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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 05:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Any football fans around here?

Me being a Tottenham fan am rather pissed off this morning.

It has been a good week. Dirty Arsenal's dirty Ashley Cole has been a a spoilt little prick and been fined, as were Arsenal and Chelsea in some part. Ahsley Cole is a knob - all this rubbish about Arsenal being disloyal and how he could ne envisage playing for another club, not least in this country. I think he should take a look in the mirror: why go have a meeting in the first place with another club?! Anyway...

Now dirty Chelski and their arrogant ways have decided to try and ruin my clubs good season by illegally approaching my Director of Football? What a bunch of bastards. Who do they think they are? However, I don't know who I am more dissapointed with. Frank Arnesen or Chelsea. In the short time he has been at the club, Uncle Frank has won our hearts. He is a very clever football brain and a very shrewd investor when it comes to talent. But how can he kick us in the teeth like this? What does this mean for Martin Jol? I do hope he is far more loyal. For once, on a day when we have roughly a one in four chance of qualifying for the UEFA Cup, in an end of season when for once us Spurs fans have nothing to worry about and something to look forward to, do we get bad news.

Where did it all go wrong...?

Roman Fucking Abramovic.

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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 05:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Roman Fucking Abramovic.


AbramovicH, firstly. And this 'fucking' Roman did a lot of good things for sport here in Russia, by the way.

And you don't need to piss off just because Chelsea is richer than your fave club. I'm not their supporter and I don't care about Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal, MU, Blackburn and bunch of other English teams, but it's unfair to say bad things about the guy who helps homeless children and spends HIS money on charities...

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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 05:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Didn't question his charity did I?

Questioned his morals as a man in the footballing world. He comes over here and thinks he can just run the show? Just cause he's got money? Bollocks. You'd think they'd have learned after the Ashley Cole case, but no - they have to make ANOTHER illegal approach.

Idiots. Like to see their excuse for this one.

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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 05:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Didn't question his charity did I?

Questioned his morals as a man in the footballing world. He comes over here and thinks he can just run the show? Just cause he's got money? Bollocks. You'd think they'd have learned after the Ashley Cole case, but no - they have to make ANOTHER illegal approach.

Idiots. Like to see their excuse for this one.


Yes, I agree about that. He came to English football, bought everything and it's not very good, I guess, especially for English football fans. Chelsea works in not very honest and polite way sometimes.

I just wanted to let you know that this guy is not so bad and it's unfair to blame him - he's doing good things as well (in Russia at least) :)

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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 06:01 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I completely agree. Couldn't be more pleased with someone who gives away his own for fortune peacefully to help others, without want for personal gain.

But it's a complete about face in the football world. However, whether he makes the decisions, or whether people make decision on behalf of him becuase he has the money is perhaps a different story. I never used to really think it about Chelsea, bout now in the last few weeks things have gotten ridiculous, I've started to believe that they are just trying to "buy" football.

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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 06:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Apparently Chelsea officially approached Spurs 2 weeks ago to talk to him and now, after the Cole enquiry verdict, they decide it was an illegal approach? Maybe Spurs want Chelsea to be deducted more points at the start of next season so that they can find it easier to close the 43pt gap between the two clubs.

I am sure the Football League will find Chelsea guilty so that they can get more money in their coffers. Liverpool tap up a player a few years back and are fined £20,000 - Chelsea total £500,000.




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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 06:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Actually some 'moral problems' are in all clubs, not only in Chelsea. You probably know guy - Sergey Rebrov, who couldn't leave Spurs for a long time, because no-one wanted let him go and no-one wanted to let him play neither... It's not very good, IMHO

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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 06:23 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Rebrov was a very good player.

It was less that we didn't want to let him go, just £11million is a big investment for a club like Spurs, espeially a few years ago. The manager who signed him left, a new boss came in, he didn't fit into his plans, that's life, same with any "job".

We let him go on loan for 18 months to Fenerbahce in Turkey, but he didn't really enjoy it. His contract ran out, and he went to West Ham. They got promoted to the Premiership recently, so I'm pleased for him.

I hope Chelsea get proper punished for this though. Somethings gotta shut them up.

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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 06:26 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Bob The Shrek wrote:

Apparently Chelsea officially approached Spurs 2 weeks ago to talk to him and now, after the Cole enquiry verdict, they decide it was an illegal approach? Maybe Spurs want Chelsea to be deducted more points at the start of next season so that they can find it easier to close the 43pt gap between the two clubs.

I am sure the Football League will find Chelsea guilty so that they can get more money in their coffers. Liverpool tap up a player a few years back and are fined £20,000 - Chelsea total £500,000.




You're correct, Chelsea did contact Spurs. However, at the same time, contacted Arnesen. Thus, we had no chance to turn down their advances, which is both very ungamely and underhand. We could have turned down the approach, and things could have been sorted in a proper way.

And Liverpool were fined a lesser amount a few years back, but a few years back money was different in football.

And it ain't at all about closing a points gap, it's the point of the way Chelsea are conducting themselves. Bully tactis should not be allowed, and it is ridiculous. The "large" fine imposed on Chelsea was in the hope to shock them and stop them from breaching rules and conduct again. However, for most clubs, this fine would have worked. But for Chelsea, £500,000 is nothing unfrotunately.

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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 06:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I'm with Mr Bosman on this. Just because someone works in a bank, doesn't mean they can't talk to another bank. The same should apply to football.

I reckon Chelsea made an official approach here.

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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 06:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Bob The Shrek wrote:

Apparently Chelsea officially approached Spurs 2 weeks ago to talk to him and now, after the Cole enquiry verdict, they decide it was an illegal approach? Maybe Spurs want Chelsea to be deducted more points at the start of next season so that they can find it easier to close the 43pt gap between the two clubs.

