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  1. 17 points
    Forget formation, forget style, forget Sarri ball, that was won by commitment. End of.
  2. 14 points

    Welcome Ross Barkley

    Socialising with Dele Alli, that's disgusting. Three match ban, if Sarri has any sense!
  3. 13 points
    It seems the reports of our demise were premature then, good job our players and manager have bigger balls than a lot of our fans who gave up on the team.
  4. 12 points
    I love Lamps at the end 'When you think you've played well and you get beaten 4-2, that's when I'd be upset'
  5. 11 points
    You can pick a combined Chelsea/Tottenham XI here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/46210713 Here's mine:
  6. 11 points
    Oh man I realy do hope we turn up for this one
  7. 10 points
    Heartless w**kers. No f**king bottle at all
  8. 10 points

    Maurizio Sarri Officially Appointed

    How about now?
  9. 10 points
    Kepa giving the ball away to boost his saves stats
  10. 10 points
    Am I the only one here who see’s his comments as a bit tongue in cheek?
  11. 10 points
    I want to see Dele Alli cry
  12. 9 points
  13. 9 points
    Chelsea, bloody hell. How many times has this club stared into the abyss since the turn of the decade only to turn up something truly special? Just an utterly magnificent result against a side that has steamrolled almost everything in its wake. As for Sarri, he's shown, even if it is for just this one evening, that he's no Scolari and that he does have a Plan B when things aren't working. The players took a little while to grow into the false 9 but by the end of the second half were executing it magnificently and actually got more shots on target than City.
  14. 9 points

    Maurizio Sarri Officially Appointed

    It has been commented on a bit but what I hope is that Sarri doesn't continue to be too stubborn, as it could well end up costing him his job. I am all for a coach sticking to his principals and it is still relatively early days, but the signs are when thinks don't work, he is struggling to find a solution. Now a lot of that is down to shockingly poor striker options and that will HAVE to be addressed. But what always get's me and has done with a whole procession of coaches we've gone through down the years, is how they will all ignore possible a alternative in risking a younger, untried player and continue to go with the tried & tested, same old, same old. I know as soon as a few bad results come folk shout "Play the Youth" and I am one of the worse culprits. But it does forever frustrate me that other sides are at least giving their young prospects a chance when we don't. I can recall back in the day having debates with @Chippy (whatever happened to you fella?). When performances & results went tits up, I would clamour for the youth whereas Chippy (and others) would argue the coach see's the players day in, day out in training and we have to accept his decisions. But look at some of the youngsters who have forced their way in to other PL Teams and are doing well - Alexander-Arnold & Gomez at Liverpool (although Solanke is probably regretting his move to Dipperland). Declan Rice at West Ham, Brooks at Bournemouth and a real choker last night seeing Wolves play Gibbs-White and him have a decent game. If we were looking as good as City, I could accept it. Foden has got some game time for them this season but it is going to be hard with the amount of talent ahead of him. So I just hope that if we do continue to drop points, Sarri will try alternatives and shake things up a bit. Guadiola has gone on record as saying even the very best (untouchables) still need to know their place isn't guranteed and there is always competition for places, otherwise players play withinin themselves and get too comfortable and unfortunately, a number of our players look that way just now.
  15. 9 points

    Alvaro Morata

    This is my cycle of Morata's time since he joined us........... Hmm, it's a lot of money and although I don't know huge amounts about him I've heard he's decent so I'm quite excited about this. Yeah, he could be what we've been looking for. Little rusty but once he gets a few more games under his belt, think we've got a good striker here. Hmmm, not so sure, maybe give Batshuayi a run for a few games Quality today, great header, think he's finding his feet now. At this rate think he could be better than Harry Kane Disappointing today. Needs to stay on his feet. Rightly subbed. Took his chance well. He's a confidence player. Think he's coming good now. Rubbish. Why isn't Giroud starting ahead of him? OH FFS! LEARN TO STAY ON YOUR FEET AND STAY ONSIDE YOU USELESS C**T! (Does have nice hair though)
  16. 9 points
    How can any Chelsea fan say something like this after losing to Tottenham? If anything, meltdowns today should be acceptable. You never want to see you side embarrassed by your most bitter rivals, and it's now happened to us twice in a row. The last thing us Chelsea fans should be saying is "so what". We should be bitter about the defeat, we should be angry and we should be looking for reasons why we lost in the manner that we did. Our approach to the game from the first minute was off and that is something that should never happen against Tottenham. If the fans are saying so what after that defeat, it's not surprising that our own players can't find the motivation to actually get into a game until 20-25 minutes are played.
  17. 8 points
  18. 8 points
    Come on, you don't honestly believe teams just roll over for some teams but up their game against us? Really? Nothing to do with the others sides being better than us and causing them more problems whereas they feel they can get something against us? Conspiracy...................................
  19. 8 points
    Ewell CFC

    Vintage Blues pictures and film

    Thought I’d get the Xmas tree up!
  20. 8 points
    Isn't this exactly the piss-poor attitude we have all been moaning about from other teams when they play City?
  21. 8 points

    César 'Dave' Azpilicueta

    Excellent news, he's signed a new four-year deal: https://www.chelseafc.com/en/news/2018/12/4/new-azpilicueta-contract-announced I absolutely love the guy, he's a true professional, loves the club, and is a hugely capable player; I hope he retires with us. We've been enormously lucky with the quality of some of our right-backs over the past couple of decades - Azpilicueta is more than worthy of that canon.
  22. 8 points
    RIP Mourinho

    Marcos Alonso

    Like the opposition fans care about the poor girl that died in the slightest. Just an excuse to have a dig at one of our players. Poor form from the fans.
  23. 8 points

    Maurizio Sarri Officially Appointed

    from a club that wins nothing into a club that wins nothing
  24. 8 points

    David Luiz back at Chelsea

    Brave Dave Luiz ran away. Bravely ran away away. When danger reared its ugly head, He bravely turned his tail and fled. Yes, brave Dave Luiz turned about And gallantly he chickened out. Bravely taking to his feet, He beat a very brave retreat. Bravest of the brave, Dave Luiz!
  25. 8 points
    Don't worry about it, Dixon is the guy at the classical concert shouting that the conductor is just some pointless f**ker waving his arms around.