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Sven delighted at Johnson (AUDIO)


Following the 1-0 win over Aston Villa at the City of Manchester Stadium, Sven Goran Eriksson singled out a double as the old and young heads of 33 year-old Didi Hamann and 19 year-old Michael Johnson combined to keep the West Midlanders out and claim all three points to go 2nd in the Premier League.

And it was Johnson who scored his second of the season to give City their first win in 3.

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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday September 16 2007

Time: 7:46PM

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platos
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19/09/2007 00:05:00

doing well but im going for mid - table for you lot this year
muffdaddy1983
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21/09/2007 00:44:00

Chelski have just released a new after shave called "The Special One" by Ugo Boss...
Johnny Baguette
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21/09/2007 08:03:00

Off topic, but Sven's handling of a recent interview shows why he's brought a bit of class to the team. He was asked what he thought of Grant taking over at Chelski "and what sort of person is he?", before answering he asked in return "is that official?" Only after he was told it was confirmed that Grant had taken over did he reply and say that 'he's a very good man' and didn't take the opportunity to slag anyone. Perhaps the fake sheik episode was still fresh in his mind too.
BlueCanadian
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21/09/2007 14:41:00

BlueCanadian, I have never heard Sven say a bad thing about anyone, you cannot help but like the man for his polite manner and the way he just gets on with the job. The premiership will miss Morhinio, but I am sure he will not be out of a job for long.
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