This merits it's own thread. What the hell happened?? I missed the whole thing.
passed out - everyone thught he was dying or something, but he was back at the stadium celebrating with the team like an hour later
Steve McClaren ran off 'to be with his captain'
the security guy at the top was classic. The way he turned around as if tho say 'oi! watch it!', then he saw who it was and reconsidered :D
Kicked in head going for a header where feet are not unlikely to be. Brawl a bit later on. Cesc Fabregas managing not to get sent off despite being the clear psychopath in a melee where 3 were sent off. Arsenal losing. Both mangers on the pitch trying to calm players. Textbook.
who seems to agree with me that Fabregas should DEFINATLEY got Red Carded yesterday.
and got a boot on the face. The contact made me go 'ooooofffft' a lot, especially in slo-mo.
Surprised he didn't get cut up, really.
Hope he wasn't drinking last night!
i just went "oohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh" and bit my knuckle a lot.
that Diaby didn't kick him harder.
I love the commentary. It's like listening to outsourced tech support talk about football.
front tooth knocked clean out, unconscious for about 5 minutes and my face swelled up making me look like a duck for two weeks
the swelling made me look like michael reizinger (i think he looks like a duck)
he WAS a duck.
ok fine! it made me look like count duckula (minus fangs)
it really looked like it could be a spinal injury, and watching it without sound it was difficult to tell what was going on.
i'm not jt's biggest fan, but was quite relieved to hear he was out of hospital so soon
you could see his leg twitching when he was out cold.
it's not something you wish on anyone, getting kicked in the head by a guy who gets paid to kick things really hard.
we were in shock and making "ooophhh" noises during the replays.
what happened to Wayne Bridge at the end in the melee? one minute he was walking around, the next minute he was out on the floor.
so he went down bawling
give him sympathy! He is going to be even uglier!
is that it will only serve to add to the media's insistence on referring to John Terry's 'bulldog spirit' at every fucking opportunity
"John Terry does not stay down unless he's really hurt"
Oh FUCK OFF
..did Lampard stay on the pitch?
...Wayne Bridge was 'pleased to get the three points' so thats ok. lol indeed.