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Chelsea

Has John Terry been stripped of the Chelsea captaincy?


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Akineye

Registered User
DJ_Smurf_2004 said:
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
You switched alliances because you prefferred a London team's manager than your local team?

Fickle.
 

Tenacious D

Registered User
LiamK said:
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.
LOL but the older ones are usually genuine.
 

Nturtle

Mr. Kung Fu Soccer
Heh...nice 1-0 result btw...self-destructing opponents...bah...stupid Beattie...at least a good game soothes us title chasers...but this is literally handing it to Chelsea...lucky I keep saying!!
 

nacco

PES-master
Nturtle said:
lucky I keep saying!!
I wouldn't call it lucky since Chelsea dominated the entire match.

(Isn't this already the tenth match without a goal scored against The Blues?) :D
 

LiamK

Registered User
961 minutes ;)

World record is 1200 odd held by Atletico Madrid. Got some way to go yet, although next four Premiership games are Norwich, West Brom, Palace, Southampton and Birmingham :)

Then comes the big dogs though. Arsenal and Man Utd consecutively.
 

Tenacious D

Registered User
LiamK said:
961 minutes ;)

World record is 1200 odd held by Atletico Madrid. Got some way to go yet, although next four Premiership games are Norwich, West Brom, Palace, Southampton and Birmingham :)

Then comes the big dogs though. Arsenal and Man Utd consecutively.
Those are all bottom teams the season ain't far too go.
 

ChelseaDave

Registered User
LiamK said:
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.
Or the people who come in their suits with their wives and briefcases, complaining they could be doing something else right now. That was the case at the West Ham game anyway.

We should have won by so much more yesterday though, how fucking frustrating was that? We completely dominated the game. James Beattie is a fucking nob, and he should have no complaints on his Rhino charge on Gallas. John Terry is out for the game against Newcastle, but atleast Carvalho is back now.

Duff was magnificent yesterday aswell.
 

Tenacious D

Registered User
ChelseaDave said:
Or the people who come in their suits with their wives and briefcases, complaining they could be doing something else right now. That was the case at the West Ham game anyway.

We should have won by so much more yesterday though, how fucking frustrating was that? We completely dominated the game. James Beattie is a fucking nob, and he should have no complaints on his Rhino charge on Gallas. John Terry is out for the game against Newcastle, but atleast Carvalho is back now.

Duff was magnificent yesterday aswell.
So was Joey he was good although don't know why he came of has only finished one whole game, in the end it could have been 4 or 5.
 

ChelseaDave

Registered User
Joe Cole was being a typical Joe Cole, he did very well until it came to his final product, where he dissapointed. He needs to become more consistent if he wants to be a first team regular.
 

Tenacious D

Registered User
ChelseaDave said:
Joe Cole was being a typical Joe Cole, he did very well until it came to his final product, where he dissapointed. He needs to become more consistent if he wants to be a first team regular.
For me I think he tries to hard personally he needs to be certain of a place in the team.
 

LiamK

Registered User
Bad news, seems as though Eidur's got himself arrested for drink-driving on Saturday night.

Well, it couldn't have been speeding could it? And at least he can't have hit anything behind the wheel.

He obviously thinks one goal in 9 games is something worth celebrating!

Could be bow-locks though. I think he was at the police station, but the police have to bring you back to the station if you're breath-test was inconclusive. So they give you a blood test to determine your results - so it could just be that, and then he was let go. Who knows.
 

nacco

PES-master
adams9802 said:
still going out to celebrate after scoring one goal that's not even say a cup final goal is a bit laughable.
Because of that goal there are still 14 points between Chelsea and Arsenal ;)
 

nacco

PES-master
Chelsea do the "Treble"
Tuesday, Feb 15, 2005


José Mourinho has won the Barclays Manager of the Month Award for January, defender John Terry has won Barclays Player of the Month and Petr Cech has been given a special Barclays Merit Award — making Chelsea the first team to be given all three Barclays Premiership awards in one month.

Mourinho’s award, his second this season, seals a successful January for Chelsea who picked up 12 points out of 12 with decisive away wins at Liverpool (1-0) and Tottenham (2-0) and dominant displays at Stamford Bridge with wins over Middlesbrough (2-0) and Portsmouth (3-0).

Chelsea kept four clean sheets in as many matches in January largely due to the powerful presence of Barclays Player of the Month John Terry. The Chelsea captain has become an inspirational leader for the Blues, helping them extend their lead at the top of the Barclays Premiership with his reliable tough tackling and precision passing.

Petr Cech has also been given a special Barclays Merit Award for keeping 10 consecutive clean sheets in the Barclays Premiership — a new Premiership record.

Cech last conceded a goal in Chelsea’s 2-2 draw at Highbury on 12 December. Since then he’s played an incredible 961 minutes of Barclays Premiership football without having to take the ball out of the back of the net. Cech has played in all Chelsea’s 27 Barclays Premiership outings this season and has not conceded a goal in 19 of these games.

The decisions were made by the Barclays Awards Panel, which includes representatives from football’s governing bodies, the media and fans.

Nic Gault, from the Barclays Awards Panel, said: “Chelsea have had a blistering start to 2005, with José Mourinho’s tactical sharpness, John Terry’s inspirational presence and the record breaking Petr Cech. They now look favourites to scoop the Barclays Premiership - their first domestic league honour for nearly 50 years.”
 

nacco

PES-master
Chelsea do not need Cole - Terry

John Terry does not think Chelsea need Ashley Cole
League probes Cole claim
Chelsea have no need to pursue Arsenal left-back Ashley Cole, according to Blues captain John Terry.

Chelsea are being investigated by the Premier League over an alleged illegal approach for the Gunners' England star.

But Blues centre-half Terry said Chelsea were already in possession of a world-class left-back in Wayne Bridge.

"Bridge is a first-class player, one of the best left-backs in the world so why do we need to go out and do that?" he told BBC Radio Five Live.

"Ashley's a great player, I'm not denying that.

"But I think if you speak to Ashley, he's Arsenal through and through.

"It is the same with me, I don't want to ever leave Chelsea."

Terry added: "It's all about opinions. I'm not Sven-Goran Eriksson's first-choice. If Mr Mourinho had the chance to buy Sol Campbell or Rio Ferdinand, would he? I don't know, you'd have to ask him that."

Cole reportedly met Blues boss Jose Mourinho and chief executive Peter Kenyon in a London hotel in January.

Chelsea have not publicly confirmed or denied the meeting, which would be in breach of Premier League rule K3.

But both clubs have pledged to co-operate with the inquiry.

Bridge signed for Chelsea in the summer of 2003 from Southampton for £7m, one of the first signings by previous boss Claudio Ranieri after the massive injection of cash by Roman Abramovich.

When Mourinho took over he brought his own right-back to Stamford Bridge, in the shape of Paolo Ferreira from former club Porto, but he did not move for a left-sided defender.

However, Mourinho did sell a left-back when Celestine Babayaro was allowed to join Newcastle in January.

That left Bridge as the only senior left-back at Chelsea, and Mourinho has admitted the position will be a priority for him in the summer.
 

Barry

Registered User
Bridge has enough class for Chelsea, i rate him high in my standards.
They should buy one for the bench( or you try Kezman at that position :)
 
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