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or scoring goals or making goals.

Since Allen returned to the side we've put five past Norwich, three past Everton, three past Weat Ham, five past Spurs, three past Cardiff and deserved to put a couple more past Man City.

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I really, really, really want us to win this one. I couldn't give a fuck about Mourinho's record, I don't care that they're 'chavs', I don't care about anything bar the three points. I don't think we need to win to get back into the top four over the long stretch - after all, most of our hard away games will have already been played, leaving us a tidy set of fixtures for the rest of the season - but it would keep up right in the mix going into those games. It'll be a kick in the teeth if we come away from this and the City game with nothing, knowing full well we're capable of winning both.

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The loss of Ramires will be detrimental to a Chelsea that probably has more midfielders than our entire squad, with no exaggeration whatsoever!! Sheer wishful thinking. This is a game that is as pivotal for Chelsea as it's for us; so mourinho will make sure they produce their most cautious, tactical game to win it. And if we continue with our pedestrian set piece defending and wastefulness in front of goal, God help us, as we  would potentially be staring at fifth spot at the end of the day, four places below where we're only this time last week. We should be able to deliver the perfect game to be able to take away a result let alone win it comfortably as some on here would like to have us believe. We should be prepared for a tough tough game. 

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I really, really, really want us to win this one. I couldn't give a fuck about Mourinho's record, I don't care that they're 'chavs', I don't care about anything bar the three points. I don't think we need to win to get back into the top four over the long stretch - after all, most of our hard away games will have already been played, leaving us a tidy set of fixtures for the rest of the season - but it would keep up right in the mix going into those games. It'll be a kick in the teeth if we come away from this and the City game with nothing, knowing full well we're capable of winning both.

 

I'd love to pretend this was my view (I'm not suggesting you're pretending!) but I absolutely detest that football club. Manager, fans, players, and owners. Scum.

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I'd love to pretend this was my view (I'm not suggesting you're pretending!) but I absolutely detest that football club. Manager, fans, players, and owners. Scum.

Out of interest, did you detest Ken Bates-era Chelsea?

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Out of interest, did you detest Ken Bates-era Chelsea?

 

Difficult to answer. I think it was just slightly different. Some of the meatheads have been replaced with the entitled. Still had plenty of hateful aspects to the club.

 

No doubt money has changed the club immeasurably though.

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Just seen this on twiiter if anyone is going today

 

If you're off to Chelsea today - there are no Tubes to or from Fulham Broadway, nearest station that's open is Earls Court

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Out of interest, did you detest Ken Bates-era Chelsea?

 

To be fair Scum and Ken Bates are words that belong together

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Out of interest, did you detest Ken Bates-era Chelsea?

Things change, you've apparently been posting here for a year and I'd never noticed until about a month ago at which point you jumped on your high horse.

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Things change, you've apparently been posting here for a year and I'd never noticed until about a month ago at which point you became a high and mighty prissy arse.

I'm not high and mighty at all, it's a genuine question.

 

Ken Bates, in my opinion, was as dislikeable as Ambramovic. Bates is an arrogant, self-serving twat who had little regard for football supporters. He wanted to put football fans behind electrified fences, remember?

 

As for Chelsea, I neither like nor dislike the club. But then again, I don't even dislike Man United as much as I used to. No longer attending matches has lead to me being a bit disenchanted with modern football and has dampened my passion.

 

A lot of Chelsea fans do come across as bellends, and some of their songs/chants vile, but all clubs have their dick-heads. I've got to know one or two Chelsea fans since I moved down south. I have to say they are thoroughly decent people, and time-served match-goers to boot.

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I've known a few good Chelsea fans, but I tend to view them in the same vein as Daily Mail readers, Dan Brown fans or dyed in the wool Tories, they can be nice people one to one, but when you look at what it is they ardently follow you can't help but think slightly less of them.

 

CL football has been a little sullied by Chelsea's win for me, it's like a nice pub that some wanker's found and started acted like he's always been a regular and even tells you about it.

 

And then there are those flags. And everyone saying Mourinho is good for the league. 

 

I accepted the defeat against City maturely, partially because it was a good performance against a tough side, but I think subconsciously part of that attitude was because I figured we'd only have a chance to win one of the two big games and this is the one I want, more than anything.

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Hated them since they beat us in cup in 1997

I was more pissed off with us than I was with them after that defeat. Heartless!

They are a bunch of cunts though.

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Got to go for the win today. I really think our energy and movement can cause them problems. Just have to make sure that we defend well from corners and set pieces.

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Just wanted to bump this again if you know anyone going today

 

there are no Tubes to or from Fulham Broadway, nearest station that's open is Earls Court

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Tony doesn't go the match anymore, he mentioned this one or two or fifty times.

He doesn't dislike anyone anymore, so please lets all follow suit.

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I'm not high and mighty at all, it's a genuine question.

 

Ken Bates, in my opinion, was as dislikeable as Ambramovic. Bates is an arrogant, self-serving twat who had little regard for football supporters. He wanted to put football fans behind electrified fences, remember?

 

As for Chelsea, I neither like nor dislike the club. But then again, I don't even dislike Man United as much as I used to. No longer attending matches has lead to me being a bit disenchanted with modern football and has dampened my passion.

 

A lot of Chelsea fans do come across as bellends, and some of their songs/chants vile, but all clubs have their dick-heads. I've got to know one or two Chelsea fans since I moved down south. I have to say they are thoroughly decent people, and time-served match-goers to boot.

 

I'm mates with a few die-hard Chelsea fans and they are good fellas.... until.... the subject of Football comes up and they are the southern versions of the Bitters. I refuse to talk footy with them because I end up wanting to headbutt the cunts. 

 

All match-goers though, they go up from Pompey every other week and stuff, can't fault that like but I still hate Chelsea 

 

One of my best mates down here  is a Manc from Flint. I'm not fussy. 

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