Date: 2nd May 2011 at 2:54am
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I'll get away with it, I play for Chelsea

I'll get away with it, I play for

How many more hits can any club endure before you begin to question the very fabric of our footballing establishment?

Sunday’s game at the Emirates was yet another example of why it’s become increasingly obvious the FA are determined United will not beat the lovable, media friendly to that 19th title.

Michael Owen gets his achilles practically detatched from his leg a mere three yards from referee Chris Foy in the 88th minute at the Emirates yet the Merseyside born official fails to see it.

A day earlier a linesman doesn’t see Frank Lampard’s shot beat Tottenham ‘keeper Gomes, yet he pretends that he does. Then the other linesman in that game cannot see Salomon Kalou is a yard offside for the winner.

Go back a few more months and Martin Atkinson fails to send off David Luiz for a second yellow card who subsequently earns a that wins the game against United. Did I mention the fact that committed a blatant handball in the area that went unpunished?

Go back even further Fulham are awarded a last minute against Chelsea and Didier is three yards in the box when Clint misses but the referee allows the miss to stand.

Jamie Carragher savages Nani enough to knock on the changing room door and apologise.

Michael commits a red card tackle on Jermaine Pennant and doesn’t even get booked.

Don’t even get me f*cking started on the inconsistencies of f*cking sweargate.

Last season, it has been argued by someĀ  that, Steven Gerrard gave away the title on purpose and was rewarded with the England captaincy for the world cup. Oh and Didier was awarded an offside goal to make sure Chelsea won the title with a win at Old Trafford.

Go on then tell me I’m wrong………..


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