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Feb 25th, 2016
After a Chelsea season he surely could not have believed would happen after the euphoria of last term, could there be one last twist in the tale for John Terry? By that, we mean a dramatic return to England action for Euro 2016. It’s a highly unlikely...
By Ryan Bonar
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Nov 22nd, 2008
The Unicorn, The Griffin & The Winston Bogarde all examples of mythical beasts that don’t exist, however none of these are as rare as Chelsea playing at a respectable time on a Saturday but alas this eclipsical event will return to SW6 this very w...
By Ryan Bonar
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Oct 18th, 2008
Over the last week or so I have been collecting some opinion from the Smoggies in the currently buoyant part of Tyneside, Middlesbrough. Optimism isn’t normally something that emits from this normally drab and uninspiring part of country but I h...
By Toby Brown
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Aug 15th, 2008
After what seems like an eternity, Premiership football is back on the menu at Stamford Bridge, with Porstmouth their first guests in what the 42,000 crowd on Saturday will hope is a feast of entertainment. To get the Pompey view for the season opener...
By Dan Davies
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Mar 30th, 2008
My travels this week have taken me up, through the smog, to seek out Robert Nichols (no relation to the ‘great’ Mark!), who’s a leading light behind superior Middlesborough website fly me to the moon – (http://www.fmttmboro.com...
By Dan Davies
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Mar 23rd, 2008
Earlier today I took a trip to the grim outreaches of Holloway, the most recent in a string of homes for our nomadic friends and London rivals Arsenal. Surveying the rubbish dump now known as the Emirates Stadium I came across Darren Bowser, Editor &a...
By Dan Davies
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Mar 19th, 2008
Someone told me that we’d played Tottenham twice before this season, but strangely enough I can only remember a 2-0 victory at the Bridge in January. I do have a vague recollection of a bunch of players in Blue, who didn’t in any way resem...
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