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Blueblur last won the day on December 11 2017

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  1. Blueblur

    That Sterling Incident

    Sigh. This is tedious. The man was white and middle-aged. Fact. And I suggested nothing of the sort. What I will say, is that at Chelsea games, most of our fans fit into that demographic. Anyone can be racist and abusive. Kudos to Sterling for not karate kicking that fan into kingdom come
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    That Sterling Incident

    It's relevant to the Sterling Incident. The man who has lost his job and season ticket fits into the white, middle-aged category. I just thought I'd mention it. Indeed. But because I am a pauper I was sitting right at the back of the MH, restricted view. What a lucky boy I am... Correct. But my GF was more shocked about the abuse on this occasion mainly because of the amount of young children sitting around us, having the air turned blue around them by a bunch of hooligans, who cared not a jot. I'm guilty of it too, though I am going to be more mindful the next time I am at a game.
  3. Blueblur

    That Sterling Incident

    He's had his season ticket taken away too. Good. I took my girlfriend to see her first Chelsea games last season (Norwich and Atleti) and she was disgusted and astounded at the amount of abuse hurled from the stands at footballers. Most of it coming from middle-aged white men sat around us, i might add. I laughed it it off and said something along the lines of 'its part of the game, chill', before calling the ref a c*** about ten times for not booking one of the opposition's players for a nasty fowl on Hazard. In hindsight i'm questioning my response to her. Yes, it is part of the game, but should it be? Abuse, racist or otherwise is unacceptable. And if you're stupid enough to be standing front row, yelling right in a player's face whilst being beamed live around the world on tv, then you had it coming.
  4. Let’s switch back to 3-4-3, bring Moses back in and get some points back. f**k it, Conte used this tactic to great effect, Sarri clearly doesn’t know what team is our best right now. Change something FFS. City will destroy us.
  5. Blueblur

    Any game recommendation?

    Go to Ringneck Creek, in the Lemoyne area of the map to find them. Scout from afar with binoculars and then shoot them with a rifle in the head. If you have dead-eye activated you'll see the red zone on their body- that's where to shoot. Or just do as @ForeverCarefree says and get them with a lasso instead and knife them
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    VAR in 2019/20

    VARs can only be used in four game-changing situations when there is a possibility of a clear error: for goals, penalties, red cards and cases of mistaken identity. The VAR can advise the referee of an error and the referee can also consult replays himself on a pitch-side monitor.
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    Maurizio Sarri Officially Appointed

    BREAKING: VAR is to be used in the PL next season. Whether that will help or hinder us, time will tell. I wonder if Sarri will adjust our tactics as a result...?
  8. Blueblur

    Joe Cole retires

    Brilliant player. I used to have his name on the back of my Chelsea and England shirts. Such a talent and joy to watch. That goal against United was great to watch, I remember I was at uni at the time, in a pub with a load of Untied fans and I went mental when he scored. They all left of course. Not to mention that goal against Sweden. Again, I was surrounded by opposition fans when it went in - on holiday in NYC, watching the game in the United Nations building where my cousin worked- celebrated wildly in front of those Swede bastards.
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    Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2018/2019

    I've been waiting for this to happen for a couple of weeks now, their form is shocking. But I suppose the international break is a better time to do it, regarding planning. Ranieri will keep them up. Like you said, he has experience of improving teams and has loads of prem experience, title winner and all! I wonder if Huddersfield will follow suit and get rid of Wagner...though perhaps not. Fulham spent a bucketload this summer and are expected to stay up, whereas Huddersfield are almost certainly going down
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    Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2018/2019

    In other news, Sturridge being charged by the FA with gambling offences: https://www.theguardian.com/football/2018/nov/12/daniel-sturridge-betting I suppose he has to be doing something when injured most of the time. Naughty boy.
  11. Blueblur

    Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2018/2019

    Ahahahahahahaaaaaaaa
  12. Blueblur

    Any game recommendation?

    ^ @RIP Mourinho hahaha I don't think so. Back to Red Dead, check out this sad story about a guy losing his horse. I'm terrified it will happen to me at one point in-game. I love my horse.
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    Any game recommendation?

    Single player games are challenging enough. The problem with online games for me is having to rely on having a good internet connection. Getting booted out of games, 'elastic-banding', waiting rooms, it's all stuff I don't have time for. Not to mention the age of the twats who play games such as COD etc. #SavePlayer1
  14. Blueblur

    Any game recommendation?

    I manual save because I like the sense of control and reassurance that gives me. I can never see when the damn game autosaves, so I don't trust it.
  15. Blueblur

    Any game recommendation?

    Black Flag is a smashing AC game- mainly because it has nothing to do with AC and you're just a pirate, boarding ships, fighting and swashbuckling, hopping from Nassau to Kingston, coves to islands. Enjoy!

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