This is a short story I heard on one of the fantastic Chelsea Q&A nights at The Duke of Edinburgh in Ascot.
(Check the link out, I’m in one of the pics with Canners!)
At The Duke with Bobby Tambling & the FA Cup
At least I’m sure that’s where I got it from. The Daily Mail also had it on their website but I’ve only just found that out after looking for some pics to add.
As this is my story I can’t guarantee it’s accuracy and I’m re-telling it in my words from what I heard. Any quotes are paraphrased. Or taken for the Daily Mail article.
This may go a long way to explaining Jamie Redknapp’s apparent dislike for all things Chelsea, although I suspect it goes back further than May 19th Continue reading
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Here’s the 2014/15 Premier League Cann Table, a format showing better visual representation of where your team are in the league. [stats for prem only, not old Div 1]
As of Tuesday 24th May 1.00pm
I’m still not sure if this is an apologetic article, a filler due to not writing anything recently, or an ego booster despite not actually claiming full credit.
But yes, this is how Dave became Dave.
Diego Costa was bought for £32M from Atletico Madrid.
Confirming the news, Lampard said:
“When I arrived at this fantastic club 13 years ago I would never have believed that I would be fortunate enough to play so many games and enjoy sharing in so much success.
In David Walsh’s fantastic book Seven Deadly Sins, which tells of his pursuit of Lance Armstrong to prove that the (then) seven time Tour De France winner had doped throughout his career, he tells a story of something his son had said in RE class. His son John was tragically killed at the age of 12 when he was knocked off his bicycle by a car and David Walsh was trying to learn more about his son in order to come to terms with the tragedy. He visited his sons old school and spoke to his former teach Mrs Twomey who told her fondest memory of John.
It took 70 years, but finally…
In a word, yes. The more pertinent question is will they? In two words, probably not.
Ticket prices around Premier League grounds is the one issue all fans are united on. Even safe standing is slightly more divided.
We pay too much and everyone knows it.