BluSun

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About BluSun

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  • Birthday 12/07/1971

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    Chelsea FC
  1. Didier Drogba

    For me it comes down to how a player represents the team I love. He was petulant, irresponsible and downright disrespectful to his team, team's fans and a fellow professional who he slapped. I don't want him pulling on a Chelsea shirt again. I hope he has fun in Italy or whereever else he chooses to ply his trade.
  2. Michael Essien

    Washblue, That is the state of professional football, we fans are very myopic in expecting loyalty from the players when they get no loyalty themselves, they will be sold to the highest bidder 9 times out of 10. And in the professional era, what does loyalty mean, the player would play better for the highest bidder.
  3. Michael Essien

    I see you are very positive. That aside, he is saying the right things and you can't fault him for that and to borrow a phrase from JM's lexicon, he is one of the untouchables.
  4. Didier Drogba

    Inspiring story and a side of Drogba the gutter football press will never report on. Great find Avinash.
  5. New Kits

    Thanks for everything Uncle Roman. Wonder what the gutter press have to say now.
  6. Didier Drogba

    And to think of the number of people who were calling for his head, for being over priced, for being a diver, many "cannot hit a cow's arse with a banjo" comments. You deserve all the praise you can get Didier!! For me more than his scoring rate, what strikes me as amazing, is his work rate. There is not one striker in world football who will track back like him and help out his defenders. Did anybody see the Portsmouth game, the number of effective headers he made as a DEFENDER. He is Chelsea through and through.
  7. Didier Drogba

    quote:Originally posted by Tom NeweyI'm happy Drogba is staying, but how can we hope to break even when we throw £100k+ a week deals at anyone who has a good half season for us?? Don't get me wrong, if anyone deserves a better deal based on form this season its Didier, but still. id="quote"> id="quote">Because Uncle Roman has the money!
  8. Didier Drogba

    Well done to JM, PK, RA etc! Congratulations Didier!
  9. Gianfranco Zola

    His vision was superb, and his passing game was a great testament to this, and an under appreciated part of his game. Apart from Maradona I have not seen anyone who can even be compared.
  10. Didier Drogba

    In the form he is in at the moment, there in not one striker in the world who comes even close. His work rate cannot be matched, his defensive work amazes me. I wonder how many people will now call him a donkey.
  11. Gianfranco Zola

    If there is a player and gent more deserving, I am yet to see him. Well done Franco! Now when is RA paying for the statue at the Bridge?
  12. Didier Drogba

    quote:Originally posted by Pete BullForget the goal at the weekend? So we only one 0-1? Shaun, If there was ever a post for utter rubbish, you'd just about beat BJ24 id="quote"> id="quote">Spot on Pete. With all his well documented faults, I am not sure if we will find a better guy who will perform the "battering ram" role for us. Sheva cannot muscle his way past defenders the way Drogba can.
  13. John Terry

    Finally England has a good leader as captain.
  14. Ashley Cole

    Unbelievable, we finally make a stand. And Arsenal have an unhappy player on their hands.
  15. Didier Drogba

    quote:Originally posted by Gary Stonequote:Originally posted by BluSunA good striker, displays a lot of enthusiasm and plays with a lot of heart for Chelsea. But some issues are hard to ignore: - Not a great finisher - Dives - Gets involved in situations with the opposition/referee id="quote"> id="quote"> I always find it quite funny how a different player can do the same things, but the fans react entirely differently. Wisey always got involved with the referee and fans, yet it was seen as good old cheeky English humour. Crespo missed countless chances against Birmingham and West Ham, yet the fans still support him. Joey Cole is often guilty of diving and going down easier than he might, yet we love him. What does Drogba have to do to get the crowds support? He's clearly a massive personality and highly valued by manager and team alike. id="quote"> id="quote">Gary I see your point, Wisey was similar in his chatter with opposition and referees. Joey Cole does go down at the slightest of touches *sometimes*. But Drogz seems to pick the wrong times to do both. In my mind he could have earned at least 2 penalties this season by just NOT diving (can't recollect the games). The referees did not award a penalty because they saw the dive and decided to overlook the foul. And I am not a Drogba basher, I quite like him for his endeavour and of course his goals, when playing for us. Cheers