Vespa125125

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  1. The article has gone now.
  2. and " the stadium proposed is rectangular in shape with four separate stands"
  3. Any idea why Milan were playing in their away kit?
  4. On the march towards Munich.... ohh wait Seriously, the march to what exactly, a Europa League spot? http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/651/5thplace.jpg/ :D
  5. Corrected :P
  6. I've always thought Bosingwa should be tried on the right of a front 3. He's fast, good at taking on players and has a decent shot. His crossing could do with some work though...
  7. To be fair though, he is up against Us, Man U and Arsenal who are pretty much guaranteed top 4 finishes, and Man City that have spent hundreds of millions over the past 3? seasons.
  8. Could you imagine that.... and United end up winning nothing :D United to slip up against Us, Arsenal and Newcastle or Everton, and win our last 6 games..... In other news pigs can fly? :D
  9. Full story: the Sun I know its the Sun, but assuming its true, we could do with Torres spending the pre-season with us :\
  10. Want a laugh? Chelsea owner Abramovich may sell Torres the flop as £50m nightmare goes on
  11. Man Utd's Wayne Rooney accepts FA charge but not ban Whats the betting it gets overturned, one rule for Man U, another for every other team. What gets me, is on RedCafe they seem to think everybody is against them (the FA, the refs, the media etc).
  12. I agree Liverpool are bigger in the great scheme of things, due to being, up until recently, the most successful team in England and being the most successful English team in Europe (we did win a European trophy before you though ;)). But I don't think anybody can deny that at the moment, Us and Man U are currently the best two teams in the country. About the bit in bold, Since seating yes, but come on, by 3,000 seats.... I could be wrong, but wasn't Stamford Bridge the 2nd biggest in the country at one point, 2nd behind Crystal Palace? Also, record attendances; Stamford Bridge: 82,905 Chelsea v Arsenal 1935 (According to wiki, many events exceeded 100,000) Anfield: 61,905 Liverpool v Wolves 1952
  13. This.
  14. Assuming we win our two games in hand on United we'll be 6 points off them, and Arsenal with their game in hand will only be 2 points off. Man U have still got to face us again and go to the Emirates. It ain't over yet :D Edit: Ohh and their defensive problems have just got worse with the Evans red card :D