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Thread: Chelsea Match Day Thread

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    Chelsea Match Day Thread

    Come on you Wanderers, let's have ya!

    Don't know what our overall record at Stamford Bridge is. Only been there once myself and have very happy memories of it. April 30th 1960, last game of the season in which we finished second. Chelsea 1 Wolves 5! Scorers, Ronnie Flowers, Ruby Murray, Peter Broadbent and Des Horne [2]. Them was the days!

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    My Son is a Chelski supporter. When he was young I took him to Stamford Bridge (Chelsea lost to the Villa). I remember a Chelsea supporter had to be escorted out the stand because he threatening 2 Villa supporters (an old man and probably his young grandson). One of only 2 times I've been to a professional football ground that's not involved The Wolves.

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    Starting XI: Patricio; Boly, Coady, Saiss; Doherty, Donk, Neves, Jonny; Neto, Jimenez, Jota

    Subs: Ruddy, Jordan, MGW, Moutinho, Podence, Vinagre, Buur, Kilman, Traore

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    Willian still out with an injury, so wonít play today for Chelsea. He had been playing very well. Caballero in goal instead of Kepa for today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOODLANDSWOLF View Post
    Come on you Wanderers, let's have ya!

    Don't know what our overall record at Stamford Bridge is. Only been there once myself and have very happy memories of it. April 30th 1960, last game of the season in which we finished second. Chelsea 1 Wolves 5! Scorers, Ronnie Flowers, Ruby Murray, Peter Broadbent and Des Horne [2]. Them was the days!
    Des Horne, South African full back if memory serves me right. Or was it Eddie Stewart?

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    I must admit feeling nervous as I wait for KO. Lets hope if we need reinforcements that Nuno gives Adama time to make an impact.

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    If we play as well as we can, then I think it will be enough to do the job. Personally, I'm glad Traore is not starting...I think he will be of greater value coming into the game later (with Podence). It might also give something extra for Chelsea to consider in their match plan. GYMW and do us proud !

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    Excited and nervous. Been a while since we had something to play for on the final day of the season. Doesnít quite feel the same as the final days when we had to fight to stay up.

    Just want us to play a good game. If we play well and lose, no shame in it. Chelsea are a quality team. We would have to root for them in the FA Cup Final (assuming Tottenham donít lose to Palace).

    So far, so good. A few nervy passes, but to be expected in a big game. Chelsea have had some shaky moments as well.

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    Had a few corner and free kick opportunities. Going too far across the field and not making defenders make decisions.

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    Tottenham have scored and talked the lead at Palace, so we know what we need to do.

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