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Sunday, September 30, 2007

Chelsea complain about anti-semitic chants - how ironic

Chelsea are complaining about their fans making anti -semetic chants aimed at new "boss: Grant during their dull 0-0 draw with Fulham on Saturday. What is ironic is that they failed to do anything for years when Chelsea would often make gas chamber noises and so on whenever they would play Spurs.

Notice the wall of silence from Chelsea then and now hear them complain. Disgraceful and just compounds my and most other fans view of them.

Biggest team in the world with 24,000 turning up for a Champions League match. Pathetic.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chelsea and their chavy fans are a bunch of turds!

10:41 PM, September 30, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

jiz monkeys the lot of them

10:47 PM, September 30, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Paxton - If you'd ever been to Stamford Bridge and bought a programme you would have seen that Chelsea always print a warning about anti-semetic chants, thye have done since the 70's

11:38 PM, September 30, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What anti-semitic chants? There weren't any. The warning was written in the programme notes about the potential for anything "bordering" on racist or anti-semitic comments, so not against a single thing that had actually happened at all.

Nice try at creating something from absolutely nothing, but you fell down on a lack of literacy. Bad luck. I await your next lie with interest.

12:46 AM, October 01, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

fuck off u losers, spurs are fucking shit,you'll never leave the shadows of the likes of chelsea and arsenal :P

3:08 AM, October 01, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What were these so called anti-semitic chants, cant find them quoted anywhere on the net. Avram Grant or anybody else who takes over from Mourinho shud be given a fair chance. But are the Chelsea board just making up these statements of abuse? Fishing for sympathy.......

3:41 AM, October 01, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tottenham Hotspur have ambitious plans to build the biggest stadium in Britain on disused land in the Lea Valley in Edmonton.

The proposed new 100,000 seater arena, next to the Odeon Cinema complex at Picketts Lock, would eclipse even Wembley as Britain's largest venue and is expected to open in 2012 - the same time as London will host the Olympic Games.

Spurs currently have a waiting-list of 25,000 for season-tickets at their 36,000-capacity White Hart Lane ground in North Tottenham, but the club is confident that success on the pitch would see demand reach record levels.

The £400m development would include an extension of the Victoria Line along existing track from Tottenham Hale, with additional stations at Northumberland Park, Picketts Lock and Enfield Town, as well as the usual array of offices, luxury flats and retail space. The current site already boasts a leisure complex, golf course and camping grounds.

A spokesperson for Transport for London confirmed that negotiations were at an advanced stage with the North London club about mutual levels of funding for the new transport infrastructure.

Meanwhile, the FA are reeling at the prospect of having their centrepiece stadium dwarfed by the new development only a few miles around the North Circular. Wembley refused Tottenham permission to play their home games at the national stadium during the proposed redevelopment of White Hart Lane. Spurs responded by going back to the drawing board - and are now threatening to turn Wembley into a white elephant.

The proposed development is entirely self-financing and the club are keen to stress that it will have no affect on transfer-spending, which will continue to rise year-on-year as the club seeks to secure regular "Champions" League football.

The White Hart Lane site would be redeveloped as a mixed commercial and residential complex.

Meanwhile, the club announced proposals for a new state-of-the-art training complex in nearby Chingford after plans to relocate the Chigwell complex to Enfield Town were rejected by the local authority.

Tottenham's owners, ENIC, the property development company of Bahamas-based billionaire, Joe Lewis, recently increased their stake in the club to 65% after purchasing the shareholding of former chairman, Sir Alan Sugar.

2:49 PM, October 01, 2007


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