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RE: Chelsea Thread - 1/11/2006 7:42:07 PM   
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Yeh, you're right. I'm only basing it on watching Makelele, Shevchenko and Ballack play for a decade, what do I know! I've stayed out of this thread thus far, but this "Chelsea players don't dive" rhetoric makes me fucking furious, as it does if Man Utd, Arsenal or Liverpool fans claim that it's all the dirty foreign teams as well. Every team in world football dives, get over it.


i know every team dives, and im quite aware that chelsea has players that do aswell, belive me, when i see drogba make a meal of things im bloody cursing his arse wanting him to get up. i didnt say we dont have players who dive but im objecting to u saying certain players do that really DO NOT! and in my original post i was statin that whilst we have players that go down as a team we are not like that, i dont think Arsenal, Liverpool, or Man U are either because English teams are not as bad as the likes of Barca who were falling over everything. my point is that people should stop making out Chelsea were equally bad because on this occasion they were not. im not defending Chelsea diving or saying that we never do im simply stating that Barca in my opinion are much worse than ANY english team and on this night in particular they were worse than Chels.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 1/11/2006 7:47:03 PM   
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Do you honestly think that Lampard, Cashley and particularly Little Joe, Ballack and Shevchenko don't like a tumble?

And, of the other English teams, Gerrard, Luis Garcia, Kuyt, Gonzalez, Bellamy, Rooney, Saha, Ronaldo, Evra, Gallas, Henry, Rosicky, van Persie, Gilberto..ah, fuck it, The Entire Arsenal Squad!?!?!?

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 1/11/2006 7:49:50 PM   
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i think that every single player goes down sometimes in tactical terms for example to get the free kick when play infront isnt developing etc but to call Ballack and Lampard divers! to actually catagorise them as diving players is ridiculous. anyway who do u support and why has this become such a big thing if u dont support the Chels why are u  in the thread arguing points that clearly arent gonna be agreed with by most

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 1/11/2006 7:52:30 PM   
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Without Sheva on the Pitch Drogba reverted back to acting like a dick and falling over at the slightest touch. The first half of the game was ridiculous and pathetic, grown men being paid thousands of pounds a week to play a game they supposedly love prancing around like idiots, it really pissed me off last night, Chelsea and Barca were disgraceful fucking falling over each other and pushing each other like pricks, stopping the game and crowding the ref like animals.

Luckily the second half was better and there were some moments of class football from both sides, Lampard was excellent and Robben should have scored, and Ballack too. The one thing to take from this game as a Chelsea fan is we again showed our determined spirit not to give up and to continue to battle for the game to the death, and it paid off (Barca complained about the amount of extra time, if they could control their players less time would have been wasted during the 90 mins and they would have won) Great to see John Terry leading from the front and kicking the balls of the annoying and certainly diving Deco as well as being in the opponents box during the 93rd minute.

Chelsea vs. Barca will continue for years to come it is inevitable that this tie will develop into one of the “great” football rivalries, even more so than it is now I just hope the players can grow up and stop fucking around and just play the impressive football they often can, unfortunately the teams bring out the worst in each other... Oh and I can see Barca qualifying into the next stages of the competition so it’s bound to be Chelsea/Barca quarter final.  


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RE: Chelsea Thread - 1/11/2006 7:54:04 PM   
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I'm a 'tic man. We've got Maloney, McGeady, Nakamura and Magic who all dive. Ballack's been at it for donkey's years, he was a cheating cunt at Leverkeusen, Bayern and, I'll wager, Chelsea. I played against Lampard and the fat wanker hit the floor even when he was fourteen! What's the difference between diving for "tactical reasons" and being a diver? What are you talking about?

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 1/11/2006 8:00:11 PM   
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tactical reason as in not flinging urself to the floor but when a bad tackle is made against u and u could prehaps stay on ur feet just, but take the free kick instead thats wot i mean, when a foul has been commited anyway.



oh and enough with 'fat frank' ok he was fat at west ham but he is not fat ok so dont make cheap shots like that coz we are having a convo about diving ya kno' and i really think lampard is not considered a diver and does not play that way.

btw your avatar is totally beginning to mesmerise me! i think its an evil hypnotic plan!

