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The Chelsea FC Thread

Discussion in 'Sports' started by Sanda Matuta, Nov 1, 2008.

  1. Sanda Matuta

    Sanda Matuta JF-Expert Member

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    Full name:
    Chelsea Football Club

    Nickname(s): The Blues, The Pensioners

    Founded: 10 March 1905;

    Ground: Stamford Bridge,

    Capacity: 41,837

    Owner: Roman Abramovich

    Chairman: Bruce Buck

    Manager: José Mourinho

    League: Premier League

    2013–14: Premier League, 3rd

    Website: ChelseaFC.com

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    Follow this thread for team updates!
     
  2. M

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    Naona msimu huu chalsea na liverpool wameukamia
     
  3. Belo

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    Anelka now yuko hot
     
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    Nilifurahishwa na performance hii. Inapunguza maumivu walau :)
     
  5. Yo Yo

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    Asenali vipi?
     
  6. Manda

    Manda JF-Expert Member

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    USHAURI WA BURE!
    Kwa wahabiki wa Chelsea na Liverpool, much respect kwenu!!, hivi mnaonaje na nyinyi mkawa na THREAD yenu maalumu kwa ajili ya timu zenu?, i guess timu kama Liverpoll ni kongwe na haiwezi kosa mashabiki wengi humu JF. Kwa Chelsea AB-TICHAZ you can take that initiative or s'one else..!

    Nafikiri itapendeza zaidi kuliko kuwa na ad hoc threads na pengine esp. zile zinazojitokeza kukiwa na 'supriz' na matokeo kama ya jana.

    Ni mtizamo tu-Thanks!!
     
  7. Ab-Titchaz

    Ab-Titchaz Moderator Staff Member

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    I take the challenge with all fans of Ze Bluz.
    Leo mumeona vile tumetembeza kibano?
     
  8. Ab-Titchaz

    Ab-Titchaz Moderator Staff Member

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    THREE IS A MAGIC NUMBER ... Nicolas Anelka celebrates his hat-trick

    From MARK IRWIN at Stamford Bridge

    Published: 01 Nov 2008

    ROY KEANE wasn’t bowled over when he first ran into Frank Lampard 10 years ago.

    In fact the Manchester United captain was distinctly underwhelmed by the chunky West Ham youngster.

    But after watching Lampard score his 100th Premier League goal, Keane has reassessed his opinion of the most prolific midfield player in the game.

    In typically forthright fashion, Sunderland boss Keane said: “Seven or eight years ago I wasn’t Lampard’s biggest fan, having played against him.

    “He’s not the most naturally gifted player in the world, he was probably carrying a bit too much weight and he had a hell of a lot more to do as a footballer.

    “But his all-round game has improved unbelievably over the last few years to the extent where he’s now one of the best midfielders in the world.

    “Lampard has worked really hard and seems to be as hungry as ever. He plays a lot of games, he’s a fit lad who looks after his body and when you’ve got a midfielder who can put the ball in the net, it’s bloody priceless.

    “All the great midfield players have goals in their lockers and Lampard’s record is incredible.”

    Chelsea chief Phil Scolari declared Lampard to be the best player in the world in his position after his team had taken poor Sunderland apart.

    Keane said: “He’s heading in the right direction. When you look at him and Steven Gerrard, my God, Fabio Capello is lucky to have such outstanding midfielders.

    “The hallmark of a top player is consistency, not over two or three years but over eight or nine. That’s what Lampard has achieved.”

    Lampard’s landmark goal arrived in the 51st minute with the game already long won, a routine back-post header from Joe Cole’s chip.

    Cole ran the show until he was withdrawn by Scolari half-an-hour from the end.

    Keane admitted: “I used to like Cole more than Lampard when they were both at West Ham.

    “He’s naturally more gifted. We all knew about Joe even when he was still a kid. But, like Lampard, he’s come on leaps and bounds at Chelsea.

    “Mind you, working with coaches like Mourinho and Scolari, you’d have to be some kind of a fool not to improve.”

    Keane is convinced Chelsea will win the title. And the way they brushed his team aside as they stormed back to the top of the table has reinforced that belief.

    Nicolas Anelka scored the easiest three goals of his career, none from farther than two yards, after Alex started the rout with Chelsea’s 1,000th Premier League strike. Even the gloomy Anelka is starting to smile after his flying start to the season.

    He said: “It’s my first hat-trick for Chelsea and I’m very happy.

    “It’s always good to get goals but it’s easy to score in this team. We like to play as a team.

    “The most I have ever scored in a season is 25 for Manchester City. I will try to do better this time and I already have nine.

    “But what matters is for Chelsea to win more titles.”

    Scolari has already confirmed Anelka will start against Roma in the Champions League tomorrow despite Didier Drogba’s return to fitness.

    Anelka added: “Normally I like to drop back, get the ball and dribble. But we have many players who can do that so I have to stay up front and be very patient.

