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Chelsea on Verge of Dreadful Milestone

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Barcelona are in, and Chelsea are almost out. Tuesday night saw a tale of two champions heading in opposite directions.

For some the results will be cause for schadenfreude, particularly if you hail from the hamlet of Munich in Bavaria. Those folks never got over the fact that Chelsea managed to pip the giants on their home turf thanks to a rearguard action that Napoleon would have admired. Tuesday night, with John Terry and Frank Lampard out, the Chelsea defense crumbled 3-0 to Read Full Article »

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