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About johnboy

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  1. I first went to the bridge as a 13 year old boy when we played Sheffield United. I am now 64 but I still found myself shouting at the tv when we scored against spurs in the semi, against Middlesbrough & again last night. I like this guy Conte. He has a person of Ancelotti & a steeliness of JM but tactically & coaching wise I liken him to a very old coach, Dave Sexton. Only my opinion, but I want to add my congratulations to all on this site as I read you every week & it can make me chuckle with the way the emotion takes over. That's football & always had been. I can't wait for the cup final. I will be shouting at the tv no doubt as I think we will turn Arsenal over, Wembley should be made for players like Hazzard, Pedro & Fabregas, just a pity we don't have Drogba up front. Once again congratulations to everyone & keep your opinions coming.
  2. Jose 'is ashamed'. So he should be & the all the players that represented Chelsea today. I hope that he gets that through to the squad not only for Tuesday & next week but for the rest of the season. Then remind them what an opportunity they are wasting for themselves , the club & the fans every time they slip into easy street mode. I've watched Chelsea since I was 12 (1965), this squad has talent & they shouldn't be tossing it away. A humiliating day for Chelsea. Well done to Bradford. Jose, earn your corn now & lets see something special from Tuesday on.
  3. Rednapp look pumped up knowing is was the result his boys wanted. His opinion on the penalty was wrong & he made himself look silly & I think Hoddle knew it as well. No complaints if we don't win the league, it's not refereeing decisions but results like today, palace, stoke, west brom, west ham! Lets hope for a good CL semi & look forward to finding someone lethal up front. for next season.