    “It’s been difficult to do that, to just stay around the penalty area. But it’s been working.”

    Keane pointed out that Anelka was a yard offside when he scored his first goal and believes his team should have been awarded a free-kick in the build-up to Anelka’s second.

    He was sent to the stand by referee Martin Atkinson for his half-time protests yet insisted: “I wasn’t swearing at him and I don’t think I was too aggressive.

    “Every manager has the right to ask an official about decisions but his advice to me was not to come into the dug-out for the second half.”

    Keane was relaxed considering his team were taken to the cleaners. He said: “My players kept going and that’s all I ask.

    “We were outclassed. It’s not a day to point fingers. It’s important to praise Chelsea rather than criticise us.

    “Chelsea are trying to win titles and European Cups, we’re trying to build a club. Last year we finished 15th and we want to improve on that. But we’ve a hell of a long way to go. Chelsea are a top, top team.

    “But are they a great team? Not yet. They need a few more titles and to win in Europe. Then they’ll be a great team.”
     
  9. Ab-Titchaz

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    Alex scores!

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    Anelka scores

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  10. Ab-Titchaz

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    Ile ya bwawa la maini iliuma sana mpaka ikabidi niingie mitini for sometime.
    Afadhali duh!!!
     
  11. Ab-Titchaz

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    Nicolas Anelka scores his second

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    Nicolas Anelka celebrates scoring his second


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    Frank Lampard celebrates



     
  12. Ab-Titchaz

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    Namba tatu
     
  13. Manda

    Manda JF-Expert Member

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    It was descent performance from ur lads!!, hongereni..!, magoli yenu yale yalikuwaavery organized na soft!, i guess hata standard two student anaweza malizia 'move' kama ile ya goli la Pili na Tatu from Anelka!

    Keep it up!
     
  14. Sajenti

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    ..Mkuu na wewe ulipata double pain kama mimi??? Nakumbuka siku Yanga walipopiga Simba na Chelsea nao wakabonyezwa na Liverpool......But nina imani this season wanazi wa The blues tutafurahi sana jambo kubwa Scolari kwenye dirisha dogo la usajiri January pale mbele aongeze striker mmoja mtafutaji magoli mzuri nina imani maisha yatakuwa laini kama unanawa tena na sabuni!!!!!!!

    Anelka scoring yake imekuwa sio ya uhakika sana in absence of Drogba au unasemaje??
     
  15. RR

    RR JF-Expert Member

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    sanda-matuta, Ab-Titchaz, Invisible, nk! mnatosha kuipa uhai thread ya Bluz.
    Sababu mna mods wawili, msijipendelee mkatuzuia ambao sio bluz kuchangia humu(mostly mkiboronga):)!
    Karibuni
     
  16. Invisible

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    Hahahaha utakuwa Man U wewe! Kwenye soka hakuna kuoneana... Mkishinda tunawapa heko tukiwashinda kubalini kuwa tuko juu :)
     
  17. Mzozo wa Mizozo

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    Maumivu hayo yalikuwa pande zote bwana.... Weeekend hata haikuwa njema kwangu... 2008 ni msimu wetu The Blues, hizi 'road bumps' ndogo ndogo hazituzuii kumaliza safari!!!
     
  18. Sajenti

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    ....Let's hope so mzozo, kwa kweli huwa napata homa sana hasa chelsea ikifungwa na Man Utd, Liver au Arsenal jamaa huwa kelele mingi sana. Huoni siku Liver waliposhinda hilo goli 1, Benitez akaanza kupiga hesabu za kutwaa ubingwa mazee vijana wa Reddnap wakafanya yasiyofikirika simsikii tena akizungumzia ubingwa...

    Big up Big Phill, Big up bluuuuuuuuuuuuuuezzzzzzz!!!!
     
  19. RR

    RR JF-Expert Member

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    Kesho tutaangalia hapa kama mtakuwepo, si mnacheza na Roma (mambo yao kwenye Seria A sio mazuri?) Once upon a time they were nailed 7 by Man U.
     
  20. Manda

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    You have hit the nail dude!

    Mimi nishaanza waogopa hawa!, nafikiri approach yetu kwa hawa jamaa iwe more 'diplomatic',esp. wakichapwa..! tumeshazoea kuwasiliba vibaya Ze Gunnaz ila hawa ukigusa tu, lazima uingie choo cha kike-the next day unaweza kuta hataku-log inn humu ndani ikawa utata!

    All n All thanx for taking the initative, kumbe mlikuwa wengi washabiki bwana mmejificjha?, mkawa mnadandia dandia tuu threads za timu sio zenu?

    Nawasubiri Liverpool nao wa-take initiative kam yenu, nafikiri itapendeza zaidi kuwa na BIG FOUR ndani ya Jukwaa letu la 'kupunguza Stress'..!