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Will Blackpool Do Us A Favour & Beat Chelsea?

Will Blackpool Do Us A Favour & Beat Chelsea?

Chelsea travel to Bloomfield Road later tonight to take on Ian Holloway's Blackpool, but, will the Seasiders have enough in their tank to beat the Stamford Bridge lot and in doing so do City a favour.

Blackpool FC is struggling to find their Premier League feet with only 32 points on the board. On the other hand Chelsea has suddenly found their form and are now breathing down our neck.

A win in Blackpool's favour, or perhaps a draw will certainly make all the difference especially as Carlo Ancelotti's team has two games-in-hand.



With Liverpool hammering Manchester United yesterday and Arsenal's bore-draw with Sunderland on Saturday surely the Premier League gods are looking down on City in a favourable manner.

Come on Blackpool and do City a favour.





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Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday March 7 2011
Time: 11:46AM

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Can't help thinking they'll only do us the same favour as Stretford! We need to do the job ourselves. Great to see them get whcked by Liverpool though and Spuds struggle gainst Wolves. It's in our own hands. Beat Chelsea and Spuds and let the other worry for themselves
pedmachine
07/03/2011 12:58:00
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Ian Holloway for England!
Johnny Baguette
07/03/2011 13:23:00
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Sorry but Blackpool are not the same side without Adam.
Thaibluefan
08/03/2011 04:46:00
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Thanks for nothing Blackpool!!
Tudor
08/03/2011 08:48:00
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