he! 
Title: Re: should ballack be starting?
Post by: sammy on March 23, 2009, 09:18:49 AM
Oh, oh-why yuh have tuh geh Chow started with this thread? Yuh know Obi Mikel is he boy! Ballack is a sack of shite! He dos run like his balls too big and like he too good tuh work up a sweat. He needs to be coming on in the 91st minute or collecting the tugs to wash dem after matches.

    Listen, somebody else had raised the point (maybe on another thread, about a week or so ago) that Ballack eh have no right starting in front of Mikel John Obi.  I really think Chelsea have simply gotten it all wrong when it comes to utilizing his talents.  They Typecasting de boy and pigeonholing him into a holding midfielder and he can really be better utilized than that.  The only way Ballack should ever be walkin' out on dat pitch with the rest of that squad is if they holdin' he hand like the rest of them lil' fleckin' children!!  De man is a total and utter pure WASTE! Shit, even them lil' chirren have more damned value than he! 

So ballack was shit in the Bayern set up?
Title: Re: should ballack be starting?
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 23, 2009, 09:56:39 AM
Oh, oh-why yuh have tuh geh Chow started with this thread? Yuh know Obi Mikel is he boy! Ballack is a sack of shite! He dos run like his balls too big and like he too good tuh work up a sweat. He needs to be coming on in the 91st minute or collecting the tugs to wash dem after matches.

    Listen, somebody else had raised the point (maybe on another thread, about a week or so ago) that Ballack eh have no right starting in front of Mikel John Obi.  I really think Chelsea have simply gotten it all wrong when it comes to utilizing his talents.  They Typecasting de boy and pigeonholing him into a holding midfielder and he can really be better utilized than that.  The only way Ballack should ever be walkin' out on dat pitch with the rest of that squad is if they holdin' he hand like the rest of them lil' fleckin' children!!  De man is a total and utter pure WASTE! Shit, even them lil' chirren have more damned value than he! 

So ballack was shit in the Bayern set up?

  Nah, Sammy, he wasn't.....neither was Shevchenko in the AC Milan set up, either.  But he is shit in the Chelsea set up, and, for that reason, Chelsea need to sit down, offload him,wipe dey ass and flush, and wash their hands of him.  He has had enough time, coming in with his stature, to make a substantial contribution to this team, and he just ain't cuttin' it.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on March 24, 2009, 05:59:16 AM
sometimes yuh just gotta love the spurs if only for 90 minutes :rotfl:

    :rotfl:  Allyuh only lucky to still be in CL contention.  Yuh better save yuh "love" and cross yuh damned fingers!  ;D

are you serious? yeah we still have liverpool and chelski and manu to deal with but were winning and they are loosing
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on April 18, 2009, 11:59:44 AM
DROGBAAAA!!!

Arsenal fadder!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 18, 2009, 12:09:25 PM
DROGBAAAA!!!

Arsenal fadder!

    Arsenal, allyuh go and bade and put on allyuh nice clothes.   Allyuh faddah comin' and look fuh allyuh. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on April 18, 2009, 12:30:50 PM
hooray Chelsea beat a patch work arsenal back 5 hooray!

just make sure Manu don't get their 12th fa cup
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on April 18, 2009, 01:23:17 PM
drogs eh easy nah....look how easy he get away from arsenal keeper....
the man is a boss...
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 18, 2009, 04:12:28 PM
hooray Chelsea beat a patch work arsenal back 5 hooray!

just make sure Manu don't get their 12th fa cup


   Except for Nasri, it was the same lineup that just waltzed past Villareal the other day.  I'm sure however "patched up" the back 5 was on that day, we didn't hear much or anything about it.  Take allyuh cutarse and wave goodbye at allyuh faddah.  Say "bah-bye, daddeee!!"
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on April 18, 2009, 04:38:31 PM
hooray Chelsea beat a patch work arsenal back 5 hooray!

just make sure Manu don't get their 12th fa cup


   Except for Nasri, it was the same lineup that just waltzed past Villareal the other day.  I'm sure however "patched up" the back 5 was on that day, we didn't hear much or anything about it.  Take allyuh cutarse and wave goodbye at allyuh faddah.  Say "bah-bye, daddeee!!"

we all know eboue is a liability, a fact villareal never exploited, silvestre was mediocre at best, and gibbs as good as he was at attacking showed naivety in defense

fabianski gifted "dadee" a goal so say thank you yuh ungreatful p.o.s.

arsenal strength is attacking we should have started with nasri and arshavin and keep the pressure up the feidl on the chelsea defense, we were beaten tactically
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 18, 2009, 04:59:15 PM
hooray Chelsea beat a patch work arsenal back 5 hooray!

just make sure Manu don't get their 12th fa cup


   Except for Nasri, it was the same lineup that just waltzed past Villareal the other day.  I'm sure however "patched up" the back 5 was on that day, we didn't hear much or anything about it.  Take allyuh cutarse and wave goodbye at allyuh faddah.  Say "bah-bye, daddeee!!"

we all know eboue is a liability, a fact villareal never exploited, silvestre was mediocre at best, and gibbs as good as he was at attacking showed naivety in defense

fabianski gifted "dadee" a goal so say thank you yuh ungreatful p.o.s.

arsenal strength is attacking we should have started with nasri and arshavin and keep the pressure up the feidl on the chelsea defense, we were beaten tactically

   You would be an "ungrateful" Port Of Spainian, too if you was in my shoes!  :rotfl:
All you just put up there was a damned bunch of excuses.  Win, or go to fack home. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on April 18, 2009, 06:03:15 PM
hooray Chelsea beat a patch work arsenal back 5 hooray!

just make sure Manu don't get their 12th fa cup


   Except for Nasri, it was the same lineup that just waltzed past Villareal the other day.  I'm sure however "patched up" the back 5 was on that day, we didn't hear much or anything about it.  Take allyuh cutarse and wave goodbye at allyuh faddah.  Say "bah-bye, daddeee!!"

we all know eboue is a liability, a fact villareal never exploited, silvestre was mediocre at best, and gibbs as good as he was at attacking showed naivety in defense

fabianski gifted "dadee" a goal so say thank you yuh ungreatful p.o.s.

arsenal strength is attacking we should have started with nasri and arshavin and keep the pressure up the feidl on the chelsea defense, we were beaten tactically

   You would be an "ungrateful" Port Of Spainian, too if you was in my shoes!  :rotfl:
All you just put up there was a damned bunch of excuses.  Win, or go to fack home. 

yeah just liek when we beat allyuh in the prem see you in a few weeks, pos
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on April 22, 2009, 06:38:42 AM
big game today versus Everton.
Also happens to be John Obi Mikel's 22nd birthday.

Buss d net!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 22, 2009, 07:30:27 AM
big game today versus Everton.
Also happens to be John Obi Mikel's 22nd birthday.

Buss d net!!


  HAPPY BIR'DAY, John Obi'eeeeeeeee!!!!!!  dize meh BOY!!!  STEUPS!!!!!  Hiddink look like a hard man, devoid of sentiment!!  Watch 'im tell de yute "Happy birthday, John!  You get the day off (sittin' on de bench) today! Ballack, suit up! Bigger steups!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 22, 2009, 01:25:57 PM
Now, the game is on, Chelsea vs Everton, and Everton come out spittin' FYAH!!  Is pure blade swingin, with all kinda break-foot tackle passin' and the referee (look like mark clattenburgh) eh callin' no foul. (everything that is wrong with football in the British Isles)   A man come through with studs showing (the boots actually look like it was gritting its teeth) over the top of the ball, nearly break Essien foot in half, de commentator call it "just a bit of follow through..." (:liar:) WTF?!?!  FINALLY,  the ref give Phil Neville a yellow for a poor choice of tackle (but typical british tackle) on Drogba and the commentator lamenting on and on about how Drogba ALWAYS looking to go down in such a dramatic way that it was his antics and not the tackle that got Neville the yellow...... BIG FACKIN' STEEEEEEUUUUUPSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!! 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on April 22, 2009, 02:01:51 PM
ah reach in time for the 2nd half ... from the highlights, I understand I eh miss nuttin other than one setta chances Everton throw away.

Guus will let them have it at halftime.

Lemme see if Obi getting a sweat.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on April 22, 2009, 02:02:18 PM
Alyuh eh no kind of supporters. Watching game and posting.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 22, 2009, 02:04:14 PM
Alyuh eh no kind of supporters. Watching game and posting.
 

    De TV right behind meh and ah have a mirror in fronta meh!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on April 22, 2009, 02:06:10 PM
Alyuh eh no kind of supporters. Watching game and posting.
 

    De TV right behind meh and ah have a mirror in fronta meh!!

 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on April 22, 2009, 03:04:52 PM
FA Cup and CL looking more realistic than EPL Title.

Apparently chased the game for the entire first half, dominated possession and created several chances in the 2nd, but lacked the sharpness in finishing. Gotta work on spacing for set plays. Dominating in the air, but too many times Terry, Alex and Ivanovic kept getting in each others' ways.

Still time for Man U to slip, but can't keep dropping points, especially at home.


Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on April 22, 2009, 03:07:48 PM
over and out
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on April 22, 2009, 03:14:54 PM
chelsea who? :rotfl:

everton will put it on allyuh in the FA finals  8)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 22, 2009, 03:17:02 PM
Last season it was the fateful down-the-stretch 4-4 and 1-1 draws to Spurs and Wigan respectively that killed off the season.  Today's game just might have to get put into that category.  Everton was defending with their lives, Chelsea payers kept taking poor shots when they weren't getting in each other's way, and ballack and malouda is just dead weight. Petr Cech save we ass today!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 22, 2009, 03:20:27 PM
big game today versus Everton.
Also happens to be John Obi Mikel's 22nd birthday.

Buss d net!!


  HAPPY BIR'DAY, John Obi'eeeeeeeee!!!!!!  dize meh BOY!!!  STEUPS!!!!!  Hiddink look like a hard man, devoid of sentiment!!  Watch 'im tell de yute "Happy birthday, John!  You get the day off (sittin' on de bench) today! Ballack, suit up! Bigger steups!!

   The boy come on and showin' men just how easy the game is for him and how fluid he is with the ball and how much vision he have.  Me eh know what Guus and dem does be thinkin'.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on April 22, 2009, 03:23:40 PM
chelsea who? :rotfl:

everton will put it on allyuh in the FA finals  8)

how come we not playing allyuh not in the FA Cup Finals?

Ohhhhh ...... I remember - men doh post during the game, or after the game if they get a sound cutarse.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on April 22, 2009, 03:25:26 PM
big game today versus Everton.
Also happens to be John Obi Mikel's 22nd birthday.

Buss d net!!


  HAPPY BIR'DAY, John Obi'eeeeeeeee!!!!!!  dize meh BOY!!!  STEUPS!!!!!  Hiddink look like a hard man, devoid of sentiment!!  Watch 'im tell de yute "Happy birthday, John!  You get the day off (sittin' on de bench) today! Ballack, suit up! Bigger steups!!

   The boy come on and showin' men just how easy the game is for him and how fluid he is with the ball and how much vision he have.  Me eh know what Guus and dem does be thinkin'.

Forget what Gus thinking, what is Obi Mikel thinking (damn why I was so greedy tuh join this shitty club?) :devil: :devil: :devil: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on April 22, 2009, 03:26:09 PM
over and out

sounds like the exact words Tevez agent tell OT brass.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on April 22, 2009, 03:27:27 PM
Forget what Gus thinking, what is Obi Mikel thinking (damn why I was so greedy tuh join this shitty club?) :devil: :devil: :devil: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

It was either Chelsea or a side full of primadonnas and bullermen.

Why yuh think Tevez doh want to stay?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on April 22, 2009, 03:31:28 PM
Forget what Gus thinking, what is Obi Mikel thinking (damn why I was so greedy tuh join this shitty club?) :devil: :devil: :devil: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

It was either Chelsea or a side full of primadonnas and bullermen.

Why yuh think Tevez doh want to stay?

how yuh know? dey bull u already a what?  :o
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on April 22, 2009, 03:33:38 PM
Forget what Gus thinking, what is Obi Mikel thinking (damn why I was so greedy tuh join this shitty club?) :devil: :devil: :devil: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

It was either Chelsea or a side full of primadonnas and bullermen.

Why yuh think Tevez doh want to stay?

how yuh know? dey bull u already a what?  :o

It have any man that CRonaldo eh try to bull?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on April 22, 2009, 04:23:43 PM
Where was all these Man United fans after the shoot over the weekend? Look at them boy. They in they glee.

Can't find them when the team on the field or after a bad game, but look at them now. They not even posting in they thread.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on April 22, 2009, 04:49:16 PM
Where was all these Man United fans after the shoot over the weekend? Look at them boy. They in they glee.

Can't find them when the team on the field or after a bad game, but look at them now. They not even posting in they thread.

daiz all u could come with? steups... your side just drew and u busy talking bout Utd.
Wham u have no comments on where u guys went wrong?  u and acb just obsessed with we and utd?

Read the comments after we FA loss, and u will actually see Utd men posting about how we felt about our team and the game we played.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on April 22, 2009, 04:52:11 PM
Forget what Gus thinking, what is Obi Mikel thinking (damn why I was so greedy tuh join this shitty club?) :devil: :devil: :devil: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

It was either Chelsea or a side full of primadonnas and bullermen.

Why yuh think Tevez doh want to stay?

how yuh know? dey bull u already a what?  :o

It have any man that CRonaldo eh try to bull?

ummmm..... boy......i dunno....i think u should get some help cause u seem to be infatuated about CR. Its seems he does be on your mind all of the time. Breads, that not healthy - even if u was a Utd fan.

Take care of your self dude.  :-\

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on April 22, 2009, 05:56:39 PM
Forget what Gus thinking, what is Obi Mikel thinking (damn why I was so greedy tuh join this shitty club?) :devil: :devil: :devil: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

It was either Chelsea or a side full of primadonnas and bullermen.

Why yuh think Tevez doh want to stay?

how yuh know? dey bull u already a what?  :o

It have any man that CRonaldo eh try to bull?

ummmm..... boy......i dunno....i think u should get some help cause u seem to be infatuated about CR. Its seems he does be on your mind all of the time. Breads, that not healthy - even if u was a Utd fan.

Take care of your self dude.  :-\



allyuh boys like to talk shit and when allyuh run out ah ammo, allyuh does try to bring rationale into the conversation.

steups.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: doublet750 on April 23, 2009, 10:09:58 AM
as a player in his position AT HIS AGE...the ONLY other TOP 4 Club he probably would have gotten as much playing time with is ARSENAL...and because of injury and other issues he has stepped in brilliantly...for his age he has minor flaws in his game (shooting..SEOMTIMES tackling and long range passing) but CAN ANYONE SAY THAT HE HAS NOT BEEN IN THE TOp 5-10 CDM for the season in the BPL......he is a fella who will become a Chelsea Legend should he stay and mature at the club....something like a viera for the future.

What we should be worried about is who going to contain Iniesta and Messi on wednesday. I have faith in Ivanovic but i feel we go have to contain them men with HARD BLADE ...we will really see how much we missing Bosingwa and Cole

Chelsea To DO THE DOUBLE...
CL--Beating Arsenal
 and FA-Squeezing past Everton in ET
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on April 23, 2009, 10:20:44 AM
Where was all these Man United fans after the shoot over the weekend? Look at them boy. They in they glee.

Can't find them when the team on the field or after a bad game, but look at them now. They not even posting in they thread.

daiz all u could come with? steups... your side just drew and u busy talking bout Utd.
Wham u have no comments on where u guys went wrong?  u and acb just obsessed with we and utd?

Read the comments after we FA loss, and u will actually see Utd men posting about how we felt about our team and the game we played.

That's what I have to say cause I don't make excuses for Chelsea. We had an okay game, but Everton was smarter. Wwhat nothing to talk about.

YOu all still hide when you get a result you don't like though.  :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on April 23, 2009, 02:40:00 PM
as a player in his position AT HIS AGE...the ONLY other TOP 4 Club he probably would have gotten as much playing time with is ARSENAL...and because of injury and other issues he has stepped in brilliantly...for his age he has minor flaws in his game (shooting..SEOMTIMES tackling and long range passing) but CAN ANYONE SAY THAT HE HAS NOT BEEN IN THE TOp 5-10 CDM for the season in the BPL......he is a fella who will become a Chelsea Legend should he stay and mature at the club....something like a viera for the future.

What we should be worried about is who going to contain Iniesta and Messi on wednesday. I have faith in Ivanovic but i feel we go have to contain them men with HARD BLADE ...we will really see how much we missing Bosingwa and Cole

Chelsea To DO THE DOUBLE...
CL--Beating Arsenal
 and FA-Squeezing past Everton in ET

(http://bizzoony.files.wordpress.com/2006/12/what-choo-talkin-bout-willis.jpg)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on April 23, 2009, 02:41:57 PM
Where was all these Man United fans after the shoot over the weekend? Look at them boy. They in they glee.

Can't find them when the team on the field or after a bad game, but look at them now. They not even posting in they thread.

daiz all u could come with? steups... your side just drew and u busy talking bout Utd.
Wham u have no comments on where u guys went wrong?  u and acb just obsessed with we and utd?

Read the comments after we FA loss, and u will actually see Utd men posting about how we felt about our team and the game we played.

That's what I have to say cause I don't make excuses for Chelsea. We had an okay game, but Everton was smarter. Wwhat nothing to talk about.

YOu all still hide when you get a result you don't like though.  :devil:

so u deflect atention away from chelsea by talking bout utd? lol
Murhino train yuh well.  :D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: WestCoast on April 25, 2009, 08:19:28 AM
wore goin on today ;)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on April 25, 2009, 11:18:49 AM
from what I see in the 2nd half, champagne football.

big save by Cech on the penalty, looking as though he's regained his confidence - no clue what Kalou was thinking when he pull down the man in the box, but I guess he had to find a way to cancel out the goal he score.

Macienne look comfortable on the right - Ivanovic living up to his billing.
Ashely Cole played intelligently and was involved in several buildups.

today's lineup gave several clues about the squad that will play on Tuesday at Nou Camp.
Let's hope they keep the momentum going.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Small Change on April 25, 2009, 01:06:11 PM
MAN U FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Still the greatest team on earth. Records to prove and they keep doing it over and over over again, even when people still doubt them; even when they lose or draw a game or 2, they come right back at ya!!!!

Sir Alex. The greatest manager the game has ever seen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Giggsy's Chestwig on April 25, 2009, 02:53:58 PM
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It was either Chelsea or a side full of primadonnas and bullermen.

Your strong and manly captain...

(http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Football/Pix/pictures/2008/05/22/JohnTerryPAMartinRickett3.jpg)

(http://www.4thegame.com/media/00/03/41/terrycries.jpg)

(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2398/2514571883_3bbcfaaaef_m.jpg)

(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3063/2514571695_30ac1b0580_m.jpg)

Since Mikel turned us down, we've won two titles, a league cup and European Cup...

I can't say that we've missed him.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on April 25, 2009, 03:00:15 PM
Quote
It was either Chelsea or a side full of primadonnas and bullermen.

Your strong and manly captain...

(http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Football/Pix/pictures/2008/05/22/JohnTerryPAMartinRickett3.jpg)

(http://www.4thegame.com/media/00/03/41/terrycries.jpg)

(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2398/2514571883_3bbcfaaaef_m.jpg)

(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3063/2514571695_30ac1b0580_m.jpg)

Since Mikel turned us down, we've won two titles, a league cup and European Cup...

I can't say that we've missed him.


and world club cup, but whose counting.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on April 25, 2009, 06:38:05 PM
^^
well for a small side like Chelsea with no history, he already win a League Cup and FA Cup and hold down Young African POY of the Year a couple years in a row ..... so because of Manchester United shallow cheque book they lose out in the race to sign the player, not to mention he gets to play and live in London versus that sleepy backwater in the gloomy midlands ..... so it ok to have sour grapes.


.... and JT captains England .... says alot for Rio I go into hiding when I use drugs Ferdinand, who continues to be denied the Captain's armband by our strong and manly captain
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on May 12, 2009, 05:38:50 PM
Hiddink made a remark recently about some players only improving their performances with the season coming to a close, and after watching the last few games i starting gto wonder if that is really the case..

Anelka playing like ah beast for the last month.. Tracking back and defending in the Barcelona games.. playing on the wing and not making it a problem.. That burst through the center and bullet against Arsenal was something i eh see since he wearing the blue colors.

Malouda is ah next one. All of ah sudden he looking like a left winger and not a deadweight. where that come from?

I wondering if them fellahs is mercenaries..

Imo, next season the number one priority should be to get rid of Ballack. Man eh do nutten since he come but thief a big salary. I say push Essien further forward and let Obi Mikel groom into the CDM role.. Also, Malouda and Anelka could ride hard for all I care.

I hoping David Villa or Tevez come over to the dark side of the force. :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bourbon on May 12, 2009, 09:58:02 PM
Two questions for the chelsea fans.

One.
Champions league final...Second Place in League....but Avram is a goat.

Eliminated at Champions league Semi....Third Place in League....Guus is a genius.

How come?


Two....


5. Damn. Never realized there were so many undercover Chelsea haters the world over.

My whole facebook front page, internet forums the world over including this one, email, my cell phone and every other social networking tool full of people only too happy to take a jab. I get a text from frigging Egypt!! steups..




Why allyuh feel dat is?  :whistling:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on May 29, 2009, 01:45:45 PM
GUUS HIDDINK'S FA CUP FINAL NOTES
Posted on: Thu 28 May 2009

http://www.chelseafc.com/page/LatestNews/0%2C%2C10268~1675357%2C00.html (http://www.chelseafc.com/page/LatestNews/0%2C%2C10268~1675357%2C00.html)

With less than 48 hours to go before kick-off at Wembley and Guus Hiddink's last match in charge, he has penned a message for all Chelsea supporters.


Back in March, just one month after I started working at Chelsea, supporters from the Fans' Forum came to visit us at Cobham.

I can remember the supporters telling me then that although they knew we were trying hard to win the Premier League and the Champions League, we should not underestimate how much the fans wanted to win the FA Cup this year.

We talked about that and so far we have kept our promise by going to the FA Cup Final.

For Chelsea, for the team, it is very important to be there, and also for the fans.

We made the promise come true as much as we can and we hope we can make the next step to get the silverware as well.

A big club like Chelsea needs to win some titles almost every year and everyone knows how the situation has been this season. It was a very good start to the season, the middle it was a little sloppy, and then a rather good end - and it will be perfect to have won a cup.

Make no mistake, the FA Cup is a big title, not only recognised in England but also worldwide.

A cup final is special. It is different from other big league games or semi-finals and when I was a young kid, or after that a professional player, or even when I was beginning as a manager I always had one Saturday in May when I said, hey, this is my afternoon for watching the FA Cup on television.

The whole atmosphere around it is very impressive and the vision of the stadium made a big impact. Most of the Finals were so emotional and so tense.

I have been hearing the players say how much they want to win the FA Cup so I will leave Chelsea with a medal, but I want them to win it for themselves.

We have some players who are at the start of their careers and some who have already a beautiful career, but if every now and then a trophy materialises, it is the cherry on the pie.

The preparations for the game have gone well. We had last week some small problems with some players but they recovered very well at the beginning of the week and I think the team is fully fit.

We have been scoring goals in the last few games and that is important but also important is remembering what has happened this year when Everton is our opponent.

They have shown twice already this season that they can match up with Chelsea so it will be tough. But when we have played tough opponents, it is obvious that the team always reacts to the challenge, even if there is a set-back. We hope we don't have that experience at Wembley but this team is always fighting and that is nice to see.

We have a squad of players who have played many big games which could benefit us. Let's hope so, let's think so.

When you play lots of big games you do get used to it but also we must not underestimate Everton because they will rise to this occasion and they are experienced as well. Some of them have played big tournaments and they are in the Premier League where you gather a lot of experience. But yes, having played many big games, that might be an advantage for Chelsea.

I am told the fans have special big flag for me at Wembley and if so, I will be very pleased because I didn't expect that appreciation. Of course we did rather well in the Premier League from February on and we did well in the Champions League and also in FA Cup, but being here a short period and knowing that people know already what success is in this club, then being appreciated so much is a wonderful experience.

I would like to thank the fans for that, for the support they have given the team all season and for the big support I am sure they will provide on Saturday.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on May 30, 2009, 02:52:21 PM
congrats

petr cech wasn't looking too solid today but the rest of yuh team pulled it off
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on May 30, 2009, 07:19:20 PM
congrats

petr cech wasn't looking too solid today but the rest of yuh team pulled it off



   Me eh know what shyte you talking (and I'm willing to bet that you don't, either.) Petr Cech did his part throughout the season and he did his part TODAY as well as everybody else, not no "rest" of the team.  He didn't concede any goals beyond the one that was unstoppable and that means that whatever very, very few saves Everton forced him to make, he made them. I could see if he conceded some shyte goal or something and put the team under pressure but that was not the case.  as is typical of allyuh haters, yuh just want to talk out the side of yuh posterior intake valve.  Go and help yuh side look for a coach that want to raise a winning side eh!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Big Magician on May 30, 2009, 07:57:19 PM
WE BEATING COSTA RICA
Title: Carlo Ancelotti confirmed as new Chelsea coach
Post by: freakazoid on May 31, 2009, 11:24:37 AM
Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge

By Soccernet staff

June 1, 2009

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Carlo Ancelotti has announced his contract at AC Milan has been terminated by mutual consent, and the Italian club have wasted no time by immediately installing Leonardo as his replacement.

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The news clears the way for the Italian coach to be installed as Guus Hiddink's replacement at Chelsea.

Club vice-president Adriano Galliani confirmed former AC Milan and Brazil playmaker Leonardo, who has been working for the club as technical area activities manager, will be his successor.

Galliani said on Sunday evening: "Leonardo is our new coach and will be presented at the San Siro tomorrow at midday.''

It had been widely expected that Ancelotti would leave the San Siro at the end of the Serie A season. Milan claimed second spot on the final day of the season with a 2-0 win at Fiorentina.

The 49-year-old has been consistently linked with Chelsea, though he refused to confirm he had agreed to take over at Stamford Bridge.

He had another year on his contract but Milan's failure to mount a serious challenge to Inter Milan at the top of Serie A meant he had been under pressure.

He told Sky television: "In agreement with the club, we have decided to bring forward the expiry of my contract. This beautiful adventure at Milan is over.

"I can't say anything else official. I have not made any agreement with any other club.

"I am certainly not staying in Italy. But it is not certain that I am going to London for sure.'' However when he was told "good luck" in English, he replied: "This I won't understand until I arrive."

He was Serie A's longest serving manager having been appointed in 2001 after a spell at Juventus and led the Rossoneri to one Serie A title and two Champions League triumphs.

He had previously served the club with great distinction as a player for over 15 years.

Chelsea are on the lookout for a new permanent coach after sacking Luiz Felipe Scolari in February.

Leonardo, meanwhile, joined Milan from Paris St Germain in 1997 and remained at the San Siro for four seasons before going back to his native Brazil.

He returned to Milan in 2003 before hanging up his boots after making 60 appearances for his country.

Since then he has spent his time working in the media and helping out with various charities.

He was named as part of Milan's technical staff early last year.
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: Filho on May 31, 2009, 11:54:31 AM
Ancelotti do good working for the most obnoxious boss in world football. I feel he last so long cuz he is a kind of 'yes' man (can you imagine Mourinho at AC Milan with Berlusconi trying to pick de team every weekend). Anyhow..fathead win everything he could win wit Milan. Time for a new challenge.
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: Mango Chow! on May 31, 2009, 11:59:18 AM
I always knew Leonardo remained linked to the club after his retirement, but I always saw him as more of a management type fella than as a coach.  Cyah judge a book by it's (perceived) cover.  He was one of my favorite Brizilian players, had skill for days and was a great dribbler.......interesting to see what he can do with this team.
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: palos on May 31, 2009, 12:04:58 PM
Ah wonder if Leandro's appointment have a lot to do with trying to keep Kaka?

Anyways....one of my favourite ballas.  Skillful and cerebral fuh days.  Started off as a winger who was converted to left wing back for the Brazilian team.  Outrageous ability.  Moved to midfield with PSG and Milan.  Would be interesting to see him on the coaching side.

Good luck Leandro and thanks for everything Carlo!  A true Rossineri great!
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: Mango Chow! on May 31, 2009, 12:20:56 PM
Ah wonder if Leandro's appointment have a lot to do with trying to keep Kaka?

Anyways....one of my favourite ballas.  Skillful and cerebral fuh days.  Started off as a winger who was converted to left wing back for the Brazilian team.  Outrageous ability.  Moved to midfield with PSG and Milan.  Would be interesting to see him on the coaching side.

Good luck Leandro and thanks for everything Carlo!  A true Rossineri great!


   Which is one of the things that makes Brazil so great: their ability willingness to play some of their most skilled players in defensive positions.  I real curious to see what kind of philosophy he will inject and what kind of players he will try to attract to this team.  I would sorry for the rest of Europe if he could put this team together by bringing in 2 or 3 more players that play like he did in addition to the core players they have now. 
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: injunchile on May 31, 2009, 12:32:01 PM
Latapy should play Carlos at right back and give Baptiste his wing position.
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: kicker on May 31, 2009, 12:37:38 PM
Latapy should play Carlos at right back and give Baptiste his wing position.

Wrong thread... :D
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: weary1969 on May 31, 2009, 03:00:54 PM
Latapy should play Carlos at right back and give Baptiste his wing position.

Wrong thread... :D

U LUCKY U EH C

WE BEATING COSTA RICA
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: kicker on May 31, 2009, 03:38:04 PM
I always knew Leonardo remained linked to the club after his retirement, but I always saw him as more of a management type fella than as a coach.  Cyah judge a book by it's (perceived) cover.  He was one of my favorite Brizilian players, had skill for days and was a great dribbler.......interesting to see what he can do with this team.

Yeah Leonardo always gave the appearance that he was more of a front-office guy.  I hope this is not a strategic move by the dictatorship at that club to have one of the yes men transfer from the front office to the field, so that Galliani can keep calling the shots from behind the scenes...time will tell.  About Leonardo as a player- I felt injuries messed up his potential to have a bigger impact....I also felt like he was competent in multiple places on the pitch without really being great at any one position- just my impression of him. 


Ah wonder if Leandro's appointment have a lot to do with trying to keep Kaka?

Anyways....one of my favourite ballas.  Skillful and cerebral fuh days.  Started off as a winger who was converted to left wing back for the Brazilian team.  Outrageous ability.  Moved to midfield with PSG and Milan.  Would be interesting to see him on the coaching side.

Good luck Leandro and thanks for everything Carlo!  A true Rossineri great!

Ah like how yuh keep callin' de man Leandro  ;D ...another great Brazilian winger/defender from the 80's...

About Ancellotti, though he had more success in his career at Milan because he was at the club during a time when they were a ridiculous powerhouse, I think he's considered a Roma legend just as much (if not more).  I believe that's where most of his career was spent and I think that's the club that many associate with him....I wonder if Roma will try to snag him up....

On a completely separate note...under all that talk about Brazilian skill...enjoy:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZxvYy5-ekI
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: Big Magician on May 31, 2009, 04:15:12 PM
he elbow real good too Palos...ask Tab ramos.. but top player

Ancelotti is Scolari  11

and yes

WE BEATING COSTA RICA
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: makaveli on May 31, 2009, 04:30:11 PM
I always knew Leonardo remained linked to the club after his retirement, but I always saw him as more of a management type fella than as a coach.  Cyah judge a book by it's (perceived) cover.  He was one of my favorite Brizilian players, had skill for days and was a great dribbler.......interesting to see what he can do with this team.

Yeah Leonardo always gave the appearance that he was more of a front-office guy.  I hope this is not a strategic move by the dictatorship at that club to have one of the yes men transfer from the front office to the field, so that Galliani can keep calling the shots from behind the scenes...time will tell.  About Leonardo as a player- I felt injuries messed up his potential to have a bigger impact....I also felt like he was competent in multiple places on the pitch without really being great at any one position- just my impression of him. 


Ah wonder if Leandro's appointment have a lot to do with trying to keep Kaka?

Anyways....one of my favourite ballas.  Skillful and cerebral fuh days.  Started off as a winger who was converted to left wing back for the Brazilian team.  Outrageous ability.  Moved to midfield with PSG and Milan.  Would be interesting to see him on the coaching side.

Good luck Leandro and thanks for everything Carlo!  A true Rossineri great!

Ah like how yuh keep callin' de man Leandro  ;D ...another great Brazilian winger/defender from the 80's...

About Ancellotti, though he had more success in his career at Milan because he was at the club during a time when they were a ridiculous powerhouse, I think he's considered a Roma legend just as much (if not more).  I believe that's where most of his career was spent and I think that's the club that many associate with him....I wonder if Roma will try to snag him up....

On a completely separate note...under all that talk about Brazilian skill...enjoy:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZxvYy5-ekI

good stuff
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: dinho on May 31, 2009, 04:52:18 PM
thanks for that video kicker. that make meh sunday afternoon...

anyhow back to the topic at hand.

i eh lying when ah say i kinda skeptical about the ancelotti appointment. Never coached outside of Italy, and uncertain how his style and tactics will adapt to the prem.. I guess is just to wait and see, but i hope it works out..

Personally i wouldve liked to see Chelsea make a play for Zola/Steve Clarke who are doing an excellent job at West Ham.
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: nnyman18 on May 31, 2009, 05:11:22 PM
Whey boy kicker yuh have a big man getting all emotional all over again watching that clip. The were spot on with that number one goal. Ah remember Alvin and them making big scene over it on the sports news that night because people were arguing that he flicked it up with one foot and scored with the next while other were saying he did it all with one foot. Ah wish men could ah see the goal Socrates score from behind the GOAL. From that angle the camera man and all get shake because the ball swerve so much he followed the shot until it bent in the goal. Man yuh bring back some memories day boy. That lost against italy in 9182 remains meh most painful lost as a Brazilian fan. Ah didn't even k now meh man Tele past away either. Ah gone with that one yes
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: freakazoid on May 31, 2009, 06:38:35 PM
http://www.youtube.com/v/zZxvYy5-ekI

after watching this clip i have to say the more things change the more they stay the same
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: Mango Chow! on May 31, 2009, 08:25:55 PM
Well said, Zoid, very well said! Yuh doh know what true love is until you have children, and yuh never feel a tabanca like Brazil make we (their fans) feel it in '82.....and again in '86, (and '90) but '82 was the real heart breaker!   



  Thanks for the clip, Kicker, but ah doh appreciate that we only get a nanosecond glimpse of the free-kick against Argentina, and that it wasn't included in the 11......they shoulda jes' make it TWELVE!
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: sweetiepaper on May 31, 2009, 09:28:58 PM
That special. To me the MY best Brazil team I saw. This was my 1st big heartbreak in football.
This should be in a post by itself.
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: palos on May 31, 2009, 09:43:46 PM
I only ever cry twice in my life over football

1 - Brazil vs Italy WC 1982

2 - T&T vs Sweden WC 2006


1989 T&T vs USA...I was too NUMB to do anyting.  Couldn't cry, couldn't talk, nutting.
Title: Carlo Ancelotti confirmed as new Chelsea coach
Post by: freakazoid on June 01, 2009, 03:58:43 AM
Carlo Ancelotti confirmed as new Chelsea coach

By Soccernet staff

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Chelsea have confirmed the appointment of Carlo Ancelotti as their new manager, just a day after the exit of Guus Hiddink.

Carlo Ancelotti

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Ancelotti's twin Champions League wins make him an outstanding manager.

The Italian succeeds Hiddink, whose short stint at Stamford Bridge ended after Saturday's FA Cup final victory over Everton.

Ancelotti, who has long been linked with the Stamford Bridge post, left AC Milan by mutual consent on Sunday.

A statement on their official website read: ''Chelsea Football Club is delighted to announce that Carlo Ancelotti has agreed to become our new manager. He has signed a three year contract and will start on July 1, 2009.

''Carlo was the outstanding candidate for the job. He has proved over a long period his ability to build teams that challenged for, and have been successful in, major domestic and European competitions.

''He also had a highly successful playing career in those competitions and therefore brings unparalleled all round experience to the job.

''We are sure everybody at Chelsea will give him a warm welcome and we are all looking forward to working with him.''

Ancelotti, 50 later this month, twice won the Champions League, in 2003 and 2007, and the Serie A title in 2004 during his eight years in charge at Milan. He has previously coached at Reggiana, Parma and Juventus.

His track record of success dates back to his playing days when he also won two league titles and two European Cups with Milan and he becomes the fourth Chelsea manager in 21 months following Jose Mourinho, Avram Grant, Luiz Felipe Scolari and Hiddink.
Title: Re: Carlo Ancelotti confirmed as new Chelsea coach
Post by: freakazoid on June 01, 2009, 04:29:51 AM
Fresh from celebrating his team's FA Cup Final victory John Terry has called on Roman Abramovich to bankroll Carlo Ancelotti.

Franck Ribery

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Ribery: wanted by Terry.

Having agreed to leave AC Milan on Sunday night, Ancelotti has been announced as the Blues' new boss, despite rumoured late interest from Real Madrid, and will be interested to hear the thoughts of his new skipper.

Terry believes that the club needs players as well as a manager, and is keen to aim high, asserting that "the likes of Franck Ribery and David Villa are the kind of players we want".

Chelsea ended their two-year trophy drought with their FA Cup success, and Terry wants them to use that success as a springboard to go on and win more trophies:

"We want to attract the best to Chelsea. If we can do that, with successes like the FA Cup and pushing for the Premier League again next season, we're going to get players like Ribery and Villa".


i feel makalele was right about john terry.
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: Mango Chow! on June 01, 2009, 07:23:04 AM
I only ever cry twice in my life over football



:rotfl: :rotfl:    Palos, like me and you is friggin' SIAMESE TWIN boy!!

