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Chelsea Blip-O-Meter Reading

That 85-point total relies on us doing the double over Manchester United and Arsenal amongst others.

We couldn’t beat Everton, Newcastle or Sunderland.

And yet more of the same despite the desperate grafting of a half-fit John Terry into our central defence. Everton is not having a particularly good season. We managed to make them look  like Barcelona in the second half.

Tottenham, Manchester United and Arsenal must be rubbing their hands with glee.

More accurately, I suggest Ipswich is probably joining those taking off their mittens despite the cold.

I fear the League is gone. Unless we manage the equivalent of a form handbrake-turn we are looking at fighting for UCL qualification and I’m not sure how Abramovic will take to that.

Looking at the bigger picture we can only assume that Ancelotti’s replacement has already been lined up. However, he may not be interested in coaching a team in the UEFA Cup (sorry Europa League).

Remind me: what’s Hiddink doing these days?

CFC Match/Match Comparison 2009-10/2010-11: -1pt

Match Available 10/11 GF GA GD 09/10 GF GA GD Par PtsYTD GFYTD GAYTD GDYTD
WBA (Hull) (h)   6-0 6 0 +6 2-1 2 1 +1 = = +4 -1 +5
Wigan (a)          3 6-0 12 0 +12 1-3 3 4 -1 +3 +3 +9 -4 +14
Stoke (h)   2-0 14 0 +14 7-0 10 4 +6 = +3 +4 -4 +8
West Ham (a) 2 3-1 17 1 +16 1-1 11 5 +6 +2 +5 +6 -4 +10
Blackpool (Portsmouth) (h)   4-0 21 1 +20 2-1 13 6 +7 = +5 +8 -5 +13
Man City (a) 3 0-1 21 2 +19 1-2 14 8 +6 = +5 +7 -6 +13
Arsenal (h)   2-0 23 2 +21 2-0 16 8 +8 = +5 +7 -6 +13
Aston Villa (a) 3 0-0 23 2 +21 1-2 17 10 +7 +1 +6 +6 -8 +14
Wolves (h)   2-0 25 2 +23 4-0 21 10 +11 = +6 +4 -8 +12
Blackburn (a) 2 2-1 27 3 +24 1-1 22 11 +11 +2 +8 +5 -8 +13
Liverpool (a)   0-2 27 5 +22 2-0 24 11 +13 -3 +5 +3 -6 +9
Fulham (h)   1-0 28 5 +23 2-1 26 12 +14 = +5 +2 -7 +9
Sunderland (h)   0-3 28 8 +20 7-2 33 14 +19 -3 +2 -5 -6 +1
Birmingham (a) 2 0-1 28 9 +19 0-0 33 14 +19 -1 +1 -5 -5 =
Newcastle (Burnley) (a)   1-1 29 10 +19 2-1 35 15 +20 -2 -1 -6 -5 -1
Everton (h) 2 1-1 30 11 +19 3-3 38 18 +20 = -1 -8 -7 -1
Tottenham (a) 3         1-2                
Man Utd (h)           1-0                
Arsenal (a)           3-0                
Bolton (h)           1-0                

 

Posted by Steve Symmons

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  1. That’s quite an analysis, can I say? But I’ll hit the panic button only if we don’t manage to come out with points over Tottenham/Arsenal (we always do well at home against the Man Utd, remember?)

    Posted by Shaun | December 6, 2010, 10:08 am
  2. What a load of old tosh doesn’t take into consideration the form of anyone else – we have screwed up big time but are still only a couple of points behind, United have only won one away game how does that compute with the number cruncher above?

    Posted by Din Go | December 6, 2010, 11:04 am

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