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Abramovich’s Second Chelsea Revolution Is A Lot Crapper Than The First

After another hilariously eventful match, resulting in a hilariously ironic 0-0 draw given that one of the reasons  that Mourinho was sacked was in order to see more attacking football, Chelsea’s second Abramovich-inspired revolution looks to be a bit crapper than the first.

The Guardian is reporting a host of awful and/or embarassing events from the West London derby:

– John Terry needs surgery on a fractured cheekbone

– Didier Drogba, saviour of the club, is sent off in his first match back

– Roman Abramovich sat amongst the fans in the Shed End and was promptly mocked and abused the entire time. Peter Kenyon was allegedly spat on.

– Chelsea couldn’t score against the leakiest defense in the league

– Abramovich has been at all Chelsea training sessions since Mourinho left and picked the highly unsuccessful team that faced Manchester United

– Players and coaches have no faith in Avram Grant

All in all, a fantastic series of events at the mere cost of losing of your most successful and popular manager ever. Good times.