1 - Brazil vs Italy WC 1982 
   
    Remember what HEAVY favourites Brazil were, even coming IN to the WC?!  Remember the game they had played against England before the tournament when Eder took a free-kick that hit Ray Wilkins standing in the wall and knock 'im out cold?  Ah was still :'( over Bob's death and was looking to Brazil to win this thing to lift meh spirits.......all Brazil needed was a draw.........if only Serginho woulda score one or two of the easy goals he trow-way!  >:(

2 - T&T vs Sweden WC 2006

   Even though they messed it up, the sound of our National Anthem at a WC created some of the most unexplainable feelings a grown man could ever try to explain.  (tears of anger was to follow in Kaiserslautern!) 


1989 T&T vs USA...I was too NUMB to do anyting.  Couldn't cry, couldn't talk, nutting.

        Initially, at the final whistle, that was my same, exact feeling.  But when espn wrap up the programming by showing the the contrast between the small American contingent in gleeful exuberance and pan the crowd of so many of my people in heartbroken tears....boy!....if yuh woulda see dat yuh woulda :'( like me, too.  I'm SURE of it!

 


 



















( >:( Leo is a MC boy!!)
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: palos on June 01, 2009, 08:21:11 AM
That special. To me the MY best Brazil team I saw. This was my 1st big heartbreak in football.
This should be in a post by itself.

To me...dat is de best football team EVER!

Greater dan Brazil 70

Greater dan Baresi's Milan

Greater dan Barca 2K9


True..they didn't win...but dey have people talkin bout dem to dis day.  Few remember Italy in 2006...or Germany in 1990....but EVERYBODY remember's Brazil 1982 and their amazing cast of football magicians...and 2 GOATS!  >:(
Title: Re: Carlo Ancelotti confirmed as new Chelsea coach
Post by: Disgruntled_Trini on June 01, 2009, 09:34:46 AM
3 coaches in one year

Chelsea is fast becoming the English version of Real Madrid.
Title: Re: Carlo Ancelotti confirmed as new Chelsea coach
Post by: sammy on June 01, 2009, 10:07:02 AM
3 coaches in one year

Chelsea is fast becoming the English version of Real Madrid.

I know Madrid is u sworn enemy, but no need to put them down so bad... :rotfl:
Title: Re: Carlo Ancelotti confirmed as new Chelsea coach
Post by: Tenorsaw on June 01, 2009, 11:10:12 AM
Good fit, if you ask me.  He was accustomed to working with an owner who exerted considerable control over player personnel, much like what he will have to face at Chelsea. 
Title: Re: Carlo Ancelotti confirmed as new Chelsea coach
Post by: Toppa on June 01, 2009, 11:30:11 AM
3 coaches in one year

Chelsea is fast becoming the English version of Real Madrid.

Why yuh doh mind yuh business.
Title: Re: Carlo Ancelotti confirmed as new Chelsea coach
Post by: Disgruntled_Trini on June 01, 2009, 11:55:45 AM
3 coaches in one year

Chelsea is fast becoming the English version of Real Madrid.

Why yuh doh mind yuh business.

Just stating facts bredren.
Title: Re: Carlo Ancelotti confirmed as new Chelsea coach
Post by: Toppa on June 01, 2009, 11:58:14 AM
3 coaches in one year

Chelsea is fast becoming the English version of Real Madrid.

Why yuh doh mind yuh business.

Just stating facts bredren.

Sistren
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: Fyzoman on June 01, 2009, 12:10:10 PM
I only ever cry twice in my life over football

1 - Brazil vs Italy WC 1982

2 - T&T vs Sweden WC 2006


1989 T&T vs USA...I was too NUMB to do anyting.  Couldn't cry, couldn't talk, nutting.

ah hear yuh palos, i have to include de Bahrain game though, as ah big man ah was ah basket case for dat one, i couldn't stop crying nah....about de highlights, give thanks kicker!!!!

it remind why ah so skillfull and how even now at 46 (and slow) ah does be one ah de only meh in sweat, constantly backheeling and dummying any chance ah get, and ha men wondering if ah is ah dreadlocked brazilian ;D

nah dat bring back rel memories.
Title: Re: Carlo Ancelotti confirmed as new Chelsea coach
Post by: Filho on June 01, 2009, 02:44:17 PM
Good fit, if you ask me.  He was accustomed to working with an owner who exerted considerable control over player personnel, much like what he will have to face at Chelsea. 

yup. Carlo turning out ot be the ultimate yes man.
Title: Re: Carlo Ancelotti confirmed as new Chelsea coach
Post by: giggsy11 on June 01, 2009, 06:16:47 PM
I am sure he will be happy for the opportunity to finally manage a 'young' side! Oh yeah Terry will be calling the shots, blasted rat!
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: weary1969 on June 01, 2009, 06:27:52 PM
I only ever cry twice in my life over football

1 - Brazil vs Italy WC 1982

2 - T&T vs Sweden WC 2006


1989 T&T vs USA...I was too NUMB to do anyting.  Couldn't cry, couldn't talk, nutting.

Almost cry but I feel Brazil v France was worse in 86. Dat was good prep 4 Nov 19th was never so devasted over a sporting event.
Title: Re: Carlo Ancelotti confirmed as new Chelsea coach
Post by: Big Magician on June 01, 2009, 10:19:14 PM
WE BEATING COSTA RICA
Title: Re: Ancelotti leaves Milan to clear way to Bridge
Post by: Observer on June 03, 2009, 07:19:22 AM
Well said, Zoid, very well said! Yuh doh know what true love is until you have children, and yuh never feel a tabanca like Brazil make we (their fans) feel it in '82.....and again in '86, (and '90) but '82 was the real heart breaker!   



  Thanks for the clip, Kicker, but ah doh appreciate that we only get a nanosecond glimpse of the free-kick against Argentina, and that it wasn't included in the 11......they shoulda jes' make it TWELVE!

Heart break yes! but memorable football of quality. those teams lost and people still talk about them more than the teams that beat them. quite a few teams fall into that bracket, Holland 74 and 2000, and France 82
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on June 03, 2009, 03:38:25 PM
this would be a blow.


Carvalho ready to leave Chelsea

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/teams/c/chelsea/8081914.stm (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/teams/c/chelsea/8081914.stm)

(http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/45863000/jpg/_45863957_carvalho226.jpg)
Carvalho is frustrated by his lack of opportunities at Chelsea

Chelsea centre-back Ricardo Carvalho has made it clear he is ready to leave Stamford Bridge this summer in search of first-team football.

The Portugal international, 31, is unhappy that he made only 18 appearances for the Blues last season.

"I have had four extraordinary years at Chelsea until this year, which has not been very good - indeed it was the worst of my career," he said.

"I am available for a club who wishes to have me."

Carvalho joined Chelsea from Porto in July 2004 for a fee of about £20m and has played 174 times for the club, helping them to win two Premier League titles, two League Cups and an FA Cup.

But he was hampered by injuries last season, suffering knee ligament damage and a thigh problem that kept him out for almost two months.

Carvalho admitted "I wasn't in great shape" but insisted it was because he had not played many matches.

Looking to the future, he added: "I am delighted that several clubs are interested in me. But before being approached, an agreement must be found with Chelsea."

Carvalho last played for Chelsea in the 4-4 draw with Liverpool in the Champions League quarter-final second leg on 14 April.

And he appeared to be out of favour under interim Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink, prompting his declaration of intent to move on.

However, Carvalho appeared to leave the door open for reassessment under incoming manger Carlo Ancelotti, who officially takes over on 1 July.

"If there is no transfer, I will be fine at Chelsea," he said.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on July 01, 2009, 04:48:31 PM
Interesting article from Paul Parker written on June 9th 2009

Who is Paul Parker?
Quote
Paul Parker enjoyed a distinguished career for club and country. The versatile defender won 19 England caps and played the 1990 World Cup semi-final against West Germany. After spells at Fulham and QPR, Paul joined Manchester United in 1991, where he helped the club claim their first league title for 26 years, and won the Double twice. During six seasons at Old Trafford, he played with legends such as Eric Cantona, Roy Keane and David Beckham.

http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/football/paul-parker/article/8736/ (http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/football/paul-parker/article/8736/)

Quote
Kaka deal shows up Chelsea
Tue Jun 09 12:03PM
 
The £58 million Real Madrid paid for Kaka is a lot of money, but there can be no doubt he is a supreme talent and Real know what they are getting.

It is a massive sum, but not all that surprising in today's world. Milan were simply not in a position to turn that sort of money down.

Although Manchester City fans will say the fee could have been £40m more if Kaka had signed for them, I don't think that was ever going to happen. City were not the right club for him.

You also have to say the deal represents another failure in the transfer market for Chelsea, who have really struggled to make the 'fantasy' signings Roman Abramovich wanted when he bought the club.

While they denied making a formal bid for Kaka, they were certainly interested and it would be naive to think they were not involved in negotiations on some level.

It is hard for them because they just do not have a prestigious enough name to sign the very top players.

They have had five years of success, but that is not enough to build the kind of reputation that Real enjoy, with their countless domestic titles and nine European Cups. A few barren years do not affect them as much because of their glittering history.

I think most players would rather sign for Liverpool than Chelsea, even though they have not won the league for 19 years.

When I signed for Manchester United they had gone 25 years without winning the league but that certainly did not put me off. If anything, it was an incentive.

If a club has a dry spell, the rewards and accolades will be all the greater if you can help them end the drought. Imagine the glory and adulation for the Liverpool squad that finally wins the Premier League.

Kaka can expect something similar if he helps Real return to the top of the pile in Spain.
Many people who saw Real's defending last season might say they should concentrate on strengthening at the back, but what they need more than any individual player is the team spirit and unity that Barcelona have.

It obviously helps to have a midfielder who can rival Xavi and Andres Iniesta for technical ability, but it will count for nothing unless Real find some cohesion, which was sadly lacking last season.

One thing you can say about Kaka is that he is not a prima donna, and seems fairly humble. He will work hard for the team and keep his nose clean. Any club in the world would love to have him.

We all know about Real president Florentino Perez's formula for buying success through 'Galacticos', and he has shown that it can work.

It will certainly add interest to the Spanish league. At the moment, people really want to watch Barcelona, but Kaka's arrival at their big rivals will immediately make Real more attractive and interesting to neutrals, and hopefully it will spice up the Liga title race.

Parker tries to argue that Chelsea's inability to sign Kaka shows them up. If there is any truth to the allegations that Chelsea pursued Kaka, then Chelsea was shown up by a bigger team - Real, and there is no shame in that.

However, things have changed alot since June 9th 2009 and Manchester United have been shown up by Real Madrid in taking away their star player: Cristiano Ronaldo. Manchester City have shown them up by taking away one of their longest running targets - Roque Santa Cruz. Carlos Tevez walked out on them. Franck Ribery has ignored everything they have said to him thus far. Just today alone, another one of their targets, Karim Benzema was snuffed out from under them by Real Madrid.

Here's how Barcelona showed up a Manchester United squad featuring Paul Parker in 94 who admitted that Hristo Stoichkov was cheeky and Romario was arrogant but fast

http://www.youtube.com/v/2A4OcyS2KPM

... and as for all the players would rather sign for Liverpool than Chelsea, even though they have not won the league for 19 years ... the only one on that list is Glenn Johnson (who was ushered out of Chelsea some years ago - and who is grossly overpriced - RE: Robbie Keane saga last year). So far this transfer season, all the players would rather sign for any team BUT Manchester United.

Glory Glory
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on July 01, 2009, 07:04:15 PM
Interesting article from Paul Parker written on June 9th 2009

Who is Paul Parker?
Quote
Paul Parker enjoyed a distinguished career for club and country. The versatile defender won 19 England caps and played the 1990 World Cup semi-final against West Germany. After spells at Fulham and QPR, Paul joined Manchester United in 1991, where he helped the club claim their first league title for 26 years, and won the Double twice. During six seasons at Old Trafford, he played with legends such as Eric Cantona, Roy Keane and David Beckham.

http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/football/paul-parker/article/8736/ (http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/football/paul-parker/article/8736/)

Quote
Kaka deal shows up Chelsea
Tue Jun 09 12:03PM
 
The £58 million Real Madrid paid for Kaka is a lot of money, but there can be no doubt he is a supreme talent and Real know what they are getting.

It is a massive sum, but not all that surprising in today's world. Milan were simply not in a position to turn that sort of money down.

Although Manchester City fans will say the fee could have been £40m more if Kaka had signed for them, I don't think that was ever going to happen. City were not the right club for him.

You also have to say the deal represents another failure in the transfer market for Chelsea, who have really struggled to make the 'fantasy' signings Roman Abramovich wanted when he bought the club.

While they denied making a formal bid for Kaka, they were certainly interested and it would be naive to think they were not involved in negotiations on some level.

It is hard for them because they just do not have a prestigious enough name to sign the very top players.

They have had five years of success, but that is not enough to build the kind of reputation that Real enjoy, with their countless domestic titles and nine European Cups. A few barren years do not affect them as much because of their glittering history.

I think most players would rather sign for Liverpool than Chelsea, even though they have not won the league for 19 years.

When I signed for Manchester United they had gone 25 years without winning the league but that certainly did not put me off. If anything, it was an incentive.

If a club has a dry spell, the rewards and accolades will be all the greater if you can help them end the drought. Imagine the glory and adulation for the Liverpool squad that finally wins the Premier League.

Kaka can expect something similar if he helps Real return to the top of the pile in Spain.
Many people who saw Real's defending last season might say they should concentrate on strengthening at the back, but what they need more than any individual player is the team spirit and unity that Barcelona have.

It obviously helps to have a midfielder who can rival Xavi and Andres Iniesta for technical ability, but it will count for nothing unless Real find some cohesion, which was sadly lacking last season.

One thing you can say about Kaka is that he is not a prima donna, and seems fairly humble. He will work hard for the team and keep his nose clean. Any club in the world would love to have him.

We all know about Real president Florentino Perez's formula for buying success through 'Galacticos', and he has shown that it can work.

It will certainly add interest to the Spanish league. At the moment, people really want to watch Barcelona, but Kaka's arrival at their big rivals will immediately make Real more attractive and interesting to neutrals, and hopefully it will spice up the Liga title race.

Parker tries to argue that Chelsea's inability to sign Kaka shows them up. If there is any truth to the allegations that Chelsea pursued Kaka, then Chelsea was shown up by a bigger team - Real, and there is no shame in that.

However, things have changed alot since June 9th 2009 and Manchester United have been shown up by Real Madrid in taking away their star player: Cristiano Ronaldo. Manchester City have shown them up by taking away one of their longest running targets - Roque Santa Cruz. Carlos Tevez walked out on them. Franck Ribery has ignored everything they have said to him thus far. Just today alone, another one of their targets, Karim Benzema was snuffed out from under them by Real Madrid.

Here's how Barcelona showed up a Manchester United squad featuring Paul Parker in 94 who admitted that Hristo Stoichkov was cheeky and Romario was arrogant but fast

http://www.youtube.com/v/2A4OcyS2KPM

... and as for all the players would rather sign for Liverpool than Chelsea, even though they have not won the league for 19 years ... the only one on that list is Glenn Johnson (who was ushered out of Chelsea some years ago - and who is grossly overpriced - RE: Robbie Keane saga last year). So far this transfer season, all the players would rather sign for any team BUT Manchester United.

Glory Glory


  ....and Glenn Johnson, while having some potential, at the time was too much of a liability with all the brainless errors he was making in that back line, so if he feel that by signing for liverfool he was getting back at Chelsea for them having "ushered him out" he need to understand that he was "ushered out" for very good reason.   I like this post, acb.   MUHAHA FOREVER!!! :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: SOBRIQUET on July 06, 2009, 05:05:58 AM
http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11661_5416676,00.html

Chelsea agree Zhirkov deal

Chelsea have signed Russian international Yuri Zhirkov from CSKA Moscow for a reported £18m fee.

The 25-year-old left-back, who has played 28 times for Russia, came to prominence during Euro 2008 when the national side reached the semi-finals.

Zhirkov, who can also play in midfield, has joined on a four-year deal.

New Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti confirmed the signing at first official news conference saying: "Zhirkov is naturally on the left."

He added: "I think he can do all the work and can play in defence and in between."

The Russian utility player is Chelsea's third signing of the summer, following the arrivals of goalkeeper Ross Turnbull and striker Daniel Sturridge.

During his time with CSKA Moscow, Zhirkov helped the Russian club win the Uefa Cup, scoring the second goal in the 3-1 win over Sporting Lisbon.

Zhirkov flew to London onday and underwent a medical before completing his transfer.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on July 18, 2009, 01:16:41 PM
LIVE LINK:

http://www.atdhe.net/8058/watch-seattle-sounders-vs-chelsea (http://www.atdhe.net/8058/watch-seattle-sounders-vs-chelsea)

preseason versus Seattle Sounders

Deco playing holding mid.
JT starting at the back.
Sturridge upfront.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mad Scorpion a/k/a Big Bo$$ on July 18, 2009, 01:28:58 PM
Good finish from Sturridge!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on July 18, 2009, 01:29:16 PM
Chelsea 1 - Sounders 0

Sturridge 12 mins.

good goal on debut beating Keller on the far post
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Babalawo on July 18, 2009, 01:30:33 PM
drojba not playing?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mad Scorpion a/k/a Big Bo$$ on July 18, 2009, 01:31:58 PM
drojba not playing?
bench
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on July 18, 2009, 01:33:17 PM
drojba not playing?

right now Drogba and Zamora in the same boat - surplus requirements. lol.

Deco supposed to be playing Def. Mid - but Ancelotti lie - Deco pulling all the strings in the midfield and still have one helluva touch.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mad Scorpion a/k/a Big Bo$$ on July 18, 2009, 01:34:47 PM
drojba not playing?

right now Drogba and Zamora in the same boat - surplus requirements. lol.

Deco supposed to be playing Def. Mid - but Ancelotti lie - Deco pulling all the strings in the midfield and still have one helluva touch.

yuh jokin right?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on July 18, 2009, 01:36:15 PM
drojba not playing?

right now Drogba and Zamora in the same boat - surplus requirements. lol.

Deco supposed to be playing Def. Mid - but Ancelotti lie - Deco pulling all the strings in the midfield and still have one helluva touch.

yuh jokin right?

ah know yuh wouldn't take dat basket. lol.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on July 18, 2009, 01:50:29 PM
2 - 0
Lampard (35 mins)

Sturridge with the pass to Anelka, pull back to Lampard. buried.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on July 18, 2009, 01:52:39 PM
So easy.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on July 18, 2009, 02:40:15 PM
Sheva back in Blue.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on July 19, 2009, 12:21:53 AM
Sheva back in Blue.

more like blonde! wtf?

.... and how about Pizzaro back, and not staying at Bremen?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on July 19, 2009, 08:22:19 AM
Sheva back in Blue.

more like blonde! wtf?

.... and how about Pizzaro back, and not staying at Bremen?

 :rotfl:  They kept calling this blonde guy and I was confused until they showed him up close  :rotfl:

Everyone wants to win Silverware this year so they know they have to play in Blue (Real Blue, not that Sky Blue).
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on July 21, 2009, 03:39:27 PM
Chelsea vs. Inter Milan

11pm tonight

Possible Link:
http://www.atdhe.net/8165/watch-chelsea-vs-inter-milan (http://www.atdhe.net/8165/watch-chelsea-vs-inter-milan)

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on July 21, 2009, 09:26:40 PM
13 mins in
Chelsea 1 - Inter 0
Drogba 10 mins.

Easy to see why The Special One wanted Drogba and Lampard at Inter with him
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: injunchile on July 22, 2009, 11:21:48 AM
Chelsea 2vs Inter 0. Did you see that brand of football- the one touch running into space and the options to pass to players and when it got tight over to the wings. What a display.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on July 22, 2009, 02:10:30 PM
Chelsea 2vs Inter 0. Did you see that brand of football- the one touch running into space and the options to pass to players and when it got tight over to the wings. What a display.

Carlo want to try a new diamond formation up front. He try a thing with one striker and it work - then he try a thing with two strikers and it work.

Deco was looking in ominous form
Anelka was just outsprinting and burning men
Drogba was toying with defenders
Lampard and Obi Mikel take no prisoners
Ivanovic, Terry, Carvalho, Alex, A Cole show how deep Chelsea back four could run ... Bosingwa sit out.
good to see youths like Di Santo, Sturridge and Hutchinson holding it down in the middle.

beat a Champions League side 2-0 in a warmup when other big EPL sides struggling in the far east and south africa
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on July 31, 2009, 09:26:43 AM
Mutu loses appeal over huge fine

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/teams/c/chelsea/8178248.stm (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/teams/c/chelsea/8178248.stm)

Mutu rebuilt his career in Italy after being sacked by Chelsea

Adrian Mutu must pay Chelsea £14.65m after losing his appeal against a Fifa ruling for a breach of contract.

The striker, who cost the Blues £15m in 2003, was sacked a year later after he tested positive for cocaine and given a seven-month worldwide football ban.

Fifa issued the fine last year but Mutu described it as "inhumane and unjust" and outlined his intention to appeal.

However, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) has ruled against the 30-year-old, who now plays for Fiorentina.

"The Cas panel concluded that the appeal brought by the player was to be dismissed and the measure of damages, as awarded by Fifa's Dispute Resolution Chamber (DRC), was to be confirmed," said a Cas statement.
   
"Adrian Mutu must therefore pay 17,173,990 euros to Chelsea FC."

The fine, based on lost earnings, was calculated on the length of time Mutu's contract had left to run, and was the highest ever handed down by Fifa.

After being sacked by Chelsea and serving his ban, the Romanian joined Juventus in January 2005, and at the end of the following season he moved to his current side, Fiorentina.

When Fifa announced its verdict, Chelsea welcomed it, calling it "a very significant decision for football".

The Chelsea statement continued: "Not only did the Dispute Resolution Chamber make us a very significant monetary award, it also recognised the damaging effect incidents involving drugs have on football and the responsibility we all have in this area."

The latest ruling is third time that Cas has been involved in the case.

"In 2005, Cas confirmed the decision of the Football Association Premier League Appeals Committee finding that, because of a positive doping test, Mutu had committed a breach of the employment contract without just cause," added the Cas statement.

"In 2007, Cas set aside a first decision by the DRC denying jurisdiction and referred the matter back to Fifa to determine and impose the appropriate sporting sanction and/or order for compensation arising out of the dispute."
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Observer on July 31, 2009, 10:28:43 AM
Carlo is a boss coach and will allow players to play their natural game. Chelsea fly out the blocks in preseason, but the race is not for the swiftest so careful. I must admit this is one team with lots of depth, could be hard to manage.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: injunchile on July 31, 2009, 11:21:25 AM
Big coach knows how to handle big players. Man City would be hard to manage.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Marcos on July 31, 2009, 01:18:01 PM
Chelsea 2vs Inter 0. Did you see that brand of football- the one touch running into space and the options to pass to players and when it got tight over to the wings. What a display.

Carlo want to try a new diamond formation up front. He try a thing with one striker and it work - then he try a thing with two strikers and it work.

Deco was looking in ominous form
Anelka was just outsprinting and burning men
Drogba was toying with defenders
Lampard and Obi Mikel take no prisoners
Ivanovic, Terry, Carvalho, Alex, A Cole show how deep Chelsea back four could run ... Bosingwa sit out.
good to see youths like Di Santo, Sturridge and Hutchinson holding it down in the middle.

beat a Champions League side 2-0 in a warmup when other big EPL sides struggling in the far east and south africa


Preseason really doesn't mean much esp when the levels of fitness are so different
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Observer on July 31, 2009, 05:30:43 PM
Big coach knows how to handle big players. Man City would be hard to manage.

Tell that to Big Phil  & Mourinho ;D  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on July 31, 2009, 07:53:55 PM
damn good for Mutu ... if you want to party and ski yuh nose down mountains of coke in the back of the club - it good.

The Blues could take that extra $25M and increase their raid for Ribery in January.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on August 29, 2009, 09:34:15 PM
Meh side jes' sailin' smooth on the high seas.......so far the scoring is up and the yellow cards are being kept to a minimum......lewwe hope it stay so.  Big match comin' up against Spurs nex' month.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: big dawg on September 12, 2009, 10:09:23 AM
2-1 Chelsea-Stoke..

were top of the table. as expected  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on September 12, 2009, 10:12:51 AM
that Drogba bullet was HARDDDD!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: STEUPS!! on September 12, 2009, 10:17:24 AM
2-1 Chelsea-Stoke..

were top of the table. as expected  ;D


nice comeback from d blues. we have a habit of winnin games in extra time boy  :-\
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kicker on September 12, 2009, 10:24:23 AM
Interested to see Chelsea play against somebody good....
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: 100% Barataria on September 12, 2009, 10:31:59 AM
Interested to see Chelsea play against somebody good....

 :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on September 12, 2009, 02:31:33 PM
Interested to see Chelsea play against somebody good....

I waitin to see how they make out to. Has any team gotten a softer sched to start a season? Roman grease some palms or something?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: giggsy11 on September 12, 2009, 03:03:54 PM
Loan recalls not an option for Blues

Updated: September 12, 2009, 10:26 AM EDT 13 comments

FIFA have told Chelsea they cannot recall any players currently away from the club on season-long loans under the terms of their transfer ban.

It is another body blow for the English club, who were banned from signing any new players during the next two transfer windows when FIFA found them guilty of inducing teenager Gael Kakuta to breach his contract with Lens two years ago.

Although the Blues intend to appeal against the punishment, coach Carlo Ancelotti was hoping to minimise the damage by recalling England Under-21 defender Michael Mancienne from Wolves, forward Scott Sinclair from Wigan and Argentinian striker Franco di Santo from Blackburn.

Di Santo can return to Stamford Bridge, as his agreement was only for half the season. But Sinclair's was for the full season and in Mancienne's case, FIFA will have to rule on whether an "emergency release clause" can be applied.

"If it's a season-long loan, it cannot be terminated in order to bring players back," said a FIFA spokesman.

The club expect to hear from the sport's world governing body in the next 10 days with their full reasoning behind the transfer ban.

The Blues then have 21 days to respond. Should their appeal fail, and further injuries occur in the next few months, they could be left short of players, particularly with the expected loss of Didier Drogba, Michael Essien, John Obi Mikel and Salomon Kalou to the African Nations Cup in January.

Ancelotti is hoping that by the turn of the year he will have both Paulo Ferreira and Joe Cole, currently sidelined with knee injuries, back in action.

"We have very good players and Joe Cole, a very important player for us, will be ready by then," said Ancelotti.

"We didn't think we would bring any new players in during January, even before this (ban) happened."

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on September 12, 2009, 03:27:09 PM
Interested to see Chelsea play against somebody good....

Dont get tie up...this year's Chelsea team is the best team we've had since we last won the title. They system Ancelotti has them playin is awesome. And IMO, the system suits Chelsea so well that, with the exception of Deco and Carvalho, they have arguably the best player in the Premiership in each starting position.

Chelsea - Man U - Nov 8th - it will be a blowout.  :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kicker on September 12, 2009, 03:33:49 PM
Interested to see Chelsea play against somebody good....

Dont get tie up...this year's Chelsea team is the best team we've had since we last won the title. They system Ancelotti has them playin is awesome. And IMO, the system suits Chelsea so well that, with the exception of Deco and Carvalho, they have arguably the best player in the Premiership in each starting position.

Chelsea - Man U - Nov 8th - it will be a blowout.  :beermug:

Just curious as to how they will look against some quality opposition...
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: MarylandTrini on September 12, 2009, 03:40:37 PM
Terry punched me in kidneys: Croatia's Klasnic

LONDON (AFP) – Croatia striker Ivan Klasnic has accused England captain John Terry of punching him in the kidneys during Wednesday's World Cup qualifier.

Terry claimed Klasnic spat at him during the closing stages of England's 5-1 win at Wembley and the Croatian has responded with an allegation of his own.

Klasnic had a double kidney transplant in 2007 and the forward, currently on loan at Bolton from Nantes, feels Terry was deliberately trying to cause damage to that area.

"He hit me with a fist exactly in the place where I've been operated," he told The Sun.

"I was lucky to be wearing a protective belt. He is the first player who has tried to hit me with purpose in the kidney. He insulted me first then hit me.

"And now he has accused me of spitting at him? I didn't do it.

"We spoke after the final whistle and I thought we sorted everything out, but obviously not so."

http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20090911/sp_soccer_afp/fblwc2010eurengcroterryklasnic_20090911112113
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on September 12, 2009, 03:54:39 PM
Interested to see Chelsea play against somebody good....

Dont get tie up...this year's Chelsea team is the best team we've had since we last won the title. They system Ancelotti has them playin is awesome. And IMO, the system suits Chelsea so well that, with the exception of Deco and Carvalho, they have arguably the best player in the Premiership in each starting position.

Chelsea - Man U - Nov 8th - it will be a blowout.  :beermug:

Just curious as to how they will look against some quality opposition...

We steppin it up dis week...Tuesday we bussin up Porto, den Spurs on d weekend  :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bakes on September 12, 2009, 04:06:31 PM
2-1 Chelsea-Stoke..

were top of the table. as expected  ;D


nice comeback from d blues. we have a habit of winnin games in extra time boy  :-\

Stoke do some mess... yuh can't sit back and concede possession to a quality side like Chelsea and not expect to pay for it eventually.  Great turn and one time strike by Drogba... nice unselfishness by Anelka to set up the winning tally.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mad Scorpion a/k/a Big Bo$$ on September 15, 2009, 11:22:08 AM
Porto time to get ah dread sweat today!!  No Bosingwa and Drgba but is lixx all de same.  Now ah hope Ivanovic eh do shit like he have ah tendancy to do nah.  He does ha my heart beatin fast when he under defensive pressha!!  Ah feel Ballack and Anelka go distribute de poison ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on September 20, 2009, 11:00:04 AM
Interested to see Chelsea play against somebody good....

watching?

4-3 might be exciting for the fans, but say what....3-0 and we didnt even hit top gear. Champions  :beermug:




We might struggle without Drogba though.



At leat Joe Cole and Zhirkov are back 2 facilitate a decent 4-5-1, cuz Kalou is a shite replacement.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: STEUPS!! on September 20, 2009, 11:01:46 AM
big team, is big team  :beermug:

3-0 in dey pweffen!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on September 20, 2009, 11:30:41 AM
big team, is big team  :beermug:

3-0 in dey pweffen!

 :beermug:

big team could win on dey own accord - dey doh need refs to give them extra time on top of the extra time.

Ref in Chelsea game could justify 8 mins of ET - afterall, he indicated and played the 8 mins.
Ref in Man U game cannot justify the 4 mins of ET that he allow to run to 6/7.

Interesting next couple days in EPL/ FA offices.

I hope it have no English Refs in the World Cup.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on September 20, 2009, 11:37:57 AM
big team, is big team  :beermug:

3-0 in dey pweffen!

 :beermug:

big team could win on dey own accord - dey doh need refs to give them extra time on top of the extra time.

Ref in Chelsea game could justify 8 mins of ET - afterall, he indicated and played the 8 mins.
Ref in Man U game cannot justify the 4 mins of ET that he allow to run to 6/7.

Interesting next couple days in EPL/ FA offices.

I hope it have no English Refs in the World Cup.


   I really wish they would just improve their quality!!  Howard Webb, who is so regarded by many (not me) to be the best referee in the epl, I think had a shady game today again.   He missed some obvious calls against both teams, the most obvious one being the hand ball against Spurs that wasn't called.   
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on September 20, 2009, 12:22:23 PM
He missed some obvious calls against both teams, the most obvious one being the hand ball against Spurs that wasn't called.   

Chow, check this. There were some very marginal calls - especially in the Chelsea penalty box, that had it been called as a penalty - not even the most biased of supporters could have argued against it.

But was that handball a make-up call, and if so, it would be ridiculous.

The thing is, the call was made. A corner was given - so the referee had to admit to himself that there was a deflection by the Spurs man.
If the referee is saying that it was a deflection but not a handball - he is plain lying.
If the referee says that it was an inadvertant handball, that is also pure BS, because the defender purposefully put him hand up in the air to strike the ball.

The referee cannot pardon himself in this situation.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on September 20, 2009, 01:22:37 PM
He missed some obvious calls against both teams, the most obvious one being the hand ball against Spurs that wasn't called.   

Chow, check this. There were some very marginal calls - especially in the Chelsea penalty box, that had it been called as a penalty - not even the most biased of supporters could have argued against it.

But was that handball a make-up call, and if so, it would be ridiculous.

The thing is, the call was made. A corner was given - so the referee had to admit to himself that there was a deflection by the Spurs man.
If the referee is saying that it was a deflection but not a handball - he is plain lying.
If the referee says that it was an inadvertant handball, that is also pure BS, because the defender purposefully put him hand up in the air to strike the ball.

The referee cannot pardon himself in this situation.


  acb jed, even the commentators were aghast in asking how in the world he could have possibly missed that call.  The non-call on Keane's attempt at winning a penalty, I felt Keane himself made a mess of that.  Yes there was contact, but football IS a contact sport (as the commentators had quite rightly pointed out themselves at some point during the broadcast) but Keane make a whole full step and then decide to lose his balance.......he would have been better off going down immediately upon contact and I would not have faulted Webb......but how in the world he didn't give jermaine defoe a yellow card following his combined grab-by-the-neck take down of Michael Essien and crunching two-footed dive-in tackle on Drogba is beyond me.   
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bakes on September 20, 2009, 01:41:22 PM
He missed some obvious calls against both teams, the most obvious one being the hand ball against Spurs that wasn't called.   

Chow, check this. There were some very marginal calls - especially in the Chelsea penalty box, that had it been called as a penalty - not even the most biased of supporters could have argued against it.

But was that handball a make-up call, and if so, it would be ridiculous.

The thing is, the call was made. A corner was given - so the referee had to admit to himself that there was a deflection by the Spurs man.
If the referee is saying that it was a deflection but not a handball - he is plain lying.
If the referee says that it was an inadvertant handball, that is also pure BS, because the defender purposefully put him hand up in the air to strike the ball.

The referee cannot pardon himself in this situation.

That was a blown call... Assou-Koto intentionally extended his hand upwards and over his head... not sure what he was thinking to be honest.

That said, Webb missed a clear penalty when Carvalho tripped Keane from behind and he went down negating a scoring opportunity.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: acb on September 20, 2009, 02:21:14 PM
how in the world he didn't give jermaine defoe a yellow card following his combined grab-by-the-neck take down of Michael Essien and crunching two-footed dive-in tackle on Drogba is beyond me.   

If the ref said he didn't see it, does the FA then intervene during the week - a la Adebayor, and slap Defoe with a suspension?

That was a blown call... Assou-Koto intentionally extended his hand upwards and over his head... not sure what he was thinking to be honest.

That said, Webb missed a clear penalty when Carvalho tripped Keane from behind and he went down negating a scoring opportunity.

I was waiting on the whistle. Very surprised he didn't call that.
A few more like that, and I wouldn't be surprised if you start hearing echoes similar to those at ManU, saying that visiting teams can't get PKs at Stamford Bridge.

The things is, not even Chelsea can get a PK awarded at home.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bakes on September 20, 2009, 02:29:27 PM
how in the world he didn't give jermaine defoe a yellow card following his combined grab-by-the-neck take down of Michael Essien and crunching two-footed dive-in tackle on Drogba is beyond me.   

If the ref said he didn't see it, does the FA then intervene during the week - a la Adebayor, and slap Defoe with a suspension?

That was a blown call... Assou-Koto intentionally extended his hand upwards and over his head... not sure what he was thinking to be honest.

That said, Webb missed a clear penalty when Carvalho tripped Keane from behind and he went down negating a scoring opportunity.

I was waiting on the whistle. Very surprised he didn't call that.
A few more like that, and I wouldn't be surprised if you start hearing echoes similar to those at ManU, saying that visiting teams can't get PKs at Stamford Bridge.

The things is, not even Chelsea can get a PK awarded at home.

Keane get penalized for being too honest in that instance.

On Defoe, the merits of the claim aside... FA would only step in if there's a case of "violent conduct" would be my guess... not just a common foul... or fowl for the ManU fans scoring at home.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on September 20, 2009, 04:15:27 PM
I am doubting that's a Pk, but a the same time I am not convinced that it wasn't. Fat I sw there was little to no contact, plus would he have had time to shoot the ball?

I don't know. It's really iffy, need to watch that a few more times.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on September 20, 2009, 10:52:05 PM
I am doubting that's a Pk, but a the same time I am not convinced that it wasn't. Fat I sw there was little to no contact, plus would he have had time to shoot the ball?

I don't know. It's really iffy, need to watch that a few more times.

     

     To me, here is where you see so often that there is no honour in this game any more (was there ever any?) Contact does not automatically constitute a foul.  Yes, Carvalho did make "contact" with Keane, but clearly he didn't "trip" him because Keane was more than able to stay on his feet, was he not? Keane then thought to himself "wait nuh, dis man now make contact wit meh....I in de box...lemme go dong now and geh a penalty" but it was too late.  If he woulda made a predetermination, like so many players do nowadays, that he was going to play for and play into the anticipated contact (stretch out a leg, etc. allyuh know wha ah talkin' bout.  Like what rooney do against Arsenal and Eduardo do against Celtic) and gone down immediately, he woulda get de call, no doubt and Webb woulda be correct in giving it.  But, as the commentators said, and some have alluded to here, he was too...."honest."  He wasn't necessarily playing for the contact nor was his brain working fast enough.  For that reason, I think Webb got that call right.   
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bakes on September 20, 2009, 11:26:28 PM
     To me, here is where you see so often that there is no honour in this game any more (was there ever any?) Contact does not automatically constitute a foul.  Yes, Carvalho did make "contact" with Keane, but clearly he didn't "trip" him because Keane was more than able to stay on his feet, was he not? Keane then thought to himself "wait nuh, dis man now make contact wit meh....I in de box...lemme go dong now and geh a penalty" but it was too late.  If he woulda made a predetermination, like so many players do nowadays, that he was going to play for and play into the anticipated contact (stretch out a leg, etc. allyuh know wha ah talkin' bout.  Like what rooney do against Arsenal and Eduardo do against Celtic) and gone down immediately, he woulda get de call, no doubt and Webb woulda be correct in giving it.  But, as the commentators said, and some have alluded to here, he was too...."honest."  He wasn't necessarily playing for the contact nor was his brain working fast enough.  For that reason, I think Webb got that call right.   

