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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by FantasyIreland, 10 Feb 2019.
It was November 77
He was 23 when he joined us and almost 24 when he became a City legend. So Jesus has 3 years. Let's get the facts right.
So humble of City to stop scoring at 6 so as not to humiliate Chelsea.Our friends in the press will be proud of us.
I think he has.
He's a hungry fecker.
When he arrived he was keeping Sergio out of the team, scoring goals in tight games.
That goal, the last kick of the season to secure 'The Centurions' status at Southampton confirmed it for me.
Chelsea just need to stick with their manager.A very very clever footballing man.some of their approach play yesterday was top notch.Not many teams have managed to put together slick classy forward passages of play like they did,on our ground.They look to me as if they will be a powerful classy footballing unit ..if the players fully take on the managers ideas.Def a look of Pep 1st season about them.We were ruthless. Brutal .Took our chances...but Chelsea look like potential title winners next season.Their approach ,..when finely tuned,will render them far more dangerous oppenents than culture club next season. .imo.
Yeah, bet he wouldn't do that at home.
If his mam saw that, she'd be on the blower to him right away with a 'Howler'!
Shame next season they'll be starting again with a new manager then.
Is he a gonner?
If Chelsea's previous record is anything to go by.
2 of those names without a doubt i would and pep was starting him in front of sergio, the lad has enormous potential and we should be backing him not knocking him, don't forget he's moved half way across the world at such as young age, he should be praised for his efforts so far.
those names you cite are the elite so he is in good company