Skinny Legs

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  1. Media / Press

    What it with Dutch managers and large craniums. Both Van Gaal and Koeman both have heads like 20 bob cabbages. Hiddinks nut isn't exactly titchy, but it's like a spring onion compared with those two
  2. Official: Eden Hazard Departs For Real Madrid

    Fairly soon we will be reading the usual flannel- playing footsie with potential suitors with lines such as- Whilst I'm happy at Chelsea and love the fans, it is no secret that other clubs are interested in me. In football you never know.... Pass the Sickbag
  3. Musical Tastes

    He did like a slot machine. He used to play the one at the Alex on Portobello Rosd for hours on end. His way of relaxing I guess
  4. Bit like on the Western Front during WW1, when hostilities ceased at Xmas. The difference is, back then the opposing sides chose to put aside their differences, with a game of football. Hundred years down the line, it's the same game of football, but this time rather than unite, it's the cause of the problems in the first place. I've been guilty myself in the past, but lets have Xmas ceasefire. Normal service to resume, say 5 past midnight, New Years Day. Shalom
  5. Not much peace and goodwill in evidence here this Yuletide. Bit of silent night wouldn't go amiss.
  6. Khobar's Legacy

  7. Khobar's Legacy

    In kitchen, preparing tomorrows dinner, listening to Frank Sinatra Xmas CD. The well known chestnuts roasting on an open fire line, is more amusing if you substitute chestnuts for scousers!
  8. Haha. My manual dexteritys not the greatest I'm afraid.A snowy, banging Xmas to all Chelsea fans
  9. Cam4blue- are you a teacher at all? You seem do deal with legitimate viewpoints as if they are homework assignment, awaiting correction by teach. All that's missing in the red ink
  10. Reap what you sow pal.If you refrained from your constant corrective nitpicking, and ludicrous assessments, there'd have been no need for any reaction. Tala Pal
  11. Why does everyone take things so seriously these days. I remember when CFC fans used to be a fun loving bunch In terms of terrace culture we were No 1. The funniest, most irreverent fans, who didn't get their knickers in a twist over too much, and there were no civil wars over players, or indeed managers leaving No ones died. JMs a millionaire, well win things... Why should I or anyone else, who are CFC to the marrow, have to put on a soleym, reverential tone, because some Chelsea fans take it all to to heart Get a fxxxxxg life as they say
  12. He can't go to Man U. Surely. Outstanding pedigree for sure-, but based on the last 5 months he's the football equivalent of an MOT failure. Ps If he was a moody git down here, can you imagine what he's gonna be like up there? Opens his curtains in the morning- peeing down... Bit of culture during his down time- Coranation Street studio tour or....the Coronation Street studio tour.....Absolutely zippo else to do. God help them
  13. So Fergie morphed Man Utd into a Jose clone, fast high energy 4-3-3?...Where did they teach you this xxxx? Your definition of good football- neat passing, tidy football might have been valid a decade or so back, where teams routinely humped the ball to a big centre forward; no one plays that way now. Not Stoke, not WBA, perhaps West Ham late on if looking for a goal when the ponytailed one has come on as sub. Man Utd played long passing diagonal balls to wide men when they lined up 4-4-2, which is not the same as conventional definition of long ball football. Spectators enjoy watching fast, fluid football, where risks are sometimes taken- the polar opposite of the last year under JM which bored the bollox off all and sundry. Fans know good football when they see it; therefore there's no need for your patronising, factually incorrect, mumbo jumbo
  14. Does that mean the bloke who looks like a pilot whale is coming here?Ps Dont stand too close to Van Gaal at half time. He's likely to spurt tea all over you from the blowhole on top of his head
  15. That's what Mourinho does. Apportions the blame elsewhere- the FA, Refs, his own players, and suddenly there's a scapegoat.He's the shepherd, his followers whose buttons he knows exactly how to push are his flock, and off they go like a load of sheep bleeting to his tune. It was a bit like the old Simple Simon game. Simple Simon says put your hand on your head... Jose Mourinho says the FA is bent, or a certain player isn't giving his all, and off go the cult followers doing his work for him. The Grand Old Duke of York, who marched them up to the top of the hill then marched them down again, had nothing on Jose.
  16. Khobar's Legacy

    It's actually a New Years Resolution of mine to the kinder to scousers in 2016. Not to revel in the misfortune of others and all that. I can just imagine Liverpudlians this time of year, lovingly wrapping hubcaps and car stereos, and placing under the tree. Ps If you believe the first line you'll believe anything
  17. I grant you, Pards can be a trifle combustible in the heat of battle, but in terms of general conduct he's a bus ride more agreeable than Mourinho.Can't ever see him at the Bridge however. Ps Never heard the one about him bending over the wives of players before. Filthy git if true
  18. He's a Chelsea fan from Wandsworth Pardew.Really is one of us, unlike the preposterous notion that Mourinho was.
  19. Apologies for miss reading you Mark.Does anyone know whether the altercation in the Shed Upper during the first half, had anything to do with discord between fans pro/ anti Mourinho. Was in the Shed Lower and couldn't see
  20. Not sure about all round good guy.More of a vainglorious egotist IMHO
  21. Big Sams also a heavyweight. Benitez weren't exactly twinkle toes either.Ps On District Line- giving the funeral goings on lately I'm suprised more aren't wearing black. Only kidding. Come on You Super Blues!