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Chelsea Funny Videos

I know man… Chelsea, I kinda not dislike them since i love John Terry, Frank Lampard, Ashley Cole, Petr Cech and Joe Cole… and i just search for Jt and out come some really HILARIOUS videos. I must say, ChelseaTV is fun!

If you are not into watching Chelsea, just watch the first few ones ya?

Blooper JT and Lampsy

i think this one is not included in the broadcasted orginal, since they were asked the same question with different response. At first, i was like what so funny, but both of their laughter is just infectious, forget the quality of the video, just laugh along ya?

Who is the Best Looking Footballer in Chelsea?

I find this really funny, everyone was so shocked abt the question and had a hard time. They were like WHAT THE HELL, John Terry’s “Blimey” and “flipping out” tells all, but Frank Lampard is the only one whip out the answer quick and expressionless. What does that say about him? Haha… kidding

Players (Jt, Frank and ferrera i think) Pranked the Presenter

I think this is freaking awesome!!

Lampard’s wife humilates JT on tele

LUTHER VANDROSS!!!how i wish he had SUNG! huge bummer, his shocked face is priceless though!

The dressing room celebration videos

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Just look at the 0:45 when JT and Frank is like dancing “da da dadala …..” haha, they’re bringing it! ROFL and J.Cole @ 3.23, SO CUTE! haha.

Jt Arrives back to the Dressing Room after injury scare

Fast forward to the back, when everyone surrounded terry….

If you didnt catch that…

The Transcript:

terry: ‘i woke up and billy says to me ‘i thought you was dead’
Petr Cech: ‘thats not very nice bill’

Bill is the masseur, what a joker he is too. You can watch his videos on youtube. I thought JT was dead (ok maybe not to that extent but still), it looked extremely serious injury, he swallowed his tongue, i swear you could see him went blue. Was really scary!

Bottom line is i love JOHN TERRY And FRANK LAMPARD.

I’ll search for liverpool fun takes, but is definitelu alot less. Maybe they would be more behind the scenes in the future when liverpool TV launches soon. Fingers Crossed!

Ynwa

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As the City celebrates their 800th Birthday, the club celebrates a wonderful growth in the squad and a brillaint result. Can i just say WOW WOW, Singapore just turn 43 early this month this shows how we are such a young nation that needs alot of growing and maturing to do, but hey we achieve hell alot in such a short time. Anyhows, i am not robbing liverpool spotlight, just having a small and absolutely rare patrotic moment.

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Also on the amazing night, few days after Everton gave a tribute to the Loss of a young Lad name Rys Jones, Liverpool is doing the same. Not only a minute of applause for the memory of the Rys but the playing of the EVERTON’S (our rival in case you just join us on Earth) ANTHEM. And you ask me why i love LIVERPOOL FC so much???!!

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Anyways, Rhys Jones (age 11) was shot dead on the way home from playing football. Can you believe such a thing hapen. I would post a tribute of photos to Rhys

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His friends, supporters of different clubs going to the scene where he died to pay their respect…

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How sad…. for the parents to lose a son at such an age and for his friends to undergo grief at a tender age. Hiaz

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This is my fav picture, i dont think there is a need for explaination. The picture speaks volumes really.

All this is in Loving Memory of Rhys Jones, may you rest in peace. And i’ll pray the family who reach a period of closure of his death soon.

This Champions league match was a brilliant showcase by the lads, i mean seriously not only is there such good teamwork and flow during the match, but we have plenty of chances and finished 4 out of them. I just hope they begin to finish just as well in the league.

stevie, It is an Amazing result, esp considering the fact that a couple of first team/ star players are MIA, gerrard Carra, Alonso etc.

First goal, is scored by Crouchy. Usually when he has something to prove he usually fare really well on the field. Goo crouchy, i was over the moon that he of all people scored! Team Crouchy!

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Second goal was by the captain of the day, and Mr Broken Nose Hyypia

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Quite fitting really to see him on the score sheet after finalling being back, sat does not count. =)

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And the third and last goal is by the Amazing Dutchman, Kuyt.

He was damn unlucky during the match, he should and could get much more than two goals on the score sheet. He is the Man of the Match for me. Of course Babel was great too, great buy for us.

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To watch the highlights of the game and the goals:

The commentator must be an American, guessing from the fact that when Crouchy score he said “TOUCHDOWN!” HAHAHHAHA Touchdown?? I know we do call it football here but sry no shoulder pads here. haha Thank god for the commentators that i am so used to!

Ynwa

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Weekend Roundup

My Ever so late response to the EPL weekend, shame on me.

Sunderland 0 Liverpool 2

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When Carra comes off pitch… he REALLY must be INJURED, i cant agree more.

the verdict: not only had he sustained a broken rib but also a pneumothorax (collapse lung i think), poor him and yesh Poor US. Anyways, it is not known that on the duration of his absense in the squad however it is definite that he will miss the Second Leg of the CL Qualifier this Tues (Wed morning Spore Time).

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And Momo got his first goal in the Liverpool Shirt, i never thought it would happen. haha, alright i’ll have to be more encouraging.