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 1/11/2006 8:03:00 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: impqueen

Without Sheva on the Pitch Drogba reverted back to acting like a dick and falling over at the slightest touch. The first half of the game was ridiculous and pathetic, grown men being paid thousands of pounds a week to play a game they supposedly love prancing around like idiots, it really pissed me off last night, Chelsea and Barca were disgraceful fucking falling over each other and pushing each other like pricks, stopping the game and crowding the ref like animals.

Luckily the second half was better and there were some moments of class football from both sides, Lampard was excellent and Robben should have scored, and Ballack too. The one thing to take from this game as a Chelsea fan is we again showed our determined spirit not to give up and to continue to battle for the game to the death, and it paid off (Barca complained about the amount of extra time, if they could control their players less time would have been wasted during the 90 mins and they would have won) Great to see John Terry leading from the front and kicking the balls of the annoying and certainly diving Deco as well as being in the opponents box during the 93rd minute.

Chelsea vs. Barca will continue for years to come it is inevitable that this tie will develop into one of the “great” football rivalries, even more so than it is now I just hope the players can grow up and stop fucking around and just play the impressive football they often can, unfortunately the teams bring out the worst in each other... Oh and I can see Barca qualifying into the next stages of the competition so it’s bound to be Chelsea/Barca quarter final.  




Good post. Nice to see a balanced view which pretty much sums up the game

You see Jimminy, Chelsea fans can be reasonable

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 1/11/2006 8:09:07 PM   
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I know, I was actually going to comment on that. See, I used to like Chelsea under Hoddle, Gullit, Vialli and Ranieri - great players and always a degree of class about the team (obviously not Bates) but under Mourinho it's a different story. He's created this hysteria around the club and the (majority of) fans have been sucked in. They think everyone's out to get them for no good reason, make outrageous statements about opposition clubs and players, are terrible winners and worse losers. They're a malevolent stain on the game, if I was a Chelsea fan (which my Dad and brother are - admittedly from afar) I'd be thoroughly ashamed of my club (which they are) and certainly wouldn't look to perpetuate any myths that narccisistic twat has fabricated. I honestly hope you regain your style, but it's very far off indeed.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 1/11/2006 8:21:44 PM   
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i actually have to say that the club had some great times under Bates and he was a huge part of that, he listened to the fans and conversed with them on a much higher level than what happens now. Kenyon and Greenberg( who is a disgrace) and Abramovich (who i think has been badly advised) do not listen to the fans and have no real level of communication with them and are a huge reason behind the growing dislike of the club amongst fans and the media. under Bates fans were listened to far more, the club has lost its family atmosphere, Kenyon and Greenberg are very much responsible for this and it largely falls by the wayside due to the teams current success. they are doing things that arent good for the club long term or things that arent good for the fans. I loved Bates even tho he did some things which u cant really defend lol! the new guys have caused things to have quite a cold feeling - i havent explained this as well as i wud have liked sorry

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 1/11/2006 8:29:22 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: jimminycrickets

I know, I was actually going to comment on that. See, I used to like Chelsea under Hoddle, Gullit, Vialli and Ranieri - great players and always a degree of class about the team (obviously not Bates) but under Mourinho it's a different story. He's created this hysteria around the club and the (majority of) fans have been sucked in. They think everyone's out to get them for no good reason, make outrageous statements about opposition clubs and players, are terrible winners and worse losers. They're a malevolent stain on the game, if I was a Chelsea fan (which my Dad and brother are - admittedly from afar) I'd be thoroughly ashamed of my club (which they are) and certainly wouldn't look to perpetuate any myths that narccisistic twat has fabricated. I honestly hope you regain your style, but it's very far off indeed.


I think the problem with Chelsea is the fear of fucking up (this makes sense in my head) in that if we don't win the League for the third time in a row, or at least get to the final of the Champions League the press vultures will jump and even if we ended up runners-up in both competitions the season will be seen as a failure.
 
We have so much money and have spent a fucking load that we should be successful, even though before Roman and Jose turned up we were doing pretty damn well for a club owned by the honey monster who hates football, were in a shit load of debt and had the comical genius that was Ranieri as our manager/coach (I really miss that funny bugger some days) and we played far more attractive football too.
 
Our football now is I don't believe boring, we can be fucking fluent some days, especially when we have Robben in our team (yes he does dive a lot and is a selfish fucker) but when he's on form he flies, anyway we play save solid football and despite its critics (and I'm one) we are getting the results we want and need, we are also playing far better football than last season.
 
