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COME ON CHELSEA
19th May 2012, 18:17  

Craft NLI says:

Is there a match on then straight boy?

19th May 2012, 18:50

540air says:

Only a mildly entertaining kick about between some chaps. You should try it, some of them are quite dashing not so straight boy ;)

19th May 2012, 19:10

Craft says:

Once upon a time : - )

Seriously though, CandyMan is a rabid football fan, no match of any note and quite a few of the others gets past me thanks to him ; - )

19th May 2012, 19:22

540air says:

In that case hopefully you are both joining me as honorary Chelsea fans for the evening :)

19th May 2012, 19:42

Craft says:

I wasn't really watching, me and the ma in law were cooking supper for half the western world all clustered around the TV with CM and his dad. I couldn't watch a penalty shoot out! I'm much too much of a pansy. We had some spurs fans present too who were disappointed. Hope you enjoyed it : - )

19th May 2012, 21:09

540air says:

Absolutely loved it. Gutted for your Spurs contingent, but high 5s for you and cm whenever we get around to meeting up :)

19th May 2012, 22:47

Craft says:

I'm still not sure why it was important for Spurs for Chelsea to lose but if I ask Roy of the bleedin' Rovers here he rolls his eyes at me... : - ( Seems a funny way to go on, to only be successful because a team you're not playing loses...

20th May 2012, 15:52

540air says:

That's footy for you. To use a well worn phrase, it's a funny old game!!

2nd Jun 2012, 15:17

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