Arsenal 1 Manchester City 0

I am so so excited that fabregas got on to the scoresheets, but what really exciting is to see a youngerster such a Schmeichel being just unbelieveable, he was freaking amazing!! His hella good, i think what appeals me to him is not only is his mad skills but the fact that he is taking in every moment on the field. Every single min, every single set peice, you could see the passion in his eyes and the determination. The workings of a great footballer, its in his genes i guess. He is definitely not crumpling in his dad’s shadow, he is making his own mark. and his name: KASPER, lovely and oh so friendly (haha get it get it??)

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Bravo Cesc, Bravo!

Cant wait for tonight’s match against Toulouse, oh WAIT, i’m not getting LIVE feed. Oh wait, just checked online, my smartbox told me there is no matches on the channel but the online guide said otherwise. So i guess, maybe i’ll see some reds in action. YIPEEE.

Ynwa
Wishing Carra,Stevie and Sami a Momo Recovery

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Good Riddance

Its official,

Arjen Robben and Gabriel Heinze has completed their transfer to Real Madrid!!!

Can we all have a moment of prayer, thanking the lord to get this fools off the EPL!! I know man united fans are all rejoicing, and i think we liverpool too. The supporters dont see the “greatness” of heinze, nor do we want him nor do we like him turning his back from his club.

And for robben, finally i would not be hauling vulgarities at him whenever he plays for chelsea. This guy is such an actor, a bad sportsman he should just move to LA and join the cirus.

Good Fuckng Riddance!

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International Friendlies

Okay so here are the scores that matters ( well to me anyways)

Japan 2 Cameroon 0

Brazil 2 Algeria 0 ( no surprise here)

Norway 2 Argentina 1 ( ARGENTINA LOST! woah!)

Switzerland 2 Netherlands 1 ( another shocker, the dutch lost)

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Mexico 0 Columbia 1 ( again a shocker, mexico lost? to columbia)

Greece 2 Spain 3 ( Spain just barely made it, with double goal from david silva)

Denmark 0 Ireland 4 ( sad, for daniel agger. =( Robbie Keane and Shane Long went double for their country)

and….

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ENGLAND had a disappointing lost with GERMANY…

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What the hell, is Arsene Wenger doing at the England training? Maybe he is one of the “consultants”

England 1 Germany 2

I know that germany is damn strong, just that i expected at least a draw since it was a home game. I guess missing alot of action from mising players, and the forward__________ Michael Owen. I LOVE him and all, but he is not good for the team, he is just so bland and not having an impact at all. Let just face it, the Michael Owen we once new is gone, so gone. I find it ridiculous to put him in, while he have so far no recent experience on the field at all. Just because he is MICHAEL OWEN.

I guess we have no choice, since Crouchie is suspended for the next qualifier match. What happen to have Alan Johnson to play?The bright side is that, hey ALAN SMITH started,Lampard scored oh and Wembley looks AMAZING. Thats it, it was so boring and i was so tired i slept through some parts.

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In other news, disappointing qualifier for Portugal?

Armenia 1 Portugal 1

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That’s All Folks

YNWA

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Kisses to Garcia

In the middle of the overwhelming information of exams information in my head, and my anxiousness for tml. I thought hey, let me take a break and check out if there is any updates in my fav sites. And yes there was one prominent one in liverpoolfc.tv

Luis Garcia (transferred to A.Madrid) wrote a Letter to the reds (players,staff,supporters etc), who ever heard of any player doing this, only in LIVERPOOL! And a long one too! It was really kind of him, and you could see how much Liverpool means so much to him. While reading his letter, i cried, yes i am a little overwhelm at the moment but i know deep in my heart i am definitely touched by this wonderful guy. I remember his 3 years vividly, the goals, the thumbsucking, his smile, his drive.

For your convenient, here is the letter. (from http://www.liverpoolfc.tv)

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Dear Reds,

First of all I’d like to apologise for not having been back in touch sooner, but I needed to take some time to take on board all the recent changes and then to put down these words for you.

I’m sure you will understand.

I would rather this be a letter of thanks and gratitude, not simply a goodbye.

Yes, thats right, gratitude, because that is the word that best sums up my feelings for you all.

Taking the decision to change clubs hasn’t been easy. Not easy at all.

I’ve experienced three fantastic years at the club and in the city. Three years in which together, the fans and the team, we have accomplished some fantastic achievements, and I’m sure that these successes will continue to be repeated in the near future.

You know that I like a challenge and that I don’t just settle for second best.

Back then Liverpool Football Club gave me the opportunity to be part of an ambitious plan to put the Reds back at the summit of the game.

I think that together we managed to achieve that.

As I said, I do like challenges and in spite of the fact that at that time I was playing for my home town club, one of the biggest in the world, I wanted to be a part of that project that was being presented to me by Liverpool, and so I accepted the challenge.

Now, after three seasons in the Premier League and having won some major trophies, the chance came up for me to return to La Liga and be part of a new project at a club I already knew.

