Jonno

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About Jonno

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  • Birthday 03/20/1987

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  1. Didier Drogba

    quote:Originally posted by Richard RedmondRobben jumped over a low hoarding first, that was what got him booked. But didn't young Gary Cahill do it on Match of the Day last weekend for Villa and wasn't booked? It was somebody anyway. id="quote"> id="quote">He was actually booked for it! Poor lad, worth it though!
  2. Didier Drogba

    I remember a few years back seeing a FIFA game on the Mega Drive in France with Barthez on it, before he came to Man utd. We had a different cover over here.
  3. Michael Essien

    He wants to be like Lampard, and we can all agree Frank makes it look so easy!
  4. Didier Drogba

    quote:Originally posted by gronkjaer77Yes, wholeheartedly agree. Sell Drogba now, before he gets any better. Buy Nicolas Anelka for team cohesion and poach Peter Crouch to raise the goal tally. Have I told you Lately You're a sausage id="quote"> id="quote">Van Morrison sausage or Rod Sausage?
  5. Gianfranco Zola

    quote:Originally posted by admanmcdquote:Originally posted by linfieldfcbrilliant video mate some great memories there. I particularly remember the FA cup goal he scored against Liverpool when we were 2-0 down at half time, probably my favourite Chelsea game of all time. id="quote"> id="quote"> Still have that game on video! id="quote"> id="quote">Me too, yeah, one of the greatest ever. I remember the substitutions being crucial, was it not Hughes and Zola that came on? I think I'm going to have to get the video out!
  6. Michael Essien

    quote:Originally posted by hernancrespoquote:Originally posted by Jonnoquote:Originally posted by hernancrespoWhy play Huth as a striker against Liverpool in Anfield? Why not go for a playmaker? id="quote"> id="quote"> He put on Huth to have a more physical presence up top in the closing stages, and then he would have slotted straight into defence if we had found that elusive goal. Mourinho admitted the same tactic was employed, I think, against Barcelona, but just as the change was being made Terry scored, and Huth wasn't needed to play upfront. There was reason to the madness! id="quote"> id="quote"> But when Ranieri did same in Monaco, he was slated by the press and termed a half-wit! The point I am trying to make here is that Forssell was on the bench, so why didn't he play? In fact, if Filipe Oliviera was employed for that possible I would mind but playing Huth upfront was desperation at its worst and showed tactical inept by the special one... id="quote"> id="quote">I think it says more about the press than Mourinho. I think we have to come to our own conclusions about the sensibility of the move, I for one would agree with the calculated tactic, but each to their own. But then again, Ranieri was attemtping to re-balance the team after his truly awful decisions and I'd say his change was more of a move of desperation than Mourinho's, Ranieri certainly admits so in his book.
  7. Michael Essien

    quote:Originally posted by hernancrespoWhy play Huth as a striker against Liverpool in Anfield? Why not go for a playmaker? id="quote"> id="quote">He put on Huth to have a more physical presence up top in the closing stages, and then he would have slotted straight into defence if we had found that elusive goal. Mourinho admitted the same tactic was employed, I think, against Barcelona, but just as the change was being made Terry scored, and Huth wasn't needed to play upfront. There was reason to the madness!
  8. Michael Essien

    quote:Originally posted by hernancrespoIsn't that a huge decline in productivity for a player like Deco? id="quote"> id="quote">No, I think it just reflects the different role he is employed in at Barca. Ronaldinho covers the role he adopted more at Porto, and I'm not going to admit I'm wrong! You're last post seems to be beginning to concede a view of Deco more in line with mine, and equally I seem to be singing off the same sheet as Emberglance! So I feel justified, lol!
  9. Michael Essien

    quote:Originally posted by hernancrespoWhen you talk of Deco being solid defensively, I worry id="quote"> id="quote">I'm sorry, but you'll find that Mourinho moulded the typical Latin Nº10 Deco to the hard working, tactically astute Barcelona player you see tracking back for the team today, much like he's trying to do with little Joe now. quote:Originally posted by hernancrespoRui Costa was another top playmaker in his days with Fiorentia that he, Batistuta, Balbo and Toricelli won the Seria A for them ahead of the other giants. id="quote"> id="quote">That never actually happened!? I think you've been playing Championship Manager too much!
  10. Michael Essien

    quote:Originally posted by hughjars99quote:Originally posted by lampsquote:Originally posted by aprevost
  11. Chelsea Reserve & Youth Team

    I'm pretty sure Arsenal released Abeyie st the end of the season.