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Barbara

2014/15 Premier League Champions - The Thread to Celebrate

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FUCK YEEESSSSSSS!! WOOOOOOOOO!

Champione

Champione ole ole ole!!! :getin: :getin: :getin: :getin: :blue scalf: :blue scalf: :blue scalf: :blue scalf:

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Was celebrating too much yesterday and woke up with a slight hangover. :beer:

:clap:CHAMPIONS!!!! :dance:

:blue scalf: KTBFFH!!! :blue scalf:

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Victory parade announced...

http://www.chelseafc.com/news/latest-news/2015/05/victory-parade-announced.html

Following our success in winning the Barclays Premier League and with agreement from London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and the Metropolitan Police, we can confirm that a victory parade will be held on Bank Holiday Monday 25 May, commencing at 12pm.

The Route
Jose Mourinho and the squad will be joined by the Academy, who this season lifted the FA Youth Cup and UEFA Youth League trophies, for an open-top bus parade, with three coaches leaving the Stamford Bridge west entrance, and travelling east along Fulham Road before turning right onto Hortensia Road, right again onto King's Road and then on to New King's Road.

The parade will start at 12pm, stopping for a short period at Eel Brook Common where the parade will finish. The buses will then proceed to Parsons Green to depart the area around 1pm.

The route will be fully barriered and stewarded with pedestrian crossing points in operation to allow movement of people around the route.

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