So it’s the end of the world as we know it, if you believe many of the player fan pages on twitter. Chelsea have sold a player the fans love and to a rival no less, one that wouldn’t sell they’re top player to us, what must Jose be thinking! How can we go on?
Not the first or last time
First of all, it’s not the end of the world. This isn’t the first time and won’t be the last time we sell a player that the fans want to keep.
Today’s game is about corporate meetings, business men wining and dining potential clients and families that have taken in a game for a change from the theatre or Joanna concert. People need to behave as such and this includes attire, language, pronunciation, persistent standing and aggressive, rude sing songs that apparently are designed to encourage their team.
This is why it’s completely unacceptable for players and staff to swear during a game.
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