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Hey Chelsea fans, This is GoldenThread with a heads up for anyone who hasn't already heard the news today of Scolari's depature.http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/teams/c/chelsea/7879638.stmChelsea have sensationally sacked manager Luiz Felipe Scolari. Monday, 9 February 2009 Former Portugal manager Scolari took over from Avram Grant after Euro 2008The club's website revealed the dramatic move had been made "to maintain a challenge for the trophies we are still competing for". World Cup winner Scolari had only been in the job since June 2008, when he…
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Venue: Stamford Bridge Date: Friday, 26 December.......Ok everyone, lets all take a close look at today's match-up at The Bridge. This blog is straight off of the BBC wire in London. Keeping it real so to speak. We're a point behind Liverpool right now and this match is one we really can't afford to lose. Looking forward to a tough outing at Stamford Bridge by the men in blue........Chelsea will be without skipper John Terry who starts a three-game ban after his sending off against Everton. Defender Ricardo Carvalho could return from injury for the home side. West Brom…
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CHELSEA FC FANS : 5/10/08 : BY Chelsea Blogger SALOMON GONZALESChelsea Destroy Villa In Sublime Fashion....  Chelsea's French striker Nicolas Anelka celebrates after scoring the second goal against Aston Villa during their premiership football match at home to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge stadium. Chelsea won 2-0.(AFP/Carl de Souza) A devastating performance from Chelsea, absolutely destroyed the highly-rated Aston Villa side. On a weekend where title rivals Arsenal could only manage a draw and Liverpool struggled to overcome Man City, Chelsea simply walked Villa off…
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TheSportsIguana 06/30/10
Barclays Premier League Table
05 October 2008 P GD PTS
1 Chelsea 7 11 17
2 Liverpool 7 6 17
3 Hull 7 -1 14
4 Arsenal 7 8 13

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5 Aston Villa 7 2 13

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6 West Ham 7 1 12
7 Portsmouth 7 -4 12
8 Man Utd 6 4 11
9 West Brom 7 0 10
10 Blackburn 7 -6 10
11 Man City 7 6 9
12 Middlesbrough 7 -2 9
13 Wigan 7 3 8
14 Sunderland 7 -2 8
15 Everton 7 -4 8
16 Bolton 7 -2 7
17 Fulham 6 -2 6

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18 Newcastle 7 -6 5
19 Stoke 7 -6 4
20 Tottenham 7 -6 2
GoldenThread 10/06/08
Sorry Notorious...it was very much a dog fight. I made my last post while watching the match on DVR so I had my game face on. Van Der Sar is one of my all time favorite Keepers. He does have a history of substitutions though.

In retrospect we were really lucky to have drawn even on 80 minutes. Those kind of games make my skin crawl. But it's all good dude. I'm all chilled out now.

Thanks for your comment...and no chip on my shoulders. It's more like a pain in my arse, lol!
GoldenThread 09/25/08
hahaha always with the clever little remark goldenthread...must have built up quite a substantial chip on your shoulder...it's okay it must be hard being perpetually in 2nd place.
Notorious O.T.T. 09/25/08
Van Der Sar gimping out early on is the reason you didn't win. You need to reevaluate many aspects of what actually happened.
GoldenThread 09/25/08
boy that was a dogfight this weekend wasn't it? We should have beaten you but oh well I suppose we will just have to do it next time.
Notorious O.T.T. 09/22/08
Ray Wilkins has been appointed Chelsea's assistant first-team coach, replacing Steve Clarke, who has moved to West Ham. Clarke spent 20 seasons at Chelsea, both as a player and as a coach. The 45-year-old Clarke joins West Ham on a three-year deal, joining up with new boss Gianfranco Zola, after handing in his resignation last Thursday.

Chelsea captain John Terry has been cleared to play against Manchester United on Sunday after his appeal against a red card proved successful. Terry was sent off for a foul on Manchester City striker Jo, but a Football Association hearing upheld Chelsea's claim of wrongful dismissal. Had the ban been enforced, Terry would have missed Sunday's crucial Premier League clash with champions United, as well as the Carling Cup tie against Portsmouth on 24 September and the league encounter with Stoke three days later. The foul on Jo occurred inside the centre circle, with Terry's centre-back partner Ricardo Carvalho covering the play and full-back Jose Bosingwa also sprinting back to defend. Chelsea's on-field complaints were initially based on the fact that Terry was not the last defender.

Chelsea's Michael Essien has had knee surgery in France to repair a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament.
The midfielder suffered the injury during Ghana's World Cup qualifier against Libya on 5 September. Essien is expected to be out of action for five months and a Chelsea spokesman told BBC Sport: "The operation has been a success." Essien landed awkwardly during the qualifier against Libya and was taken to hospital for scans, which confirmed the ligament damage.

Chelsea opened their Champions League campaign in emphatic fashion with a comfortable win against Bordeaux 4- Nil. Frank Lampard headed Chelsea in front after only 14 minutes from Jose Bosingwa's perfect right-wing cross.

Joe Cole then glanced in Lampard's corner on the half-hour as Chelsea took complete control.

Florent Malouda added the third with a driven left-foot shot eight minutes from time and Nicolas Anelka tapped in a fourth in injury time. Bordeaux were tame opposition, with Chelsea keeper Petr Cech not forced into serious action at any point, but it was still an impressive show as the Premier League leaders continued the form that has taken them to the summit.
GoldenThread 09/18/08

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