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Chelsea

Has John Terry been stripped of the Chelsea captaincy?


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Tenacious D

Registered User
Yi-Long said:
I dont really give a .... who starts a thread... as long as it's there.
Why close this one because it wasnt started by a 'real' chelsea fan?
Because if you had been here when they started this same thread 2/3 months back the Admin/Modertator said he Closed it because it wasn't started by a chelsea fan and because it would just be a place for people to post crap about chelsea's transfers every five minutes.

Also there aren't much chelsea fans on the site to post into this thread.
 

nath_scfc

Registered User
Could a Chelsea fan please enlighten me on Jiri Jarosik. Has he signewd permanantly or on-loan? Me and a mate were discussing him t'other day and didn't know. Cheers.

NB: Ed de Goey still looks like a Porn Star.
 

LiamK

Registered User
He's signed a 2.5 year deal. With the option of the contract being cancelled without compensation after 6 months.

So, it's kind of a mixture between both, depending on how he's doing. At the moment he's looking good though, and I'd like him here for the whole 2 and a bit years.
 

davidlando1

Registered User
We love you Chelsea, We do! If there were only 3 Chelsea fans on this board, now there are 4. No championship in 50 years, count me in. They remind me of my beloved Cubs.
 

Hunter

BELIEVE
there must be more than 4 Chelsea fans on this board....
should make a poll then saying 'Are you a Chelsea fan ??' and see how many people vote 'Yes'......might work as long as people arent being idiots and just clicking 'Yes' for the crack.......
 

AgentZero

Registered User
glory hunter eh?........it seems chelsea are jumping on the bandwagon too
no seriously, i really dislike when people say most of the people who support united nad arsenal are glory hunters.....i happen to started supporting united only becuase of one man ooooh ahhhh CANTONA and it just grew on me.
 

Figо10

Ace in the Pack
Everton 0 - 1 Chelsea

Full time.


Chelsea now 12 points clear at the top of the Premiership table.

With Petr Cech still unbeaten ;)
 

Tenacious D

Registered User
LosGalacticos said:
glory hunter eh?........it seems chelsea are jumping on the bandwagon too
no seriously, i really dislike when people say most of the people who support united nad arsenal are glory hunters.....i happen to started supporting united only becuase of one man ooooh ahhhh CANTONA and it just grew on me.
Yeh that's nice :rolleyes: , I doubt there are any glory hunters of Chelsea yet because we ain't won anything big.....yet. Obviously becoming a big team your are going to attract "Glory Hunters" it's natrual when I was little my whole class was Man U supporters then half of them switched to Arsenal some people had never even heard of Chelsea.

You only know when your team has Glory hunters when two or three girls in your class support your team because girls don't reall like football.
 

Figо10

Ace in the Pack
Heaven said:
Yeh that's nice :rolleyes: , I doubt there are any glory hunters of Chelsea yet because we ain't won anything big.....yet. Obviously becoming a big team your are going to attract "Glory Hunters" it's natrual when I was little my whole class was Man U supporters then half of them switched to Arsenal some people had never even heard of Chelsea.

You only know when your team has Glory hunters when two or three girls in your class support your team because girls don't reall like football.
You can identify a glory hunter if they attend the match and keeps on saying things like, "Who's the red team?", "Who's that player?", "That Henry, he plays for Manchester right?" etc...

Or they can't even pronounce or spell their names correctly.
 

Joel

Administrator
Staff member
davidlando1 said:
We love you Chelsea, We do! If there were only 3 Chelsea fans on this board, now there are 4.QUOTE]

Guess u can say 5 now that I've joined.
 

Hunter

BELIEVE
i think that there is one girl in my tutor who supports United but im not sure...
i have been supporting United since i was about 4...and it annoys me when people say that im a Glory Hunter.....im sure it annoys every United fan going....
 

Tenacious D

Registered User
Figо10 said:
You can identify a glory hunter if they attend the match and keeps on saying things like, "Who's the red team?", "Who's that player?", "That Henry, he plays for Manchester right?" etc...

Or they can't even pronounce or spell their names correctly.
Actually True but my spelling ain't great so yeh I can sometimes spell names wrong I attend Loads of games more than most in this forum, However I can't really care I only get pissed off when people ask me what team I support and I go Chelsea and then they go oh your a glory hunting supporter that pisses me off but I know 3 people in my year that are close friends and they have been supporting them since year 7 atlseast (I didn't know them before this) but I might add they haven't attend a game but I know they aint glory hunted
 

LiamK

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It's quite hard to spot gloryhunters at the Bridge actually, I've no doubt that there are some.

