Paul Mcgoochan

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About Paul Mcgoochan

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  • Birthday 10/01/1965

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  • Team Born 1905

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  • Gender Male
  • Location United Kingdom
  • Interests Church,Rugby,Cycling,
    Heavy Metal,
    Reading,History,
    Politics.
  1. MK Dons 1 Chelsea 5

    Blocked, are you kidding me? He bottled it big time and left the smallest part of his body in the way as a token gesture. The ball was there to be won and he chose not to. And the last time I checked, tackling was an integral part of football. So to use an excuse ( as someone did on here ) that tackling isn't a part of his game, is laughable.
  2. MK Dons 1 Chelsea 5

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-3425440/Alan-Shearer-labels-Chelsea-midfielder-Cesc-Fabregas-pathetic-Spaniard-pulled-50-50-challenge-leading-MK-Dons-goal.html   Very hard to disagree with him on this one. The only negative thing about the game.
  3. Where do we finish?

    No European football for us next season.
  4. Crystal Palace 0 Chelsea 3

    Don't think he hesitated too much for Middlesbrough. The guy should be given a chance.
  5. Eden Hazard

    I have a feeling that you could be right. Hazard has to be the most fouled player in the EPL and gets little or no protection from the officials. As an aside, I feel that players like Hazard, Robben and Joe Cole (?) etc should be given a free role, to do what they do best and leave the defending to the DM and defenders. Don't stifle natural ability, let it flow.
  6. Musical Tastes

    Managed to get 2 tickets for AC/DC in London next year. Haven't seen them since the Razor's Edge Tour.
  7. Chelsea 3 Sunderland 1

    We've had other managers with very good records who were sacked for far less. For some, Jose could no wrong or his foibles were over looked. Agreed, we need to move on.
  8. Jose Mourinho (Leaves For The Second Time)

    When Jose returned, I did say that it could be like going back out with an 'Ex girlfriend'. The sex is great for a time, but then the old habits start to surface, which reminds you of why you split in the 1st place. Both the players and Jose should share the blame for our current situation. The players for not trying 100% and Jose for changing his tactics/formation. I wouldn't mind being at the wrong end of the table if we were building a squad/team for the future, but we ain't. IMO, if Jose stayed, we would be going down as neither the players or himself have been there before. And it takes a certain type of grit to fight your way out. So once again, "The King is Dead, Long Live the King." p.s. I do like how SSN only showed interviews of the fans with the same opinion. That the club were wrong. Funny that?
  9. Jose Mourinho (Leaves For The Second Time)

    Well, we haven't been in this situation for a long time. Reality check for a few fans, that's for sure. IMO, Jose needs to change tactics and now. Whether it's 4-4-2 or 2-4-4 or just a free for all. Pull the shirts out the bag and that's your position for the game, some thing has to happen. If Hazard is pulling a fast one, stick him in the reserves and let him rot and at least try some fresh blood. It can't get any worse playing wise. If the board think that the players aren't going to play for Jose, then he needs to go now and get someone else to take over who will steady the ship. If we carry on with this situation, Jose in charge, the players not bothering, WE WILL GO DOWN.
  10. Your Favourite Tv Shows/sitcoms?

    I have started to watch The West Wing and enjoyed it so much, that I'm getting the box set for Christmas. Quality TV. For me, it has to be one of the best.
  11. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0

    Changing the personnel whilst using the same laborious tactics is not going to help anyone. Change the formation and start with Remy. I don't care if it's 4-4-2, diamond, X-Mas Tree or a bloody Star Constellation, we need to change things before it really is too late. Especially as our dreaded Christmas Run is looming large.
  12. Jose Mourinho (Leaves For The Second Time)

    Jose does like a player, no matter how many goals they score or what they can do with a ball, is to defend for the team first and foremost. Jose has shackled many players of their natural ability for the sake of the team and I don't care who shoots me down for saying it. Carlton Cole and Lukaku were banging in goals for fun in the stiffs and should have been given the chance to do the same in the 1st team. With our creative players, they would have been plenty of chances to score, if Jose chose to play as such. A bit like this;
  13. Taking the pee out of Liverpool

    Before the start of the season, I made a bet with Liverpool fan at work. Each time we played each other, the losing fan would have to wear the opposition teams shirt. So, on Wednesday, I had to wear a 'Bin-Dipper' shirt, in a M size, when I'm an XL. Hated it, but a bets a bet.
  14. Stoke City 1 Chelsea 0

    I would settle for a tight defence and nick a 1-0 win. Going to be a tough, brutal game. If this finishes with all 22 on the pitch, I'd be very surprised. Expecting Costa to get some very rough treatment. So, Costa, if you're going to get sent off, do it by smacking the 5hit out of someone. Not for an innocuous kick out or high hand to the face! Just saying.
  15. Jose Mourinho (Leaves For The Second Time)

    The problem we have ( yet again ) is a game of Chicken, between the powers that be and Jose. Who is going to jump first? From a logistics point of view, it's easier to replace one person ( Jose ) than it is to replace a few players or office workers with a cheque book.