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  1. That went down well.
  2. I got allocated tickets in the first place. I also have the email. However, I've been waiting for well over an hour now and not got through the 'Waiting Room' so no idea what's left. I believe you can only purchase tickets for matches that you originally applied for, and that were allocated to someone else, but never paid for.
  3. Bowen/Grosicki (they may rotate side, don't know enough about Hull to say) up against Rowe... Not too keen on either match up.
  4. QPR had exactly that, and he was vulnerable. Not a great deal we can do about it currently with the injury to Dasilva. Hopefully he learnt from it, luckily we weren't punished.
  5. Ruined my day finding out that he hasn't got himself another club yet. Poor fella. Sign him back!
  6. To answer the thread title, in my opinion: No.
  7. If you translate Ádám Nagy on google from Hungarian it gives you: Adam the Great. A sign of what is to come.
  8. Only one of those players has a perm. A bloody lovely one too.
  9. He was excellent on the right side of midfield in 17/18 I thought. He's not quite hit those heights in the middle I wouldn't say, but he's still in our first XI when playing three in central midfield for me. Once all fit and settled, I'd imagine we'll see Nagy, Brownhill and Massengo starting. Smith will challenge for Brownhill's place, as well as being the first reserve for Nagy's. Palmer could play in Massengo's place, but will also compete with Weimann to play further forward. Szmodics/Walsh probably won't get too much game time if all those are fit. One of them could probably go out on loan in Jan if we're in a good place with injuries.
  10. I went to this, LJ played 90 minutes, doesn't quite fit the shirt these days but still looked a tidy player! There was a raffle to raise money for charity, in which I won this season's shirt signed by the current squad (even got the likes of Massengo on there). However, I don't think it's really something I would have on my wall or wear, so if anyone is interested in it feel free to PM me.
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    Tammy

    Dodging the main part of my post then. To quote you, this incident was 'typical Chelsea'. Would you care to explain that? You think a typical trait of someone associated with Chelsea football club is racism? You also claim they have a lot more racist fans than other clubs? Can I see the statistics on that one? Football clubs can do things to prevent such incidents, and I'm sure Chelsea do, but they can't always be held accountable for a very small minority who are intent on causing problems.
  12. Coxy27

    Tammy

    Do they? What is this harmful conjecture based upon? It's abhorrent, whoever did it. It has nothing to do with Chelsea imo, just ignorant individuals.
  13. Has he actually though? Doesn't score many, doesn't get many assists. I don't think he's a bad player, but he seems to be one of those rare players who has a positive reputation that he doesn't really deserve based on performances, and I'm not really sure why.
  14. Didn't watch last night's match, but if it really was a dive, why didn't VAR overrule the penalty decision?
  15. To be honest, I hadn't seen that. However, it doesn't change it really for me. From my experience, I would be willing to bet (poor choice of words?) that he was ejected for a suspected case of unlicensed data collection rather than anything to do with actually placing bets on matches. There's every likelihood that the person enforcing this didn't really even understand it themselves (clearly they didn't, or they wouldn't have ejected an innocent person texting on their phone). Perhaps they did tell him it was to do with courtsiding because they thought it was, or perhaps they told him about information gathering and bookmakers etc and he had interpreted it that way. Whatever the situation, I think it extremely unlikely that the real reason was anything but the suspicion that he was a scout for a data provider.
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