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DavidEU

Frank Lampard

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If he just went there and became/becomes liability for them like he was for us, starts quite e few games, slows down their midfield and causes a few bad results, people wouldn't be hurt, in fact they would probably joke about it and called him our secret agent.

The problem begins with him scoring. That's when it starts to hurt.

But take it easy folks. At the end of the day, you will have the last laugh when Terry lifts that trophy.

And please ask yourself again would Mourinho realy like to have Lampard and Fabregas in the same team. I think not.

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He chose New York City/Man City and I am sorry but he chose to score that goal on Sunday and take the points off us. anyone who doesn't think he could easily have miss kicked and neither side would have noticed or cared.

Even if I agree with most of your thoughts, I can't agree with this one. He can't be blamed for scoring against us and you can't criticize him because he didn't miss that opportunity. He was right to score, it was just the right and professional thing to do in that situation. The damage was already done, in my opinion, and him scoring against us has nothing to do with it.

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Still dont get how he can be blamed for taking points off us...if it was any other City player who'd scored then we wouldn't blame them we'd blame the performance and missed chances and defending for that goal..werent his fault Drogba's free kick which could've got us back in front was crap or Costa hit the post in which case his goal wouldnt have mattered so much

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Crying? Oh please. Show me a video or a picture where he is seen doing so. He was extremely happy to have scored and he was clearly buzzing afterwards, you could see that in his post-match interviews. He might have pretended he was crying or that he was emotional, but really, he isn't fooling anyone. After all he's no Daniel Day-Lewis. The whole applauding the fans thing came off as a farce.

I agree with Redknapp completely when he says we should not to be fooled by the fact that he didn't celebrate. In fact, I strongly believe that he will remember that goal as a singular achievement in his career for the rest of his life, I am convinced it is right up there with Munich, Bolton etc. for him.

Look, the difference between him and Drogba is that Drogba will always be referred to as 'the Chelsea legend', 'the Munich hero' etc, while Lampard will now be known as the ex-Manchester City player. Fact.

I don't care if Drogba's return turns out to be a terrible decision, and I don't care if he is our weakest player at the end of the season. In my mind Drogba will always be remembered as the legend who won us the Champions League. You mention Drogba, and his header and penalty from Munich are the first things that pop into my head. You mention Lampard, and the first image I have of him is in a City shirt. This has left a big stain on his career and anyone who disagrees is deluded. If you still love him as much as you once did, then good for you. Personally I won't be able to look at him the same way anymore.

Excellent post.

When I think of Lampard now, the first thing I'll remember is him in a City shirt scoring against us. He singlehandedly left a HUGE dent on his legend status.

Yes I know his Chelsea's goals will never been forgotten, but I'm sorry that City goal TOPS all of his Chelsea's goals because it's the goal that felt like a proper stab in the back. Like a knife going through my heart. Lampard was one of the Chelsea Gods. He really was. Now look. He's a Man City player. MAN CITY.

Inexcusable I'm sorry for the Lampard apologists. Not only that but he blatantly lied to us.

I just don't know whether to respect Lampard anymore. It was bad enough to see him play for Man City, but that goal done it for me. I'm just waiting for the return game at the Bridge and if he dares to play 100% in front of us...

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I don't think City fans would care, they enjoy taking people, Nasri etc.

They knew it would upset Chelsea to have Frank so they took him and Pelligrini knew what he was doing putting him on last few minute of that game.

City have no loyalty, no family atmosphere, no team spirit, all they saw was our ex player taking the victory off us, they would have been f**** delighted :(

yes they do. They are quoted by many past players there during the financial takeovers about how they maintained the family atmosphere at the club. They do a load of community projects and work to do with local schools and are expanding their stadium but keeping their season ticket prices as the lowest in the Premier League for adults.

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Excellent post.

When I think of Lampard now, the first thing I'll remember is him in a City shirt scoring against us. He singlehandedly left a HUGE dent on his legend status.

Yes I know his Chelsea's goals will never been forgotten, but I'm sorry that City goal TOPS all of his Chelsea's goals because it's the goal that felt like a proper stab in the back. Like a knife going through my heart. Lampard was one of the Chelsea Gods. He really was. Now look. He's a Man City player. MAN CITY.

Inexcusable I'm sorry for the Lampard apologists. Not only that but he blatantly lied to us.

I just don't know whether to respect Lampard anymore. It was bad enough to see him play for Man City, but that goal done it for me. I'm just waiting for the return game at the Bridge and if he dares to play 100% in front of us...

How though? I still don't understand how you can think Lampard's a traitor (not talking about you)

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I don't think City fans would care, they enjoy taking people, Nasri etc.

They knew it would upset Chelsea to have Frank so they took him and Pelligrini knew what he was doing putting him on last few minute of that game.

