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11 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Classy fanbase. He's their greatest ever player ffs. 

Ironic that, judging by the Twitter reaction anyway, the majority of the fans calling for his head are the glory hunting fucks that only supported Chelsea because of the trophies that Lampard helped them get in the first place. Same mob that turned on Maureen in a big way when he looked past his sell by date.

 

Still, the pair of them are absolute cunts so, while I can question the fans loyalty, their judgement of character is beyond question.

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Look at the fans going mad. 

It's the typical young fans who have grown up with them being good or the foreign fans that had they been born 5 years later would be City fans 

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It's fine them wanting him gone but they should be respectful about it, given what he's done for the club as a player. Plastic cunts.

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After we drew with Newcastle I saw a few social media posts about Salah from the usual African football experts. One saying that Salah should leave. The bellend had a Liverpool top on in his picture then follows 4 other English teams and posts about them on his timeline. Not sure whether African footy fans understand the concept of supporting one club.

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1 hour ago, Strontium Dog™ said:

I'm detecting a little hostility among the Chelsea fanbase.

 

 

 

 

I bet those fans were saying the exact same shit when Villas-Boas was the manager. He had the likes of Captain Lionheart JT and 'Lamps' briefing against him in the press, and they could also go to Abramovich directly to whinge about the boss.

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28 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

After we drew with Newcastle I saw a few social media posts about Salah from the usual African football experts. One saying that Salah should leave. The bellend had a Liverpool top on in his picture then follows 4 other English teams and posts about them on his timeline. Not sure whether African footy fans understand the concept of supporting one club.

Wow.

 

I do assure you of the fact that you would find bellends like those in every race and continent. 

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Just now, Supremolad said:

Wow.

 

I do assure you of the fact that you would find bellends like those in every race and continent. 

Of course but on all these news feeds it is mainly bellends from South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria who support about 4  different clubs and change their allegiances when it suits. 

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51 minutes ago, Jack the Sipper said:

Ironic that, judging by the Twitter reaction anyway, the majority of the fans calling for his head are the glory hunting fucks that only supported Chelsea because of the trophies that Russian Oil money helped them get in the first place. Same mob that turned on Maureen in a big way when he looked past his sell by date.

 

Still, the pair of them are absolute cunts so, while I can question the fans loyalty, their judgement of character is beyond question.

Fixed that. Without the Russian Oil money they wouldn't have had all of those trophies and all of those plastic fans and flags. 

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Chelsea Dad I speak to when I pick Turdsette up from school seems very happy with him and the strategy of ‘giving yoof a chance and trying to build samfink’. It’s refreshing to see them try something different apparently. The £200m spent in the last window has been glossed over. 

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8 minutes ago, Captain Turdseye said:

Chelsea Dad I speak to when I pick Turdsette up from school seems very happy with him and the strategy of ‘giving yoof a chance and trying to build samfink’. It’s refreshing to see them try something different apparently. The £200m spent in the last window has been glossed over. 

A fresh perspective. You can only agree with that.

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1 hour ago, Doctor Troy said:

After we drew with Newcastle I saw a few social media posts about Salah from the usual African football experts. One saying that Salah should leave. The bellend had a Liverpool top on in his picture then follows 4 other English teams and posts about them on his timeline. Not sure whether African footy fans understand the concept of supporting one club.

GET OUT OF MY CLUB!!!

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14 minutes ago, Halcyon Days said:

If Gerrard was struggling to get us in top 4 we’d have exactly the same online gobshite fans giving him down the banks.

Leave it out I wouldn’t mate I would just support one of my other teams like City or Utd, or Barca or Real, PSG or Bayern.

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Utter fucking blaggard. I'm being generous with him here, wanker of the highest order. Top notch fucking prick of a man. Smarmy cunt. Fuck him. Sooner the Russian mafia bastards sack him the better. Twat. 

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I reckon Brendan Rodgers would fuck Leicester off to go there.

 

Doubt Ancelotti would be interested, he's happy at Everton where there's no real pressure and he's earning good money.

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Phil McNulty speaks!

The sight of Chelsea's marquee summer signing Timo Werner crumpling feebly to the floor after kicking the flag instead of the ball while taking a corner summed up one the most wretched days Frank Lampard has endured as Chelsea manager.

It was of no significance to the outcome, coming two minutes from the end of this magnificent Manchester City procession with Pep Guardiola's side leading 3-0.

Even so, this almost comic moment epitomised the sheer haplessness of Chelsea's performance, the inability to perform even the most basic tasks, that will have raised eyebrows at every level of Stamford Bridge, including the club's notoriously demanding hierarchy.

Firstly, the sheer flowing brilliance of City must be fully acknowledged, the final 3-1 scoreline nowhere near a true reflection of their superiority despite having to field a side seriously weakened by Covid-19 and injury.

