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Tevez Talks The Talk - Real Champions To Show Up

Carlos Tevez believes the real champions will turn up at Stamford Bridge tomorrow. It's time to see that.

'OK, so we have not started as well as we would have liked, but that will all change this Sunday,' Tevez told the Daily Star.

'At Stamford Bridge the real champions will be on show. We all know that Chelsea are out for revenge for what happened in Moscow, but that will cause some anxiety for them.

'They will see a reaction from United this weekend. We are not champions for nothing. The match in London is important, but it is not decisive. The winner will receive a huge boost, but that will be it.'


Carlitos, it will be down to you in a huge part, you know that? Scoring twice at Anfield in as many games, scoring against Chelsea at Old Trafford - you have a knack for the biggest games. Pull off another huge goal for us.




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday September 20 2008

Time: 8:42PM

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come on - we heard all this crap back in April - Michael Ballack anyone?
merlin
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20/09/2008 20:46:00

Yepp, mer merlin!! :) Ballack, and Deco, and Carvalho who gives exceptional performances against United, even when with Porto. GO CHELSEA!!
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21/09/2008 10:44:00

 

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