This weekend will be one of our most triumphant and enjoyable build ups to a match in our club’s long and distinguished history with the few thousand Chelsea fans occupying White Hart Lane and reminding them about the 19th of May.
That’s right not only did we become the first London club to win the Champions League but Didier Drogba’s penalty had an extra cherry on top of the delicious Champions of Europe icing.
His goal not only won the trophy but ensured that Chelsea would play Champions League football as the defending champions at the expense of the 4th placed team in the Premier League.
This team was of course Tottenham Hotspur giving us a whole new reason to laugh at Spurs.
Every single Chelsea fan has had a glorious summer reminding the world and in particular Spurs fans of this at every opportunity.
AVB The Managerial Conundrum
This would be sweet enough if our misfit manager who was sacked before our march to glory replaced Harry Redknapp at White Hart Lane saving us a reported £10m.
AVB has had a decent start at White Hart Lane but we will be desperate to beat him and remind him that there is only one Di Matteo.
All this good news piles on top of the 5-1 Wembley FA Cup Semi Final victory and the glorious record of Didier Drogba.
They say you shouldn’t gloat, but it is Tottenham and after the year we had I think we deserve it and knowing a few Spurs fans and conversing with a few on Twitter they are most definitely bitter.
Whatever the result at the weekend we will still have plenty of things to hold over Spurs.