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A Right Results Says Man City 1-4 Chelsea

MANCHESTER CITY v CHELSEA - Business as usual

Saturday 13 September 2008

It was billed as the Clash of the Cash or War of the Wads, but it was business as usual as in-form Chelsea eased to victory at Manchester City. And it could have been worse for the new rich kids on the Premier League block as the visitors were denied a valid penalty when Micah Richards pushed Nicolas Anelka.

The Right Result is a 4-1 win to Chelsea.

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Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 15 2008

Time: 3:09PM

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Yeah, thanks for that 'Site Staff'!!
Tudor
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15/09/2008 15:16:00

Pity they didn't publish the right result last season, I am sure we would have been in the top four !!!
alphieblues
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15/09/2008 16:03:00

Ballocks! If that stupid system watched the game the right result would of been City 1 - 1 Chelsea! Well played City.
mcfcthriller
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15/09/2008 16:08:00

"Ballocks! If that stupid system watched the game the right result would of been City 1 - 1 Chelsea! Well played City." So which two Chelsea goals should of been disallowed then?
RomansUncle
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15/09/2008 16:22:00

The right result? The ****e result more like.
Johnny Baguette
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15/09/2008 16:24:00

No Im not talking about goals; Im saying from the performance of play from both sides, neither of them should have lost! So the real result should have been a draw!
mcfcthriller
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15/09/2008 16:50:00

Statistics often mean very little. I thought 1-2 would have been a fairer result. And though Chelsea deserved to win on the day, the City performance showed we are getting very close to a top 4 standard. I say this because three of our players were obviously jet-lagged and two of them had only one training session before the game. I say that because Martin Petrov, arguably our best player last season, was injured and we missed his regular supply of top crosses from the left. I say that because our young midfield dynamo Michael Johnson also missed the game because of injury. You may say this is a list of excuses... But I think when we meet Chelsea later in the year we will take points from them.
Sindbad
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15/09/2008 17:04:00

What no mention of the goal scoring chance by Jo when through and synically fouled by Terry.
Buzz Lightyear
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15/09/2008 17:49:00

So the blatent penalty push by Richards on Anelka....clear goal scoring chance..red card then Terry..inside the center circle with 1 covering defender....how you can say goal scoring opportunity is beyond me.(even jokingly!!)..plus Bosingwa would have made up ground easily..he's faster than SWP...
Embers
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15/09/2008 18:27:00

You could argue if all our shots were on Target we could have won 10-9 it wasn't the result was 3-1 Chelsea thats what goes into the history books, this is history, lets move on. Have a great season Chelsea, we will see you later at your place, hopefully to give you a better game.
Buzz Lightyear
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15/09/2008 19:02:00

What is this imaginary penalty claim with Anelka?
mcfcthriller
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15/09/2008 19:14:00

Should have been a pen though, just as it was never a pen (outside the box) when you beat us 2 or 3 seasons ago, our only league defeat that campaign annoyingly!
SpanishBlue
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15/09/2008 20:06:00

1-1! What sort of magic mushrooms did you eat before watching the game?
merlin
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15/09/2008 20:18:00

''1-1''! LOL..1-4 is ok..the 6-0 last season was better but that was at home, so we'll have to wait for the next 6-0 until city come to the bridge..maybe we can even win 7-0 against them..shouldn't be too difficult..
chelsey
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15/09/2008 22:03:00

Tell me what you've been taking, chelsey. Can we have some? Allez Bordeaux!
Johnny Baguette
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16/09/2008 09:28:00

 

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