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26 May 2018 22:57:34
WHAT A BRAND! Same team, same personnel - 3 consecutive UEFA Champions league title. Who said that wannabe winners shouldn't emulate their model? TALK TO THE HAND.
My second favourite team Real Madrid.

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27 May 2018 06:51:17
Anyone that doesn't admire such a great feat is not normal.

27 May 2018 06:53:44
How anyone can like Madrid is beyond me, hate them.

27 May 2018 07:58:27
Hahahaha. Why do you hate them? They didn't steal no one's dinner. I have always liked them. If Chelsea ain't in the UCL- Real Madrid becomes my team. Just like if Nigeria ain't in a competition, my love goes to Brazil and England.

27 May 2018 08:24:58
Glory hunter. 2nd favorite team? Proper football fans don’t have 2nd favorite teams. How old are you? 10 .

27 May 2018 09:10:51
I hate the sentence 2nd favourite team! How can anyone have a second favourite team? That’s like saying when your teams not doing very well you will go and support someone else.

27 May 2018 09:37:48
Guys, I have to admit to a soft spot for my old team Dulwich Hamlet.
Hope they get there ownership and ground issues sorted out asap.

27 May 2018 10:29:43
off course u can have a soft spot for another team. I live in Gillingham so they are equal to Chelsea for my love. I also have a soft spot for West Ham because of the 1966 World Cup and Spurs because they were my dads team and I loved the greaves Gilzean era. Wouldn't call myself a supporter of either Spurs or West Ham but don't mind seeing them do well. But not against us off course, then my soft spot turns to hate.

27 May 2018 11:22:39
In whose constitution is it written that proper fans don't have 2nd favourite teams.

27 May 2018 11:56:27
If it's only kids that have 2nd favourite teams then I completely agree that I am a kid. I like Real Madrid much more than any other English team asides Chelsea. I think they are brilliant club and a great team.

27 May 2018 19:48:34
sid1 old mate i used to live there randolph road behind the iceland car park haha went to upbury manor what a hole
what about you.

27 May 2018 19:59:03
sid i agree mate
i like west ham because they beat assenal in 1980 cup final
i loved watching spurs in europe in the 80s just because i had a bit of a weird obcession with glenn hoddle such a playerand gazza
i liked palace coz my good ols uncle used to take me
i like charlton coz i lived there for a while
i love real hate Barcelona
love juve
love rangers
love the gills coz i lived there
love brazil of the 80s zico and falcao socrates
hate marradonna cheating git

absolutely obcessed with chelsea
and to be honest just love football
i have lots of interests in football but cfc will always be my team.

28 May 2018 08:03:48
Sorry guys Real Madrid is a brilliant club with a brilliant president and shouldn't apologise for them being rich and successful. Their brand is extraordinary. If you doubt it, try winning three consecutive UCL titles in this era. Great things come to those that appreciate great things.
*Fernando Redondo's pass to Raul (that sunk ManU) still plays in my head.
I would love Chelsea to win like that.

{Ed001's Note - brilliant club with a brilliant president? They got big and rich off the back of money stolen off the poor by a dictator who was on the side of the Nazis. They have prospered on the back of government protection and aid. They are the Spanish equivalent to the Eastern European sides that had secret police involvement to create their legacy. Not sure what is brilliant about that? Do you think West Ham getting a virtually free stadium is brilliant or do you think it is unfair that they get one when everyone else has to pay for their own? Because Real Madrid's old training ground was falling apart, with the club under immense debts, so it was bought off them by the local govt, at a massively over-inflated figure, which paid off their debts and gave them money to invest in players. Oh and they were also given a brand new, much bigger and better equipped training ground as part of the deal. All this in a country where large portions of the population have nothing and is in major financial difficulties, yet still they propped up an ailing team. I won't even get into Dr Fuentes, who was employed by the club (amongst many others to be fair) while also being the doctor to provide Lance Armstrong with 'help'. It's ok though because all the samples pertaining to Real Madrid were ordered to be destroyed by the Spanish courts....}

28 May 2018 11:40:59
With all due respect Ed; Is Real Madrid the only club with a 'history'? I would say NO. But even if they are the only club with a history, I would say they have utilized their 'talents' from that history and have done exponentially well with it - so for that reason, they are brilliant.
No club comes into a competition arena with his past or history written on its forehead; if not some teams will be made to play twelve against eleven man 'favoured' Real Madrid.
What's the guarantee that if some football clubs were in Real Madrid's shoes then - they won't do worse (from the Nazi thing) cos you can't predict the human behaviour at any point in time.
A man that's born rich/ helped owes no man no apologies.
I would rather be lucky, helped and make 90% good results than not helped, be hardworking and make 30% good results. I think Real Madrid is brilliant cos they have done very with the 'helped' riches that they have received.
If favour and help isn't sweet- try hard work.

{Ed001's Note - so you are purely a gloryhunter then. Nice to know, but I will stick to supporting a club because it is my club, not because of what they win. At least we all know where you stand. Your choice is different from mine, that's all. I would rather earn what I have than be handed it on a plate.

As for most of the rest, I don't know what you are trying to say with the twelve against eleven stuff, it makes no sense, but I am sure that is probably a language issue mate. No matter.}

28 May 2018 12:03:55
Glory hunter yea you could call me that, I have no issues with it.

28 May 2018 13:09:15
When your team looses a game, I bet you get angry. Where does the anger come from? If not that hunger for glory (we all wanna win and keep winning- it's human nature) . Show me a man that doesn't love glory and I show you a man that's a hypocrite.
Please I love to earn things but I wouldn't refuse help esp when I can't do something. Objective matters to me a lot if not why the struggle and work in the first place.
Chelsea isn't the only football team that I like but I like Chelsea the most. I live in Nigeria and we have football teams here too that someone can like but I know what it costs me to see all Chelsea games, buy their merchandise, travel to see some games.
I guess it wouldn't have been an issue if I liked a lower team rather than Real Madrid. Cos its R/ Madrid (a big successful team) that makes me a glory hunter. You guys are funny.

{Ed001's Note - no it is glory hunter because you choose a team that wins because they win, not because you identify with anything about them other than that. You don't care about anything other than they win things.

As for anger, no why would I? It's a game. I am not some teenage brat who has to rage quit games either, because they are games. There are more important things to worry about. Like morals, doing the right thing etc.}

28 May 2018 15:32:52
You are right, 'Anger' isn't the right word. One thing I know is that emotions and football are symbiotic brothers- can't keep one away from another. Football- is a. Powerful game- it messes up even the smartest, oldest and wisest of men.

28 May 2018 23:34:46
To CFCMatt, I've got a 2nd team: Northampton Town! No-one can claim I'm a glory hunter!



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