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Sam Sat Out Press Conference

Bolton boss Sam Allardyce was fuming with his players after the derby, so much so, he sent assistant Sammy Lee to face the media.

After a word of warning for Chelsea, he was understandably more concerned at his own side.


Lee: 'I am always amazed when people write teams off in March. As a player, I never gave anything up until it was mathematically impossible and Manchester United are a class side.

'We are doing the best we can and our focus is now on beating Birmingham. That's three defeats in five games. Not good is it?'




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Date:Monday April 3 2006

Time: 11:36AM

 

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