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Proof there’s still something special about ‘The Special One’ at Chelsea

Date: 9th April 2014 at 6:39pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

Chelsea can be imperious at home. For the most part they are. There’s an inevitability about Jose Mourinho’s side when they welcome a domestic or continental giant to Stamford Bridge. The irony is the source of Chelsea’s goals against PSG on Tuesday night. The irony is that Chelsea started with Samuel Eto’o, who wasn’t at 100 per cent, and PSG had two world-class forwards in their starting XI in Edinson Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi. That the tie looked to be over following PSG’s 3-1 win last week says a lot about Mourinho and his players. It says a lot because despite the criticism of his strikers – a group, knowing full well that they’re on their way out, who could have mailed it in for ... Read More


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