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DavidEU

Frank Lampard

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2 hours ago, BoyBlue96 said:

Seriously? What the fuck. Do they have an intern as Twitter admin? 

Lamps' bigger than their tin can club AND their tinpot SOCCER league for retiring players.

The English use the term SOCCER as well. Thank you for contributing xenophobic content for the forum. I'm sure the mods appreciate that.

As a season ticket holder for NYCFC, it was an honor to see him play his final days in person. He was clearly past it and couldn't keep up with the work rate of the league overall, but was still doing the only thing he knows best - getting into the box and scoring. He's the reason why we finished #2 in the east when David Villa went through his drought and there were MVP talks before he became injured (again). Honored to say I watched Frank Lampard play his final game professionally.

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35 minutes ago, Pete DS said:

The English use the term SOCCER as well. Thank you for contributing xenophobic content for the forum. I'm sure the mods appreciate that.

As a season ticket holder for NYCFC, it was an honor to see him play his final days in person. He was clearly past it and couldn't keep up with the work rate of the league overall, but was still doing the only thing he knows best - getting into the box and scoring. He's the reason why we finished #2 in the east when David Villa went through his drought and there were MVP talks before he became injured (again). Honored to say I watched Frank Lampard play his final game professionally.

That's not xenophobic. Don't be so sensitive.

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22 minutes ago, kmk108 said:

That's not xenophobic. Don't be so sensitive.

Stop, you know what he was referring to when he capitalized the entire word.

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8 minutes ago, Pete DS said:

Stop, you know what he was referring to when he capitalized the entire word.

Dismissing a League that's been historically crap and making fun of our use of soccer isn't xenophobic. Being an ass, maybe, but it's not xenophobia. 

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1 hour ago, Pete DS said:

The English use the term SOCCER as well. Thank you for contributing xenophobic content for the forum

Err no we don't mate we are Chelsea Football Club. The only people who call it soccer are middle class tory rugby watching tosspots. As for saying it's xenophobic that's just completely over the top and laughable.

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Fam, saying word soccer aint cool.

As for Lamps, enjoy your retirement. Greatest player to don the chelsea kit. 

Also one of main reasons I started supporting Chelsea, and one of my main reasons why I love this club. 

Been privilege to watch him all those years, he has been around my whole childhood and early adulthood, Im so happy I was able to see him in his best years.

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Top professional, the kind of player all youngsters should look up to and learn from. One of our greatest ever. Hope to see him back in the club in the near future, wether its in our dugout or somewhere else. Legend!

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My greatest player of all time. I maybe wouldn't be here if it wasn't for him. My greatest memory of him is the penalty against Liverpool shortly after his mother's passing, I cried. One time had his picture in my signature of his celebration after the penalty where he pointed to the sky. Outstanding player.

Now that this legend has retired let's share our stories,
What is your best memory of Frank Lampard?

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1 hour ago, manpe said:

 

What is your best memory of Frank Lampard?

There's so many memories of lampard my best memory was that goal against Bayern Munich 

Not a bad assist from Makelele 😁 lol 

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Remember that when I was a Kid, a mate and I always fought to see who would be Lamps in the match during lunch at school. He is just a type of player many aspire to be.

 

Thanks for being one of the best defenders I've ever seen in my life. I can feel proud because I saw super Frankie play.

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1 minute ago, Heisenberg said:

 

As supporters, definitely the greatest feeling ever felt.

Ive never felt the lowest lows and highest highs over such a short time ever. But it was a night I'll always remember, Ended up leaving some dodgy bar at 7 the next morning and decided to come home via the Dam. 14 of us got back to London 4 days later. In same clothes as we went in (plus all wearing Gasmasks we found in some shop) smelling like a Dutch brothel in a weed grow room! But it was my mates stag week so we gave him a good send off.

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