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seeto 30th July 2011 17:26

The bridge
The Bridge


Chelsea's home stadium is called Stamford Bridge and has a history as varied and unique as the team itself.

Stamford Bridge officially opened on 28 April 1877. For the first 28 years of its existence it was used almost exclusively by the London Athletic Club as an arena for athletics meetings and not for football at all.

In 1904 the ownership of the ground changed hands when Mr H A (Gus) Mears and his brother, Mr J T Mears, obtained the deeds, having previously acquired additional land (formerly a large market garden) with the aim of establishing a football team there on the now 12.5 acre site.

Stamford Bridge was designed by Archibald Leitch and initially included a 120 yard long stand on the East side which could hold 5000 spectators.

The other sides were all open in a vast bowl with thousands of tons of material excavated from the building of the underground railway provided high terracing on the West side.

The capacity was originally planned to be 100,000 and was the second largest in country behind Crystal Palace - the FA Cup final venue.

Initially the stadium was offered to Fulham FC to play there, they turned down the chance and so instead a new side, Chelsea Football Club, was born in 1905 and moved into the new Stamford Bridge stadium.

Why is it called Stamford Bridge?

The name and place of Stamford Bridge is one with great significance in English history having been the site in Yorkshire of one of the most famous battles of King Harold's reign in 1066 against the Vikings.

However it is believed that this is not connected to the naming of Chelsea's football stadium which came about less because of historical significance and more to do with local landmarks and a fair degree of chance.

The 18th century maps show the Fulham Road and Kings Road area including the current day site of the stadium. It shows a stream called 'Stanford Creek' which runs along the route of the present day railway line behind the East Stand and flows down into the Thames.

Where the stream crosses the Fulham Road it is marked 'Little Chelsea Bridge' which was originally called Sanford Bridge (from sand ford). While a bridge over the stream on the Kings Road was called Stanbridge (from stone bridge). It seems that these two bridge names and that of the stream, 'Stanford Creek', together evolved into the name Stanford Bridge, which again later evolved into Stamford Bridge as the adopted name of the stadium.

Honours & Appearances



* First Division/Premier League[70]
o Winners: 1954–55, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2009–10
o Runners-up: 2003–04, 2006–07, 2007–08

* Second Division[70]
o Winners: 1983–84, 1988–89
o Runners-up: 1906–07, 1911–12, 1929–30, 1962–63, 1976–77

* FA Cup
o Winners: 1969–70, 1996–97, 1999–00, 2006–07, 2008–09, 2009–10
o Runners-up: 1914–15, 1966–67, 1993–94, 2001–02

* Football League Cup
o Winners: 1964–65, 1997–98, 2004–05, 2006–07
o Runners-up: 1971–72, 2007–08

* FA Charity Shield/FA Community Shield[71]
o Winners: 1955, 2000, 2005, 2009
o Runners-up: 1970, 1997, 2006, 2007, 2010

* Full Members Cup
o Winners: 1985-86, 1989-90


* UEFA Champions League
o Runners-up: 2007–08

* UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
o Winners: 1970–71, 1997–98

* UEFA Super Cup
o Winners: 1998


Individual records

* Most appearances in total – 795, Ron Harris (1961-80)
* Most League appearances – 655, Ron Harris (1961-80)
* Most FA Cup appearances – 64, Ron Harris, (1961-80)
* Most League Cup appearances – 48, John Hollins (1963-75 & 1983-84) and Ron Harris (1961-80)

* Most appearances in European competition – 80, Frank Lampard, (2001-)
* Most consecutive appearances – 167, John Hollins, 14 August 1971 – 25 September 1974
* Most consecutive League appearances – 164, Frank Lampard, 13 October 2001 – 26 December 2005

* Most appearances in a single season – 62, Frank Lampard, 2006-07
* Most capped player – Frank Lampard, 80 while at Chelsea (82 in total), England
* First Chelsea player to play for England – George Hilsdon, 16 February 1907
* First Chelsea player to play for England at the World Cup – Roy Bentley, 1950 World Cup, 25 June 1950

* First foreign (non-UK) player – Nils Middelboe (Denmark), 15 November 1913
* First black player – Paul Canoville, 12 April 1982
* Youngest player – Ian Hamilton, 16 years 138 days, v. Tottenham Hotspur, First Division, 18 March 1967

