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Pre Match - Chelsea (A) - Sunday 16:30

Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by Brizzle, Sep 15, 2020.

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  1. Buddha

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    Yeah, I like the idea of Mo running at Alonso all afternoon too.

    If it is 4231 though, I can see Klopp wanting to a shoehorn a 3rd cm for solidity, and he’s used Hendo there before.
     
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    Fabio Former mod, consistent c*** Honorary Member

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    All I know is I'm not looking forward to it
     
  3. Dreambeliever

    Dreambeliever From Doubter to Believer -Cashed out to Cashed Up Member

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    Someone in your household is sleeping on the couch one way or the other
     
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    gkmacca SCM Addict Member

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    Lampard has become someone I really dislike. He's a snide little shit. He also doesn't seem to realise that you start anew when you become a manager - it's no good boasting about what you won as a player in order to demand respect from other managers. You never heard Dalglish do that, or Gerrard now. I guess because Fwank went to public school he has an ingrained sense of entitlement that can't help but come through.
     
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    He's a right Lampard.
     
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    Brizzle Very Well-Known Member

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    Chelsea are potentially my most hated club in the league, i really really want us to twat them here.
     
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    SummerOnions Let's Push Things Forward Member

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    It's interesting thinking about it based on your post, but I've not seen or heard of John Terry doing anything noteworthy in terms of acting the twat since he joined Villa as a coach, but indeed as you say, Lampard can't seem to help himself
     
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    I read his comments about how winning teams have had to spend a lot, and he cited us as an example.

    He spent loads at Derby and failed to achieve promotion. Went to Chelsea, and despite a transfer ban, received a $60m player in Pulisic for his first team. Failed to win anything again.

    The fat headed twat needs to learn some humility.
     
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    I've been off the Chelsea hate train for years now.

    But with Lampard at the helm, I'm getting back into 2005 peak Chelsea hatred.
     
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    Modo A contentious scando Member

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    Are we surprised considering the managers he's had for most of his career? Especially the one who he won most with...
     
  11. doctor_mac

    doctor_mac My cowboy name is Garland Justice Moderator

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    Oh, I think we're a little way off that yet. But it is building nicely.
     
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    Same, theyve had some managers I dont hate which blunted my rage towards them, but Lampard and his fat head have put them right back up there. I still hate Utd more than any grown man should
     
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    I was disappointed that it wasn't mentioned, in the media coverage of Lampard's tantrum about our 'misbehaving' coaching staff, that Chelsea, as Lampard knows only too well, surely have had the worst-behaved bench in the whole league, and have had it for years. Thanks to that insane little tit Rui Faria, when Mourinho was in charge, there was usually an argument raging between the dug outs throughout each game. The atmosphere was so poisonous that even a mild-mannered bloke like Ray Wilkins ended up as an eye-popping loon during some games. Yet now Lampard tries to claim they're masters of decorum. Bollocks.
     
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    Pulisic out is good news for us, always seem to be up for it against us.
     
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    Sounds like Thiago will be included in the 18 – but it would make sense to bring him off the bench for the first game. I'm sure whoever is selected in the midfield 3 will be playing out of their skin with Thiago watching on.

    As much as I like Keita, I would go:

    ----Wijnaldum---Henderson
    ---------------Fabinho-----------
     
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    Thiago won't start on the pitch tomorrow.

    But he will be playing in Frank's head all night.
     
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    I must be on my own.

    I like Lampard.
     
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    brilliant news for us.
     
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