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  1. 15 May '12 22:02
    Anyone's?
  2. 16 May '12 02:59
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Anyone's?
    I am rooting for Chelsea all the way, but perhaps this time, without Terry, the hill may be too steep to climb!
  3. 16 May '12 06:53
    Originally posted by scacchipazzo
    I am rooting for Chelsea all the way, but perhaps this time, without Terry, the hill may be too steep to climb!
    Munich will win easily, Chelsea are mince!
  4. 16 May '12 17:43
    Originally posted by scacchipazzo
    I am rooting for Chelsea all the way, but perhaps this time, without Terry, the hill may be too steep to climb!
    Everyone said thought that about Chelsea Barca
  5. 16 May '12 17:43
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    Munich will win easily, Chelsea are mince!
    Everyone said that about Chelsea Barca!
  6. 16 May '12 18:39
    Hopefully it will be Bayern, they play the most exciting of the two, but I have a feeling Chelsea gets it.
    Like as the last chance of this generation, unexpected, not deserved this year, but a determined hard working squad (at least in the CL), and with the close calls and bad luck in the past, they can have it.
  7. 16 May '12 19:42
    Bayern Munich-no need to give my reason!!!
  8. 20 May '12 20:13
    Originally posted by spurs73
    Bayern Munich-no need to give my reason!!!
    Although I don't really care, I must say it's a shame Spurs won't be there.
  9. 21 May '12 18:18
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Although I don't really care, I must say it's a shame Spurs won't be there.
    Tottenham would never make a Chelsea like run. Ever!
  10. 23 May '12 08:29
    Originally posted by scacchipazzo
    Tottenham would never make a Chelsea like run. Ever!
    Tottenham wouldn't start the game hanging back against their own goal, Chelsea-like. Ever.

    Richard
  11. 23 May '12 11:34
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    Tottenham wouldn't start the game hanging back against their own goal, Chelsea-like. Ever.

    Richard
    Chelsea played masterfully and within the confines of the rules, did not dive a la Barcelona natatorium style footie and resisted the onslaught of the best offenses on earth! Spurs have no heart! Deserve to be out!
  12. 23 May '12 16:37
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    Tottenham wouldn't start the game hanging back against their own goal, Chelsea-like. Ever.

    Richard
    Chelsea would never make a virtue out of mediocrity either.

    The objective of the game is to win my friend; if you aspire to remaining 'pretty losers', I suggest you follow the absolute masters of that tactic ... they are just up the road from you also in North London.
  13. 24 May '12 02:56
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Chelsea would never make a virtue out of mediocrity either.

    The objective of the game is to win my friend; if you aspire to remaining 'pretty losers', I suggest you follow the absolute masters of that tactic ... they are just up the road from you also in North London.
    Very, very well said! Not being a Brit who are the other pretty losers in N. London? QPR? Arsenal?
  14. 24 May '12 10:55
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Chelsea would never make a virtue out of mediocrity either.
    They just did.

    Richard
  15. 24 May '12 22:28 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    They just did.

    Richard
    You call the FA Cup and Champions League double, mediocrity?

    Everytime I speak to a Spurs fan they are all celebrating that their manager was 2nd choice for England behind the guy who Pool sacked.