* Oldest player – Dick Spence, 39 years 57 days, v. Bolton Wanderers, First Division, 13 September 1947
* First substitute - John Boyle who replaced George Graham v. Fulham, First Division, 28 August 1965.

seeto 30th July 2011 17:27

The Stands

The Matthew Harding Stand, previously known as the North Stand, is along the north edge of the pitch. In 1939, a small two storied North Stand including seating was erected. It was originally intended to span the entire northern end, but the outbreak of World War II and its aftermath compelled the club to keep the stand small. It was demolished and replaced by open terracing for standing supporters in 1976. The North Terrace was closed in 1993 and the present North Stand of two tiers (the Matthew Harding Stand) was then constructed at that end.

It is named after former Chelsea director Matthew Harding, whose investment helped transform the club in the early 1990s before his death in a helicopter accident on October 22, 1996. His investment in the club enabled construction of the stand which was completed in time for the 1996–97 season. It has two tiers and accommodates most season-ticket holders, giving it an enthusiastic atmosphere, especially in the lower tier. Any proposal to enlarge the facility would necessitate demolition of the adjacent 'Chelsea World of Sport' museum.

For some Champions League matches, this stand operates at reduced capacity, some entrances being obstructed by the presence of TV outside-broadcast vehicles.

The stand features in the cover for Robbie Williams' album Sing When You're Winning.

Skuad & Manajemen 2011-2012


1 (GK) Petr Cech
2 (DF) Branislav Ivanovic
3 (DF) Ashley Cole
4 (DF) David Luiz
5 (MF) Michael Essien

6 (FW) Oriol Romeu
7 (MF) Ramires Santos do Nascimento
8 (MF) Frank Lampard (Vice Captain)
9 (FW) Fernando Torres
10 (FW) Juan Mata

11 (FW) Didier Drogba
12 (MF) John Obi Mikel
15 (MF) Florent Malouda
16 (MF) Raul Meireles
17 (DF) Jose Bosingwa

18 (FW) Romelu Lukaku
19 (DF) Paulo Ferreira
20 (MF) Josh McEachran
21 (FW) Salomon Kalou
22 (GK) Ross Turnbull

23 (FW) Daniel Sturridge
24 (DF) Gary Cahill
26 (DF) John Terry (Captain)
34 (DF) Ryan Bertrand
40 (GK) Henrique Hilario

On Loan Players

(GK) Matej Delac (SK Dynamo Ceske Budejovice)
(GK) Thibaut Courtois (Atletico Madrid)
(GK) Rhys Taylor (Rotherham United)
(DF) Tomas Kalas (Vitesse Arnhem)

(DF) Ben Gordon (Kilmarnock)
(MF) Ulises Davila (Vitesse Arnhem)
(DF) Jeffrey Bruma (Hamburg)

(DF) Patrick van Aanholt (Vitesse Arnhem)
(MF) Josh McEachran (Swansea)
(MF) Yossi Benayoun (Arsenal)
(MF) Kevin De Bruyne (KRC Genk)


Andre Villas-Boas - Manager
Roberto Di Matteo - Assistant First Team Coach
Steve Holland - Assistant First Team Coach
Michael Emenalo - Technical Director
Christophe Lollichon - Goalkeeper Coach

Jose Mario Rocha - First Team Fitness Coach
Glen Driscoll - First Team Fitness Coach
Chris Jones - Assistant First Team Fitness Coach
Daniel Sousa - Head Opposition Scout
Mick McGiven - Senior Opposition Scout

Paco Biosca - Medical Director
Dermot Drummy - Reserve Team Manager
Adi Viveash - Youth Team Manager
Neil Bath - Academy Manager
James Melbourne - Match Analyst

seeto 30th July 2011 17:28

The Stands


A vast new East Stand was built in 1973, originally intended as the start of a comprehensive redevelopment of the stadium which was abandoned when the football club ran into financial difficulties. The East Stand essentially survives in its 1973 three tiered cantilevered form, although it has been much refurbished and modernised since.

