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  1. 02 May '07 05:53
  2. Standard member cadwah
    ¯\_(^.^)_/¯
    02 May '07 08:20
    Originally posted by sally cinnamon
  3. 02 May '07 08:21
    how would he fair in the Enland job?
  4. 02 May '07 08:50
    Originally posted by smartrrrrs
    how would he fair in the Enland job?
    He would be excellent as he is one of the best managers in the world.
    He is not like Mcdonut, 1 dimensional and full of predictable Cliches.

    I would prefer Wenger though as we would play more attractive football.
  5. 02 May '07 08:56
    Originally posted by sally cinnamon
    Here's one idea for what Chelsea could do with him:

    http://edition.cnn.com/2007/SPORT/football/04/27/dida.auction.reut/index.html

  6. 02 May '07 10:31
    He was pretty one dimensional last night, it was like watching wimbeldon.
    Hey but the best team lost again according to the "special one"....
    Ok Jose, bet you feel pretty special today you t**t.
  7. 02 May '07 11:13
    Originally posted by sally cinnamon
    He was pretty one dimensional last night, it was like watching wimbeldon.
    Hey but the best team lost again according to the "special one"....
    Ok Jose, bet you feel pretty special today you t**t.
    Last night was not good, It was not even good long balls, Ashley Aole is no Beckham.

    Worst thing was that it was 2 dimensional, long balls and diving.

    However, I am judging him on 3 seasons at Chelsea, not to mention Porto. He is a very clever man.
  8. Subscriber Marinkatomb
    wotagr8game
    02 May '07 11:33
    I'm glad Chelsea lost, maybe they'll stop believing they're the best team around and start actually playing better football. A couple of seasons ago they were amazing to watch. They were good at the beginning of this season too but recently they haven't really put in 100%. Top marks to Liverpool, again! I only caught extra time but i was really impressed with how they shut Chelsea down. The first game at Chelsea they didn't look to have many answers but they obviously did their homework in the gap. I think there is a case to say Chelsea looked tired. They've definitely had a lot of football to play recently. I still fancy Man Utd to win the cup though, they are peaking at the right time. I think Rooney and Ronaldo will prove more difficult to shut down. Man U have so much pace going forward! There's one thing you can't train a player to have and that's pace! Liverpool will have to be on top of their game when they meet in the final. I can't wait!!!
  9. 02 May '07 13:02
    Anyone else get a huge buzz out of Robben's penalty save, saved by the guy who the diving, cheating, scumbag got sent off not so long ago?
  10. 02 May '07 13:10
    Originally posted by ElleEffSeee
    Anyone else get a huge buzz out of Robben's penalty save, saved by the guy who the diving, cheating, scumbag got sent off not so long ago?
    yep, it couldn’t have happened to a better person, Robben is a repulsive character in football and last night he got what was coming!!
  11. 02 May '07 13:24
    Originally posted by 1WhiteKnight
    yep, it couldn’t have happened to a better person, Robben is a repulsive character in football and last night he got what was coming!!
    Hope he goes to Bayern in the summer, get him out of the league altogether then
  12. 02 May '07 14:33
    Nice avatar Sally C
  13. 02 May '07 15:09
    Originally posted by Angry Boy
    Nice avatar Sally C
    He truly is the anti christ.
  14. 02 May '07 15:16
    Originally posted by sally cinnamon
    Sorry...im no follower of Chelsea....why the hatred for Jose?

    Just curious
  15. Standard member Fleabitten
    Love thy bobblehead
    02 May '07 15:23
    Originally posted by Jay Joos
    Sorry...im no follower of Chelsea....why the hatred for Jose?

    Just curious
    Don't know what others will say, but here's why I don't particularly care for him: Brilliant manager, but he's far too into the psychological stuff for my taste. It's not so much that he engages in it (because all managers do to a greater or lesser degree), but the insultingly transparent way in which he does it. A good illustration is his recent complaint about the lack of penalties called against Man U.