Soccer might well be obsessing itself with strippers, women, and windows right now, which doesn’t sound all that bad actually, but there’s still games to be played however tempting all that sounds.
Out of the two teams playing last night you could see the one that might have been distracted by strippers were they inhabiting one of the executive boxes at the Reebok, as the home side Bolton were thumped 4-0 by Chelsea.
By the time Ramires had scored his first goal as a Chelsea player with 15 minutes remaining, the game was long over as a contest after Didier Drogba, Florent Malouda, and Nicolas Anelka put the home side to the sword. It has led some of the bookies to go ever so slightly potty over the visitors actually winning a game.
‘Chelsea seem to be refreshed after their dip in from but the title still looks out of reach unless the two leaders falter dramatically’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe, whilst cutting their title odds to 7/1, and giving odds of 16/1 for them to remain unbeaten for the rest of the season.
In the words of Ray Winstone, Bolton are “no mugs,” and an emphatic victory at the Reebok without “Super” Frank Lampard will be music to the ears of chairman Roman Abramovich.
As for the pair Sky pundits, Richard Keys and Andy Gray, it seems like most have been waiting quite some time to get their opinion out on the two of them. After being condemned by most in the game, even Rio Ferdinand has come out to criticize them, saying that he’ll “bare merk them” when he next sees them.