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Protests this morning outside the training ground by a small number of idiots , 'Carlo out' , im sure that really inspires the man and gives him confidence , jesus these are the same f**kers who probably worshipped the man last May .

Well done lads.

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Are you f**king serious? Im ashamed to hear it. Probably the same idiots who are booing because we arent up by 3 after 25 minutes.

Wish people like that could be put on a list to be named and shamed. Hopefully the players see it and use it as motivation to stuff Ipswich.

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Probably scousers.

If their next step is a coordinated bombard the media with emails campaign, or sending death threats to sponsors and board members, then we will have our answer.

Seriously, is anyone else down there in support of Carlo?

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"Abramovich out"?

These people aren't Chelsea fans. Please don't associate them with us.

I would like to think of myself as a proper fan, and one with a brain at that, I choose my words carefully here, I would prefer to see the club owned by someone who was a.) a Chelsea fan b.) knew something about football

Who sacked Mourinho after all?

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I would like to think of myself as a proper fan, and one with a brain at that, I choose my words carefully here, I would prefer to see the club owned by someone who was a.) a Chelsea fan b.) knew something about football

Who sacked Mourinho after all?

I will leave it to Hutch, DKW or Westway,BJD to point out how wrong you are on so many levels with the above comments ......................................

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@Zolaslovechild

(1) Mourinho wasn't sacked- mutual consent.

(2) What does it matter who the owner supports, Ken Bates was a QPR fan. Roman obviously does care for us, otherwise he wouldn't have put in the bucketloads of money

(1) Mutual consent sounds suspiciously like buzzwords to me, 'jumped before pushed' spring to mind

(2) I don't doubt he cares, but he doesn't care the way you or I care, he wants to be a mini me of Berlusconi at Milan, in fact I wouldn't be surprised, if after another 2 or 3 disastrous coaching appointments if he doesn't unveil himself as manger, it seems he thinks this is rich mans football manager

Let's see how much he cares during the transfer window, it's buy or bust time

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Only just saw those pics , made me think this is not Chelsea fans , a set up i reakon to add to the pressure .

Didn't see this when I added my last post. Totally agree, we know how low these worms can go!

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When relegation loomed, you had the shed full of singing voices proud no matter what. When financial calamity loomed, you had people collecting money in buckets for "save the bridge" campaigns. These things were before my time, but I at least have the sense to know when times or bad vs. when times are really, actually bad. Who are these people?

I dont mean to act like some kind of hard man, but is nobody there annoyed enough to go and tear these things down?

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I would like to think of myself as a proper fan, and one with a brain at that, I choose my words carefully here, I would prefer to see the club owned by someone who was a.) a Chelsea fan b.) knew something about football

Who sacked Mourinho after all?

I would prefer we werent owned by a Chelsea fan, a fan simply wouldnt be able to make decisions without being able to emotionally distance themselves. What does an owner knowing about football gain us? I would prefer an owner who admits to a lack of knowledge and surrounds himself with those that do know, and the best of those if possible. And those pictures are an obvious set up, pathetic work.

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But the Italian insists the solo protest would have been far worse in his homeland. And Ancelotti was gobsmacked there were not more fans after him!

He said: "There was only one? If it's only one, there's no problem!

"Here, you saw outside just one person who is not happy.

"In Italy, it's different. You can find outside the training ground 1,000 people not happy.

"It's difficult to fight with 1,000. With one, you can manage."

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I would like to think of myself as a proper fan, and one with a brain at that, I choose my words carefully here, I would prefer to see the club owned by someone who was a.) a Chelsea fan b.) knew something about football

Who sacked Mourinho after all?

I'd like to think of you as an absolute moron. Pi55 off .

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