True Blue Gary

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  1. quote:Originally posted by Crowey
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    quote:Originally posted by Crowey

    Shock horror! Strip him of the captaincy and ship him off to one of our feeder clubs.


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    Thanks God you are not the manager!

    Terry is welcomed to steal the gold at the Bank of England as far as I am concerned!


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    I guess the sarcasm was lost somehwere along the way!


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    I saw the sarcasm mate, I was just being double-sarcastic!


  2. quote:Originally posted by Crowey

    Shock horror! Strip him of the captaincy and ship him off to one of our feeder clubs.


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    Thanks God you are not the manager!

    Terry is welcomed to steal the gold at the Bank of England as far as I am concerned!


  3. quote:Originally posted by basole
    quote:Originally posted by blueerato

    well, given that am Ugandan too and only readin this in our local daily, New Vision, I guess that am glad he 'stole' those jerseys otherwise he would be in a Mancs jersey now and we would be on the recieving end. Does it really matter? Are Lamp's jerseys safe? Has Crespo lost a jersey yet? lol Top of the league and having a larf....


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    blueerato, where do you watch football from? Any chance that I know you?


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    Where are you Ugandians suddenly coming from? You should set-up an Ugandian Chelsea Supporters Club...


  4. quote:Originally posted by cyrus

    Old new. This was false rumors that circluated around the time Essien went for trials at Man United. Essien did not sign for Man United because of work permit issues. At the time, he was 17 coming off the World Under 17 championship in New Zealand 99 and could not secure the relevant work permit document.


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    That sounds like the right answer!


  5. quote:Originally posted by gronkjaer77
    quote:Originally posted by True Blue Gary
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    And a little known Uganda superstar called Mike Basole...


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    Why not?!


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    Why?


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    Why not?


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    But why?


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    And why not?


  6. quote:Originally posted by Harry Sideras

    Five pages and no-one noticed that the ball came off Drogba's shin because Senderos clattered the back of his leg to knock it against the ball. Impressive...


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    Impersonating Wenger

    "I didn't see it... I'm sure it was a well taken goal which was skillfully envisaged by the player.."


  7. quote:Originally posted by Robin Dyer
    quote:Originally posted by Kristina
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    And a little known Uganda superstar called Mike Basole...


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    Why not?!


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    Why?


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    Why not?


  8. quote:Originally posted by zolaisgod

    one of my fav players and dont forget guys if it wasnt for Drogba we may not of got in the semi's of champs leage or won the carling cup so lets gett 100% behind our players not only does he score goals 10 out of 16 games I think but also creates


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    Welcome to the site Zolaisgod. Good handle.


  9. quote:Originally posted by CaliforniaChelseaFAN

    First time poster (long time reader) out here in California....Been a huge Chelsea fan for many years. Essien adds a wonderful dynamic to the midfield in more ways than one, I am truly excited for that to shine in CL especially.....However my concern is were this will leave Eidur? I can't see him moving up front (on a regular basis) and playing over Crespo and Drogba...

    What do people see his role shifting too?


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    Welcome to the site buddy!


  10. quote:Originally posted by basole
    quote:Originally posted by Dan Murphy

    I thought he was superb, MOM in my opinion. Misplaced one pass that I can remember and was unlucky not to score. I think Eidur is breathin out of his arse, for want of a better term!


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    And rightly so.


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    You changed your tune. Nice try Basole. ;-D


  11. quote:Originally posted by dannyblue

    Yeh just home and played very well. Del Horno also had another strong game. Essien is so much better than Tiago and unfortunately my favourite Gudjohnson too on the form they've showed so far this season.


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    Hear Hear.


  12. quote:Originally posted by Ghana4WC

    Well , well, well. Now guys what do you think? This gentleman is good at his trade that is why Chelsea paid that much for him. In my opinion he had an excellent game today. Luck was not on his side, he would have scored a couple of goals.

    What's your opinion?


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    Welcome to the site! I hope you will posts some more comments. Our friend Basole has been slating off Lampard and Essien lately, so it is nice to see Basole proven wrong once again!

    Who needs Tiago, aye? I forgotten who he is.


  13. quote:Originally posted by Robin Dyer
    quote:Originally posted by basole

    Essien... He looked good considering that he is 4 days old at Chelsea. If he can continue improving and is consistent I will have my humble pie ready for eating.


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    And you should be eating a lot of it considering the 'mechanic' treatment you gave Essien.

    However, I respect your willingness to concede that you are wrong if, as you say, Essien "continues improving and is consistent."

    But don't eat all that humble pie on your own, Hernan needs a really large slice, and he may have more trouble swallowing it than you.


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    Basole, you are getting more respect from me now! Now only if you would starting eating the Tiago humble pie as well, I would then gladly buy you a pint of Fuller's London Pride.


  14. quote:Originally posted by dooder12

    Wenger said in his interview to BBC that Drobga, "a power foward" is the easiest type of foward to deal with. What crock, can never accept it when his team loses. He even said that his team had 4 clear chances and a penalty chance as well.


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    Wenger is a complete tw*t, you have to expect this kind of comment from him. Sendaros couldn't handle him in the Charity Game.


  15. quote:Originally posted by JT26

    Today, Didier Drogba confirmed two things:

    1) That, technically, he isn't the best. He is not as talented as Crespo, he misses chances and can be clumsy.

    And 2) He is fast developing a knack of scoring some really important goals for Chelsea (3 v Arsenal now, 2 v Munich, Carling Cup Final.etc). His presence causes defenders problems, and they hate playing against him.

    Maybe Crespo will get the nod in the future, but Didi is a handful, and deserves his place in our 23 man squad.


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    I will agree to this - He certainly does seem to score the important goals and not the unimportant ones!


  16. quote:Originally posted by dublue

    Agreed thought he looked a very good prospect. What happens to Tiago?


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    He will be on the stands much to Basole's chagrin. Ha Ha.

    Even Parker is getting to play games and so far is Newcastle's best player.

    I knew I was right and that Basole was wrong.

    He hasn't apologised to me yet!