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Fan reaction following emphatic victories for Chelsea and West Ham


Fan reaction following emphatic victories for Chelsea and West Ham

The CheekySport cast are back for 2016 in style reaching three destination this weekend, with us at TBR hosting the latest episode.

The boys visited Upton Park, as West Ham recorded a victory over Liverpool, Vicarage Road, as Manchester City overturned a one goal deficit against hosts Watford, and Selhurst Park to witness Chelsea’s comprehensive victory – the Blues’ first three points since the return of Dutch manager Guus Hiddink.

Elsewhere, Arsenal extended their lead at the top of the Premier League with an unconvincing win over relegation-threatened Newcastle,  Leicester City missed a penalty as they failed to scored for a third consecutive match in a draw with Bournemouth and Manchester United earned three points against a still-manager-less Swansea.


To round-off the weekend action, Sunderland won the battle in a certified six-pointer against Aston Villa, Norwich sneaked three points against Ronald Koeman’s Southampton, West Brom scored at the death to overcome an in-form Stoke City, before Everton and Tottenham played out an entertaining 1-1 draw at Goodison Park.

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  1. strollingdownthefulhamroad

    January 5, 2016 at 7:27 pm

    As a Chelsea supporter since 1963 (and I don’t mean that in any sense that it somehow makes me a ‘better’ supporter than someone who has followed The Blues for 5 or 10 years) I’m being asked ‘What do you think about Mourinho?’ and I don’t have a better answer than one word ‘sad’. I have a bipolar disorder and perhaps that offers me a different insight, but for me the ‘happy one’ wasn’t ‘happy’ throughout 2015. Much as John Terry claimed following the Palace game ‘that was the Chelsea of 2015’. Well, no it wasn’t. That was the Chelsea of August to December 2014 and matching the teams decline throughout 2015, Jose’s mood declined at an even more rapid rate descending in to paranoia.
    No one wanted Jose to go. Jose made his position untenable. I’ve no idea about the conversations that might have taken place between Bruce Buck and Jose, but surely he must have been advised time and again to think about what he was saying. In the end dismissing Jose was simply a matter of damage limitation.
    The only way in which Jose might have survived in the job might have been if he’d been told ‘Jose you need a break from football. We’re not going to win anything this season, so take the rest of the season off. Go on holiday, refresh your batteries and come back in June refreshed. Stevie Holland can take the team (possibly even as now with some help from Guus). Refereshed and revitalised there might have been a chance. And why not keep faith in someone who was rewarded with a 4 year contract just a few months ago.
    The Jose that turned up at the Brighton game to support his mate managing Middlesboro’ is a haunted shadow of the man all true Chelsea fans hold in such high esteem.
    As I said at the beginning, how really really sad.

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