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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

When are you free, ladies?

18 comments:

  1. Are they that much better than the men's side then? Remarkable!

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  2. Celebrating a draw like it's a win - the typical Spurs mind-set.

    How did Stoke do last night?

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  3. Hey. First laugh I've had this season. Don't spoil it.

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  4. Not to worry. There'll be laughs-a-plenty with Harry Daley in charge. Just wait till the transfer window opens, HR could single handedly reverse the economic downturn.

    *cue line of high-kicking agents singing 'Harry Days Are Here Again'*

    I wish he'd come back to West Ham.

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  5. Sorry, DH... as a very slightly embittered Arsenal fan you could say the post was somewhat provocative to us gooners.

    What a game though. And what a pathetic performance from either defence... Gomes should be on stage.

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  6. Cripes, your bitterness threshold must be a bit on the low side.

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  7. A splendid game and an ace comeback. Meanwhile, Hull City had already written off this week, and we'll still be in the UEFA Cup places come the end of November...

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  8. Cripes, your bitterness threshold must be a bit on the low side.

    I work in an office where I'm surrounded by Spurs fans - I hope that explains my angst to some degree.

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  9. Want a job swap? I'm surrounded by Woolwich fans here. In Islington.

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  10. You've got yourself a deal. I won't tell you how tedious my job can be till we've signed the papers...


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    Blast.

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  11. What's the money like?

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  12. your lucky ours is full glory hunting chelsea fans as well as the usual johnny come lately instant gooners

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  13. Now look here young BLTP, not all Chelsea fans are here today and legged it tomorrow bandwagon jumpers. My father first took me to (then rather tumbledown) Stamford Bridge in 1962, when I was but a six year old lad!
    Since then, it has been a life of earthly purgatory as each new dawn came in like a flaming meteor and left just as quickly as Lesley Douglas slipping out of the side door at Broadcasting House.
    Allow us life sentence Chelsea supporters our brief moments of satisfaction before the Russian 'Messiah' leaves us floundering in our new ground on the outskirts of Guildford...

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  14. Well said, I've been a Chelsea fan since 1970 and the past few years have been like some weird dream we'll all wake up from and once again find ourselves in a stadium without a roof, near the bottom of the table and with Doug Rougvie in defense.

    We've earned this! Let us enjoy it while it lasts.

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  15. Ah so your the long term fans who don't mind your football being funded by money stolen from the poor of Russian.

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  16. Nowt like a good gloat. I can't stand Spurs but it was extremely funny to see the Gooners faces.

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  17. I think my silence speaks volumes about my take-home pay.

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