***Chelsea -v- City*** OFFICIAL Matchday thread

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Re: ***Chelsea -v- City*** OFFICIAL Matchday thread

Postby gillie » Sun Mar 20, 2011 8:30 pm

walmai wrote:Chin up City.

I was at WHL yesterday and, even with a practically first choice team out, Spurs are struggling for league form too. Remember, you drew a blank against the league holders; Spurs against an improving West Ham, who have nonetheless struggled in the bottom 5 all season.

Not only that, but their best players VdV and Bale are respectively worn out and coming back (too early?) after injury.

You've got your destiny in your own hands; beat Spurs in your league encounter and match their other results and a CL spot will be yours for the taking.

In a way, the loss of the distraction of the Europa cup - with the draining travelling it entails - is probably a bonus.

As I say, Spurs are not firing on all cylinders. I personally believe that you've got a CL spot and a Wembley final to look forward to.

Good luck!

Thanks mate and good luck for the rest of the season to you Irons.
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Re: ***Chelsea -v- City*** OFFICIAL Matchday thread

Postby Ted Hughes » Sun Mar 20, 2011 8:35 pm

walmai wrote:Chin up City.

I was at WHL yesterday and, even with a practically first choice team out, Spurs are struggling for league form too. Remember, you drew a blank against the league holders; Spurs against an improving West Ham, who have nonetheless struggled in the bottom 5 all season.

Not only that, but their best players VdV and Bale are respectively worn out and coming back (too early?) after injury.

You've got your destiny in your own hands; beat Spurs in your league encounter and match their other results and a CL spot will be yours for the taking.

In a way, the loss of the distraction of the Europa cup - with the draining travelling it entails - is probably a bonus.

As I say, Spurs are not firing on all cylinders. I personally believe that you've got a CL spot and a Wembley final to look forward to.

Good luck!


Cheers mate.

The honest truth is though, West Ham were better going forward than us & Spurs played much better football & were harder to stop than Chelsea. If Lennon & Bale had been running at Kolarov like they did Bridge, they would have torn him a new arsehole. Likewise if you'd given Dzeko the chances WH had, rather than Carlton Cole, you probably would have won. We created nothing.

Oh & I hope you win all your games apart from when you play us!
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Re: ***Chelsea -v- City*** OFFICIAL Matchday thread

Postby Arjan Van Schotte » Sun Mar 20, 2011 8:36 pm

walmai wrote:Chin up City.

I was at WHL yesterday and, even with a practically first choice team out, Spurs are struggling for league form too. Remember, you drew a blank against the league holders; Spurs against an improving West Ham, who have nonetheless struggled in the bottom 5 all season.

Not only that, but their best players VdV and Bale are respectively worn out and coming back (too early?) after injury.

You've got your destiny in your own hands; beat Spurs in your league encounter and match their other results and a CL spot will be yours for the taking.

In a way, the loss of the distraction of the Europa cup - with the draining travelling it entails - is probably a bonus.

As I say, Spurs are not firing on all cylinders. I personally believe that you've got a CL spot and a Wembley final to look forward to.

Good luck!


THANKS VERY MUCH WALMAI - WHAT YOU SPEAK is undoubtedly true. but we don't want rational right now so fuck off.

(sorry for the early caps).

and fuck off in lower case :)
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Re: ***Chelsea -v- City*** OFFICIAL Matchday thread

Postby Twobob » Sun Mar 20, 2011 8:42 pm

Beefymcfc wrote:
"I thought we played a good game, when you think that two days ago we played a game against Kiev," he told Sky Sports.

"We played poorly in the last 20-25 minutes, we were so tired, but we were ready to make changes when we conceded a goal."

So Roberto, if you knew they were tired, why didn't you change things earlier; we could all see it?


It was lost in translation beef, what he means is that "AFTER 20-25 mins we played shite, lost control of the midfield and that if it weren't for Nige, Vinny, Lescott and Richards we'd have been screwed over
big style and embarassed"
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