Friday, March 13, 2015

Karma Comes To Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge

Funny how fast things can change. All season long the pundits have been throwing arrows at Arsenal and Arsene Wenger while praising the "tactical genius" of Louis Van Gaal. Despite the fact that it was obvious to all how terrible ManU has been all season, the media has continually been kissing the team's collective butts. The luck that this mess of a squad has had is best summed up in their undeserved victory over Newcastle when World Cup hero Tim Krul literally gave United the winning goal.

Meanwhile, Arsene Wenger has been treated like garbage by the media (as well as a number of Arsenal fans sadly). There have definitely been trouble spots and bad performances this season, but what a lot of folks seem to forget, is that it's not where you are in the middle of the season that's where you are at the end.

Wenger got his tactics down perfectly as Arsenal went to Old Trafford in an FA Cup 6th round match. It was a great opportunity to take on the media darling LVG and his less than impressive band of misfits. It was as if the day's events had been written for a Hollywood script. The spurned player, comes back to his old home and sticks it to his former family. When it was announced that Danny Welbeck was starting up front in place of Olivier Giroud barbs were being thrown Wenger's way. Lots of fans and pundits were questioning his decision. Well, it worked out perfectly and Wenger should get credit for having the balls to go with Welbeck. Perhaps he saw it as an opportunity for Welbeck to shine and show LVG that he was mistaken. What player wouldn't be motivated to go back to the club that kicked him to the curb and be a hero? Welbeck rose to the occasion and it had to be completely gratifying to stick it to his old club. Congrats Danny.

The week got even better when the obnoxious, arrogant, windbag Jose Mourinho and his band of Chelsea thugs got sucker punched by PSG. What a joy it was to see his cheating side given a wake up call. When Oscar and Zlatan Ibrahimović collided while going for the ball, the Chelsea players surrounded the ref and demanded that Ibrahimovic be sent off. Unfortunately this ref was not as brave and fair as Michael Oliver was in Manchester and allowed the Chelsea mob to make the decision for him. PSG were down to 10 men in the 31st minute.

Level at 1-1, Chelsea had the edge having scored in Paris. Down to 10 so early in the match, PSG seemed doomed. PSG held on but in the 81st minute, Gary Cahill gave the home team a 2-1 advantage. PSG were still in the match as they needed a goal regardless if Chelsea had scored or not. Enter former Chelsea defender David Luiz. His header in the 86th minute sent the match to extra time.

Now it was time for Thiago Silva to take center stage as he went from goat to hero. His handball in the 96th minute gave Chelsea the penalty they would probably have been gifted at some point anyhow. Hazard scored and again PSG were on the ropes with just ten men. Silva came through with just six minutes remaining with a powerful header to give PSG the edge in away goals. PSG held on and that was that Chelsea had every advantage in this match, including playing 90 minutes with an extra man and they blew it. Karma baby. It's a bitch. Now the current "specialist in failure" realizes what goes around comes around. 

So for all Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and football fans that are sick of the favoritism given to ManU and Chel$ski as well as the arrogance of their gloating fans, please enjoy the following headlines.


Arsenal news: Manchester United's Angel di Maria should move to Emirates to save career, says Paul Parker

Chelsea players are a 'disgrace' for influencing harsh Zlatan Ibrahimovic red card slams Jamie Carragher...

Former Manchester United and England defender believes Louis van Gaal's tactics do not suit Angel di Maria's style of play


Chelsea vs PSG: Diego Costa is not the internet's most popular player


Wayne Rooney and his Manchester United team-mates show they have little respect for referees

Chelsea 2-2 PSG (3-3 agg): Lacklustre Blues OUT of Champions League on away goals

Hypocrisy and dishonesty are rife in the Premier League, as evidenced by Manchester United's behaviour towards the excellent Michael Oliver in the defeat to Arsenal

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho furious with referee after Diego Costa is denied first half penalty in defeat to PSG

Ángel di María seems an uninterested bystander at Manchester United

John Terry was grappling with Gary Cahill instead of marking Thiago Silva as PSG defender scored goal that put Chelsea out  

Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United take direct route on road to nowhere


Chelsea 2 PSG 2, Champions League: Jose Mourinho's mind games get a red card but not a result


Radamel Falcao's Manchester United nightmare continues with frustrating display in under-21 draw


Chelsea 2 PSG 2 (3-3 AET): Hosts left feeling blue as French side shine at the Bridge


In F.A. Cup, Manchester United Stung by the Player They Let Go

Portuguese shows why his sides will never be loved with pressure on the referee to send off Ibrahimovic

Angel di Maria is wrestling with the idea of leaving Manchester United and Louis van Gaal has under-estimated English football


Jose Mourinho has lost some of his stardust - he is now facing his greatest test at Chelsea

Manchester United's gamble on Radamel Falcao has backfired - he is a 2015 version of Michael Owen

Zlatan Ibrahimovic brands Chelsea 'babies' as Blues are dumped out of Europe

Chelsea 2 PSG 2, Champions League: Jose Mourinho's mind games get a red card but not a result


Angel di Maria considering wife's request to leave Manchester United


Chelsea branded 'disgraceful' over red card for PSG's Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Jamie Carragher blames Jose Mourinho for players haranguing referee, while fellow pundit Graeme Souness is 'saddened' by Chelsea's actions ahead of sending-off

WATCH: Louis van Gaal FUMES at Radamel Falcao question after Arsenal defeat

 We expect Jose Mourinho to fly the flag in Europe, but Chelsea bowed out with a whimper

Fallen star Adnan Januzaj is bringing SHAME on Man Utd with his constant cheating

José Mourinho’s ‘chokers’ trumped by Paris Saint-Germain



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