I am far from ashamed of my team but some days I just really think "what the fuck is the point?!” then I realise how much Chelsea have meant to me over the years, and every fan wants their team to be winners, not just plucky almost ran's who play pretty football (Barca play stylish football but as the last three results in the Champions League are proof, it doesn't always get results, hence their precarious situation).    
 

Mourinho the "Special One”, I'm not even really ashamed of him mainly because he has always been like he is now, he just gets more press now he's in a League that registers on an international level (sorry Porto fans) I really have learnt to ignore his tactless ramblings, though I believe they serve their purpose of removing any focus of the players and therefore removing a substantial amount of pressure for them so they can get on with playing football (well most match days when they aren't reverting to 5 year olds).   
 

That and it is always easier to continue to argue until you are blue in the face than admit your failings, as either a club or an individual.  

Of course I could be spouting total bollocks...


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RE: Chelsea Thread - 1/11/2006 9:07:21 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: jimminycrickets

I know, I was actually going to comment on that. See, I used to like Chelsea under Hoddle, Gullit, Vialli and Ranieri - great players and always a degree of class about the team (obviously not Bates) but under Mourinho it's a different story. He's created this hysteria around the club and the (majority of) fans have been sucked in. They think everyone's out to get them for no good reason, make outrageous statements about opposition clubs and players, are terrible winners and worse losers. They're a malevolent stain on the game, if I was a Chelsea fan (which my Dad and brother are - admittedly from afar) I'd be thoroughly ashamed of my club (which they are) and certainly wouldn't look to perpetuate any myths that narccisistic twat has fabricated. I honestly hope you regain your style, but it's very far off indeed.


 Dont talk bollocks Jimminy the club is more than one lippy little portugese poser or the bald devil Kenyon.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 2/11/2006 10:06:19 AM   
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quote:

Chelsea fans do my fucking head in, Barca were bad but you guys were equal to it.


hahaha, what a crock of shite....
I love being Champs... you get people exaggerating everything all the time.
Drogba took his fair share of dive but to say we were equal is utter bollocks....
Most of their players were flying all over the place... we kicked them a few times but they deserved
it and we didn't put anyone in hospital.

Top of the league!!!!

I'm very proud to be a Chelsea fan... I thoroughly enjoyed the game - for all it's dramatics and incidents there
was also some great great football.... especially from Chelsea.

Oh and I love Jose....

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 2/11/2006 10:15:55 AM   
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From yesterday evening's Fiver...

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What you, you grubby little proletariat, fail to realise is that the Fiver is never wrong. If you don't laugh at our jokes, that's your fault for being boring, not ours for being unfunny. If you don't agree with our opinions, that's your fault for being wrong, not ours for being not right. If the Fiver arrives at 10.44pm, that's some Superman-Y-front-wearing nerd's fault for clogging up the information superhighway, not ours for taking a 10-hour lunch snorting Merlot. And if the Fiver gets blocked by a firewall, that's your company's fault for being priggish, not ours for failing to realise the contemporary meaning of "Cincinnati bow-tie".

All of which puts us in good company with Chelsea, who today predictably blamed Barcelona, the referee, full-fat milk, reality TV, Victor Kiam and pretty much everyone but themselves for the gigantic dump that they and Barcelona took on the beautiful game at the Nou Camp last night. "It's a shame when you see world-class players trying to get others booked," deadpanned John Terry, correctly excusing himself from criticism on the grounds that a) he tried to get Rafa Marquez sent off, not booked, and b) he isn't and never will be world-class. "Maybe Barcelona feel a bit threatened by us," he added, as that misunderstood charmer Ricardo Carvalho went round the Barca training ground whirling a chainsaw like Leatherface with a poodle perm.

On Terry went, his sense of injustice fuelled by the fact that Uefa will automatically fine Chelsea for having six players booked. "Barcelona are a great side but we are not too sure why they are so cynical," he what me'd, symbolically belly-flopping into a pool of Persil. "With the referee against us and everyone against us, we were the better side." He's right there. With the laughably underrated Michael Essien outstanding, Chelsea showed that - now, finally, after spending just GBP784m - they are equipped to win Big Cup. They are close to being a great team, and have an irrefutably great manager.

But until they stop acting the eejits, those things will matter less and less.


