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Good afternoon.

If I could start every blog with the line, Richard Keys won’t be best pleased then I’d struggle to guess when I’d get bored blogging.

But that monkey pawed popinjay was one one of the main protagonists in the Modric to Chavski affair. There was barely a naffin’ morning when this smug, half pint sized can of urine wasn’t reeling out his, ‘I understand that Modric to Stamford Bridge is merely a formailty’ spiel.’  Box headed ponce.

“Luka’s future is here. No one is for sale. We are keeping our best players and if anything we will be adding to the squad not selling. 

That’s the message from me and the chairman. We won’t be weakening this squad. 

“If one or two positions open up where fringe players want to go then we will look at that but we are not going to sell our best players or anyone we want to keep.”

Great to see that electro shock device that Levy & Co bought off NASA for chimpanzee astronaut training did the trick. Might have had old Arry in for a stent, but at least he got the message at eventually.

We’re not selling, swapping or otherwise. 

 

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  • SpursGator says:

    At least until the manager leaves this summer and the whole lot decide to move on…

    Keeping Harry = keeping most of our best players.

    • jim says:

      I think he’ll stay. Why leave for the poisoned chalice which is England.

      • Hartley says:

        There’s still the small matter of a court case in January before Y’all start worrying about him leaving in the summer….just saying. :angel:

        • jim says:

          Afternoon harts me ol china. Cant see him in the clinker but can see a bit of a fine coming his way.

        • Hartley says:

          Hey up Jimbo…I have this feeling that he is just what the government is looking for as an excellent example as to why you should pay your taxes in these times of hardship….think about it, this one case could generate a lot of money (which previously would have been avoided accross the nation) for the treasury as we approach a new tax year in April…
          In fact, if found guilty he’s well f*cked!

        • jim says:

          Could be right, but surely the law has to stay consistent and i believe this is a first offence. So wouldn’t that mean a fine and possibly a probationary sentence. And i think they have to prove he tried to dodge the tax.

        • jim says:

          If they want a good example they should have a little look through Chelski’s books. Bound to be loads in there!

        • essexian76 says:

          It could be a case of Harry giving the government a loan to help them out over Christmas, arise Sir Harry..just saying ;-)

  • jim says:

    Now that’s music to my ears, not just the selling bit but the fact we are looking to strengthen also. I’m gathering that means they have their eye on someone. HH is there any news on the fitness of Bale and Defoe? I’m only getting snippets here and there.

  • jim says:

    I like bananas!

  • Me Again says:

    I bet my lucky monkey paw that Bale will play. He might not be 100% before the match but he won’t be after the kickin’ that lot’ll give him. Mr Shawcross and Mr Huth you’ll have to catch him first though.

    Could argue that no Leders might cause more problems?

  • Me Again says:

    Oh and of course. Listen up for some very special news on Tuesday ; ) .

    It’s the AGM you know.

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