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8th June, 1987
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It was a great game of football. Great to see Leicester play some football as well instead of parking the bus like most Championship sides do. Glad for Torres t...
2 years ago
Somewhere on FootyTube
You are comparing completely different players. Modric is a 'conductor of midfield'. He sets attacks in motion. He is someone who will improve the players aro...
100m is too much for any player. I hope we don't get him because the price is way too much.
You have got to be joking right. This is the first time it's REALLY the players' fault not the manager. And Scolari was so much worse! We lost because of INDIV...
At all the idiots suggesting 4-3-3 doesn't work. WHAHAHAH. We have been using that formation for over 7 years now. Its the system where we have been most succes...
Terry was a rock.
No problem my friend. :)
Great result. Our bench and reserve players win against Everton first team at Goodison Park. I doubt other teams can do that.
Hopefully Torres can continue his goalscoring against Valencia this wednesday.
3 years ago
Drogbaaa!!!
My word. Stamforde Bridge exploded when Torres scored.
Essien played like a boss.
4 years ago
Im baffled that some of you guys voted Chelsea was 'Lucky'. What the f**k? They were unlucky! They should have had a penalty and Anelka missed 2 sitters!
I miss Mourinho so much. The Premier League needs managers like him.
Beste performance without a doubt was by Heurhelo Gomes. Incredible saves. Just like when he was at PSV Eindhoven.
You are the best!!!
Modric is class.
Is that why Arsenal lost to Stoke City? lol.
Lucky Arsenal. The second goal should have been a red.
   
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