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Viva Ross Barkley Chelsea Chant Mocks Scousers

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New Chelsea signing Ross Barkley has a song without playing a game for the Blues.

The Ross Barkley chant follows in the tradition of Chelsea songs aimed at Scousers.

Viva Ross Barkley is not likely to be popular with the player himself who is a Liverpool local, but I’m sure he’ll take it with a sense of humour.

This song got going Chelsea v Norwich the first game after he signed from Everton.

Viva Ross Barkley, Viva Ross Barkley
He left the Scouse cos they robbed his house, Viva Ross Barkley

Marcus Alonso Chelsea Song Video – Marcus Alonso Runs Down The Wing For Me

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It has taken a while but there is now a Marcus Alonso Chelsea song that captures the cult status that his goals and assists are generating.

We are not sure exactly when it was first heard during a game, but it has been around for at least the Christmas period.

The Arsenal game was the loudest I have heard it, because we were away from home where the atmosphere is always better and because he scored a crucial goal. It is now also common any time we have a free-kick in a dangerous position.

This video was taken just after Alonso scored against Arsenal at the Emirates to give us the lead. Unfortunately, a Hector Bellerin stunner denied us what would have been a hard-fought win.

Marcus Alonso Runs Down The Wing For Me (and scores)

Alonso has now scored more goals than any other defender in the Premier League since and has made the left wing-back position his own. He has scored 12 goals from all over the place and established himself as a free kick specialist.

Marcus Alonso Chant Lyrics

The Marcus Alonso chant is set to the Heartbeat theme tune (a defunct UK soap opera) and is a real favourite of mine.

The lyrics are simple and go like this

Marcus, Marcus Alonso runs down the wing for me

DA dA dA dA, dA dA dA dA dA

Marcus, Marcus Alonso runs down the wing for me

DA DA DA DA, DA DA DA DA DA

Marcus, Marcus Alonso runs down the wing for me

DA DA DA DA, DA DA DA DA DA

Repeat to fade

This is no the first attempt at a song for Marcus, but it is certainly the best. The ooooooooooooh Marcus Alonso one is not too bad, but its not got the energy or fun of the one in the video.

Chelsea Bakayoko Song – Never Gives The Ball Away

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Tiémoué Bakayoko has had a mixed start to his Chelsea career however, it has not stopped a Chelsea Bakayoko song being created and sung by the Blues

Given his recent mistakes this may be a bit of a bold statement, but let’s hope once he finds his feet in the Premier League the chant comes true!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3COQCs97Vs

Oi y Oi Tiemoue Bakayoko, Oi y Oi

Oi y Oi together with N’Golo

Oi y Oi he never gives the ball away

 

 

Papy Djilobodji Chelsea

If Azpilicueta Is Dave – Shall We Call Papy Djilobodji Jeff?

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Chelsea have once again gone out and deliberately spited every poorly spoken pundit, particularly those who have played for Liverpool by signing Papy Djilobodji.

Not only will he be a commentators nightmare but fans will also take a bit of time getting used to pronouncing the name of our new defender from Nantes. This is why signing John Stones would have been better, as Al Murray would say “a beautiful British name”.

British pundits and fans struggle with even the simplest foreign name, stumbling over accents silent vowels and a plethora of other factors that mean that we rarely pronounce a players surname the way they do in his homeland.

With Azpilicueta Chelsea fans came up with a simple yet culturally offensive solution, we just call him Dave. The player does not seem to mind and it was a simple solution.

So if Azpilicueta is now “Dave” what should we call Djilobdji?

Although he will likely just be known as Papy, my personal preference when using his surname would be to call him Jeff. It’s short simple and effective, not even the most heavily accented Glaswegian element of our support could trip up on this one.

It would allow us to bask in the glory of Paul Merson making regular gaffes, safe in the knowledge that we will never suffer his fate.  Always thinking of the pennies this could take off, “Papy Jeff” would make a great name to print on the back of shirts and lend him to immediate cult status across the league.

Ok so this post is a little fanciful but it’s been a tough few weeks to be a Blues fan, time to bring the fun back.

I look forward to seeing whether Papy Jeff will be hit of miss for Chelsea for the rest of the season.

Why Chelsea Need Cesc Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas & Daughter Singing Fabregas Magic Hat – Video

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It is the song that really got Chelsea fans going in the triumphant last few weeks of the season. Here is a video of the Cesc Fabregas Magic Hat song being led by Cesc Fabregas and his daughter

Cesc Fabregas is magic he wears a magic hat

He Could Have Signed For Arsenal but he said no “F$%K that

He passes with his left foot, he passes with his right

And when we win the league again we’ll sing this song all night

We hope you enjoy the Fabregas magic hat song.