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Simione is clever but stupid
He's also attractive but ugly
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He's a dick but also a pussy.
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Are we reciting the lyrics to Alanis' Ironic here?
He's a sinner but a saint.

And he does not feel ashamed.
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He's right but he's wrong
LOL who wrote this on Wikipedia

"Kasper Peter Schmeichel (Danish pronunciation: [ˈsmɑɪ̯ˀɡ̊l̩]; born 5 November 1986) is a Danish professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Premier League club Leicester City and the Denmark national team. Born in 1986 he is the son of former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel and since then has gone to win the League One, the Championship and the Barclays Premier League before Liverpool could. He is currently at Jamie Vardy's party."
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We should try to as hard as possible to keep a hold of courtois, this situation has the look of lukaku and kdb all over again
He recently gave an interview saying he's 100% sure that he will be staying with Chelsea next season, so that gives some hope. I agree that we should do everything to keep him.
First all congrats to Ranieri for winning his first league title in 30 years his managerial career, to Leicester for a first league title in 130 years, to Mark Schwarzer for being their unplayed lucky charm just as he was for us last season and last but not the least to Robert Huth who used to be one of us.

I thoroughly enjoyed our draw last night and tbh it felt like a win to me having come back from the dead at 2 nil down which was totally out of character for our team this season. At 2 nil i never saw us coming back into the game and was all the more angry with Guus' decision to start Hazard on the bench. I can see why he did now bcos Eden could have ended up on crutches had he played the whole game.

Champions know how to win and are never distracted by the occasion nor off field antics of opponents but that cannot be said about them North London thugs. I'm not gonna lie after Hazard and Fabregas came to say they dont want Tottenham to win the title I was afraid of the fall out and embarrassment to us if they beat us at home. Its fair to say our lads were up for it but allowed their know how and experience do the talking. I remember last season when we led the league up until City caught up with us in December. Most teams would have unravelled but we were ice cool and went on to win with the biggest margin in half a decade with 4 games to go iirc. Leicester have shown these qualities in abundance throughout this season as have the Mancs in their title winning seasons with Aguero's last minute winner vs QPR a very apt example of that.

I know Spurs were still adrift of the leaders before last night's match but their capitulation after taking a 2 nil lead against the worst Chelsea team in nearly 2 decades only fuels the narrative that the North Londoners are serial bottlers. The most successful Manager in the history of English football once told his players "..come on lads its Tottenham" and those words couldnt ring any truer now as the Spurs chickened out of their best chance of winning the title in centuries. Maybe be the need to change the animal on their badge as its to synonymous with "c**k-up" and "chickened-out".

I absolutely have no doubt we will be challenging for the title next season with a couple of upgrades and better luck with injuries to key players. How apt that Hazard's last 2 goals confirmed the title winners 2 seasons in a row as the erstwhile POTY. Here's hoping he has a fantastic Euro and comes back to be the best he's ever been for us.
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Sure if you want to think that you can challenge for title next season.. But what you must know for sure is that your only trophy this season was how you managed a draw against us.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUbOZrI6BGU
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@ ZA95 - You had the best season of your lives and we had the worst yet, you still couldn't beat us! ;P

Chelsea...trolling Spurs since 19 fifty something!
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ZA95...lol. cant believe you have the cheek to show up. we have accepted our poor season its been on for months now but you guys had the only one-in-a-millenia chance of winning your first title and what did you do? Listen as bad as we have been every team in the league should feel just as much shame for allowing a team who only got promoted in 2014 to win the league this season. Chelsea,United and City have been swapping it around for over a decade now so we can be excused unlike you North london chokers.
Liquidator..that clip is as closest as Spurs will come to winning the UCL. I actually think you shouldnt have posted it bcos they are not even on City's level in Europe. Such video is to be used in trolling European competition not chickens.
@NaijaCarefree, can't believe you guys can still talk smack after putting in one of the most pathetic title defenses in the history of football haha

We've won multiple titles in the past, so it wouldn't be our first. You would know that if you cared about football history but I guess that's expecting too much of a fan of a team that has none.

Also, if you're going to call anyone a choker, it should be Arsenal, iirc we never were in a position to choke as we never led the league whereas Arsenal did at the halfway mark. Our season has been almost a complete success and yours almost the complete opposite. But if it makes you feel better to claim that we "choked" and that your team actually had any impact on the result of this season, then sure, let's say that we did.

In the end, you guys can talk s**t about us all you want, we're going to enjoy watching the team play in the Champion's League at White Hart Lane next season. It will be a wonderful send-off for an historic stadium.
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SuperSpurs...if the question were to be asked before this season that bar Chelsea,the mancunian clubs and Arsenal winning the league which team would? I'm pretty sure most would pick Spurs but alas Leicester have proved how wrong a choice that could have been.

Anything that is more than the time a child is born till they become and adult should be confined to history and consequently irrelevant otherwise Egypt will claim to be world power instead of America and Timbuktu the citadel of learning in lieu of Cambridge lol. I cant remeber u winning anything significant and u have been in UCL before how did that end? You will be back to mediocrity after next season son.
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Spurs' overall season was really good footballwise. They proved it by leading 2-0 at the Bridge, yet the pressure was too much imo. Especially after Cahill's goal, and Rose getting substituted .
I felt like the defenders became nervous and couldn't keep their composure all the way through, but that aint easy eh. they unfortunately cracked under pressure apparently.

