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Post by shinpads on December 13th 2011, 03:38

ok we lost, ive never looked to blame refs but if twattenburg had actually used his god given right to see the blindingly obvious, we would have been 2 up in 20 mins and would have pissed it. even henry winter had to admit as much in his match report. the fact that the chelsea fans celebrated like they had won the world cup tells you how far we have come, we are feared, and if we take four points from the next six we will be top at xmas, something we fucked up against the blue scouse last year, but something that will not be lost on bobby. get used to being top boys it will continue for not just weeks or months, it will be our earned position for years to come. yes we lost one, but pity arsenal because the backlash will be harsh !!!!!
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Post by mat on December 13th 2011, 15:10

Agreed,
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Post by Derek on December 13th 2011, 23:28

A 2-1 loss to chelsea at the bridge is a good result that no team in world football would be too displeased with. It is now how we react that will prove if we are good enough to win the league and with the players and manager we have I doubt it will be anything but a confident and assertive one.
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Post by quiet_riot on December 14th 2011, 18:11

I think the strength of our 'backlash' on Sunday will say more than our loss at Chelsea.

Lose to Arsenal and it will say that we are weak-minded. However, smash them, and the other 19 teams will be shitting it again.
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Post by jimharri on December 14th 2011, 20:43

quiet_riot wrote:I think the strength of our 'backlash' on Sunday will say more than our loss at Chelsea.

Lose to Arsenal and it will say that we are weak-minded. However, smash them, and the other 19 teams will be shitting it again.
I'm not necessarily looking to smash them. A solid 1-0 win (a la Arsenal under George Graham) will suffice for me. Then try to get the GD up against Stoke in midweek.
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Post by bluealf on December 14th 2011, 23:18

3 points is all that is required against Arsenal.

Some of the football we played in the opening 25 minutes was brilliant and how we didnt score another in that time is unbelievable nevermind the penalty.

We have come a long way in 2 seasons and we will just keep getting better.

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