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  1. Final crystal ball prediction for the season...and it's a good one! The ball reckons the cup is ours: Chelsea (4-2-4): Eduardo; Moses, Azpilicueta, Cahill (c), Alonso; Kanté, Fàbregas; Kenedy, Costa, Batshuayi, Hazard Subs: Baxter, Aina, Luiz, Zouma, Aké, Matić, Pedro Prediction: Arsenal 0-2 Chelsea (Batshuayi, Costa) Even with Eduardo and Kenedy starting, Arséne Wenger's men are no match as the strikers find the net to win at Wembley. Of course, the ball has been wrong on many occasions (and almost certainly will be again with its team prediction)...but fingers crossed it has predicted the right team to win. Any score, any way, I don't care. I want the double. We want the double. Good luck, lads. Go get it. CFC!
  2. Agreed. Everyone forgets literally every season in the Premier League, apart from the past two, has seen a team with European football win the league. This is also the first time we've won the title without Europe. Even before this season, people were saying with Champions League Leicester will struggle. It was certainly not the reason. Since Shakespeare took over, the Foxes sprang to life, including in Europe. Yes, it does have an effect...but I certainly don't think it has ever cost a team the title. Personally, I believe the Europa League would be a bigger obstacle for a title charge.
  3. There is only one man...
  4. The final Premier League crystal ball predictions are here. I'd like to think the ball has been something of a good luck charm this season Well, maybe it hasn't made a difference. Anyway, here are the predictions: Champions (3-4-3): Baxter; Zouma, Aké, Azpilicueta; Aina, Kanté, Fàbregas, Alonso; Pedro, Hazard, Loftus-Cheek (c) Subs: Eduardo, Luiz, Terry, Matić, N. Chalobah, Willian, Costa Prediction: Champions 0-0 Sunderland Nathan Baxter, of all people, will get a medal apparently, as he starts in between the sticks. Captain, Leader, Legend John Terry misses his own farewell match, at least as a starter, as Conte has him on the bench. That's rough, Antonio Sunderland does itself no disgrace by finishing the season with a point at the home of the champions. COYB!
  5. Pep responded to Wenger's comments about teams in the middle of the table "being on holiday" and saying how it affects Arsenal's position,, by saying "do it better during in the season and you will not have this problem." Well said, Pep. Over here in Australia, we have the same kind of people in the AFL. In the last couple of games of the season, a coach of a team which has secured its spot in the finals (playoffs) and can't move higher or lower may choose to play the kids in a meaningless game. Therefore, there's a good chance it could lose to a club still fighting for a higher position. This, inevitably, affects league standings for the finals and every year this attracts moaning from fans of clubs who may drop down a place in the table. Every year, I have the same thought as Pep. Win more of your games and it won't be a problem. Managers like Wenger just cannot face facts and think "maybe it's our fault".
  6. I thought to myself when I saw the first goal listed...ah, yes, there's been some beauties but I think that truly was the best... ...then I remembered
  7. Crystal ball predictions for the Watford match: Champions (4-2-4): Courtois; Moses, Zouma, Aké, Alonso; Fàbregas, Matić; Pedro, Hazard, Willian, Loftus-Cheek (c) Subs: Blackman, Aina, Terry, Cahill, Musonda, Batshuayi, Solanke Prediction: Champions 2-1 Watford (Hazard 2) The champions see off the Hornets thanks to a brace from the majestic Hazard, who becomes our top scorer in crystal ball land. The Belgian is one of two false nines, along with Willian. Jamal Blackman is welcomed back from his loan spell with a spot on the bench, while Conte switches back to a 4-2-4 formation, with Loftus-Cheek captaining. Hail the champions!
  8. CHAMPIONS! I thought to myself, prior to the substitutions, "imagine if Batshuayi came on and scored". Great performance, great season. Hail Chelsea! Hail Conte!
  9. Going to say another f**k you to the crystal ball this week. Here are its predictions: Chelsea (3-4-3): Courtois; Azpilicueta, Luiz, Terry (c); Moses, Matić, Hazard, Alonso; Willian, Costa, Loftus-Cheek Subs: Eduardo, Aina, Davey, Aké, Fàbregas, Kanté, Pedro Prediction: West Bromwich Albion 2-1 Chelsea (Pedro) Nuh. No way. Not having that whatsoever. Let's end it now, Blues. It's our time!
  10. I actually don't disagree that much with Darke's view. Yes, someone has to win it and that does not make the others who didn't failures but my word were the other teams inconsistent and nowhere near good enough. Think how many times we were given favours by the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool, Spurs and the Manc clubs dropping points. Hell, that same day as the 1-1 at Anfield, Arsenal lost, and Spurs and United both drew. That was a massive chance for SOMEONE to close the gap...and they failed. Since then, we pretty much kept winning while others dropped points (at least more so than us)...and barring a late Spurs charge (if we can really call it that), no one has been anywhere near our consistency. Not arguing against us being deserved winners, we have clearly been the best team this season...but has anyone else really made a race out of it? Nope.
  11. Relax, it just needs a bit of orange.
  12. We're not linked as far as I know...but just wondering what Chelsea fans' opinion on him is. Would he be worth a bid?
  13. Crystal ball predictions: Chelsea (4-3-3): Courtois (c); Moses, Azpilicueta, Cahill, Alonso; Kanté, Zouma, Kenedy; Musonda, Costa, Pedro Subs: Begović, Terry, Aké, Matić, N. Chalobah, Hazard, Solanke Prediction: Chelsea 3-1 Middlesbrough (Pedro, Kenedy, Alonso) Courtois gets the captaincy as Pedro, Kenedy and Alonso score to keep our winning run going in the crucial stages of the season. An unorthodox central midfield trio of Kanté, Zouma and Kenedy, with Charly Musonda starting for the first time are Conte's biggest changes. I've got a good feeling about this one. COYB!
  14. Well, it does save money on toilet paper...although it's slightly the same product.
  15. I think that was our QPR game. In 2014-15, that win put us seven clear too. What a win! Well done, lads. Blue is the colour! (edit): Holy sh*t! I just realised we kept a clean sheet!