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Chelsea Starting To Wobble?

Chelsea Starting To Wobble?

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says he does not fear a Manchester United title charge, but he certainly looked uncomfortable after his derby-day defeat at Craven Cottage.

Mourinho: 'Twelve points? I am not worried. It could be nine points and I would not be worried.'

But just as United had trouble at Anfield in the FA Cup tie, Fulham fans invaded the pitch, sparking scenes of confrontation with Chelsea supporters who also broke through the barricades.

Around 30 to 50 Blues fans charged through the stewards in response to taunts by Fulham supporters and around five or six fights broke out across the pitch. One man was arrested on suspicion of affray following the trouble, Scotland Yard said.


But the trouble apart, Chelsea know United won't give up the title chase without a fight (pardon the pun).

The run-in:


MANCHESTER UNITED


Sunday 26th March 2006
Man Utd v Birmingham 16.00

Wednesday 29th March 2006
Man Utd v West Ham 20.00

Saturday 01st April 2006
Bolton v Man Utd 15.00

Sunday 09th April 2006
Man Utd v Arsenal 16.00

Friday 14th April 2006
Man Utd v Sunderland 19.45

Friday 14th April 2006
Man Utd v Sunderland 15.00

Monday 17th April 2006
Tottenham v Man Utd 12.45

Saturday 22nd April 2006
Man Utd v Middlesbro' 15.00

Saturday 29th April 2006
Chelsea v Man Utd 15.00

Sunday 07th May 2006
Man Utd v Charlton 15.00

CHELSEA

Saturday 25th March 2006
Chelsea v Man City 15.00

Saturday 01st April 2006
Birmingham v Chelsea 12.45

Sunday 09th April 2006
Chelsea v West Ham 12.00

Saturday 15th April 2006
Bolton v Chelsea 12.45

Monday 17th April 2006
Chelsea v Everton 15.00

Saturday 22nd April 2006
Blackburn v Chelsea 15.00

Saturday 29th April 2006
Chelsea v Man Utd 15.00

Sunday 07th May 2006
Newcastle v Chelsea




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Writer:Cantona
Date:Monday March 20 2006
Time: 1:07PM

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if this had happened earlier in the season I would be running to the bookies coz united would had more chance, 12 points even with a game in hand at this stage is too much. Chelsea are efficient with the odd aprkle without ever being spectacular, they will win it, be nice to see united get one over them though
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