De real surprise woulda be if yuh did drop yuh fanboy-ism and say it was a missed penalty.  Watch the replay again (with objective eyes this time) and yuh'll see Carvalho clip Keane's right leg, knocking it into the left leg and causing him to stumble.  Not enough to make him actually fall, I agree... but enough to disrupt whatever scoring opportunity he had.

Nuff times de same play would happen in the outfield and even if the man ent fall de ref would look to see if any advantage was lost/gained and award a delayed foul.  The player doesn't have to go down for a foul to be called... all there has to be is enough contact to give the 'fouling' player an advantage by dispossessing the "fouled" player.

But what I know I does only kick ball on Wii...
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on September 21, 2009, 03:47:44 AM
     To me, here is where you see so often that there is no honour in this game any more (was there ever any?) Contact does not automatically constitute a foul.  Yes, Carvalho did make "contact" with Keane, but clearly he didn't "trip" him because Keane was more than able to stay on his feet, was he not? Keane then thought to himself "wait nuh, dis man now make contact wit meh....I in de box...lemme go dong now and geh a penalty" but it was too late.  If he woulda made a predetermination, like so many players do nowadays, that he was going to play for and play into the anticipated contact (stretch out a leg, etc. allyuh know wha ah talkin' bout.  Like what rooney do against Arsenal and Eduardo do against Celtic) and gone down immediately, he woulda get de call, no doubt and Webb woulda be correct in giving it.  But, as the commentators said, and some have alluded to here, he was too...."honest."  He wasn't necessarily playing for the contact nor was his brain working fast enough.  For that reason, I think Webb got that call right.   


But what I know I does only kick ball on Wii...



  This is the only part of your stupidity that amounts to being worth anywhere near a pint of piss, but it's only worth acknowledging for the length time it takes to flush and wash hands.  Have a few of these  :beermug: :beermug: :beermug: :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kicker on September 26, 2009, 11:15:03 AM
3 from Wigan?

I guess everyone deserves an off-day. 

But 3?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on September 26, 2009, 11:21:13 AM
3 from Wigan?

I guess everyone deserves an off-day. 

But 3?

Cut arse we get. I think we needed it. Can't play half way saving for another game and expect to beat the team you are playing now.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: capodetutticapi on September 26, 2009, 11:22:02 AM
good victory fuh wigan.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on September 26, 2009, 11:22:10 AM
3 from Wigan?

I guess everyone deserves an off-day. 

But 3?

  Kicker, Wigan is a side does always give we a difficult fight going back to their epl debut where Crespo save we ass in the last minute.  If you recall two? seasons ago, it was in Abramogrant's last few games of the season we failed to win a critical game against them and was a major contributor in handing the league over to manu.......Wigan doh like we at all!!    Dey eat we lunch today and hand we de paper bag to trow in de garbage!
Title: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 03, 2009, 07:02:16 PM
Ancelotti hopes to break down Redsby RivalsDM
 
Updated: October 3, 2009, 7:36 AM EDT 7 comments
Carlo Ancelotti believes Liverpool base their game on the defensive, tough-to-beat Italian sides - and he hopes Chelsea can break them down.
     
Two of the Premier League's big guns square-off at Stamford Bridge on Sunday in Ancelotti's first match against another top-four club since becoming Chelsea boss.

But it will not be the first time he has pitted his wits against Liverpool manager Benitez, who he met twice as coach of AC Milan in the 2005 and 2007 Champions League finals.

In 2005 AC Milan went 3-0 up only for Benitez's Reds to produce a stunning fightback, eventually winning on penalties. The Italian giants then triumphed two years later.

"I don't remember 2005 but I can remember 2007. Rafa only remembers 2005!" said Ancelotti.

"There is no pain in those memories. A difficult moment can teach you to improve.

"We lost an unbelievable game - it was one of the best matches for me when I was at AC Milan.

"It will remain a memory - not a positive one, but not a negative one either.

"It was fantastic for us to have revenge against Liverpool in 2007. We were sure we would win. The score is level between us now."

Ancelotti is full of admiration for Benitez's Liverpool, claiming their style would be at home in Serie A.


Premier League on FSC
 Sun., Oct. 4, 11:00 a.m. (LIVE)-
   Chelsea vs. Liverpool

 
"Rafa's teams are well organised, especially defensively, and they work very hard to win the ball. I like this kind of work," said the Italian.

"Liverpool are very hard to play against. I think Rafa has looked at a lot of matches in the Italian league.

"At AC Milan it was very hard to beat Liverpool because they don't concede opportunities in defence. I hope it would be easier tomorrow."

During his time at AC Milan, Ancelotti became aware of Fernando Torres - the brilliant Spanish striker who will spearhead Liverpool's assault on Stamford Bridge.

"Torres is fantastic because he is able to score a lot of goals with the head and with both feet. He is the complete striker," he said.

"I like this kind of player. I never tried to sign him for Milan.

"Milan had a good relationship with Atletico Madrid. We changed a lot of players but Fernando was not for sale."
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: STEUPS!! on October 04, 2009, 09:03:07 AM
BUMP  :)
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: WestCoast on October 04, 2009, 09:07:14 AM
Liverpuddle go take this one ;)
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: rotatopoti3 on October 04, 2009, 09:12:05 AM
Liverpuddle go take this one

Dat would be nice   ;D
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Mango Chow! on October 04, 2009, 09:21:59 AM
Commentator now say: "Kuyt wtih a bit of space to run into...with Lampard labouring to catch him.....and Terry took it off Torres' toe.." These american so-called commentators with so much to say during a game could learn so much with so little being said.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Tenorsaw on October 04, 2009, 09:54:57 AM
Nice contest so far..fairly even.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: kicker on October 04, 2009, 10:15:28 AM
Nice contest so far..fairly even.

fairly even- fairly boring....high on fundamental quality, technique and athleticism...woefully low on imagination, flare, or individual and collective creativity...

I haven't seen a passing sequence yet that goes beyond the routine training ground exercise

The modern game I suppose
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 04, 2009, 10:51:05 AM
as far as i see,chelsea,de only threat to united.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 04, 2009, 10:52:17 AM
malouda score.2 nil blues.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 04, 2009, 10:53:04 AM
didier with both assist.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 04, 2009, 10:53:34 AM
de israeli is one shithong.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Tenorsaw on October 04, 2009, 10:56:34 AM
Carragher is becoming a liability in the back.  When isolated, he is useless.  Anelka and Drogba got the better of him for both goals.  Time to give Agger a chance, once fully fit.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: STEUPS!! on October 04, 2009, 10:59:38 AM
DAIZ WAT WE SAYIN!!!!
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Mango Chow! on October 04, 2009, 10:59:56 AM
Carragher is becoming a liability in the back.  When isolated, he is useless.  Anelka and Drogba got the better of him for both goals.  Time to give Agger a chance, once fully fit.
 
 Age is man's ultimate liability.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: dinho on October 04, 2009, 11:00:17 AM
Carragher always getting advantage by Drogba... he is just outmatched and plus he steeply on de way downhill..

Hilario was ah real boss in goal today..

Drogba is a monster.. Liverpool not ready..

Top of the table!!
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Mango Chow! on October 04, 2009, 11:01:22 AM
Nice contest so far..fairly even.

fairly even- fairly boring....high on fundamental quality, technique and athleticism...woefully low on imagination, flare, or individual and collective creativity...

I haven't seen a passing sequence yet that goes beyond the routine training ground exercise

The modern game I suppose


  That's the English game.  If yuh want fancy passing (culminating in results) yuh have to look to Barcelona!
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Mango Chow! on October 04, 2009, 11:13:32 AM
Carragher always getting advantage by Drogba... he is just outmatched and plus he steeply on de way downhill..

Hilario was ah real boss in goal today..

Drogba is a monster.. Liverpool not ready..

Top of the table!!


   I think Carragher's career has been on the downslide while Drogba's has been on a long upswing.  Early on I have seen Carragher give Drogba beans but over the past two seasons, at least, Drogba has had the upper hand. 

  The commentators said just what I had been waitinguntil after the game to say about DDQ regarding this current debate about who the best striker is in football.  On Torres' best day, I am inclined to give him the slightest edge but his total disappearance in as big a game as this takes points away from him.  Even if Drogba is being the DQ that he his, he is making himself involved in the game, and he his fighting and pestering the defense.  Torres just disappeared today.  Just like with the John Arne Reise own goal that destroyed their CL hopes, the liverpool defense today, allowed an opponent to get past two defenders from a no-win situation to cross a ball for a goal.  Poor defending but all credit to Drogba for doing what he does best.  The ease with which he crossed that ball (with his left foot, no less) with such accuracy on the first goal was key for me.  Hilario's performance did not surprise me.       
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: palos on October 04, 2009, 12:13:40 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic

Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: kicker on October 04, 2009, 12:20:52 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic



Yuh could mix up that top 5 in any order yuh won't go wrong....but yuh hadda throw David Villa somewhere in that mix (make it a top 6  ;D)... Because it doh get much better than that inside the 18 yrd box. 
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Toppa on October 04, 2009, 12:23:44 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic



So why Ibrahimovic fifth?
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Blue on October 04, 2009, 12:25:54 PM
As a wise man once said: Be Champions  :beermug:
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Blue on October 04, 2009, 12:28:26 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic



So why Ibrahimovic fifth?

Ibrahimovic is d most talented but too inconsistent. I sorta agree wid Palos in that the only player I feel Chelsea could replace Drogba with at present is Etoo. None of the others would appeal to me right now. Still dont understand how Barca felt dat Etoo + 40 mil was a good deal.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: palos on October 04, 2009, 12:48:27 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic



Yuh could mix up that top 5 in any order yuh won't go wrong....but yuh hadda throw David Villa somewhere in that mix (make it a top 6  ;D)... Because it doh get much better than that inside the 18 yrd box. 

Fuh real.  David Villa is poison.  But it only have room for 5 in a Top 5  8)

Yuh know who ah like BAD BAD....Amauri from Juventus.  Dat SICK sah! 

Right now Di Natale from Udinese is de SUN itself.....9 goals in 7 games?  IN ITALY??  Unheard of!

For me, Villa would head de other 5 in a top 10:

6 - David Villa
7 - Pato
8 - Totti
9 - Amauri
10 - Rooney
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on October 04, 2009, 01:12:47 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic


Ibrahimovic ever score in ah big CL match?

Ibra could carry side? steups
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: palos on October 04, 2009, 01:27:33 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic


Ibrahimovic ever score in ah big CL match?

Ibra could carry side? steups

What side Eto'o ever carry?
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Mango Chow! on October 04, 2009, 01:29:47 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic



   I partially agree with you.....because Eto'o is the very best in my book.  The only thing I don't like about Ibra is that alot of times he plays as if he has alot more of himself to give to the game but just won't give it. 
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Mango Chow! on October 04, 2009, 01:31:34 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic



Yuh could mix up that top 5 in any order yuh won't go wrong....but yuh hadda throw David Villa somewhere in that mix (make it a top 6  ;D)... Because it doh get much better than that inside the 18 yrd box. 

Fuh real.  David Villa is poison.  But it only have room for 5 in a Top 5  8)

Yuh know who ah like BAD BAD....Amauri from Juventus.  Dat SICK sah! 

Right now Di Natale from Udinese is de SUN itself.....9 goals in 7 games?  IN ITALY??  Unheard of!

For me, Villa would head de other 5 in a top 10:

6 - David Villa
7 - Pato
8 - Totti
9 - Amauri
10 - Rooney


  I don't know WHY Dunga doh act quick and run out Amauri in a international fuh Brazil!!  ???
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: palos on October 04, 2009, 01:33:02 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic



   I partially agree with you.....because Eto'o is the very best in my book.  The only thing I don't like about Ibra is that alot of times he plays as if he has alot more of himself to give to the game but just won't give it. 

That's why I have him as #5 and why he won't be #1 FOR ME due to his lack of consistency.

But when he's ON...there's NOBODY better IMO.

He also has 5 goals & 2 assists in 6 games for Barca this La Liga season.  I don't think they could ask for more of him thus far.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Mango Chow! on October 04, 2009, 01:39:33 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic



   I partially agree with you.....because Eto'o is the very best in my book.  The only thing I don't like about Ibra is that alot of times he plays as if he has alot more of himself to give to the game but just won't give it. 

That's why I have him as #5 and why he won't be #1 FOR ME due to his lack of consistency.

But when he's ON...there's NOBODY better IMO.

He also has 5 goals & 2 assists in 6 games for Barca this La Liga season.  I don't think they could ask for more of him thus far.


   Well, that depends......maybe yuh might watch de replays and see he coulda easily score 8 and have 5 assists in 5 games.  ;D
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: palos on October 04, 2009, 01:40:18 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic



Yuh could mix up that top 5 in any order yuh won't go wrong....but yuh hadda throw David Villa somewhere in that mix (make it a top 6  ;D)... Because it doh get much better than that inside the 18 yrd box. 

Fuh real.  David Villa is poison.  But it only have room for 5 in a Top 5  8)

Yuh know who ah like BAD BAD....Amauri from Juventus.  Dat SICK sah! 

Right now Di Natale from Udinese is de SUN itself.....9 goals in 7 games?  IN ITALY??  Unheard of!

For me, Villa would head de other 5 in a top 10:

6 - David Villa
7 - Pato
8 - Totti
9 - Amauri
10 - Rooney


  I don't know WHY Dunga doh act quick and run out Amauri in a international fuh Brazil!!  ???

In a way...I understand Dunga's predicament.  Yuh have Pato & Nilmar as next after Fabiano.  Nilmar get a chance and score a hat trick against Chile.  Pato is de future if not de now.  Where Amauri fittin een?  Simply too much competition in Brazil.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on October 04, 2009, 01:41:20 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic


Ibrahimovic ever score in ah big CL match?

Ibra could carry side? steups

What side Eto'o ever carry?

Eto'o score in 2 Champions League finals..

Eto'o fed up score in Clasicos..

When Ronaldinho simmer down it was Eto'o and Messi carrying Barca..

Eto'o carry Mallorca..

Ibrahimovic have plenty more to put on he CV to come close.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Mango Chow! on October 04, 2009, 01:46:34 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic



Yuh could mix up that top 5 in any order yuh won't go wrong....but yuh hadda throw David Villa somewhere in that mix (make it a top 6  ;D)... Because it doh get much better than that inside the 18 yrd box. 

Fuh real.  David Villa is poison.  But it only have room for 5 in a Top 5  8)

Yuh know who ah like BAD BAD....Amauri from Juventus.  Dat SICK sah! 

Right now Di Natale from Udinese is de SUN itself.....9 goals in 7 games?  IN ITALY??  Unheard of!

For me, Villa would head de other 5 in a top 10:

6 - David Villa
7 - Pato
8 - Totti
9 - Amauri
10 - Rooney


  I don't know WHY Dunga doh act quick and run out Amauri in a international fuh Brazil!!  ???

In a way...I understand Dunga's predicament.  Yuh have Pato & Nilmar as next after Fabiano.  Nilmar get a chance and score a hat trick against Chile.  Pato is de future if not de now.  Where Amauri fittin een?  Simply too much competition in Brazil.

  I like to be GREEDY!!  I rather have he ass on de bench or as a back up prospect pushing the competitive edge for the upcoming WC or in case man get hurt.  Remember what happen to Brazil when Romario get injured just before France '98?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: WestCoast on October 04, 2009, 01:50:59 PM
well done Blues :applause:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on October 04, 2009, 02:01:08 PM
Anyone recorded this game and have it for download?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: palos on October 04, 2009, 02:13:05 PM

Eto'o score in 2 Champions League finals..

What CL Final Ibrahimovic played in?


Quote
Eto'o fed up score in Clasicos..

You sayin Ibrahimovic never score against Milan while playing for Inter?

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When Ronaldinho simmer down it was Eto'o and Messi carrying Barca..

Get forkane real!  Ronaldinho...den Messi.  Eto'o never "carry" nobody.

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Eto'o carry Mallorca..

Who?  Where?

Quote
Ibrahimovic have plenty more to put on he CV to come close.

Like u tryin to be deliberately obtuse or wha?  When BOTH on their best day, Ibrahimovic is better.  Eto'o is more consistent.  Which is why I rate Eto'o as #1 currently and Ibra as 5.  You jes lookin fuh ole talk.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Blue on October 04, 2009, 02:24:29 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic



Yuh could mix up that top 5 in any order yuh won't go wrong....but yuh hadda throw David Villa somewhere in that mix (make it a top 6  ;D)... Because it doh get much better than that inside the 18 yrd box. 

Fuh real.  David Villa is poison.  But it only have room for 5 in a Top 5  8)

Yuh know who ah like BAD BAD....Amauri from Juventus.  Dat SICK sah! 

Right now Di Natale from Udinese is de SUN itself.....9 goals in 7 games?  IN ITALY??  Unheard of!

For me, Villa would head de other 5 in a top 10:

6 - David Villa
7 - Pato
8 - Totti
9 - Amauri
10 - Rooney


  I don't know WHY Dunga doh act quick and run out Amauri in a international fuh Brazil!!  ???

In a way...I understand Dunga's predicament.  Yuh have Pato & Nilmar as next after Fabiano.  Nilmar get a chance and score a hat trick against Chile.  Pato is de future if not de now.  Where Amauri fittin een?  Simply too much competition in Brazil.

Pato is not really in d picture, iz Fabiano, Adriano (who is back in form it seems) and Nilmar. Pato is overhyped anyway, he will never (daz right, never) be a star boy like Ronaldo, Ronaldinho or Robinho. Never. Hype.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: palos on October 04, 2009, 02:25:50 PM
Pato is not really in d picture, iz Fabiano, Adriano (who is back in form it seems) and Nilmar. Pato is overhyped anyway, he will never (daz right, never) be a star boy like Ronaldo, Ronaldinho or Robinho. Never. Hype.

I respectfully and heartily disagree.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 04, 2009, 04:38:31 PM
so if liverpool did win allyuh woulda put it in de liverpool thread.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: WestCoast on October 04, 2009, 04:39:45 PM
so if liverpool did win allyuh woulda put it in de liverpool thread.
I'll give you one guess :whistling:

 ;D
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: sammy on October 04, 2009, 06:05:44 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic



Yuh could mix up that top 5 in any order yuh won't go wrong....but yuh hadda throw David Villa somewhere in that mix (make it a top 6  ;D)... Because it doh get much better than that inside the 18 yrd box. 

Fuh real.  David Villa is poison.  But it only have room for 5 in a Top 5  8)

Yuh know who ah like BAD BAD....Amauri from Juventus.  Dat SICK sah! 

Right now Di Natale from Udinese is de SUN itself.....9 goals in 7 games?  IN ITALY??  Unheard of!

For me, Villa would head de other 5 in a top 10:

6 - David Villa
7 - Pato
8 - Totti
9 - Amauri
10 - Rooney


  I don't know WHY Dunga doh act quick and run out Amauri in a international fuh Brazil!!  ???

he trying to get through to play for Italy



Italy head coach Marcello Lippi has opened the door for Juventus striker Amauri to receive a call-up to his squad.

The Brazilian-born striker is set to be awarded Italian citizenship next month, making him eligible for the Azzurri as he has never appeared for the South Americans.

And Lippi has admitted he will consider calling up Amauri as Italy look to defend their crown as world champions next summer.

The 29-year-old has had successful spells in Serie A with Chievo and Palermo, before moving to Turin last season, scoring 14 times for the Old Lady.

"It's nice that players like Thiago Motta want to play for Italy, but we don't want to form a team of players like this," Lippi told Sky Sport Italia.

"However, the story for Amauri is different as we have been speaking about him for over a year now.

"Will I call him up? We will have to wait and see."


http://www.football.co.uk/juventus/lippi_drops_amauri_italy_hint_291184.shtml
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Observer on October 04, 2009, 07:34:09 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic



Yuh could mix up that top 5 in any order yuh won't go wrong....but yuh hadda throw David Villa somewhere in that mix (make it a top 6  ;D)... Because it doh get much better than that inside the 18 yrd box. 

Fuh real.  David Villa is poison.  But it only have room for 5 in a Top 5  8)

Yuh know who ah like BAD BAD....Amauri from Juventus.  Dat SICK sah! 

Right now Di Natale from Udinese is de SUN itself.....9 goals in 7 games?  IN ITALY??  Unheard of!

For me, Villa would head de other 5 in a top 10:

6 - David Villa
7 - Pato
8 - Totti
9 - Amauri
10 - Rooney


  I don't know WHY Dunga doh act quick and run out Amauri in a international fuh Brazil!!  ???

In a way...I understand Dunga's predicament.  Yuh have Pato & Nilmar as next after Fabiano.  Nilmar get a chance and score a hat trick against Chile.  Pato is de future if not de now.  Where Amauri fittin een?  Simply too much competition in Brazil.

Pato is not really in d picture, iz Fabiano, Adriano (who is back in form it seems) and Nilmar. Pato is overhyped anyway, he will never (daz right, never) be a star boy like Ronaldo, Ronaldinho or Robinho. Never. Hype.

Can I ask how Robinho get thrown in with Ronaldo and Ronaldinho (beside the fact that his name begins with R)????

Nilma has an amazing International scoring rate and he looks a player to watch.
PS. You do realize Pato could have been playing in this FIFA WC U20?
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Bakes on October 04, 2009, 08:03:30 PM
as far as i see,chelsea,de only threat to united.

As much as I would like to disagree I can't right now... we still having too many issues at the back with a quarter of the scheldule having almost been played.  I won't fault Carra for either goal, but he's a shadow of his former self.  First goal he had Anelka bracketed along with Lucas... pinpoint cross by Drogba to find his team mate.  Could argue for better defense but at some point yuh have to just tip yuh hat to a well-executed play.

Second goal... he got completely undressed by Drogba on the end-line... despite a handful of Drogba's shirt.

Season young still... but we have to get sorted out, and quick.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: kicker on October 04, 2009, 08:43:43 PM

Pato is not really in d picture, iz Fabiano, Adriano (who is back in form it seems) and Nilmar. Pato is overhyped anyway, he will never (daz right, never) be a star boy like Ronaldo, Ronaldinho or Robinho. Never. Hype.

On his day, Pato is as good as any striker yuh could name...  His decision making and touch is a bit irratic/loose at times, and he doesn't throw his weight around enough in tight situations....so that kills his consistency at times when the game isn't tailored to his obvious strengths...but he has the full package and as he matures it will hopefully all come together- he has both feet, he can head the ball, speed for days and individual dribbling ability...last season he was the hero for Milan and carried them in some crucial games,- believe it or not, he was more dominant than Kaka last season, and carried the scoring load for Milan to get into the Champions' League. 
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: Blue on October 05, 2009, 01:45:56 AM

Pato is not really in d picture, iz Fabiano, Adriano (who is back in form it seems) and Nilmar. Pato is overhyped anyway, he will never (daz right, never) be a star boy like Ronaldo, Ronaldinho or Robinho. Never. Hype.

On his day, Pato is as good as any striker yuh could name...  His decision making and touch is a bit irratic/loose at times, and he doesn't throw his weight around enough in tight situations....so that kills his consistency at times when the game isn't tailored to his obvious strengths...but he has the full package and as he matures it will hopefully all come together- he has both feet, he can head the ball, speed for days and individual dribbling ability...last season he was the hero for Milan and carried them in some crucial games,- believe it or not, he was more dominant than Kaka last season, and carried the scoring load for Milan to get into the Champions' League. 

And wha bout dis season  ;)

I guess time will tell whether he can fill R9's boots
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: kicker on October 05, 2009, 08:27:16 AM

Pato is not really in d picture, iz Fabiano, Adriano (who is back in form it seems) and Nilmar. Pato is overhyped anyway, he will never (daz right, never) be a star boy like Ronaldo, Ronaldinho or Robinho. Never. Hype.

On his day, Pato is as good as any striker yuh could name...  His decision making and touch is a bit irratic/loose at times, and he doesn't throw his weight around enough in tight situations....so that kills his consistency at times when the game isn't tailored to his obvious strengths...but he has the full package and as he matures it will hopefully all come together- he has both feet, he can head the ball, speed for days and individual dribbling ability...last season he was the hero for Milan and carried them in some crucial games,- believe it or not, he was more dominant than Kaka last season, and carried the scoring load for Milan to get into the Champions' League. 

And wha bout dis season  ;)

I guess time will tell whether he can fill R9's boots


Seems to be having a rocky start to the season, but that looks to be a reflection of bigger problems with the team as a whole...chicken and the egg kinda argument I suppose. 

Not being able to fill R9's boots is no indictment...Ronaldo was the best the world has seen in that position...ever. 

Pato is Pato... and he looks to have what it takes to leave a good mark on the game.
Title: Re: Chelsea V Liverpool.
Post by: xixgon on October 05, 2009, 02:30:19 PM
Neither of Drogba or Torres...as wonderful strikers as they are...can touch Eto'o.

And with all of the best strikers in the world ON THEIR BEST DAY, none can touch Ibrahimovic.

Based on finishing ability, strength in the air, pace, power, two footed, & consistency, the top 5 strikers in world football for me right now are:

1 - Eto'o
2 - Drogba
3 - Torres
4 - Luis Fabiano
5 - Ibrahimovic



Yuh could mix up that top 5 in any order yuh won't go wrong....but yuh hadda throw David Villa somewhere in that mix (make it a top 6  ;D)... Because it doh get much better than that inside the 18 yrd box. 

Fuh real.  David Villa is poison.  But it only have room for 5 in a Top 5  8)

Yuh know who ah like BAD BAD....Amauri from Juventus.  Dat SICK sah! 

Right now Di Natale from Udinese is de SUN itself.....9 goals in 7 games?  IN ITALY??  Unheard of!

For me, Villa would head de other 5 in a top 10:

6 - David Villa
7 - Pato
8 - Totti
9 - Amauri
10 - Rooney


  I don't know WHY Dunga doh act quick and run out Amauri in a international fuh Brazil!!  ???

In a way...I understand Dunga's predicament.  Yuh have Pato & Nilmar as next after Fabiano.  Nilmar get a chance and score a hat trick against Chile.  Pato is de future if not de now.  Where Amauri fittin een?  Simply too much competition in Brazil.

Pato is not really in d picture, iz Fabiano, Adriano (who is back in form it seems) and Nilmar. Pato is overhyped anyway, he will never (daz right, never) be a star boy like Ronaldo, Ronaldinho or Robinho. Never. Hype.

Probably not if he stays at Milan, but he's young still - definitely has shown the ability, if not the consistency.

Milan are going nowhere fast though (except perhaps down).
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: big dawg on October 07, 2009, 05:36:31 AM
Drogba urges Chelsea to sign Vieira


Didier Drogba has urged Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti to make a move for ex-Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira in the January transfer window.

The Premier League leaders are unable to bring in new players due to a transfer embargo imposed by FIFA, but should the club's appeal against that ruling be successful, Drogba believes veteran midfielder Vieira should be the frst name on Ancelotti's wish-list.

"It would be a good move for Chelsea to bring Patrick in,'' the Ivory Coast international told the Sun. "Don't forget we are going to miss several players in January, particularly in midfield, because of the African Nations Cup."We played against Vieira last summer and he was very strong.''

It has been reported that Vieira, currently at Inter Milan, is seen by Ancelotti as ideal cover for Michael Essien and John Obi Mikel, who will both be taken out of the equation by African Nations Cup duty.

The 33-year-old Vieira was at Stamford Bridge on Sunday to see Chelsea return to the top of the league with victory over Liverpool


(http://soccernet-assets.espn.go.com/design05/images/2009/1007/drogbaandvieira20091007_275x155.jpg)


link (http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id=683489&sec=england&cc=5901)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on October 17, 2009, 11:07:50 AM
whoopsie
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on October 25, 2009, 12:50:59 PM
Top of the table again and now Joe Cole is back. Champions  :) :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: big dawg on October 28, 2009, 03:54:02 PM
5-0 over the weekend
4-0 this afternoon

now that we shake off all the blight from 2 weeks ago.. lemme start a table so that we can cross out all the trophies we'll acquire throughout the season...

The Magic No. is  5

 ;D ;D

Community Shield
Carling Cup
FA Cup
Champions League
League Champions
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on October 28, 2009, 04:03:30 PM
5-0 over the weekend
4-0 this afternoon

now that we shake off all the blight from 2 weeks ago.. lemme start a table so that we can cross out all the trophies we'll acquire throughout the season...

The Magic No. is  5

 ;D ;D

Community Shield
Carling Cup
FA Cup
Champions League
League Champions


U forgot to mention the 4-0 the previous Wednesday. And we eh concede a goal at home since day 1 of d season.

Dat was one of de most run-of-the-mill blowouts i have ever seen, we didnt even break a sweat.

On a sour note...based on d few times I've seen him play for us now, Danny Sturridge is lookin like d next...Salomon Kalou  :(
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on October 28, 2009, 06:26:45 PM
5-0 over the weekend
4-0 this afternoon

now that we shake off all the blight from 2 weeks ago.. lemme start a table so that we can cross out all the trophies we'll acquire throughout the season...

The Magic No. is  5

 ;D ;D

Community Shield
Carling Cup
FA Cup
Champions League
League Champions



 ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on October 28, 2009, 08:57:06 PM
5-0 over the weekend
4-0 this afternoon

now that we shake off all the blight from 2 weeks ago.. lemme start a table so that we can cross out all the trophies we'll acquire throughout the season...

The Magic No. is  5

 ;D ;D

Community Shield
Carling Cup
FA Cup
Champions League
League Champions


Doh flash that #5 nah. Remember what happen to that big team last year who was suppose to win 5.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on October 29, 2009, 03:21:59 AM
5-0 over the weekend
4-0 this afternoon

now that we shake off all the blight from 2 weeks ago.. lemme start a table so that we can cross out all the trophies we'll acquire throughout the season...

The Magic No. is  5

 ;D ;D

Community Shield
Carling Cup
FA Cup
Champions League
League Champions


U forgot to mention the 4-0 the previous Wednesday. And we eh concede a goal at home since day 1 of d season.

Dat was one of de most run-of-the-mill blowouts i have ever seen, we didnt even break a sweat.

On a sour note...based on d few times I've seen him play for us now, Danny Sturridge is lookin like d next...Salomon Kalou  :(


   ;D  As frustrating as Kalou's play can be at times, his scoring rate ain't too bad yuh know.....so I eh sure dat is quite a sour note for young Sturridge.....give 'im time, he still young.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on October 31, 2009, 11:27:25 AM
Another day, another 4-0. Champions  :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: STEUPS!! on October 31, 2009, 11:44:52 AM
Another day, another 4-0. Champions  :beermug:

big team is big team, yuh know!  :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on November 03, 2009, 10:51:16 AM
Platini denies conspiracy claims

http://msn.foxsports.com/soccer/story/10314714/Platini-denies-conspiracy-claims (http://msn.foxsports.com/soccer/story/10314714/Platini-denies-conspiracy-claims)

UEFA president Michel Platini has denied suggestions he did not want Chelsea to make the Champions League final last season.

Some Chelsea fans accused UEFA of a conspiracy against them after their semi-final defeat to Barcelona, alleging Platini wanted to prevent them contesting another all-Premier League showdown against Manchester United.

Platini, though, has denied the allegations.

"Do you think I am so stupid as to ask a referee to make Chelsea not get to the final?" he said.

"I always respect all the players and clubs. I don't interfere. If two English teams are in the final, I have no problem. If it's two Spanish teams, no problem. It's better if not two from the same country but it's not my problem.

"If they get there, they deserve to be there. It is not because I like Barcelona's system (of fan ownership) that I exempt them to go to the final!"

Platini also stressed he is not involved in the process of refereeing appointments and claims he still does not know the identity of Tom Henning Ovrebo, who refereed the semi-final clash.

"When I arrive at a stadium, I don't know the name of the referee," he said. "That's the decision of the independent committee of referees. I was not there at Chelsea. I didn't know the name of the referee and I still don't.

"I don't know whether the referee made a mistake or not. If it was a mistake, I will say 'it's not a mistake' because I have to defend the referees."

Didier Drogba was given a three-game suspension for verbally abusing Ovrebo at the end of their semi-final defeat, but he is expected to return to line up against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night and Platini has backed him to return "better and stronger".

"What I saw on TV was the comportment of Didier," added Platini. "All the TV showed the insult of Drogba, not the decisions.

"I was like Drogba in the past when I saw an injustice as a player. But I don't know Drogba's mind.

"He took the decision that he felt was right for him. He was alone in thinking that.

"Drogba's a good guy. I know him very well. He understands now that he made a mistake. Everybody does. He will come back better, stronger."
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on November 06, 2009, 09:21:34 AM
time to stock up for de long winter...  :devil: :devil: :devil:

Blues have transfer ban suspended

http://msn.foxsports.com/soccer/story/10329016/Blues-have-transfer-ban-suspended (http://msn.foxsports.com/soccer/story/10329016/Blues-have-transfer-ban-suspended)

Chelsea will be able to buy in the January transfer window after the CAS suspended their FIFA-imposed transfer ban, pending a final decision.

Ordinal out of range

FIFA banned the Blues from any transfer activity for the next two periods of transfer activity in early September after they were found guilty of inducing Gael Kakuta to breach his contract with French club Lens.

Chelsea appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport against the punishment and, as part of their appeal, requested the transfer ban be 'stayed' until the case had been dealt with.

A statement from CAS read: "The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has granted the request for a stay filed by Chelsea Football Club Ltd and Mr Gael Kakuta in relation to the decision taken by the FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber on 27 August 2009.

"The FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber imposed, inter alia, a restriction of four months' ineligibility on Mr Gael Kakuta, and Chelsea Football Club Ltd was banned from registering any new players, either nationally or internationally, for the next two complete, consecutive registration periods. Such sanctions are now stayed until the CAS renders its final decision in this matter."

CAS are not expected to hear the case until the new year, which should leave Chelsea free to buy and sell as normal in January.

CAS confirmed on October 22 they had received an appeal from Chelsea asking for the ban to be stayed.

Immediately after the decision of FIFA's dispute resolution chamber was made public, the London club made clear their intent to appeal against the ban and compensation payments to Lens of almost one million euros, which they described as "disproportionate".

A statement from the club read: "Chelsea will mount the strongest appeal possible following the decision of FIFA's Dispute Resolution Chamber over Gael Kakuta.

"The sanctions are without precedent to this level and totally disproportionate to the alleged offence and the financial penalty imposed.

"We cannot comment further until we receive the full written rationale for this extraordinarily arbitrary decision."

Lens requested compensation for Kakuta after he signed for Chelsea in the summer of 2008 and FIFA's DRC agreed Chelsea had indeed been guilty of inducing the youngster to break his contract and announced their verdict in a short statement on September 3.

"The French club had lodged a claim with FIFA seeking compensation for breach of contract from the player and requesting also sporting sanctions to be imposed on the player and the English club for breach of contract and inducement to breach of contract respectively," said FIFA.

"The DRC found that the player had indeed breached a contract signed with the French club. Equally, the DRC deemed it to be established that the English club induced the player to such breach.

"As a result the player was condemned to pay compensation in the amount of 780,000 euros, for which the club, Chelsea, is jointly and severally liable, and sporting sanctions were imposed on both the player and Chelsea.

"A restriction of four months on his eligibility to play in official matches is imposed on the player Gael Kakuta while the club Chelsea is banned from registering any new players, either nationally or internationally, for the two next entire and consecutive registration periods following the notification of the present decision.

"Furthermore, Chelsea, has to pay RC Lens training compensation in the amount of 130,000 euros."
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: big dawg on November 08, 2009, 12:15:07 PM
Just a lil remainder... :devil:


Nov 8th 2009

RK  TEAM P W D L GS GA  W D L GS GA  W D L GS GA  GD Pts
1   Chelsea 12 10 0 2 29 8  6 0 0 16 1  4 0 2 13 7  21 30
2   Arsenal 11 8 1 2 36 14  5 0 0 20 4  3 1 2 16 10  22 25
3   Manchester United 12 8 1 3 23 12  5 1 0 13 7  3 0 3 10 5  11 25
4   Tottenham Hotspur 12 7 1 4 23 17  4 0 2 12 6  3 1 2 11 11  6 22
5   Aston Villa 12 6 3 3 20 12  4 1 1 12 5  2 2 2 8 7  8 21
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 21, 2009, 12:03:02 PM
5-0 over the weekend
4-0 this afternoon

now that we shake off all the blight from 2 weeks ago.. lemme start a table so that we can cross out all the trophies we'll acquire throughout the season...

The Magic No. is  5

 ;D ;D

Community Shield
Carling Cup
FA Cup
Champions League
League Champions




   Another blowout, another shutout, a little help from Sunderlan (thanks m8s), hopefully more help is on the way from Everton.......and everybody else is to watch and wonder!

 Dinho....yuh boy Malouda get he braids tighten up because like he know he makin an appearnce on "Goals of the Week" nex' week.   
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on November 21, 2009, 12:14:53 PM
Another day, another 4-0. I sure I say dat before  :devil:

The usual champagne football at the Bridge, even without some of the big guns. Two things about the game:

1. Petr Cech made a phenomenal save from a Wolves header in the first half. It was truly stunning, cant wait to see a replay.

2. Gael Kakuta (of Transfer Ban fame) made his debut today, coming on midway through the second half. OK, it was only a 25 minute sweat, but he looks like he will be an AMAZING player. Looked to have all the touches of Joe Cole, could not be shaken off the ball, and he has a wicked shot on him. That could easily have been Robinho on the field.

Champions  :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 21, 2009, 12:19:19 PM
Another day, another 4-0. I sure I say dat before  :devil:

The usual champagne football at the Bridge, even without some of the big guns. Two things about the game:

1. Petr Cech made a phenomenal save from a Wolves header in the first half. It was truly stunning, cant wait to see a replay.

