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Jason

Post-Match Thread Results

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I'll just fuck people off by sending out PMs and bulk emails saying "WE FUCKING WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOON"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

as long as it's true and the only message you send, I wouldn't mind :P

but I'm a spoiler addicted, I'd check the score if I couldn't watch for any reason

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How about we ban members from posting in it for atleast 6 hours after a bad lose/draw? The overreaction to stuff here is completly cringeworthy and makes me ashamed to be a Chelsea fan.

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Just wondering, do you guys prefer the match result scoreline to be stated clearly in the first post of the post-match thread like this:

Chelsea F.C. 2-0 Hull City

POST-MATCH DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS

OR instead, state them in a spoiler tag in the first post along with the match stats like this:

Chelsea 2-0 Hull City

Goalscorers: Chelsea - 13' Oscar and 25' Lampard / Hull - none

Possession: 52% - 48%
Shots (on target): 23 (6) - 7 (2)
Corners: 5 - 1
Fouls: 7 - 16
Yellow Card: 0 - 1 (Meyler)
Red Card: 0 - 0

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Great man, awesome news! :)

I rarely watch UCL games live (since I am always in class), and this will allow me to lurk around the forums without being spoiled..

Thank you!!!

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Great man, awesome news! :)

I rarely watch UCL games live (since I am always in class), and this will allow me to lurk around the forums without being spoiled..

Thank you!!!

You just saw this?? Thought you already did some time ago???

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Oh look. Nobody answered my last question...

Guess I'll just post the scoreline back in the thread's title then. :whistling:

I think the score line should be added a few days after the game. If they still haven't watched it then tough luck.

Why people are browsing a chelsea forum if they dont want to know the score is beyond me, I'd stay away from the Internet all together.

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Just wondering, do you guys prefer the match result scoreline to be stated clearly in the first post of the post-match thread like this:

OR instead, state them in a spoiler tag in the first post along with the match stats like this:

either way is fine because if i haven't watched a game, i'd not be looking at the post match topic anyway

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Yeah stick in a 'spoiler' quote :) - makes sense

And

Add the result in after 72 hours, that's enough for anybody :)

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I think the score line should be added a few days after the game. If they still haven't watched it then tough luck.

OK. Think I'll just go with Muzhap's suggestion then.

Yeah stick in a 'spoiler' quote :) - makes sense

And

Add the result in after 72 hours, that's enough for anybody :)

either way is fine because if i haven't watched a game, i'd not be looking at the post match topic anyway

Time to toss the coin then...

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try and avoid putting up result for Spurs game if possible

I only post the result in the first post immediately after the game and in the thread title on the day we play our next game (or at least a few days after it).

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