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Dreath said:Well that was a crap game. I can't decide if Wight-Phillips dived or not for the sending off... hard to tell, can't blame the ref for giving it though.
pede54 said:You dont mean surprised mate, you mean dissapointed, and if bland inevitability means that you win, then surely thats better than Newcastles bland inevitability that they are gonna lose. I think you would rather be bland and win than be bland and lose wouldn't you?......of course you would.
Sorry i didn't realise that no other club is allowed into Asia. I never realised that Man U owned the rights.
So what if we recorded record losses. That means nothing. Man U are more in debt than we are so are they due some stick over that?....I dont hear anything.
It sounds to me like you would rather Chelsea would have gone to the wall and faded into history rather than been saved from liquidation. I wouldn't wish that on any club. No, not even clubs that i dislike. Why are you so bitter about it. Newcastle have always had money to burn. They have never been a poor club. If success could be bought, Newcastle would have been the most successful club in England. Its not about how much you spend, its about everything else at the club from the chairman, to the manager and the players. Roman has injected life into Chelsea while Shepherd has slowly throttled Newcastle. He is the one you should be mad at, not Chelsea.
If by "pales in comparison" you mean "is 3 times as much with no immediate way to pay it off", then yeah, I can see your point.GoldenSpike said:P.S Man United may be in debt, but it pales in comparison to the amount that Chelsea have lost in the past few years.
Thats always a possiblity, but the fact isShindig said:It's the fact that they assume they can make Chelsea into a brand when they've recorded World Record losses. Going for an Asian market that Man Utd have already sewn up. A plan for 5 years? In 5 years, I'd be surprised if Chelsea haven't folded.