2. Gael Kakuta (of Transfer Ban fame) made his debut today, coming on midway through the second half. OK, it was only a 25 minute sweat, but he looks like he will be an AMAZING player. Looked to have all the touches of Joe Cole, could not be shaken off the ball, and he has a wicked shot on him. That could easily have been Robinho on the field.

Champions  :beermug:

  ....so it go be "Tight Head" Malouda on "Goals of the Week" and "Metal Head Cech" on"Saves of the WeeK" then?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on November 21, 2009, 12:25:15 PM
Another day, another 4-0. I sure I say dat before  :devil:

The usual champagne football at the Bridge, even without some of the big guns. Two things about the game:

1. Petr Cech made a phenomenal save from a Wolves header in the first half. It was truly stunning, cant wait to see a replay.

2. Gael Kakuta (of Transfer Ban fame) made his debut today, coming on midway through the second half. OK, it was only a 25 minute sweat, but he looks like he will be an AMAZING player. Looked to have all the touches of Joe Cole, could not be shaken off the ball, and he has a wicked shot on him. That could easily have been Robinho on the field.

Champions  :beermug:

  ....so it go be "Tight Head" Malouda on "Goals of the Week" and "Metal Head Cech" on"Saves of the WeeK" then?

Malouda score a decent bullet, but to be honest the defending was non-existent. Say what, Malouda did what he had to do.

But Darren Fletcher just take Goal of the Week against Everton dere. By d way, Dwight in d studio on ESPN UK givin his halftime thoughts in his usual Tringlish  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 21, 2009, 02:06:18 PM
Another day, another 4-0. I sure I say dat before  :devil:

The usual champagne football at the Bridge, even without some of the big guns. Two things about the game:

1. Petr Cech made a phenomenal save from a Wolves header in the first half. It was truly stunning, cant wait to see a replay.

2. Gael Kakuta (of Transfer Ban fame) made his debut today, coming on midway through the second half. OK, it was only a 25 minute sweat, but he looks like he will be an AMAZING player. Looked to have all the touches of Joe Cole, could not be shaken off the ball, and he has a wicked shot on him. That could easily have been Robinho on the field.

Champions  :beermug:

  ....so it go be "Tight Head" Malouda on "Goals of the Week" and "Metal Head Cech" on"Saves of the WeeK" then?

Malouda score a decent bullet, but to be honest the defending was non-existent. Say what, Malouda did what he had to do.

But Darren Fletcher just take Goal of the Week against Everton dere. By d way, Dwight in d studio on ESPN UK givin his halftime thoughts in his usual Tringlish  ;D


   Me eh care 'bout de defending (and me eh care 'bout fletcher and manboo).  It was a sweet bullet. Period.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on November 22, 2009, 08:06:12 AM
Chelsea 4 Wolves 0: New wonder boy worth all the fuss as Blues canter to win

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1229799/Chelsea-4-Wolves-0-New-wonder-boy-worth-fuss-Blues-canter-win.html

Gael Kakuta, a teenager entrapped in a controversy involving the mandarins from Fifa, delivered a 31-minute cameo on a rainswept afternoon that shone a bright light on the future havoc he can be expected to wreak in a Chelsea shirt.

He was comfortable on the ball, fast, intelligent in his decision making and could easily have marked his debut with a goal, as Chelsea dealt with the absence of Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba and Michael Ballack with comfort at Stamford Bridge.

Perhaps it is as well that Kakuta looked more than a shade decent; it would have been an awful embarrassment to report otherwise considering the trouble his arrival caused.

Frenchman Kakuta, 18, was allowed to play yesterday as the four-month ban imposed on him by Fifa in September - after Chelsea had been found guilty of inducing him to break his contract with Lens two years ago - has been lifted while the leaders of the Premier League present an appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

Critically, under the appeal, Chelsea will also be permitted to undertake business in the transfer window in January, having been originally banned from registering new players for 12 months.
Kakuta has been wisely managed and counselled, by Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti through circumstances that must be overwhelming for a young player in a foreign land.
‘For two or three weeks, Kakuta had some difficulties with the ban,’ said Ancelotti. ‘But we took him with the first team and he trained with us. In 30 minutes today, he showed a very big talent.
'But we have to stay calm with him; he’s very young and we hope and believe he will improve and be a big player.’

His introduction showed a young man intuitively aware on a football field and he had been barely involved for three minutes when he swerved past Richard Stearman inside the penalty area only to sweep a left-footed shot into the side netting.
Nine minutes from time, Kakuta unleashed a drive from 25 yards that flashed narrowly wide of an upright. He had shown us a glimpse of the outstanding promise Ancelotti has identified.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on November 25, 2009, 10:49:51 AM
http://www.youtube.com/v/eD4KGZK_TUA
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 25, 2009, 11:48:11 AM
Dinho you trying to give men belly wuk or wha. Men best players on they team struggling and you showing of we next Gen. Men must be changing they drawers watching this yuteman.

And by the way Chelsea will bring in more people in the window.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on November 28, 2009, 05:23:24 PM
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Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: WestCoast on November 29, 2009, 09:33:33 AM
Big match

hello??....................where de Blue Man group....................still sleepin ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 29, 2009, 10:45:12 AM
Big match

hello??....................where de Blue Man group....................still sleepin ;D

  Ah-TALL! Watch yuh mout'!  I up since Inter-Fiorentina kickoff!! 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: WestCoast on November 29, 2009, 10:47:07 AM
Big match

hello??....................where de Blue Man group....................still sleepin ;D

  Ah-TALL! Watch yuh mout'!  I up since Inter-Fiorentina kickoff!! 
2 up
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 29, 2009, 10:53:45 AM
Big match

hello??....................where de Blue Man group....................still sleepin ;D

  Ah-TALL! Watch yuh mout'!  I up since Inter-Fiorentina kickoff!! 
2 up


   Dem two kwik goal save dem......even though Cech was hardly being tested, arsenal's confidence was surging and on a slick, rainy surface, anything can be possible.  Anelka was letting his defenders outwork him for balls and that work rate up front needed to change.......arsenal came into this game too riddled with injuries to be able to compete, but dize howw it is, sometimes. I doh see dem comin' back from this.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: WestCoast on November 29, 2009, 10:56:05 AM
Big match

hello??....................where de Blue Man group....................still sleepin ;D

  Ah-TALL! Watch yuh mout'!  I up since Inter-Fiorentina kickoff!! 
2 up


   Dem two kwik goal save dem......even though Cech was hardly being tested, arsenal's confidence was surging and on a slick, rainy surface, anything can be possible.  Anelka was letting his defenders outwork him for balls and that work rate up front needed to change.......arsenal came into this game too riddled with injuries to be able to compete, but dize howw it is, sometimes. I doh see dem comin' back from this.
yeah arse anal looked the better team till Drogs goal
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 29, 2009, 11:01:38 AM
Let arsenal keep trying to walk the ball in the goal, but then again they have no ther options as they cannot cross the ball and Essien is like the Great wall and Mikel dropping bombs.

Possession don't count for nothing unless you can convert it to something. It like having a lot of money,it is of no value unless you spend it. Drogba does make it rain.  :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 29, 2009, 11:04:02 AM
Big match

hello??....................where de Blue Man group....................still sleepin ;D

  Ah-TALL! Watch yuh mout'!  I up since Inter-Fiorentina kickoff!! 
2 up


   Dem two kwik goal save dem......even though Cech was hardly being tested, arsenal's confidence was surging and on a slick, rainy surface, anything can be possible.  Anelka was letting his defenders outwork him for balls and that work rate up front needed to change.......arsenal came into this game too riddled with injuries to be able to compete, but dize howw it is, sometimes. I doh see dem comin' back from this.
yeah arse anal looked the better team till Drogs goal

   Yeah....I guess.....I am less inclined to say they looked better as I am to say that Chelsea was just playing on their heels and letting them bring the game....but in all fairness....ass anal have more speed than Chelsea and on a wet surface like this, one can really be a little hesitant to rush een.....I just find Anelka was lookin' like he was in sour mode today when a little more effort on his part would change the control ass anal seemed to have.   Looked like only the defenders were really working hard for Chelsea.....
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 29, 2009, 11:07:31 AM
Let arsenal keep trying to walk the ball in the goal, but then again they have no ther options as they cannot cross the ball and Essien is like the Great wall and Mikel dropping bombs.

Possession don't count for nothing unless you can convert it to something. It like having a lot of money,it is of no value unless you spend it. Drogba does make it rain.  :devil:


   "...make it raiiiin, Esay, make it rain!"  :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: WestCoast on November 29, 2009, 11:09:10 AM
that was horrors there :o
madness around the keeper and then goal disallowed
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 29, 2009, 11:15:39 AM
that was horrors there :o
madness around the keeper and then goal disallowed

  It was a good call....eduardo raise he foot too high into Cech chest when they both went fuh de ball.....
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: WestCoast on November 29, 2009, 11:21:29 AM
that was horrors there :o
madness around the keeper and then goal disallowed

  It was a good call....eduardo raise he foot too high into Cech chest when they both went fuh de ball.....
yeah I heard the whistle before the shot was taken

 i givin de arseanal men someting to grasp at nuh
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 29, 2009, 11:28:39 AM
ass 'n all is a very, very talented side and dey could rel knock some ball.....but dey need to get outta dis' small-goal mentality, especially when dey playin' a big side like Chelsea.  I now see dey had a perfect chance on a counterattack.....man collect the ball WIDE OPEN on top corner the Chelsea 18 and instead of takin a good shot @ goal (especially on this slick surface) what de jackass do?  he pass de ball into the strength of Chelsea's defense.  Game done.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: WestCoast on November 29, 2009, 11:32:35 AM
ass 'n all is a very, very talented side and dey could rel knock some ball.....but dey need to get outta dis' small-goal mentality, especially when dey playin' a big side like Chelsea.  I now see dey had a perfect chance on a counterattack.....man collect the ball WIDE OPEN on top corner the Chelsea 18 and instead of takin a good shot @ goal (especially on this slick surface) what de jackass do?  he pass de ball into the strength of Chelsea's defense.  Game done.
"big side" :rotfl:
ya want smalls to rough ya up today :devil: :devil:

and why wanker take off that next tess there....wasnt he causin real probs for Chelsea
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 29, 2009, 11:36:14 AM
The ref giving Mikel a real hard time. Arsenal getting a lot of ghost calls.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bitter on November 29, 2009, 11:42:32 AM
Is interesting to see the tactics being used against Arsenal. Basically, clog the area. If you play an open game, you will get poison, so don't.

Man U started doing the same thing last year. I suppose it is a measure of respect, but you can't expect people to let you kill them the way you want to.

Also interesting to see just how much more physical Chelsea is. Men against boys.

Arsenal is my 2nd epl team, real entertaining to watch, but they have to learn to overcome the clog-ball.  Until then LICKS!!!.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 29, 2009, 11:46:12 AM
GOOOOLLAAAAAASSSSOOOOOOOOO
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bitter on November 29, 2009, 11:46:39 AM
3-0

LICCKSSSS!!!!!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Reaper2004 on November 29, 2009, 11:47:59 AM
anybody have a link for this game???

http://atdhe.net/10616/watch-arsenal-vs-chelsea
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 29, 2009, 11:49:50 AM
The freekick that lead up to the Goal, how was that not a yellow card? Arsenal skipper impede Essien, but because Essien is a beast he shake him off and then the skipper tackle him from behind not even touching the ball. After seeing Drogba card and Mikel card it is confusing.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bitter on November 29, 2009, 11:53:09 AM
anybody have a link for this game???

http://atdhe.net/10616/watch-arsenal-vs-chelsea

Look a better link here:

(http://andersonpooper.files.wordpress.com/2008/06/crotch-kick.jpg)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Observer on November 29, 2009, 11:53:50 AM
Drogba is Arsenal father. Everytime dem meet he does hit Arsenal some clout.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on November 29, 2009, 11:55:34 AM
There can no longer be any doubters.....just haters  :mackdaddy:

Champions  :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on November 29, 2009, 11:56:46 AM
Chelsea did not even have to go into top gear. Rest some key players and march on.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: fari on November 29, 2009, 11:58:03 AM
as an arsenal fan it pains me to say this but well done chelsea, certainly the team to beat this year.   arsenal has to just lick their wounds and look to the next match
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 29, 2009, 12:05:29 PM
The ref giving Mikel a real hard time. Arsenal getting a lot of ghost calls.

  elan boy....same ting I was tellin' meh padnah on de phone....I find the refs in the league does give 'im a hard time, period.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: STEUPS!! on November 29, 2009, 12:20:44 PM
There can no longer be any doubters.....just haters  :mackdaddy:

Champions  :beermug:


ah said it before an i will say it again,

BIG TEAM IS BIG FLECKIN TEAM!!!!!!  :beermug: :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on November 29, 2009, 12:58:50 PM
mango chow i don't know why you were surprised, in this game it was the same script that plays out season after season..

Arsenal does look better with the possession and pretty touches for about the first 15-20 mins of each half and chelsea just soak up the pressure and aim to hit them on the counter, with a long ball or from a set piece.. Then chelsea use their physical presence to overpower all their smaller players and by the time you score one on them their brand buss..

Of the top 4 EPL teams, Arsenal is always the easiest to deal with for Chelsea because its men against boys.. No steel in that Arsenal side and the setta small touch just plays into the hands of the strong chelsea back 4. I laugh when i see Arsenal getting outmuscled by Essien, Mikel and Lampard in the middle, then Wenger replaced Song with an even weaker player in Walcott. The game was over as far as i was concerned right there and then.

the only thing standing in the way of chelsea and the title this year is the African nations cup, and even that i dont envision to be a big problem.

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on November 29, 2009, 01:10:08 PM
the only thing standing in the way of chelsea and the title this year is the African nations cup, and even that i dont envision to be a big problem.

For the record, our African Nations schedule is Hull (Away), Sunderland (Home), Birmingham (Home), Burnley (Away).  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on November 29, 2009, 01:30:20 PM
mango chow i don't know why you were surprised, in this game it was the same script that plays out season after season..

Arsenal does look better with the possession and pretty touches for about the first 15-20 mins of each half and chelsea just soak up the pressure and aim to hit them on the counter, with a long ball or from a set piece.. Then chelsea use their physical presence to overpower all their smaller players and by the time you score one on them their brand buss..

Of the top 4 EPL teams, Arsenal is always the easiest to deal with for Chelsea because its men against boys.. No steel in that Arsenal side and the setta small touch just plays into the hands of the strong chelsea back 4. I laugh when i see Arsenal getting outmuscled by Essien, Mikel and Lampard in the middle, then Wenger replaced Song with an even weaker player in Walcott. The game was over as far as i was concerned right there and then.

the only thing standing in the way of chelsea and the title this year is the African nations cup, and even that i dont envision to be a big problem.




  dinho boy, if I sound surprised it truly was a misrepresentation on my part....I predicted a 4-1 blowout.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on November 30, 2009, 06:34:01 AM
well done we made it easy for u guys
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on November 30, 2009, 10:37:43 AM
well done we made it easy for u guys

no, no... we made it difficult for you!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bitter on December 02, 2009, 04:41:17 PM
Score at the death in the Carling cup vs Blackburn

3-3 now on to penalties


Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bitter on December 02, 2009, 04:46:58 PM
Transfer Ban Man misses!

Blackburn through on Penalties.

So it's Man u vs Man City and Blackburn vs Villa
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on December 02, 2009, 04:50:26 PM
I real celebrate just now... i take in the extra time and pens on a radio feed... When chelsea equalise in the 120nd i get reallll angry

f**k OFF RENT BOYS

get in Blackburn!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on December 02, 2009, 05:02:12 PM
I real celebrate just now... i take in the extra time and pens on a radio feed... When chelsea equalise in the 120nd i get reallll angry

f**k OFF RENT BOYS

get in Blackburn!

There's a reason why Carling Cup games at Stamford Bridge are 3 times cheaper to attend than Premiership games  ;D

Good luck with this competition though  :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on December 02, 2009, 05:28:25 PM
skant consolation to my week but good fuh yuh chelsea
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on December 02, 2009, 05:33:17 PM
skant consolation to my week but good fuh yuh chelsea

At least Small Mag team win, he has braggin rights.

Yall, on the other hand, gettin shutout and blowout at every opportunity  :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on December 02, 2009, 05:48:46 PM
skant consolation to my week but good fuh yuh chelsea

At least Small Mag team win, he has braggin rights.

Yall, on the other hand, gettin shutout and blowout at every opportunity  :devil:

das alright allyuh had no right to go out against blackburn yuh over priced shithounds, full strength too!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: SOBRIQUET on December 02, 2009, 06:43:22 PM
skant consolation to my week but good fuh yuh chelsea

At least Small Mag team win, he has braggin rights.

Yall, on the other hand, gettin shutout and blowout at every opportunity  :devil:

das alright allyuh had no right to go out against blackburn yuh over priced shithounds, full strength too!


full strenght?  try 8 changes to the squad that wallop allyuh! might only seem full strenght to you, who accostomed to a paper thin squad!  like allyuh arsenal men have no blasted shame or wha? 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on December 02, 2009, 06:54:31 PM
haters en voz alta!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 02, 2009, 09:55:28 PM
I real celebrate just now... i take in the extra time and pens on a radio feed... When chelsea equalise in the 120nd i get reallll angry

f**k OFF RENT BOYS

get in Blackburn!

Celebrate yuh Carling Cup.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 02, 2009, 09:56:53 PM
Ah go take meh licks from the men and them in red, but remember we in December and tis the season to be jolly.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on December 05, 2009, 10:19:17 AM
come on citeeh

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 05, 2009, 12:14:55 PM
Chelsea cyah get a call. Hip check on Peter Cech, then blatant hand ball. Say what we will still poison them
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 05, 2009, 12:17:07 PM
come on citeeh




  Yuh might as well support a side that at least can show some backbone against a Big Side. 



What Deco really doing out dey in this game?  ???
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 05, 2009, 12:19:22 PM
Chelsea cyah get a call. Hip check on Peter Cech, then blatant hand ball. Say what we will still poison them

  A lot ot people have tried to label howard webb as one of the best refs in the epl but I find he's as inconsistent
as the worst of them........
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: fari on December 05, 2009, 12:21:18 PM
the moneybags derby going good man, chelsea under the kosh and pressure finally told.   but with lescott and toure in the back any number could play
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 05, 2009, 12:23:13 PM
Chelsea cyah get a call. Hip check on Peter Cech, then blatant hand ball. Say what we will still poison them

  A lot ot people have tried to label howard webb as one of the best refs in the epl but I find he's as inconsistent
as the worst of them........

Yeah but Chelsea trying to take the game to easy. They need to stop walking through games and take the game to teams. January ah soon come and we will go into top gear.  
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 05, 2009, 12:23:43 PM
the moneybags derby going good man, chelsea under the kosh and pressure finally told.   but with lescott and toure in the back any number could play


  Meh belly nearly buss wit laughter when I hear de commentator say dat.  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: 100% Barataria on December 05, 2009, 12:50:49 PM
Upset brewin in Manchester :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Jah Gol on December 05, 2009, 12:53:34 PM
Robinho add muscle ?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: 100% Barataria on December 05, 2009, 12:54:36 PM
Robinho add muscle ?

Musbe bench pressin some ah dem mampe in Manchester
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bitter on December 05, 2009, 01:19:05 PM
Fuh once, Drogba get a real life, honest-to-goodness kick-down in the area. Lampard eff up the penalty!

Frenism shoulda play out dey...
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Jah Gol on December 05, 2009, 01:25:02 PM
Them commentators real shit up. Robinho walking off to the bench and getting applauded. the commentator say "I'm not nout what that's all about" lol
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Daft Trini on December 05, 2009, 01:28:01 PM
stamford bridge is falling down, falling down... :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 05, 2009, 01:32:30 PM
stamford bridge is falling down, falling down... :rotfl:

One game we lose and you talking about falling down?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 05, 2009, 01:33:57 PM
Did that dude who kick down Drogba get a card?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Daft Trini on December 05, 2009, 01:36:28 PM
Toure... no was an accident  :beermug: Half Kick+ Half Dive = No card
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on December 05, 2009, 01:36:50 PM
BEFORE:

Ah go take meh licks from the men and them in red, but remember we in December and tis the season to be jolly.


AND AFTER
[/quote]

. January ah soon come and we will go into top gear.  
 

[/quote]

next week u go be talking bout February?

:rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 05, 2009, 01:36:58 PM
Good game, rel excitement and in de end, Chelsea only have themselves to blame. Howard Webb was carding men like a bartender and a coupla dem cards din make no sense....but de men who lose dis game today is:
Ballack. Me eh know WHY Chelsea puttin' so much faith in this thug over JOM...rel rediculous
Deco.  He eh do shit hole game.....pure assness today
Drogba had a right to put Chelsea up 2-0 and kick straight to Given
Anelka......at least Drogba do sumting....
Carvalho...rel DOTISH foul on Tevez, especially after he had already played the ball
Cech.....rel DOTISHNESS on the resulting free-kick
Lampard....is only one way to take a penalty on a wet pitch and tryin' to finesse it isn't that way.
SWP.....was givin' he old teammates BEANS whole day!
Shay given......another excellent performance. Man of the Match fuh me!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 05, 2009, 01:38:57 PM
Toure... no was an accident  :beermug: Half Kick+ Half Dive = No card

 It wasn't Toure that commited that foul.....it was the OTHER African, Nedum Onuoha, the Nigerian.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 05, 2009, 03:19:29 PM
BEFORE:

Ah go take meh licks from the men and them in red, but remember we in December and tis the season to be jolly.


AND AFTER

. January ah soon come and we will go into top gear.  
 

[/quote]

next week u go be talking bout February?

:rotfl: :rotfl:
[/quote]

I not referencing Chelsea i'm talking about all who need to play catch up. When February come, hope you all in stiking range at least.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on December 06, 2009, 06:15:39 AM
We got beat by the league's second best team today, away from hone....no scene, i had dat game down as a loss for weeks now lol... but now its an easy run right through to end of Jan  :beermug:

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on December 07, 2009, 06:12:48 AM
We got beat by the league's second best team today, away from hone....no scene, i had dat game down as a loss for weeks now lol... but now its an easy run right through to end of Jan  :beermug:

second best team my ass

second richest maybe

explained to a typical trini footballer/fan that beacuse a side has the most expensive players and most money DOES NOT make them a big side, thier collective tropies records and honours does that

so real madrid is ah big side barca too

in england the top 3 big sides are liverpool (40) manu (39) arsenal (27)

followed by villa (22) Spurs (17) Everton and Chelsea (15) newcastle (11) blackburn (10) man city(9)

so please don't confuse riches with proven riches of trophies

above is FACT shows all wins

Key shows which competitions trophies were gained from

Domestic League
League = Champions of
Premier League or
(until 1992) Football League
   
Domestic Cup Competitions
FAC = FA Cup
LC = League Cup
   
Primary European Competitions
CL = Champions League
EC = European Cup
   
Other European Competitions
UCWC = UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
ESC=UEFA European Super Cup
FC = Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
ITC = Inter-Toto Cup
UC = UEFA Cup

Worldwide Competitions
CWC = Club World Cup
ICC = Intercontinental Cup
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bitter on December 07, 2009, 09:04:22 AM
Gunner, trophies are a measure of past performance. Like they does say in the fine print, Past Performance Does Not Guarantee Future Results.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on December 07, 2009, 02:10:04 PM
We got beat by the league's second best team today, away from hone....no scene, i had dat game down as a loss for weeks now lol... but now its an easy run right through to end of Jan  :beermug:

second best team my ass

second richest maybe

explained to a typical trini footballer/fan that beacuse a side has the most expensive players and most money DOES NOT make them a big side, thier collective tropies records and honours does that

Boss, I do not care how much money any club spends. It is not my money, I couldnt care less. Seeing as yuh want to call stats, I will use my own...so far dis season I've been to Stamford Bridge 8 times....8 wins, 0 goals conceded and in 4 of those matches we scored 4 goals or more. Champagne Football. THAT is what makes us a big side.

And I eh no hater, I used to go watch Arsenal back in d days of Henry and Pires...but daz your problem right dere....that WAS a big side. Nottingham Forest was a big side too.

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on December 07, 2009, 08:53:51 PM
We got beat by the league's second best team today, away from hone....no scene, i had dat game down as a loss for weeks now lol... but now its an easy run right through to end of Jan  :beermug:

second best team my ass

second richest maybe

explained to a typical trini footballer/fan that beacuse a side has the most expensive players and most money DOES NOT make them a big side, thier collective tropies records and honours does that

Boss, I do not care how much money any club spends. It is not my money, I couldnt care less. Seeing as yuh want to call stats, I will use my own...so far dis season I've been to Stamford Bridge 8 times....8 wins, 0 goals conceded and in 4 of those matches we scored 4 goals or more. Champagne Football. THAT is what makes us a big side.

And I eh no hater, I used to go watch Arsenal back in d days of Henry and Pires...but daz your problem right dere....that WAS a big side. Nottingham Forest was a big side too.


totally missed the point
so nott forrest come back to premiership win fa cup, carling cup n prem and following year champs league, and world club cup, then next year get relegated,dats a big side too? because of achievments in a 18month period? never to be seen again for decades?

pointless thinking like that permates this nations footballing culture and will forever hold us back

respect teams playing great ball with great players (invariably they play at established clubs with a history of winning trophies)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on December 07, 2009, 08:58:55 PM
Gunner, trophies are a measure of past performance. Like they does say in the fine print, Past Performance Does Not Guarantee Future Results.

how does one even get this "big" club moniker? obviously something in their past and also inclusive of their present efforts affords that but we aren't taking about future results we are talking about "Big" sides who winning right now vs sides who have a history off winning and will continue to do so but not necessarily in the present

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on December 07, 2009, 09:40:33 PM
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Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 08, 2009, 02:30:52 PM
Kakuta has a bright future. I am sure the other clubs are kicking themselves for not getting him.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bitter on December 08, 2009, 03:26:10 PM
Gunner, trophies are a measure of past performance. Like they does say in the fine print, Past Performance Does Not Guarantee Future Results.

how does one even get this "big" club moniker? obviously something in their past and also inclusive of their present efforts affords that but we aren't taking about future results we are talking about "Big" sides who winning right now vs sides who have a history off winning and will continue to do so but not necessarily in the present



True.
I was only responding to the exchange. Ryan's stated opinion is that Man City is the 2nd best club in the league. This year. Nothing more, nothing less. You are the one who introcuced the "big club" distinction.

But that's cool. I think it's worth discussing just how does one go about becoming a big club.  You have to buy your way in. Big sides, have top players, Top players either come for the money, or the opportunity to win trophies. People who are vexed at this ignore the fact that thier own "big" clubs spend tons of money as well. It's not like Man U or Barca are operating on peanuts.

The only club at this point that is bucking the trend at the moment is Arsenal. Ironically people complain that they are not buying thier way to the top. Can't win no matter what side you're on.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on December 12, 2009, 07:03:59 PM
thank god for drogba eh chelski?
thank god for cech? :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on December 12, 2009, 07:08:54 PM
Gunner, trophies are a measure of past performance. Like they does say in the fine print, Past Performance Does Not Guarantee Future Results.

how does one even get this "big" club moniker? obviously something in their past and also inclusive of their present efforts affords that but we aren't taking about future results we are talking about "Big" sides who winning right now vs sides who have a history off winning and will continue to do so but not necessarily in the present




True.
I was only responding to the exchange. Ryan's stated opinion is that Man City is the 2nd best club in the league. This year. Nothing more, nothing less. You are the one who introcuced the "big club" distinction.

But that's cool. I think it's worth discussing just how does one go about becoming a big club.  You have to buy your way in. Big sides, have top players, Top players either come for the money, or the opportunity to win trophies. People who are vexed at this ignore the fact that thier own "big" clubs spend tons of money as well. It's not like Man U or Barca are operating on peanuts.

The only club at this point that is bucking the trend at the moment is Arsenal. Ironically people complain that they are not buying thier way to the top. Can't win no matter what side you're on.

fuh real eh

but man city are not the "second best side this year" they are the second most expensive players and wages
manu are 700pounds in debt having said that they have the silver ware to back it up, but not a policy arsenal are willing to follow just for the sake of silverware

arsenal are victims of their own principles in a world where moeny is thrown at problems or hopefully acheive success
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 12, 2009, 08:35:35 PM
thank god for drogba eh chelski?
thank god for cech? :rotfl:

  It could be worse....we could have almunia. Thank God we DON'T!!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Observer on December 12, 2009, 08:47:06 PM
thank god for drogba eh chelski?
thank god for cech? :rotfl:

  It could be worse....we could have almunia. Thank God we DON'T!!!

 :rotfl: ent!. Drogba in the form of his life if he stays healthy look out WC 2010.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on December 12, 2009, 09:38:36 PM
thank god for drogba eh chelski?
thank god for cech? :rotfl:

  It could be worse....we could have almunia. Thank God we DON'T!!!

 :rotfl: ent!. Drogba in the form of his life if he stays healthy look out WC 2010.
almunia never made three errors on three set pieces in a row in d same game

and pray drogba doh get injured in ACN
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 13, 2009, 12:46:24 AM
thank god for drogba eh chelski?
thank god for cech? :rotfl:

  It could be worse....we could have almunia. Thank God we DON'T!!!

 :rotfl: ent!. Drogba in the form of his life if he stays healthy look out WC 2010.
almunia never made three errors on three set pieces in a row in d same game

and pray drogba doh get injured in ACN


  OK.....so almunia has never made 3 errors on three set pieces (if you can really call them that.  I wouldn't credit Drogba's header off Saha's back to an error on Cech nor would I for a ball that hits the post and comes off his back.....and please explain to me how the second goal is an error on Cech.......but I'll grant it to you for argument's sake because you seem desparate) You think ANY MANAGER in the WORLD (except y'all beloved arsene9, of course....and maybe not even him) putting almunia in goal ahead of Petr Cech?!  Even with, by general consensus, a petr Cech whose skill seems to have diminished some since he get that metal plate placed in hes head, he is still head and shoulders above anything arsenal has put in goal, going back to David "It's a bird, it's a plane...oops! It's a free-kick" Seaman. Listen....allyuh better hope almunia doh draaaaaaaaaaaaaaaag allyuh stones against liverpool tomorrow this mawnin'.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on December 13, 2009, 09:08:21 AM
thank god for drogba eh chelski?
thank god for cech? :rotfl:

  It could be worse....we could have almunia. Thank God we DON'T!!!

 :rotfl: ent!. Drogba in the form of his life if he stays healthy look out WC 2010.
almunia never made three errors on three set pieces in a row in d same game

and pray drogba doh get injured in ACN


  OK.....so almunia has never made 3 errors on three set pieces (if you can really call them that.  I wouldn't credit Drogba's header off Saha's back to an error on Cech nor would I for a ball that hits the post and comes off his back.....and please explain to me how the second goal is an error on Cech.......but I'll grant it to you for argument's sake because you seem desparate) You think ANY MANAGER in the WORLD (except y'all beloved arsene9, of course....and maybe not even him) putting almunia in goal ahead of Petr Cech?!  Even with, by general consensus, a petr Cech whose skill seems to have diminished some since he get that metal plate placed in hes head, he is still head and shoulders above anything arsenal has put in goal, going back to David "It's a bird, it's a plane...oops! It's a free-kick" Seaman. Listen....allyuh better hope almunia doh draaaaaaaaaaaaaaaag allyuh stones against liverpool tomorrow this mawnin'.

 ahahahahaha sour grapes and just incase yuh wondering arsenal were signing cech when he was under21 but he didnt play enough games for ceh rep to get work permit, and yes all were his fault he flopped about like an idiot, failed to claim a ball that left drogba to poorly clear and off the post he got a finger to it but failed to push it round the post, so yeah all his fault ahahahah
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on December 13, 2009, 09:17:33 AM
thank god for drogba eh chelski?
thank god for cech? :rotfl:

  It could be worse....we could have almunia. Thank God we DON'T!!!

 :rotfl: ent!. Drogba in the form of his life if he stays healthy look out WC 2010.
almunia never made three errors on three set pieces in a row in d same game

and pray drogba doh get injured in ACN


  OK.....so almunia has never made 3 errors on three set pieces (if you can really call them that.  I wouldn't credit Drogba's header off Saha's back to an error on Cech nor would I for a ball that hits the post and comes off his back.....and please explain to me how the second goal is an error on Cech.......but I'll grant it to you for argument's sake because you seem desparate) You think ANY MANAGER in the WORLD (except y'all beloved arsene9, of course....and maybe not even him) putting almunia in goal ahead of Petr Cech?!  Even with, by general consensus, a petr Cech whose skill seems to have diminished some since he get that metal plate placed in hes head, he is still head and shoulders above anything arsenal has put in goal, going back to David "It's a bird, it's a plane...oops! It's a free-kick" Seaman. Listen....allyuh better hope almunia doh draaaaaaaaaaaaaaaag allyuh stones against liverpool tomorrow this mawnin'.

 ahahahahaha sour grapes and just incase yuh wondering arsenal were signing cech when he was under21 but he didnt play enough games for ceh rep to get work permit, and yes all were his fault he flopped about like an idiot, failed to claim a ball that left drogba to poorly clear and off the post he got a finger to it but failed to push it round the post, so yeah all his fault ahahahah

go back in yuh own thread and discuss fourth place nah dread.  :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 13, 2009, 10:38:17 AM
thank god for drogba eh chelski?
thank god for cech? :rotfl:

  It could be worse....we could have almunia. Thank God we DON'T!!!

 :rotfl: ent!. Drogba in the form of his life if he stays healthy look out WC 2010.
almunia never made three errors on three set pieces in a row in d same game

and pray drogba doh get injured in ACN


  OK.....so almunia has never made 3 errors on three set pieces (if you can really call them that.  I wouldn't credit Drogba's header off Saha's back to an error on Cech nor would I for a ball that hits the post and comes off his back.....and please explain to me how the second goal is an error on Cech.......but I'll grant it to you for argument's sake because you seem desparate) You think ANY MANAGER in the WORLD (except y'all beloved arsene9, of course....and maybe not even him) putting almunia in goal ahead of Petr Cech?!  Even with, by general consensus, a petr Cech whose skill seems to have diminished some since he get that metal plate placed in hes head, he is still head and shoulders above anything arsenal has put in goal, going back to David "It's a bird, it's a plane...oops! It's a free-kick" Seaman. Listen....allyuh better hope almunia doh draaaaaaaaaaaaaaaag allyuh stones against liverpool tomorrow this mawnin'.

 ahahahahaha sour grapes and just incase yuh wondering arsenal were signing cech when he was under21 but he didnt play enough games for ceh rep to get work permit, and yes all were his fault he flopped about like an idiot, failed to claim a ball that left drogba to poorly clear and off the post he got a finger to it but failed to push it round the post, so yeah all his fault ahahahah

   Sour grapes?!?! What sour grapes?! I arkse you a legitimate ? jed....but you seem like an emotionally disturbed teenager...... but let meh school yuh on something: not every time a 'keeper get he hand to a ball that scored that it makes the goal "his fault". The placement of that header was one that is clinical and is supposed to give any 'keeper a hard time....now I felt Cech made a half-hearted dive at the ball but that may have everything to do with (I think) the ball got a deflection off another player and may have put him a little flat-footed...plus he had to be careful not to crash into the post.....as far as the second goal is concerned (you excluded that one in your response but still claimed "all" the goals were Cech's fault) the goal scorer was gifted the ball at his feet and wheeled around and blasted it in the net from about, what, six yards out? How is that Cech's fault?  Almunia was saving that? Jesus was saving that?   As for that last, unfortunate freak accident of a goal.....a goalkeeper doesn't always have to come and claim every ball that most non-keepers like to think they have to.  If the ball is coming in at a pace that would make it difficult for him to get to AND there is already a teammate in place to clear the ball, he can opt to let that teammate do what would be the natural thing to do in that situation: in this case, Drogba did just that in trying to clear the ball.  Without hearing the action on the field, it seems as though he initially thought he could get to it, but left it for Drogba, hence the reason he made the initial motion to come off his line for it...it didn't seem as though he called Drogba off the ball so.  The ball just happened to rebound off a man back as Drogba headed it out....not sure how you could want to lay "blame" at anybody's feet for that.  My point is, whether Cech is not the same as he was 4 years ago, whether arsenal was trying to get him or not (who cares? He's with Chelsea now....PLUS you seem to be all too happy with almunia anyway) he is STILL far better than anything y'all have in the goalkeeping department.  So, you know what.....Cech having a bad day at the office still makes him and his his defense the lowest conceding team in the epl......over the last 5 seasons or so.  And they have won trophies for it.  Dem grapes could only be sour in your mouth!       
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on December 13, 2009, 12:03:30 PM
thank god for drogba eh chelski?
thank god for cech? :rotfl:

  It could be worse....we could have almunia. Thank God we DON'T!!!

