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It’ll be interesting to see if this now stops him doing it, and if that makes a difference on their second half of the season. 

Oh, id love them to nose dive from here, and see their best chance in a decade to get promoted slip away, bielsa leaves realising he can’t win now he can’t cheat, and Leeds end up looking at the prospect of another 10 years in the championship.  

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turns out we're not one of the top teams in the league and there's lots of work to do. 

disappointing, from the direction we looked to be at in a few games earlier this season, but looking at the squad at the end of last year and the rebuild needed this shouldn't be a huge surprise. 

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37 minutes ago, RadioactiveWaste said:

What has annoyed me about this incident is that it totally got into our heads and that's where we truly lost it.

We may have lost it anyway, but I feel angry we let this affect us.

Clearly the case and we shouldn't have let it happen, but that's tough.

I don't expect it, but I hope the League reverses the result and awards us the points.

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2 minutes ago, Carl Sagan said:

 

I don't expect it, but I hope the League reverses the result and awards us the points.

If we had done it against Leeds maybe!

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Its so f-hucking wrong apparently thos first game against leeds somebody was in the bushes and got told to move, on this time they got caught they need to be kicked out the league/ relegated for cheating!  

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I think Frank Lampard has to remember where he made his name.

Chelsea FC.

He talks about how whats acceptable in one country isnt acceptable in another

Fair enough, Didier Drogba was famous for his diving, did Frank mind that?

How about AVB whose job at Chelsea was "Assistant Scout".

What he did for Jose was "disguise himself and secretly watch opposition training sessions and make notes and report back to Jose". This is a matter of fact its been reported before.

Did Frank mind that?

Chelsea vs Bayern Jose illegally snuck into the Chelsea dressing room to give instructions, was that not wrong to?

I can understand why Lampard would be upset but his outrage didnt presumably stop him scoring the pens Drogba dived for or listening to Jose when he illegally gave messages or presumably taking instructions from AVBs scouting missions.

Its fine being outraged but not when its hypocrisy.

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6 minutes ago, Cjay said:

I think Frank Lampard has to remember where he made his name.

Chelsea FC.

He talks about how whats acceptable in one country isnt acceptable in another

Fair enough, Didier Drogba was famous for his diving, did Frank mind that?

How about AVB whose job at Chelsea was "Assistant Scout".

What he did for Jose was "disguise himself and secretly watch opposition training sessions and make notes and report back to Jose". This is a matter of fact its been reported before.

Did AVB just stop doing this when he became a manager? Or did he get someone else to do it on his behalf?

Chelsea vs Bayern Jose illegally snuck into the Chelsea dressing room to give instructions, was that not wrong to?

I can understand why Lampard would be upset but his outrage didnt presumably stop him scoring the pens Drogba dived for or listening to Jose when he illegally gave messages or presumably taking instructions from AVBs scouting missions.

Its fine being outraged but not when its hypocrisy.

I quoted myself by mistake, meant to edit.

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1 minute ago, Cjay said:

I think Frank Lampard has to remember where he made his name.

Chelsea FC.

He talks about how whats acceptable in one country isnt acceptable in another

Fair enough, Didier Drogba was famous for his diving, did Frank mind that?

How about AVB whose job at Chelsea was "Assistant Scout".

What he did for Jose was "disguise himself and secretly watch opposition training sessions and make notes and report back to Jose". This is a matter of fact its been reported before.

Did Frank mind that?

Chelsea vs Bayern Jose illegally snuck into the Chelsea dressing room to give instructions, was that not wrong to?

I can understand why Lampard would be upset but his outrage didnt presumably stop him scoring the pens Drogba dived for or listening to Jose when he illegally gave messages or presumably taking instructions from AVBs scouting missions.

Its fine being outraged but not when its hypocrisy.

Take your 3 points, your reasoned debate and general all round reasonableness, and don't darken our doorstep again.

Until you come back on to congratulate us on our play off final victory come the end of the season!

It pains me to say it, but you're by far the best team in this league this season.

Go on and win it.

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2 hours ago, wixman1884 said:

turns out we're not one of the top teams in the league and there's lots of work to do. 

disappointing, from the direction we looked to be at in a few games earlier this season, but looking at the squad at the end of last year and the rebuild needed this shouldn't be a huge surprise. 

sorry this was for the match thread!

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3 minutes ago, Biley66 said:

Leads manage to stoop even lower

Makes you pine for the days when they just kicked opponents off the park and tried to bribe Wolves to stop us winning the League.

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1 minute ago, Ambitious said:

Bielsa is a magician. Roofe and Cooper were comedy to watch last season now they're good players? Spying or not, the bloke is nothing short of a genius! 

Interestingly, he's taking twice as many shots to score this season (3), as he did last season (1.5) - so perhaps its simply that more chances are being created for him? 

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