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Blues 0 Chelsea 0 (nil)

Blues 0 Chelsea 0 (nil)

Blues: Maik Taylor, Tebily, Cunningham, Martin Taylor, Sadler, Pennant, Clemence, Butt (Kilkenny 88), Johnson, Heskey, Campbell (Forssell 57).
Subs Not Used: Vaesen, Latka, Lazaridis.

Pensioners: Cech, Paulo Ferreira, Ricardo Carvalho, Terry, Del Horno (Crespo 64), Robben, Lampard, Makelele, Duff (Joe Cole 64), Drogba, Gudjohnsen (Essien 68).
Subs Not Used: Cudicini, Huth.

Att: 26,364.

Ref: D Gallagher (Oxfordshire).

Jose Mourinho wined on a about a goal that should have stood but when the flag goes up and the whistle blows what happens is of no consequence.

The Blues players had stopped playing and tecnically the Chelsea players were guilty of time wasting. So from the football world to the 'the breath of fresh air'. Tough pal. Live with it.

The fact remains that his gallacticos dropped two points against a 3rd string Blues outfit who had nothing but spirit to offer. The fans, who have deserved better, gave the side every encouragement. The fans didn't actually have any effect on his sides performance. Are we to believe that his side are unable to play in front of a noisy but three-quarter filled St Andrews?

I think the breath of fresh air is becoming stale with the garbage eminating from the Chelsea manager




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Date:Saturday April 1 2006
Time: 7:22PM

Comments

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Absolutly spot on the man is a 'stinker'
BigAl
01/04/2006 19:51:00
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Well done Brum, deserved the draw today IMHO
itsup4grabsnow
01/04/2006 22:47:00
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cant beleive it wasnt another seven nil! they were a bit of the boil though
vertigo_red
04/04/2006 21:21:00
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