 :rotfl: ent!. Drogba in the form of his life if he stays healthy look out WC 2010.
almunia never made three errors on three set pieces in a row in d same game

and pray drogba doh get injured in ACN


  OK.....so almunia has never made 3 errors on three set pieces (if you can really call them that.  I wouldn't credit Drogba's header off Saha's back to an error on Cech nor would I for a ball that hits the post and comes off his back.....and please explain to me how the second goal is an error on Cech.......but I'll grant it to you for argument's sake because you seem desparate) You think ANY MANAGER in the WORLD (except y'all beloved arsene9, of course....and maybe not even him) putting almunia in goal ahead of Petr Cech?!  Even with, by general consensus, a petr Cech whose skill seems to have diminished some since he get that metal plate placed in hes head, he is still head and shoulders above anything arsenal has put in goal, going back to David "It's a bird, it's a plane...oops! It's a free-kick" Seaman. Listen....allyuh better hope almunia doh draaaaaaaaaaaaaaaag allyuh stones against liverpool tomorrow this mawnin'.

 ahahahahaha sour grapes and just incase yuh wondering arsenal were signing cech when he was under21 but he didnt play enough games for ceh rep to get work permit, and yes all were his fault he flopped about like an idiot, failed to claim a ball that left drogba to poorly clear and off the post he got a finger to it but failed to push it round the post, so yeah all his fault ahahahah

   Sour grapes?!?! What sour grapes?! I arkse you a legitimate ? jed....but you seem like an emotionally disturbed teenager...... but let meh school yuh on something: not every time a 'keeper get he hand to a ball that scored that it makes the goal "his fault". The placement of that header was one that is clinical and is supposed to give any 'keeper a hard time....now I felt Cech made a half-hearted dive at the ball but that may have everything to do with (I think) the ball got a deflection off another player and may have put him a little flat-footed...plus he had to be careful not to crash into the post.....as far as the second goal is concerned (you excluded that one in your response but still claimed "all" the goals were Cech's fault) the goal scorer was gifted the ball at his feet and wheeled around and blasted it in the net from about, what, six yards out? How is that Cech's fault?  Almunia was saving that? Jesus was saving that?   As for that last, unfortunate freak accident of a goal.....a goalkeeper doesn't always have to come and claim every ball that most non-keepers like to think they have to.  If the ball is coming in at a pace that would make it difficult for him to get to AND there is already a teammate in place to clear the ball, he can opt to let that teammate do what would be the natural thing to do in that situation: in this case, Drogba did just that in trying to clear the ball.  Without hearing the action on the field, it seems as though he initially thought he could get to it, but left it for Drogba, hence the reason he made the initial motion to come off his line for it...it didn't seem as though he called Drogba off the ball so.  The ball just happened to rebound off a man back as Drogba headed it out....not sure how you could want to lay "blame" at anybody's feet for that.  My point is, whether Cech is not the same as he was 4 years ago, whether arsenal was trying to get him or not (who cares? He's with Chelsea now....PLUS you seem to be all too happy with almunia anyway) he is STILL far better than anything y'all have in the goalkeeping department.  So, you know what.....Cech having a bad day at the office still makes him and his his defense the lowest conceding team in the epl......over the last 5 seasons or so.  And they have won trophies for it.  Dem grapes could only be sour in your mouth!       

ahahahahahaha i not even bothering to read yuh reply, almunia do shite fuh pool only goal, but he didn't make 3 mistakes hahahahahahahahaha
fight it down fight it down
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 13, 2009, 12:06:38 PM
thank god for drogba eh chelski?
thank god for cech? :rotfl:

  It could be worse....we could have almunia. Thank God we DON'T!!!

 :rotfl: ent!. Drogba in the form of his life if he stays healthy look out WC 2010.
almunia never made three errors on three set pieces in a row in d same game

and pray drogba doh get injured in ACN


  OK.....so almunia has never made 3 errors on three set pieces (if you can really call them that.  I wouldn't credit Drogba's header off Saha's back to an error on Cech nor would I for a ball that hits the post and comes off his back.....and please explain to me how the second goal is an error on Cech.......but I'll grant it to you for argument's sake because you seem desparate) You think ANY MANAGER in the WORLD (except y'all beloved arsene9, of course....and maybe not even him) putting almunia in goal ahead of Petr Cech?!  Even with, by general consensus, a petr Cech whose skill seems to have diminished some since he get that metal plate placed in hes head, he is still head and shoulders above anything arsenal has put in goal, going back to David "It's a bird, it's a plane...oops! It's a free-kick" Seaman. Listen....allyuh better hope almunia doh draaaaaaaaaaaaaaaag allyuh stones against liverpool tomorrow this mawnin'.

 ahahahahaha sour grapes and just incase yuh wondering arsenal were signing cech when he was under21 but he didnt play enough games for ceh rep to get work permit, and yes all were his fault he flopped about like an idiot, failed to claim a ball that left drogba to poorly clear and off the post he got a finger to it but failed to push it round the post, so yeah all his fault ahahahah

   Sour grapes?!?! What sour grapes?! I arkse you a legitimate ? jed....but you seem like an emotionally disturbed teenager...... but let meh school yuh on something: not every time a 'keeper get he hand to a ball that scored that it makes the goal "his fault". The placement of that header was one that is clinical and is supposed to give any 'keeper a hard time....now I felt Cech made a half-hearted dive at the ball but that may have everything to do with (I think) the ball got a deflection off another player and may have put him a little flat-footed...plus he had to be careful not to crash into the post.....as far as the second goal is concerned (you excluded that one in your response but still claimed "all" the goals were Cech's fault) the goal scorer was gifted the ball at his feet and wheeled around and blasted it in the net from about, what, six yards out? How is that Cech's fault?  Almunia was saving that? Jesus was saving that?   As for that last, unfortunate freak accident of a goal.....a goalkeeper doesn't always have to come and claim every ball that most non-keepers like to think they have to.  If the ball is coming in at a pace that would make it difficult for him to get to AND there is already a teammate in place to clear the ball, he can opt to let that teammate do what would be the natural thing to do in that situation: in this case, Drogba did just that in trying to clear the ball.  Without hearing the action on the field, it seems as though he initially thought he could get to it, but left it for Drogba, hence the reason he made the initial motion to come off his line for it...it didn't seem as though he called Drogba off the ball so.  The ball just happened to rebound off a man back as Drogba headed it out....not sure how you could want to lay "blame" at anybody's feet for that.  My point is, whether Cech is not the same as he was 4 years ago, whether arsenal was trying to get him or not (who cares? He's with Chelsea now....PLUS you seem to be all too happy with almunia anyway) he is STILL far better than anything y'all have in the goalkeeping department.  So, you know what.....Cech having a bad day at the office still makes him and his his defense the lowest conceding team in the epl......over the last 5 seasons or so.  And they have won trophies for it.  Dem grapes could only be sour in your mouth!       

ahahahahahaha i not even bothering to read yuh reply, almunia do shite fuh pool only goal, but he didn't make 3 mistakes hahahahahahahahaha
fight it down fight it down

  No scene.....you're doing well to even respond to anything beyond pictures, given your obvious short attention span.  But, arsenal still in third place right now.  They NOT winning anything this season.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: WestCoast on December 20, 2009, 10:23:44 AM
hailin de Blue man group

Drogs takin ah freekick.......hits the walls

wha de arse...went an get ah coffee and come back to 1-0
West Ham Boi...as is christmas day playin good
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 20, 2009, 01:17:43 PM
We eh play too, too good today....West Ham is a bottom feeder right now.....cyah give teams like this no kinda hope, yuh hadda put barrel to head and squeeze trigger.....but a point is a point, I guess.  (they probably wanted to help out dey boy GZ).
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 20, 2009, 02:18:23 PM
We really playing the fool, if this come back to bite we in de arse we look for it. Chance to go two game clear and we messing.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 20, 2009, 02:30:58 PM
We really playing the fool, if this come back to bite we in de arse we look for it. Chance to go two game clear and we messing.

  Yeah, jed.  I did done write off this game arready....even fall asleep before it start only to wake up at the half......even AFTER the ref make Lampard re-re-retake the penalty I thought we mighta scored again......like the commentators said, we really missin' Essien.  What they didn't say, though, is that Ballack playin' a setta SHIT! 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mad Scorpion a/k/a Big Bo$$ on December 21, 2009, 10:02:13 AM
We really playing the fool, if this come back to bite we in de arse we look for it. Chance to go two game clear and we messing.

  Yeah, jed.  I did done write off this game arready....even fall asleep before it start only to wake up at the half......even AFTER the ref make Lampard re-re-retake the penalty I thought we mighta scored again......like the commentators said, we really missin' Essien.  What they didn't say, though, is that Ballack playin' a setta SHIT

This is the third game in a row Ballack been sub par.  I wonder wha goin on wit him in troot.  I din see de game but one thing I've noticed is that the team doesn't play with the same level of inspiration and quality when Deco on the field.  The 2 who seem to suffer the most with Deco at CAM appear to be Lampard and Ballack.  Can't understand why considering his pedigree but I been noticing this going on fuh sometime now.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kicker on December 21, 2009, 10:11:27 AM

This is the third game in a row Ballack been sub par.  I wonder wha goin on wit him in troot.  I din see de game but one thing I've noticed is that the team doesn't play with the same level of inspiration and quality when Deco on the field.  The 2 who seem to suffer the most with Deco at CAM appear to be Lampard and Ballack.  Can't understand why considering his pedigree but I been noticing this going on fuh sometime now.

Ballack been past his shelf life for a while now...Since Euro 2008 last summer he was sh*ttin' on his tail. Technically gifted & physically capable still, but no where near the feared deadly player he was at the beginning of the decade. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on December 21, 2009, 10:12:16 AM
The sour part is that it look like they earmarking Ballack for the CDM role when Obi Mikel and Essien head off to the african nations.. I find he does look kinda clueless there, maybe it might make sense to give Beletti a try.

The game yesterday, in all fairness West Ham play real hard and wasn't giving Chelsea any space to operate in midfield. Credit where credit is due and they couldve stolen it at the end if Cech didnt save a Franco bullet header. Too bad, wouldve been nice to go 6 pts clear with the other sides slipping up..

Allyuh doh sleep on Aston Villa.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kicker on December 21, 2009, 11:08:25 AM
The sour part is that it look like they earmarking Ballack for the CDM role when Obi Mikel and Essien head off to the african nations.. I find he does look kinda clueless there, maybe it might make sense to give Beletti a try.

The game yesterday, in all fairness West Ham play real hard and wasn't giving Chelsea any space to operate in midfield. Credit where credit is due and they couldve stolen it at the end if Cech didnt save a Franco bullet header. Too bad, wouldve been nice to go 6 pts clear with the other sides slipping up..

Allyuh doh sleep on Aston Villa.

A.Villa question mark is their depth...Their starting XI has some under the radar talent.... Their game is built on the two racehorses- Agbonlahor (sp?) & Young, two decently skilled players- Milner and Petrov, Dunne keeping it together in the hole, and an effective big man up top - Carew....  Any injuries, and inevitable fatigue that will set in at season end, will be tough for them because I kinda doubt they have the depth on the bench to give those fellas a breather. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dwn on December 21, 2009, 11:55:09 AM
A.Villa question mark is their depth...Their starting XI has some under the radar talent.... Their game is built on the two racehorses- Agbonlahor (sp?) & Young, two decently skilled players- Milner and Petrov, Dunne keeping it together in the hole, and an effective big man up top - Carew....  Any injuries, and inevitable fatigue that will set in at season end, will be tough for them because I kinda doubt they have the depth on the bench to give those fellas a breather. 

Pretty much what happened last season when they faded in the end.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on December 21, 2009, 01:17:47 PM
i was talking that last night with some men and saying the problem is also that O'Neill don't like to rotate but they have more depth this year..

if you watch the side this year they have more depth than last season.. They have Curtis Davies, Collins and Cuellar giving depth behind Dunne in the central defence.. At wing back they playing Warnock and Beye now but they still have Luke Young, Shorey and Bouma coming back.. And in midfield they have Downing to cover for the wings, plus they could rotate Heskey and Carew up top.. This wasn't the case last year.

I feel they could make a good run this year if O'Neill manage the resources properly.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mad Scorpion a/k/a Big Bo$$ on December 21, 2009, 02:44:36 PM
The sour part is that it look like they earmarking Ballack for the CDM role when Obi Mikel and Essien head off to the african nations.. I find he does look kinda clueless there, maybe it might make sense to give Beletti a try.

The game yesterday, in all fairness West Ham play real hard and wasn't giving Chelsea any space to operate in midfield. Credit where credit is due and they couldve stolen it at the end if Cech didnt save a Franco bullet header. Too bad, wouldve been nice to go 6 pts clear with the other sides slipping up..

Allyuh doh sleep on Aston Villa.

He could handle it when he playin right, unfortunately he's in a spell of poor form.  Beletti is an option but despite Ballack's current form I rather him in the hole.  Deco ha to come off de bench fuh it to work doh, cause he killin chemistry.  Maybe Zirkov might finally get some run, I curious to see wha he ha to offer.  As fuh AV, Oneill know bout and has begun to address the depth issues so I expect them to be fresher down de stretch dis time around.  Last season he used a combined total of around 20 players through all competitions, while big 4 teams used around 30 and he spoke on it before the saeason so I expect he better prepared now than before.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kicker on December 21, 2009, 10:38:21 PM
The sour part is that it look like they earmarking Ballack for the CDM role when Obi Mikel and Essien head off to the african nations.. I find he does look kinda clueless there, maybe it might make sense to give Beletti a try.

The game yesterday, in all fairness West Ham play real hard and wasn't giving Chelsea any space to operate in midfield. Credit where credit is due and they couldve stolen it at the end if Cech didnt save a Franco bullet header. Too bad, wouldve been nice to go 6 pts clear with the other sides slipping up..

Allyuh doh sleep on Aston Villa.

He could handle it when he playin right, unfortunately he's in a spell of poor form. 

Spell yuh say?  Ballack looks like he's approaching the twilight of his career dread.  He will always be an asset because of his technique, but I wouldn't say this is a spell of poor form...I'd say this is where his game has dropped off to...In all fairness it's not that bad- just players of his pedigree will always be held to a higher standard. 

In his current state, even in good form- He's not as capable as Essien in that position, and the difference will be visible....Essien right now is heads and shoulders over anyone else in the midfield hole...(admittedly including meh boy Lass)...form notwithstanding. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on December 22, 2009, 04:36:46 AM
The sour part is that it look like they earmarking Ballack for the CDM role when Obi Mikel and Essien head off to the african nations.. I find he does look kinda clueless there, maybe it might make sense to give Beletti a try.

The game yesterday, in all fairness West Ham play real hard and wasn't giving Chelsea any space to operate in midfield. Credit where credit is due and they couldve stolen it at the end if Cech didnt save a Franco bullet header. Too bad, wouldve been nice to go 6 pts clear with the other sides slipping up..

Allyuh doh sleep on Aston Villa.

He could handle it when he playin right, unfortunately he's in a spell of poor form. 

Spell yuh say?  Ballack looks like he's approaching the twilight of his career dread.  He will always be an asset because of his technique, but I wouldn't say this is a spell of poor form...I'd say this is where his game has dropped off to...In all fairness it's not that bad- just players of his pedigree will always be held to a higher standard. 

In his current state, even in good form- He's not as capable as Essien in that position, and the difference will be visible....Essien right now is heads and shoulders over anyone else in the midfield hole...(admittedly including meh boy Lass)...form notwithstanding. 

Ballack was great for us at the start of the season, he's just had a few poor games. I would put that down to Essien being missing, and Ballack having to play in a deeper role than he would ideally want to. Noone in the world is as capable as Essien in the DM position so comparison to Essien is not fair, especially for someone who is not a natural DM.

Earlier in the season he and Lampard were terrorising defences because they had such a good understanding going forward (which would have been even more prolific had Deco not been there to salt down d place). When Ballack sits deeper that connection is obviously lost.

Beletti will probably play as the DM when African Nations starts, but I find he is rubbish. I would prefer they start givin Matic a lil run now to see whether he is capable.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kicker on December 22, 2009, 07:48:44 AM
Cool- point was not to compare him to Essien....I know they are different players with different strengths.

Even at what I consider to be the downward slope of his career, Ballack is a "big" player, and will always be crucial especially in big games where teams rely on experienced generals...

Just saying that his quality has dropped off significantly in my opinion over the past year & a half or so.....maybe on top of that he's had a temporary drop in form as well...just saying....

...I'd go with Ballack over Beletti in the hole though...Not too confident in Beletti other than in wide positions. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 24, 2009, 11:45:42 PM
The sour part is that it look like they earmarking Ballack for the CDM role when Obi Mikel and Essien head off to the african nations.. I find he does look kinda clueless there, maybe it might make sense to give Beletti a try.

The game yesterday, in all fairness West Ham play real hard and wasn't giving Chelsea any space to operate in midfield. Credit where credit is due and they couldve stolen it at the end if Cech didnt save a Franco bullet header. Too bad, wouldve been nice to go 6 pts clear with the other sides slipping up..

Allyuh doh sleep on Aston Villa.

He could handle it when he playin right, unfortunately he's in a spell of poor form. 

Spell yuh say?  Ballack looks like he's approaching the twilight of his career dread.  He will always be an asset because of his technique, but I wouldn't say this is a spell of poor form...I'd say this is where his game has dropped off to...In all fairness it's not that bad- just players of his pedigree will always be held to a higher standard. 

In his current state, even in good form- He's not as capable as Essien in that position, and the difference will be visible....Essien right now is heads and shoulders over anyone else in the midfield hole...(admittedly including meh boy Lass)...form notwithstanding. 

The problem is, though, that he was brought here for his pedigree and the team needs him to play up to it.  He really has not contributed as much as is needed of him since coming to Chelsea and that can't cut it.  Drogba can get away with a poor game (especially) if he pounces on a scoring opportunity or two.  Ballack, on the other hand, needs to be a much stronger force and physical prescence in the attacking midfield and to be a lot more than a thug foul waiting to happen.   
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 26, 2009, 11:46:37 AM
WTF?!?!  :cursing: First, is a 1-all draw with West Ham last week, now a nil-nil affair with Birmingham this weekend......If Chelsea come back and lose this EPL this season, they have no one to blame but themselves.......and next season they need to lay off the "ham" for Christmas! Evidently, dem and pork doh agree! Steups!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Daft Trini on December 26, 2009, 11:55:56 AM
WTF?!?!  :cursing: First, is a 1-all draw with West Ham last week, now a nil-nil affair with Birmingham this weekend......If Chelsea come back and lose this EPL this season, they have no one to blame but themselves.......and next season they need to lay off the "ham" for Christmas! Evidently, dem and pork doh agree! Steups!!

Yuh worried....

Big Side is Big Side.... keep dropping points...!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on December 26, 2009, 01:48:06 PM
WTF?!?!  :cursing: First, is a 1-all draw with West Ham last week, now a nil-nil affair with Birmingham this weekend......If Chelsea come back and lose this EPL this season, they have no one to blame but themselves.......and next season they need to lay off the "ham" for Christmas! Evidently, dem and pork doh agree! Steups!!

Not a great result, but Birmingham are a good side defensively, so perhaps a point isn't a disaster. Ancelotti wanted to give Sturridge a sweat in preparation for the next 5 weeks. The problem is Sturridge is $h!t, he spends way too much time on the ball and is a poor finisher. And if you haven't seen Borini yet, he is $h!t too. But the main thing is we will still be 2 points clear by tomorrow evening and hopefully Anelka will be back against Fulham, and Joe Cole will definitely start.

I would prefer we play a 4-5-1 with Anelka upfront and Joe Cole and Malouda as wingers during African Nations, but I guess dat cant happen against Fulham with Malouda on a ban now.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: big dawg on December 28, 2009, 11:15:32 AM
Slim 2-1 W vs Fulham  (Nothing for Dempsey)

With Anelka unfit, it wont get any easier with Drogba, Obi Mikel and Kalou out for the ANC...we clearly got defensive problems no doubth. And with ancolotti say he not dipping in the Transfer window come January..

Boy do we have work to do...

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on December 28, 2009, 11:20:19 AM
totally undeserved

When the African contingent depart and Anelka injured maybe some points will be dropped but the schedule seems easy while everyone is away.....unfortunately

btw I hate Drogba
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on December 28, 2009, 11:30:18 AM
totally undeserved

When the African contingent depart and Anelka injured maybe some points will be dropped but the schedule seems easy while everyone is away.....unfortunately

btw I hate Drogba

yuh smoking grass or what? 

chelsea was all over that side in the second half, was constant pressure. This fulham side is very difficult to break down, a very well coached side and a derby fixture so this was a very big, much needed win.

hopefully it gives the impetus to press on, looking for Anelka and Sturridge to pick up the slack in January.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on December 28, 2009, 02:04:02 PM
totally undeserved

When the African contingent depart and Anelka injured maybe some points will be dropped but the schedule seems easy while everyone is away.....unfortunately

btw I hate Drogba

Fulham are a good side, remember how they bulled yall?

3 points, 1st place, nothing else matters.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on December 28, 2009, 02:15:47 PM
totally undeserved

When the African contingent depart and Anelka injured maybe some points will be dropped but the schedule seems easy while everyone is away.....unfortunately

btw I hate Drogba

Fulham are a good side, remember how they bulled yall?

3 points, 1st place, nothing else matters.

how about working on your loyality... inter avatar?

f**king rentboy
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on December 28, 2009, 02:35:20 PM
totally undeserved

When the African contingent depart and Anelka injured maybe some points will be dropped but the schedule seems easy while everyone is away.....unfortunately

btw I hate Drogba

Fulham are a good side, remember how they bulled yall?

3 points, 1st place, nothing else matters.

how about working on your loyality... inter avatar?

f**king rentboy

how about I just support my local team who happens to be the best team in Europe. And when Inter visit in March, I will leave d stadium happy, since one of my teams will definitely be through to the quarters  ;)

Stop hating. If you're lookin for a rentboy I cant help you wid dat....try Manchester, they got bull by Fulham not once, not twice, but three times...
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on December 28, 2009, 02:48:50 PM
totally undeserved

When the African contingent depart and Anelka injured maybe some points will be dropped but the schedule seems easy while everyone is away.....unfortunately

btw I hate Drogba

Fulham are a good side, remember how they bulled yall?

3 points, 1st place, nothing else matters.

how about working on your loyality... inter avatar?

f**king rentboy

how about I just support my local team who happens to be the best team in Europe. And when Inter visit in March, I will leave d stadium happy, since one of my teams will definitely be through to the quarters  ;)

Stop hating. If you're lookin for a rentboy I cant help you wid dat....try Manchester, they got bull by Fulham not once, not twice, but three times...

you are such a plastic f**k..you don't even know what a Chelsea rentboy is

2 teams...pathetic

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on December 28, 2009, 02:56:26 PM
totally undeserved

When the African contingent depart and Anelka injured maybe some points will be dropped but the schedule seems easy while everyone is away.....unfortunately

btw I hate Drogba

Fulham are a good side, remember how they bulled yall?

3 points, 1st place, nothing else matters.

how about working on your loyality... inter avatar?

f**king rentboy

how about I just support my local team who happens to be the best team in Europe. And when Inter visit in March, I will leave d stadium happy, since one of my teams will definitely be through to the quarters  ;)

Stop hating. If you're lookin for a rentboy I cant help you wid dat....try Manchester, they got bull by Fulham not once, not twice, but three times...

you are such a plastic f**k..you don't even know what a Chelsea rentboy is

2 teams...pathetic

I would ask you what a Chelsea rentboy or a plastic f**k is, but neither of dem sound like anything I would be interested in. No doubt iz sumthin you read about on de internet.

Good luck against whoever yall are playin tomorrow  :thumbsup:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on December 28, 2009, 02:57:14 PM
totally undeserved

When the African contingent depart and Anelka injured maybe some points will be dropped but the schedule seems easy while everyone is away.....unfortunately

btw I hate Drogba

Fulham are a good side, remember how they bulled yall?

3 points, 1st place, nothing else matters.

how about working on your loyality... inter avatar?

f**king rentboy

how about I just support my local team who happens to be the best team in Europe. And when Inter visit in March, I will leave d stadium happy, since one of my teams will definitely be through to the quarters  ;)

Stop hating. If you're lookin for a rentboy I cant help you wid dat....try Manchester, they got bull by Fulham not once, not twice, but three times...

you are such a plastic f**k..you don't even know what a Chelsea rentboy is

2 teams...pathetic

I would ask you what a Chelsea rentboy or a plastic f**k is, but neither of dem sound like anything I would be interested in. No doubt iz sumthin you read about on de internet.

Good luck against whoever yall are playin tomorrow  :thumbsup:

haha word

 :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on December 29, 2009, 07:56:43 AM
WTF?!?!  :cursing: First, is a 1-all draw with West Ham last week, now a nil-nil affair with Birmingham this weekend......If Chelsea come back and lose this EPL this season, they have no one to blame but themselves.......and next season they need to lay off the "ham" for Christmas! Evidently, dem and pork doh agree! Steups!!

Yuh worried....

Big Side is Big Side.... keep dropping points...!

  Nah, Breds, Worried isn't de word......vex is more like it.
De only team that Chelsea have to face that could ever "worry" me is Barca.....and Ize a Barca fan anyway so I would be in meh glee in dat matchup.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on December 30, 2009, 09:31:47 AM
totally undeserved

When the African contingent depart and Anelka injured maybe some points will be dropped but the schedule seems easy while everyone is away.....unfortunately

btw I hate Drogba

SAF will be glad to trade 3 of his top players for Drogba right now though.
What have your Bebrbatov done for you lately?
Where the river of goals from useless Roonay?
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Post by: elan on January 04, 2010, 12:07:58 AM
Dey say class is.................. and Form is......................
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Post by: Blue on January 08, 2010, 03:47:50 PM
Game tomorrow called off, that is Part 1 of the African Nations drama successfully averted  ;D
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Post by: big dawg on January 16, 2010, 12:48:38 PM
I just find that this thread should NOT be on page 2 after the scoreline today....

so let me bring it back to page 1. ;D
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Post by: STEUPS!! on January 16, 2010, 01:43:30 PM
I just find that this thread should NOT be on page 2 after the scoreline today....

so let me bring it back to page 1.
;D

 :beermug: :beermug:

dat was licks today boy. waaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyzzzzzzzzzzz!
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Post by: Observer on January 16, 2010, 01:56:05 PM
Talk about dept! The opposition eh know who to shut down, players coming from everywhere, must of felt like Alamo 2  ;D
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Post by: elan on January 16, 2010, 02:09:45 PM
We don't post when we blazing people.  ::)
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Post by: WestCoast on January 16, 2010, 02:35:04 PM
good game blue man group :applause:




shithongs :devil:
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Post by: Babalawo on January 16, 2010, 05:54:08 PM
(http://s3.amazonaws.com/twitpic/photos/full/57774664.jpg?AWSAccessKeyId=0ZRYP5X5F6FSMBCCSE82&Expires=1263685979&Signature=Hl7pZF%2Fmk4dXuLQKRWB%2BN%2BoXQq4%3D)
Chelsea's Florent Malouda shows support for Haiti and Yele.
http://twitpic.com/ydkm1
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Post by: lefty on January 16, 2010, 06:21:17 PM
We don't post when we blazing people.  ::)

look how easy dat one throw ;D
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Post by: samo on January 16, 2010, 11:17:58 PM
Well Chelsea real play today... we make up for all the lala we play in Dec.
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Post by: dinho on January 18, 2010, 09:01:14 AM
Ghana and Chelsea's Essien ruled out of Nations Cup

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/africa/8464319.stm (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/africa/8464319.stm)

By Piers Edwards
BBC Sport, Luanda, Angola

Michael Essien has been ruled out of the Africa Cup of Nations

Ghana midfielder Michael Essien is out of the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations after suffering a knee injury in training.

The Chelsea star could also miss Premier League and Champions League matches after he suffered a partially torn medial ligament in his left knee.

Scans revealed he also suffered damage to his meniscus when sustaining the injury on Sunday morning.

Ghana's team doctor believes the injury will keep the 27-year-old out for at least a month and perhaps longer.

The news will come as a blow to both Chelsea's Premier League title aspirations as well as Ghanaian hopes of reaching the quarter-finals.

The Black Stars had been desperate to field Essien for Tuesday's must-win Group B tie against Burkina Faso in Luanda but he can only walk with the aid of crutches.

"This is a big blow because Michael is so important to our team," striker Matthew Amoah told BBC Sport.

"We've lost the motor in our midfield, and this is very bad."

The Chelsea man only returned to training on 6 January, having not played since tearing his hamstring while on Champions League duty with his English club in early December.

The hamstring problem meant Essien failed to start Friday's 3-1 defeat by the Ivory Coast, coming on a second half substitute for the clash in Cabinda.
   
He was stretchered off in that game before returning to the action, but his injury woes returned in full on Sunday morning.

"Michael was turning to make a pass when he just went down," midfielder Anthony Annan told BBC Sport.

"There was no contact from any other player but those around him say they heard a click, and then the physios rushed over."

Essien was ferried to hospital in an ambulance as he went for an MRI scan in Luanda on Sunday.

He becomes the latest of Ghana's key men to suffer injury, with John Pantsil, John Mensah, Laryea Kingston and Stephen Appiah all ruled out before the tournament.

If Ghana fail to beat the Burkinabe on Tuesday, the World Cup finalists will exit the Nations Cup.

Ivory Coast have already qualified from Group B, with four points from two games, while Burkina Faso have one point and Ghana none.

After Togo's withdrawal from the competition following the gun attack on their bus, Group B was reduced to three teams and just three matches.
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Post by: elan on January 27, 2010, 04:28:19 PM
Daiz what yuh call ah cutarse.
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Post by: dinho on January 27, 2010, 04:29:24 PM
Welcome back Drogba..

you were missed.. well... not really!
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Post by: Blue on January 27, 2010, 04:30:57 PM
Welcome back Drogba..

who?
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Post by: Blue on January 29, 2010, 11:30:31 AM
John Terry named as footballer allegedly bullin team-mate's girlfriend (Wayne Bridge)

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1247064/John-Terry-named-footballer-alleged-affair-team-mates-girlfriend.html#ixzz0e1VtLequ

John Terry today faces serious questions about his role as England captain after he was named as the star having an alleged affair with a team-mate’s girlfriend.
The Chelsea skipper is claimed to have cheated behind his wife's back. The England captain married Toni Poole in 2007.
Terry had won a gagging order stopping the public learning about his alleged affair but the injunction was lifted today.

Terry's so-called ‘super-injunction’ was granted by a High Court judge under human rights laws. He had successfully claimed that exposing his alleged infidelity would be a breach of his right to a ‘private and family life’.
The judge, Mr Justice Tugendhat, lifted the injunction on Friday afternoon, saying: 'I do not consider that an interim injunction is necessary or proportionate having regard to the level of gravity of the interference with the private life of the applicant that would occur in the event that there is a publication of the fact of the relationship, or that [the applicant] can rely in this case on the interference with the private life of anyone else.
Mr Justice Tugendhat granted the interim order to lawyers acting for LNS - as Terry is identified on court papers - at a private hearing in London last Friday. He said that it should remain in force until he delivered his decision on the application, which he gave in writing today.

Premier League star wins gagging order over secret affair with team-mate's girlfriendThe order covered the fact of a specified personal relationship between Terry, who is married with twins, and the named person, details about it including certain specific consequences, information leading to the identification of Terry or the other person and any photographs relating to it.
Giving his reasons for refusing to renew the injunction, the judge said: 'I accept that the information sought to be protected is not in the public domain in the sense that there is nothing left to be protected.

'But the evidence is that there has been wide circulation amongst those involved in the sport in question, including agents and others, and not just amongst those directly engaged in the sport.

'If the injunction ought otherwise be granted, I would not refuse it on this basis. But the fact that the information has become as widely available to so many people, means that an injunction is less necessary or proportionate than would otherwise be the case.
'Further, if - as I think likely - the real concern of the applicant in this case is the effect of publication upon the sponsorship business, then damages would be an adequate remedy if Terry succeeds at trial.'
It is the latest scandal to emerge surrounding Terry. In December, he was exposed for organising a secret tour of Chelsea’s training ground, apparently in exchange for a £10,000 cash payment that was made in the staff canteen.
Terry, who was accompanied by well-known ticket tout Tony Bruce, told undercover reporters from the News of the World that the arrangements for the tour had to be kept secret for fear that the club would ‘find out’.
‘If anything ever goes wrong, then you say “John didn’t know nothing about that”,’ Bruce told the reporters who secretly filmed the visit.
That incident cam shortly after Sportsmail revealed that Terry had enlisted the help of a marketing company, Riviera Entertainment Limited, to cash in on the England captain’s armband, prompting one FA official to say he had made himself look ‘greedy’.

‘John Terry is available to create effective brand awareness and endorse products and services globally,’ said the email that used the official FIFA World Cup logo without permission and, much to the surprise of Stamford Bridge officials, used an image of Terry in a Chelsea strip.
It then reminded potentially interested parties that ‘John Terry is: British sporting hero; England’s football captain; World Cup 2018 ambassador; Football icon; Dad of the year 2008; Voted as one of the World’s most influencial (sic) people.’
Even though Riviera claimed to have a contractual agreement with him, Terry issued a statement saying the email had been circulated without his permission.
In March last year, Terry's mum and mother-in-law were allegedly caught shoplifting £800-worth of clothes and food from Marks & Spencer and Tesco.
There was further family scandal in November when Terry's father was caught selling drugs. Ted Terry allegdly organised a deal to supply undercover News of the World reporters with cocaine.
Along with his two Premier League medals, Terry also won the 2008 Dad of the Year award after a survey carried out by Daddies Sauce.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: lefty on January 29, 2010, 11:55:46 AM
dat man family is ah crime synicate as a chelsea fan ah have to say dis real shameful :-[ but kicksy in weird sort of dark way ;D
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Post by: elan on January 30, 2010, 01:25:47 PM
Made hard work it, but a win is a win. Ballack should be fined.
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Post by: Mango Chow! on January 31, 2010, 07:44:59 AM
Made hard work it, but a win is a win. Ballack should be fined.

   What he do this time?  Ah miss de game......
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Post by: dinho on January 31, 2010, 12:18:33 PM
Made hard work it, but a win is a win. Ballack should be fined.

   What he do this time?  Ah miss de game......

Sometimes I does wonder if this man does collect his paycheck with a clear conscience.
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Post by: Blue on January 31, 2010, 12:37:53 PM
why all de hate for Ballack? he was playin in a relatively unfamiliar defensive midfield role and did alright yesterday....what's the problem?
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Post by: elan on January 31, 2010, 12:53:11 PM
why all de hate for Ballack? he was playin in a relatively unfamiliar defensive midfield role and did alright yesterday....what's the problem?


Ballack was off the pace big time. The play keep passing him, he made a lot of bad passes, defensively he was a liability. I don't know what's wrong with him. There is no way he can captain Germany.
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Post by: Mango Chow! on February 01, 2010, 06:51:53 AM
why all de hate for Ballack? he was playin in a relatively unfamiliar defensive midfield role and did alright yesterday....what's the problem?


Ballack was off the pace big time. The play keep passing him, he made a lot of bad passes, defensively he was a liability. I don't know what's wrong with him. There is no way he can captain Germany.

  Elan!  Yuh eh learn yuh tenses in school or wha?!   ;D  How de hell you go say "...defensively he was a liability..."? Whatever happened to the present continuous and future perfect?
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Post by: Mad Scorpion a/k/a Big Bo$$ on February 01, 2010, 12:31:57 PM
why all de hate for Ballack? he was playin in a relatively unfamiliar defensive midfield role and did alright yesterday....what's the problem?


Ballack was off the pace big time. The play keep passing him, he made a lot of bad passes, defensively he was a liability. I don't know what's wrong with him. There is no way he can captain Germany.

Well Considering hes a natural CAM and plays that position for Germany I truly doubt there are any issues hindering his captaincy of Deutschland.  As for Saturday he wasn't great but then again I doubt youd have a sparkling Lampard, Malouda or Deco playing CDM so all things relative I think yuh overreacting
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Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on February 02, 2010, 03:43:21 PM
I thought when Rooney scored 4 vs Hull that they were a shit side etc etc etc

well I guess the rent boys are even more shit....1-1 FT

Race blown wide open

United can go top vs Pompey at Old Trafford on Saturday...then Chelsea play Arsenal the next day...gotta love the EPL
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Post by: Blue on February 02, 2010, 04:06:44 PM
I thought when Rooney scored 4 vs Hull that they were a shit side etc etc etc

well I guess the rent boys are even more shit....1-1 FT

Race blown wide open

United can go top vs Pompey at Old Trafford on Saturday...then Chelsea play Arsenal the next day...gotta love the EPL

The best thing about being second is that you always have something to aspire to. I like your spirit  :thumbsup:

Two points dropped at the Bridge all season... don't worry we'll keep Arsenal off your backs  :chilling:
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Post by: elan on February 02, 2010, 04:15:22 PM
I thought when Rooney scored 4 vs Hull that they were a shit side etc etc etc

well I guess the rent boys are even more shit....1-1 FT

Race blown wide open

United can go top vs Pompey at Old Trafford on Saturday...then Chelsea play Arsenal the next day...gotta love the EPL

Hahahhaaaa....look at you.............
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Post by: Mad Scorpion a/k/a Big Bo$$ on February 03, 2010, 09:59:28 AM
I thought when Rooney scored 4 vs Hull that they were a shit side etc etc etc

well I guess the rent boys are even more shit....1-1 FT

Race blown wide open

United can go top vs Pompey at Old Trafford on Saturday...then Chelsea play Arsenal the next day...gotta love the EPL

You could talk da kinda shit when allyuh went an leh Burnley beat allyuh shit side?!  Yu eh shame?
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Post by: Andre on February 03, 2010, 12:20:20 PM
look like the yanks horning long before terry.

http://sports.yahoo.com/soccer/news?slug=ap-harkes-wynalda&prov=ap&type=lgns

NEW YORK (AP)—Breaking more than a decade of silence, former U.S. soccer coach Steve Sampson said Tuesday he dropped John Harkes from the national team roster two months before the 1998 World Cup because the American captain was having an affair with the wife of teammate Eric Wynalda.
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Post by: Blue on February 03, 2010, 02:18:04 PM
I thought when Rooney scored 4 vs Hull that they were a shit side etc etc etc

well I guess the rent boys are even more shit....1-1 FT

Race blown wide open

United can go top vs Pompey at Old Trafford on Saturday...then Chelsea play Arsenal the next day...gotta love the EPL

You could talk da kinda shit when allyuh went an leh Burnley beat allyuh shit side?!  Yu eh shame?

doh study him...he is a voyeur
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Post by: dinho on February 04, 2010, 11:54:01 AM
mm-hmmm.... my money HA HA..


Court lifts Chelsea transfer ban over Kakuta signing

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/teams/c/chelsea/8499169.stm

Chelsea have had their transfer ban lifted by the Court of Arbitration for Sport after reaching an agreement with Lens over the signing of Gael Kakuta.

A statement on the CAS website said that the two clubs and the player had accepted the player's contract with the French side was not valid.

