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About hjperdeath

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  • Birthday 05/01/1997

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  • Bio hibernating
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  • Location Melbourne, Australia
  • Favourite Chelsea Player Tammy Abraham
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  • Memory Bolton 2005. Munich 2012.
  • Interests Sports journalism, part-time football scouting and coaching , gaming.


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  1. Chelsea 4-4 Ajax

    truly a religious experience watching that game.
  2. Chelsea Kits thread

    haha, I actually feel like that's my favorite.
  3. The Conte Thread

    What a game-plan. Absolutely terrific. It's been a long time we set out do something this solid on the pitch. The 3 at back actually looks very feasible domestically.
  4. The Mourinho Thread

    I don't think he'll win the League immediately. I expect a very open race between the the usual three with new managers. Leicester will drop off eventually and Liverpool-Tottenham will be in the mix. Jose will eventually get his hands on the title, his ability to retain and repeat success over a longer period is a purely subjective matter for all of us. I don't really think anyone can predict whether he has learnt from his mistakes or not, cause the trend got pretty alarming this year, enough for him to notice. If he has, then sky's the limit for him. However putting to much thought into him and his side than they deserve. With a confident side under Conte, we should be aiming for the title next year.
  5. Damien Duff

    Was an absolute joy to watch, miss those days, long live Duffy.
  6. The Mourinho Thread

    Don't wanna be that guy, but its the setup at City with the Abu Dhabians, Qatar's more PSG-Barcelona centric.
  7. The Mourinho Thread

    And its good to be excited about Hiddink, with this kind of belief a man could do wonders.
  8. The Mourinho Thread

    There are like two school of thoughts each person could subscribe to - Either they played deliberately bad to get Mourinho the sack, due to his decisions or the way he made certain judgments and they felt they just didn't want to play under him anymore. Or, they were heavily restrained tactically and really didn't have the confidence to potray themselves. Side note, Sunderland have been awful really, and I think they carried in some complacency . but no team could play drastically better than the boys have today, and I don't see any tactical differences at all. It's all individual performances coming together very well. Anyway good result so far.
  9. The Mourinho Thread

    Considering the club fucked with him that bad, why would you say no to the severance package? Fuck me, I'd have taken the 40 million in a heart-beat.
  10. The Mourinho Thread

    Sounds like the CPO wants to stop the club from going ahead and building a new stadium?
  11. The Mourinho Thread

    Come back? The man deserves more than coming back to a club that sacked him twice. Thank you for the memories Jose, you'll forever be loved. Can't wait for the atmosphere next game , the players and the board will get their answer.
  12. The Mourinho Thread

    utter mindfuck and brilliant, kudos.
  13. The Mourinho Thread

    Diego Simeone? We aren't changing the tactical aspect then, it's only the man-management, a slight plus.
  14. The Mourinho Thread

    Nah a lot of people are, which is a good sign too, nothing bad to be ashamed about.
  15. The Mourinho Thread

    True. He'd give the youth a go to, apart from the fact that his philosophy is new and fresh. Grab him from the Saints like the Spurs did to Pochetinno. I love the way he works with the team, I remember being in a session conducted by one of his coaching staff and he's really well organized in terms of attacking drills and so on that so many complain about Jose's staff just not being good at.