May 8th, 2011

Kagami shock!

Squeaky Bum Time

All times in BST/EDT.

Premier League
Wolverhampton v West Brom

Stoke v Arsenal

Man Utd v Chelsea

La Liga
FT: 0-0 - Mallorca v Villarreal

Barcelona v Espanyol

Real Zaragoza v Osasuna

Serie A
Bologna v Parma
Brescia v Catania
Cagliari v Cesena
Inter Milan v Fiorentina
Lecce v Napoli
Udinese v Lazio

Genoa v Sampdoria

Liga Zon Sagres
Academica v Braga
FC Porto v Pacos Ferreira
Guimaraes v Beira Mar
Nacional v Olhanense
Portimonense v Maritimo
Rio Ave v Benfica
Sporting v Vitoria Setubal
Uniao Leiria v Naval

Streams: Rojadirecta, atdhe, MyP2P, firstrowsports

film • and i choose kill

And Chelsea says she's got nowhere to go.


OK, I was in two minds whether to honour the "bungsten burner" tag or not as I'm blue as frick, but, eh, whether you're broke or evergreen, eh? So some pics from the game, which Manchester United won 2-1, as good as securing themselves their 19th title (they only need one point from games against Blackburn and Blackpool, if that). And they deserved to win; Chelsea went 1-0 down within 36 seconds, David Luiz clearly having so much fun making cute YouTube videos that he momentarily fell on his arse, and not only that, directed the ball onto Hernandez's path, to allow him to score. Vidic scored some 20 minutes later, meaning Chelsea had a mountain to climb. Chelsea were able to claw one back ala Frankie Lamps, meaning Van der Sar and Cech are still tied on clean sheets and Mr Lampard finally enters double digits for league goals this season, but tbh, that's all I can think of that's positive from a Chelsea perspective. We were lucky not to concede two penalties and in United's last ten minutes they could have netted several. So that's that, really. Well done to Manchester United, deserved.
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So that game marks the end of Chelsea's season-less trophy. Gutted like woah, but I'mma direct y'all to something I wrote in an old Chelsea post:
I think anything higher than a top four finish is beyond us, I would happily take third of fourth place right now, especially as the other four teams (Utd/City/Arse/Spuds) don't look to be running out of steam any time soon.

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Second's not *too* shabby considering where we have been at points this season. I'm sad right now, but I'm also fiercely, fiercely proud. After the January transfer window, we lost at home to Liverpool and drew away to Fulham and at that point things were looking so grim that fans of the opposition were all trolololol'ing that Torres may not even get the CL football that he joined Chelsea for. That fear, at least, is non-existent. We've had some good moments this season, not least winning against Manchester United and City, Arsenal and Spurs at home. Our resurgance in recent weeks has been lush, and although I'm sad right now, I'm so proud of Chelseabung <3