Mourinho Leaves Chelsea

Mourinho
It’s been an interesting sequence of events over the last 24 hours or so, don’t you think?

First, I read Peter Kenyon detailing Chelsea’s long-term domination plans:

Then, Chelsea go on and manage to avoid a win by settling for a 1-1 draw at home to Rosenborg. But hey, Petr Cech says it’s no biggie, it’s not like there’s a crisis in the dressing room, right?

And then, just hours later…..

I’ll admit it, I DID NOT see that coming. Mourinho is a lot of things, but giving up was not an attribute that I would have attached to the fellow. (Arrogant, pompous, annoying, unethical, etc, maybe. But not a deserter.)

Maybe it’s just a tactic to force Abramovich’s hand. Maybe Abramovich will grovel and ask that… oh, forget it. That’s not gonna happen. Chelsea at this very moment are probably lining up his successor.

Fabio Capello for the Bridge, anyone?

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Torres At Anfield

Fernando Torres

Ok, so the kid’s got confidence.

Torres promises to join the Anfield greats

And he’ll be wearing the No 9 shirt, previously owned by true legends, Ian Rush and Robbie Fowler.

Will Torres be among that august group? One can only hope. But I’ll try to keep expectations down.

All I ask of him is this: try not to miss.

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See ya round, Henry

Enjoy your golden years in sunny Spain, senor Henry. I won’t be missing the goals you scored (and might have scored if you’d stayed) against us, but hey, you will always be one of the coolest players on an English football pitch ever.

Thierry Henry

Thanks for the memories, dude.

– A Liverpool supporter

Chelski Da Feelm

I was watching The Bourne Supremacy on Astro a few minutes earlier, and my Mom (who was passing by, action movies not being her thing), mentioned that Karl Urban, who was playing a Russian assassin hunting Jason Bourne (Matt Damon), looked like “that Chelsea manager“.

Never have I rooted more for a villain to be snuffed out – in the cruellest, vilest way possible.