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RE: Chelsea Thread - 2/11/2006 10:27:31 AM   
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What utter crap.... Terry not world class??? or am I reading that wrongly?

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 2/11/2006 11:25:49 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: clownfoot

From yesterday evening's Fiver...

quote:

  
What you, you grubby little proletariat, fail to realise is that the Fiver is never wrong. If you don't laugh at our jokes, that's your fault for being boring, not ours for being unfunny. If you don't agree with our opinions, that's your fault for being wrong, not ours for being not right. If the Fiver arrives at 10.44pm, that's some Superman-Y-front-wearing nerd's fault for clogging up the information superhighway, not ours for taking a 10-hour lunch snorting Merlot. And if the Fiver gets blocked by a firewall, that's your company's fault for being priggish, not ours for failing to realise the contemporary meaning of "Cincinnati bow-tie".

All of which puts us in good company with Chelsea, who today predictably blamed Barcelona, the referee, full-fat milk, reality TV, Victor Kiam and pretty much everyone but themselves for the gigantic dump that they and Barcelona took on the beautiful game at the Nou Camp last night. "It's a shame when you see world-class players trying to get others booked," deadpanned John Terry, correctly excusing himself from criticism on the grounds that a) he tried to get Rafa Marquez sent off, not booked, and b) he isn't and never will be world-class. "Maybe Barcelona feel a bit threatened by us," he added, as that misunderstood charmer Ricardo Carvalho went round the Barca training ground whirling a chainsaw like Leatherface with a poodle perm.

On Terry went, his sense of injustice fuelled by the fact that Uefa will automatically fine Chelsea for having six players booked. "Barcelona are a great side but we are not too sure why they are so cynical," he what me'd, symbolically belly-flopping into a pool of Persil. "With the referee against us and everyone against us, we were the better side." He's right there. With the laughably underrated Michael Essien outstanding, Chelsea showed that - now, finally, after spending just GBP784m - they are equipped to win Big Cup. They are close to being a great team, and have an irrefutably great manager.

But until they stop acting the eejits, those things will matter less and less.


Yeah I read that last night...very funny!  You can always rely on the Fiver for some cynical analysing! 

Sinatra, you have take the Fiver with a pinch of salt as it is primarily a piss-take view of football news...thoroughly recommend subscribing to it

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 2/11/2006 6:24:52 PM   
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quote:

Chelsea fans do my fucking head in, Barca were bad but you guys were equal to it.


hahaha, what a crock of shite....
I love being Champs... you get people talking sense all the time and can dismiss it out of hand as jealousy, the equivalent of "I know you are but what am I?".

Drogba took his fair share of dives and to say we were equal is bang on the money....

Most of their players were flying all over the place... we kicked them a few times but they deserved it because they're better at football and everyone likes them more than us.

Second in the league!!!!

I'm very proud to be a Chelsea fan... I thoroughly enjoyed the game - for all it's dramatics and incidents there was also some great great football.... especially from Barcelona.

Oh and I love Jose's incessant whining, narccisism, myopia and schizophrenia....

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 2/11/2006 9:50:10 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: jimminycrickets

quote:

Chelsea fans do my fucking head in, Barca were bad but you guys were equal to it.


hahaha, what a crock of shite....
I love being Champs... you get people talking sense all the time and can dismiss it out of hand as jealousy, the equivalent of "I know you are but what am I?".

Drogba took his fair share of dives and to say we were equal is bang on the money....

Most of their players were flying all over the place... we kicked them a few times but they deserved it because they're better at football and everyone likes them more than us.

Second in the league!!!!

I'm very proud to be a Chelsea fan... I thoroughly enjoyed the game - for all it's dramatics and incidents there was also some great great football.... especially from Barcelona.

Oh and I love Jose's incessant whining, narccisism, myopia and schizophrenia....


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RE: Chelsea Thread - 3/11/2006 8:34:09 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: jimminycrickets

quote:

Chelsea fans do my fucking head in, Barca were bad but you guys were equal to it.


hahaha, what a crock of shite....
I love being Champs... you get people talking sense all the time and can dismiss it out of hand as jealousy, the equivalent of "I know you are but what am I?".

Drogba took his fair share of dives and to say we were equal is bang on the money....

Most of their players were flying all over the place... we kicked them a few times but they deserved it because they're better at football and everyone likes them more than us.

