charliepanayi wrote:Man Utd v Everton, blimey what on earth happened there. If Man City beat Wolves today (and Wolves are truly awful), next weekend's Man City v Man Utd game is going to be very interesting.
charliepanayi wrote:Liverpool only care about the FA Cup final now.
Dream wrote:Well, Wolves go down. It's always sad, but realistically, they're quite a step down from the competition. I still can't believe that the board fired McCarthy when they did. He has experience with relegation battles, and with winning them, and experience with the Championship, specifically with winning promotion. You'd have to have a much better plan than it turned out Wolves did to pass on that. One point from the last twenty-seven. I can't imagine McCarthy would have done any worse, but he might well have done better. And he'd have stayed with the club if they went down.
Amie wrote:Also, Senes Erzik has been upgraded to first class in Turkish Airlines. What a big, fat surprise, that. This is why I will laugh my ass off if Barca win tomorrow and people will say "refs make mistakes all the time" yet again.
ElWanderer wrote:It worries me our most expensive signings will probably leave, and for much less than we paid for them.
Jez Moxey wrote:I am not sure it is inevitable we will lose players. I think there will be interest in some of our players but we are in a very good financial position. We have got players under long-term contracts, we are under no pressure to sell. But let's get the season finished, get a manager in place, get that sorted out and then address the reshaping of our team that is required. It is an opportunity to try to get stronger.
Dream wrote:Ouch, Moxey sounds like he's already decided against Connor
Rodion Raskolnikov wrote:That's what it sounded like, but Amie's posts have tended to be fairly reasonable in this thread so I thought I would give her the benefit of the doubt.
The harsh part is that having stepped up, Connor might not be able to step back down and go back to being coach or assistant manager; that could be it for him at the club after 13 seasons.
Dream wrote:Welp, John Terry is a bloody idiot. Three fantastic goals so far, but man, what an idiot.
Negated wrote: I have no idea what he was thinking.
sdkelso wrote:Dream on, Dream.
http://www.football365.com/chelsea/7700 ... er-ratings --Anyone here who disagrees?
sdkelso wrote:http://www.football365.com/chelsea/7700350/Barcelona-v-Chelsea-player-ratings --Anyone here who disagrees?
sdkelso wrote:Seriously, listen to this lot going on about how good Barca are-we gave them the ball for a good 90% of the game and they only managed two goals
Negated wrote:If he was defending Dani Alves, he would not be in position to break through the center and score.