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Carloseyebrow last won the day on February 5 2013

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  1. Just can't see Sarri lasting long term. Gutted for Warnock 😉 Up the Chels.
  2. Went with Rudiger, could have been Kante who was immense. RLC could have got it for that bit of skill alone.
  3. I turned it off the second Sterling scored so seen nothing if the after. Did they make any mention of the offside called against Hazard ? My initial thing was it should have been let on and checked after ? Like was done against us ? I know it makes no difference and probably got no mileage because of the Kepa lad.
  4. Expected nothing and was delighted with the second half in particular. Kepa thinks he is better than he really is, not sure how it will play out for him but it makes us look like toby's. At least we didn't get battered again.
  5. Not so sure Sarri has made us weak, but inside 10 minutes, gospel, I was thinking imagine if we had Ballack or Essien in there clattering a few of them.
  6. Rudiger, he looked like the only one who gave a sh*t today.
  7. I remember being pretty horrified when Forest done us by 7 , this is right up there with that. Not sure what else to say, Haven't been on for a while but christ we are way off. Too many squad players who are in our starting 11. Hazard will f**k off, and rightly so, time to give Ruben, and Odoi a shot. Drop Alonso, Jorginho, play Kante where he should be. Alonso has been shocking and today just passing a player on for the 1st goal is so lazy and far too comfortable for him to do. Bollocks to it anyway.
  8. Been a long time since I was last on here, but felt compelled to come and pay respect to a true Chelsea man. I loved his humility and class when he was with us, always made me feel great when he spoke. His passing has reminded people of what a true great of the game he was, but much more importantly is the respect and revere he was held in for just being a good bloke. An aspiration many could do with adopting. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h'anam
  9. Oh my what a mad few months. So it looks like he is going to Manchester and to be honest I don't really give a monkey's. I will enjoy listening to all the Utd fans now backtracking on their comments for the last ten years about Jose being the enemy of football and now being the Messiah. I will wish him well but not professionally, at this stage I'm more interested in our new governor and Chelsea Football Club.
  10. I find it amazing that JT is so reviled not only by oppositions fans but by sections of the media. He maybe no angel but in the greater picture it's pitiful enough, the high horse brigade might want to look after their own houses first. Can't wait to watch the highlights this evening on the BBC and see what they have to say.
  11. Not saying that at all, but the vitriol aimed at him is f**king desperate. It didn't work out, he's gone leave it at that. We're better than that.
  12. Am I glad he's gone ? Absolutely. Am I glad it didn't work out ? Absolutely not. Good luck Nando, I wish you well and thanks. You wore our blue and whilst it didn't work out you were ours and were part of our greatest night.
  13. I might add I've been an ardent supporter of Torres and have hoped that things would change for the better for him, for us. Regardless of the scoreline, the instinct should have been to bury it. He has finally lost any lingering hopes I had for him. f**king sad day for me personally.
  14. Without hesitation or thought, when I seen that I shouted 'get rid of him'.

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