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  1. Five Chelsea games you would love to have attended.

    I've done from the period I was actually going 1989 - Man City 2- Chelsea 3 - Chelsea then top the 2nd division and away support is outstanding. 1990- Portsmouth 2- Chelsea 3 - League Cup and Chelsea losing with 10 minutes to go - I was listening to the car radio waiting for my ex to finish evening class and the radio commentary made me wish I was down at Pompey. 1992 Chelsea 2- Newcastle 1 - League Cup - Mate at work said the crowd was rocking and a terrific atmosphere. 1997 Chelsea 2- Tromso 3 - the cup match in the snow and scoring the late goals to give us a chance back at the bridge. 2003 - Arsenal 1 - Chelsea 2 and Wayne Bridge's goal sending us through to the Champions league semi.
  2. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    I bet Wenger's job is now safe........... till the month end anyway!
  3. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    I see Lindelof is playing, wonder if he will last the match.
  4. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    We are probably all analysing this a little too much and we don't know just how much thinking Wilkins put into it. Robben, Hazard and Drogba all key at their peak times in winning us the league titles. Cavalho and Cahill, though Cahill gets knocked is it only me that thinks he was much better playing in a four with Terry? I rarely recall him making mistakes when alongside Terry. I do recall Cavalho using the dark arts of the game and refs turning a blind eye on occasion. I would have put Kante in with Makele along with Frank though perhaps Wilkins thought Kante had only been here a year and so omitted him. What I liked about his selection is it looked like a proper team and a balanced team though more from 2000-present.
  5. Christiano Ronaldo

    I read an article saying he can only play CF now as he has slowed down, think he would be a media distraction at CFC.
  6. David Luiz back at Chelsea

    It would be strange as currently they are a rival in the league, yet think it might happen. Christensen's rise has meant we have one too many in central defence added to potential rumours of a rift between Conte and Luiz.
  7. Cesc Fabregas

    If that is true should be a good sign indicating that he is a pragmatist rather than an idealist.
  8. Most hated opposition

    Can't really say I hated any teams, certainly disliked the arrogance of Arsenal fans when they were doing well in the 90's. Disliked Millwall too for a while yet suppose that was because in my neighbourhood it was mainly split between us and them.
  9. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    Chelsea score using the flying scissor kick from 1999: http://www.planetfootball.com/nostalgia/gus-poyet-best-ever-goal-gianfranco-zola-kind-stole-show/
  10. World Cup 2018 Qualifiers

    Am I right that only England from the home nations has qualified for Russia? Funnily enough that might help us as when we play them they usually nick a draw or worse.
  11. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    Watched England last night. Thought RLC was unlucky and had done ok until coming off - I see him going to the WC. Tammy A. think this WC is too soon for him. Solanke though no longer one of ours looked talented in the few glimpses we saw. Would be surprised if he is not a big name within a couple of years. Liked our back 3 though no CFC interest. Encouraging to see Southgate blood these youngsters and still not lose to top opposition, will provide much needed competition within the squad. Noticed Willian coming on late as a wide attacker, he looked lively and was having a brief yet interesting battle with Ashley Young.
  12. Ruben Loftus-Cheek

    Good, as we need to see how he reacts against different opposition to see if Germany was a one-off and he is inconsistent. I think he will play well, fingers crossed.
  13. World Cup 2018 Qualifiers

    Haha, just when many punters were saying England were poor. Don't worry Italy you will still have your pasta, your opera, the Colliseum and more Sun than us.
  14. World Cup 2018 Qualifiers

    That's a bit harsh considering we got to see RLC and Tammy Abraham and also came close to winning against Germany. I see this as Southgate using the opportunity with injuries to check on other potential England players. We don't have a huge pool of talent so checking out those untested players on the margins at friendlies seems to make sense to me.
  15. Kerry Dixon.

    See United got two 50:50 penalties, credit to our keeper though!

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