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The Beautiful Games of an Ordinary Genius

Nice review of a most promising sounding sports title by Carlo Ancelotti here. …The book is full of self-effacing humour too. When Chelsea win their first trophy in the first game of his first season as manager, the Community Shield, … Continue reading

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Taking it to the Bridge

The M11 was closed due to an accident which threw our whole day out by about an hour. Once in the capital I couldn’t really understand London’s Sunday roads – it was just as busy as a weekday (nearly). In … Continue reading

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Tsk

That is all.

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Don’t say a prayer for me now

save it til the morning after, as Duran Duran so enigmatically put it. This painting by blog favourite Gary Hume is intended to express the wishes of all right thinking persons as the Mighty Potters take on Chelski in their … Continue reading

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Blue is the colour

I Don’t Want to go to Chelsea I made my small gesture against the Premiership today. I declined to hand over £98 for a pair of tickets to a club I loathe and revile and to whom we would obviously … Continue reading

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It’s all context

Nothing can hold any fear for us after last week’s sensational goalless draw at Anfield, & Chelski will crap their pants in our new-found killer atmosphere. It was ninety minutes non-stop singing and invective at Anfield, and I expect it … Continue reading

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