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'Chelsea Have To Collapse'

Ruud van Nistelrooy says the only hope of another Premiership medal this season is if Chelsea collapse.

van Nistelrooy: 'Who said we gave up? It hasn't changed.

'We want to continue the way we are playing - like in the first half - and see what will happen.

'Chelsea have to collapse but we have to focus on our own performance, collecting three points as much as we can.

'We were very good in the first half but I would prefer not to talk about the second. We deserved to concede a goal because our second-half performance was not very good.

'I guess there can be no complaints about the entertainment value and we have given ourselves something to build on.

'But now, we have two massive games coming up and we will have to play well for 90 minutes against Liverpool.'




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Writer: Cantona Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 13 2006

Time: 6:26PM

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I don't think it will happen this season but hopefully if Chelsea end the season poorly that will continue into next season...
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15/02/2006 17:53:00

there not unstopable there only human!! if mclarens men can beat them 3-0 even liverpool can beat them!!
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20/02/2006 21:29:00

looking at the table it shows that we have only lost 2 more games than them drew 3 more and won 5 less on paper it dont look that bad seeing theres still 12 games left to play!
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