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22 Responses to “Epic Fail: Chelsea Fan Thinks Club Badge Has Volleyballs On It”

  1. Chris says:

    Dumb schmuck, those are clearly footballs surrounding that penguin.

  2. ph0bolus says:

    My 15 year old cousin asked me that same question, but she has no football knowledge whatsoever.

  3. dolAh says:

    So, what is it?
    I thought it was volleyballs too..
    -Spurs Fan-

  4. matt says:

    bet they’re americans

  5. megaman789 says:

    Actually those balls do look similar to volleyballs.

  6. Paul Kirkland says:

    So another epic fail with dolAh?

  7. Kartik says:

    I think they are volleyball too. The person to be blamed would be the one who made this flag. And the people who should be laughed at are the Chelsea fans for not knowing this thing for so long.

  8. cook says:

    never seen an old football? nerrr

  9. simone says:

    COOK SAID IT.HASN’T ANYONE SEEN A REALLY OLD FOOTBALL THEY WERE MADE OUT OF LEATHER BACK IN THE DAY AND THAT IS WHAT THEY LOOKED LIKE DUH

  10. ken says:

    im surprised a united fan didn’t make that mistake first

  11. t says:

    damn people, how old are you?

  12. johann says:

    man utd has the same old leather balls too.

  13. mercmonster says:

    @Johann: As does Fergie

  14. jonjon says:

    lol i used to have an umbro turquoise ball with that stitching

  15. matt says:

    @Johann: As does Fergie

  16. mike says:

    Chelsea has alot of fans in America so that probably explains this. Its like a question my girlfriend would ask me.

  17. Ruperto says:

    Look At Barcelona’s They Also Have Them

  18. Palin2012 says:

    Does Bill Clinton’s daughter own the team?

  19. jamjam says:

    i outa slap you silly you yank mongers ! go back to suporting you’re stroid inspired sports !

  20. Mr.Volatile says:

    well chelsea do play volleyball anyway because they are faggots

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