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said it in his post match man of the match interview...that he'd won us two titles and fans should appreciate what he did for us...to be honest I still don't have anything against gallas and wish he was still in our back four...still smiled when I heard the chants though

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He could've become a Chelsea legend had he kept his mouth shut and stayed with us. I still appreciate what he did for us, though. Drogba is right, Gallas was one of the most important players during those two glorious seasons. happy0034.gif

I can't ever hate the lad, but I don't like to see him as the captain of Le Arse.

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drogba urges fans to show gallas more respect

Ex players getting abuse is part and parcel of football.

But is he talking about the same Gallas that threatened to score an own goal against us ?

Sorry, Didier he might be your mate but he aint gonna get any respect from me.

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drogba urges fans to show gallas more respect

Ex players getting abuse is part and parcel of football.

But is he talking about the same Gallas that threatened to score an own goal against us ?

Sorry, Didier he might be your mate but he aint gonna get any respect from me.

was it ever proved that he said that?...the club claimed he said it, but were they just trying to justify a controversial decision to sell him...i'm not sure i'd trust anything kenyon and co says

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I'm not sure. What I do know is that he threw his toys out of the pram at being played out of position, at right back, but never, ever said a dicky bird when Wenger instructed him to play the exact same position.

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was it ever proved that he said that?...the club claimed he said it, but were they just trying to justify a controversial decision to sell him...i'm not sure i'd trust anything kenyon and co says

well i would've thought the club would never have released the statement in the manner they did if there wasn't some truth to the story.

Gallas is a tosser. End of.

He deserved booing for the haircut alone.

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Alternatively, Didier is showing how smart he is....

Give someone abuse and its likely to make them try harder (if they are A type personalities), he's rather Gallas was not trying harder!

How many lower level teams have won in part because they raised their games against the top teams...?

Barnsley? Tottenham? icon_lol.gif

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was it ever proved that he said that?...the club claimed he said it, but were they just trying to justify a controversial decision to sell him...i'm not sure i'd trust anything kenyon and co says

well i would've thought the club would never have released the statement in the manner they did if there wasn't some truth to the story.

Gallas is a tosser. End of.

He deserved booing for the haircut alone.

Totally agree. Gallas is a total c*t and deserves all the abuse he gets- not that it bothers him one bit though. However, losing against us and realising that he made the wrong move, as he's won f**k all since, most certainly does! 541.gif

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He did get a lot of abuse. I thought it was a bit unnecessary. I know he left in bitter circumstances but he was a great player for us for 5 years.

Are you serious? Or is it your new moderator role that obliges you to be the voice of reason?

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said it in his post match man of the match interview...that he'd won us two titles and fans should appreciate what he did for us...

Oh that's cute. Now f*ck off Didier, and let us fans decide for ourselves, while you score some winning goals. ChElSea.gif

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said it in his post match man of the match interview...that he'd won us two titles and fans should appreciate what he did for us...

Oh that's cute. Now f*ck off Didier, and let us fans decide for ourselves, while you score some winning goals. ChElSea.gif

Probably said that cos he knows he's about to "do a Gallas" and wants us to show him the same respect after he leaves in the summer. As you say, how dare he tell the fans how they should treat Gallas..

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He did get a lot of abuse. I thought it was a bit unnecessary. I know he left in bitter circumstances but he was a great player for us for 5 years.

Are you serious? Or is it your new moderator role that obliges you to be the voice of reason?

Sorry. Didn't realise being a mod meant I wasn't allowed an opinion.

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He did get a lot of abuse. I thought it was a bit unnecessary. I know he left in bitter circumstances but he was a great player for us for 5 years.

Are you serious? Or is it your new moderator role that obliges you to be the voice of reason?

No, I'm voice of reason ! nono.gif

.......Bitch

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He's had a history of throwing his toys out the pram when he wants to leave. He did the same when he joined us, leaving Marseilles was it?

Anyway, he is a great player, but totally self centred. What he did for us, I will appreciate forever, but he's now an arse player so f*ck him!

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Well I guess I'm in the minority that felt Drogba showed some class to say that when perhaps it may be unpopular with fans that he was seen to be sticking up for Gallas.

He showed some human compassion for someone who was a fellow colleague of his once and I presume was having pretty foul things said about him.

On a day when Alan Green said that he had seen a sign going up the motorway to the Man Utd game which said "ninety six not enough" in reference to Hillsborough, well I actually thought Drogba's statement about having some respect for Gallas was a reflection of some basic human decency.

After hearing bout Loz's experience today, we could do with a bit more of that in the world no matter what the underling motives may have been in Drogba's case and whether the person being spoken about is someone we like or not.

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