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Discussion in 'Chelsea' started by fernb8, Apr 21, 2012.
Let the stress begin
I don't care if we play the ugliest dirtiest footie out there. We score 2 goals, then it will be onto Munich. Come On You Blues!!!!
I don't know about dirty football, but I don't care if we play ugly football. The most "anti-football" performance combined with going through and I'll be happy. The most "beautiful" performance combined with going through and I'll be happy.
We learned 3 huge things today.
1) Barcelona are not invincible.
2) They can lose at Camp Nou
3) Their confidence is low and finishing is poor right now.
If we are going to beat this team now is the time. They also played a full squad today while we rested most of our starting eleven. I am going to sweat all 90 minutes on Tuesday however...lol.
Playing the odds, it does not look good. They are totally against us.
When was the last time they lost to the same opponents twice in a row?
When was the last time they had back-to-back losses at Camp Nou?
When was the last time they lost three in a row?
Mathematically, this has got to be a statistical wet-dream for the nerds.
I know the last time they beat an 11 man Chelsea - never ever
I know the last time Messi scored against Chelsea - never ever
In the last 13 matches, Chelsea's record against Spanish sides, since 2006, not so bad
Barca's record after losing first leg not so good
Overbo retired very very good
We will lose 13-0.
Is Drogba fit to play?
Will Mata play a better game?
Will we play the same starting XI?
Will we hold on the ball better? Make better passes?
Will Lampard play a better game?
Is David Luiz fit to play?
Will we have other counter attacking options than Ramires?
Are UEFAlona going to play a better game?
Can we realistically stop them scoring?
Can we score a goal in the nou camp?
Who is the referees favourite Barcelona player?
Will UEFA and Platini get the all-Spanish final that they want?
This is probably the most likely outcome
Whoa...where did you get this from?
Ah, bless. Are you so naive as to believe that there is not an active UEFA agenda? Really? UEFA, FIFA and the IOC for that matter are as corrupt as a second hand car dealer convention. . .
The midget napoleon Platini doesnt even hide his hatred of everything that is English. Where have you been living?
Naive? No, I just don't believe that every time I do not get what I would like to see, it is because there must be some conspiracy going on.
Corrupt? Sure, why not, but why the hell would they want an all Spanish final? What would they get out of that? How on Earth is that an agenda? As soon as Barca and Real were on opposing brackets everyone seemed to jump on board this Internet conspiracy theory thrown by a few bored fans that live in mom and dad's basement.
You are just one of those that fell for it. Well done.
Pep: Chelsea game key to season
By the way, the thread title should read "Barca Vs Chelsea". We are playing away.
the guy who creates the thread is not good at it as he did the same thing with the last thread..
Comn Chelsea!!! Get the job done and lose 2-1!!!
Fern's da man...dyslexic maybe, but he gets the job done.
I wanted to also point something out. If Platini or UEFA have it out for anyone, it's got to be Mourinho. I think Chelsea is small potatoes to them now, unless we make the CL again next season. Mourinho on the other hand, has never been shy to voice his opinions over the way UEFA arbitration is biased and poor.
I can't see UEFA or Platini wanting to feed his ego by allowing Jose the opportunity to win another one of their trophies.
You are a new to supporting Chelsea FC. . .new and naive to the ways of the world of football. New and naive to the ways of the world. You have considerable moisture behind your ears. But maybe a naive little puppy like you shall one day grow up to be a dog - probably a bitch
thank you for choosing to support Chelsea FC. We have enjoyed your support over the last few years. Well done.
I see through your schadenfreuden ways. I known most Deutsche fussball fans want to see CFC in the final. Then all of Deutschland will become bayern fans. Hell, I am sure we will see Merkel at the Final if bayscum are there. To each their own. We can remain friends in this match & if we get our desired results...enemies...BTW, my Wife is Deutsche & she already warned me of what will happen
if people want to start the "I am a better Chelsea fan because I have supported the club since Zola was playing"
lets do it somewhere else eh?
I suspect this thread will go to pot based on the result either way, so for now can we cut out the infighting FFS
Or not do it all eh? The ethel started it.
But yes I agree, no mocking of the afflicted.
Rise above it. Got it. The ethel is not a bad kid - and he probably has a gif for that. . .
Woah! And they say the german are the one with no sense of humor!
Dude, relax - I am not german I am just a fan of their Bundsliga and bayern? Or that's not an option these days?
What I really care about right now is to take your spot in the euro coefficient
I have an exam 1-3 on Tuesday. I'll catch the last 30 minutes and that's if I Usain Bolt six blocks. Most likely I'll catch the last 15 minutes. Unless I want to seem like a nutcase at the library.
Most likely scenario for when I get back: 1-0 Fabregas (1') and Cahill was sent off during the CL anthem.
Ugggh, so nervous...
Wake up on the wrong side of the tool box today?
Cüneyt Çakır from Turkey is the ref for this game.
I have to work until 4:30pm Wednesday, meaning I would get home in stoppage time. I guess I'll have to DVR the game and turn my phone off, then watch it as soon as I get home.
"He was selected for the U21 finals in Sweden in 2009, taking charge of three games including England's penalty shoot-out win against the hosts in the semi-finals."
"He oversaw Fulham's second-leg win against Hamburger SV in the 2009–10 UEFA Europa League semi-finals, one of seven matches he refereed in total in the competition that season."
"On 29 September 2010, Çakır made his debut in the Champions League Group Stage when he took charge of group D fixture between Rubin Kazan and Barcelona, ending in a one all draw. He also took charge of the match between Chelsea F.C. and FC Spartak Moscow on 3 November 2010." [Match ended 4-1 to Chelsea]
"He has also refereed the UEFA Europa League Round of 32 match Manchester City-Dynamo Kyiv on 17/3/2011, which ended in a 1-0 win for City, but Dynamo Kyiv advanced to the next round after winning 2-1 on aggregate. Çakır sent off Mario Balotelli and dished out eight yellow cards."
Excellent record for English teams under his watch. Also, the Barca draw.
Comn guys! YOU GOT THIS!!