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About fillerywhereru

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  1. West Ham United 3 Chelsea 2

    Totally agree, those three decisions are great examples. All three came where a team was working hard to find an equaliser/ get a foot in the game and had deservedly grabbed a goal, as a player it must frustrate and set you back mentally. To be fair to west ham they carried on and scored again minutes later, with us Girouds was the second dissallowed goal v United and we kind of fizzled out after that and V Liverpool there was half time in between but they came out firing and got their 2nd and decider before we to our credit swarmed all over them and got a goal back. The fact that they went back 4 passes to find Mounts offside heel seemed pretty odd imo...oh and he was facing his own goal.
  2. Media / Press

    Funny isn't it, that's where the emphasis on Political correctness has got us, all jumping on a bandwagon scared that they will be vilified then jumping off it once they realise it wasnt quite as noble as they thought. Regarding it being hijacked it makes me think of Liverpools J96 thing which I'm sure originally was about the poor families of the deceased but ended up being a campaign to get the powers that be to absolve Liverpool supporters of any blame whatsoever.
  3. West Ham United 3 Chelsea 2

    Probably also pissed due to it being his first club whose fans slag him off at every opportunity as well
  4. West Ham United 3 Chelsea 2

    Exactly my worry tonight, a copycat of the Villa game but without us taking the two chances. Always been a tricky game for us West Ham, could also see a 1-1
  5. Chelsea 2 Manchester City 1

    Is VAR making refs into bigger cowards? Good question, I think it is and also exposing club bias at the same time
  6. Chelsea 2 Manchester City 1

    Yes that's true. I have noticed the same inability to accept defeat/ unrealistic expectations creeping into our fanbase
  7. Chelsea 2 Manchester City 1

    And its us, a club that most of their non scouse support despise who have taken it out of their hands.
  8. Chelsea 2 Manchester City 1

    Yes the clear influence of them at Sky/BBC/The Guardian is very tiresome. I blame that generation of glory hunter liverpool fans from the home counties directly for the negative portrayal of Chelsea (and now CIty) in the media
  9. Chelsea 2 Manchester City 1

    Indeed I would never want to lose a game to stop someone else anyway. Even a point is enough to do it and still helps our cause
  10. Aston Villa 1 Chelsea 2

    Yes also an issue but the signing of Ziyech in combination with Werner will fix that one. But not signing a top defender with negate that a touch.
  11. Chelsea 2 Manchester City 1

    What a delicious thought that is. As a fan of a certain vintage I see them far more as rivals than Man Utd or Liverpool to name but two.
  12. Coronavirus COVID-19

    Yes, much as it would have been nice to see the Scousers have to wait another year
  13. Chelsea 2 Manchester City 1

    Ha Ha indeed, where do I recognise him from.... It would be rather nice if that nice Mr Hodgson (who just wasnt good enough for a club like LIverpool in their eyes) was able to delay their coronation just a little longer
  14. Chelsea 2 Manchester City 1

    Actually I thought Palace looked good against an admittedly poor Bournemouth. They will certainly make Liverpool work for it. More importantly thats another tough game we have to negotiate this season.
  15. Chelsea 2 Manchester City 1

    Could it be that we will be king makers this season? Am I right in thinking a win by us and Liverpool beating palace hands the title to Liverpool?