Written by Jaggedone
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Wednesday, 2 March 2011

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For once we can all feel sorry for Wayne, if you're a Man U fan!

Charity begins at home and Chelsea had enough given to them in last nights epic bid to keep the Premier league title race exciting.

Watching Arsenal fans screamed "eureka" as the "blue-eyed" ref awarded Chelsea a penalty, and the dive was even better than the dive off of the top-board that won the Olympic gold medal.

Chris Smalling twitched his ankle and the flying trapeze artist, Yuri Zhirkow, did a double-somersault over Smalling's big toe, penalty and the rest is history.

Now if the ref would have had his red-tinted glasses on he would have seen a hand-ball from John Terry in the box and a blatant foul on Rooney also in the box dealt out by the cynical Chelsea defender Luiz, who should have been red-carded for his act.

Nevermind, the Premiership title race remains exciting and Arsenal are laughing at both of their main rivals, Chelsea for giving them a life-line and Man U for cocking up their visit to the Blues!

"Thanks ref," countered Sir Alex as they left the ground, "see you on Sunday and hopefully you'll have your red-tinted glasses on?"

Ooops! Utd are playing the Scousers and they wear red too, what a dilemma!

BTW, Abramovich was seen later escorting the ref into his limo, hopefully he only offered "blue-eyes" a lift home, who knows?

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