Thus Kakuta could not have terminated it prematurely, so Chelsea could not be liable for inducing it to be breached.

The CAS said all parties agreed the proceedings would remain confidential.
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Post by: Mango Chow! on February 05, 2010, 08:59:47 PM
Ah jes' curious to know:did the FA ever review and rescind that yellow card that Drogba had get for takin' dat Silver Fox drop-kick in he chest from dat imps from manu?
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Post by: elan on February 05, 2010, 09:25:53 PM
Ah jes' curious to know:did the FA ever review and rescind that yellow card that Drogba had get for takin' dat Silver Fox drop-kick in he chest from dat imps from manu?

Wasn't it the best midfielder in the world who did that?
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Post by: WestCoast on February 07, 2010, 10:27:47 AM
Great Match for the Drog so far :o
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Post by: Mango Chow! on February 07, 2010, 11:00:13 AM
The past few weeks rooney has been (admittedly) in fine form and all the England and manUre supporters and sympathizers want to adorn him the title as best forward in the world.  Ah was only laughing meh ass off! They even wanted to suggest he could take over the Hengland Captaincy.......Oh please!  THIS is the best forward in the world right now! I always say, if Drogba would put his head down, cut out all the drama and histrionics and focus on doing what he does best, he is untouchable!! 
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Post by: Bitter on February 07, 2010, 12:52:28 PM
Ruthless Efficiency
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Post by: Mango Chow! on February 07, 2010, 12:57:37 PM
......and Drogba was a few centimeters short of a hat-trick!  Dammit!
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Post by: elan on February 07, 2010, 01:25:19 PM
Just came from church........I should have just stayed and watch Drogba preach he sermon, cause apparently he had Arsenal in a trance.
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Post by: Toppa on February 07, 2010, 01:32:26 PM
Just came from church........I should have just stayed and watch Drogba preach he sermon, cause apparently he had Arsenal in a trance.

 :devil:
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Post by: Mango Chow! on February 07, 2010, 01:33:20 PM
Just came from church........I should have just stayed and watch Drogba preach he sermon, cause apparently he had Arsenal in a trance.


   Aaaaaaaaaaaaaye-MEN! (against boys!)
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Post by: Blue on February 07, 2010, 03:40:01 PM
Drogba apologising to Clichy in advance for not at least using vaseline.
(http://i110.photobucket.com/albums/n110/rgt_2006/001.jpg)
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Post by: elan on February 10, 2010, 02:56:23 PM
No way that was a PK. No contact was made. Well done Cech.
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Post by: DeSoWa on February 10, 2010, 03:57:03 PM
 :devil:

Big Up!
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Post by: GunnerStunner on February 10, 2010, 03:59:56 PM
big side like everton
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on February 10, 2010, 04:05:47 PM
big side like everton


For real, bigger than arsenal. i had that game down as a loss beforehand....and I will call a couple others now => in the run in, we will drop points against Villa at home and Liverpool away. United will drop points at Everton and at Man City. Chelsea/Man U will draw at Old Trafford.

By de way, where yall are now? I doh really look dat far down the table....  ;D
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Post by: GunnerStunner on February 10, 2010, 04:20:33 PM
big side like everton


For real, bigger than arsenal. i had that game down as a loss beforehand....and I will call a couple others now => in the run in, we will drop points against Villa at home and Liverpool away. United will drop points at Everton and at Man City. Chelsea/Man U will draw at Old Trafford.

By de way, where yall are now? I doh really look dat far down the table....  ;D

yeah d same everton we beat 6-1 hahahah at the same place you played them boo frickin hoo

doh studdy who beind you son its who in yuh coming games that will trip you up
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Post by: elan on February 10, 2010, 04:21:35 PM
We loss, how many teams pass we in the table?
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Post by: DeSoWa on February 10, 2010, 04:33:40 PM
Yesterday you were the dog, today you are the fire hydrant  :D

Big Up!
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Post by: xixgon on February 10, 2010, 04:59:31 PM
Terrrry an Cech boy....a Killer Combo today.
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Post by: Mango Chow! on February 10, 2010, 05:42:14 PM
We win some, we lose some.  At the end of this day, 19 teams in the epl STILL smellin' we ass!!
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Post by: Blue on February 11, 2010, 12:51:00 PM
This is a complete disaster  :-\

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/c/chelsea/8511556.stm

Ankle fracture rules Ashley Cole out for three months  

Chelsea will be without Ashley Cole for around three months after the England defender fractured his left ankle in Wednesday's 2-1 defeat by Everton.

The 29-year-old left-back limped off in the second half after a challenge by Everton's Landon Donovan.

A scan on Thursday revealed the full extent of Cole's injury.

It leaves him with a fight to regain his fitness in time for this summer's World Cup, with England's first match against the United States on 12 June.

Cole has been in superb form for Chelsea this season and his absence will be a blow to Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti, who saw his side's lead at the top of the Premier League cut to one point after their defeat at Goodison Park.

Yuri Zhirkov could deputise at left-back although Paulo Ferreira, predominantly a right-back, is versatile enough to play anywhere across the backline.

Cole could be back in action by mid-May but it leaves him only a handful of games before the finals in South Africa get under way.

And he will definitely miss England's only scheduled friendly before the World Cup, against Egypt at Wembley on 3 March, although there are plans to arrange another game against Mexico ahead of the finals.

That means Manchester City's left-back Wayne Bridge, who was caught up in the scandal that led to John Terry being stripped of the England captaincy last week, is likely to come into the reckoning.

Terry has been given time off by Chelsea and will miss Saturday's FA Cup tie against Cardiff after flying to Dubai to visit his wife.
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Post by: FF on February 11, 2010, 12:53:19 PM

Cole could be back in action by mid-May but it leaves him only a handful of games before the finals in South Africa get under way.

And he will definitely miss England's only scheduled friendly before the World Cup, against Egypt at Wembley on 3 March, although there are plans to arrange another game against Mexico ahead of the finals.

That means Manchester City's left-back Wayne Bridge, who was caught up in the scandal that led to John Terry being stripped of the England captaincy last week, is likely to come into the reckoning.

Terry has been given time off by Chelsea and will miss Saturday's FA Cup tie against Cardiff after flying to Dubai to visit his wife.



Mua ha ha ha...

You know I had a mind something so was gone happen.... now Bridge not only sure to go Africa... he might start too!!


hard luck de cole... heal up fast
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Post by: Blue on February 11, 2010, 12:56:46 PM

Cole could be back in action by mid-May but it leaves him only a handful of games before the finals in South Africa get under way.

And he will definitely miss England's only scheduled friendly before the World Cup, against Egypt at Wembley on 3 March, although there are plans to arrange another game against Mexico ahead of the finals.

That means Manchester City's left-back Wayne Bridge, who was caught up in the scandal that led to John Terry being stripped of the England captaincy last week, is likely to come into the reckoning.

Terry has been given time off by Chelsea and will miss Saturday's FA Cup tie against Cardiff after flying to Dubai to visit his wife.



Mua ha ha ha...

You know I had a mind something so was gone happen.... now Bridge not only sure to go Africa... he might start too!!


hard luck de cole... heal up fast

lol, i didnt even study dat
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Post by: elan on February 11, 2010, 02:07:13 PM
Blue through and through!!!!!!!!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 11, 2010, 11:48:21 PM

Cole could be back in action by mid-May but it leaves him only a handful of games before the finals in South Africa get under way.

And he will definitely miss England's only scheduled friendly before the World Cup, against Egypt at Wembley on 3 March, although there are plans to arrange another game against Mexico ahead of the finals.

That means Manchester City's left-back Wayne Bridge, who was caught up in the scandal that led to John Terry being stripped of the England captaincy last week, is likely to come into the reckoning.

Terry has been given time off by Chelsea and will miss Saturday's FA Cup tie against Cardiff after flying to Dubai to visit his wife.



Mua ha ha ha...

You know I had a mind something so was gone happen.... now Bridge not only sure to go Africa... he might start too!!


hard luck de cole... heal up fast


  FF...."The Laws of The Universe" is a helluva ting boy!  You couldn'ta WRITE this into a soap opera script any more dramatic!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on February 20, 2010, 08:44:47 AM
big side like everton


For real, bigger than arsenal. i had that game down as a loss beforehand....and I will call a couple others now => in the run in, we will drop points against Villa at home and Liverpool away. United will drop points at Everton and at Man City. Chelsea/Man U will draw at Old Trafford.

 :beermug:
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Post by: Mango Chow! on February 20, 2010, 08:50:01 AM
1 down, (manUre 1 : 3 Everton  :wavetowel:) 1 more to go!


Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 : 2 Didier Drogba

   wayne who?!?!....to FACK outta here!! 
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Post by: SOBRIQUET on February 24, 2010, 10:41:46 AM
Massive, Massive game today @ the San Siro!   I say 1-1
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on February 25, 2010, 06:30:42 PM
Chelsea - Man City this weekend. I hope we win, but to be honest daz not de reason I interested in dis one....now that he has pulled out of the England squad, Wayne Bridge is gonna get murdered by the fans at Stamford Bridge on Saturday...tickets for this game sold out faster than for any other game this season....iz gonna be awful :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:


Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on February 25, 2010, 09:11:15 PM
Chelsea - Man City this weekend. I hope we win, but to be honest daz not de reason I interested in dis one....now that he has pulled out of the England squad, Wayne Bridge is gonna get murdered by the fans at Stamford Bridge on Saturday...tickets for this game sold out faster than for any other game this season....iz gonna be awful :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:




Wayne Bridge is ah foooking idiot. That's why JT beat out he thing, no balls.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 27, 2010, 06:52:28 AM
bridge choose not to shake terry han  :rotfl:

now to let city beat out chelski :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on February 27, 2010, 07:33:55 AM
scar face scores  :devil: 1-1
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bitter on February 27, 2010, 07:34:21 AM
Flikin Tevez!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 07:40:48 AM
Flikin Tevez!

 :cursing: Hilario!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: HEADS HIGH on February 27, 2010, 07:48:05 AM
terry gets turned again
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bitter on February 27, 2010, 07:51:50 AM
Flikin Tevez!

 :cursing: Hilario!!

Nah man, it had all kinda men to blame before the shot. But it was a damn good shot. I doh think it was a miss-hit like they saying on tv. Tevez ketch the man leaning near post for the blast and dink it far post. The pace of the shot only serve to make it look like he coulda save it. Maybe if his fingers were longer...
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 27, 2010, 07:52:30 AM
terry gets turned again

terry is ah bus, he get found out this week, bad news for england

terry having a shaky old timie today, like a guilty man  :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on February 27, 2010, 07:59:00 AM
:devil: :devil: :devil: :devil: :devil:


2-1
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 27, 2010, 07:59:21 AM
belamy all over yuh muuddacontainer :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: HEADS HIGH on February 27, 2010, 08:01:12 AM
nice
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on February 27, 2010, 08:01:42 AM
belamy all over yuh muuddacontainer :rotfl:

 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 08:10:23 AM
Flikin Tevez!

 :cursing: Hilario!!

Nah man, it had all kinda men to blame before the shot. But it was a damn good shot. I doh think it was a miss-hit like they saying on tv. Tevez ketch the man leaning near post for the blast and dink it far post. The pace of the shot only serve to make it look like he coulda save it. Maybe if his fingers were longer...

 Yeah, I have to admit ah miss it when ah went in de kitchen but when ah check SKY, they describe it as a "weak shot" that "squirm " through his hands anad roll into the net....
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on February 27, 2010, 08:11:14 AM
look tevez and terry looking to fight  :D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on February 27, 2010, 08:11:58 AM
Flikin Tevez!

 :cursing: Hilario!!

Nah man, it had all kinda men to blame before the shot. But it was a damn good shot. I doh think it was a miss-hit like they saying on tv. Tevez ketch the man leaning near post for the blast and dink it far post. The pace of the shot only serve to make it look like he coulda save it. Maybe if his fingers were longer...

 Yeah, I have to admit ah miss it when ah went in de kitchen but when ah check SKY, they describe it as a "weak shot" that "squirm " through his hands anad roll into the net....

it was a weak shot but well placed the keeper could not get that
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 08:19:51 AM
Anelka.....hard to figure out whether he just lazy...or if he is so gifted that everything comes so easy to him that he looks like he isn't even trying most times.....


  I cyah understand how the EPL, which at this point, is probably England's biggest export (after imperialism) and possibly the most popular league in the world and they would still have such consistently poor officiating... ???
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on February 27, 2010, 08:22:55 AM
uh uh red card and penalty  ::)  :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bitter on February 27, 2010, 08:23:05 AM
Game done!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on February 27, 2010, 08:24:32 AM
3-1  :rotfl: , nice
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kaliman2006 on February 27, 2010, 08:25:54 AM
Just watched the replay showing the foul.

Looks like the Man City player (not sure what his name is) dove. There was hardly any contact with the unfortunate Chelsea player who got sent off.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 08:26:20 AM
Game done!

  you took the words right out meh mout'.....Chelsea only have themselves to blame......Yuh cyah be drawin' games wit side like birmingham, west ham and losin' to wigan....even mancity in shambles right now and yuh lettin' dem come in yuh own yard and run yuh.......nah!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Daft Trini on February 27, 2010, 08:27:18 AM
De Big Side getting beaten by 2 goals yes...  :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: HEADS HIGH on February 27, 2010, 08:28:06 AM
arsenal in 'the title race again
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 27, 2010, 08:28:43 AM
Anelka.....hard to figure out whether he just lazy...or if he is so gifted that everything comes so easy to him that he looks like he isn't even trying most times.....


  I cyah understand how the EPL, which at this point, is probably England's biggest export (after imperialism) and possibly the most popular league in the world and they would still have such consistently poor officiating... ???

england alone? are you nuts half the refs in the world catch dey arse tv doh help esp when you cyar use it to help you

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 08:28:58 AM
Just watched the replay showing the foul.

Looks like the Man City player (not sure what his name is) dove. There was hardly any contact with the unfortunate Chelsea player who got sent off.

  First thing.....them men supposed to KNOW this referee like to be the focus so yuh cyah make dem kinda tackle that would put a decision like dat in he hand......there was not enough contact to make him fall, but yuh Beletti never made any attempt to try and come around the man......stupid tackle.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on February 27, 2010, 08:29:01 AM
De Big Side getting beaten by 2 goals yes...  :rotfl:

tell them hahahaha  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

red card again for Chelsea  :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on February 27, 2010, 08:29:11 AM
Who de hell is this ref? Havew he ever done a top level game before? Right nolw he will buy sand on the beach.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bitter on February 27, 2010, 08:29:42 AM
arsenal in 'the title race again

Enjoy the Bronze Medal...
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 27, 2010, 08:31:05 AM
ahahahah ballack d container send off

chelsea is sore losers

and soundly beaten, and served a hearlty helping of humble pie

TEAM BRIDGE!! :devil: :rotfl:

so now no cech no cole no balletti no ballack sounds like more points for chelsea to drop
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on February 27, 2010, 08:31:32 AM
where Ryan ???

Do big sides get beaten by 2 goals?

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Daft Trini on February 27, 2010, 08:31:55 AM
classless and indiscipline set of wife shaggers.... wait... wait....... wait.......... soon dey go look to protest and appeal to get the cards turned....

Thanks for the laugh Chelski.... :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Reaper2004 on February 27, 2010, 08:32:01 AM
Just watched the replay showing the foul.

Looks like the Man City player (not sure what his name is) dove. There was hardly any contact with the unfortunate Chelsea player who got sent off.

The one that was fouled by Beletti was Gareth Barry
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on February 27, 2010, 08:32:27 AM
This is a joke.

The FA out to give Bridge some confidence to get him into the WC team. Bastard.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 27, 2010, 08:33:26 AM
Who de hell is this ref? Havew he ever done a top level game before? Right nolw he will buy sand on the beach.

d man who has awarded the most penalties in the EPL this season

d FA sure knows how to pick them
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on February 27, 2010, 08:33:44 AM
classless and indiscipline set of wife shaggers.... wait... wait....... wait.......... soon dey go look to protest and appeal to get the cards turned....

Thanks for the laugh Chelski.... :rotfl:


You talking shyte, Ballack complaining all game cause the ref calling real shyte. Laugh alyuh laugh nah man, still top.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Daft Trini on February 27, 2010, 08:35:09 AM
This is a joke.

The FA out to give Bridge some confidence to get him into the WC team. Bastard.


No buddy the joke on all yuh today...

Terry do shit for the first one... Obi Mikel get beat fuh being like molasses and de 3rd was retribution for all de shyte tackles... and now 3 clear goals in all yuh muddddarse...
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on February 27, 2010, 08:35:26 AM
Thank you FA.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Reaper2004 on February 27, 2010, 08:35:52 AM
make that 4-1 to City
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on February 27, 2010, 08:36:11 AM
karma is a bitch
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 27, 2010, 08:36:52 AM
ahahahahahahahahahahahaha

 4-1

again terry catch he arse to reach wrigth phillips and failed to put a d cross  :rotfl: :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 08:37:14 AM
Anelka.....hard to figure out whether he just lazy...or if he is so gifted that everything comes so easy to him that he looks like he isn't even trying most times.....


  I cyah understand how the EPL, which at this point, is probably England's biggest export (after imperialism) and possibly the most popular league in the world and they would still have such consistently poor officiating... ???

england alone? are you nuts half the refs in the world catch dey arse tv doh help esp when you cyar use it to help you




Bossman, ah know it kinda early, but read my statement in its entirety and try to understand nuh......officiating on a whole can be quite suspect.....but the EPL is probably and likely enjoys the widest broadcast audience in the world and in spite of it, their officiating, IMO, is far from acceptable.  I am talking about poor calls that you KNOW you don't need television to show you to make the right call between a referee and a linesman.  This game is not really that hard to officiate......  
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on February 27, 2010, 08:37:51 AM
This is a joke.

The FA out to give Bridge some confidence to get him into the WC team. Bastard.


No buddy the joke on all yuh today...

Terry do shit for the first one... Obi Mikel get beat fuh being like molasses and de 3rd was retribution for all de shyte tackles... and now 3 clear goals in all yuh muddddarse...


The ref dictated the pace in the last 30 minutes and moreso in the last 15. 2-1 with everything going towards Man City goal you will always give the odds on Chelsea scoring. How many times have Chelsea been chasing a 2-1 and win or equalize, but the ref took care of that.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 27, 2010, 08:38:17 AM
Thank you FA.

well yuh know d saying?

fortune favors the brave but the FA favours Manu
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: HEADS HIGH on February 27, 2010, 08:38:58 AM
leave terry home and carry bridge
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bitter on February 27, 2010, 08:39:29 AM
Anelka.....hard to figure out whether he just lazy...or if he is so gifted that everything comes so easy to him that he looks like he isn't even trying most times.....


  I cyah understand how the EPL, which at this point, is probably England's biggest export (after imperialism) and possibly the most popular league in the world and they would still have such consistently poor officiating... ???

england alone? are you nuts half the refs in the world catch dey arse tv doh help esp when you cyar use it to help you




Bossman, ah know it kinda early, but read my statement in its entirety and try to understand nuh......officiating on a whole can be quite suspect.....but the EPL is probably and likely enjoys the widest broadcast audience in the world and in spite of it, their officiating, IMO, is far from acceptable.  I am talking about poor calls that you KNOW you don't need television to show you to make the right call between a referee and a linesman.  This game is not really that hard to officiate......  

and as you say that, a next soft penalty
4-2
The comeback is on!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on February 27, 2010, 08:42:28 AM
Down to 9 men and Man City defending hard.  :rotfl: :rotfl:


This ref is useless. That's a lazy fall by Anelka.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Observer on February 27, 2010, 08:44:18 AM
leave terry home and carry bridge

most fans of England who watched the Stoke vs Man City game will say Capello lucked out when Wayne Bridge refused the call up.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Bitter on February 27, 2010, 08:44:33 AM

and as you say that, a next soft penalty
4-2
The comeback is on!

...as in come back to the dressing room with a L
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: MEP on February 27, 2010, 08:46:32 AM
Anelka.....hard to figure out whether he just lazy...or if he is so gifted that everything comes so easy to him that he looks like he isn't even trying most times.....


  I cyah understand how the EPL, which at this point, is probably England's biggest export (after imperialism) and possibly the most popular league in the world and they would still have such consistently poor officiating... ???

england alone? are you nuts half the refs in the world catch dey arse tv doh help esp when you cyar use it to help you




Bossman, ah know it kinda early, but read my statement in its entirety and try to understand nuh......officiating on a whole can be quite suspect.....but the EPL is probably and likely enjoys the widest broadcast audience in the world and in spite of it, their officiating, IMO, is far from acceptable.  I am talking about poor calls that you KNOW you don't need television to show you to make the right call between a referee and a linesman.  This game is not really that hard to officiate......  


Sounds like you've never refereed in your life...yuh mus try it some time...it is not as easy as it looks
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 27, 2010, 08:47:14 AM
Anelka.....hard to figure out whether he just lazy...or if he is so gifted that everything comes so easy to him that he looks like he isn't even trying most times.....


  I cyah understand how the EPL, which at this point, is probably England's biggest export (after imperialism) and possibly the most popular league in the world and they would still have such consistently poor officiating... ???

england alone? are you nuts half the refs in the world catch dey arse tv doh help esp when you cyar use it to help you




Bossman, ah know it kinda early, but read my statement in its entirety and try to understand nuh......officiating on a whole can be quite suspect.....but the EPL is probably and likely enjoys the widest broadcast audience in the world and in spite of it, their officiating, IMO, is far from acceptable.  I am talking about poor calls that you KNOW you don't need television to show you to make the right call between a referee and a linesman.  This game is not really that hard to officiate......  

how you know he didnt need tv to make d right call? you can see through his eyes? photographic memory with slo mo replay??
and its not hard but it certainly isnt easy, i reff time to time and have done the course with the local fa here

i agree the reffs can be way better but it is a catch 22
reffs are closer to the ball and action these days (but i also think they have been causing a fraction of a second delay to players passes moves etc)
then on break aways the reff at best has 2 views his and the linesman
but if the ball is on the opposite side to the ref n lino he in trouble
easy penaltys blatant ones turned down offside calls gone wrong
my pet peeve is tackles and consitent tackles and consitency of bookings for tackles from behind and the worst of all holding and SHIRT pulling i always blow for that or play the advantage
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on February 27, 2010, 08:51:16 AM
Wayne Bridge is a BIATCH!!!!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on February 27, 2010, 08:51:58 AM

 Laugh alyuh laugh nah man,
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Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 08:52:52 AM
Anelka.....hard to figure out whether he just lazy...or if he is so gifted that everything comes so easy to him that he looks like he isn't even trying most times.....


  I cyah understand how the EPL, which at this point, is probably England's biggest export (after imperialism) and possibly the most popular league in the world and they would still have such consistently poor officiating... ???

england alone? are you nuts half the refs in the world catch dey arse tv doh help esp when you cyar use it to help you




Bossman, ah know it kinda early, but read my statement in its entirety and try to understand nuh......officiating on a whole can be quite suspect.....but the EPL is probably and likely enjoys the widest broadcast audience in the world and in spite of it, their officiating, IMO, is far from acceptable.  I am talking about poor calls that you KNOW you don't need television to show you to make the right call between a referee and a linesman.  This game is not really that hard to officiate......  


Sounds like you've never refereed in your life...yuh mus try it some time...it is not as easy as it looks


   Clean yuh ears.


Anelka.....hard to figure out whether he just lazy...or if he is so gifted that everything comes so easy to him that he looks like he isn't even trying most times.....


  I cyah understand how the EPL, which at this point, is probably England's biggest export (after imperialism) and possibly the most popular league in the world and they would still have such consistently poor officiating... ???

england alone? are you nuts half the refs in the world catch dey arse tv doh help esp when you cyar use it to help you




Bossman, ah know it kinda early, but read my statement in its entirety and try to understand nuh......officiating on a whole can be quite suspect.....but the EPL is probably and likely enjoys the widest broadcast audience in the world and in spite of it, their officiating, IMO, is far from acceptable.  I am talking about poor calls that you KNOW you don't need television to show you to make the right call between a referee and a linesman.  This game is not really that hard to officiate......  

how you know he didnt need tv to make d right call? you can see through his eyes? photographic memory with slo mo replay??
and its not hard but it certainly isnt easy, i reff time to time and have done the course with the local fa here

i agree the reffs can be way better but it is a catch 22
reffs are closer to the ball and action these days (but i also think they have been causing a fraction of a second delay to players passes moves etc)
then on break aways the reff at best has 2 views his and the linesman
but if the ball is on the opposite side to the ref n lino he in trouble
easy penaltys blatant ones turned down offside calls gone wrong
my pet peeve is tackles and consitent tackles and consitency of bookings for tackles from behind and the worst of all holding and SHIRT pulling i always blow for that or play the advantage

    I expect to NEVER see you bitchin' about refs again......like you was not BARELY a week ago.   I could only laugh at allyuh so.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: richpy on February 27, 2010, 08:54:05 AM
Chelsea trying their best to lose this League. Thy had this game under control and just self-destruct. Disgusting!
When Essien coming back, because this John Obi Mikel pulling stones. He cause or had a hand in Man City first 2 goals.
Mangowchow, yeh Anelka does look lazy but if yuh watch him closely the man does make excellent runs, and today he was menacing, but unlucky.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 27, 2010, 08:55:54 AM
Anelka.....hard to figure out whether he just lazy...or if he is so gifted that everything comes so easy to him that he looks like he isn't even trying most times.....


  I cyah understand how the EPL, which at this point, is probably England's biggest export (after imperialism) and possibly the most popular league in the world and they would still have such consistently poor officiating... ???

england alone? are you nuts half the refs in the world catch dey arse tv doh help esp when you cyar use it to help you




Bossman, ah know it kinda early, but read my statement in its entirety and try to understand nuh......officiating on a whole can be quite suspect.....but the EPL is probably and likely enjoys the widest broadcast audience in the world and in spite of it, their officiating, IMO, is far from acceptable.  I am talking about poor calls that you KNOW you don't need television to show you to make the right call between a referee and a linesman.  This game is not really that hard to officiate......  


Sounds like you've never refereed in your life...yuh mus try it some time...it is not as easy as it looks


   Clean yuh ears.


Anelka.....hard to figure out whether he just lazy...or if he is so gifted that everything comes so easy to him that he looks like he isn't even trying most times.....


  I cyah understand how the EPL, which at this point, is probably England's biggest export (after imperialism) and possibly the most popular league in the world and they would still have such consistently poor officiating... ???

england alone? are you nuts half the refs in the world catch dey arse tv doh help esp when you cyar use it to help you




Bossman, ah know it kinda early, but read my statement in its entirety and try to understand nuh......officiating on a whole can be quite suspect.....but the EPL is probably and likely enjoys the widest broadcast audience in the world and in spite of it, their officiating, IMO, is far from acceptable.  I am talking about poor calls that you KNOW you don't need television to show you to make the right call between a referee and a linesman.  This game is not really that hard to officiate......  

how you know he didnt need tv to make d right call? you can see through his eyes? photographic memory with slo mo replay??
and its not hard but it certainly isnt easy, i reff time to time and have done the course with the local fa here

i agree the reffs can be way better but it is a catch 22
reffs are closer to the ball and action these days (but i also think they have been causing a fraction of a second delay to players passes moves etc)
then on break aways the reff at best has 2 views his and the linesman
but if the ball is on the opposite side to the ref n lino he in trouble
easy penaltys blatant ones turned down offside calls gone wrong
my pet peeve is tackles and consitent tackles and consitency of bookings for tackles from behind and the worst of all holding and SHIRT pulling i always blow for that or play the advantage

    I expect to NEVER see you bitchin' about refs again......like you was not BARELY a week ago.   I could only laugh at allyuh so.

i did the ref course cus i sick of seeing shithound refs here and away
so i have full authority to bitch at reffs
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Daft Trini on February 27, 2010, 08:57:01 AM

 Laugh alyuh laugh nah man,
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Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 27, 2010, 08:58:40 AM
Chelsea trying their best to lose this League. Thy had this game under control and just self-destruct. Disgusting!
When Essien coming back, because this John Obi Mikel pulling stones. He cause or had a hand in Man City first 2 goals.
Mangowchow, yeh Anelka does look lazy but if yuh watch him closely the man does make excellent runs, and today he was menacing, but unlucky.

it have certain men crying dong song saying mikel better than him, so far song have the upper hand this season
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 09:01:38 AM
Anelka.....hard to figure out whether he just lazy...or if he is so gifted that everything comes so easy to him that he looks like he isn't even trying most times.....


  I cyah understand how the EPL, which at this point, is probably England's biggest export (after imperialism) and possibly the most popular league in the world and they would still have such consistently poor officiating... ???

england alone? are you nuts half the refs in the world catch dey arse tv doh help esp when you cyar use it to help you




Bossman, ah know it kinda early, but read my statement in its entirety and try to understand nuh......officiating on a whole can be quite suspect.....but the EPL is probably and likely enjoys the widest broadcast audience in the world and in spite of it, their officiating, IMO, is far from acceptable.  I am talking about poor calls that you KNOW you don't need television to show you to make the right call between a referee and a linesman.  This game is not really that hard to officiate......  


Sounds like you've never refereed in your life...yuh mus try it some time...it is not as easy as it looks


   Clean yuh ears.


Anelka.....hard to figure out whether he just lazy...or if he is so gifted that everything comes so easy to him that he looks like he isn't even trying most times.....


  I cyah understand how the EPL, which at this point, is probably England's biggest export (after imperialism) and possibly the most popular league in the world and they would still have such consistently poor officiating... ???

england alone? are you nuts half the refs in the world catch dey arse tv doh help esp when you cyar use it to help you




Bossman, ah know it kinda early, but read my statement in its entirety and try to understand nuh......officiating on a whole can be quite suspect.....but the EPL is probably and likely enjoys the widest broadcast audience in the world and in spite of it, their officiating, IMO, is far from acceptable.  I am talking about poor calls that you KNOW you don't need television to show you to make the right call between a referee and a linesman.  This game is not really that hard to officiate......  

how you know he didnt need tv to make d right call? you can see through his eyes? photographic memory with slo mo replay??
and its not hard but it certainly isnt easy, i reff time to time and have done the course with the local fa here

i agree the reffs can be way better but it is a catch 22
reffs are closer to the ball and action these days (but i also think they have been causing a fraction of a second delay to players passes moves etc)
then on break aways the reff at best has 2 views his and the linesman
but if the ball is on the opposite side to the ref n lino he in trouble
easy penaltys blatant ones turned down offside calls gone wrong
my pet peeve is tackles and consitent tackles and consitency of bookings for tackles from behind and the worst of all holding and SHIRT pulling i always blow for that or play the advantage

    I expect to NEVER see you bitchin' about refs again......like you was not BARELY a week ago.   I could only laugh at allyuh so.

i did the ref course cus i sick of seeing shithound refs here and away
so i have full authority to bitch at reffs

 ......again, you either very hard of understanding or are hypocritical til it blinds you.....I not questioning your "authority "to criticize the officiating, boss....but the fact that you were ssssssssssso disgusted with the officiating to the point that you even did the proactive thing in taking a course, strongly leans toward the point I was making in the first damned place: The EPL/FA needs to step up with its/their quality of referees.  Plain and simple.    


******I'm sure if I were to invest the time in pulling up some of your recent posts....I will find one where yuh was doggin' the ref (on a not-so-obvious call) the other day, yet you want to come here today and defend them, just because the result suits your shit side.  Try to be less transparent and more honest than that nuh*******
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Daft Trini on February 27, 2010, 09:07:06 AM
aye all yuh get all yuh arse cut... stop bitching about the ref's nah... :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on February 27, 2010, 09:11:52 AM

 Laugh alyuh laugh nah man,
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Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 09:17:43 AM

and as you say that, a next soft penalty
4-2
The comeback is on!

...as in come back to the dressing room with a L

  ;D...ah go take dat. Chelsea eh want no trophies this season....I am convinced!


For the men that want to cry dong JOM....the boy does not play as conventional a game as Chelsea does.  He is a very  solid young player that has a vision that his teammates don't alwas share.  You can see it in the types of passing ability he has and sometimes he makes plays that, on the surface, may look boneheaded, but when you really understand the man's play, its because he doesn't play the "linear" type of football that some of his Chelsea teammates (and most people born, bred and brainwashed solely on english football) can appreciate, add to the fact that Chelsea really have him playing a role that doesn't quite bring out the best of his ability. John Obi Mikel would eat song for lunch and use him for a toothpick.  It is no coincidence that he was voted the second-best player after Messi, in the 2005 U-20 WC and he was really the best player on the field in the final. Song is not in his league.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on February 27, 2010, 09:18:06 AM
lol
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 09:21:06 AM
aye all yuh get all yuh arse cut... stop bitching about the ref's nah... :beermug:

  Nobody bitchin' about the refs as far as the result is concerned.  We all know manu and arsenal have the rights to that  :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 09:26:52 AM
Chelsea trying their best to lose this League. Thy had this game under control and just self-destruct. Disgusting!
When Essien coming back, because this John Obi Mikel pulling stones. He cause or had a hand in Man City first 2 goals.
Mangowchow, yeh Anelka does look lazy but if yuh watch him closely the man does make excellent runs, and today he was menacing, but unlucky.

  Sometimes he really doesn't work as hard as the team needs him to....but I love to watch him play....he really makes everything he does look so easy (even the shit he does do sometimes  ;D) I does just be shakin' meh head.  John Obi is really not the problem, Jed.......when Essien comes back is ballack who need to be wearing a jacket during the games.   
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on February 27, 2010, 09:34:49 AM
We get blowout!!  :rotfl: :rotfl:

Thank God we had a game in hand. Just reach home from de game....Hilario is shit, dat fella is comical, he so bad yuh cah be vex at him. And on a more serious note, we need back Essien asap.

I guess big sides do lose by 2 goals  ;D


NO HANDSHAKE  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dumpalewie on February 27, 2010, 10:30:04 AM

and as you say that, a next soft penalty
4-2
The comeback is on!

...as in come back to the dressing room with a L

  ;D...ah go take dat. Chelsea eh want no trophies this season....I am convinced!


For the men that want to cry dong JOM....the boy does not play as conventional a game as Chelsea does.  He is a very  solid young player that has a vision that his teammates don't alwas share.  You can see it in the types of passing ability he has and sometimes he makes plays that, on the surface, may look boneheaded, but when you really understand the man's play, its because he doesn't play the "linear" type of football that some of his Chelsea teammates (and most people born, bred and brainwashed solely on english football) can appreciate, add to the fact that Chelsea really have him playing a role that doesn't quite bring out the best of his ability. John Obi Mikel would eat song for lunch and use him for a toothpick.  It is no coincidence that he was voted the second-best player after Messi, in the 2005 U-20 WC and he was really the best player on the field in the final. Song is not in his league.
That is a laughable pack of shit you write there. :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Daft Trini on February 27, 2010, 10:37:20 AM

and as you say that, a next soft penalty
4-2
The comeback is on!

...as in come back to the dressing room with a L

  ;D...ah go take dat. Chelsea eh want no trophies this season....I am convinced!


For the men that want to cry dong JOM....the boy does not play as conventional a game as Chelsea does.  He is a very  solid young player that has a vision that his teammates don't alwas share.  You can see it in the types of passing ability he has and sometimes he makes plays that, on the surface, may look boneheaded, but when you really understand the man's play, its because he doesn't play the "linear" type of football that some of his Chelsea teammates (and most people born, bred and brainwashed solely on english football) can appreciate, add to the fact that Chelsea really have him playing a role that doesn't quite bring out the best of his ability. John Obi Mikel would eat song for lunch and use him for a toothpick.  It is no coincidence that he was voted the second-best player after Messi, in the 2005 U-20 WC and he was really the best player on the field in the final. Song is not in his league.

One good beating and all yuh delusional....
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: FF on February 27, 2010, 11:03:41 AM
He pass him straight yes  :rotfl:  and small man ketching level jones


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Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 11:22:05 AM

and as you say that, a next soft penalty
4-2
The comeback is on!

...as in come back to the dressing room with a L

  ;D...ah go take dat. Chelsea eh want no trophies this season....I am convinced!


For the men that want to cry dong JOM....the boy does not play as conventional a game as Chelsea does.  He is a very  solid young player that has a vision that his teammates don't alwas share.  You can see it in the types of passing ability he has and sometimes he makes plays that, on the surface, may look boneheaded, but when you really understand the man's play, its because he doesn't play the "linear" type of football that some of his Chelsea teammates (and most people born, bred and brainwashed solely on english football) can appreciate, add to the fact that Chelsea really have him playing a role that doesn't quite bring out the best of his ability. John Obi Mikel would eat song for lunch and use him for a toothpick.  It is no coincidence that he was voted the second-best player after Messi, in the 2005 U-20 WC and he was really the best player on the field in the final. Song is not in his league.
That is a laughable pack of shit you write there. :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

Thanks for the compliment.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Observer on February 27, 2010, 11:28:28 AM
Check how the youth watching them wid a smirk on he face  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 11:29:37 AM

and as you say that, a next soft penalty
4-2
The comeback is on!

...as in come back to the dressing room with a L

  ;D...ah go take dat. Chelsea eh want no trophies this season....I am convinced!


For the men that want to cry dong JOM....the boy does not play as conventional a game as Chelsea does.  He is a very  solid young player that has a vision that his teammates don't alwas share.  You can see it in the types of passing ability he has and sometimes he makes plays that, on the surface, may look boneheaded, but when you really understand the man's play, its because he doesn't play the "linear" type of football that some of his Chelsea teammates (and most people born, bred and brainwashed solely on english football) can appreciate, add to the fact that Chelsea really have him playing a role that doesn't quite bring out the best of his ability. John Obi Mikel would eat song for lunch and use him for a toothpick.  It is no coincidence that he was voted the second-best player after Messi, in the 2005 U-20 WC and he was really the best player on the field in the final. Song is not in his league.

One good beating and all yuh delusional....

  ....and we could take a beating and still top the league.  Your shit side have lix to get, too, padnah.  doh get too happy yet.

