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hope this is left on its won topic.................

tomorrow night we should support carlo and only shout for jose after we have beaten em........................

we should do everything possible to win this match and not give inter any edge at all

so come on chelsea fans CARLO, CARLO, CARLO!

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I'm really hoping that "Jose Mourinho" isn't sung during the match. Before, and after (when we win) is fine, but during the match we have to remember on who's side he is on, and it will be a slap in the face to our player and our manager who are trying to defeat that same person.

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carlo has done nothing to warrant a chant yet...that will have to wait untill the end of the season at least - it depends what we achieve...jose should get big acclaim before the start, but that's it

so only get behind him when we've won something yeah?

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so only get behind him when we've won something yeah?

basically, yes - that doesn't mean i'm not 'getting behind the team' though does it? carlo hasn't done anything yet to warrant any acclaim (or abuse either) the jury is still out...i'm clearly not alone because no-one has sung his name at a game yet

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Carlo, Carlo, Carol, Carlo.

I think we are gonna cover some old ground soon mate..

Carlo was soundly tactically beaten this time but Mourinho used some tactics that could only work for him against Chelsea apart from the obvious ones in the game.

He was in the tunnel lounging around softening them up..all the news of the game has been focussed on him and his tactic of getting his defenders to hang on to Drogba done the trick as well.

We all know he uses mind games better than anyone but our players are like a captive audience at a hypnotists show, they believed in him and he done everything to make them believe they couldn't beat him.

Fans don't hurt his cause by never letting go of his memeory and getting fully behind one of the many managers trying to take his place and even though Ancellotti is trying to do it without even yet bringing any players in he is already being unfavourably compared to Mourinho.

I will admit Ancellotti made subs I didn't understand and I can't see why Anelka stayed on, Joe came on and done nothing but if he hadn't of brought him on he would have been wronng for that to a lot on here.

I don't think we have any body capable of coming on and changing a game against a well drilled side like Inter and with the refs decisions going against us I could understand the players heads dropping.

There was a stage where we looked like we would score and some last ditch defending and some timely fouls kept them in it, once the clock started ticking I think Carlo panicked a bit and brought on Joe, although Ballack had seemed to do little it certainly opened up for them when he went off.

I think Carlo was found wanting tonight but I think Mourinho had got in the players heads and that and the fact that we just don't have a player that can really turn a game and do something special cost us.

Mourinho was superb for Inter and I'll admit that but I would like to see the two managers go head to head once Carlo has bought some players he wants and let go of some who are looking past it.

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had no problem with joe coming on, especially for the passenger in midfield that was herr ballack...everyone will say joe made little impact and they are right in saying so...however, there were mitigating circumstances, namely that we just bypassed midfield time and time again and hoofed the ball aimlessly to drogba, who had been well controlled by luico and samuel in both legs...joe made little impact because he barely got the ball, as did few of our other creative players, not that we have that many these days...inter gave their most creative player, sneijder, the ball as much as possible...we just gave possession away constantly

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I think we are gonna cover some old ground soon mate..

Carlo was soundly tactically beaten this time but Mourinho used some tactics that could only work for him against Chelsea apart from the obvious ones in the game.

He was in the tunnel lounging around softening them up..all the news of the game has been focussed on him and his tactic of getting his defenders to hang on to Drogba done the trick as well.

We all know he uses mind games better than anyone but our players are like a captive audience at a hypnotists show, they believed in him and he done everything to make them believe they couldn't beat him.

Fans don't hurt his cause by never letting go of his memeory and getting fully behind one of the many managers trying to take his place and even though Ancellotti is trying to do it without even yet bringing any players in he is already being unfavourably compared to Mourinho.

I will admit Ancellotti made subs I didn't understand and I can't see why Anelka stayed on, Joe came on and done nothing but if he hadn't of brought him on he would have been wronng for that to a lot on here.

I don't think we have any body capable of coming on and changing a game against a well drilled side like Inter and with the refs decisions going against us I could understand the players heads dropping.

There was a stage where we looked like we would score and some last ditch defending and some timely fouls kept them in it, once the clock started ticking I think Carlo panicked a bit and brought on Joe, although Ballack had seemed to do little it certainly opened up for them when he went off.

I think Carlo was found wanting tonight but I think Mourinho had got in the players heads and that and the fact that we just don't have a player that can really turn a game and do something special cost us.

Mourinho was superb for Inter and I'll admit that but I would like to see the two managers go head to head once Carlo has bought some players he wants and let go of some who are looking past it.

Think Jose successfully getting in the head of the entire club was the biggest reason for the result tonight. Only at the end of the first half we looked like scoring. There was a good shot of Drogba's face, which showed complete concentration at that time, but this spell was short.

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had no problem with joe coming on, especially for the passenger in midfield that was herr ballack...everyone will say joe made little impact and they are right in saying so...however, there were mitigating circumstances, namely that we just bypassed midfield time and time again and hoofed the ball aimlessly to drogba, who had been well controlled by luico and samuel in both legs...joe made little impact because he barely got the ball, as did few of our other creative players, not that we have that many these days...inter gave their most creative player, sneijder, the ball as much as possible...we just gave possession away constantly

Agreed.

Joe did next to nothing when he came on. But he spent the majority of the 30 minutes or so he was on in his own half tracking back. What's the point of that? Might as well just kept Ballack on to do that. He's had very little playing time in the last few months and is expected to come on with 30 minutes to go and change the game?

What they picked up on on the radio last night when we were driving home after the game, was how Mourinho was constantly talking to his players. Up and down, communicating with them and letting the subs know what he expected of them. Carlo stood there with his hands in his pockets. When Joe went on, he didn't even speak to him. The result? Joe went on and looked like a little boy lost. Not that he was alone in that.

Bad night for us and Ancelotti.

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What they picked up on on the radio last night when we were driving home after the game, was how Mourinho was constantly talking to his players. Up and down, communicating with them and letting the subs know what he expected of them. Carlo stood there with his hands in his pockets. When Joe went on, he didn't even speak to him. The result? Joe went on and looked like a little boy lost. Not that he was alone in that.

Despite of being thrown out of CL, thats what worries me the most.

Too passive, no passion, no effort to change, to do something.

I really hope, that they will learn something from it.

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Despite of being thrown out of CL, thats what worries me the most.

Too passive, no passion, no effort to change, to do something.

I really hope, that they will learn something from it.

Thats not how he is, though, and thats not how he has ever been. He's a very cool customer and its done him pretty well at Milan

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the thing is with JM is that he was the the first manager at the bridge that would say 'sit down shut up' to EVERYONE..he pulled the shots at the bridge,,i mean everyone sung joey coles name before he came on (happens quite a lot) and guess what ...he put joey on...but we needed kalou...very sentimental and all that cos he's 'chels' but was the wrong person to change the game...peer pressure?

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