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I Am Very Proud Of My CFC

I Am Very Proud Of My CFC











My thoughts are mostly football related, specifically anything CFC.
My hopes and dreams all circulate around my passion for everything CFC.

No not the Team from Fulham Road, Chelsea but the Sheffield Road variety of Chesterfield. The total expense of our shiny new stadium would probably just about cover the wage bill of their forward line and lets not forget Mr Abramovich paid Porto a reported £13 million to secure the services of AVB (money well spent?).

My dreams each season are for a promotion push not a relegation battle, a good cup run (FA cup 2nd round would be a nice change).
I like to see the passion I have for my club to be portrayed on the pitch by every individual who wears the shirt of my team, okay granted they may not be the most gifted players in the world, as long as I see 100 percent effort I will never leave dissapointed.
Chelsea players always look to have an enigma or swagger about them, we are invincible, we are the best, we will not be beaten, personally I think certain members of their playing staff are overrated, overpaid and frankly over the hill.

Give me good honest league 1 and 2 and I am happy, hopefully one day championship football. Yes if I was allowed to dream the dream, I would love to see my team in the holy grail of the premiership,let's not forget we have played clubs like Reading and Blackpool in the not to distant past, but if we did reach that level and yes I know If is a big word, I wouldn't want my team to plummet like Bradford City did.

I'll always stand by my team through thick and thin, through defeat to a win, I remember being 4-1 down to Crewe at half-time in 2010, okay not what you want at half-time, my mates believed me to be a fruit loop because I kept saying we could get something out of the game. Eternal optimist or simply deranged, the choice is yours, but I was proved right. In the end the match finished 5-5.

I have never understood the people paying their hard earned money to watch a match, then leave 10 minutes early (IF the stewards let them out).Would Chelsea have the amount of fans they have now if it wasn't for Mr A's multi-million pound spending spree, I think not, am I bitter, No, Give me my CFC any day.
Finally I was reliably informed that the first defeat Chelsea suffered at Stamford Bridge was at the hands of Chesterfield.

Stu M (Stand Up).



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Writer:Stu M
Date:Monday October 29 2012
Time: 12:44PM

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