I am sure the Football League will find Chelsea guilty so that they can get more money in their coffers. Liverpool tap up a player a few years back and are fined £20,000 - Chelsea total £500,000.




You're correct, Chelsea did contact Spurs. However, at the same time, contacted Arnesen. Thus, we had no chance to turn down their advances, which is both very ungamely and underhand. We could have turned down the approach, and things could have been sorted in a proper way. And, Chelsea approached us on Friday again, which is when Tottenham first found out about their approach directly to Arnesen also.

And Liverpool were fined a lesser amount a few years back, but a few years back money was different in football.

And it ain't at all about closing a points gap, it's the point of the way Chelsea are conducting themselves. Bully tactis should not be allowed, and it is ridiculous. The "large" fine imposed on Chelsea was in the hope to shock them and stop them from breaching rules and conduct again. However, for most clubs, this fine would have worked. But for Chelsea, £500,000 is nothing unfortunately.

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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 07:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Part of a quote from David Pleat off the BBC website:

"I am surprised but there is no loyalty in football," said Pleat on BBC's Sportsweek.

"People have agreements and contracts but, inevitably, in 90% of the cases when they move they have already had the whisper and then comes the formal approach.

"I left last year in May and the following day Frank Arnesen was in place, so exactly the same thing happened when he left PSV Eindhoven."

Or doesn't that count because you don't play in blue or have a Russian billionaire backing you?



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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 12:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Fair point Bob.

It just seems incredibly arrogant of Chelsea to do this again after the Cole affair.

But I think I'm more pissed off with Arnesen than with Chelsea. We all know that tapping-up occurs in football, so there's no point in getting upset if one of your players/team's staff is tapped-up. What is upsetting that Arnesen has so readily admitted that he wants to leave Spurs when he's not even a 3rd of the way through his contract with us, and he's no reason to be upset with the club and to leave us in this manner after a very promising first season.

As always with us, just when things start to look up, something turns up to set us back again.

What I can't see is Arnesen fitting into the Chelsea setup. Mourinho doesn't strike me as the kind of guy that would be happy to be working underneath a Sporting Director.

Bye-bye, Mr Arnesen. Wanker.



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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 12:39 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Bob mate, its not the point of "on your own doorstep" as such, it's the principle and audacity of the matter.

Like Bohardy said, a promising season for once with a close-season I'm looking forward to, everything is looking good at the Lane for once. And then a man who we all adore just kicks us in the nuts becuase the rich bully from down the road clicks his fingers and makes it happen.

It's not on. And, especially after what has just happened with Ashley Cole.

Oh well, 7.45 tonigh, its the Fair Play draw for the UEFA Cup. Come on Spurs...

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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 12:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Didn't question his charity did I?

Questioned his morals as a man in the footballing world. He comes over here and thinks he can just run the show? Just cause he's got money? Bollocks. You'd think they'd have learned after the Ashley Cole case, but no - they have to make ANOTHER illegal approach.

Idiots. Like to see their excuse for this one.


all sounds like petty jealousy to me
i support a mediocre (130 years of winning fuck all) team...birmingham city

and personally i couldn't care less what Chelsea get up to...it's certainly no worse than anything ManURE or Arseholes have got upto for the last ten years...yes it stings like fuck if someone is doing it to you...but so what? chelsea are a breath of fresh air...they play fantastic football....and it was refreshing to see the stupid grins wiped off the faces of the Highbury Librarian and the Old Twathead Teacup-slinging-boot-kicking-alcoholic-stopwatch


vive la revolution! long may it continue


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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 13:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

eggy wrote:

I'm with Mr Bosman on this. Just because someone works in a bank, doesn't mean they can't talk to another bank. The same should apply to football.

I reckon Chelsea made an official approach here.


i don't think YOU have grasped the principles of The Bosman Ruling

they are that, a player under contract cannot be approached directly, the management of his club must be approached and their refusal or acceptance is abided by.

a player under contract has to be told of an approach

a player under contract cannot talk to another club

finally, (and perhaps more importantly) if a player is under contract for five years he will be paid for five years, whether he is picked to play or not! he can if he chooses pick up his salary and waste away in the reserves. working in a bank is entirely different - the bank can "let you go" and only have to pay you a small severance - a month pay for every year you worked there....feel free to tell me how both cases are the same!




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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 13:18 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Petty jealousy?

Maybe it's cause Birmingham are boring lol, or have no-one worth poaching.

It's the audacity of Chelsea's bully tactics, and the nerve of Arnesen.

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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 16:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

THis is bollocks. Illegal approaches have been going on for years. Tottenham had no qualms about hiring George Graham despite his history & don't even start about Terry Venables....

If the FA want to do something about it, fine, but it has to apply equally to everyone. The problem is it can't, because it's too widespread.

Having said that, Chelsea can't complain - they do APPEAR to have the arrogance to break the rules in public - and the punishment is shite. The fine is irrelevant (to be honest it would be for most Premiership sides), and the suspended points penalty is a joke. If you want to deter them from doing it again, it's a ten point penalty suspended for 5 years - that would make them more careful in future.

Finally, it's too late to complain about the inequality of the FA's punishment system. The time for that was when Rio Ferdinand got an 8 month ban for exactly the same offence as another player had been fined for a couple of months earlier.

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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 16:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I'm not talking about Bosman Ruling. I'm talking about Bosman offering support to Ashley Cole in the aftermath of the rulings against him.

Bad luck Spurs on fair play, but to be honest the whole thing is a load of bollock anyway.

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Posted: 05 Jun 05, 16:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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