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roadrunner_0 7 Mar 2006 21:43

[football] barca chelski
 
**** me, how badly did chelsea get owned in the first half... they looked.... human ;)


in all honesty though, most dangerous player on the pitch: ronaldinho, they should be getting more of the ball to him as there is a player running rings around the people trying to stop him and having a good game at the same time, i like to see a man enjoying his work :)


can chelsea score 2 in the second half? i think so, but unless they manage to come up with something to do about ronaldinho, i dont think however many they score will matter.


oh, i will say though that i think nealry/all 50/50 decisions have gone barcas was (as far as i have seen anyway, i missed the first 10 mins)

MrL_JaKiri 7 Mar 2006 22:47

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
1-1 was a fair result.

Chelsea didn't make anything tonight for two reasons:

1. Mourinho just got it wrong, both with the starting line up and the substitutions.

2. Robben was absolutely rubbish. I've no idea why Cole was taken off, as Cole created everything good for Chelsea, whereas Robben did nothing. See 1.

1-X 7 Mar 2006 22:50

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
anyone care to speculate how much money Ambramovich would have to shell out to buy Ronaldinho? For a multi-billionaire, it must seem like the obvious answer however much he costs.

Last summer I think it was rumoured Chelsea offered £70-80 million and were turned down.

MrL_JaKiri 7 Mar 2006 22:58

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by 1-X
anyone care to speculate how much money Ambramovich would have to shell out to buy Ronaldinho? For a multi-billionaire, it must seem like the obvious answer however much he costs.

Last summer I think it was rumoured Chelsea offered 70-80 million and were turned down.

I don't think any amount of money would have Ronaldinho play under Kenyon and Mourinho. There will be an amount which Barca may accept, but Ronaldinho is definitely someone playing for the love of the game and not for financial compensation.

PSH 7 Mar 2006 23:05

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by MrL_JaKiri
I don't think any amount of money would have Ronaldinho play under Kenyon and Mourinho. There will be an amount which Barca may accept, but Ronaldinho is definitely someone playing for the love of the game and not for financial compensation.

Quoted for truth!

What was that penalty all about? Bloody joke, now Mourinho can say the didn't lose etc.

MrL_JaKiri 7 Mar 2006 23:06

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by PSH
What was that penalty all about? Bloody joke, now Mourinho can say the didn't lose etc.

The offside decision was wrong, the penalty decision (given the lack of an offside flag) was right. I suppose the incorrect offside here balances the false positive given when Duff was clean through.

Cannon_Fodder 7 Mar 2006 23:07

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
He still said '11v11 chelsea would've won'

****ing twat.

MrL_JaKiri 7 Mar 2006 23:09

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by sniborp
He still said '11v11 chelsea would've won'

****ing twat.

Yeah, it's not like debatable red card decisions change games or anything :rolleyes:

Androme 7 Mar 2006 23:14

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Ambramovich sold his multi-million oil company. Not surprised considering thousands of people had their homes destroyed due to the pipelines he owned which has inflicted trauma on hundreds. That comes from the time when Sir Alan Sugar came to our school (he lives right next to it at least it used to be his main house - now the fields around it are just used as a Tottenham Hotpsur training ground they seldomly visit)

PSH 7 Mar 2006 23:22

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by MrL_JaKiri
The offside decision was wrong, the penalty decision (given the lack of an offside flag) was right. I suppose the incorrect offside here balances the false positive given when Duff was clean through.

John Terry kicking Gio's trailing leg from when he cleared the ball is not a penalty IMO.

MrL_JaKiri 7 Mar 2006 23:23

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by PSH
John Terry kicking Gio's trailing leg from when he cleared the ball is not a penalty IMO.

The defender didn't get the ball.

PSH 7 Mar 2006 23:25

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by MrL_JaKiri
The defender didn't get the ball.

Looked like his did on the replay despite David Pleat's anti Barca commentry.

MrL_JaKiri 7 Mar 2006 23:28

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by PSH
Looked like his did on the replay despite David Pleat's anti Barca commentry.

David Pleat thinks that it's David Duff and that it's strange for William Gallas to play at left back.

I don't base my opinion on what he says.

PSH 7 Mar 2006 23:32

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by MrL_JaKiri
David Pleat thinks that it's David Duff and that it's strange for William Gallas to play at left back.

I don't base my opinion on what he says.

He is truly terrible, my favourite tonight was when Eto'o missed with his shot and he pipes up with "that's a miss by his standards!" :D

I still think Terry makes the contact even if Gio doesn't reach the ball but it is difficult to tell if he made contact with the ball from the replay angles.

lokken 7 Mar 2006 23:32

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
apart from the goal

game was like watching paint dry.

