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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday October 31 2012
Time: 7:29PM

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What a corker of a game - must say could have gone either way throughout - well played Chelsea and well played Utd - it's not retribution for Sunday though - cos both teams had so much youth out - we gonna do the double over Chelsea this year in the EPL
niteworlok
31/10/2012 22:17:00
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What a corker of a game - must say could have gone either way throughout - well played Chelsea and well played Utd - it's not retribution for Sunday though - cos both teams had so much youth out - we gonna do the double over Chelsea this year in the EPL
niteworlok
31/10/2012 22:17:00
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Game went exactly how I expected, never expected our youth and 4 more experienced heads to beat a mixture of Chelsea's reserves and first teamers. Di Matteo is still managing for his job and as such this mentality showed when his side were losing he opted to bring on his best players whilst when we were down we persisted with the youngsters. In fairness very proud that the youngsters gave it a really good go and scared the living 5hit out of Chelsea. The youngsters wouldve gained some invaluable experience from this particulalry the young defenders. Roll on arsenal.
TheFamousNo7
31/10/2012 22:22:00
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Game went exactly how I expected, never expected our youth and 4 more experienced heads to beat a mixture of Chelsea's reserves and first teamers. Di Matteo is still managing for his job and as such this mentality showed when his side were losing he opted to bring on his best players whilst when we were down we persisted with the youngsters. In fairness very proud that the youngsters gave it a really good go and scared the living 5hit out of Chelsea. The youngsters wouldve gained some invaluable experience from this particulalry the young defenders. Roll on arsenal.
TheFamousNo7
31/10/2012 22:22:00
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Have to agree niteworlok we did well for having the second string team out fair play to Chelsea though they wanted it more
MotorMad
31/10/2012 22:28:00
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Have to agree niteworlok we did well for having the second string team out fair play to Chelsea though they wanted it more
MotorMad
31/10/2012 22:28:00
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Gonna do the double ? HA!!! .. We could wll have Falcao by the time that match comes around. Als..t to be oo optimistic ..we are now short of EVENS to win the COC, 3-1 to win Premier , 7-1 to win FA Cup and if we get Falcao , we could do a quadruple!.. Dont get overcofident
Blue_Mel
31/10/2012 22:51:00
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Gonna do the double ? HA!!! .. We could wll have Falcao by the time that match comes around. Als..t to be oo optimistic ..we are now short of EVENS to win the COC, 3-1 to win Premier , 7-1 to win FA Cup and if we get Falcao , we could do a quadruple!.. Dont get overcofident
Blue_Mel
31/10/2012 22:51:00
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With a comment like that Blue_Mel I think you're the one who shouldn't get overconfident or overoptimistic.
TheFamousNo7
31/10/2012 23:18:00
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With a comment like that Blue_Mel I think you're the one who shouldn't get overconfident or overoptimistic.
TheFamousNo7
31/10/2012 23:18:00
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