Some young tart in the office with FB posting rights needs to be sacked. I will say that it really did look impressive from the Cardiff supporters. The whole stadium was blue & white. If ever that fkn idiot Tan needed a message, he just had to look around. The man is a fkn idiot.… Read full article >
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Nothing like some confidence. Just ask the scousers. Arsenal victory parade signs appear days before Hull City FA Cup final http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/Arsenal-victory-parade-signs-appear-days-Hull/story-21089838-detail/story.html Mind you, Arse don’t have to play Chelsea like the scousers did.
JT gets a new contract and Rio doesnt get offered one. #karma
Next seasons Premier League predictions: 1. 2. 3. 4. Arsenal 5. 6. 7. I’ll fill the rest in later.
Someone in the media finally responds to the scousers love-fest. At last. Why Stevie G is most self-obsessed footballer of his generation AS Liverpool buckled this past fortnight, the scale of the surrender to sentiment and the Great Myth of Steven Gerrard became apparent. Essentially the leader who went AWOL at the decisive hour, who… Read full article >
Aldridge warns Chelsea.
If the scousers keep a clean sheet against Newcastle and do win the league they will have won it with the most goals conceded = 49. Considerably more goals than we’ve let in. We just need someone who can score! For info – we only let 15 goals in when we won the league in… Read full article >
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho: ‘Killer’ summer signing the key to unlocking defensive teams http://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/chelsea-boss-jose-mourinho-killer-summer-signing-the-key-to-unlocking-defensive-teams-9324452.html
Cole is leaving in the summer. Shame. I say that in the last 2 weeks he’s more than proved he should’ve started every game at left back instead of Cesar. Why Jose has done that only he knows. Cesar has had a goodseason, but he doesn’t have that attacking side to his game like Ashley… Read full article >
Chelsea v Norwich. I’m as disappointed as anyone else regarding the footballearlier today. Of course I am. But in my decades of attendance to the Bridge I’ve never, ever booed my team. I can’t get my head round that – what was that booing? My brother still mentions the Ancelotti sacking, I will admit. But… Read full article >