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WornCleat

Member since Apr 2008 • Last active Dec 2017

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    From behind the paywall of the Times

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    Not when it’s snowing.

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    For the first time in 12 years - 58 matches - a Manchester United FA Cup match will not be screened live.

    Maybe because it was against Derby.

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    So Chelsea flop in Europe again. Second place in the group is death unless you are Bayern Munich or Real Madrid who are fortunate to finish second as it gives them a chance of a tie against an English side and with it the near certainty of progression.

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    Norwich v Chelsea

    A rematch of the 2002 third round tie.

    0-0 at Carrow Road. John Terry came on wearing short sleeves and gloves. Only time, as an outfield player that he wore gloves. They were apparently to cover up the bruises on his hands from the Winchester Club incident.

    Replay at Stamford Bridge included THAT goal from Zola.

    We lost in the Final to Arsenal.

    All prehistory of course as Chelsea didn’t exist until 2003.

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    Tottenham’s unbeaten streak continues.

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    Tunisia are a strong side but Belgium should win the group. The wooden spoon contest will be between us and Panama.

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    Last 12 yrs:

    Palace: Pulis, Pardew, Allardyce, Hodgson

    WBA: Hodgson, Pulis, Pardew

    WHU: Pardew, Allardyce, Moyes

    Newcastle: Allardyce, Pardew

    Everton: Moyes, Allardyce

    Fulham: Hodgson, Hughes

    Sunderland: Allardyce, Moyes

    Stoke: Pulis, Hughes

    Blackburn: Hughes, Allardyce

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    With Everton appointing Sam Allardyce there will be 9 British managers in the Premier League including all of the bottom 7, none in the top 6.

    FACT

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