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Training partner, Woodford gn area

Posted: 28/02/2009 at 12:39

Thanks everyone, Jane and I are doing fine with sleepless nights errrr! just!

the little bugger seems to want to get up every couple of hours for a feed so it is tiring but hey, rather he was here than not. the kids love him to bits...it' a bit hectic when there are 6 kids here at once but it can be fun.he's going to be so spoilt ha ha

Training partner, Woodford gn area

Posted: 27/02/2009 at 11:46
It was exactly  Friday Jan 16th

Training partner, Woodford gn area

Posted: 27/02/2009 at 08:18
Just wanted to let folks know that Sloth had a baby boy a couple of days back; Joshua James(7Lbs 2), five weeks after Jane and I had our little monster, Dylan Hugh(9Lbs 3)

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Posted: 25/02/2009 at 09:00

You wait until Arse-shaving starts finding the onion bag

have to laugh at that one mate! So you bought a goal scorer did you?.....nice one!

What made you smile today

Posted: 23/02/2009 at 21:51
Seeing my 5week old son smile when I took him out for a walk

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Posted: 10/02/2009 at 13:27
Good article  by Oliver Holt;sums it up reallyabridged version




Since he bought the club, Abramovich has fired four managers in six years. It’s not the way to build success. What do you have to do to get his backing and a bit of support from chief executive Peter Kenyon when the going gets tough?

Claudio Ranieri reached the Champions League semi-finals, then got the boot.

Mourinho won the Premier League twice in three years and was rewarded with the sack at the first hint of a blip.

Avram Grant was the best of all: he took Chelsea to within one penalty of Champions League glory. And what happens? He takes a silver bullet as soon as he gets back to London.

Now a man as eminent as Scolari is sacked, being boss of Chelsea is starting to look like a toxic chalice.

Put it this way: you don’t take a job as Chelsea manager expecting loyalty and understanding from the board. Lose a game or two and it’s the Night of the Long Knives.

Much more of this and far from being football’s dream job, it will take over from England manager as The Impossible Job.

Whoever Chelsea next appoint knows he won’t get money for new players until the close season at least. Maybe longer. And when he looks at what he’s got to work with until then, he may not like what he sees.

In Deco and Michael Ballack, he will have two once great midfielders who look suspiciously like they’re washed up. Ballack goes through the motions. Deco hasn’t got it any more.

Florent Malouda, Salomon Kalou and John Obi Mikel aren’t good enough.

Nicolas Anelka has too many poor games, Alex is a liability at set pieces and until they get rid of Didier Drogba the spirit in the dressing room will not be right.

Scolari’s successor faces a grim fight to keep hold of a place in the top four. The fans may not accept that, though.

They have had a tantalising and brief glimpse of the glories on offer and dread it all being taken away.

Chelsea’s place in the hierarchy has slipped, too. They are no longer the golden boys, whichever way you look at it. Manchester United are better, Manchester City richer, Aston Villa hungrier, Arsenal younger and Liverpool stronger.

Apart from that, everything’s fine.
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Posted: 10/02/2009 at 09:22

Now he expects Ancelotti to go there?????

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Posted: 09/02/2009 at 13:25

You are welcome to your 1-0 bore wins, congratulations on winning the EPL again, snorrrrrrrrrrrrrrre.  Anyone else interested in ManYoo winning the title again .......... no, thought not.

Bitter and a little ironic given the number of boring 0-0's the arse have been involved in.I mean two scoreless draws against the ammers and spurs? good luck in the UEFA cup

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Posted: 05/02/2009 at 09:19

Rafa's already cocked up....but according to him, it's not his fault,it's everyone else's

Everton  were  singing, to the tune "When Johnny  Goes Marching..."
Torres Torres
He looks just like a transvestite
Torres Torres
He wears a frock, he loves the cock, he sells his arse on the albert dock
Fer-nan-do Torres
Carraghers bit on the side <img title="Lol" src="http://images.redcafe.net/images/smilies/lol.gif" />

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Posted: 04/02/2009 at 21:12
St Stevie off injured....hamstring by the look if it.That will be3 weeks minimum
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