The oldest stand, the East Stand is located along the east side of the pitch and was built in 1973. The stand has three tiers and is the heart of the stadium, housing the tunnel, dugout, dressing rooms, conference room, press centre, AV and commentary box. The middle tier is occupied by facilities, clubs, and executive suites. The upper tier provides spectators with one of the best views of the pitch and it is the only stand to have survived the extensive redevelopment of the 90s. Previously it was the home to away supporters on the bottom tier, however at the start of the 2005/2006 season then-manager Josť Mourinho requested the move of the family section to this part of the stand to boost team morale away fans were moved to the shed.

Jadwal Pertandingan


Pre Season

16 Juli 2011
Portsmouth 0 - 1 Chelsea

21 Juli 2011
Malaysia XI 0 - 1 Chelsea

24 Juli 2011
Thailand All Stars 0 - 4 Chelsea

27 Juli 2011 (Asia Trophy)
Kitchee 0 - 4 Chelsea

30 Juli 2011 (Asia Thropy)
Aston Villa 0 - 2 Chelsea

6 Agustus 2011
Glasgow Rangers 1 - 3 Chelsea

Musim 2011-2012

14 Agustus 2011 (Prem)
Stoke City 0 - 0 Chelsea

20 Agustus 2011 (Prem)
Chelsea 2 - 1 West Bromwich Albion

27 Agustus 2011 (Prem)
Chelsea 3 - 1 Norwich City

10 September 2011 (Prem)
Sunderland 1 - 2 Chelsea

13 September 2011 (UCL)
Chelsea 2 - 0 Bayer Leverkusen

18 September 2011 (Prem)
Manchester United 3 - 1 Chelsea

21 September 2011 (LGCP)
Chelsea 0 (4) - (3) 0 Fulham (Adu Penalti)

24 September 2011 (Prem)
Chelsea 4 - 1 Swansea City

28 September 2011 (UCL)
Valencia 1 - 1 Chelsea

2 Oktober 2011 (Prem)
Bolton Wanderers 1 - 5 Chelsea

15 Oktober 2011 (Prem)
Chelsea 3 - 1 Everton

19 Oktober 2011 (UCL)
Chelsea 5 - 0 RC Genk

23 Oktober 2011 (Prem)
QPR 1 - 0 Chelsea

26 Oktober 2011 (LGCP)
Everton 1 - 2 Chelsea

29 Oktober 2011 (Prem)
Chelsea 3 - 5 Arsenal

1 November 2011 (UCL)
RC Genk 1 - 1 Chelsea

5 November 2011 (Prem)
Blackburn Rovers 0 - 1 Chelsea

20 November 2011 (Prem)
Chelsea 1 - 2 Liverpool

23 November 2011 (UCL)
Bayer Leverkusen 2 - 1 Chelsea

26 November 2011 (Prem)
Chelsea 3 - 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers

29 November 2011 (LGCP)
Chelsea 0 - 2 Liverpool

3 Desember 2011 (Prem)
Newcastle 0 - 3 Chelsea

6 Desember 2011 (UCL)
Chelsea 3 - 0 Valencia

12 Desember 2011 (Prem)
Chelsea 2 - 1 Manchester City

17 Desember 2011 (Prem)
Wigan Athletic 1 - 1 Chelsea

22 Desember 2011 (Prem)
Tottenham Hotspur 1 - 1 Chelsea

26 Desember 2011 (Prem)
Chelsea 1 - 1 Fulham

31 Desember 2011 (Prem)
Chelsea 1 - 3 Aston Villa

2 Januari 2012 (Prem)
Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 - 2 Chelsea

8 Januari 2012 (FA)
Chelsea 4 - 0 Portsmouth

14 Januari 2012 (Prem)
Chelsea 1 - 0 Sunderland

21 Januari 2012 (Prem)
Norwich City 0 - 0 Chelsea

28 Januari 2012 (FA)
QPR 0 - 1 Chelsea

31 Januari 2012 (Prem)
Swansea City 1 - 1 Chelsea

5 Februari 2012 (Prem)
Chelsea 3 - 3 Manchester United

11 Februari 2012 (Prem)
Everton 2 - 0 Chelsea

18 Februari 2012 (FA)
Chelsea 1 - 1 Birmingham City

21 Februari 2012 (UCL)
Napoli 3 - 1 Chelsea

25 Februari 2012 (Prem)
Chelsea 3 - 0 Bolton Wanderers

3 Maret 2012 (Prem)
West Bromwich Albion 1 - 0 Chelsea

6 Maret 2012 (FA)
Birmingham 0 - 2 Chelsea

10 Maret 2012 (Prem)
Chelsea 1 - 0 Stoke City

14 Maret 2012 (UCL)
Chelsea 4 - 1 Napoli

18 Maret 2012 (FA)
Chelsea 5 - 2 Leicester City

21 Maret 2012 (Prem)
Manchester City 1 - 2 Chelsea

24 Maret 2012 (Prem)
Chelsea 0 - 0 Tottenham Hotspur

27 Maret 2012 (UCL)
Benfica 0 - 1 Chelsea

31 Maret 2012 (Prem)
Aston Villa 2 - 4 Chelsea

4 April 2012 (UCL)
Chelsea 2 - 1 Benfica

7 April 2012 (Prem)
