Tim

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  1. Didier Drogba

    Of course we would. Who'd have thought that Ronaldo's penalty would have been saved? Not me, for one. Who's to say that Drogba's wouldn't have been? Not me and not you.
  2. Didier Drogba

    I spent £2.2k plus three days' without pay. I'm over it. Drogba didn't cost us the game at all. We had chances to win it in the 90, then more chances in the extra 30. It makes me laugh, reading all the anti-Drogba cr@p on here, then those same people cheering like mad, as they did against Cluj.
  3. Didier Drogba

    I hope you mean conDEMN, and not conDONE! Drogba should get what Carragher got, which was a 3 match ban, wasn't it? Nice of the PFA chief Gordon Taylor to come out and say so, though. I don't recall him expressing the same sentiment in the Carragher case, though. Is my memory selective? Scaping, hear hear.
  4. Didier Drogba

    I've been umming and aahing about this for a while and was almost ready to vote "Not sure" but last night's performance swayed it for me. I vote an emphatic "No". Don't get me wrong, it's good business sense, as it was (even more so) to sell Robben but who could we buy to fill the guy's boots?
  5. Didier Drogba

    With you on this, though. Definitely up for it, was Didi. James. where were you watching from?
  6. New Kits

    Are we Barca in disguise?
  7. Ashley Cole

    Need a contribution?
  8. Ashley Cole

    James, calm down. It's affecting your writing. Fans's indeed! Apparently they are all encouraged to wear their oldest colours, too, to remind Chelsea that history didn't begin in 2004. We need a big banner. Chelsea FC, Pride of London. One name, one ground, 101 years.
  9. Didier Drogba

    That handball was outside the box, but it was still a free kick not given in a good position. I thought the ref was good for the main part but lost count of the number of times that Drogba was pushed in the back either just before or even during a jump for the ball. And that 'foul' on SWP; it looked a nailed on free kick to me but the ref just waved it away. Admittedly my East Upper seat didn't afford me the best view of it but I've only just spent £300 on some new bins and if they are that bad I want my money back!
  10. Ashley Cole

    They do? We were fleeced. I think we got the best we could out of the deal, but no way did we get the better deal.
  11. Ashley Cole

    Yes, Berg is the one. 1995 with Blackburn, '97 and '99 with Man U.
  12. Didier Drogba

    quote:Originally posted by Original 21Peter Crouch anyone? id="quote"> id="quote">Taxi for Original 21.
  13. Didier Drogba

    Pete, I think that Harry's and your interpretations of self-correcting, in this instance at least, are vastly different. He does infuriate me when he goes down like a sack of spuds at the slightest contact, because he's also shown that he can tough it out when it suits him. More annoying to me is his apparent need to tell the ref every little thing, though. That said, I wouldn't boo him whilst he's wearing Chelsea colours, but I might suggest he buttons his lip once in a while.
  14. Didier Drogba

    quote:Originally posted by kooliomix3Surprisingly there were no "The referees a w*nka" chants. id="quote"> id="quote">I think that poor refereeing decisions are so commonplace now that we expect them. Perhaps we need a new chant for when a ref actually gets something right?
  15. Gianfranco Zola

    As a Chelsea supporter, I would also say Zola, without a doubt. Cantona was very good, don't get me wrong, but Zola oozed class which Eric could never even hope to imitate. Mind you, watching Eric give it to that Cr@P 'fan' was something to behold. 8)