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Discussion in 'Chelsea' started by george the blue, Sep 11, 2016.
Not by normal standards does a 2-2 draw mean a "Ramming" you Useless Welsh ****.
That looks like Cahill - caught with his trousers round his ankles
Nah. It's your usual Saturday night in The Mumbles with all the other Bum rapists.
I would like to, on behalf of the whole of Swansea, apologise to Chelsea for 'pissing on their parade!' I understand that it was bad manners for a team living within their means to take points from a group of overpaid mercenaries; Chelsea have spent a lot of money in their attempt to buy the Premier League title and it is unforgivable that we should get in their way. I also hope that little Diego isn't too 'tuckered out' - all that diving must have been exhausting for the retarded little cockwomble.
I have had a stern word with all the Swansea players and they are suitably ashamed at having the audacity to tackle him - I promise it won't happen again! I also feel that I must apologise to Chris Sutton and the other Match of the Day pundits for not throwing the game - it really was a 'poor show' after little old Swansea were allowed to play in the ENGLISH premier league - where are our manners!!!!
So to make up for it, what would you like the results to be against the other EPL golden boys? Let us know the results you want and we will try to help you out after all us Welshies need to 'know our place'! We can't be showing up you overpaid ****ers every week can we?
Go back to your little coal mine tosspot I had respect for your lot up until tonight, you are acting like a bunch of Welsh pratts, Oh wait!
I love other people getting at Costa, it just shows they have no understanding of the rules of the game or the way he plays them
Costa starts the game by winding up his direct opponent, either by words or gentle digs and fouls, he may take a yellow card for doing this and often gets the opponent booked too.
After this he just tones it down to the odd niggle such as shirt pulling etc whilst all the while winding the opponent up further. When the ref say's "right lad, one more and you're off" he knows it's time to settle down to business.
As a striker he is very unlikely to be in a position where he has to dive into a last ditch tackle to stop an attack but his opponent is quite likely to be in that position. Job made a lot easier for him.
He is a very clever player who rarely steps beyond the line but walks right along it as long as he can.
In truth most supporters would love a player/striker like him at their club
No you didn't; tosspot isn't a respectable name! Once again I apologise but it's only football.
Not sure if it's respectable but it certainly isn't very respectful
Haha - Touche!
Spot on Mate
Amat should have been off like 3 times today with his 6 yellow card offenses. Mariner was very poor all around, just like Clattenburg in your derby & Marley in Goons game
**** refereeing. Is there direct correlation to Dissent yellow card rule and ****tier refs??
Amat lost it for about 10mins and was very lucky the ref understood why, he gave him 3 warnings and eventually the lad calmed down. Good reffing or bad? I like to think sensible because none of it was nasty/damaging.
Not just Amat, Fer's foul on Cahill.
If it was Dean - both Amat & Costa will be walking.
Lets just see when Dean is ref - how Costa curtails his aggressiveness.
I actually thought Fer's foul was just one of those things you have to accept. The ref saw it from behind and the ball moved forward (maybe the lino had a better view), sometimes **** happens and we don't like it if it's against us but that's life.
I blame Cahill more than Mariner for that goal anyway.
Cahill was so casual and lethargic.
It was a foul on Cahill but really both goals were avoidable. Better defending needed.
On another note, our finishing today was shocking. Costa could have had at least a hat trick and hazard was nowhere. Ultimately we are the architects of our own poor result.
Sounds like you have first hand experience of it
VERY good point. I'm sick of referees being treated like golden geese. If you see the cahil tweet, he put out look at how the ref smugly looked away.
The arrogance of the man is astounding, i'm suprised gary didn't knock him out! Because of that decision, chelsea have lost 2 points, Gary will have the usual lot banging on about how hes not good enough, and that luiz should be starting (despite the fact he's done nothing wrong all season-he actually as he said had a blinding game today).
Yet what happens to the ref? he couldn't even be bothered to watch the incident back with the player. he wont get demoted, lose pay, lose prestige, lose anything. On a human level its unfair, and the pgmlo need to change something.
I understand the dissent rule, but the best way to avoid dissent is to actually do your job properly, not protect incompetents from critiscism.
Poor hamzy's all cwoss, bless
I just watched it for the first time and while it should have been called I can understand why the ref from his one angle and one opportunity to see it would think it wasn't. Cahill was piss weak and his bleating since is uncalled for and is just an attempt to deflect from weak play on his part.
Referees aren't perfect but it's a phenomenally difficult job, not helped by a total lack of leadership from the top. They seem to prefer not giving anything now where possible rather than call fouls, dives etc. which will create controversy because the same teams/players will moan and demand a better deal in future from them whether they get things wrong or not.
Even allowing for some bias, I find it a bit bemusing people can moan about Swansea's players given what yours get away with.