Chelsea 2 - 1 Wigan Athletic

9 April 2012 (Prem)
Fulham 1 - 1 Chelsea

15 April 2012 (FA)
Tottenham Hotspur 1 - 5 Chelsea

18 April 2012 (UCL)
Chelsea 1 - 0 Barcelona

21 April 2012 (Prem)
Arsenal 0 - 0 Chelsea

24 April 2012 (UCL)
Barcelona 2 - 2 Chelsea

29 April 2012 (Prem)
Chelsea 6 - 1 QPR

2 Mei 2012 (Prem)
Chelsea 0 - 2 Newcastle

5 Mei 2012 (FA)
Liverpool 1 - 2 Chelsea

8 Mei 2012 (Prem)
Liverpool 4 - 1 Chelsea

13 Mei 2012 (Prem)
Chelsea 2 - 1 Blackburn Rovers

19 Mei 2012 (UCL)
Bayern Munich (3) 1 - 1 (4) Chelsea

seeto 30th July 2011 17:30

The Stands


The Shed End is located along the south side of the pitch. In 1930, a new terrace was built on the south side for more standing spectators. It was originally known as the Fulham Road End but supporters nicknamed it 'The Shed' and this led the club to officially change its name. This became the most favoured spot for the loudest and most die-hard support, until the terrace was demolished in 1994 (when all-seater stadia became compulsory by law as a safety measure in light of the Taylor Report following the Hillsborough disaster). The seated stand which replaced it is still known as the Shed End (see below).

It opened in time for the 1997/98 season and along with the Matthew Harding Stand is an area of the ground in which many vocal fans congregate today. The view from the upper tier is widely regarded as one of the best in the stadium. The Shed also contains the centenary museum and a memorial wall where families of deceased fans are able to leave a permanent memorial of their loved ones indicating their eternal support for the club. A large chunk of the original Shed End terrace still stands today and runs along the south side of the stadium, it has recently been decorated with lights and large images of Chelsea legends. Since 2005 it has been where away supporters are housed, they are given 3,000 tickets towards the east side which is roughly half of the stand.

Peter Osgood's ashes were laid to rest under the shed end penalty spot in 2006.

The Songs


Blue is The Colour

Blue is the colour, football is the game
We're all together, and winning is our aim
So cheer us on through the sun and rain
'cause Chelsea, Chelsea is our name

Verse 1
Here at the Bridge whether rain or fine
We can shine all the time
Home or away, come and see us play
You're welcome any day

Blue is the colour, football is the game
We're all together, and winning is our aim
So cheer us on through the sun and rain
'cause Chelsea, Chelsea is our name

Verse 2
Come to the Shed and we'll welcome you
Wear your blue and see us through
Sing loud and clear until the game is done
Sing Chelsea everyone.

Super Chelsea

And it's super Chelsea
Super Chelsea F.C
We're by far the greatest team...
the world has ever seen

We Love You Chelsea

We Love You Chelsea, we do
We Love You Chelsea, we do
We Love You Chelsea, we do
Oh Chelsea we love you!

Blue Flag

Flying high, up in the sky,
We'll keep the blue flag flying high
From Stamford Bridge to Wemb(er)ley
We'll keep the blue flag flying high

Over Land and Sea

We all follow the Chelsea
Over land and sea - And Leicester!
We all follow the Chelsea
onnnntooo vi-ic-toreee
(altogether now)
We all follow the Chelsea
Over land and sea - And Leicester!
We all follow the Chelsea
onnnntooo vi-ic-toreee

Ten Men Went to Mow

One man went to mow,
Went to mow a meadow,
(aside) Meadow!,
One man and his dog,
(aside) Spot!,
Went to mow a meadow,

Two men went to mow,
Went to mow a meadow,
(aside) Meadow!
Two men, one man and his dog,
(aside) Spot!
Went to mow a meadow,

repeat up to 9 then everyone stands up....

