Arrivederci Chelsea - Ancelotti Off To Roma

Funny story written by Skoob1999

Sunday, 8 May 2011

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Hot down the drain news suggests that Chelsea boss, Carlo Ancelotti is off back to his home town of La Bella Roma, and about to bid Stamford Bridge 'arrivederci.'

After Chelsea virtually surrendered their Premiership title to fellow London club, Manchester United, Ancelotti appears to have decided that enough is enough, and he's off back to Italia.

If these reports are true, nobody could really blame him.

Abramovich's £50 million blank firer Fernando Torres once again lived up to his reputation at Old Trafford, as Giggs tore Chelsea apart, as he's been consistently doing to the opposition since he made his debut as a nifty seventeen year old back in 1991.

Sources report to Skoob Sports News that Ancelotti has had enough of sour faced moody-bollocks loser, Moneybags Abramovich, and just doesn't need the pressure any more.

Apparently he's off to the Eternal City, the Estadio Olimpico, the Colosseum, (which most people can't even spell, let alone comprehend) the Isla Tiberina, the Circus Maximus (aka Old Trafford) Piazza Navona, Trajan's Market, the Foro Romana, the Villa Borghese and a meeting with fellow ex-blues boss Jose Mourinho on the Spanish Steps.

Carlo wants a bit of la dolce vita - the sweet life...

Besides, the Roma fans have a really neat anthem - Roma Roma Roma, core de sta citta, unico grande amore...

And all that.

Arrivederci Chelsea - better to sit in the sun than be glared at by the Russian mafia.

Miserable bastards that they are.

More as we get it.

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