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By Jez Walters
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Oct 22nd, 2000
At the end of the 90 minutes there was an emergency evacuation exercise planned for the 35,000 packed into Stamford Bridge. ...
By Mark Wheeler
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Oct 16th, 2000
Following the sale of Tore Andre Flo, Mark Wheeler looks back at some of the highlights of the Norwegian striker’s time at Chelsea. So Tore André Flo has hit the high road and headed north for Glasgow Rangers. One small consolation is that he at...
By Jez Walters
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Oct 15th, 2000
With Sunderland languishing near the foot of the table and with Chelsea newly revived under Claudio Ranieri, it was no surprise that an enterprising person tried to postpone the game by flicking the switch at the Stadium of Light. ...
By Mark Wheeler
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Sep 22nd, 2000
Claudio Ranieri's baptism as Chelsea boss must have given him a good idea of what to expect of life in England. ...
By Pete Bull
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Sep 17th, 2000
Pete Bull responds to the controversial hypothesis on the Gianluca Vialli issue by arguing the merits of Chelsea’s first Italian manager. I have just read Jez’s piece about why Luca had to go. What a load of crap. Luca should still be at C...
By Jez Walters
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Sep 15th, 2000
After consulting the Indie spin doctors about ‘getting his message across’ he sticks by his guns and explains his opinion … Vialli had to go. Simple as that. You might think that is a treacherous statement but if the Inquisition gall...
By Carlos Oppe
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Sep 14th, 2000
We now have the orthodox Italian approach which can be summed up as defend, pressurise the Opposition and counter attack but forget any fancy skills when the ball passes through the midfield. However, perhaps that is just what the Blues need. Ranieri ...
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