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Petr Cech - to stop having to wear that stupid bloody skull cap. It's only since he started wearing the thing that mistakes have crept into his game

Jose Bosingwa - the ability to realise he doesn't always have to take on a player and can opt for the simple pass occasionally.

Ashley Cole - that he hand his delightful wife over to me

Mikel - a new hairstyle - man that current one sucks. Oh and a signed photo from Liam

JT - no more back problems. Oh and a night out with Gem

Ricky Carvalho - as per Mikel - man your hair sucks

Alex - more games

Ivanovic - more games

Joe Cole - a girlfriend with a brain. Two airheads together are dangerous.

Frank Lampard - The recognition he deserves from the British press and public and for them to realise Stevie 'butter wouldn't melt even though I've been arrested' Ger 'National Traitor' rard doesn't actually offer a team anymore than Frank does.

Nicolas Anelka - acceptance from his own fans

Didier Drogba - a busker's cap so he can collect loose change from the pitch

Michael Ballack - a return to last seasons form

Kalou - a pair of boots to help him shoot more accurately

Malouda - a one way ticket out of the club

Paolo Ferreira - a pair of tartan zip up booties to keep his tootsies warm when he's sitting on the bench

Wayne Bridge - anything he wants, he'll always be a legend for scoring 'that goal'

Belletti - more games

Michael Essien - a full return to fitness

Di Santo - a goal

Miroslav Stoch - a starting booth against Southend

Scott Sinclair - a chance

Gael Kakuta - to be a couple of years older

Carlo - a night with Val

Hilario - praise from the bloke who sits next to me at the Bridge

Deco - not to wear Ray Wilkins 'must kick the ball sideways boots' anymore

Scolari - support from Mr ABramovich

Pete Kenyon - a one to one in a locked room with Star

The home fans - the same spirit shown by the away fans

All of you - a highly successful and healthy 2009

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Petr Cech - to stop having to wear that stupid bloody skull cap. It's only since he started wearing the thing that mistakes have crept into his game

Jose Bosingwa - the ability to realise he doesn't always have to take on a player and can opt for the simple pass occasionally.

Ashley Cole - that he hand his delightful wife over to me

Mikel - a new hairstyle - man that current one sucks. Oh and a signed photo from Liam

JT - no more back problems. Oh and a night out with Gem

Ricky Carvalho - as per Mikel - man your hair sucks

Alex - more games

Ivanovic - more games

Joe Cole - a girlfriend with a brain. Two airheads together are dangerous.

Frank Lampard - The recognition he deserves from the British press and public and for them to realise Stevie 'butter wouldn't melt even though I've been arrested' Ger 'National Traitor' rard doesn't actually offer a team anymore than Frank does.

Nicolas Anelka - acceptance from his own fans

Didier Drogba - a busker's cap so he can collect loose change from the pitch

Michael Ballack - a return to last seasons form

Kalou - a pair of boots to help him shoot more accurately

Malouda - a one way ticket out of the club

Paolo Ferreira - a pair of tartan zip up booties to keep his tootsies warm when he's sitting on the bench

Wayne Bridge - anything he wants, he'll always be a legend for scoring 'that goal'

Belletti - more games

Michael Essien - a full return to fitness

Di Santo - a goal

Miroslav Stoch - a starting booth against Southend

Scott Sinclair - a chance

Gael Kakuta - to be a couple of years older

Carlo - a night with Val

Hilario - praise from the bloke who sits next to me at the Bridge

Deco - not to wear Ray Wilkins 'must kick the ball sideways boots' anymore

Scolari - support from Mr ABramovich

Pete Kenyon - a one to one in a locked room with Star

The home fans - the same spirit shown by the away fans

All of you - a highly successful and healthy 2009

Great list Geezer. You're in top form. Too bad, we can't say that about our club at the moment.

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The home fans - the same spirit shown by the away fans

Whilst a lot of what Geezer posted is funny and joking that one stands out.

How about we changed it to :

The home fans - Spirit. Some spirit. Any spirit.

In general aways fans will always outsing home fans , but we dont even seem to try anymore. On Boxing day the bloke next to me had turkey sandwiches in his lunchbox and the Daily Mail under his arm. His son spent the whole game on the PSP and asked when they were going home about 5 times. Now admittedly i was in the family section (with my Godson at SB for the first time) and so i wasnt expecting it to be like the members benches in 1985 however its just typical of what has happened to our fanbase. I find it amazing that people come to watch us but yet seem to have something else to do as well! Ive seen it a fair few times now.

Are away teams scared of being intimidated by the home fans ? Do refs get so scared of the crowd they give into the roar and make questionable decisions (something that happens against us all the time) Are they f**k!

Sod new players and trophies.On top of anything i would like a bit of atmosphere and heart and soul to return to our club in 09. However i think there is more chance of Mikel scoring a 30 yarder.

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