The manner in which they made light of their reduced circumstances was a serious statement of intent in the context of the Premier League. They had not hit top gear this season but this was overdrive and then some.

As for Chelsea and Lampard, where can you even start after a thoroughly ugly and abysmal 90 minutes that brought their recent decline in form into even sharper focus?

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Three goals in 16 first-half minutes at Stamford Bridge ended the game as a contest

When Chelsea lost 1-0 at Everton on 12 December, it was the end of 17-game unbeaten run that had prompted title talk - albeit talk Lampard was very swift to dismiss.

What Lampard cannot dismiss is what has taken place since.

Four defeats and one draw from their past six league games leave Chelsea in eighth place, admittedly only three points behind Tottenham in fourth having played a game more, but with results, performances and morale on a steep downward trajectory.

Instead, Chelsea were embarrassed as Manchester City cut them apart with first-half goals from Ilkay Gundogan, Phil Foden and Kevin de Bruyne. The latter's goal, in particular, hinted at a Chelsea team that was completely broken.

It was a lethal combination of the amateurish and the disorganised that saw Chelsea caught upfield from their own free-kick, De Bruyne's header leaving Raheem Sterling in a straight race with N'Golo Kante. The Belgian cruised upfield to apply the final classy touches as his team-mate's shot came back off the post.

And to add to that embarrassment, City were without world-class keeper Ederson, Gabriel Jesus, Kyle Walker, Eric Garcia and Ferran Torres as a result of Covid-19 - although they still had the likes of Sergio Aguero and Riyad Mahrez to bring on in the closing moments.

Ederson's replacement, Premier League debutant Zack Steffen, had one anxious moment when he picked up Rodri's backpass in the opening minutes but other than that the 25-year-old American had the sort of easy introduction he would have dreamed of.

Chelsea's second-half performance carried no hint of defiance or threat, no confidence or cohesion. They could and should have lost by more but City were on easy street.

Yes, it is difficult at 3-0 down but the resigned, defeatist air was a very bad sign for Lampard. Callum Hudson-Odoi's late goal should not be dignified with the description of "consolation", beyond making the scoreline look even kinder to Chelsea and Lampard than it actually was.

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Timo Werner is 12 games without a goal in all competitions for Chelsea

Of course Lampard will talk of transition, of new players needing time to settle in new surroundings. He will want all expectations to be viewed through that prism - but this is Chelsea, and Lampard knows the score better than anyone.

When he was a player at Chelsea, a succession of managers bit the dust and carried all the responsibility when crises came, often amid talk of the influence of a powerful Stamford Bridge dressing room. He has tried to manage expectations this season and he deserved full credit for putting Chelsea in the top four last season after assuming control with the club operating under a transfer embargo.

Expectations rise, however, when your reward for finishing fourth is more than £200m of investment to sign talent including Werner, who has now gone 12 games without a goal, while Kai Havertz, the 21-year-old Germany international signed for more than £71m from Bayer Leverkusen, has struggled to adapt and was on the bench against City.

The other big arrivals were £50m Ben Chilwell from Leicester City, Hakim Ziyech from Ajax and keeper Edouard Mendy from Rennes. Paris St-Germain's veteran Brazil captain Thiago Silva was also lured to west London by a lucrative financial package.

It is the form of the two Germany internationals that will increase the pressure on Lampard. The quicker he can get a tune out of two undoubtedly fine talents the sooner he can pull Chelsea out of a troubling slump.

There is also the Roman Abramovich factor to consider.

Abramovich, understandably, will expect considerable bang for his considerable buck. The owner will not settle for less because of Lampard's legendary status as a Chelsea player. History tells us he is not the sentimental type when it comes to managers.

Chelsea did, however, invest in a different type of manager when they appointed the emerging Lampard after one season at Derby County in succession to the experience of the likes of Maurizio Sarri, Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho. It remains to be seen whether that shift in emphasis translates to more time and patience.

Despite their miserable form, there is still not a huge gap between Chelsea and top four, and a place in this season's Champions League last 16 has already been secured - although if they perform in this manner Atletico Madrid will make painfully short work of them.

Lampard's defence will be that he needs time to shape a new squad. What he actually needs are results and his big summer signings to start justifying Abramovich's hefty financial backing. And he needs both quickly.

Lampard knows the rules at Chelsea. He lived with them long enough.

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33 minutes ago, Mathewbet1 said:

Good call i bet there's a fair chance that Rodgers could be at either Arsenal or Chelsea by the end of the season.

Rodgers would suit Arsenal down to the ground. Tippy tappy all day long and I mean that in a nice sense. They'd get on well, wouldn't win fuck all but they'd get on well. Chelsea hed be sacked in a year like the rest of em.

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He’s behind Carlo Magnifico though. 

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