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CHELSEA 1 BARCELONA 0

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go away - don't you have work to do :weeabooface:

just watch what happens next week.......

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Barcelona did not look as if they came to play last night-Good tactics by CHELSEA forced MESSI to play from deep where he is not so effective.

However at home next week Barca WILL SLAY CHELSEA-I have absolutely no doubt about that!!!!!!!

neil

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go away - don't you have work to do :weeabooface:

just watch what happens next week.......

 

Good mourning (oops, morning Sam). (May I take the liberty of addressing you as Sam?)

I feel like an old (darn - whats wrong with me this morning) friend already.

 

Work! Plenty of that going on around me. Only I am not involved. My staff, however, are

very much involved. Especially the Barca supporters. The Chelsea supporters are grinning

and slacking off. It will remain so until at least next week. Maybe longer. Even the wife and

kids got off to a good start this mourning (oops! - morning) - all things considered. Our lounge

looks like a war zone - the snacks went flying every time Barca fluffed a golden chance - which

was often. I refused to move a muscle when the Schnauzer made off with the biltong after a

hair - raising moment in front of the goalmouth. He chowed it all.

 

Thrilling stuff. But the old (sigh), experienced players held it together. Poor Didi got kicked

to pieces. From the moment a Barca player ran into John Terry (stupid fool - did he really

expect him to move over for His Lordship) the writing was on the wall.

 

Next week? Old ( sigh) hat for my boys.

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Good mourning (oops, morning Sam).

 

Ooohh a funny guy - never mind, treat this as a fleeting moment of glory for all the (sigh) old players out there.

Have a feeling Messi & co did not want to make them look too bad on home soil (I'm sure even Barca have some mercy & would not want them being sold to Kaizer Chiefs) :biggrin:

Next week will see Messi & co showing them exactly what's what - their luck will run out on Spanish ground.

You only have until next Tuesday evening to savour this fleeting moment of wrongness :weeabooface:

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Barcelona did not look as if they came to play last night-Good tactics by CHELSEA forced MESSI to play from deep where he is not so effective.

However at home next week Barca WILL SLAY CHELSEA-I have absolutely no doubt about that!!!!!!!

neil

 

Slay? Not with Di Matteo in charge. Impassive, hooded eyes; reminds me of the cheeky cobras that cruise around

Cape town.

 

I like Barca, I just like Real Madrid more. Both have lost away from home. And this weekend the titanic Real/Barca

league match should be a cracker.

 

Glad you follow football.

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Ooohh a funny guy - never mind, treat this as a fleeting moment of glory for all the (sigh) old players out there.

Have a feeling Messi & co did not want to make them look too bad on home soil (I'm sure even Barca have some mercy & would not want them being sold to Kaizer Chiefs) :biggrin:

Next week will see Messi & co showing them exactly what's what - their luck will run out on Spanish ground.

You only have until next Tuesday evening to savour this fleeting moment of wrongness :weeabooface:

 

Kaizer Chiefs cant afford a pair of Didi`s boots. Perhaps a lace or two.

 

We shall see, said the blind man to the deaf cat ..........................

 

And Mellow - I know you`re out there somewhere - don`t you dare support these misguided Barca fans.

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Today at 1.00 pm:

 

Chelsea vs Arsenal

 

Emirates Stadium

 

Tonight at 8.00 pm:

 

El Classico

 

Barcelona vs Real Madrid

 

Nou Camp (Barcelona)

 

Any predictions ?

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Arsenal 1 - Chelsea 0

Barcelona 3 - Real Madrid 1

 

Nearly Tuesday........just saying :biggrin:

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2-1 to Chelsea

 

If not a draw, then a win for Real Madrid

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Arsenal 1 - Chelsea 0

Barcelona 3 - Real Madrid 1

 

Nearly Tuesday........just saying :biggrin:

 

Hi Sam

 

If I were a bookie I would accept your prediction for Arsenal and Chelsea.

Chelsea need to win next week against Barca. Dull game coming up.

 

Real have a 4 point lead on Barca for the title with 4 games to go. Real, much

as they hate to, are going to play for a draw. Jose Mourhino is also a brilliant

coach - Chelsea still miss him. They might give Barca a hiding just for the

hell of it.

 

I woke up to the girls in the house being very rude about one Christiano Ronaldo

and their much reviled favourite - the whole Chelsea team. Plus a young Sharks

supporter who will support the Brumbies against the Bulls today. Next year she is

going to boarding school in Graaff Reinett, Bloemfontein or Namibia.

 

But what a feast coming up! Pickled onions, cheese, chips and dips, biltong, mini pizza`s,

anchovies, oysters, mussels, cream crackers ............................ cake and ice cream !

All the reasons I love watching sport.

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2-1 to Chelsea

 

If not a draw, then a win for Real Madrid

 

Now that`s more like it. Drop in for snacks anytime you wish.

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how rude but never mind......I shall simply gatecrash the party :noworry:

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~eyes the listed snacks~ :unsure:

 

Would it be required to actually know stuff about soccer? :blink:

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definitely not - we just need to know the snack menu, that's good enough to get us in :cool:

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Excellent, sure beats having to hunt down Lloyd and take him with (I don't care that he know so much about soccer, I am never ever going to speak to him again).

 

We can eat the snacks, raid the fridge and trash the lounge.

 

Sounds like fun!

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how rude but never mind......I shall simply gatecrash the party :noworry:

 

Cape Town is 8 hours away. You might just make it. Ask Wayne for his new E240. What the hell, he

can drive you here. But only if he cuts his hair!

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~eyes the listed snacks~ :unsure:

 

Would it be required to actually know stuff about soccer? :blink:

 

Not at all. You don`t go to a restaurant because you`re hungry.

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Excellent, sure beats having to hunt down Lloyd and take him with (I don't care that he know so much about soccer, I am never ever going to speak to him again).

 

We can eat the snacks, raid the fridge and trash the lounge.

 

Sounds like fun!

 

Lloyd? As in Andrew Lloyd Webber ?

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Lloyd? As in Andrew Lloyd Webber ?

 

Nope, as in Lloyd from pe. Thanks to selective memory, the surname now evades me.

 

Not at all. You don`t go to a restaurant because you`re hungry.

 

Quite.

 

~eyes the listed snacks again~

 

Since I'm seemingly on a good wicket with the twins these days, maybe, one day, who knows... :nuts:

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Nope, as in Lloyd from pe. Thanks to selective memory, the surname now evades me.

 

 

 

Quite.

 

~eyes the listed snacks again~

 

Since I'm seemingly on a good wicket with the twins these days, maybe, one day, who knows... :nuts:

 

Your prossie has caused chaos in another thread. Got to keep an eye out over there for a week or two.

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Now Len. My best memory of Football was being a MU supporter in a room full of Liverpudlians - 500 years or so ago. May I join you all ... in my best Wallaby Rugby shirt?

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Your prossie has caused chaos in another thread. Got to keep an eye out over there for a week or two.

 

Excellent!

 

And stuff's in the marinade here now, for when the home fires are stoked and burning.

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Now Len. My best memory of Football was being a MU supporter in a room full of Liverpudlians - 500 years or so ago. May I join you all ... in my best Wallaby Rugby shirt?

 

Nothing wrong with Man U.

 

But Australian Wallabies ! Now that is beyond the pale. And your best Wallaby shirt - how

many do you have ? Were they on Special Offer somewhere - or free and gratis ?

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Hey, hey these are genuine 2006 Wallaby jerseys - irony is they are too damn hot ... LOL.

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