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May 8, 2009


After reading endlessly regarding Chelsea’s Champions League elimination by Barcelona, and most would agree with the help of referee Tom Henning Ovrebo, avid Chelsea fans are pointing their fingers beyond the bungling referee to Michel Platini himself. Sure, the referee was a “f  king disgrace” as Didier Drogba claimed out loud on live TV but is there anything to the Michel Platini/UEFA/referee conspiracy?

There wasn’t a proper clear case for the referee being biased, especially if you look at Chelsea’s penalty appeals against Barcelona’s Eric Abidal’s red card. If the referee had an intention of fixing the match for a Barcelona win, why would he send off the French left-back with a third of the game left and Barcelona trailing one-nil? The red card incident itself is a dubious decision, one Darren Fletcher can relate from the night before. The fact is the referee was just awful, and that’s it.

The only way Michel Platini had something to do with the outcome of the Chelsea-Barcelona match was if he had his hand up Ovrebo’s arse and used him as a puppet. Someone in Michel Platini’s position can’t be that stupid to risk his job and UEFA’s reputation just to avoid an all-English final.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 11, 2009 4:10 pm

    That was really bad refereeing, and am not a chelsea fun. How could he miss that penalty when Pique handled that ball, must be really blind or monsieur platini had his hand too deep in his ass that he had shut his eyes :)
    If he didnt chest control or head it, when a ball is about 3/4 the height of ur body and u still stop it must be a little hand involved somewhere, what also amazes me is that the linesman missed it as well?!
    We all knw monsieur platini that u hate english football teams, but i hope you are not involved in this non-all-english final, else it could be your whole prestige on the line.

  2. whill permalink
    May 12, 2009 5:44 am

    yep, even if someone is anti-chelsea eventually they would feel bad for chelsea’s bad luck in that game. but there also are talks about the whole ancient adage “what goes around, comes around” i guess that refers to drogba’s divings all these years.

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