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  1. Favourite Chelsea Matches

    4-2 victory over Barcelona in 2005. That opening 20 minutes with us going 3-0 up and absolutely decimating them was like a dream come true. Especially after all the fallout from the 1st leg. Then the tension after they got 2 goals back (one being a famous toe poke goal by Ronaldinho that still gets talked about to this day out of context of the match itself) and were going through on Away Goals. And Terry, of course John Terry, seeing us home with the trademark headed winner. And Mourinho pitch invasion to rub it in to Barcelona faces. Definitely best game I've ever attended and favourite match overall. While the individual results and twists and turns in the 2012 CL Winning run were good, I think it was more a case of the end result being the headline, the games themselves were painful affairs. This game against Barcelona was incredible fast flowing football and is a example to show people to quash any "boring boring Chelsea" or "Park the Bus" slanders and falsehoods that are oft-repeated of that Chelsea team. Just read the thread rules and got rid of my other runners up mentions. Will post those in the days ahead.
  2. Coronavirus COVID-19

    Well things have escalated in the last few weeks to the extent that even I'm starting to succumb to the hysteria and am wondering why my work hasn't pulled the work from home trigger yet. We have been given laptops ready for when the trigger is pulled, but are still going to work as normal for now. I got this wrong big time.
  3. Transfer Talk Topic

    I've got to be honest here and admit I got this totally wrong.
  4. Aston Villa vs Chelsea

    In December I recall a "flu/cold" going around my office. Small office and literally everyone went through a spell of it. And speaking to friends/family there was a sense of "something going around in general." Honestly believe it may have been this.
  5. Taking The Pee Out Of Liverpool (For Khobar)

    He's the only voice we have out of all the mainstream outlets. Absolutely love him. At the 2015 League Cup Final, he popped out of one of the corners of Wembley, walked near the corner flag of the pitch and he took close up photos (with proper photography gear haha) of our players celebrating with the Cup.
  6. Taking The Pee Out Of Liverpool (For Khobar)

    Michael Owen absolutely couldn't take that. Hahahaha
  7. Taking The Pee Out Of Liverpool (For Khobar)

    Oh that is lovely that.
  8. Bayern Munich vs Chelsea

    I know a fellow believer when I see one!
  9. Bayern Munich vs Chelsea

    Despite my post above, I'm going the cynical route on this particular piece of news. Juventus swept the floor with Inter behind closed doors a few days ago. I think the lack of noise helps the players communicate more clearly and that higher level of communication is a bigger advantage to the more accomplished and experienced teams.
  10. Chelsea 4 Everton 0

    Yh Alan Smith kept repeating "Everton not at their best today" hehe and "this was expecting to be an even contest".
  11. Chelsea 4 Everton 0

    Which is weird. They (like a bunch of mid table teams) are seriously in with a shout of CL qualification.
  12. Chelsea 4 Everton 0

    Finally. Finally. Finally. We're taking our chances. So many of our fumbles this season have been from allowing opposition to stay in the game, builds pressure. This game has gone perfectly. Same as the Liverpool game.
  13. Bayern Munich vs Chelsea

    Look at the Everton game guys. We just need to repeat to this :) believe
  14. Bayern Munich vs Chelsea

    We beat the so-called "Greatest Team in The World™" 2-0, a game in which we fashioned enough chances to win 3-0/4-0. So we can beat these lot, who the aforementioned brushed aside easily this time last year. Albeit with a result (3-1) that will not do for us. I'm not even joking. We obviously aren't the finished article. But we do have the raw quality and if we can reproduce our greatest game of the season, we'll at least have a spell of the game with hope. At the very least I want to see a portion of the game where we make Bayern get a little nervy. An early goal from us will do nicely. I've seen enough Champions League games where so-called "over after the 1st leg" games suddenly swing wildly in the 2nd leg (not always with the result being overturned, but still) it happens far more often than perhaps people think, especially in games between teams from the top 4/5 leagues. A mixture of the winning team becoming too complacent and the losing team going all guns blazing with nothing to lose, and the latter in certain scenarios taking advantage of "knowing the score we need" especially with away goals in the mix, which to me althoigh not logical (both teams know the score they need) it's a kind of psychological trick/hack. Kind of like how in Cricket it sometimes feels better to bat 2nd, you know what the target is and can orchestrate your innings around that, it's sometimes difficult to give yourself pressure to perform at your best batting 1st because you have no target pressure. It doesn't matter how much a team psychologically conditions themselves, a comfortable 1st leg will always, always cause them to be less intense than they otherwise would be. And we have to get into their minds and start the game as intensely as possible to catch them asleep and off guard. Then the tone of the game is set from there and anything can happen.
  15. Chelsea 2 Liverpool 0

    I loved how Giroud was getting up in Van Dikj's face.