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Chelsea just burnt themselves out, lucky to get a point in all honesty. 

 

If our Bitter Blue neighbours win against Villa on Friday they'll top the league. I can only imagine the absolute shite their fans will be spouting if that came to fruition. 

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1 minute ago, Pistonbroke said:

Chelsea just burnt themselves out, lucky to get a point in all honesty. 

 

If our Bitter Blue neighbours win against Villa on Friday they'll top the league. I can only imagine the absolute shite their fans will be spouting if that come to fruition. 

Be the best 24 hours of most of their fans lives. 

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1 minute ago, Doctor Troy said:

Be the best 24 hours of most of their fans lives. 

North Wales would be one big party for at least 16 hours. 

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8 minutes ago, johnsusername said:

Nothing against Lampard. He seems alright? Made up to see Chelsea in a slump though. Would love to give them a pasting this season. 

Is it just me who fucking hates fat Frank? I can't abide the cunt. 

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I remember when Chelsea drawing at home to Leicester would have had me doing cartwheels around the room (in my head) at what this meant for Liverpool's top four prospects. Now I'm like, that's cool, whatever. 

 

The best days of our lives are right now. Enjoy it while it lasts.

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6 minutes ago, deiseach said:

I remember when Chelsea drawing at home to Leicester would have had me doing cartwheels around the room (in my head) at what this meant for Liverpool's top four prospects. Now I'm like, that's cool, whatever. 

 

The best days of our lives are right now. Enjoy it while it lasts.

I probably celebrated more today than normal. My hatred for Chelsea just builds season on season regardless of how they compare to us. I just wish badness on them at every turn and that cunt of a manager of theirs. 

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I reckon Rodgers will prove this season that he knows a thing or two about getting a side to play. Leicester looked boss there. Im only watching on MOTD like but still. Some boss play. They don't stop. 

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