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Daft Trini on February 27, 2010, 11:32:33 AM

and as you say that, a next soft penalty
4-2
The comeback is on!

...as in come back to the dressing room with a L

  ;D...ah go take dat. Chelsea eh want no trophies this season....I am convinced!


For the men that want to cry dong JOM....the boy does not play as conventional a game as Chelsea does.  He is a very  solid young player that has a vision that his teammates don't alwas share.  You can see it in the types of passing ability he has and sometimes he makes plays that, on the surface, may look boneheaded, but when you really understand the man's play, its because he doesn't play the "linear" type of football that some of his Chelsea teammates (and most people born, bred and brainwashed solely on english football) can appreciate, add to the fact that Chelsea really have him playing a role that doesn't quite bring out the best of his ability. John Obi Mikel would eat song for lunch and use him for a toothpick.  It is no coincidence that he was voted the second-best player after Messi, in the 2005 U-20 WC and he was really the best player on the field in the final. Song is not in his league.

One good beating and all yuh delusional....

  ....and we could take a beating and still top the league.  Your shit side have lix to get, too, padnah.  doh get too happy yet.



De title will be settled at Old Trafford... doh worry about we... Study what The Special One go do all yuh at the Bridge...!

JT shook see the shyte he playing cause he know he fork hengland world cup bid royally.. and half all yuh players already on creaky knees and ankles... me eh fretting... we been here before and we take de title from all yuh like this already....  :beermug:

Even if all yuh win in enigmatic fashion... it doh change that JT forking he country man, club and country go always stand out...! but it go make a good sexcuse why Hengland go fail in de World Cup...!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 12:03:01 PM

and as you say that, a next soft penalty
4-2
The comeback is on!

...as in come back to the dressing room with a L

  ;D...ah go take dat. Chelsea eh want no trophies this season....I am convinced!


For the men that want to cry dong JOM....the boy does not play as conventional a game as Chelsea does.  He is a very  solid young player that has a vision that his teammates don't alwas share.  You can see it in the types of passing ability he has and sometimes he makes plays that, on the surface, may look boneheaded, but when you really understand the man's play, its because he doesn't play the "linear" type of football that some of his Chelsea teammates (and most people born, bred and brainwashed solely on english football) can appreciate, add to the fact that Chelsea really have him playing a role that doesn't quite bring out the best of his ability. John Obi Mikel would eat song for lunch and use him for a toothpick.  It is no coincidence that he was voted the second-best player after Messi, in the 2005 U-20 WC and he was really the best player on the field in the final. Song is not in his league.

One good beating and all yuh delusional....

  ....and we could take a beating and still top the league.  Your shit side have lix to get, too, padnah.  doh get too happy yet.



De title will be settled at Old Trafford... doh worry about we... Study what The Special One go do all yuh at the Bridge...!

JT shook see the shyte he playing cause he know he fork hengland world cup bid royally.. and half all yuh players already on creaky knees and ankles... me eh fretting... we been here before and we take de title from all yuh like this already....  :beermug:

  Who knows, it might be settled before dat! Allyuh better hope roony stay fit and c**t mouth straighten out he back

Even if all yuh win in enigmatic fashion... it doh change that JT forking he country man, club and country go always stand out...! but it go make a good sexcuse why Hengland go fail in de World Cup...!

Yuh preachin' to the wrong choir, Padnah, I doh support Hengland.  Besides, they have won the only World Cup they will ever win within a generations of my lifetime.  As a country, they are simply not good enough to contend with the perennial favourites. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 12:10:05 PM
....and to think....the jokers that does want to come and talk shit, comparing Song to Mikel.....week in, week out, song always gettin' caught out of position....same old song, over and over again.....Stoke takes an early lead......I continue to laugh.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on February 27, 2010, 12:39:30 PM

and as you say that, a next soft penalty
4-2
The comeback is on!

...as in come back to the dressing room with a L

  ;D...ah go take dat. Chelsea eh want no trophies this season....I am convinced!


For the men that want to cry dong JOM....the boy does not play as conventional a game as Chelsea does.  He is a very  solid young player that has a vision that his teammates don't alwas share.  You can see it in the types of passing ability he has and sometimes he makes plays that, on the surface, may look boneheaded, but when you really understand the man's play, its because he doesn't play the "linear" type of football that some of his Chelsea teammates (and most people born, bred and brainwashed solely on english football) can appreciate, add to the fact that Chelsea really have him playing a role that doesn't quite bring out the best of his ability. John Obi Mikel would eat song for lunch and use him for a toothpick.  It is no coincidence that he was voted the second-best player after Messi, in the 2005 U-20 WC and he was really the best player on the field in the final. Song is not in his league.
That is a laughable pack of shit you write there. :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

hhehehehehe  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 12:50:40 PM

and as you say that, a next soft penalty
4-2
The comeback is on!

...as in come back to the dressing room with a L

  ;D...ah go take dat. Chelsea eh want no trophies this season....I am convinced!


For the men that want to cry dong JOM....the boy does not play as conventional a game as Chelsea does.  He is a very  solid young player that has a vision that his teammates don't alwas share.  You can see it in the types of passing ability he has and sometimes he makes plays that, on the surface, may look boneheaded, but when you really understand the man's play, its because he doesn't play the "linear" type of football that some of his Chelsea teammates (and most people born, bred and brainwashed solely on english football) can appreciate, add to the fact that Chelsea really have him playing a role that doesn't quite bring out the best of his ability. John Obi Mikel would eat song for lunch and use him for a toothpick.  It is no coincidence that he was voted the second-best player after Messi, in the 2005 U-20 WC and he was really the best player on the field in the final. Song is not in his league.
That is a laughable pack of shit you write there. :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

hhehehehehe  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

   D.H.W.  :flamethrower:

 :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Daft Trini on February 27, 2010, 01:01:50 PM

and as you say that, a next soft penalty
4-2
The comeback is on!

...as in come back to the dressing room with a L

  ;D...ah go take dat. Chelsea eh want no trophies this season....I am convinced!


For the men that want to cry dong JOM....the boy does not play as conventional a game as Chelsea does.  He is a very  solid young player that has a vision that his teammates don't alwas share.  You can see it in the types of passing ability he has and sometimes he makes plays that, on the surface, may look boneheaded, but when you really understand the man's play, its because he doesn't play the "linear" type of football that some of his Chelsea teammates (and most people born, bred and brainwashed solely on english football) can appreciate, add to the fact that Chelsea really have him playing a role that doesn't quite bring out the best of his ability. John Obi Mikel would eat song for lunch and use him for a toothpick.  It is no coincidence that he was voted the second-best player after Messi, in the 2005 U-20 WC and he was really the best player on the field in the final. Song is not in his league.

One good beating and all yuh delusional....

  ....and we could take a beating and still top the league.  Your shit side have lix to get, too, padnah.  doh get too happy yet.



De title will be settled at Old Trafford... doh worry about we... Study what The Special One go do all yuh at the Bridge...!

JT shook see the shyte he playing cause he know he fork hengland world cup bid royally.. and half all yuh players already on creaky knees and ankles... me eh fretting... we been here before and we take de title from all yuh like this already....  :beermug:

  Who knows, it might be settled before dat! Allyuh better hope roony stay fit and c**t mouth straighten out he back

Even if all yuh win in enigmatic fashion... it doh change that JT forking he country man, club and country go always stand out...! but it go make a good sexcuse why Hengland go fail in de World Cup...!

Yuh preachin' to the wrong choir, Padnah, I doh support Hengland.  Besides, they have won the only World Cup they will ever win within a generations of my lifetime.  As a country, they are simply not good enough to contend with the perennial favourites. 
:beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 27, 2010, 01:35:19 PM
Anelka.....hard to figure out whether he just lazy...or if he is so gifted that everything comes so easy to him that he looks like he isn't even trying most times.....


  I cyah understand how the EPL, which at this point, is probably England's biggest export (after imperialism) and possibly the most popular league in the world and they would still have such consistently poor officiating... ???

england alone? are you nuts half the refs in the world catch dey arse tv doh help esp when you cyar use it to help you




Bossman, ah know it kinda early, but read my statement in its entirety and try to understand nuh......officiating on a whole can be quite suspect.....but the EPL is probably and likely enjoys the widest broadcast audience in the world and in spite of it, their officiating, IMO, is far from acceptable.  I am talking about poor calls that you KNOW you don't need television to show you to make the right call between a referee and a linesman.  This game is not really that hard to officiate......  


Sounds like you've never refereed in your life...yuh mus try it some time...it is not as easy as it looks


   Clean yuh ears.


Anelka.....hard to figure out whether he just lazy...or if he is so gifted that everything comes so easy to him that he looks like he isn't even trying most times.....


  I cyah understand how the EPL, which at this point, is probably England's biggest export (after imperialism) and possibly the most popular league in the world and they would still have such consistently poor officiating... ???

england alone? are you nuts half the refs in the world catch dey arse tv doh help esp when you cyar use it to help you




Bossman, ah know it kinda early, but read my statement in its entirety and try to understand nuh......officiating on a whole can be quite suspect.....but the EPL is probably and likely enjoys the widest broadcast audience in the world and in spite of it, their officiating, IMO, is far from acceptable.  I am talking about poor calls that you KNOW you don't need television to show you to make the right call between a referee and a linesman.  This game is not really that hard to officiate......  

how you know he didnt need tv to make d right call? you can see through his eyes? photographic memory with slo mo replay??
and its not hard but it certainly isnt easy, i reff time to time and have done the course with the local fa here

i agree the reffs can be way better but it is a catch 22
reffs are closer to the ball and action these days (but i also think they have been causing a fraction of a second delay to players passes moves etc)
then on break aways the reff at best has 2 views his and the linesman
but if the ball is on the opposite side to the ref n lino he in trouble
easy penaltys blatant ones turned down offside calls gone wrong
my pet peeve is tackles and consitent tackles and consitency of bookings for tackles from behind and the worst of all holding and SHIRT pulling i always blow for that or play the advantage

    I expect to NEVER see you bitchin' about refs again......like you was not BARELY a week ago.   I could only laugh at allyuh so.

i did the ref course cus i sick of seeing shithound refs here and away
so i have full authority to bitch at reffs

 ......again, you either very hard of understanding or are hypocritical til it blinds you.....I not questioning your "authority "to criticize the officiating, boss....but the fact that you were ssssssssssso disgusted with the officiating to the point that you even did the proactive thing in taking a course, strongly leans toward the point I was making in the first damned place: The EPL/FA needs to step up with its/their quality of referees.  Plain and simple.    


******I'm sure if I were to invest the time in pulling up some of your recent posts....I will find one where yuh was doggin' the ref (on a not-so-obvious call) the other day, yet you want to come here today and defend them, just because the result suits your shit side.  Try to be less transparent and more honest than that nuh*******

like the two penalties the turned down against arsenal??
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dumpalewie on February 27, 2010, 01:37:40 PM
....and to think....the jokers that does want to come and talk shit, comparing Song to Mikel.....week in, week out, song always gettin' caught out of position....same old song, over and over again.....Stoke takes an early lead......I continue to laugh.
Breds again you are jokey!!! :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on February 27, 2010, 02:42:51 PM
....and to think....the jokers that does want to come and talk shit, comparing Song to Mikel.....week in, week out, song always gettin' caught out of position....same old song, over and over again.....Stoke takes an early lead......I continue to laugh.

I watch Obi Mikel against Inter and it had one time Inter had a break 3v2 or 4v2 with Mikel caught up field. The speed the man recover with and the position he take up shut everything down. That play alone showed how good and important players like himself really are. The man recovery position have been no better.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 03:22:24 PM
....and to think....the jokers that does want to come and talk shit, comparing Song to Mikel.....week in, week out, song always gettin' caught out of position....same old song, over and over again.....Stoke takes an early lead......I continue to laugh.
Breds again you are jokey!!! :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    If you are one of the idiots that want to claim Alexandre Song is better than John Obi Mikel and everything someone writes has to be broken down to you to the most fundamental of levels, again, I thank you for the compliment. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: STEUPS!! on February 27, 2010, 03:45:15 PM
depressing week to be a chelsea fan.  :(

but champions always come back strong.

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 27, 2010, 03:50:39 PM
oh how the mighty have fallen

yuh stupid idiots playing into fergie han' more than arsene

watch n see how manu could make allyuh rue the shit yuh does play vs small sides
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 03:58:29 PM
oh how the mighty have fallen

yuh stupid idiots playing into fergie han' more than arsene

watch n see how manu could make allyuh rue the shit yuh does play vs small sides


   .....and you would much prefer that manu make us rue the shit we playin'....rather than allyuh.   :devil:
 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dumpalewie on February 27, 2010, 04:07:03 PM
....and to think....the jokers that does want to come and talk shit, comparing Song to Mikel.....week in, week out, song always gettin' caught out of position....same old song, over and over again.....Stoke takes an early lead......I continue to laugh.
Breds again you are jokey!!! :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    If you are one of the idiots that want to claim Alexandre Song is better than John Obi Mikel and everything someone writes has to be broken down to you to the most fundamental of levels, again, I thank you for the compliment. 
No i'm one of those people who thinks that you are a ranting idiot!!!

That crap you wrote about Mikel being a misunderstood passer is some of the most dotish analysis i've seen on here. Misunderstood because he keeps passing to nobody.

Song this year and Mikel are about even defensively. Song however is much better offensively than Mikel. Mikel is a just like Makalele, very good at breaking up plays in the midfield but lacking any significant offensive talent. Most of his passes are square. He takes up good supporting positions and keeps the ball well, both of which Song does just as well.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on February 27, 2010, 04:17:18 PM
oh how the mighty have fallen

yuh stupid idiots playing into fergie han' more than arsene

watch n see how manu could make allyuh rue the shit yuh does play vs small sides


   .....and you would much prefer that manu make us rue the shit we playin'....rather than allyuh.   :devil:
 

you two still have to play so advantage to who wins that game, arsenal can only plod on and win all thier remaining games and hope you two drop points

possible but not probable

and yes manu has mre class and history then a buncha london rent boys for a bored russian billionare
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 04:28:36 PM
....and to think....the jokers that does want to come and talk shit, comparing Song to Mikel.....week in, week out, song always gettin' caught out of position....same old song, over and over again.....Stoke takes an early lead......I continue to laugh.
Breds again you are jokey!!! :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    If you are one of the idiots that want to claim Alexandre Song is better than John Obi Mikel and everything someone writes has to be broken down to you to the most fundamental of levels, again, I thank you for the compliment. 
No i'm one of those people who thinks that you are a ranting idiot!!!

That crap you wrote about Mikel being a misunderstood passer is some of the most dotish analysis i've seen on here. Misunderstood because he keeps passing to nobody.

Song this year and Mikel are about even defensively. Song however is much better offensively than Mikel. Mikel is a just like Makalele, very good at breaking up plays in the midfield but lacking any significant offensive talent. Most of his passes are square. He takes up good supporting positions and keeps the ball well, both of which Song does just as well.

  "...misunderstood passer"?!?!  What de hell is DAT?!?!  Mikel makes passes to nobody?!  Mikel is just like Makelele?!?! Song and Mikel (defensively) are even?!?! (Oh, I forgot......"this year" they are) Mikel lacks offensive talent?!?! Boy, go and eat sumthing nuh....yuh hunger pains givin yuh gas and it surely blowin' out yuh ass. 
This is why the the words coming out your mouth can ONLY be taken as compliments. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dumpalewie on February 27, 2010, 04:34:00 PM
....and to think....the jokers that does want to come and talk shit, comparing Song to Mikel.....week in, week out, song always gettin' caught out of position....same old song, over and over again.....Stoke takes an early lead......I continue to laugh.
Breds again you are jokey!!! :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    If you are one of the idiots that want to claim Alexandre Song is better than John Obi Mikel and everything someone writes has to be broken down to you to the most fundamental of levels, again, I thank you for the compliment. 
No i'm one of those people who thinks that you are a ranting idiot!!!

That crap you wrote about Mikel being a misunderstood passer is some of the most dotish analysis i've seen on here. Misunderstood because he keeps passing to nobody.

Song this year and Mikel are about even defensively. Song however is much better offensively than Mikel. Mikel is a just like Makalele, very good at breaking up plays in the midfield but lacking any significant offensive talent. Most of his passes are square. He takes up good supporting positions and keeps the ball well, both of which Song does just as well.

  "...misunderstood passer"?!?!  What de hell is DAT?!?!  Mikel makes passes to nobody?!  Mikel is just like Makelele?!?! Song and Mikel (defensively) are even?!?! (Oh, I forgot......"this year" they are) Mikel lacks offensive talent?!?! Boy, go and eat sumthing nuh....yuh hunger pains givin yuh gas and it surely blowin' out yuh ass. 
This is why the the words coming out your mouth can ONLY be taken as compliments. 
When you figure it out and cool yourself we could talk.

Ok youngster? :beermug: :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Feliziano on February 27, 2010, 04:55:32 PM
Obi and Song is both shit..even Lucas better than them  ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 05:09:51 PM
....and to think....the jokers that does want to come and talk shit, comparing Song to Mikel.....week in, week out, song always gettin' caught out of position....same old song, over and over again.....Stoke takes an early lead......I continue to laugh.
Breds again you are jokey!!! :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    If you are one of the idiots that want to claim Alexandre Song is better than John Obi Mikel and everything someone writes has to be broken down to you to the most fundamental of levels, again, I thank you for the compliment. 
No i'm one of those people who thinks that you are a ranting idiot!!!

That crap you wrote about Mikel being a misunderstood passer is some of the most dotish analysis i've seen on here. Misunderstood because he keeps passing to nobody.

Song this year and Mikel are about even defensively. Song however is much better offensively than Mikel. Mikel is a just like Makalele, very good at breaking up plays in the midfield but lacking any significant offensive talent. Most of his passes are square. He takes up good supporting positions and keeps the ball well, both of which Song does just as well.

  "...misunderstood passer"?!?!  What de hell is DAT?!?!  Mikel makes passes to nobody?!  Mikel is just like Makelele?!?! Song and Mikel (defensively) are even?!?! (Oh, I forgot......"this year" they are) Mikel lacks offensive talent?!?! Boy, go and eat sumthing nuh....yuh hunger pains givin yuh gas and it surely blowin' out yuh ass. 
This is why the the words coming out your mouth can ONLY be taken as compliments. 
When you figure it out and cool yourself we could talk.

Ok youngster? :beermug: :beermug:

   Don't let the question marks fool yuh, padnah. They aren't expressions of my confusion but of my disbelief at your nonsensical declarations, so nutt'n to figure out dey at all.  You lettin' the role that Chelsea have him playing tie you up with judging his talent


Obi and Song is both shit..even Lucas better than them  ;D


 :rotfl: :rotfl:


  ;D Look a nex one talkin' a pack ah ASS!! ;D   
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on February 27, 2010, 05:52:19 PM
....and to think....the jokers that does want to come and talk shit, comparing Song to Mikel.....week in, week out, song always gettin' caught out of position....same old song, over and over again.....Stoke takes an early lead......I continue to laugh.
Breds again you are jokey!!! :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    If you are one of the idiots that want to claim Alexandre Song is better than John Obi Mikel and everything someone writes has to be broken down to you to the most fundamental of levels, again, I thank you for the compliment. 
No i'm one of those people who thinks that you are a ranting idiot!!!

That crap you wrote about Mikel being a misunderstood passer is some of the most dotish analysis i've seen on here. Misunderstood because he keeps passing to nobody. That is level toots.

Song this year and Mikel are about even defensively. Song however is much better offensively than Mikel. Mikel is a just like Makalele, very good at breaking up plays in the midfield but lacking any significant offensive talent. Most of his passes are square. Shows your lack of understanding of the game.  He takes up good supporting positions and keeps the ball well, both of which Song does just as well.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: triniairman on February 27, 2010, 06:23:33 PM

 Laugh alyuh laugh nah man,
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Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: triniairman on February 27, 2010, 06:26:05 PM
depressing week to be a chelsea fan.  :(

but champions always come back strong.


I see yuh been watchinh Man.U   :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dumpalewie on February 27, 2010, 07:07:41 PM
....and to think....the jokers that does want to come and talk shit, comparing Song to Mikel.....week in, week out, song always gettin' caught out of position....same old song, over and over again.....Stoke takes an early lead......I continue to laugh.
Breds again you are jokey!!! :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    If you are one of the idiots that want to claim Alexandre Song is better than John Obi Mikel and everything someone writes has to be broken down to you to the most fundamental of levels, again, I thank you for the compliment. 
No i'm one of those people who thinks that you are a ranting idiot!!!

That crap you wrote about Mikel being a misunderstood passer is some of the most dotish analysis i've seen on here. Misunderstood because he keeps passing to nobody. That is level toots.

Song this year and Mikel are about even defensively. Song however is much better offensively than Mikel. Mikel is a just like Makalele, very good at breaking up plays in the midfield but lacking any significant offensive talent. Most of his passes are square. Shows your lack of understanding of the game.  He takes up good supporting positions and keeps the ball well, both of which Song does just as well.
Fella ah know you and your pardna like to have each other's back but stay out of this if you coming with your asinine responses.

The problem with most of allyuh fellas is you don't know how to have a healthy debate. So far I have given reasons for my conclusion that Song is better than Mikel. Neither you or your pardna have given any reasons that you think the opposite. All you guys who are so "learned" in the game come back with is just a bunch of simpleton retorts. If you have a respose to the debate at hand then let me know.

Allyuh fellas jokey :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on February 27, 2010, 07:17:02 PM
....and to think....the jokers that does want to come and talk shit, comparing Song to Mikel.....week in, week out, song always gettin' caught out of position....same old song, over and over again.....Stoke takes an early lead......I continue to laugh.
Breds again you are jokey!!! :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    If you are one of the idiots that want to claim Alexandre Song is better than John Obi Mikel and everything someone writes has to be broken down to you to the most fundamental of levels, again, I thank you for the compliment. 
No i'm one of those people who thinks that you are a ranting idiot!!!

That crap you wrote about Mikel being a misunderstood passer is some of the most dotish analysis i've seen on here. Misunderstood because he keeps passing to nobody. That is level toots.

Song this year and Mikel are about even defensively. Song however is much better offensively than Mikel. Mikel is a just like Makalele, very good at breaking up plays in the midfield but lacking any significant offensive talent. Most of his passes are square. Shows your lack of understanding of the game.  He takes up good supporting positions and keeps the ball well, both of which Song does just as well.
Fella ah know you and your pardna like to have each other's back but stay out of this if you coming with your asinine responses.

The problem with most of allyuh fellas is you don't know how to have a healthy debate. So far I have given reasons for my conclusion that Song is better than Mikel. Neither you or your pardna have given any reasons that you think the opposite. All you guys who are so "learned" in the game come back with is just a bunch of simpleton retorts. If you have a respose to the debate at hand then let me know.

Allyuh fellas jokey :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:



Well sorry if you want to take on Mango by yuhself. Didn't know somethings are restricted.

Saying that OJM only pass sideways is the same thing the mad man in Spain say when they chase Makas out. Jokers. Find out why Marcos Senna and Spain was so successful at the Euros and then try talk.

That side ways pass is a killa pass.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dumpalewie on February 27, 2010, 07:42:52 PM
....and to think....the jokers that does want to come and talk shit, comparing Song to Mikel.....week in, week out, song always gettin' caught out of position....same old song, over and over again.....Stoke takes an early lead......I continue to laugh.
Breds again you are jokey!!! :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    If you are one of the idiots that want to claim Alexandre Song is better than John Obi Mikel and everything someone writes has to be broken down to you to the most fundamental of levels, again, I thank you for the compliment. 
No i'm one of those people who thinks that you are a ranting idiot!!!

That crap you wrote about Mikel being a misunderstood passer is some of the most dotish analysis i've seen on here. Misunderstood because he keeps passing to nobody. That is level toots.

Song this year and Mikel are about even defensively. Song however is much better offensively than Mikel. Mikel is a just like Makalele, very good at breaking up plays in the midfield but lacking any significant offensive talent. Most of his passes are square. Shows your lack of understanding of the game.  He takes up good supporting positions and keeps the ball well, both of which Song does just as well.
Fella ah know you and your pardna like to have each other's back but stay out of this if you coming with your asinine responses.

The problem with most of allyuh fellas is you don't know how to have a healthy debate. So far I have given reasons for my conclusion that Song is better than Mikel. Neither you or your pardna have given any reasons that you think the opposite. All you guys who are so "learned" in the game come back with is just a bunch of simpleton retorts. If you have a respose to the debate at hand then let me know.

Allyuh fellas jokey :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:



Well sorry if you want to take on Mango by yuhself. Didn't know somethings are restricted.

Saying that OJM only pass sideways is the same thing the mad man in Spain say when they chase Makas out. Jokers. Find out why Marcos Senna and Spain was so successful at the Euros and then try talk.

That side ways pass is a killa pass.
No breds with knowledge of the game.

They ran Makalele out of Madrid because they underestimated how important it was to win the ball back was. In Spain the teams are generally good at keeping possession. Makalele was important in disrupting the possession of the other team. He was not important for his sideways pass.

Trust me Mikel is not on Chelsea's team because of his passing.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on February 27, 2010, 07:48:56 PM
how is "he is just another makalele" supposed to be a criticism? That is like the ultimate compliment you could give to a defensive midfielder.

Better passer? Daiz not he wuk!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dumpalewie on February 27, 2010, 08:06:29 PM
how is "he is just another makalele" supposed to be a criticism? That is like the ultimate compliment you could give to a defensive midfielder.

Better passer? Daiz not he wuk!

I'm not calling him a shithong. I think he is very good at fulfilling his role as a midfield destroyer.

IMHO Song is as good defensively as he is but is better offensively. Hence, I think Song is the better overall player.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 08:13:32 PM
how is "he is just another makalele" supposed to be a criticism? That is like the ultimate compliment you could give to a defensive midfielder.

Better passer? Daiz not he wuk!

I'm not calling him a shithong. I think he is very good at fulfilling his role as a midfield destroyer.

IMHO Song is as good defensively as he is but is better offensively. Hence, I think Song is the better overall player.

I wish I could smoke de same weed you smokin, jed, I wouldn't have a care in the world.
 Song is not as good as Mikel is in any facet of the game. Mikel's biggest weaknesses might be (1) his discipline and (2) his shooting but Song still have plenty Catchin' up to do.  Song is always gettin caught out of position....even his arsenal fans steady complaining about it.   
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dinho on February 27, 2010, 08:16:24 PM
how is "he is just another makalele" supposed to be a criticism? That is like the ultimate compliment you could give to a defensive midfielder.

Better passer? Daiz not he wuk!

I'm not calling him a shithong. I think he is very good at fulfilling his role as a midfield destroyer.

IMHO Song is as good defensively as he is but is better offensively. Hence, I think Song is the better overall player.

I respect your opinion, but I think he looks better offensively because he playing too far up de judgement pitch... and i will give him a bly because that could very well be Wenger fault, but Arsenal does leak real goals because their back 4 exposed.. And as a defensive midfielder, a side that can't keep clean sheets is a reflection on you.

Imo Obi Mikel's touch and vision is a cut above.. yuh doh really see him mistrap or get muscle off the ball. De youth does look composed and in control, he just have to improve on he mental.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 27, 2010, 08:22:35 PM
Wait nuh...what become of Bosingwa?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dumpalewie on February 28, 2010, 06:06:23 AM
how is "he is just another makalele" supposed to be a criticism? That is like the ultimate compliment you could give to a defensive midfielder.

Better passer? Daiz not he wuk!

I'm not calling him a shithong. I think he is very good at fulfilling his role as a midfield destroyer.

IMHO Song is as good defensively as he is but is better offensively. Hence, I think Song is the better overall player.

I respect your opinion, but I think he looks better offensively because he playing too far up de judgement pitch... and i will give him a bly because that could very well be Wenger fault, but Arsenal does leak real goals because their back 4 exposed.. And as a defensive midfielder, a side that can't keep clean sheets is a reflection on you.

Imo Obi Mikel's touch and vision is a cut above.. yuh doh really see him mistrap or get muscle off the ball. De youth does look composed and in control, he just have to improve on he mental.
See I don't really rate his vision.

I have said before that he takes up good positions in support and he doesn't really give the ball away, i.e. he has good touch and holds on to the ball well. But I also think that Song excels at those same things and adds a little more offensively. No doubt that Arsenal doesn't defend as well as Chelsea but I think that's as a team which is a reflection on Wegner.

BTW thanks for engaging in an adult debate. I can't take these young cats on here who think that hurling insults is a form of debate.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on February 28, 2010, 06:11:44 AM
how is "he is just another makalele" supposed to be a criticism? That is like the ultimate compliment you could give to a defensive midfielder.

Better passer? Daiz not he wuk!

I'm not calling him a shithong. I think he is very good at fulfilling his role as a midfield destroyer.

IMHO Song is as good defensively as he is but is better offensively. Hence, I think Song is the better overall player.

I respect your opinion, but I think he looks better offensively because he playing too far up de judgement pitch... and i will give him a bly because that could very well be Wenger fault, but Arsenal does leak real goals because their back 4 exposed.. And as a defensive midfielder, a side that can't keep clean sheets is a reflection on you.

Imo Obi Mikel's touch and vision is a cut above.. yuh doh really see him mistrap or get muscle off the ball. De youth does look composed and in control, he just have to improve on he mental.
See I don't really rate his vision.

I have said before that he takes up good positions in support and he doesn't really give the ball away, i.e. he has good touch and holds on to the ball well. But I also think that Song excels at those same things and adds a little more offensively. No doubt that Arsenal doesn't defend as well as Chelsea but I think that's as a team which is a reflection on Wegner.


Mikel has no vision. He only ever spots sideways passes. The exception might be last weekend against Cardiff when he played a straightforward ball over the top for Drogba to score - but dat was really just awful defending, not great vision. Other than that I can't ever remember Mikel making a great pass.

Dunno if it was caught on camera, but at one point yesterday, Drogba threw a full-blown tantrum because he kept making runs than Mikel was completely not spotting.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on February 28, 2010, 08:29:41 AM
how is "he is just another makalele" supposed to be a criticism? That is like the ultimate compliment you could give to a defensive midfielder.

Better passer? Daiz not he wuk!

I'm not calling him a shithong. I think he is very good at fulfilling his role as a midfield destroyer.

IMHO Song is as good defensively as he is but is better offensively. Hence, I think Song is the better overall player.

I respect your opinion, but I think he looks better offensively because he playing too far up de judgement pitch... and i will give him a bly because that could very well be Wenger fault, but Arsenal does leak real goals because their back 4 exposed.. And as a defensive midfielder, a side that can't keep clean sheets is a reflection on you.

Imo Obi Mikel's touch and vision is a cut above.. yuh doh really see him mistrap or get muscle off the ball. De youth does look composed and in control, he just have to improve on he mental.
See I don't really rate his vision.

I have said before that he takes up good positions in support and he doesn't really give the ball away, i.e. he has good touch and holds on to the ball well. But I also think that Song excels at those same things and adds a little more offensively. No doubt that Arsenal doesn't defend as well as Chelsea but I think that's as a team which is a reflection on Wegner.

BTW thanks for engaging in an adult debate. I can't take these young cats on here who think that hurling insults is a form of debate.

  But you open yourself to dat with the tone of your initial post.  ???
 I eh know where allyuh does come out nuh.   If yuh wanted respectful debate you could have respectfully disagreed.


how is "he is just another makalele" supposed to be a criticism? That is like the ultimate compliment you could give to a defensive midfielder.

Better passer? Daiz not he wuk!

I'm not calling him a shithong. I think he is very good at fulfilling his role as a midfield destroyer.

IMHO Song is as good defensively as he is but is better offensively. Hence, I think Song is the better overall player.

I respect your opinion, but I think he looks better offensively because he playing too far up de judgement pitch... and i will give him a bly because that could very well be Wenger fault, but Arsenal does leak real goals because their back 4 exposed.. And as a defensive midfielder, a side that can't keep clean sheets is a reflection on you.

Imo Obi Mikel's touch and vision is a cut above.. yuh doh really see him mistrap or get muscle off the ball. De youth does look composed and in control, he just have to improve on he mental.
See I don't really rate his vision.

I have said before that he takes up good positions in support and he doesn't really give the ball away, i.e. he has good touch and holds on to the ball well. But I also think that Song excels at those same things and adds a little more offensively. No doubt that Arsenal doesn't defend as well as Chelsea but I think that's as a team which is a reflection on Wegner.


Mikel has no vision. He only ever spots sideways passes. The exception might be last weekend against Cardiff when he played a straightforward ball over the top for Drogba to score - but dat was really just awful defending, not great vision. Other than that I can't ever remember Mikel making a great pass.

Dunno if it was caught on camera, but at one point yesterday, Drogba threw a full-blown tantrum because he kept making runs than Mikel was completely not spotting.


   Ryan, we jess go have to agree to (respectfully) disagree. A few moments of frustration "..at one point...." on Drogba's (the ultimate Drama Queen) part isn't enough in my book to dispel what I have seen him do with my own two eyes in the past and what I know he's capable of.  Chelsea has pigeon-holed him and restricted his role on the team and he seems quite comfortable playing to instructions.  In time, I know people will appreciate his not-so-obvious talent as a natural playmaker.

dumpalewie, when yuh skin soft and yuh sensitivities permit you to engage only in "adult debate" , that is how you must address to people on  "this forum".  Otherwise, pee and go in yuh bed (or go in yuh bed and pee, whichever suits you better) 






   


Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dumpalewie on February 28, 2010, 08:32:18 AM
how is "he is just another makalele" supposed to be a criticism? That is like the ultimate compliment you could give to a defensive midfielder.

Better passer? Daiz not he wuk!

I'm not calling him a shithong. I think he is very good at fulfilling his role as a midfield destroyer.

IMHO Song is as good defensively as he is but is better offensively. Hence, I think Song is the better overall player.

I respect your opinion, but I think he looks better offensively because he playing too far up de judgement pitch... and i will give him a bly because that could very well be Wenger fault, but Arsenal does leak real goals because their back 4 exposed.. And as a defensive midfielder, a side that can't keep clean sheets is a reflection on you.

Imo Obi Mikel's touch and vision is a cut above.. yuh doh really see him mistrap or get muscle off the ball. De youth does look composed and in control, he just have to improve on he mental.
See I don't really rate his vision.

I have said before that he takes up good positions in support and he doesn't really give the ball away, i.e. he has good touch and holds on to the ball well. But I also think that Song excels at those same things and adds a little more offensively. No doubt that Arsenal doesn't defend as well as Chelsea but I think that's as a team which is a reflection on Wegner.

BTW thanks for engaging in an adult debate. I can't take these young cats on here who think that hurling insults is a form of debate.

  But you open yourself to dat with the tone of your initial post.  ???
 I eh know where allyuh does come out nuh.   If yuh wanted respectful debate you could have respectfully disagreed.


how is "he is just another makalele" supposed to be a criticism? That is like the ultimate compliment you could give to a defensive midfielder.

Better passer? Daiz not he wuk!

I'm not calling him a shithong. I think he is very good at fulfilling his role as a midfield destroyer.

IMHO Song is as good defensively as he is but is better offensively. Hence, I think Song is the better overall player.

I respect your opinion, but I think he looks better offensively because he playing too far up de judgement pitch... and i will give him a bly because that could very well be Wenger fault, but Arsenal does leak real goals because their back 4 exposed.. And as a defensive midfielder, a side that can't keep clean sheets is a reflection on you.

Imo Obi Mikel's touch and vision is a cut above.. yuh doh really see him mistrap or get muscle off the ball. De youth does look composed and in control, he just have to improve on he mental.
See I don't really rate his vision.

I have said before that he takes up good positions in support and he doesn't really give the ball away, i.e. he has good touch and holds on to the ball well. But I also think that Song excels at those same things and adds a little more offensively. No doubt that Arsenal doesn't defend as well as Chelsea but I think that's as a team which is a reflection on Wegner.


Mikel has no vision. He only ever spots sideways passes. The exception might be last weekend against Cardiff when he played a straightforward ball over the top for Drogba to score - but dat was really just awful defending, not great vision. Other than that I can't ever remember Mikel making a great pass.

Dunno if it was caught on camera, but at one point yesterday, Drogba threw a full-blown tantrum because he kept making runs than Mikel was completely not spotting.


   Ryan, we jess go have to agree to (respectfully) disagree. A few moments of frustration "..at one point...." on Drogba's (the ultimate Drama Queen) part isn't enough in my book to dispel what I have seen him do with my own two eyes in the past and what I know he's capable of.  Chelsea has pigeon-holed him and restricted his role on the team and he seems quite comfortable playing to instructions.  In time, I know people will appreciate his not-so-obvious talent as a natural playmaker.

dumpalewie, when yuh skin soft and yuh sensitivities permit you to engage only in "adult debate" , that is how you must address to people on  "this forum".  Otherwise, pee and go in yuh bed (or go in yuh bed and pee, whichever suits you better) 






   



You are right and for that i respectfully apologize!
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Post by: Mango Chow! on February 28, 2010, 08:51:29 AM
You are right and for that i respectfully apologize!
 
