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  1. At this point, it's all about the pay cheque for Michael Owen. Whether it's to feed his gambling habits or payoff the gambling debts
  2. Tough draw for Chelsea, got a bad feeling about this one. With the transfer deadline, need to make a push to get one more striker to go forth with the league and Champions League as I'am not sold on Torres having turned a corner and carrying the entire load. Here are my predictions for the CL Group Stage of 1-2 finish: Group A: Porto, PSG Group B: Schalke, Arsenal Group C: Milan, Zenit Group D: Real Madrid, Manchester City Group E: Juventus, Chelsea Group F: Bayern, Lille Group G, Barcelona, Spartak Moscow Group H: Manchester United, Galatasaray
  3. Newcastle fielded a B squad in their Europa fixture, try again Scum supporter. And Carrick? LOL............. was not even good enough for England, jog on my son
  4. An early test for Chelsea and was well played. I didn't think it was a dive by Torres, but it was a matter of time anyways for Chelsea to strike first against a Newcastle side that was simply outclassed. Superb job by Cahill to keeping the two-head Newcastle monsters in check all match long, I find a David Luiz and Gary Cahill tandem has more swagger than Terry and Gary Cahill. Still early, but Swansea looks like they got something special going and Michu could be another superb summer signing along the lines with Hazard. I follow a bit of La Liga as well and thought Michu was very underrated, he keeps it up and should get a call up by Spain. Another shakey performance by Man Utd and this was against a Dempsey-less Fulham! Should be no excuses for Man Utd especially after a light weight trophy-less last season, so therefore no hangovers, plus the major signings over the summer. Midfield is atrocious with the current players in there, no sync and fluid at all and Fergie is too arrogant to address it with the transfer window closing soon. But lucky for the Scums, they got a easy schedule for the next 6 rounds before they get Chelsea and Arsenal back-to-back.
  5. Quality start by Hazard! quality link up with Mata in the middle, could potentially be a deadly midfield combo with the bang on passes. Peeved off with sitting back after Lamps put us up 2nil, but since I was jumping up and down with the victories over Barca and Bayern last night, can't complain too much.
  6. Gutted, but proud of the boys. Roy Hodgson has done a fine job and to be thrown into the mix instantly with less than few months to prepare, I believe he has done a fine job so far and there is a lot of positives to take from this Euro to build on for WC. One thing that has impressed me about Roy Hodgson is that he picked the RIGHT players to play as a team, not a bunch of individuals. We lot were not expected to make it out of the group, but we did.
  7. it sure has been awhile, Norwich and Swansea were actually quite solid all season, I had QPR and Swansea for drop before the season started. I wonder if West Ham will stick around this time. So far I have QPR, Wigan, and Aston Villa for drop next season.
  8. a Cockeny is from East London, traditionally are supporters of West Ham. Nothing to do with Chelsea.
  9. Anybody heard of any upcoming summer friendly for the Whitecaps this summer? So far Montreal will be getting Lyon and TFC confirmed in April with Liverpool. Seattle will be hosting Chelsea (which I'am hoping to make the trip down).
  10. Whatever makes you feel better, haters are gonna hate. I'm from West London and been a Chelsea supporter all my life, blue is in my blood. The style of football can be played in so many ways, it so happens that the style Chelsea played knocked off Barcelona and Bayern Munich. CFC supporters and Chelsea FC can say we now have a European Cup. Spuds have no one to blame but themselves. They had their chances, plenty of them and blew them all away. The biggest chance was a few weeks back when Arsenal and Norwich took a draw and that reduced the Arsenal lead to a 2 pt gap. What does Tottenham do away at Aston Villa? What they do best, choking like they always have in club history by taking a draw.
  11. Carefree where ever you may be, we are the FAMOUS C-F-C!
  12. I been waiting for this day. 4 years ago I was in Moscow and I still remember it like yesterday. I know this time we are underdogs, but I still like our odds. Of all the suspended players missing for Chelsea, I will miss Ramires. This guy is literally the X-factor on the team that brings a whole another dimension. Chelsea wingers need to get ready to drop back quickly to support the defenders, or else that gap will be exposed by Bayern and then it is party time. I'm calling for penalties again.
  13. One day, I hope there is a super rich billionaire English businessman or the FA just buys up a club then frontloads it with only English players. There is a reason why Germany or Spain does so well at international, its because the team is loaded with players that already consistently play with one another on the same domestic league teams. If you look at the German squad list, most of the players may look like average, but they are the right players chosen to form a team to play as one. Then you look at the Spanish side, its actually a team of individual talent that also know how to play with one another because the bulk of the Spanish team are from Real Madrid or Barcelona!
  14. Up next a desperate New England side. Hopefully the travel across east and having played a midweek match won't have too much effect on the Caps. Will be very happy on a draw on this. Reckon Rennie will go conservative or all out on the lineup?
  15. My link Congrats! It's like every time he touched the ball, you knew he was dangerous and was going to do something special.