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  1. The Mourinho Thread

  2. The Mourinho Thread

  3. Lucas Piazón

    Fantastic. Isco and Piazon will be getting to learn each other's trade before playing for the Champions of Europe together.
  4. Domestic Cup Competitions thread

    We'll win as it's at the Bridge, United have been poor all season. Very very lucky in terms of results.
  5. Domestic Cup Competitions thread

    Chelsea v Manchester United
  6. The English Football Thread

    It's always amazing to see one reunited with their father, in this case, Luis Suarez. http://sphotos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/303105_314383405325832_1573756611_n.jpg
  7. The English Football Thread

    I cannot contemplate the reasoning behind preferring Anders Lindegaard over David De Gea, who this season has been fantastic bar the one mistake against Fulham. From what I've heard, there has been no sign of an injury to the young Spaniard. Wayne Rooney is injured, so Robin Van Persie is the centre of a front trio alongside Danny Welbeck and Valencia.
  8. The English Football Thread

    Clear signs of a club in decline when Henderson is your biggest threat from the bench.
  9. Didier Drogba

    Didier Drogba's management company have dismissed claims that the Ivorian striker has been released by Shanghai Shenhua. A spokeswoman for the Sports PR Company, which represents Drogba in the UK, insisted reports the former Chelsea striker's career in China were over after two and a half months were "nonsense". She added that UEFA Champions League hero Drogba, who paid a visit to his old club's training ground this week, would return to Shanghai after the international break, which sees his Ivory Coast take on Senegal. As a result of such claims, we can only logically assume that Didier Drogba and Anelka are still at the club in which they both left Chelsea to play for.