Second in the league!!!!

I'm very proud to be a Chelsea fan... I thoroughly enjoyed the game - for all it's dramatics and incidents there was also some great great football.... especially from Barcelona.

Oh and I love Jose's incessant whining, narccisism, myopia and schizophrenia....




jimminy dont you know talking to yourself is the first sign of madness.



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RE: Chelsea Thread - 5/11/2006 11:43:27 AM   
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So any thoughts on today’s game?  
 
I think we will win but it’ll be difficult and Spurs are on a high after their game in Europe this week, yet history is on our side(which means fuck all but hey...)
 
2-0? But I would like it to be 4 or 5 nil...(Our goal difference sucks at the moment when compared to United)
 
 

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 5/11/2006 12:17:15 PM   
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quote:

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So any thoughts on today's game?  
 
I think we will win but it'll be difficult and Spurs are on a high after their game in Europe this week, yet history is on our side(which means fuck all but hey...)
 
2-0? But I would like it to be 4 or 5 nil...(Our goal difference sucks at the moment when compared to United)
 
 


I watched the game against Barca (good result there Chelsea) and was appalled by the play acting on both sides. What was terrible was Drogba, the guy looks like he could play rugby for gods sake. Why is such an obviously talented and strong player doing rollin aroundthe proverbial primadonna?

Weve got Ronny who does it but to be fair he is neither built or as strong as Drogba.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 5/11/2006 1:47:49 PM   
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Weve got Ronny who does it but to be fair he is neither built or as strong as Drogba.

The way his brushed off the block from the Pamarot in the first half would prove otherwise. 

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 5/11/2006 10:52:51 PM   
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can we drop this now please coz there are plenty of other threads dicussing this issue which is really where all this chat should be i wanna chat bout Chels and seeing as its match day lets try and keep to the game pleaseeee.

anyway well done to Spurs we were all over them but they took their chances well and they've waited a long time for that win so fair play.

im not taking anything away from them but being that this is the Chelsea thread theres a few points regarding the blues to discuss. firstly Drogs goal i think shud have stood mainly due to the fact that the ball game nowhere near JT and King was never going to be able to reach the ball to defend it so it should have stood. Also i think its fair to say JT was very unlucky to get sent off, the first card is correct but the second was a bit of a joke, slightly irelevant to the result because they had already scored  but just disappointing for JT because he has never been sent of b4.
Bonus tho--- Maka scored!!! makes me laugh that lighting has struck twice even if we did lose.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 5/11/2006 11:18:06 PM   
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Can I just say how much I admired Jose's interview with Sky after the match. As a Spurs fan I coudn't really argue with any of his points.

Certainly showed Wenger how to behave today.


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RE: Chelsea Thread - 5/11/2006 11:35:08 PM   
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well said its nice to hear other fans appreciating that he is actually a sensible bloke who always gives credit to the opposition when we lose.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 6/11/2006 10:08:39 AM   
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Yep Jose was on good form yesterday.
I know we lost but we played well again and Robinson was excellent in the first half.
Some nice one touch play which was good to see but Spurs
took their chances so well you can't complain.... the longest record ever over 1 club had
to end some time... fair play to them.

Other points:
SWP was pants yet again... he just doesn't take his chances when he gets them.
The Drogba goal was fine...
Boulahrouz doesn't look good enough..

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‘We don’t feel happy when we lose local derbies,’ he summed up on the closing of a 19-year record, ‘because for the fans it is a special disappointment. But I think the record we beat when after 50 years we won the championship gives us space in the supporters’ hearts when we make these mistakes.’



Well said Jose!

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 6/11/2006 10:56:47 AM   
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Mourinho proved his class, Drogba’s goal was good and it should have been 2-0.
 
Terry shouldn’t have been sent off, but well-done to Spurs you gits!
 