The idea of enjoying things in a Spanish club like we experienced together at Liverpool over these last three years appealed to me, and thats why I accepted the offer.

I want to thank everyone working at Liverpool Football Club for how well they have treated both my family and I, making us feel at home from the very first day to the last.

I also want to thank the management, coaching staff and directors for the opportunity they gave me back then to be part of such an important and well-loved club as Liverpool. A club which has helped me to grow as a footballer and where to date I have enjoyed the biggest success of my career.

Without a doubt, this success has been possible thanks to the outstanding group of players with whom Ive been able to share a dressing room over the last three seasons.

I’m not going to mention anyone specifically, because I think that the secret of this team’s success has been exactly that: nobody wanted to stand out above the rest and there has always been a great togetherness in the squad, which made it into something more than a group of players, it was a group of friends.

Thanks to all of you for your help and your friendship.

I’ve left until last the thank you which for me is the most important: Thank you to the supporters.

Your support allowed me to settle quickly at both the club and in the city, and you made me feel really at ease with you all right from the word go; that’s the kind of help that you notice most of all during the difficult times, of which there have been a few during my time here.

I’d like to especially thank you for making up a song for me and you should know that every time I heard you singing it, it was like an extra injection of strength and motivation, even helping me to overcome pain occasionally during a game.

Your unconditional support is the thing that ensures that this team manages to pull through in the most difficult circumstances; and I can assure you that the whole squad is aware of this and thanks you for it.

A football club isn’t just made up of players, coaches and directors. More than anything else it’s the supporters who make a club, and that perhaps is the ingredient which best distinguishes Liverpool Football Club from every other team. The supporters.

Because if one thing has remained obvious to me after these few years, it’s that with supporters like you, Liverpool Football Club will never walk alone.

I really hope that the club wins lots of major trophies in the future; I’ll be following it all from a distance, with the pride that you can only get from having been a Red and played for the home team at Anfield – a ground that every football fan must visit at least once in their life.

Thank you for everything. Yours most sincerely,

Your friend, Luís García

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Luis Garcia — your’re LEGENDARY!! All the best for your future, wish you all the success in embracing the challenge in madrid and have a good time back home. Miss you already! You will never Walk ALONE Garcia!! =)

I Love LIVERPOOL WITH ALL MY HEART,
ynwa

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Liverpool 1 Chelsea 1

I am like so pissed, disappointed, delighted and stressed in these past few days.

Stressed—

Exams are here, yesterday had one (it alright), and the killer is tml. Fuck this, nothing seems to go into the head.

Delighted —

Torres scores his first goal on Anfield, not at the KOP but still bloody awesome. I can speak for all Liverpudlians out there, not only is it a joyful matter but it is a huge sigh of relief. And i bet for torres too. We know he can scores, and he is getting use to the English pace and style. Goo torres….

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Disapointed —

Yet again, we had more chances, we have so many opportunities but FINISHING is our big problem. I love my Riise boy, and since from the first whistle he is was bloody going for it but that missed goal opportunity was so….. haiz. And kuyt, you can describe his smile as “Wide” so is his Goal attempts WIDE. I am fustrated, so is rafa and so is all the reds. But hey, i’ll give 100 marks for effort, determination, spirit and teamwork.

Hey, so i am not so disappointed… Scratch that…

I am PROUD to see my reds fighting during every second of the match, i’m proud of every single one of the players, i am absoultely proud with RIISE. For me, he is the Man of the match. You could see the fiest in him, he WANT this, he is in it now for $$ for the team, the club. He has liverpool tatooed in his flesh, that is major commitment and you can see this commitment throughout the game. LOVE MY RIISE BOY!

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PISSED —

At who? You know the bloody who, 3 days after and i’m still pissed. THis ref is got so involve with the players, there too many yellow cards (speaking in the point of the both sides). It ruin the smooth following of the match, that mother fucker doesnt think. IT IS NOT A BLOODY PENALTY, FUCK YOU BITCH. Seriously, football claiming it is so modern, come on we playbacks, esp for ref during matches those old fogies need someone to put them in their place. Their not kings afterall. Unbeliveable decision, that was a clean tackle.

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My sentiments exactly, Carra! good ol Carra, always never mince his words when he is upsets abt a ref decision. As far as i can remember he always get yellow carded for barking at the ref, this time i’m cheering him on!

If we lost or drew in different circumstance i’ll admit defeat, but this is just bloody nonsense.

And the ref pulling the yellow out for at essien (i think it was him), and it that was a clear two yellows he’ll be sent out. BUt NOOOOO…. there was no red. And i didnt think there should be a second yellow or a red in a matter of fact. This ref tried to cover his tracks and said that red was for Terry, but terry was 20 yards away and he already shown a yellow to JT alrd.

Just like the presenters said, he is a LIAR.

However, overall a good show by my reds, need to learn how to finish though and stop being rash on scoring. We deserved to win, but hey we didnt deserve to lose and that we didnt. So hey 1-1 fair enough score.

So i’ll stop complaining and head back to studying (arrrgggghhhh) Last paper (yey!)

Ynwa

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