Hazard's goal was just wonderfull
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@NaijaCareFree,

You really would have said Spurs at that point? I have a hard time imagining any fan from a rival team thinking we could win the league. In fact, if you told me none of the teams you listed would win the league this season at the start, I would've said Liverpool.

Haha if you're going to say history is irrelevant, why don't we take it even further? If history indeed doesn't matter then all that does is the current season? In that case, I don't remember your team doing anything of note ever? I guess you would consider holding us to a draw a big achievement but don't get too proud, it is Spurs, it's not really that shocking when we lose to pathetic teams. We did lose to Blackpool twice in the season they were promoted after all.

You guys are going to finish around 50 points, that's pretty low even by our standards (for reference, we finished on 51 points in 08/09, one of our worst seasons in recent memory). But then again, I guess being safely clear of the 40-point mark must feel pretty good when your team was in the relegation mix not so long ago.

How did our CL run end? We won our group, destroyed reigning champions Inter, beat AC Milan over two legs and made the quarter finals in our first ever appearance in the competition. For a club our size, that's a pretty great achievement. You can't really be suggesting that it was a bad run just because we were demolished by Real Madrid? We punched way above our weight and went out to one of the biggest teams in the world.

@Zlatan93410,

No excuses for what happened that match, the occasion really just got to the players and they will be punished for crossing the line, and deservedly so. Hazard's goal was ridiculous, Lloris had no chance. Doesn't really do much of anything the whole season and then pops up at the every end to steal two points away from us. I guess he's a true blue.
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I agree with Hazard's involvement and celebration vs Spurs being different compared to the other games this season. I guess form is temporary, and talent remains permanent.
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Lol spurs sorry i cant stop laughing😂😂😂
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@Zlatan94310, wish we signed him :/
SuperSpurs, don't let it get to you. Some fans (from ay fanbase) just love to deride, belittle, and revel in the misery of other teams. Spurs had a great season: you played great football, you bled some new blood, you developed some promising players, your manager performed very well on all fronts, you got back into UCL, and you may even smash the curse of St. Totteringham's Day. Ignore anyone giving you/Spurs s**t; there is no way to properly support it.

Misery loves company, so I tend to think those that either revel in your misery the most or insist that you should be miserable are likely miserable themselves.
@Kgb112, kind of my own fault for visiting this page to be honest. Don't really have an issue with most of what was posted, just got riled up at some of the hyperbole regarding how s**t we are.

Yea, we've definitely collapsed a few times but I don't think we are "serial bottlers" (I mean come on, we haven't even been in a position to bottle much of anything in recent years), nor was this our "best chance of winning the title in centuries" or a "one-in-a-millenia chance" (lol wtf I don't think there's even been a football league for that long).

I guess I went a bit overboard on the responses and now you guys have a bunch of s**t on your board. Sorry about that. Please ignore, it was really only meant for Mr. NaijaCareFree.

I appreciate Terry and Cahill coming out and recognising that the way the game played out was a product of the occasion and intensity of the match. Of course our players will deservedly still be banned and we will probably get fined as well but it's just nice to see the Chelsea players trying to calm down the situation instead of blowing it up even more in the media.

I'm sure you guys will bounce back with Conte at the helm next season and hopefully when our teams meet up again, it will be another cracker (minus the violence of course).
Yesterday's crowd was excellent
end of horrific season for us - cant wait for new manager to take over and start fresh.

if any one can make video compilation of Mikel's mistakes for yesterday night only - I bet that video will be 15 minutes long covering more than 50+ occasions. chk Highlights - Hazard knew Mikel will screw up and dint pass him the ball and It turned out to be 2 nd goal.

watch Emenlo help extending contract for fellow nigerian Mikel - such a Lousy and Lazy bum -
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I really hope Mikel leaves this season to free up space for a more mobile and energetic DM. At this point if we cant get Naingollan I'd rather have Idrissa Gueye over Mikel all day long.
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your last sentence shows the kind of lousy and lazy bum fan you are, after watching yesterday game you singled out only Mikel while none of those goals we concede was his mistake, first one was Ivanovic given away the ball, the same thing Baba did and he get subbed at halftime, second was our back four trying to play offside while Cesar kept Son onside, i for one wants Mikel to leave too to sign a CDM that has that bite to press and attack but your post is just an unreasonable personal attack.
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Thanks @Obiocarlo first of all I must say am proud of our boys. I have been dissappointed all season I decided not to post anything on this forum because of frustration but yesterday every one of them fought for ChelseaFC and the badge. If they have played like this all season long our season would have been different.

@Mumbai I too want Mikel to go he has done his best for the club but to single him out shows that you have a kind of vendetta against Mikel he made some mistakes yesterday but so did other players.

@Naijacrefree I am not surprised this is not the first time you posting something negative about Mikel you always like to throw your fellow compatriot under the bus.
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I love how for once it seemed like the whole world rooted for you guys lol Great fight back :D
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yes that wont happen again for a while you can bet
Weird how the draw today felt like we won the league lol
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We did win the league! Leicester wear blue and so do we...it makes sense LOL!
ROFL Happy Day :D
http://www.90min.com/posts/3168992-video-watch-guus-hiddink-get-battered-to-the-ground-during-post-match-brawl-at-stamford-bridge?a_aid=35274
Cant say that didn't make me laugh - I enjoyed this match thoroughly


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