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We want it more than them.

We have better players than they do.

We owe them.

They don't have that special atmosphere for the second leg.

John Terry

They're a bunch of scum

I know Liverpool (not just benitez but the whole club) put everything into this one competition each year, but we're a team that has played together, that know's each other and that has succeeded and failed together. That makes us a bloody strong unit to face the scum. I know they've put us out before, but surely that gives us the advantage - not only is it about the Champions league, but it's about revenge. A big thing this year is that the famous anfield roar will have to see them home and dry because it's the Bridge in the second leg this time.

Avram may have finally found some balls. And if he hasn't the players will do it without him like they have already this season.

WE ARE THE FAMOUS THE FAMOUS CHELSEA......................

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Why we WILL beat Liverpool ?

Because were better than them !

The league doesnt lie...

2003 - 3 points better than them.

2004 - 19 points better than them.

2005 - 37 points better than them.

2006 - 9 points better than them.

2007 - 15 points better than them.

2008 - 12+ points better than them.

Weve scored 95 points more than them over the last 6 seasons.

Equates to 31 league wins (and 2 draws) more than them in 6 years.

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I'm not nervous...yet. Not sure why, though. Maybe it's because I've got a feeling that the first leg will not decide anything. I hope I'm right and there will be all to play for in the second leg. Ofcourse I wouldn't mind if we totally thrashed them at Anfield, but I don't feel too confident about our attacking play at the moment. If our attacking players keep struggling, hopefully the defence will do their job and keep it tight.

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For some reason I'm more relaxed than usual about the semi. That may change of course but I think a lot of that is down to my expectations this season. After our capitulations in other cup competitions I'm more realistic going into this one. In previous seasons I felt really confident that we could beat Liverpool and so was devastated when we didn't.

This season I'm much less confident in our ability to beat Liverpool and it will be less surprising to me if we once again go out in the semi. But as a Chelsea supporter over the last 4 decades the one thing I know is that Chelsea tend to pull these results out of the bag when you least expect it. So for that reason alone I've got a feeling that this will be our time. I have a feeling we may well need a rub of the green to do it but I doubt any of us would care how we do it.

Can we win the whole thing? That is another matter. I won't even think about that for now.

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after all the crap thats been written on here and elsewhere lately, its nice to have positve thread without any Avram bashing etc...

...still bloody nervous tho', Liverfool games always get me that way, just cannot abide the scallies !

C'mon you Blueboys ::Scalf::

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For some reason I'm more relaxed than usual about the semi. That may change of course but I think a lot of that is down to my expectations this season. After our capitulations in other cup competitions I'm more realistic going into this one. In previous seasons I felt really confident that we could beat Liverpool and so was devastated when we didn't.

This season I'm much less confident in our ability to beat Liverpool and it will be less surprising to me if we once again go out in the semi. But as a Chelsea supporter over the last 4 decades the one thing I know is that Chelsea tend to pull these results out of the bag when you least expect it. So for that reason alone I've got a feeling that this will be our time. I have a feeling we may well need a rub of the green to do it but I doubt any of us would care how we do it.

Can we win the whole thing? That is another matter. I won't even think about that for now.

I feel the same way, me hopes under Grant are not that high, because I simply don't really rate him as a great manager. That said, I think that the fact he actually does not seem that clued up could ironically trip up Benitez - used to going tactical head to tactical head with Mourinho - he now faces Grant.

And since I never know from one minute to the next what the hell he's thinking what hope as Benitez bloody got?

That, and the critical fact that the second leg is at home, we have never had that before and I think it will really count for us. This is just the first leg - nothing should be decided tomorrow - I'll be much more nervous obviously in a week's time.

I really don't care how we win it either, by a fluke goal, lucky penalty - whatever - as long as we finally defeat this hoodoo and inflict some further misery on the scouse brigade and also remove that cushion of comfort Benitez always manages to secure for himself come this time of year by doing well in this competition. He fails and there is yet again nothing to show for his endless rotations in the league.

This team can still dig it out when they need to, despite the fact that we have hardly been playing stellar football.

A close game tomorrow a 1-0 or 1-1 or 0-0.

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[quote name="callistaThat' date=' and the critical fact that the second leg is at home, we have never had that before and I think it will really count for us. This is just the first leg - nothing should be decided tomorrow - I'll be much more nervous obviously in a week's time.

I really don't care how we win it either, by a fluke goal, lucky penalty - whatever - as long as we finally defeat this hoodoo and inflict some further misery on the scouse brigade and also remove that cushion of comfort Benitez always manages to secure for himself come this time of year by doing well in this competition. He fails and there is yet again nothing to show for his endless rotations in the league.

This team can still dig it out when they need to, despite the fact that we have hardly been playing stellar football.

A close game tomorrow a 1-0 or 1-1 or 0-0.[/quote]

Yep agree...........A repeat of the league score at Anfield will do me fine though i dont think 0-0 will be good enough we need to get a goal........It'll be wonderful if we can put it to bed at theirs though!!! happy0034.gif

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