2 teams poncing about with possession not doing very much with it.

Vaio 7 Mar 2006 23:39

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Did Chelsea play tonight ?

I hadn't noticed. I was too busy listening to http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/4778628.stm

Boogster 7 Mar 2006 23:39

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Lampard and Robben were awful. Terry had an ok game.

It was pretty boring, though.

MrL_JaKiri 7 Mar 2006 23:41

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Boogster
Lampard and Robben were awful. Terry had an ok game.

Lampard was sitting back far too much, he was in the Essien role. It's difficult to say if that's because of instruction, lack of ambition or lack of match fitness though. It's also true that Chelsea didn't have as much time around the box as they usually have when Lampard is at his attacking best.

KoeN 7 Mar 2006 23:52

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
told you so.

barca ftw! \0/

PSH 7 Mar 2006 23:54

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Boogster
Lampard and Robben were awful.

Lampard didn't look too bothered at the end of the game either, smiling and cracking jokes with Ronaldinho, Terry looked gutted though.

lokken 8 Mar 2006 00:05

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Vaio
Did Chelsea play tonight ?

I hadn't noticed. I was too busy listening to http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/4778628.stm

proper football :up:

hope to meet you lot in the cup next season, i want to make the away trip.

pig 8 Mar 2006 00:10

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Ronaldinho has 100million release clause iirc, also

Also when is abramovic going to start asking questions? Surely he should win all 4 trophies?

pig 8 Mar 2006 00:11

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Ackrington Stanley moving up to the football league ;o

Flavius 8 Mar 2006 00:59

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by PSH
John Terry kicking Gio's trailing leg from when he cleared the ball is not a penalty IMO.

I concur.

roadrunner_0 8 Mar 2006 01:28

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
it was a penalty, but i dont see how the ref could have seen it tbh :)


ok game, ronadlinho the only outstanding player though, and his goal was very well deserved :)

Vaio 8 Mar 2006 01:33

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by lokken
proper football :up:

hope to meet you lot in the cup next season, i want to make the away trip.

Be afraid !

lokken 8 Mar 2006 11:15

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Accrington Stanley.

Who are they?

roadrunner_0 8 Mar 2006 11:18

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
****s sake



EDIT: ****ing useless forums just deleted about half a dozen posts from this thread fs

eJohn 8 Mar 2006 13:36

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Chelski :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver:

What a shame, what a darn shame.

KoeN 8 Mar 2006 13:44

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by eJohn
Chelski :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver:

What a shame, what a darn shame.


yea now we have to look at Ronaldinho & co. again!


:((((((((((

SilverSmoke 8 Mar 2006 13:45

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by eJohn
Chelski :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver: :crymeariver:

What a shame, what a darn shame.


Why would losing against one of the strongest teams in europe be a shame?

eJohn 8 Mar 2006 13:53

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Because after the talk, and all their money, they couldnt cut it? They dont even entertain, its no wonder people are happy to see them lose.

All Systems Go 8 Mar 2006 14:00

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by eJohn
Because after the talk, and all their money, they couldnt cut it? They dont even entertain, its no wonder people are happy to see them lose.

It's not like Barcelona have no money and keep quiet.

People are just bitter. Chelseas spending has been good for the game. It's broken the Man U/Arsenal domination of the Premier League and has created another genuine contender for the European Cup.

eJohn 8 Mar 2006 14:14

Re: [football] barca chelski
 
No, but Barcelona entertain.

Breaking the Man Utd / Arsenal axis is probably a good thing, but im not sure it is a good thing _at any cost_. What if Chelsea didnt have the money they do? The title race this year would be good. Man Utd vs Liverpool. Who knows, even Chelsea pre Chelski could have got there on merit. Maybe Tottenham would have kicked on ANOTHER gear.

I'm very well aware i'm bitter, i dont deny that. However;

As much as i disliked (and still do dislike) Man utd's last minute winner policy that won them so many titles, they were _entertaining_.

As much as i disliked (and still do dislike) Arsenal's diving and unbelievable flukery at times, when they were in full flow, they were _entertaining_.

What are chelsea? Who's interested in seeing a bunch of souped up london thug fans buy a title and grind out results they probably dont always deserve, irritating everyone in the process?

Remember the Pompey fans applauding Arsenal off the pitch when they demolished them? Ask yourself whether that would happen now with Chelsea. I dont think so


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