  Apology (respectfully) accepted. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: doc on February 28, 2010, 11:46:05 AM

I respect your opinion, but I think he looks better offensively because he playing too far up de judgement pitch... and i will give him a bly because that could very well be Wenger fault, but Arsenal does leak real goals because their back 4 exposed.. And as a defensive midfielder, a side that can't keep clean sheets is a reflection on you.
Imo Obi Mikel's touch and vision is a cut above.. yuh doh really see him mistrap or get muscle off the ball. De youth does look composed and in control, he just have to improve on he mental.
Despite what you claim, this what the facts state:
In 28 games, Arsenal has conceded 31 goals at 1.07 per game, while Chelsea has conceded a meagre 26 at 0.929 per game. That is leaking real goals at the whopping rate of 0.179 goals more per game than the great Chelsea wall. :rotfl:
We conceded 14 in 5 games - 2 vs Chelsea, 2 vs MU and 1 game vs MC, so in the other 23 games, we conceded 17 goals at a rate of 0.739 goals per game. Draw your own conclusions about how many goals we leak, but the stats give a sober picture of the reality of things :rotfl: :rotfl:
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Post by: dinho on February 28, 2010, 12:03:15 PM

I respect your opinion, but I think he looks better offensively because he playing too far up de judgement pitch... and i will give him a bly because that could very well be Wenger fault, but Arsenal does leak real goals because their back 4 exposed.. And as a defensive midfielder, a side that can't keep clean sheets is a reflection on you.
Imo Obi Mikel's touch and vision is a cut above.. yuh doh really see him mistrap or get muscle off the ball. De youth does look composed and in control, he just have to improve on he mental.
Despite what you claim, this what the facts state:
In 28 games, Arsenal has conceded 31 goals at 1.07 per game, while Chelsea has conceded a meagre 26 at 0.929 per game. That is leaking real goals at the whopping rate of 0.179 goals more per game than the great Chelsea wall. :rotfl:
We conceded 14 in 5 games - 2 vs Chelsea, 2 vs MU and 1 game vs MC, so in the other 23 games, we conceded 17 goals at a rate of 0.739 goals per game. Draw your own conclusions about how many goals we leak, but the stats give a sober picture of the reality of things :rotfl: :rotfl:

statto, could you pull up some stats on clean sheets for the season?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: doc on March 01, 2010, 10:11:19 AM

I respect your opinion, but I think he looks better offensively because he playing too far up de judgement pitch... and i will give him a bly because that could very well be Wenger fault, but Arsenal does leak real goals because their back 4 exposed.. And as a defensive midfielder, a side that can't keep clean sheets is a reflection on you.
Imo Obi Mikel's touch and vision is a cut above.. yuh doh really see him mistrap or get muscle off the ball. De youth does look composed and in control, he just have to improve on he mental.
Despite what you claim, this what the facts state:
In 28 games, Arsenal has conceded 31 goals at 1.07 per game, while Chelsea has conceded a meagre 26 at 0.929 per game. That is leaking real goals at the whopping rate of 0.179 goals more per game than the great Chelsea wall. :rotfl:
We conceded 14 in 5 games - 2 vs Chelsea, 2 vs MU and 1 game vs MC, so in the other 23 games, we conceded 17 goals at a rate of 0.739 goals per game. Draw your own conclusions about how many goals we leak, but the stats give a sober picture of the reality of things :rotfl: :rotfl:

statto, could you pull up some stats on clean sheets for the season?
Chelsea has 13 and Arsenal 10
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Post by: sammy on March 16, 2010, 03:38:57 PM


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Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on March 16, 2010, 03:40:37 PM
 :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on March 16, 2010, 03:48:02 PM
 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D    :P :P :P
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: dumpalewie on March 16, 2010, 04:02:59 PM
Ah guess all them Chelsea men on the Arsenal thread :devil: :devil: :devil:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on March 16, 2010, 06:38:35 PM
drogba is a donkey la la la la!

only interested in shit play instead of getting on with the game
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on March 16, 2010, 08:31:27 PM
drogba is a donkey la la la la!

only interested in shit play instead of getting on with the game

Hey I would say something bad about y'all big striker, but you aint got any.  :devil:

Hey we get we arse buss. Hope you all do better than us.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Spursy on March 16, 2010, 09:03:02 PM
Lol meh boy drogba must be in the spotlight someway or the odda  :devil:

inter play some rel good ball, mouth watering champions league with lyon inspirational form has earn some big name scalps this term, united looking better with every game and barca keeps rolling on somehow.. madrid is out of the finals that they bought leaving stamford feeling blue. poor drogba, ancellotti days are number knowing roman only wants the cl title who's next? if he read this forum he might starting talking with don leo?

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 16, 2010, 09:54:22 PM
Is a hard luck, fellas.....you can't score only 1 goal over two legs and expect to be in contention for no trophy.  We have to now focus on the League and the FA Cup.  Can't let this loss drag down morale. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: congo on March 16, 2010, 10:09:33 PM
Today is officially Hug a chelsea fan day!!!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: WestCoast on March 16, 2010, 10:11:26 PM
Today is officially Hug a chelsea fan day!!!
why?
dem ah bit blue or wha ;D
this day will be a "special one" :devil:

easy Chow.....easy ;)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: PATRIOT on March 16, 2010, 10:32:04 PM
Is a hard luck, fellas.....you can't score only 1 goal over two legs and expect to be in contention for no trophy.  We have to now focus on the League and the FA Cup.  Can't let this loss drag down morale. 
Actually it might be a blessing in disguise, as I suspect that with the rash of injuries to key players like Chec, A. Cole, Essien,Bosingwa... it would have been hard to compete on ALL 3 fronts, maybe now we can do the double...I personally don't think Ancelotti is the right man for this team... I question his selection policies, and use of subs, buh say what, HE's the man who's "done it all" ent?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 16, 2010, 11:25:07 PM
Today is officially Hug a chelsea fan day!!!
why?
dem ah bit blue or wha ;D
this day will be a "special one" :devil:

easy Chow.....easy ;)

   Yeah, I eh go lie, ah feelin' a how but......dize how it is, sometimes.  Yuh win some, yuh lose some.   :-\

Is a hard luck, fellas.....you can't score only 1 goal over two legs and expect to be in contention for no trophy.  We have to now focus on the League and the FA Cup.  Can't let this loss drag down morale. 
Actually it might be a blessing in disguise, as I suspect that with the rash of injuries to key players like Chec, A. Cole, Essien,Bosingwa... it would have been hard to compete on ALL 3 fronts, maybe now we can do the double...I personally don't think Ancelotti is the right man for this team... I question his selection policies, and use of subs, buh say what, HE's the man who's "done it all" ent?

    Yeah, I agree, it woulda been really hard to take on all comers with the kinds of injuries we have now.  I just hope we could re-group and channel all our energies where they need to be.  I doh really have a problem with Ancelotti nuh, Padnah. For the most part, I like how he has the team playing.  They are playing a little more attack-minded than I've seen them play but they still ketchin' hiccups against soem of them cellar-dwellin' teams.  As far as his team selection goes, I think he has done a great job, especially considering the injuries we have had this season.  The only issues I do have with him in that area, is the continued obligation to allow ballack to sweat (does he even break a friggin' sweat?!) and the continued pigeonholing of John Obi Mikel. However, those issues go all the way back to Jose and were perpetuated by all the other managers in between.  I wish ballack would just quit the friggin' game!   >:(  Go and join Hare Krishna or sumting.....

   
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on March 17, 2010, 07:37:13 AM
hmmm i thought Mango hang he self already, i glad to see he still alive  :devil: ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mad Scorpion a/k/a Big Bo$$ on March 17, 2010, 09:03:35 AM
Is a hard luck, fellas.....you can't score only 1 goal over two legs and expect to be in contention for no trophy.  We have to now focus on the League and the FA Cup.  Can't let this loss drag down morale. 
Actually it might be a blessing in disguise, as I suspect that with the rash of injuries to key players like Chec, A. Cole, Essien,Bosingwa... it would have been hard to compete on ALL 3 fronts, maybe now we can do the double...I personally don't think Ancelotti is the right man for this team... I question his selection policies, and use of subs, buh say what, HE's the man who's "done it all" ent?

Ancellotti is ah good coach, buh some ah he moves does frustrate me bad.  Yesterday he make some maturana type moves in my eyes.  He good buh I wish we had Hiddink doh.  Ah tell ah soldier I rate Hiddink higher when de season start an he was vex wid dat, but the way how Hiddink make de blues click after Gene Hackman had we in disarray make me revere he tactics.  Apart from all de injuries I still think Hiddink woulda squeeze out a better performance.  Say wha daiz de way it goes doh.  I feel better about this exit than last year's only because I can say Inter outplayed us as opposed to how we exited to Barca last season.  Hats off to inter Maicon, Samuel and Lucio were magnificent and Sneidjer is utmost class.
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Post by: kicker on March 17, 2010, 09:10:38 AM
Hats off to inter Maicon, Samuel and Lucio were magnificent and Sneidjer is utmost class.

Lucio was Drogba fadda in both legs...They will meet again the World Cup- see if Drogba can figure him out by then.

Sneijder has his erratic days but when he's on, he's up there with the best of them in that position- I think he made one bad pass yesterday, everything else was on the money....Still dunno why Madrid let him go and kept Van Der Vaart...Sneijder is easily the better player between the two...In my opinion. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mad Scorpion a/k/a Big Bo$$ on March 17, 2010, 09:31:44 AM
Hats off to inter Maicon, Samuel and Lucio were magnificent and Sneidjer is utmost class.

Lucio was Drogba fadda in both legs...They will meet again the World Cup- see if Drogba can figure him out by then.

Sneijder has his erratic days but when he's on, he's up there with the best of them in that position- I think he made one bad pass yesterday, everything else was on the money....Still dunno why Madrid let him go and kept Van Der Vaart...Sneijder is easily the better player between the two...In my opinion. 

I wondered about that as well
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on March 17, 2010, 09:48:38 AM
Hats off to inter Maicon, Samuel and Lucio were magnificent and Sneidjer is utmost class.

Lucio was Drogba fadda in both legs...They will meet again the World Cup- see if Drogba can figure him out by then.

Sneijder has his erratic days but when he's on, he's up there with the best of them in that position- I think he made one bad pass yesterday, everything else was on the money....Still dunno why Madrid let him go and kept Van Der Vaart...Sneijder is easily the better player between the two...In my opinion. 

That's a wrong assessment. Drogba fadder was Anelka yesterday.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: kicker on March 17, 2010, 09:57:45 AM

That's a wrong assessment. Drogba fadder was Anelka yesterday.

 ;D
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 17, 2010, 11:09:50 AM
Hats off to inter Maicon, Samuel and Lucio were magnificent and Sneidjer is utmost class.

Lucio was Drogba fadda in both legs...They will meet again the World Cup- see if Drogba can figure him out by then.

Sneijder has his erratic days but when he's on, he's up there with the best of them in that position- I think he made one bad pass yesterday, everything else was on the money....Still dunno why Madrid let him go and kept Van Der Vaart...Sneijder is easily the better player between the two...In my opinion. 

That's a wrong assessment. Drogba fadder was Anelka yesterday.

The inference by either of you that Drogs was a product of a single parent makes you both wrong.  ;D Yesterday in particular, Lucio AND Samuel was Drogba parents yesterday...in fact, it took a village because everybody had a turn in frustrating him.  Referee included. 
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Marcos on March 17, 2010, 12:05:14 PM
Hats off to inter Maicon, Samuel and Lucio were magnificent and Sneidjer is utmost class.

Lucio was Drogba fadda in both legs...They will meet again the World Cup- see if Drogba can figure him out by then.

Sneijder has his erratic days but when he's on, he's up there with the best of them in that position- I think he made one bad pass yesterday, everything else was on the money....Still dunno why Madrid let him go and kept Van Der Vaart...Sneijder is easily the better player between the two...In my opinion. 

Sneider better than what Kaka too...
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on March 21, 2010, 11:57:34 AM
I maintain that The FA is against Chelsea. That was some dubious refereeing. We cannot get a call in the final 1/3.

As much as that is we not helping we self. We score and start walking around. I have no idea why Ancelloti keeping Anelka on the field. The fella clueless, no anticipation causing us to slow down in transition.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: elan on March 21, 2010, 12:00:25 PM
On a morning when Man United get a ghost pk to stay in the game, we draw.  :-\
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on March 21, 2010, 12:01:20 PM
 :)
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 21, 2010, 12:18:43 PM
I maintain that The FA is against Chelsea. That was some dubious refereeing. We cannot get a call in the final 1/3.

As much as that is we not helping we self. We score and start walking around. I have no idea why Ancelloti keeping Anelka on the field. The fella clueless, no anticipation causing us to slow down in transition.

  ...It wasn't just Anelka  today, Padnah..... in de first half, Malouda run through de whole side, get a clear shot at goal from 18 yards.  Straight to the 'keeper.  Lampard eh do shit today, Deco eh do shit today, Ferreira eh do shit today...wait, in fact he did do shit.  He let Diouf get a clear header on goal.   Is games like these, where Chelsea have every right to come in and establish themselves as the dominant team and they don't.  Same thing against West Ham, Birmingham and Wigan during the winter, and the loss to ManCity when Lampard missed the PK.  Hummuch points is dat?  I agree, the referee missed some calls and was letting Blackburn play physical and letting Chelsea not. But at the end of the day, I doh care how rough and tumble Blackburn is, yuh cyah let them out-hustle you out the park with you keeping your hands at your side.       
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on March 21, 2010, 12:21:01 PM
On a morning when Man United get a ghost pk to stay in the game, we draw.  :-\

I now check livescore and see 1-1 FT

Shit side


also...

Originally Posted by fifa.com laws of the game
If a defender starts holding an attacker outside the penalty area and continues
holding him inside the penalty area, the referee must award a penalty kick.

4 points clear rent boy
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 21, 2010, 12:27:34 PM
If Roman let Jose go to any other team in the EPL instead of bringing him back to Stamford Bridge, he will find that things are going to get worse before they get better.  I am more than willing to give Ancelotti fair time to rejuvenate the team, but.....there is no way yuh should allow Jose to bring to another team, especially a marginal contender like liverpool, what he could be bringing to the Bridge.  That would be a huge mistake.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on March 21, 2010, 12:32:22 PM
 :heehee:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on March 21, 2010, 01:47:44 PM
whoopsie chelski
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Blue on March 21, 2010, 02:33:40 PM
Until Essien returns (and, to a lesser extent, Ashley Cole), we are resigned to mediocrity.

By that time, Man U will probably have wrapped up the title.

Ah well, it was a nice run  ;D

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: just cool on March 21, 2010, 04:43:04 PM
Until Essien returns (and, to a lesser extent, Ashley Cole), we are resigned to mediocrity.

By that time, Man U will probably have wrapped up the title.

Ah well, it was a nice run  ;D


Really woulda like chelsea to tuh win this yr, but it look like they let it all slip through their finger today. now they need tuh beat united @ old trafford, and that my friend iz an up hill battle.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on March 21, 2010, 06:51:21 PM
I maintain that The FA is against Chelsea. That was some dubious refereeing. We cannot get a call in the final 1/3.


On a morning when Man United get a ghost pk to stay in the game, we draw.  :-\


I sympathize with u eh....but stop grasping at straws nah man. It pathetic and embarrassing :P
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: GunnerStunner on March 22, 2010, 08:40:59 AM
jesus saves, fa loves manu
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: xixgon on March 22, 2010, 10:09:42 PM
jesus saves, fa loves manu

Haha freal - das why Utd got called for exactly the same penalty against City in the Carling Cup - and Liverpool were given 5 minutes of stoppage time to come back into the game. Not to mention Mascherano and Torres coulda both been sent off in the 1st half.

Blame Liverpool for not picking up Valencia, Gerrard for not showing up and Torres for not burying at least 1 of the 2 chances in the box - not the Ref in a game that Utd dominated.
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: richpy on March 27, 2010, 10:29:54 AM
Murder going on at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea leading 5-1 with 20 mins to go.
Ah have to give respect to Lampard. The man is a consistent 20 goals/season midfielder.
Anelka real tearing up man, too
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: lefty on March 27, 2010, 10:52:38 AM
murder ;D...............like dey makin up for CL exit boy
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Jay10 on March 27, 2010, 10:53:36 AM
FT 7-1....Lampard with 4, Malouda 2, Kalou 1
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Andre DosSantos on March 27, 2010, 10:57:11 AM
Murder, nah not murder that was a Viking raiding party that murder, pillaged and raped their way to victory and some virgin somewhere for a sacrifice
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: big dawg on March 27, 2010, 10:58:36 AM
second 7-1 trashing of the season.... still cyar compensate for champions league exit..

we in pole positioning for EPL and FA Cup

Two cups better than none
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 27, 2010, 11:07:11 AM
we in pole positioning for EPL and FA Cup

...long as we continue winning out, which, of course, includes takin' out the trash at ole traffwhored
in a few weeks.  I really wasn't expecting such an easy time against Aston Villa today....would be nice if this is just a prelude to the semi's!
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on March 27, 2010, 11:11:34 AM
we in pole positioning for EPL and FA Cup

...long as we continue winning out, which, of course, includes takin' out the trash at ole traffwhored
in a few weeks.  I really wasn't expecting such an easy time against Aston Villa today....would be nice if this is just a prelude to the semi's!

yea die hard...7 days is a few weeks  ::) ::)


See ya then rent boys

Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: D.H.W on March 27, 2010, 11:12:00 AM
hmmmm arsenal draw
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 27, 2010, 11:17:05 AM
we in pole positioning for EPL and FA Cup

...long as we continue winning out, which, of course, includes takin' out the trash at ole traffwhored
in a few weeks.  I really wasn't expecting such an easy time against Aston Villa today....would be nice if this is just a prelude to the semi's!

yea die hard...7 days is a few weeks  ::) ::)


See ya then rent boys



  No scene.  Few weeks, few days, few months.......the song will remain the same. How allyuh want dem prawns in allyuh bread?
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: sammy on March 27, 2010, 11:22:50 AM
we in pole positioning for EPL and FA Cup

...long as we continue winning out, which, of course, includes takin' out the trash at ole traffwhored
in a few weeks.  I really wasn't expecting such an easy time against Aston Villa today....would be nice if this is just a prelude to the semi's!

yea die hard...7 days is a few weeks  ::) ::)


See ya then rent boys



they nervous bad....so it feeling like an eternity
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Daft Trini on March 27, 2010, 11:23:54 AM
we in pole positioning for EPL and FA Cup

...long as we continue winning out, which, of course, includes takin' out the trash at ole traffwhored
in a few weeks.  I really wasn't expecting such an easy time against Aston Villa today....would be nice if this is just a prelude to the semi's!

yea die hard...7 days is a few weeks  ::) ::)


See ya then rent boys



  No scene.  Few weeks, few days, few months.......the song will remain the same. How allyuh want dem prawns in allyuh bread?

I hope there is a full FA inquiry into de guns that was sold by villa today... :beermug:
Title: Re: CHELSEA FOREVER!
Post by: Mango Chow! on March 27, 2010, 03:03:04 PM
we in pole positioning for EPL and FA Cup

...long as we continue winning out, which, of course, includes takin' out the trash at ole traffwhored
in a few weeks.  I really wasn't expecting such an easy time against Aston Villa today....would be nice if this is just a prelude to the semi's!

yea die hard...7 days is a few weeks  ::) ::)


See ya then rent boys



  No scene.  Few weeks, few days, few months.......the song will remain the same. How allyuh want dem prawns in allyuh bread?

I hope there is a full FA inquiry into de guns that was sold by villa today... :beermug:

I expect that Bolton will be included in that inquiry, too, tryin' to pad manu stats on GD today!.  :devil:
Title: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: triniairman on April 03, 2010, 12:16:07 AM
Man Utd v Chelsea preview
Titanic title tussle at Old Trafford


Manchester United welcome Chelsea to Old Trafford for what promises to be a pivotal point in the Premier League title race.

Leaders and defending champions the Red Devils hold a one-point advantage over the Blues ahead of their Saturday lunchtime showdown, with just five further games remaining following their head-to-head clash.

Arsenal, given their previous powers of recovery, should not be discounted from the reckoning, but they are three adrift of Chelsea and will be without crocked captain Cesc Fabregas for the remainder of the campaign.

England fans may have breathed a sigh of relief at the news Wayne Rooney suffered only minor ligament damage when twisting his ankle awkwardly in the closing moments against Bayern Munich, but to United supporters the implications are much more significant.

Rooney will be fit for the summer's World Cup, but requires a stint on the sidelines expected to be between two and three weeks, sidelining him for the key clash with Chelsea, Wednesday's return meeting with Bayern and several more vital fixtures.

Dimitar Berbatov is the obvious replacement for Rooney, having deputised well in the recent 4-0 victory over Bolton where he found the net twice. Yet the Bulgaria international is still to convince many inside Old Trafford who find fault with his languid style and seemingly relaxed approach.

Sir Alex Ferguson was less than impressed with his side's performance at the Allianz Arena and will not tolerate a repeat with the Red Devils having already put their bid for silverware in one competition in jeopardy with a below-par showing.

Hargreaves
Ferguson could elect to make further changes from his midweek starting XI, with Ryan Giggs and Antonio Valencia the most likely to be involved.

Owen Hargreaves and John O'Shea are in contention for a spot on the bench after long-term absences with their respective knee and dead leg problems, with midfielder Hargreaves the more likely to feature.

While the hosts are without their star striker, Chelsea will be bolstered by the return of leading marksman Didier Drogba following a minor knee complaint.

The Ivory Coast international did not feature against Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge last time out, although his absence was not felt as the Blues romped to a stunning 7-1 success against the top-four hopefuls.

Carlo Ancelotti does have injury problems of his own, with the visitors' defence particularly stretched entering the home straight.

Ashley Cole (ankle), Ricardo Carvalho (ankle), Jose Bosingwa (knee) and Branislav Ivanovic (knee) are all sidelined, along with midfielder Michael Essien (knee).

Chelsea claimed a 1-0 success over the Red Devils when the two teams met in West London earlier this season, but suffered a 3-0 reverse on their last visit to the home of their title rivals last term.


Possible starting XIs:
Manchester United: Van der Sar, Neville, Vidic, Ferdinand, Evra, Fletcher, Nani, Carrick, Park, Giggs, Berbatov.

Chelsea: Cech, Ferreria, Alex, Terry, Zhirkov, Mikel, Lampard, Malouda, Ballack, Anelka, Drogba.
http://www.skysports.com/football/match_preview/0,19764,11065_3151500,00.html
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Blue on April 03, 2010, 03:04:46 AM
UK based, if you wanna watch the game in 3D, find a pub here:

http://3d.sky.com/pubfinder/Default.aspx  :beermug:

Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: AirMan on April 03, 2010, 04:20:12 AM
Long live Man U !!!!..where flickin Killa ?..him ready fuh Licks !?  :devil:
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Small Magician aka Wazza on April 03, 2010, 05:12:23 AM
2 stars out..well Drog on the bench

1203: TEAMS Man Utd v Chelsea
Man Utd: Van der Sar, Neville, Ferdinand, Vidic, Evra, Valencia, Fletcher, Giggs, Scholes, Park, Berbatov. Subs: Kuszczak, Carrick, Nani, Rafael Da Silva, Macheda, Gibson, De Laet.

Chelsea: Cech, Paulo Ferreira, Alex, Terry, Zhirkov, Joe Cole, Deco, Lampard, Mikel, Malouda, Anelka. Subs: Turnbull, Drogba, Ballack, Kalou, Sturridge, Belletti, Bruma.
Referee: Mike Dean (Wirral)
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: AirMan on April 03, 2010, 05:37:40 AM
I see a goal for Berbatov in this game
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: D.H.W on April 03, 2010, 05:41:53 AM
live feeds

http://www.myp2p.eu/broadcast.php?matchid=70240&part=sports
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Blue on April 03, 2010, 05:44:15 AM
Watchin d game in 3d here...dis is besss!!
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: elan on April 03, 2010, 06:06:28 AM
11 men in red hiding behind the ball at home.   :devil:
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 03, 2010, 06:07:53 AM
OK, fellas.  First blood is drawn, but we down one.  Press dem hard and make dem chase!!
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: elan on April 03, 2010, 06:23:24 AM
Scholes and them could never be players. Them is just nastiness, dutty, stinkin, cheating, nastiness.....bastards.
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 03, 2010, 06:28:03 AM
Scholes and them could never be players. Them is just nastiness, dutty, stinkin, cheating, nastiness.....bastards.

  ...and by the "and them" you could only be referring to men like: gary neville, darren fletcher,  wes brown, nemanja "we don't like pretty football" vidic, etc, right?
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: xixgon on April 03, 2010, 06:39:43 AM
Scholes and them could never be players. Them is just nastiness, dutty, stinkin, cheating, nastiness.....bastards.

  ...and by the "and them" you could only be referring to men like: gary neville, darren fletcher,  wes brown, nemanja "we don't like pretty football" vidic, etc, right?


Haha you'll talkin like d players don't get carded when they commit fouls. It's a well known fact that Scholes cah tackle - and Vidic plays physically and has been sent off several times. But to say they eh also quality players is jus biasness really  :)

SAF needs to make some changes in this game though - Nani for Giggs, Carrick for Scholes and, if necessary, Macheda for Park.
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: triniairman on April 03, 2010, 06:40:32 AM
We looking flat all over the field, I hope Fergie ring somebody ears in the locker room. I don't wanna hear they might have a hang over from the CL. They got Chelsea looking like Barca right now!!!!
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Daft Trini on April 03, 2010, 06:46:49 AM
Scholes and them could never be players. Them is just nastiness, dutty, stinkin, cheating, nastiness.....bastards.

  ...and by the "and them" you could only be referring to men like: gary neville, darren fletcher,  wes brown, nemanja "we don't like pretty football" vidic, etc, right?


Haha you'll talkin like d players don't get carded when they commit fouls. It's a well known fact that Scholes cah tackle - and Vidic plays physically and has been sent off several times. But to say they eh also quality players is jus biasness really  :)

SAF needs to make some changes in this game though - Nani for Giggs, Carrick for Scholes and, if necessary, Macheda for Park.

Valencia not potent also  :beermug:
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 03, 2010, 06:47:33 AM
Scholes and them could never be players. Them is just nastiness, dutty, stinkin, cheating, nastiness.....bastards.

  ...and by the "and them" you could only be referring to men like: gary neville, darren fletcher,  wes brown, nemanja "we don't like pretty football" vidic, etc, right?


Haha you'll talkin like d players don't get carded when they commit fouls. It's a well known fact that Scholes cah tackle - and Vidic plays physically and has been sent off several times. But to say they eh also quality players is jus biasness really  :)

SAF needs to make some changes in this game though - Nani for Giggs, Carrick for Scholes and, if necessary, Macheda for Park.

  I not being biased, jed.  I does always give jack he jacket. The players I call dey is men I doh rate as players de way manu fans does rate dem, so I tend to think that y'all far more biased than I could ever be.  vidic is always a foul waiting to happen and his physicality, as you call it, is his greatest asset and as often as he actually does get carded/sent off, he should be getting much more. He is very easy to beat and he is very error-prone.  He benefits from having good cover within a good team structure.  As for gary neville?  Ha!  the tackle he laid out on Anelka says it all (over his armband).    
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 03, 2010, 06:52:07 AM
See what ah mean?  Easy pass from scholes to neville and he tryin to collect de ball wit he eyes off the ball.  Is only skilled, big time players (like giggs) could do dem ting!  :D
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: D.H.W on April 03, 2010, 07:04:30 AM
d heat is on f**kers

ah just hope we score  :P
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: xixgon on April 03, 2010, 07:05:30 AM
See what ah mean?  Easy pass from scholes to neville and he tryin to collect de ball wit he eyes off the ball.  Is only skilled, big time players (like giggs) could do dem ting!  :D


Haha wow - I good wit u yes.

Giggs is class but at the moment is the most ripe to be subbed considering his minimal impact on this game thus far.

Scholes because he's been a bit off and is at risk of being carded again.

Park because Utd need more of an attacking threat up front.
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: elan on April 03, 2010, 07:06:12 AM
Anyone see that tackle from Ferdinone on Anelka? Two footed scissors tackle in front the ref.   ??? ???

Anelka is the worst player ever BTW.
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 03, 2010, 07:08:20 AM
Anyone see that tackle from Ferdinone on Anelka? Two footed scissors tackle in front the ref.   ??? ???



  You sayin' dat like you surprised to see manu get away wit dem kinda ting...especially @ ole traffwhored.
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Jah Gol on April 03, 2010, 07:11:52 AM
"It's got to be Nani time, despite the fact that he's wearing pink boots"
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: elan on April 03, 2010, 07:16:52 AM
Nani could not wait to come on and dive, very first thing he did.  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Peong on April 03, 2010, 07:22:36 AM
Drogba in allyuh pampalam!
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: elan on April 03, 2010, 07:23:33 AM
No one absolutely no one is better that Drogba.

Yes he was offside, but that why they have refs.
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Jah Gol on April 03, 2010, 07:23:51 AM
World Class offside goal by Didier.
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mr Fix-it on April 03, 2010, 07:24:09 AM
Ref teefin bad....Drogba was off side
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 03, 2010, 07:24:21 AM
"It's got to be Nani time, despite the fact that he's wearing pink boots"

  I doh know where some people taste buds does come from nuh!




Drogba was offside....but we go take it still (especially since mike deen saw fit not to give that penalty on the neville-on-Anelka tackle) Game done. 3 points.
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: D.H.W on April 03, 2010, 07:24:38 AM
nice offside goal from chelsea
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: D.H.W on April 03, 2010, 07:25:27 AM
yeh game on now 2-1
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Daft Trini on April 03, 2010, 07:26:11 AM
is the linesman salary funded by Chelski...? there was no one in his way... he was slight in line with the drogs and he give that onside...?
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 03, 2010, 07:26:14 AM
yeh game on now 2-1

  Chelsea playin' football.  manu playin' volleyball.
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mr Fix-it on April 03, 2010, 07:26:44 AM
Guess he teefin both ways yes...
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: elan on April 03, 2010, 07:26:52 AM
Blatant hand ball so fair turn around.  :devil:
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 03, 2010, 07:27:31 AM
is the linesman salary funded by Chelski...? there was no one in his way... he was slight in line with the drogs and he give that onside...?
 
 How come yuh didn't open yuh mout' about the officials with the penalty non-call in the first half?
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 03, 2010, 07:29:06 AM
Guess he teefin both ways yes...

  You could have said that from the first benefit of a "teefin" call that Chelsea got. 
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Daft Trini on April 03, 2010, 07:30:01 AM
is the linesman salary funded by Chelski...? there was no one in his way... he was slight in line with the drogs and he give that onside...?
 
 How come yuh didn't open yuh mout' about the officials with the penalty non-call in the first half?

Because i am a Man U fan us ass... I biased fuh meh team..... you not biased for your team after all you big up de goal ent...
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 03, 2010, 07:32:43 AM
is the linesman salary funded by Chelski...? there was no one in his way... he was slight in line with the drogs and he give that onside...?
 
 How come yuh didn't open yuh mout' about the officials with the penalty non-call in the first half?

Because i am a Man U fan us ass... I biased fuh meh team..... you not biased for your team after all you big up de goal ent...

  No, because, as I told you before, I am not so biased as to see the game through dishonest eyes and be chupid like allyuh.
NCAA....No Class At All.   
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: elan on April 03, 2010, 07:34:36 AM
Where the hell they get 4 mins from. MAN UNITED ARE CHEATS!!!!!!!
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: D.H.W on April 03, 2010, 07:38:41 AM
ah go take meh loss like a man. but it aint over yet  :salute:.
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: elan on April 03, 2010, 07:39:01 AM
 :devil: :devil: :devil: :devil: :devil:
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mr Fix-it on April 03, 2010, 07:39:41 AM
Very good game.  Good win by the blues....All comes down to the last game again.  MAN U 4 EVER :devil: :beermug:
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 03, 2010, 07:40:12 AM
is the linesman salary funded by Chelski...? there was no one in his way... he was slight in line with the drogs and he give that onside...?
 
 How come yuh didn't open yuh mout' about the officials with the penalty non-call in the first half?

Because i am a Man U fan us ass... I biased fuh meh team..... you not biased for your team after all you big up de goal ent...

  Now go and cry yuh biased eyes out and shed your biased tears in your biased beer.  Green, yellow and BLUE!!! is the colour at old traffwhored today!!
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Daft Trini on April 03, 2010, 07:41:23 AM
is the linesman salary funded by Chelski...? there was no one in his way... he was slight in line with the drogs and he give that onside...?
 
 How come yuh didn't open yuh mout' about the officials with the penalty non-call in the first half?

Because i am a Man U fan us ass... I biased fuh meh team..... you not biased for your team after all you big up de goal ent...

  No, because, as I told you before, I am not so biased as to see the game through dishonest eyes and be chupid like allyuh.
NCAA....No Class At All.   

Breds the penalties that were appealed by Chelski were close ones... but mike dean was no where close by... but for drogs goal the lines man was right there....  u could not come up with a better acronym....?
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: saga pinto on April 03, 2010, 07:43:52 AM
I don't care for either team at this point but the linesman got it wrong on that drogba goal clearly offside............time for instant replay it comin...
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 03, 2010, 07:48:20 AM
is the linesman salary funded by Chelski...? there was no one in his way... he was slight in line with the drogs and he give that onside...?
 
 How come yuh didn't open yuh mout' about the officials with the penalty non-call in the first half?

Because i am a Man U fan us ass... I biased fuh meh team..... you not biased for your team after all you big up de goal ent...

  No, because, as I told you before, I am not so biased as to see the game through dishonest eyes and be chupid like allyuh.
NCAA....No Class At All.   

Breds the penalties that were appealed by Chelski were close ones... but mike dean was no where close by... but for drogs goal the lines man was right there....  u could not come up with a better acronym....?

   "...the penalties that were appealed by Chelski were close ones..." Close, you say?! The only penalty that Chelsea appealed was closer than close, boss.  Yuh that biased?!

As far as the acronym is concerned, I doesn't need to be better, imaginative or even good.  It only needs to be apt. When it comes to people like allyuh and allyuh team, it is.  Most of allyuh have no f**kin' class. Watch how one of allyuh go come on here cussin' the officials and everybody else fuh allyuh loss today.  

  
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: big dawg on April 03, 2010, 07:49:22 AM
I don't care for either team at this point but the linesman got it wrong on that drogba goal clearly offside............time for instant replay it comin...

Exactly.... same way Macheda hand the ball and nothing happen..

Go Chelsea!!
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Peong on April 03, 2010, 07:49:46 AM
With instant replay the game woulda been 1-0, possibly 2-0 if the penalty was given.
Neville challenge on Anelka was a foul.
Slam into the man with no intention of getting the ball, so hard that neither of them could stay on their feet.

Captain Fagtastic!
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: dinho on April 03, 2010, 07:50:34 AM
Neville is ah stink player... Scholes an even stinker player..

The officials were shit..

CHELSEA FOR CHAMPIONS!!  :devil:
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: xixgon on April 03, 2010, 07:52:24 AM
Tough Loss, but can't complain much after that performance.

Said before the game that this wasn't a definitive winner take all game and hopefully that proves to be the case.

Chelsea were favourites going into the season, and being out of the Champions League has only helped them.
Utd have done well to just be in the position they've been in in all competitions, but the squad is starting to creak a bit now. If they do go ahead to win this title - it will probably go down as their greatest success ever - beyond winning it 4 times in a row and 19 times overall.  

But considering how we were written off before the season even began, I can only be proud of what the team has achieved up to this point - bein 2 pts. behind a side of Chelsea's depth and resources is about right unfortunately yes.

Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 03, 2010, 07:53:27 AM
I don't care for either team at this point but the linesman got it wrong on that drogba goal clearly offside............time for instant replay it comin...

  and the ref and the linesman got it wrong on the penalty non-call, and the ref and the linesman got it wrong on the rio ferdinand take down on anelka (like the officials have a dislike fuh dat man, boy) and they also got it wrong on macheda's hands of....the devil goal.....and we can go on and on and I guarantee you they got more big calls wrong that benefited manu than ones that benefited Chelsea.  
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Daft Trini on April 03, 2010, 07:56:10 AM
is the linesman salary funded by Chelski...? there was no one in his way... he was slight in line with the drogs and he give that onside...?
 
 How come yuh didn't open yuh mout' about the officials with the penalty non-call in the first half?

Because i am a Man U fan us ass... I biased fuh meh team..... you not biased for your team after all you big up de goal ent...

  No, because, as I told you before, I am not so biased as to see the game through dishonest eyes and be chupid like allyuh.
NCAA....No Class At All.   

Breds the penalties that were appealed by Chelski were close ones... but mike dean was no where close by... but for drogs goal the lines man was right there....  u could not come up with a better acronym....?

   "...the penalties that were appealed by Chelski were close ones..." Close, you say?! The only penalty that Chelsea appealed was closer than close, boss.  Yuh that biased?!

As far as the acronym is concerned, I doesn't need to be better, imaginative or good.  It only needs to be apt. When it comes to people like allyuh and allyuh team, it is. Allyuh have no class. Watch how one of allyuh go come on here cussin' the officials everybody else fuh allyuh loss today.  

  

Good Game... breds Robbie Mustoe is de man that say close... dem is expert... and class you say... I am positive that you have never crossed the gates at stamford bridge... so you could talk all the shyte about class...
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Daft Trini on April 03, 2010, 07:57:48 AM
Tough Loss, but can't complain much after that performance.

Said before the game that this wasn't a definitive winner take all game - and hopefully that proves to be the case.

Chelsea were favourites going into the season, and being out of the Champions League has only helped them.
Utd have done well to just be in the position they've been in in all competitions, but the squad is starting to creak a bit now. If they do go ahead to win this title - it will probably go down as their greatest success ever - beyond winning it 4 times in a row and 19 times overall.  



Valencia, Park and Nani did not perform well today... all were giving away passes or making bad passes..!
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: dinho on April 03, 2010, 07:58:21 AM
the ref call shit both ways...

he was biased towards being shitty..

at the end of the day, man u did nothing to suggest they deserve to win anything today. Chelsea play all de ball..

30 million for Berbatov boy?? man making Shevchenko look like a bargain. lol
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Daft Trini on April 03, 2010, 08:01:19 AM
the ref call shit both ways...

he was biased towards being shitty..

at the end of the day, man u did nothing to suggest they deserve to win anything today. Chelsea play all de ball..

30 million for Berbatov boy?? man making Shevchenko look like a bargain. lol

That buy does still baffle me... ???
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Blue on April 03, 2010, 08:04:18 AM
Man U without Rooney are a mid-table team. United did nothing to justify their position in the table today.

Big Up de Blues....playing without Cole, Essien, Carvalho, Ivanovic, Boswinga....and yet de title challenge is back on  ;D
Title: Re: Man Utd v Chelsea 3rd Apr 2010
Post by: Mango Chow! on April 03, 2010, 08:06:21 AM