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Iggy Doonican

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About Iggy Doonican

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  • Birthday 04/13/1966

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  • Gender Male
  • Location London
  • Favourite Chelsea Player Eden Hazard
  • Fan Since 1970
  • First Match Chelsea vs Charlton 1975

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  1. Lookalikes.

    Ronaldo's statue and Ian Dowie
  2. Streams

    https://www.theguardian.com/football/2017/mar/29/premier-league-illegal-streaming-tv-audiences
  3. 10. Eden Hazard

    Statistics the death of football. Everything is so over analysed these days, football has been taken over by trainspotters who have too much time on their hands who come out with this meaningless bollocks. If you were in the boozer with a mate and started talking about Chelsea (not pointing you out Wes I mean all fans) would you say '' Did you know that Eden Hazard has a dribble completion rate of 78% while Silva's is 69%''. I know I'm old school but modern day football has become obsessed with this sort of nonsense.
  4. General Transfer Talk

    No need to apologise that's pretty accurate . Does make me laugh that Scotland wants independence but so many of them want Rangers and Celtic to play in England.
  5. Chelsea Kits 2016/17

    Bought my first Stone Island top from a gaff in Haymarket in Piccadilly in 1995 cost £110. Won't touch any of their gear now because one of those twats who killed Lee Rigby was wearing a Stone Island hat
  6. Chelsea Kits 2016/17

    It was first worn in the 1970 cup final no idea why it was red. It might have only been worn for that one game I honestly don't know. The yellow one was worn a few times I think first worn in the 1972 League Cup Final which incidentally is the first time I was really upset over Chelsea losing a match my older brothers taking the piss didn't help either. The red,white and green away of the 70's was because Dave Sexton was a massive admirer of the Puskas inspired Hungary team of the 50's.The yellow and green I think was a bit of a homage to the Brazilian team but believe me we were so shit then as the old joke goes there were times we were lucky to get nil
  7. Chelsea Kits 2016/17

    That looks like an original UJ the little umbro looks genuine. I bought the repro yellow one as well got it home and changed my mind went back the next day and swapped it for the red one.
  8. Chelsea Kits 2016/17

    Totally agree. Our first recognised (being on telly ) away kit in the 70's was yellow. This from 1977-78 is still my favourite away shirt.
  9. Stamford Bridge

    The Liquidator, good vid and music son.
  10. The Pub - Discuss Anything

    That gif is funny and disturbing ha ha superb mate.
  11. Politics & Stuff

    Couldn't agree more. The Iman's have a responsibility to tell the police but I don't think they do. I walked passed my local mosque and there was a list of people who are barred it's just bizarre.
  12. Funny Picture and Video Thread

    To all our young posters this will happen to you just make sure the ending doesn't
  13. The Mourinho Thread

    That's actually Giles Smith's column from the website. Although he's paid to write a column it's hardly the club's official word. He's a very funny writer his Raison d' etre is to take the piss he also writes for The Times. http://www.chelseafc.com/news/latest-news/2017/03/giles-smith_s-thursday-thoughts2.html
  14. Politics & Stuff

    The most worrying thing is this geezer was a 52 year old with a family not a young kid with ' Issues'. If someone of his age can be radicalised it shows there's a massive problem that will be almost impossible to eradicate.