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Let's shove Terry's comments down his throat!!

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It was very interesting to read the comments made by John Terry today, regarding the fact that dropped points by Chelsea to 'lower' teams like Everton, Fulham and Hull have cost them the title..

?You can always lose the games against Man United, Arsenal, Liverpool, but games like Everton home and away, Fulham when they scored late on, Hull at home are the games that really cost us"

Sorry you don't hold Everton in a higher regard... Let's hope that LOWLY Everton cost you any silverware for the 2nd consecutive season also!!!
Paul Lindley, Liverpool     Posted 15/05/2009 at 14:25:08

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Mark Pendleton
1   Posted 16/05/2009 at 07:10:51

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That quote you have made doesn’t use the word "lower" and really it’s hard to disagree with the comment. As it is, there are 4 teams ahead of the rest and they take points off each other regularly, so if you want to succeed you have to consistently win against the rest of the teams in the league.
Tony Dooves
2   Posted 16/05/2009 at 07:23:29

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Last time I looked we were lower than them in the league... can't see much wrong with the statement to be honest.

Of course it costs them if they don't win and they would expect to win more against the non Sky4 teams. Shame he will lose to us again in a few days :-) COYB
David Chait
3   Posted 16/05/2009 at 08:23:03

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Ya this is one of those non event stories... anyone with a reasonable disposition will know he was only be honest and not intentionally disrespectful.
Mick Wrende
4   Posted 16/05/2009 at 09:12:20

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John Terry being honest? For fuck's sake, get real.
Steve Hopkins
5   Posted 16/05/2009 at 09:16:49

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And to think we accuse the media of twisting peoples words....jeez some people are way to sensitive!!
John Dybvad
6   Posted 16/05/2009 at 10:00:48

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It’s disrespectful and funnily coincides with the final. He did it on purpose. Why can’t the above see that?
Nick Entwistle
7   Posted 16/05/2009 at 10:03:12

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Aren’t Fulham only one place below us? There’s been a tendancy for Everton fans to be touchy regarding coments made about the club this season, when touchyness isn’t needed or appropriate Comes over a little precious and self important... we’re not kopites.
Ric Wallace
8   Posted 16/05/2009 at 10:31:45

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It’s not an overreaction.
Terry has made disparaging comments about us before, and now it is no different.
Most people wouldn’t mind if he just said Everton and Fulham, but why include Hull?

Chelsea lost to Tottenham, and dropped points to West Ham.

It was simply pre-meditated mind games. If people want to ignore it fine, but I think it’s a great way to get the players pumped up.
Go on lads, go prove them all wrong again, and do Chelsea over.
Fran Mitchell
9   Posted 16/05/2009 at 10:18:40

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When we lose or draw at Fulham, fans on here go mad about losing points to such a small club. As we do when we lose or draw against Blackburn, Portsmouth etc.

Fans of those clubs would be angry and call us disrespectful.

John Terry, as Captain of Chelsea MUST believe that they are the BEST team in te country, so any draw at home would be considered points dropped and costly. Any points dropped to a team with no money, lots of injuries, a team that hasnt won anything in 14 years or a league in 23, is gonna be points dropped.

FFS, we consider them a great result so they are obviously a better team. Were still gonna stick it to them, However ask non everton fans and most expect Chelsea to win FA Cup, of course they do.

What did you expect when Utd played city last week? or when Utd play Villa? or Chelsea play Villa? WE all say, of course they are gonna win. is that ’disrespect’?

This whole ’short mans syndrome’ that a few people have developed on here is getting a bit annoying. Searching every comment by everyone in football demanding that we are shown ’respect’ (it reminds me of that white guy in The Wire who wants to be a drug dealer...if you watch it, you really should)

Do we show Chelsea respect? NO, we call them Chelski, only get success cos of money, a rich mans toy not a football club.

Do we show Liverpool respect? No, they are the SHITE, with an arrogant fat spanish waiter as manager and only succeed due to 2 players and we chant ’the babies not yours’

Do we show UTD respect? NO, they are dirty mancs, a club that has stripped football of its sole, the Starbucks of the football world. Ronaldo is a dirty, whinging diver, Rooney is a dirty scumbag and recieves a torrent of abuse.

Yet, everytime a slight mention of everton is made, unless they are saying great things like they are the next team to reach the top-4 you go mad. Even if Villa and City are mentioned as the next team you go mad. But they both have loads of money, and we also say we will never be a top 4 team consistantly without that investment. So essentially you agree wqith the comments but you still go on a rage, screaming ’look at me, look at me, like me, please like me’

Football isnt about respect (up to a point...there are limits ofcourse) its about Fans and players of everton saying we are the best, and evrey other clubs fans doing the same for our club.

I want us to win the Cup for US, then we can show the rest of the world were coming, were gonna be the best. We can stick it to that over rated cheating John Terry by showing our defense is better, and Vaughan is ganna give Terry nightmares. I also wanted this to happen yesterday, his comments are to justify why HE hasnt helped them win the league AGAIN.

JUST like we say we would have finished 4th if for the Villa, Arsenal, Blackburn, NEwcastle etc games.
Mike Bates
10   Posted 16/05/2009 at 10:56:30

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It "was simply pre-meditated mind games. If people want to ignore it fine,"

If it is pre-meditated mind games, then surely the best thing to do IS ignore it? Just a thought.
Michael Coffey
11   Posted 16/05/2009 at 11:07:25

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The idea of John Terry meditating on anything is surreal enough...
Ste Lewis
12   Posted 16/05/2009 at 11:16:04

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John Terry has enough on his plate: http://www.warringtonguardian.co.uk/news/ 4076812._NHS_is_exploiting_my_life____claims_transsexual/
It?s uncanny.
Nick Entwistle
13   Posted 16/05/2009 at 12:43:09

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That is uncanny Ste, and the second oicture option looks like Ray Parlour!
Alan Clarke
14   Posted 16/05/2009 at 12:48:59

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Fran, you are too objective to be a football fan!

The sentiments of the author of this post are still right tho. If we’re disrespectful then those clubs or players want to shove it down our throats a la Rooney’s badge kissing. We should still shove it down Terry’s throat and beat Chelsea 4-0 in the final.
Ray Robinson
15   Posted 16/05/2009 at 18:58:17

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I don’t think Terry said anything disrespectful. We are a lower club than Chelsea.

I’m more narked at the utter crap that Benitez keeps coming out with - "small club" etc. He takes the biscuit today saying that Man Utd only won the league because they have more money and complaining that it’s not a level playing field. What about the 16 teames who don’t qualify for the CL gravy train each year? And how much money gas he had and wasted!
Dave Campbell
16   Posted 16/05/2009 at 21:31:06

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Ste Lewis, Great spot mate, funniest thing I?ve seen on the net for ages (the innocence of it). Still chuckling writing this.

I?m from Warrington and my missus is in town tonight, can't wait to shag John Terry when she gets in.
Ryan Sloan
17   Posted 17/05/2009 at 11:20:32

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He wants to concentrate on keeping an eye on his mother next time she pops to Tesco.

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