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Welcome, enlightened readers, to another newsletter for those who stand united contrary to the ongoing campaign against Chelsea from within the Football Association, the Professional Game Match Officials Limited and the mainstream media.
Truth seekers have been kept informed of various misdeeds by Blues oppressors this term, from Nemanja Matic’s Burnley self-defence ban and a similar suspension inflicted unfairly upon Branislav Ivanovic, to the unfair lack of penalties awarded to the club.
For much of 2014/15 Jose Mourinho’s men have suffered alone, while their fellow Premier League players and managers maintain a studied silence on such ongoing injustices.
However, loyal and unswerving believers in the Chelsea cause finally have some reason for positivity – a rebel players group has come to the club’s aid, with a rash of counter attacks in recent weeks suggesting that cracks are beginning to appear in the sinister ‘campaign’.
The organisation in question is the amorphous and unofficial trade body known as the ‘Goalkeepers Union’.
Doubtless out of the profoundest respect from the two world class exponents of the gloveman’s art currently under attack at Stamford Bridge, Thibaut Courtois and Petr Cech, brother Allan McGregor, brother Asmir Begovic and most recently brother Robert Green have been compelled to act.
The Hull City stopper was first to arms, allowing Loic Remy’s righteous KC-Stadium winner to trickle though his legs, but his fellow operatives have become more considered and more organised since the Scotsman’s act of defiance.
Since that afternoon on Humberside, first Begovic and then Green have unleashed errant passes that have led to Chelsea goals and not just goals, but winners.
It can only be taken as a sign that good men seldom do nothing when fellow footballers are oppressed and offers hope that west London’s finest can defy the campaign against them to land the Premier League title at odds of just 3/100.
With the Goalkeepers Union now seemingly on the side of truth and innocence, in-form Manchester United’s visit to Stamford Bridge, which the Blues are 83/100 to win, seems that much less daunting.