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    Chelsea
  1. Official: Chelsea Sack Di Matteo

    Minutes applause for Robbie starting 16th min vs city
  2. CFC Offer To Buy Back CPO Shares. Stadium Move On The Cards?

    Why can't the club find a site we (CPO) vote to move there or not and the CPO rights pass to the new ground? That way we retain the safety net CPO gives usfor the next 199 years only at a new site.
  3. CFC Offer To Buy Back CPO Shares. Stadium Move On The Cards?

    Agreed, this is the fans safety net.... This vote shouldn't be taken lighty, esp with Roman in court today being sued for £3bn
  4. Media / Press

    Has anyone read the Liverpool fans commenting article. He seems to have missed the fact for the period 1992 - 200? Stamford Bridge was being redeveloped and had a reduced capacity. For at least 3 years the west upper was missing. Not to mention the Temp shed end while the car park was being built, the Shed missing, North West corner missing, West Lower missing. I believe they even managed to get around 40 extra seats in the north east corner one pre season.
  5. Media / Press

    If Blackpool aviod the drop they will bring 200 - 300 hunderd next year. Its same with Blackburn, Wigan and Bolton. Thats 800 empty seats a game.
  6. Media / Press

    Prehaps we should sing "where were you when we were sh*t"
  7. Media / Press

    Chelsea should have exploded in Abramovich's time, making a move to bigger premises essential. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/article-1313469/Martin-Samuel-Roman-Abramovichs-457m-1-639-new-Chelsea-fans.html#ixzz1042YxGlu Yes we all know a larger ground would be nice but its not possible to extend Stamford Bridge. Martin has also neglected to mention that West London isn't exactly awash with open spaces ready accommodate a 60,000 stadium. Yet on June 9, Chelsea announced season tickets were available to any 2010/11 member with 67 loyalty points or more, the equivalent of having attended every home match last season, using a ticket purchased on free sale. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/article-1313469/Martin-Samuel-Roman-Abramovichs-457m-1-639-new-Chelsea-fans.html#ixzz103wAVVsw Free sale? You mean on sale to members only. Free sale implies general sale. The vast majority of league games never make it to general sale. Its impossible to accumulate 67 points on free sale.
  8. Media / Press

    So Gerrard scores two and everyone wants Lampard dropped. Fine by me, a dozen less games he needs to play this season.
  9. Media / Press

    I love the second paragraph. http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/sport/football/3087038/Alex-Ferguson-roars-title-warning-to-Chelsea.html
  10. Media / Press

    Last Friday The Sun releasd this statement. http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3056729/Cheryl-Cole-An-apology.html No mention of an apology to Mr Cole.
  11. Media / Press

    There seems to be a lot of talk in the media about Liverpool giving Chelsea an easy game. Where is the talk of Steve Bruce helping out his old boss. Just as, if not more likely to happen. PS: Stan Collymore - Thats three times our boring Chelsea have scored 7 goals this season. 93 goals in the league and 130 + in all comps.
  12. Media / Press

    Had a Chelsea player or manager made the slightly racist "Typical Germans" comment after losing a Champions league tie I’m sure he would be facing a charge and a ban. Instead the press have the phrase plastered all over their back pages. Ironically the players described as typical Germans were from France, Holland and Croatia.
  13. Media / Press

    JT ran over a stewards foot leaving the ground last night. Its only when you read all the articles you discover it was caused by the photographers approaching and flashing their cameras through his windscreen. The steward was trying to keep them back.
  14. Media / Press

    Prior to the Manchester Utd v Milan game Talk Sport held a broadcast from a Manchester bar. Topics of conversation included: Man Utd, Beckham and Man Utd. Last night Chelsea faced Inter. This time Talk Sport broadcasted from the studio where topics of conversation included, top 10 funny films, Gerard's elbow and a 3 pence rise in fuel prices. Of course there is no red biased in the British football media. Prior to the Manchester Utd v Milan game Talk Sport held a broadcast from a Manchester bar. Topics of conversation included: Man Utd, Beckham and Man Utd. Last night Chelsea faced Inter. This time Talk Sport broadcasted from the studio where topics of conversation included, top 10 funny films, Gerard's elbow and a 3 pence rise in fuel prices. Of course there is no red biased in the British football media.
  15. Non Chelsea: Champions League

    So Arsenal suffer in Europe to "laughable" decisions http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11945_5956420,00.html Well Mr Wenger what goes around comes around. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/c/chelsea/4091217.stm and... http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/sport/article998278.ece?print=yes&randnum=1151003209000