Chelsea Thread 16/17 (title winners, unlike spurs)

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  1. gordondaviesmoustache

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  2. I reckon you enjoyed the bit about him pissing in the sink?
     
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    It took quite a while for us to fall in love with Etihad - CoMS as it was then - after 80 years of Maine Road.
     
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    He was a real pissant, who was very rarely stable.
     
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    A bit?

    That's like saying there are some big stones on Salisbury Plain.
     
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    Best of luck to Chelsea tomorrow, hoping for at least a repeat of the league game.
     
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    Would love to do the rags at wembley again though
     
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    They'll need more than luck, don't forget Chelsea will be playing against 14.
     
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    Conte v Maureen is such a mismatch these days that it shouldn't really matter.
     
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    He's a very pragmatic coach, but often times we'd be up against teams who would literally refuse to step further than 5 metres outside of their penalty box, so we'd more often than not end up being camped inside the opposition half for 90 minutes. Most teams in the bottom half would come to the Bridge and set up that way.

    But the night that IMO sums Mourinho up in a nutshell was the night we played Atletico Madrid at home in the CL semifinal 2nd leg, having managed to get a very admirable 0-0 draw in Madrid, we started that night with 6 actual defenders (back 4 plus David Luiz in midfield and Azpi at RW) as well as a very functional Ramires next to Luiz. We lost 3-1. Embarrassing tactics IMO. If we had actually tried to win the game but got battered 4-0, I would have been less embarrassed than playing 6 defenders at home in such a major game and then losing anyway.
     

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