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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 5:41:26 PM   
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Offside Goal (~happens to us all...) still, gee thanks.

Well I enjoyed the game for a little while but then it became a farce, now meh.

Cock it.

So Swansea up next....

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 5:58:49 PM   
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Mark "Man Utd" Clattenburg. Quelle surprise.

Yes, its a surprise that you actually believe that.


Given the massive amount of evidence pointing to it you'd have to be a foolish fool not to.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 5:59:42 PM   
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A hugely controversial game.
Ivanovic going off I can understand but Torres, well, United got lucky on that one.
So, two great goals from RVP and Mata,a controversial PK decision not given,two reds and 5 goals.
Mental

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 6:04:50 PM   
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Mark Clatternburg really can't be allowed to referee a match in the Premier League for a long time, surely?

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 6:06:26 PM   
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Mark "Man Utd" Clattenburg. Quelle surprise.

Yes, its a surprise that you actually believe that.


Given the massive amount of evidence pointing to it you'd have to be a foolish fool not to.


I'm sure Everton fans would refer to him as Mark "Liverpool" Clattenburg.

He's just a piss poor referee, that's all there is to it. He clearly reached and passed his level of incompetence a long, long time ago.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 6:07:29 PM   
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Mark Clatternburg really can't be allowed to referee a match in the Premier League for a long time, surely?


He is a poor Ref.
I saw a game last season (I think it was Wigan Vs West Brom) and he was shocking.
Unfortunately I cant imagine to many people wanting to be Refs,and I dont blame them.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 6:16:52 PM   
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Mark "Man Utd" Clattenburg. Quelle surprise.

Yes, its a surprise that you actually believe that.


Given the massive amount of evidence pointing to it you'd have to be a foolish fool not to.


Maybe i might be a 'foolish fool's for saying it but I still believe that's a load of horse shit. He's just a shit ref, period.

And regardless of the controversy, i'd take the win anyday .

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 6:21:05 PM   
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It swings in roundabouts though.
Manchester United have had some shockingly poor performances from other Refs at Stamford Bridge in the past few years,today it was just the other way around.
Clattenburg,Atkinson are just two cr*p refs.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 6:29:41 PM   
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A hugely controversial game.
Ivanovic going off I can understand but Torres, well, United got lucky on that one.
So, two great goals from RVP and Mata,a controversial PK decision not given,two reds and 5 goals.
Mental


Yer thing is, should he have been on the pitch to make the dive? His challenge on Cleverly that got him his first yellow could so easily have been a red.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 6:29:44 PM   
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Mark "Man Utd" Clattenburg. Quelle surprise.

Yes, its a surprise that you actually believe that.


Given the massive amount of evidence pointing to it you'd have to be a foolish fool not to.


He was ref when United lost 6 - 1 to City and Evans was sent off?

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 6:33:27 PM   
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A hugely controversial game.
Ivanovic going off I can understand but Torres, well, United got lucky on that one.
So, two great goals from RVP and Mata,a controversial PK decision not given,two reds and 5 goals.
Mental


Yer thing is, should he have been on the pitch to make the dive? His challenge on Cleverly that got him his first yellow could so easily have been a red.


I think United got lucky on the fact of the second yellow but yeah I agree that his challenge on Cleverly in the first half was reckless.
Funny nothing has been said about it.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 6:46:01 PM   
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Mark "Man Utd" Clattenburg. Quelle surprise.

Yes, its a surprise that you actually believe that.

Just have a look at who's posting it, the biggest moron on the board.

Ivanovic had to go, Torres could have gone for his first and he can look at himself for going down theatrically for the second. The 3rd goal was offside and was given by the linesman.

BUT always remember if United get decisions the ref's a United fan. We now "own" Mike Riley, Martin Atkinson, Howard Webb, Chris Foy, Phil Dowd and Clattenburg.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 7:00:15 PM   
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Mark "Man Utd" Clattenburg. Quelle surprise.

Yes, its a surprise that you actually believe that.


Given the massive amount of evidence pointing to it you'd have to be a foolish fool not to.


He was ref when United lost 6 - 1 to City and Evans was sent off?


He's obviously a mercenary Man Utd fan, like the majority of them.


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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 7:38:52 PM   
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While we're discussing horrific refereeing decisions, this seems like a good time to point out that the referee for next weekend's match between Man United and Arsenal is.. Howard Webb. oh dear.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 8:04:27 PM   
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While we're discussing horrific refereeing decisions, this seems like a good time to point out that the referee for next weekend's match between Man United and Arsenal is.. Howard Webb. oh dear.


To be fair Arsenal don't really turn up at OT,good referee or not.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 8:11:45 PM   
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Breaking on SSN now -

Chelsea have lodged a complaint against Mark Clattenberg for using "inappropriate language" towards two players.



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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 8:20:36 PM   
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Breaking on SSN now -

Chelsea have lodged a complaint against Mark Clattenberg for using "inappropriate language" towards two players.




But he was just repeating something that a Chelsea player said to him.


