Well just to use a couple more.
The magic of the cup yesterday as a great cup tie saw Chelsea avoid cup upset against minnows Ipswich, with a 7-0 cup drubbing.
Is this our defibrillator? Will this be the pick us up that we need? Will the magic of the cup spur us on to greater things.
Well in a word, no!
But it's a damn good start, goals were in free flow once more and Frank Lampard once again showed why we have missed him so much with his creativity and eye for the goal.
I'm by no means belittling the FA Cup, I'm not still entirely sure that anything will beat the 1997 Cup Final versus Middlesboro seen through the eyes of a twelve year old scamp.
The one problem with the cup, and such an inspired victory is that there are certain players who grab attention and are held in high esteem when perhaps it needs to be noted who the opposition were.
Kalou came in for plaudits. As frequent readers of this blog will know, I am not Kalou's biggest fan.
I feel that often his better performances are against clubs of a lower stature, goals in these games can sometimes blur the fact that previous performances may have been terrible - as they have been.
Sturridge for me is a far better choice, he is a more reliable Kalou. He has the pace but he can also produce something at the end of his runs, Kalou normally runs down the wing and is at a loss what to do with the ball whereas Sturridge seems to be far more intuitive in possession.
Lots of fans are now also calling for the midfield installation of McEachran. This is absurd for many reasons, he is a player of great potential and obvious ability and skill.
However Essien, Ramires, Mikel and Lampard are all much more experienced and less of a risk in that position (Ramires not all the time of course!).
I cannot wait for McEachran to make the starting line up, but when you are sitting 5th in the league and need to qualify for the Champions' League it isn't the time to start blooding the youngsters.
His time will come, and it will be deserved as he has shown a lot to the fans at such a young age and next season will surely be pushing for a starting slot in a hopefully refreshed line up.
This performance was much needed, and for the first time in recent months we can feel happy once more, but it isn't a sure sign of better to come.
It would be a great disappointment not to add a new face to the team, I think we need to dig deep and get our money out to add one or two much needed players.
Man City have just signed Dzeko to bolster there already ridiculous strike force, and we need to keep up with them. Fourth is not an option, mainly for morale.
And the fact that we haven't been fourth in aeons!
Keep The Blue Flag Flying High!!!
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