Discussion in 'Chelsea' started by fernb8, Aug 18, 2013.
courtesy of Dtrip with a slight adjustment after the result yesterday
based on yesterday I would have to think that the best result went to Villa
with Fulham in second
and Soton with a good result as well
Holloway worked miracles with Blackpool and they still went down
not sure he will be able to come anywhere near as close with this lot
I like Holloway though... he's very entertaining
It will be a miracle if Palace stay up....
I think they are aware of the new parachute payments and will hopefully try to use those to their advantage for the future. The good thing with Holloway is that at least they will try to play football on the way down.
Spurs looking like a toothless version of Barca. I think they've gotten one shot on goal in total; an amazing lack of penetration despite having all the possession. And this is against a pretty poor Palace side.
Cart stays empty!
have to love the attitude of Holloway
all or nothing as they go down 1-0
no damage limitation for him
really has been superb support for Palace today
hope it continues through the season which I suspect it will
their fans have been through an awful lot of over the past few years
Meanwhile, on isle 6....
Too many guys who like to come into the ball, not enough who provide depth.
id take the 2 melons in the middle over that unhealthy junk food
She looks good....
I had a Jim Carrey in the Mask momement
Cheers fernb, that makes more like it!
Barca staring with a struggle
Levante are absolutely atrocious....
Real with a late goal to inch ahead of Betis
maybe Jose is not so shyte after all
Cavani gets an equalizer for PSG late on
Has Souness pipped Liverpool for the title yet?
Soton with another sizeable purchase. Wasn't he Roma's top scorer last season? 16 would suggest he was up there.
Risky. Talented player but I've heard nothing but bad about his attitude and personality. Definitely an impressive pickup though, and yeah, he was top scorer with Lamela right behind him
definitely an interesting move
but I do appreciate the chances Soton are taking as they seem to be taking a different approach from their contemporaries with big risk/reward signings
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