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Chelsea 2-2 Spurs: Says It All Really!

Not Long Now!

By Since66
May 9 2013

In ten days time Fatty will ‘interim’ us no longer. Get your coat and your hat and get out of the Cobham door via America. Sunday 19th May will be a day of ‘celebration’ knowing that fatty will ‘lead us’ no more. He is not us he is he – ex-Liverpool, a Chelsea hater ‘I will never take the Chelsea job.’ plastics flags, fans. I really don’t  need to remind you.

It has been a ‘horrendous’ time since he took over in November.

All this us and we.

There is no us and we, it is all you, you and you and soon your you will come to an end.

What you do in America in the two games against City, I really do not give a flying FCUK.

After a 69 game season (yep last night’s game was match 66) what will two ‘tired’ post season friendlies prove?


It’s all about the brand – Ridiculous!

With his starting line-up, Fatty completely disregarded history, hostility, legends and leaders by leaving ‘Captain, Leader, Legend, One England Captain’ JT on the bench (AGAIN) and Super ‘201 goal’ Frankie Lampard, although Fatty did say today (Thursday) that Super ‘201 goal’ Frankie Lampard WILL start at Villa Park, Saturday lunchtime, but couldn’t guarantee him, along with JT a starting place in the Europa League final next Wednesday against Benfica.



Fortunately our record against Tottenham of not having won at The Bridge since Gary ‘MOTD, Walkers Crisps’ Lineker scored the winner in a 2-1 win in 1990 remains intact (only just) after Tottenham came from behind twice then deep into stoppage time at the end of the game, The Bridge collectively fell silent then Cechie Boy comfortably saved (say again), comfortably saved a Gareth Bale free-kick.

A win for Chelsea would have cemented their CL ambitions, whereas a Tottenham win would have put the cat amongst the pigeons.

AVB went for it whereas Fatty settled for a 2-2 draw once substitute Sigurdsson equalised in the 80th minute by bringing on his best mate Benayoun four minutes later for opening goalscorer Oscar.

A decision that was met by a resounding chorus of boos.

JT and Super Frank left on the bench, Benayoun on for six minutes – says it all really!


Chelsea: Cech (c), Azpilicueta, Cahill, Ivanovic, Cole, Ramires, Luiz, Oscar (Benayoun 84), Mata, Hazard (Moses 73), Torres

Goals: Oscar 10, Ramires 38

Booked: Ramires 90


Tottenham: Lloris, Walker, Dawson (c), Vertonghen, Assou-Ekotto, Huddlestone, Parker, Lennon (Sigurdsson 61), Holtby (Dempsey 70), Bale, Adebayor.

Goals: Adebayor 26, Sigurdsson 80

Booked: Vertonghen 78, Bale 86


NEXT UP: Aston Villa (a), Saturday 11th May, k.o. 12.45pm


COMING UP: FA Youth Cup Final 2nd Leg v Norwich (h), Monday 13th May 2013, LIVE Updates from 7.45pm.






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Chelsea 2-2 Spurs: Says It All Really!
Discussion started by 50 Years Over 100 Years , 09/05/2013 20:32
50 Years Over 100 Years
09/05/2013 20:32
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09/05/2013 21:26
For me it wasn't Oscar off and Benayoun on that was the problem, it was taking Hazard off and replacing him with Moses. Up to that point Hazard was the out ball and he kept hold of it, time after time Moses is unable to do that after coming off the bench.

The sooner Benitez goes the better.


10/05/2013 17:21
I love your style of writing and delivery...

Please keep up the good work.

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