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this is amazing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXROcBwRf2E
Ramires in the pivot = Insecurities
I hope Luiz---Matic pivot vs Sunderland...

What if Liverpool should loose at anfield vs Chelsea i wonder how Gerrard would feel after his premature victory celebration
A.Madrid playing tomorrow more time to prepare against us
Away Lose 3-1
Win 2-0
We need a good result in the first leg. Liverpool in between will make that 2nd leg tougher on our players, so hopefully we don't need to perform another mini-miracle at home to advance.
"Henderson missing might be key" Never thought I would hear such thing.
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It'll be hard to win at Anfield. We are specialists in missing chances. They are so good at taking chances. If we have opportunities... We have to score.

Henderson missing might be key. We'll see.
Well you will hear that now more often.

he's improved alot , always on the same wavelength with Suarez--Sturridge--Sterling. and hes up and down the pitch, very instrumental to the Liverpool side.
^ I was just about to right that. Well then, thanks aaron :)
Had a dream that we lost 3-2 at Anfield. But reality is always the opposite of dreams. So I'm hopping for a 3-2 win.
We should play high pressure against L'Pool, they struggled at the bridge
I'd say have Ivanovic wearing a shirt that says "BITE ME" and get Suarez sent off. Things will be easier.
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Im Hoping fr a 2-1 win . Torees with the 90min finesse, top corner. Does a shhh celebration and kiss the Chelsea badge.

lol
It's been a while we haven't seen his antics. I've a feeling he will drown pool; this time he is gonna bite someone's nose as he already tasted ear and arm :)
These Suarez jokes are in poor taste.......

;)
+1
Who needs mourinho to destroy pellegrini when you have Giles F. Smith!

"Nevertheless, irrespective of our struggles in front of the posts, it's an odd view of football, isn't it, that Mr Pellegrini is offering here? One that seems to be saying that sheer quantity of goals is what it's all about. One that sets more store by, for example, a one-sided caning of Fulham than a carefully plotted, narrow victory over a fellow title-contender when it really matters.

On the subject of which, what about that performance of ours against City at the Etihad earlier this season? Looked like a big team playing like a big team to me. Looked like a big team really stepping up, actually. Same when we beat City again at home. Big as you like. Big as it gets, frankly. But not big enough for Mr Pellegrini's tastes, apparently.

And yet those two results are part of the reason City now find themselves third in the league and praying for favours from the humble likes of us - those two results and, of course, the recent defeat by Liverpool.

Now, if ever there was time for a big team to play like a big team, it was last Sunday at Anfield. Unfortunately, City didn't quite go big enough.

If ever there was another time for a big team to play like a big team, it was when City went to the Emirates a couple of weeks ago, charged with taking three points off an Arsenal side who were, at that point, not so much on the ropes as half hanging out of the ring. Unfortunately, City didn't quite go big enough.

If ever there was another time for a big team to play like a big team, it was when City were at home to Wigan in the quarter-final of the FA Cup. Unfortunately, they didn't quite go big enough.

If ever there was another time for a big team to play like a big team, it was when City faced Barcelona in the Champions League Round of 16. Unfortunately, they didn't quite go big enough. Twice.

Playing like a big team last night against Sunderland might have been quite a smart idea, too. But, once more, no."

My jaw dropped after my bro showed me

http://www.chelseafc.com/news-article/article/3771635/title/giles-smiths-thursday-thoughts
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I've seen many comments about how people wish Matic and Salah weren't cup tied for CL. On one hand it is a shame we can't use them but on the other hand it has its benefits as well. We have 2 players that are only eligible to play in the PL so we have 2 dedicated players that will be automatically rested for our title run and it makes choosing the line ups a bit easier IMO.

I know everybody here would love to see Matic in the semis but I think having him only able to play PL games is a blessing in disguise. Same goes for Salah who's not as influencial but still has a role to play in the outcome of our season.

Luiz has stepped up at the most crucial time this year. And if Matic were allowed to play I don't think Luiz would've been given the chance. He's a big game player, we've seen it many times since he arrived and put on a blue shirt. My biggest worry is that with all the summer business yet to do that we let Luiz go. Would be a greater loss than Mata IMO because he's so versatialle.

Despite not getting the results we wanted from our strikers we have great depth. It's been a real pleasure to watch Mourinho's tactics unfold. We had all 3 strikers out there v PSG! Quite the unorthodox approach, but the result in the end was advancement to the semi finals of the CL. Every morning I have to check our schedule again to make sure I wasn't dreaming it. It still seems a little sureal.
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I doubt we let Luiz go. I think a Matic-Luiz pairing is pretty formidable, and Luiz is a great assurance in case Cahill-Terry are out or need a rest.

Luiz has grown pretty consistent under Mourinho, his wild antics limited, still there, but limited to where they don't hurt our team.

Next year: Matic-Luiz in the centre of the field, Cahill-Terry at the back, Diego Costa up front. That is about as bossing a spine as you are going to find in world football.

Steve Holland will apparently be doing the press conference tomorrow.

Mourinho not talking to the media for the 2nd straight week.
Mou's too busy:

http://hardcorezen.info/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/mad_scientist.jpg
And Billy McCulloch will be doing the pre-game speach. Remember the last time he did the pre-game, our visit to the Etihad.
probably mou doesn't want to be asked more questions about the FA..and maybe he flying to Spain tomorrow to watch atletico
Liquidator is the new Donkey
+1
Nah, Liquidator is consistant and he scores (married) :P

Not like the real Donkey...wears no. 9...
Lolololol, what?


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23
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6
5
22
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3
67
18
41
59
7
7
20
34
4
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21
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55
6
9
19
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60
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48
48
10
6
18
34
6
57
18
38
56
10
6
17
33
7
48
5
45
50
12
9
13
34
8
46
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52
38
16
4
14
34
9
43
-10
48
38
13
10
11
34
10
40
-14
41
27
18
4
12
34
11
37
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47
38
17
7
10
34
12
36
-6
40
34
17
6
10
33
13
34
-14
49
35
17
7
9
33
14
33
-5
50
45
17
9
8
34
15
33
-11
51
40
12
15
6
33
16
32
-27
53
26
18
8
8
34
17
30
-40
74
34
22
3
9
34
18
29
-34
64
30
19
8
7
34
19
26
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56
31
19
8
6
33
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