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About The_Ghost

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  1. Tammy abuse

    Absolutely agree. But I still don’t see how the club can be responsible for what a gang of absolute twerps are writing on a social media platform they have no control over. I’m also at loss how this can be labelled as Chelsea fans without proof they actually are. Lets say I open a bunch of fake accounts and start racially abusing football players masquerading as a Liverpool fan. Is it fair Liverpool as a club or fan base should be getting flack for that? Plus, Twitter is a global platform. The club have no way of influencing people residing outside of the UK and nor should they. If it’s anyone responsibility it’s Twitter and the law enforcement. But knowing how disgusting Google and Facebook are, I’m sure Twitter aren’t much better. Only interested in making money by monetising your data flows and offering no protection whatsoever to individuals.
  2. Tammy abuse

    If it’s not Chelsea fans it’s absolutely ridiculous the club should take flack for it. Surely you are able to see that. So... What’s your point with the bolded bit? I haven’t claimed it’s fans from other clubs, I asked if it’s established it was Chelsea fans. A world of difference I’d say.
  3. Tammy abuse

    Yeah I’m not on Twitter. Seems like a platform for anti-intellectuals and moronic politicians who feel the need to boast their egos (but achieve the exact opposite). Twitter is the shadow of our civilisation.
  4. Media / Press

    Especially when looking how VAR wasn’t used for Man Us first or second goal against us. No consistency, just more bias.
  5. Tammy abuse

    Is it even established the person in question is a Chelsea fan?
  6. Transfer Talk Topic

    I think you’re missing the point. TAA was given a chance at 18 to play and was given a lot of games. Now he’s a very good FB who's still developing. Liverpool haven’t bought a top FB because they had two young ones at 18 and 23. They continued to play them. TAA started over 70% of the PL games last season. The season before that, at the age of 18, he only started 18 games. But he started 11 of their last 13... You seem to state what the club should do based on probability a young player can make it. But the reality you seem to miss is that clubs don’t make decisions based on averages, they make decisions based on individuals.
  7. Manchester United 4 Chelsea 0

    So it’s time to put the popcorn away then? I’d imagine if you both put the same sort of effort into your professional lives you’d both be billionaires.
  8. Chelsea 1 Leicester 1

    I know Bakayojo isn't everyones cup of tea (understatement of the year), but he's still in the squad!
  9. Liverpool 2 Chelsea FC 2 (Liverpool wins 5-4 Pens)

    Yep, there is it. Thx for linking! But I'd be absolutely shocked if we will ever get a VAR call, or a call that should be consulted by VAR, in our favour. It's just yet another barrier we will have to overcome on top of new and inexperienced manager, young and inexperienced squad, lack of quality depth and a transfer ban. Tottenham last season the FA even felt the need to manipulate the line to make Kane just onside. It's a farce! I'm all for removing VAR completely. Either it is crystal clear and unambigious, or we scrap it alltogether. Since the first is impossible I see no situation where VAR can live on and still be fair and objective. What is it we normally say? **** 'EM ALL!
  10. Liverpool 2 Chelsea FC 2 (Liverpool wins 5-4 Pens)

    I don’t know how to link photos in a post here, but there photos available that shows him well off his line before Abraham strikes the ball - something like 4 inches.
  11. Liverpool 2 Chelsea FC 2 (Liverpool wins 5-4 Pens)

    Not sure it can get any more blatant than that to be honest.
  12. Liverpool 2 Chelsea FC 2 (Liverpool wins 5-4 Pens)

    But imagine the medial outcry if she had pulled Adrian up on it, Abraham scoring the retake and then Liverpool going on losing? Takes some balls to stand up to the BBC, Sky Sports and the rest of the establishment.
  13. Chelsea 1 Leicester 1

    This is a big one now. Despite two very confident performances against two of our closest rivals we badly need a win and three points to be on our way. Strongest possible starting eleven. Perhaps it makes sense to play a 433 to shore up the defense. Arrizabalaga; Azpilicueta, Zouma, Christensen, Emerson; Kante, Jorginho, Kovacic; Pedro, Abraham, Pulisic Subs: Caballero, Tomori, Alonso, Barkley, Willian, Mount, Giroud
  14. Liverpool 2 Chelsea FC 2 (Liverpool wins 5-4 Pens)

    Quite right. Kepa stayed on his line for all of their penalties. I think she didn’t have the balls to order that one to be re-taken as it was the deciding one. But you can’t tell a keeper “I’m watching you” and then let it slide. Anyhow, I’m fully expecting us the be a big loser with VAR so go into every game convinced we’ll be shafted at least once or twice for critical match-deciding situations.
  15. Liverpool 2 Chelsea FC 2 (Liverpool wins 5-4 Pens)

    Fully agreed Nobly. Now go get a kitkat, you deserve it!