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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 9:25:42 PM   
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Breaking on SSN now -

Chelsea have lodged a complaint against Mark Clattenberg for using "inappropriate language" towards two players.




But he was just repeating something that a Chelsea player said to him.




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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 10:34:39 PM   
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How'd Carrick not get booked for that foul on Ramirez? Professional foul if ever I saw one.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 28/10/2012 11:23:41 PM   
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Breaking on SSN now -

Chelsea have lodged a complaint against Mark Clattenberg for using "inappropriate language" towards two players.



But he was just repeating something that a Chelsea player said to him.



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RE: Chelsea Thread - 31/10/2012 12:02:51 PM   
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Both the sendings off were poor decisions.... but what a comeback from 2-0 down. We would have won if it hadn't been for the sendings off - I didn't feel that gutted. Hey we're still European Champions and are top of the PL. I'm just enjoying that whilst it lasts.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 31/10/2012 12:27:14 PM   
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I only managed to listen to the game and to watch the highlights.

imo you were clear favourites for that match with a stronger squad in better form.

The Chelsea defending was very poor. The 1st Utd goal I think Ivanovic does a terrible job. He shows no heart to win Rooney's cross and in the end its a comedy bounce off Luiz's ass, but no fault of his.

For the second Utd goal. Is it Young and RvP who are up in the box again for Utd waiting for the cross. And is it Cahill who points at RvP (as I think he's trying to defend against Young) and Ivanovic who again fails to get in tight to RvP.

Mata's free kick was great. Ramires showed a lot of determination to win the header for the equaliser, but again I'd expect more from the defender.

I think then Chelsea got more of the ball and Mata started to run the show, so it sounded to me like there was only going to be one winner if Chelsea hadn't of lost men. Fair dues to Ferguson for making an attacking change quickly when Chelsea went down to 10. I did think the Ivanovic sending off was warranted. There was a touch on Torres, so that was unlucky. The Utd winner I think is hard to spot as off-side.

Kept the PL interesting imo. I think if you bring in Falcao its all over. Otherwise there is hope for the other teams as Torres is not doing what he should be doing up top and there are problems still in defense.

One point I did see being made about Chelsea is there is not a lot of rotation in the team and is it possible that team could run out of steam later in the season? I think if you lose Ramires that will be a problem for ye.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 31/10/2012 12:41:06 PM   
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I think one of the things I find most interesting about Chelsea is Di Matteo. Has any man done more to please an employer?

Last season he managed to deliver what Abramovich wanted the CL title. Some moans and groans about how Chelsea played non-football doing that, but they did it. We also know that Abramovich craved attacking football. And this season he's set Chelsea out to do just that.

I think it will be interesting to see what will happen in the latter stages of the CL. If Chelsea manage to get results from Shakhtar and Juventus, I'm not sure this open style will be enough to progress in Europe. We already saw how Atletico stuffed 4 past them, okay it was a friendly, but I think a technically competent European team can do that to Chelsea.

In the PL I still think that the difference in class between the top 3 and the others means they can have holes in defense but still look to outscore inferior opposition.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 31/10/2012 7:26:59 PM   
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Interested to watch Romeu playing tonight. I feel I've not seen enough of him. And Piazon too. Really expected that Marin would be starting too, but he can't do better than the subs bench.

Well, after 30 minutes I have my answer of why Di Matteo persists with Mikel. Romeu is no better! Sloppy defending so far between these two so far. More acceptable for Utd who have made 10 changes to the starting XI at the weekend. Don't think either manager will shed any tears if their team goes out.

Forgot all about Victor Moses with the other signings over the season. Looks the best player on the pitch by some distance. Which is not too bad when Mata is out there (though I think he's mostly just having a stroll around in fairness )

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 31/10/2012 8:36:41 PM   
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Best two players on the pitch have been Keane and Wooten for United,because although we marvel at Chelsea attacking play they havent really troubled these two young centre backs.
Mikel has been energetic,giggs and mata are cruising in two very similar roles.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 31/10/2012 8:40:34 PM   
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Actually I'm very surprised by Anderson who looks like he's putting a shift in. That's not something I often associate with him.

You are right about the ManU centre half pairing, but they've not exactly been tested too much. Hopefully that will change in the 2nd half

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 31/10/2012 8:43:23 PM   
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Yep Anderson is doing well and tbh he's has done whenever I've seen him this season.
Hernandez has also impressed.He seems to be adding more in his play.

This game is everything that the weekend game wasn't.Enjoyable.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 31/10/2012 8:50:45 PM   
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No surprise to see Buttner coming off, he wasn't having a good day at the office. First sighting of Powell for me and his first sighting at the goal, confident little bugger.

Just feel right now that Chelsea are happy to let this one slip away from them. But still a good way to go.

Is that 5 for the season from Cahill? Its more than Sunderland have scored isn't it

Ooooh. I'm not a fan of his at all, but that is great football all the way down the field from Nani.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 31/10/2012 9:02:04 PM   
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sexy football.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 31/10/2012 9:09:33 PM   
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Our defenders can't defend but they sure can score. So thats 6 (SO FAR) that United have put past us in less than 4 days.

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