Ten men went to mow,
Went to mow a meadow,
(aside) Meadow!
Ten men, nine men, eight men, seven men, six men,
five men, four men, three men, two men, one man and his dog,
(aside) Spot!
Went to mow a meadow,

(arms extended: \0/)
(clap x 3 above head: \0/)

and repeat until you realise that everyone else has sat down because it's now half time

seeto 30th July 2011 17:31

The Stands


In 1964–65, a seated West Stand was built to replace the existing terracing on the west side. Most of the West Stand consisted of rising ranks of wooden tip up seats on iron frames, but seating at the very front was on concrete forms known as "the Benches". The old West Stand was demolished in 1997 and replaced by the current West Stand.

The West Stand, recently updated, is located along the west side of the pitch. It has three tiers, in addition to a row of executive boxes that stretches the length of the stand.

The lower tier was built on time and opened in 1998, however problems with planning permission meant that it was not fully completed until 2001. The construction of the stand was almost responsible for Chelsea's financial crisis, which would've seen the club fall into administration but for the intervention of Roman Abramovich. In borrowing some £70m from Eurobonds to finance the project, Ken Bates put Chelsea into a perilous financial position, primarily because of the repayment terms.

Now complete, the stand is the main external 'face' of the stadium, being the first thing fans see when entering the primary gate on Fulham Road. The Main Entrance is flanked by the Spackman and Speedie hospitality entrances, named after former Chelsea players Nigel Spackman and David Speedie. The stand also features the largest concourse area in the stadium, it is also known as the 'Great Hall' and is used for many functions at Stamford Bridge including the Chelsea player of the year ceremony.

The aforementioned executive boxes are also known as the Millennium Suites and are the home of the majority of matchday hospitality guests. Each box is also named after a former Chelsea player (names in brackets):

* Tambling Suite (Bobby Tambling)
* Clarke Suite (Steve Clarke, Ex-Assistant Manager at Chelsea)
* Harris Suite (Ron Harris)
* 'Drakes' (Ted Drake)
* Bonetti (Peter Bonetti)
* Hollins (John Hollins)

In October 2010 a nine-foot statue of Chelsea legend Peter Osgood, created by Philip Jackson, was unveiled by Peter's widow, Lynn. It is positioned in a recess of the West Stand near the Millennium Reception.

A plaque on the side, written by official club historian Rick Glanvill, reads:


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Set over a new 670 square metre space behind the Matthew Harding Stand, the new facility offers fans a journey through more than 100 years of Chelsea history, as well as incorporating a host of state-of-the-art interactive features.

There is the adidas Shooting Gallery, which offers a video tutorial from a Chelsea Academy coach, demonstrating how best to strike the ball for maximum accuracy and power before visitors are invited to shoot at a number of targets. Can you break the record and reach the top of the leaderboard?

Wear it with Pride is a UK first, showing off a revolving display of iconic shirts ranging from Peter Osgood's to Ruud Gullit's. Fans can select a shirt from the touch screen menu, prompting the display to rotate and present the chosen shirt in front of you.

Elsewhere there is the opportunity to test your reflexes against Peter 'The Cat' Bonetti, a look at a World War I trench with information on how the club and its players were affected by wartime and an exhibition of some the trophies we have lifted, including our three Premier Leagues, the Uefa Cup Winners' Cup and the FA Cup.

There are also exciting video installations such as the Up Close And Personal show, a life-size 3D hologram feature with Chelsea legends Marcel Desailly and Ron Harris, and celebrity Blues fan Phil Daniels, and the widescreen AV Theatre demonstrates a matchday at Stamford Bridge from a supporter's perspective, taking in the sights and sounds from around the ground.

Finally, there is The Greatest Games exhibit, another interactive feature that allows you to see highlights from our most memorable matches down the years, voted for by you. So whether it is that 6-1 drubbing of Spurs in 1997 or the 4-4 draw against Liverpool in the Champions League in 2009, you can relive the magic all over again.

