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Jezz

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    1955-2005-2006-2010-2015 2017
  • Birthday May 16

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    Melbourne, Australia
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    Football (Chelsea), Aussie Rules (Collingwood), Socialising and Politics.

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  1. Bargain deal for Bayern Munich. Always rated Sane, but questions will linger as to how he returns from a serious ACL injury.
  2. 4 down, 6 to go. Everton (H) = Won Aston Villa (A) = Won Manchester City (H) = Won West Ham United (A) = Loss Watford (H) Crystal Palace (A) Sheffield United (A) Norwich City (H) Liverpool (A) Wolves (H) Ladder: 3. Leicester City = 55 (+29) - Next match is Crystal Palace at home 4. Chelsea = 54 (+13) - Next match is Watford at home 5. Manchester United = 52 (+20) - Next match is Bournemouth at home 6. Wolves = 52 (+11) - Next match is Arsenal at home A real shame we lost to West Ham twice this season and wasted an opportunity to be sitting in 3rd spot today.
  3. Hernan Crespo speaking highly of Frank. Still love Crespo after all these years. Another great manager fighting in the top half of the Premier League table is his old Blues team-mate Lampard, who is in the hunt for a top-four finish in his first season in charge. 'Frankie now as the manager of Chelsea – I think it's beautiful,' Crespo admits. 'Chelsea now have a good mix of experienced and young players. I think they have started to build something different than before. They spent a lot of money on building young players in their academy, who now have the opportunity to play. I think it's the vision of the club now – to try and have young players in the first XI. 'As well as Frank, John Terry showed great leadership inside the changing room. Both were great leaders and it doesn't surprise me now they are both coaches.' Although Crespo didn't play in England for long, only featuring in two campaigns for the Blues before heading back to Italy until the conclusion of his career, he still has fond memories of life at the Bridge. During his time at the club, he won the Premier League in 2005-06 and also picked up the Community Shield. 'I was very comfortable in Italy and it was my dream to play in Serie A, but when I had the chance to join the Premier League I said, "wow" and for Chelsea, "wow". 'I remember Luca Vialli and Ruud Gullit playing for them and I thought that Chelsea would be a great opportunity for me,' he adds. 'When I joined Chelsea, my experience was unbelievable. 'The way English people understand football and live football is incredible. It's not completely different from Argentina, where the atmosphere in the stadiums is also amazing.' https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-8459395/Crespo-Ancelotti-mentor-beautiful-Chelsea-succeed-Lampard.html
  4. Crystal Palace! Eat your heart out!
  5. United always kill us on the counter attack. Frank has to find a way to get around it, as they've done it to us three times this season. We used to match up better against them when Ferguson was manager, but they've caused us big issues in recent years.
  6. Subs made a huge difference. Good to see Frank being proactive once he saw things were not working in the first half.
  7. Five consecutive wins in all competitions. Our best run since October. Well done to Frank for getting us a SF spot in the FA Cup final after wins against Liverpool and Leicester City, both fellow top 4 teams in the league.
  8. Considering how poorly we started, it's remarkable we kept a clean sheet.
  9. Well done boys. Through to the SF. Five consecutive wins in all competitions. Our best run since October.
  10. Appears CP has picked up a slight knock. Frank took the cautious approach in subbing him off.
  11. Third FA Cup goal for Ross this season. Turning into a FA Cup goal specialist.

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