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About OhForAGreavsie

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  • Birthday 11/18/1959

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  • Gender Male
  • Location London
  • Fan Since 1966
  • First Match Arsenal Vs Chelsea (Away) Cup Qtr-Final Replay 1973
  • Memory I cried when Frank took the ball around Jaaskelainen and slotted his second on that day in Bolton. A million times better than Munich. Better even than Old Trafford 1970.

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  1. Toby Alderweireld

    If you reward people for doing something, they will continue to do it. As consumers of media we lap this stuff up so naturally they keep pumping it out. Alderweirald's agent is almost certainly the source of this story as he chases an improved deal for his client. Good story, good source. Of course it's going to be published.
  2. Spurs - Chelsea

    No that regulation has a size limitation. It does dot apply to the larger grounds, Old Trafford for example. Spurs have the same exemption at Wembley. For security reasons, the local council prohibited tickets for today's game going on General sale. That meant only season ticket holders and members could buy a seat. Hence the 'small' attendance. Apparently, Brent are not so worried about the possibility of trouble between Spurs and Burnley fans. Tickets have been on general sale for that game so it is expected to sell out. Still only 3,106 official tickets for Burnley, though their fans have probably bought a fair few general sale tickets.
  3. Spurs - Chelsea

    Spurs policy decision to preserve home advantage.
  4. Spurs - Chelsea

    DL mostly good defensively, mostly dire in possession.
  5. Spurs - Chelsea

    I don't believe in David as a midfielder. Claims of his quality in that role are pure imagination in my view.
  6. Spurs - Chelsea

    Yep, I've already had my usual thought 2 or 3 times. If he was playing for us we'd be comfortable favourites for any game against Spurs.
  7. Spurs - Chelsea

    Thanks. Antonio has said this?
  8. Spurs - Chelsea

    My guess? 3-5-2 with Rudi in midfield. Other ideas?
  9. Nemanja Matic

    Exactly. It's an argument for losers to obsess about. United are indeed huge. The biggest of them all maybe but take a look above Ossie's statue at The Bridge over the next nine months. What's written there are the words winners obsess about. Home of The Champions. United can be as big as they like, we wear the crown.
  10. Nemanja Matic

    So what? They are. People who get upset by the truth should work on getting over it, not blame those who speak it.
  11. Danny Rose

    Nonsense. Why post drivel of this type? You are asking rational human beings to imagine you have a better understanding of the transfer market than professionals who work in it. You want us to believe that the most mundane ideas, ideas which any junior football fan could conceive, are beyond the grasp of every single member of the Chelsea FC board. What, are the board members all 8 years old or something? Sorry, but rational people won't be drawn into your fantasy nightmare. Surly people who are unhappy with what the board have done, or with what they have not done, can find a way to complain without requiring the rest of us to navigate around so much, frankly silly, content in order to find the good points they may be making.
  12. Alex Sandro

    Read the tweet again. 😊
  13. Alex Sandro

    Mixing up Conte and Sandro? 😊
  14. Ross Barkley

    I have to admit that I don't believe in tales of managers with magic wands. Personally I'd rather take my chances with Gandalf or Hermeone Granger. Next someone is going to tell me that Antonio has made Marcos & Victor better players. I hope no one will though because it irritates the heck out of me when people talk nonsense. Marcos is the same as he ever was and so is Victor. This time next year Ross Barkley will be the same player too. If people think Barkley already has what it takes to help us then fair enough. Anyone, however, who imagines he might fly into Cobham as just an Everton reject, and land in Oz wearing spangly red boots, has taken too many trips down the Yellow Brick Road themselves.
  15. Cedric Soares

    Or is it the rumour spreaders who have no clue?