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Benitez is a troll?

Benitez is a troll?

And who else but the Special One and the Chelsea humanity are his supposed victims, as usual....

When PSG duo Yohan Kebab, sorry, Cabaye and Lucas Moura advised Chelsea aces Eden Hazard and Oscar to join them at the Parc des Princes in the summer, everyone with a sense of humour thought the midfielders were either paying due respects to their colleagues, tasting the waters at mind games conveniently timed ahead of our visit for the first-leg of the Champions League quarter-final with the aim of possibly unsettling the 'ZaCar' or, quite darkly, trying on their individual impressions of an Epic Failing Dani Alves/Xavi Hernandez player tapping shenanigans.

Well, it turns out a certain fat someone once very Interim on these shores moons back but now in Naples, Italy, still has an axe or two to grind with Chelsea.

Infamous for his suspected love affair with pizza, burgers, chocolates and everything culinary; that conspiracy theories "rant and fact" episode whilst at Merseyside; and his numerous rock-bottom low moments with the Blues faithful, before and after his interim stint at SW6; the-one-who-is-not-to-be-named and current Napoli coach has advised Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho to cash-in on the two players, who more often than not are amongst the first two names on the Special One's team sheet, according to Daily Star.

It could be recalled prior to our defeat at the hands of Tony Pulis' Crystal Palace on Saturday Mourinho had, in a response to Cabaye and Moura, challenged the
big-spending French champions to either stump up £300m for the duo or forget about any such deal.

Today the red-top has quoted the FSW as saying:

"Maybe if Mourinho sells Hazard and Oscar for £300m and builds a team, it will come to something."

Ahem. That'll be 1-0 to the Fat Spanish Waiter, I regret.

Good strike. Fair play all the same. Fantastic offensive. A Special response expected, I presume.

Nevertheless, whilst the daily reckons Mourinho will most likely take the FSW's advice with a pinch of salt, with Chelsea already considering long term improved deals for the talented duo, does it surprise anyone the Interim One is a troll after all?

Now, I see why folks hate surprises.

Carefree and KTBFFH


Contribution by HGH Magic



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Writer:Merlin
Date:Tuesday April 1 2014
Time: 7:29AM

Comments

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PSG who seem oblivious of FFP (maybe its because Plantini's son works for them ) could even make that offer ,but i do not think we would sell at any price .FSW is still peeved he did not get the manager gig with us full time .
Michael Reid
01/04/2014 07:39:00
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Don't believe everything you read in the paper Merlin.All I'll say is that whatever you think about Rafa,our football was much more exciting to watch,once he got his act together and got his ideas across.
THEBREEZE
01/04/2014 11:29:00
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Could not disagree more on the style issue and I cointinue to regularly put my hand in my pocket to watch them at the Bridge. Rafa and his teams are about as exciting as a soggy pudding!
Maestro_Zola
01/04/2014 13:18:00
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Lol we were exciting to watch under FSW? That was joke of the century. I got it, watching from VIP box of Stamford Bridge is always exciting. We arm chair fans did not enjoy 1 bit. It was a snorefest under the FSW. FACT!
Keyser Soze
01/04/2014 16:51:00
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FACT Keyser! FACT! Hehe... ;)
HGH Magic
01/04/2014 17:17:00
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Lolll!! Merlin you have said it all.
syed230183_chelseafc
01/04/2014 17:23:00
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The football we played under Rafa in Apr and May was superb compared to this season.
THEBREEZE
01/04/2014 17:33:00
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Surprising... An article riddled with insult, giving credit to the one-up man. (seemingly from an author with a similar outlook on life) Somebody clearly doesn't understand that when the quote "love him or hate him" is uttered, it's usually a que up to a point, not an invitation to write an article about whichever way one goes...
solid7
01/04/2014 23:12:00
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Our football under Tubby was more exciting??? U must not be referring to the near miss patch job that was last season lol ;) we have the best manager in the world amongst us. ;) Rafa filled a need and was dignified in doing the job, if you ignore all the weird subs (or lack of) and tactics and his marginalisation of john terry!! we were thankful but there was no love lost...Jose is of course "one of us"...
JohnnyOz
01/04/2014 23:33:00
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I need some of what You're smoking.....jose mourinho is not the best manager in the world.
oscarr
02/04/2014 08:04:00
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mourinho is a better man-manager,rafa is a better coach/tactitian
ghulamville
02/04/2014 09:51:00
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in my eyes Jose certainly is...#trueblue In my eyes JT is the best defender in the world...& yes my glasses are blue tinted - always!! so what? you should try a pair of blue tinted glasses sometime... ;) Keep the faith y'all
JohnnyOz
02/04/2014 10:04:00
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LOL @ghulamvile, assuming you're right, though there's absolutely no question you obviously couldn't be more wrong, just how and where does Dim Sherwood stand in this scheme of things, huh? LOLOLOL...
HGH Magic
02/04/2014 10:33:00
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