Woke up at 4am and watched MotD. Catching up on yesterday’s games.
Well, what an end to the season! What a finish to the biggest league in the world!
It looked like the mancs would win it, but two injury time goals saw the right team take the trophy. Over the season one has to admit that they should’ve won it, and they rightly did so.
Shame that red-nose knt still had to have a dig at the end – “…they even had 5 minutes injury time to help them…” – if that isn’t the pot calling the kettle black then show me a better example. Where does he think the expression ‘fergie time’ comes from? The fkn hypocrit. He has some serious rebuilding to do for next year, so we’ll see if the thieving owners know that.
The rollercoaster of emotions at the Etihad is what football is all about. How they must’ve felt when the clock shows 90 minutes was the furthest extreme from how they felt just 4 minutes later. Excellent. Well done, City.
The only negative was Bolton beng robbed at the Britannia. A foul for the first goal then ‘daddy long legs the giraffe’ tripped to get Stoke an equalising penalty. Shame, as that lot from the shepherds bush shack didn’t deserve to stay up. The 3 points they took off our 9-men were the difference. Lucky bastards.
Yes, that lot from shepherds bush shack. I wonder if that fan who was so keen to report John Terry after lip-reading what he saw on tv will be as keen to report that crazed mad man, barton, who showed his true colours when elbowing tevez in the face, then kicking dzeko and head-butting lescott. Yes, surely that same guy so keen to report alleged offenses to the police needs to come to the public’s rescue now? May barton rot in hell. I hope they sack the nasty knt.
Arse were also very lucky. the reserve west brom keeper is either incompetant or an ardent gooner. Yes, Fulop the keeper was a flop. Two gifted goals to arse helped them secure 3rd place. Arse’s defending was shit, so wenger has his work cut out close season. And Van Persie is either off, or they’ll be breaking every wage structure rule they’ve ever had to keep him. And need him they do. 30 PL goals says he’s the man.
The shite were a tad unlucky that their win over fulham didn’t get them 3rd place. But ‘arry reckons it was a ‘fantastic season’. Hmmm, but I think the rest of the population may disagree. Back in January he was talking about taking the title. I’d say that they blew it, myself. Most teams around them had their worst season in a decade but they still couldn’t do it. And yesterday Fulham were a better team as well, so they were even helped at the end – and all but for that shite ref & lino at the Britannia they wouldn’t be praying for a munich win next Saturday. They’ll also be looking at a few late goals let in, or maybe just that crap 11-game run with just one solitary win. Maybe they didn’t deserve it. If they lose the elephant washer’s son and modric then they will be in trouble. Without the City player on loan’s goals they’d not have got 4th, either. I’d say ‘arry isn’t all he’s cracked up to be.
It was ‘normal service has resumed’ for the scousers at swansea, then. What a pile of shit they are. King kenny, my arse. May Dalglish reign for ever. It’s only the scousers that don’t see that they are shit. How many points have they been off the pace the last 10 years. Check it out – they’d be more likely to get relegated. Check out how far off the title points they have been, and then look how many points above the drop zone they’ve finished during that time. But they have their 30-40 year old history to trump about, so it’s not all bad for them.
The Geordies – Pardew won the lottery with the two front men. They made the difference to their season (as van persie did at arse). Without the two front men they’d be mid table. But well done, all the same. Although I do wish Pardew would get his head out of his arse, though. Martinez was a better choice for manager of the season, imo.
Yes, wigan. 7 wins from their last 9 games. Stick the offside goals we scored against them at the Bridge into that total and that could’ve been 8 from 9. Martinez stuck by his beliefs and ended the season with League winning form. Well done, wigan.
Villa took 3 off us on New Year’s day (or thereabouts). Yes, they won 3-1 at the Bridge. We were at out worst at that point – and those points made it easier for villa. Shame, as I did feel for Kean at Blackburn. And I can’t stand the midget ginger, mcleish.
On to the Mighty Chels’. Blackburn were poor, but not the worst I saw at the Bridge this season. We were at a canter, with a yak goal coming out of the blue when we should’ve been 6-0 up. MotD didn’t show any of the chances. Well, just one or two. We should’ve been up on 1m 40 seconds, and 3-0 up by 5 minutes. It was one of those games, but there was nothing to play for.
On 11 minutes applause broke out in the MHU stand, where I sit. This was for the Drog, who is number 11. Everyone thinks it will be his last game at the Bridge in a Chelsea shirt. Maybe it will. Some serious laughter at the end when after telling everyone that it was the mancs who loked like winning the title as despite managing to score in extra time a draw wouldn’t be enough for city – only for another voice to jump in with “no, city have just scored again!” The roar of laughter was so loud it could probably have been heard at the Stadium of Light.
But a disappointing season for us, League wise. Yet another FA Cup takes some of the disappointment away, but not much. But it’s another trophy, and many other teams won fkk all.
Next Saturday is what it’s all about now. Am I confident? No, I’m not, but it’s a one-off game and the players know it’s their last chance. We have some rebuilding to do if we want to be competing against the likes of city next season.
Up the Chels’.