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Catharsis Lounge: 2008 Champions League final edn.

I know what you're thinking. 1. You don't want to revisit that wretched night in Moscow. 2. You don't want to revisit that wretched night in Moscow. However, we're going to, not just because we...

Have your say: Best individual Chelsea performance witnessed

Bob explored the bounds of excellence in only his fifth appearance for the club. His fifth appearance. This one for the ages got me thinking - and invoked a query. What's the best individual...

Video: Made by 100% Chelsea

"To be part of this success make me proud"-Didier Drogba From 1905 'til infinity, we're always here.

Glory Goals: The Debut

"Melchiot for Chelsea ... Dennis Wise - here's Stanić with a little room to work in ..... Woooooooah! What a strike - what a way to make your introduction to the Premiership!" The best in Chelsea...

Flashback: Remember this historic day in CFC history?

What a nightmare. And at £8.5 million, no less? No wonder Romes has ceased to make it rain in recent seasons.

One statue, outside RES, whose is it?

If Utah football ever built a statue, who should they honor?

Screw Brighton, here's Yeboah

I'm not letting on quite how upset I am to be eagerly awaiting a match in bloody League One against bloody Brighton in a stadium that can hold fewer people than my bleeding high school football...

Flashback! This is the 168-116 game two years ago against the Supersonics. I just felt like posting...

Flashback! This is the 168-116 game two years ago against the Supersonics. I just felt like posting this because I'm bored, and because of how much the Nuggets' roster has changed in the past two years. Some things to notice: Allen Iverson took and somehow made a good deal of really bad shots, and Johan Petro played a good deal, turning the ball over a good deal.

Déjà Vu

Shannon Brown, MSU alum, having success at the next level.

Flashback -- April 14th, 2005

How scary was it watching Carl Everett lying in pain on the warning track? -- I've never been all that concerned about getting Frank back specifically because I felt that Jurassic was going to step up his game and be huge for us in Frank's absence. At this point in the season, Jurassic may be the one player that we can least afford to lose. Apparently his injury isn't too serious. It was reported as bruised left scapula, and Everett is officially listed as day-to-day. I don't know if I can stress enough how important his health is to the team. -- Who would have thought they'd see that in print last year. Also: April 14th, 2006 & April 14th, 2007

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