Chelsea's official historian, Rick Glanvill, played an important role in the new museum's creation.

'This has been an absolute labour of love, with an extraordinary amount of hard work from lots of people involved in it,' he said.

'We were able to build a really fascinating, emotional story of the club. That's really satisfying, showing that football isn't just about the trophies that you win but it's about the culture of your football club, and we've tried to reflect that with stories of the King's Road and of the club sending footballs to the Western Front during the first World War.

'There are loads and loads of new things for new fans, but lots for older fans too. We are still reconnecting with our roots and finding new things about the history of the club. We knew we didn't play in royal blue for the first few years, but we're now showing old fans what the colour was that we did play in.

'Each area is colour-coded according to our kits, so as well as reaching out and introducing the club, we are really reconnecting with our fan base, so the people that loved our promotion team in 1984 are catered for as much as those that discovered us in 2004, and I think it's great to see the professionalism of everyone involved and how it ended up with a world-class museum, and that's how Chelsea should be.'

seeto 30th July 2011 17:37



The Cobham Training Centre is the state of the art training ground of Chelsea Football Club located in Stoke d'Abernon near Cobham, Surrey. The Chelsea first team have trained at Cobham since 2005, but it was not officially opened until 2007.


When Roman Abramovich purchased Chelsea FC in July 2003, the club's training facilities were identified as an important area for new investment. Chelsea had used the Harlington training ground since the 1970s, but it was owned by Imperial College, and its facilities were regarded as outdated in comparison to those of clubs such as Manchester United and Arsenal.Then-Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho regarded the move to a new, modern, training ground as "significant step forward" in the club's ambitions. Planning permission for a new state-of-the-art complex in Cobham was granted by Elmbridge Borough Council in 2004.

Chelsea began training at Cobham in 2005, while construction was still ongoing, and the facility was officially unveiled in July 2007. In 2008, the final phase of the complex, an Academy and Community Pavilion for Chelsea's youth teams and Football in the Community department, was opened.

seeto 30th July 2011 17:39



Imperial Fields is a football stadium in Morden, south London that is home to Tooting & Mitcham United F.C. and Chelsea L.F.C.. The stadium opened in 2002 and has a total capacity of 3,500 (612 seated). Tooting & Mitcham United moved in 2002 from an all-wooden facility at Sandy Lane in Tooting, which had been declared a fire hazard.[1] The stadium hosted the first ever game of the FA WSL on Wednesday 13 April 2011. Arsenal beat Chelsea 1-0

seeto 30th July 2011 17:42

Tebak Skor

Rule :

1. Tebakan paling lambat sebelum pertandingan kick off dimulai (apabila telat dan menebak ketika bertandingan berlangsung tidak dihitung)

2. Peserta dapat meralat/mengubah tebakannya (asal pertandingan belum dimulai, jika sudah berlangsung tidak dihitung)

3. Peserta dapat menebak untuk beberapa pertandingan Chelsea ke depan (Apabila menebak untuk beberapa pertandingan baiknya konfirmasi serta mohon bantuannya dalam cek apakah sudah terekap atau belum)

4. Model perhitungan tebakan seperti tebakan skor di Liga Inggris

5. (silakan jika ada tambahan usulan)

Pemenang :

Pemenang (diambil 3 orang) :

1 paket merchandise
2 voucher pulsa untuk 2 pemenang @ Rp. 50.000,-
(silakan jika ada usul tambahan) :)

1. 3yed :
2. 46man :
3. bolci :
4. blu3zz :
5. centravanti :
6. embollo :
7. greendenia :
8. ndelipet :
9. queens :
10. seeto :
11. xibiroe :

Klasemen Sementara

1. 46man : 23
2. ndelipet, xibiroe, seeto : 20
3. bolci, greendenia : 18
4. embollo, queens : 17
5. 3eyed : 12
6. centravanti : 5
7. bluezz, nengpoety : 0

Pertandingan Berikutnya



6 Maret 2012

Tebak Skor (urutan berdasarkan alphabet)

1. 3yed : 0-1
2. 46man : 0-2
3. bolci : 0-1
4. blu3zz :
5. centravanti :
6. embollo : 1-4
7. greendenia :
8. ndelipet :
9. queens :
10. seeto : 0-1
11. xibiroe :

Silakan bagi temen2 yang mau tebak skor :chewgum:

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