Although I'd count the people who say they support Chelsea for ten years or so, but have only actually been interested and passionate about Chelsea these past two years as gloryhunters as well. They may have been categorised as Chelsea fans, but what response do they have to the song "Where were you when you were shit?" - they were probably at home checking teletext at 5:30pm then staying up for Match of the Day.

Yet know they're my main competition when I'm trying to book tickets!

Bastids.
 

Hunter

BELIEVE
Heaven said:
Actually True but my spelling ain't great so yeh I can sometimes spell names wrong I attend Loads of games more than most in this forum, However I can't really care I only get pissed off when people ask me what team I support and I go Chelsea and then they go oh your a glory hunting supporter that pisses me off but I know 3 people in my year that are close friends and they have been supporting them since year 7 atlseast (I didn't know them before this) but I might add they haven't attend a game but I know they aint glory hunted
same here mate....i dont usually go to the matches as they are hard to get tickets for...but i have been to a few matches..which were great i might add. but i have been supporting United since i started watching the game and i was about 4 when i started to see it...i have been supporting United for around a decade and i still get called a glory hunter which really gets on my nerves so bad...
 

AgentZero

Registered User
well i support united although i live on the other side of the world, the only way i cane see them is FOXsports and im trying to convince my old man to get MUTV on the dish.
i dunno if ye class me as a glory-hunter but if i lived in the vicinty of Old Trafford id go down and even see the academy lads play.
 

Figо10

Ace in the Pack
Heaven said:
Actually True but my spelling ain't great so yeh I can sometimes spell names wrong I attend Loads of games more than most in this forum, However I can't really care I only get pissed off when people ask me what team I support and I go Chelsea and then they go oh your a glory hunting supporter that pisses me off but I know 3 people in my year that are close friends and they have been supporting them since year 7 atlseast (I didn't know them before this) but I might add they haven't attend a game but I know they aint glory hunted
Being a real fan and not a glory-hunter doesn't necessarily mean they have to go to their club's matches. Like those fans in Asia, how often is it that they travel to Europe to watch these games?

I know many people who are starting to support Chelsea and Barcelona this season. Especially Chelsea - now their blue jerseys seem to be everywhere, printed with new names like Drogba, Duff, and of course Robben.

Anyway good luck to the Chelsea fans here, hope you win teh quadruple ;)
 

Tenacious D

Registered User
LiamK said:
It's quite hard to spot gloryhunters at the Bridge actually, I've no doubt that there are some.

Although I'd count the people who say they support Chelsea for ten years or so, but have only actually been interested and passionate about Chelsea these past two years as gloryhunters as well. They may have been categorised as Chelsea fans, but what response do they have to the song "Where were you when you were shit?" - they were probably at home checking teletext at 5:30pm then staying up for Match of the Day.

Yet know they're my main competition when I'm trying to book tickets!

Bastids.
But Liam im sure at the end of the season when Chelsea win the tittle you won't care about the 'Glory Hunters' will you? I know I won't people that know me know I have supported them since I was little My dad got me Tickets the year before Roman because we never had time with the little ones and all and since then iv'e been going regulary.

I get some free tickets for playing for them but I get loads of tickets when my dad buys them and I agree with you that you can't tell the differnce although you can kind of because there are some forigens in the crowd Russian or whatever or Italien.
 

DJ_Smurf_2004

Registered User
well, i am a chelsea fan and have been for the past 6-7 years after supporting my sort of home town team Liverpool. I changed because I liked Vialli as a manager compared to Roy Evans lol

Anyway....There's 6 Chelsea fans now huh?! :D
 

LiamK

Registered User
well i support united although i live on the other side of the world, the only way i cane see them is FOXsports and im trying to convince my old man to get MUTV on the dish.
i dunno if ye class me as a glory-hunter but if i lived in the vicinty of Old Trafford id go down and even see the academy lads play.
I've nothing against overseas fans, obviously they can't attend many/any games, but if they've clearly got the passion for their clubs, then good for them. It's the fans who live a train ride away from Old Trafford, Highbury or Stamford Bridge and never bother to go that piss me off.

The corporates and the day trippers are easy to spot. They're usually the ones who bring their shopping bags and flasks with them and sit in the east/west upper. Or the ones who just clap everything, Chelsea or not.
 
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