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Ronaldo Dismissed Chelsea

Cristiano believes Chelsea are weaker without Mourinho but Drogba says the winger won't be able to reproduce last season's form.

Mourinho had been sacked before the United v Chelsea game which we won 2-0 and despite two victories on the road, including one at the Mestalla, many reckon Chelsea are not the same superpower they used to be.

"Chelsea without Mourinho are a completely different team.

"They are always a good team but I have the personal feeling that it will not be a good season for the Blues."


Of course the reaction came, from none other than Didier Drogba.

"I do not believe Cristiano Ronaldo has the rhythm to follow up last season`s achievements,' he told the Sun. 'He is not a machine."

He's already got four goals to his name and dear Didier, if you recall last season, you will know that he started firing in November...




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 10 2007

Time: 9:44AM

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dont write us off, pretty boy
daspecial1
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10/10/2007 10:55:00

What a gay comment above. Chelsea are pish. Good luck to united this year. I can see them winning the EPL with ease.
rk1888
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11/10/2007 20:45:00

you cant write anyone off yet
muffdaddy1983
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12/10/2007 22:04:00

Yes you can. So are Derby still in contention for the league? It will be between Utd and Arsenal, as i predicted at the start of the season
rk1888
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13/10/2007 10:37:00

i think its still an open race remember everton last year if the title race was over at such an early stage they would have won it last season then
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18/10/2007 03:02:00

 

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