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By Jez Walters
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Mar 13th, 2000
The big talking point at The bridge is the 28% rise in season ticket prices for the East Stand Middle Tier. After successive visits by Watford and Wimbledon it was good to see a team play the ball on the ground. That said, Everton were inferior in all...
By Mark Wheeler
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Mar 6th, 2000
Building work at Newcastle meant that only 800 Chelsea fans could travel to this game. After losing out in the bun fight for tickets the beam back at the Bridge was the next best option. At least there was no danger of getting tear-gassed here. Chelse...
By Jez Walters
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Feb 27th, 2000
Some things at Chelsea never change. We’ll always sit back on a 1-0 lead and Chelsea Village restaurants will always re-open on a weekly basis. Why do they re-open? Because they are dire, with even Ken Bates himself telling us in yesterday’...
By Mark Wheeler
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Feb 13th, 2000
Chelsea fans are getting fickle these days. The team really needed us to get behind them today but once again the Bridge was only marginally louder than the next-door cemetery....
By Mark Wheeler
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Jan 23rd, 2000
Chelsea have done well at Villa Park in recent years. One man in particular has enjoyed these trips: Tore Andre Flo. This made Vialli’s decision to play Chris Sutton instead of Flo even more infuriating. This was the worst tactical decision sinc...
By Jez Walters
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Jan 16th, 2000
How Leicester went into the break 1-0 up is anybody's guess but it was nothing less than daylight robbery. ...
By Jez Walters
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Jan 9th, 2000
This was the first time many Blues had been to Valley Parade and it did not hold any surprises. A glorified Subbuteo ground, the stadium is a real throw-back to a by-gone age and the queue for the tiny gent’s bogs would have put the Millennium Dome to...
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