Oh well now we just need to go on a run of games (which we will) and end it with a win over Man United.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 6/11/2006 12:39:30 PM   
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I think Spurs deserved to win and it was a great goal by Lennon to win it...if Terry hadn't of gone I doubt the result would've changed to be honest and he didn't seem to complain too much about being sent so maybe he knew he'd done something a bit naughty

Agree with you Sinatra about Boulahrouz...he had a Titus Bramble against Barca and looked so immobile yesterday...I'd prefer Geremi at right back as I'm not a big fan of Ferreira either

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 6/11/2006 1:48:37 PM   
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ORIGINAL: impqueen

Mourinho proved his class


Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho criticised referee Graham Poll after his side's 2-1 defeat at Tottenham.
Poll disallowed a Didier Drogba header for a foul on Michael Dawson and sent off John Terry in the second half.
"I never ask referees as they always have an excuse. I cannot find a reason for Terry's red card," said Mourinho.
"Mr Poll goes home and nobody can ask his reasons. Referees should have news conferences but they would be fake because they'd bring their excuses."

Interview: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho Interview: Tottenham manager Martin Jol
Terry was handed a second yellow card after the break for a seemingly innocuous incident involving Pascal Chimbonda, which outraged Mourinho.









"He sends John Terry off because he is pulling Chimbonda and keeps Spurs midfielder Hossam Ghaly on the pitch when he gives a clear elbow on Michael Essien's face," added the Blues' Portuguese boss.
"Referees always have an excuse. He has perfect vision - two matches with him and five points we have lost.
"Have you ever seen a referee come and say 'It was my mistake, and I influenced the game?'"

Classy.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 6/11/2006 2:15:33 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: WilliamMunny

quote:

ORIGINAL: impqueen

Mourinho proved his class


Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho criticised referee Graham Poll after his side's 2-1 defeat at Tottenham.
Poll disallowed a Didier Drogba header for a foul on Michael Dawson and sent off John Terry in the second half.
"I never ask referees as they always have an excuse. I cannot find a reason for Terry's red card," said Mourinho.
"Mr Poll goes home and nobody can ask his reasons. Referees should have news conferences but they would be fake because they'd bring their excuses."

Interview: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho Interview: Tottenham manager Martin Jol
Terry was handed a second yellow card after the break for a seemingly innocuous incident involving Pascal Chimbonda, which outraged Mourinho.









"He sends John Terry off because he is pulling Chimbonda and keeps Spurs midfielder Hossam Ghaly on the pitch when he gives a clear elbow on Michael Essien's face," added the Blues' Portuguese boss.
"Referees always have an excuse. He has perfect vision - two matches with him and five points we have lost.
"Have you ever seen a referee come and say 'It was my mistake, and I influenced the game?'"

Classy.


I was referencing and reiterating the views of Mourinho during his interview on Sky Sports he was not only articulate but gracious and to the point.

Every manager criticises the ref when decisions don't go their way and Mourinho has every right to do so and rightly did becuase some of Poll's choices were stupid both for and against Chelsea, it's not like he's called him a blind c**t or asked for him to be suspended.   

And hell he even hugged Jol after the defeat, after some of the crap yesterday yes I think it was pretty damn classy of him.  


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RE: Chelsea Thread - 6/11/2006 2:40:43 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: WilliamMunny

quote:

ORIGINAL: impqueen

Mourinho proved his class


Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho criticised referee Graham Poll after his side's 2-1 defeat at Tottenham.
Poll disallowed a Didier Drogba header for a foul on Michael Dawson and sent off John Terry in the second half.
"I never ask referees as they always have an excuse. I cannot find a reason for Terry's red card," said Mourinho.
"Mr Poll goes home and nobody can ask his reasons. Referees should have news conferences but they would be fake because they'd bring their excuses."

Interview: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho Interview: Tottenham manager Martin Jol
Terry was handed a second yellow card after the break for a seemingly innocuous incident involving Pascal Chimbonda, which outraged Mourinho.









"He sends John Terry off because he is pulling Chimbonda and keeps Spurs midfielder Hossam Ghaly on the pitch when he gives a clear elbow on Michael Essien's face," added the Blues' Portuguese boss.
"Referees always have an excuse. He has perfect vision - two matches with him and five points we have lost.
"Have you ever seen a referee come and say 'It was my mistake, and I influenced the game?'"

Classy.


Nice effort Munny but hardly groundbreaking stuff is it.

He actually has a point and isnt the 1st manager in the league to suggest referees should be accountable for their actions. 

Anyway stop trying to detract attention from your own Arsene Winger who yesterday far exceeded any of Jose's touchline indiscretions.

Disgusting behaviour, Arsenal have always been the sorest losers in the land (pizza anyone) and have again shown their complete lack of class...



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