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Perfect Weekend Puts Blue Hands On The Title

The London is Blue Podcast discuss their weekend in London witnessing the shock West Ham win and Chelsea’s smashing of Middlesbrough.

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Episode Summary

Adrián! After a shock defeat of Tottenham by West Ham, the Jake Cohen Magic Number™ was down to 6. Would Middlesbrough fight for their lives? Would Chelsea ease up knowing Tottenham had undergone their equivalent of the Gerrard slip?

Answers: No, there was no fight left. And no, Chelsea were ruthless on the pitch. We were in London Thursday though Tuesday taking in the sights and sounds and spending time with some amazing friends, which we also make mention of in the show. Thanks to all who came out for our social event at The Atlas Fulham!

Amazing night out with some great mates. Thanks to all who came out! #cfc

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  • Who did we get to meet up with in London?
  • How did we enjoy the match as our first in person as a crew?
  • What were the things we noticed in person that you miss on TV? (Spoiler: Pedro’s footwork.)

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