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About KevinAshburner

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  1. Man United 2-0 Chelsea

  2. Man United 2-0 Chelsea

    It's absolutely pissing bucketing down with rain in Manchester and Begovic terribly GK positioning isn't going to help us today.
  3. The English Football Thread

    a video just uploaded on official YouTube channel for Good Morning Britain [GMB] Accents! | Good Morning Britain GMB talking to the 2 Michael Jackson's Brothers. one of Them is a Chelsea Fan. The Interview starts at 2:13 -to- 3:13 into the video.
  4. Man United 2-0 Chelsea

    The United Stand [Man Utd Fan Channel Hosted by and Owned by Mark Goldbridge] Live Stream Preview on CFC vs MUFC Manchester United vs Chelsea LIVE PREVIEW it starts at 20:30 / 8:30 pm Tonight England Time https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMmVPVb0BwSIOWVeDwlPocQ/videos
  5. Man United 2-0 Chelsea

    Chelsea has to score and put 4 to 6 goals past Man Utd on Sunday for United Board to Sack Mourinho. because I doubt Man Utd Board will accept another 4 goals being put past United Net. I am hoping at full time this will be Mourinho Last game as United Manager. Being Sacked from his Final Premier League Managerial Job in England as well. http://www.11v11.com/teams/chelsea/tab/opposingTeams/opposition/Manchester United/ Chelsea FC Last 2 Results against Man Utd 23 Oct 2016 Chelsea v Manchester United W 4-0 Premier League 13 Mar 2017 Chelsea v Manchester United W 1-0 FA Cup
  6. Man United 2-0 Chelsea

    Play Kante in Costa Position and then play Cesc in Kante Position. Another Goal for Kante. CFC 3 - 1 MANUTD (FT)
  7. Dele Alli

    don't you worry at the end of the next 2 seasons. harry kane and Dele Alli will both be burned out and will have receive enough knocks and they will become the new Radamel Falcao's. so don't bother with them. I can't tell you why I know this, but it will happen.
  8. The Mourinho Thread

    The Mourinho Out Hashtag gets worse every week and every month. Peoples hatred of Mourinho Boils over. Just Watch the Live tweets feeds. #MourinhoOut https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&q=%23MourinhoOut&src=typd
  9. 10. Eden Hazard

    Hazard would score more goals, if he played as a CF/Striker or in Diego Costa Position.
  10. Chelsea 2-1 Man City

    man city players look more physically and mentally fatigued and their defence is a lot easier to play against than crystal palace. also depending on Hazard and Costa fitness we will win 3 - 1.
  11. Chelsea 1-2 Crystal Palace

    #ConteOut #MaticOut #CahillOut #DavidLuizOut #DiegoCostaOut
  12. Chelsea Kits 2016/17

    this is my favourite away kit. Chelsea FC - 3rd kit (Umbro 1993-1994 season) https://chelseafan12.com/product/chelsea-fc-match-worn-shirt-mal-donaghy-19931994-3rd-kit/
  13. Alexis Sanchez

  14. Alexis Sanchez

    what I can't understand about footballers is they have enough money in their bank account yet, somehow they are not happy at a club and want to leave so badly yet, all they have to do is hand in a contract termination contract and leave straight away and become a free agent. Then Sanchez can play for Chelsea and then enjoy the last remaining matches in The Premier League.
  15. The English Football Thread

    REVEALED: Why Brexit could hurt Chelsea more than any other club The government will trigger Article 50 today BYDAVID DUBAS-FISHER 10:27, 29 MAR 2017 http://www.football.london/chelsea-fc/news/revealed-brexit-could-hurt-chelsea-12812812 The United Kingdom's exit from the EU could impact Chelsea more than any other Premier League club. Almost three quarters of the appearances made by the club’s players and more than three quarters of the goals that they have scored have been by players either from the EU or with an EU second nationality. The government will trigger Article 50 today and formally begin the process of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union. With EU nationals’ rights to continue to live and work in the UK yet to be agreed, football.london have taken a look to see which clubs could be most affected by a “hard Brexit.” EU nationals have made a total of 222 Premier League appearances for Chelsea so far this season, more than for any other club. A further 73 have been made by players who are from outside of the EU but have dual nationality from an EU country, such as David Luiz who is a Portuguese citizen as well as being Brazilian. That works out at 273 appearances by players whose status could be impacted by a hard Brexit - almost three quarters (74%) of all Chelsea league appearances this season. No other Premier League club has given a larger share of its total appearances to EU players. It will come as no surprise then that a larger percentage of Chelsea’s goals have been scored by EU players than at any other club. As many as 45 of the 58 league goals scored by Chelsea players this season (78%) have been scored by players either from the EU or with dual EU nationality. Manchester City are one of the next most impacted clubs. As many as 59% of their appearances have been made by players either from the EU or with EU dual nationality such as Sergio Aguero (Spanish). That’s the second highest percentage in the division. They’re followed by West Ham (57%), Arsenal (54%) and Middlesbrough (53%). In terms of goals, Boro are the second most affected team in the league after Chelsea. As many as 74% of the league goals that their players have scored this season have been by EU nationals. EU nationals have scored 71% of Manchester United’s league goals, 62% of Manchester City’s and 61% of Swansea’s. Players from the Republic of Ireland have not been counted as EU nationals for this analysis as their status in the UK is protected by laws older than the EU. Club: % appearances by EU nationals Chelsea: 74% Man City: 59% West Ham: 57% Arsenal: 54% Middlesbrough: 53% Man United: 51% Liverpool: 50% Watford: 50% Tottenham: 49% Swansea: 47% Sunderland: 40% Southampton: 36% Leicester: 33% Stoke: 29% Everton: 25% Crystal Palace: 24% West Brom: 21% Bournemouth: 10% Burnley: 5% Hull: 5% OVERALL: 38%