April 24th, 2012

Champions League Preview: A Question Of Balance

Image: AP Photo/Manu Fernandez.

The Chelsea squad (and the world) wait with bated breath. Can Didier remain on his feet for more than thirty seconds without attention from the physio?

Where will you be watching tonight’s drama unfold, Kickettes?

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17 Responses to “Champions League Preview: A Question Of Balance”

  1. Kiara says:

    Ahh Nando. 'Dat ass.

  2. Thea says:

    Barca fans – let's focus on what tomorrow can give us – and not what yesterday took away!

  3. pellet plant says:

    The stuff here is pretty cool and awesome. I got the meaning clearly and need no longer time to understand it. It’s really interesting.

  4. April says:

    I want to pee my pants with joy. But I won't. Yay Blues!

  5. Marissa says:

    Damn Chelsea, nice work! Even with the ref's help Barca could not win, idk, I just want to laught at them right now lol Hala Madrid!!

  6. Doug in SF says:

    The Old Pro, Palo Alto, California. Come on Chelsea!

  7. Doles says:

    I will be watching the match at home, seating at the edge of my couch, screaming every other minute!
    All I can say is this should be a good game! Regardless of the odds, I BELIEVE CHELSEA can move onto final!

    As long as it is a fair match without any injustifiable shenanigans, I will be able to accept the whatever outcome at the end of the day.

  8. IrishBlue says:

    Id rather not think about the result. I'll be watching the game with my two massive Man City fan cousins…deep breaths now…keep calm…

  9. Kat22 says:

    Fernando's bum looks awfully nice in that pose. ;-)

    I'll be watching tonight's game in the comfort of my living room – can't wait, hoping for a good and fair match!

  10. cupcakes says:

    Well, either Barça will win 3-1 in the dying seconds after Messi converts a highly contentious penalty, awarded when the assistant referee decides [insert Barça player's name] had been fouled by [insert Chelsea player's name] when it's the [Barça player] who actually trips the [Chelsea] defender*. Cue international outrage and Jose Mourinho interviewed stroking a white Persian cat smugly saying "I told you so".

    Or, Chelsea nick an early goal and hang on for a cumulative 2-2 draw, going through on away goals. Barça turn the pitch sprinkler system on whilst the opposition team celebrate, because they're so classy in defeat.

    (*This actually, genuinely, I'm-not-kidding-you happened at Levante – Barça won a spot-kick for fouling the opposition. Mind. Boggled.)