City have no loyalty, no family atmosphere, no team spirit, all they saw was our ex player taking the victory off us, they would have been f**** delighted :(

Thing is if you had a player like Lampard you wouldnt waste him by not putting him on espically when needing a goal.Doubt little thought was put into things he may of said and instead main focus being theres a game to be won..Then afterwards thought oh that will have wound them up sorta thing.Mean may be wrong but cant see if as some master plan just to wind up Chelsea fans when the main focus was oh look we're loosing how can this be changed'

Obs just my view and yours is different

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How though? I still don't understand how you can think Lampard's a traitor (not talking about you)

I'm not calling a traitor just yet but he is doing things that a traitor would do.

The only thing missing is him talking trash about Chelsea or saying the club he's currently in is better or his "dream".

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FACT: chelsea football club would not have been 1/5 as successful without frank lampard. maybe we should have given him a new contract,.most of the people tearing the arse out of him have never even been to a game. armchair supporters.

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FACT: chelsea football club would not have been 1/5 as successful without frank lampard. maybe we should have given him a new contract,.most of the people tearing the arse out of him have never even been to a game. armchair supporters.

Ain't nothing wrong with an armchair. Especially when it's in my living room and not a $2000+ plane ride across the globe.

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FACT: chelsea football club would not have been 1/5 as successful without frank lampard. maybe we should have given him a new contract,.most of the people tearing the arse out of him have never even been to a game. armchair supporters.

Give him another 110k week extension? No thanks he was not worth that much. If he couldn't settle for less im glad that fake Chelsea player left.

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In a year or two people here will say again OHHHH WHAT A LEGEND HE WAS UNBELIEVABLE PLAYER....

Thats because they will just become new Chelsea fans or they never were a true chelsea fans. I mean how could chelsea fan hate or like less such legend for fucks sake after all he has done for us.

Its not like he went to City at age 29 and beat us in CL final, scoring winning goal...

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Give him another 110k week extension? No thanks he was not worth that much. If he couldn't settle for less im glad that fake Chelsea player left.

he was worth that to the people who go my, bulgarian friend, FAKE that's a bit rich coming from someone from eastern europe who never goes to see them play

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In a year or two people here will say again OHHHH WHAT A LEGEND HE WAS UNBELIEVABLE PLAYER....

Thats because they will just become new Chelsea fans or they never were a true chelsea fans. I mean how could chelsea fan hate or like less such legend for fucks sake after all he has done for us.

Its not like he went to City at age 29 and beat us in CL final, scoring winning goal...

No. Not really anymore. He's last PL club he played for is Man City, not Chelsea. And if Lampard keeps scoring goals for City, and we lose the title to City thanks to Lampard's contributions earlier in the season, nope definitely not be remembered as a top legend.

Think of Thierry Henry. An Arsenal legend. A TRUE Arsenal legend. He wouldn't DARE of joining us or another rival club. And because of that, he has a statue in front of the Emirates. Lampard will NEVER get that far for what's doing at the moment. He split the Chelsea fans up to bits because of his stupid loan move to City, and scoring a goal against us. Why can't Lampard be like Henry? Oh that's right, money talks or he likes Man City deep down, like Van Persie's said "the little boy inside me". Has to be ONE of those, there isn't another option available.

This isn't SOME City goal, this is a Frank Lampard goal. Who we loved deep down. And then stabbed us at the back. This isn't about dropping 2 points.

Again if he scores the winner at Stamford Bridge this season, you can forget about him being remembered as a true legend. You can't stab us fans twice. It's the harsh truth. Which legend goes and do that??? Are we that gullible?

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No. Not really anymore. He's last PL club he played for is Man City, not Chelsea. And if Lampard keeps scoring goals for City, and we lose the title to City thanks to Lampard's contributions earlier in the season, nope definitely not be remembered as a top legend.

Think of Thierry Henry. An Arsenal legend. A TRUE Arsenal legend. He wouldn't DARE of joining us or another rival club. And because of that, he has a statue in front of the Emirates. Lampard will NEVER get that far for what's doing at the moment. He split the Chelsea fans up to bits because of his stupid loan move to City, and scoring a goal against us. Why can't Lampard be like Henry? Oh that's right, money talks or he likes Man City deep down, like Van Persie's said "the little boy inside me". Has to be ONE of those, there isn't another option available.

This isn't SOME City goal, this is a Frank Lampard goal. Who we loved deep down. And then stabbed us at the back. This isn't about dropping 2 points.

Again if he scores the winner at Stamford Bridge this season, you can forget about him being remembered as a true legend. You can't stab us fans twice. It's the harsh truth. Which legend goes and do that??? Are we that gullible?

are you an actor or something? you have a penchant for the dramatic, "stab me in the heart, stab me in the back" there will be a statue of him outside the ground, my manyoo/arsenal friend. maybe we should fuck chopper harris off because he went and played for brentford?

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