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England's Chelsea players celebrate lifting the 2012 FA Cup after a thrilling 2-1 victory over Liverpool. Chelsea: 1 Petr Cech, 2 Branislav Ivanovic, 3 Ashley Cole, 7 Ramires (16 Raul Meireles, 77), 8 Frank Lampard, 10 Juan Mata (15 Florent Malouda, 90), 11 Didier Drogba, 12 John Obi Mikel, 17 Jose Bosingwa, 21 Salomon Kalou,…
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A goal! Surely a goal for Liverpool?! Andy Carroll rises to meet a cross at the back post and appears to have headed Liverpool level before Petr Cech claws the ball away courtesy of the bar. But referee Phil Dowd doesn't give it. Nor does his assistant. Here's the replay... it's a good call by…
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Chelsea captain John Terry believes a win against Liverpool in Saturday's FA Cup final will go a long way to seeing interim first-team coach Roberto Di Matteo take on the role permanently. Since the sacking of Andre Villas-Boas in mid-season, Di Matteo has revived Chelsea's fortunes in impressive fashion. They beat Barcelona to reach the…
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The FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday is a chance for Liverpool to atone for a wretched season in the league with a second trophy in the Anfield cabinet. Having won the Carling Cup back in February, Steven Gerrard and Kenny Dalglish have a good feeling for Wembley. But Chelsea have also been superb…
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With their impressive recent record at Wembley, Chelsea's John Terry and Roberto Di Matteo look ahead to the 2012 FA Cup Final
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FA Cup Final Collection - A montage of some classic goals from FA Cup Finals down the years
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Chelsea v Liverpool -The FA Cup with Budweiser The Final 5.15pm, Saturday 5 May 2012 Wembley Stadium Winning club receives £1.8m and runners-up £900,000 from The FA's Prize Fund
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FULL-TIME Chelsea 0-2 Newcastle Newcastle United's goalscorers were Demba Cisse (19', 90'). Chelsea's starting line-up was Cech, Terry, Ivanovic, Bertrand, Bosingwa, Mikel Obi, Malouda, Meireles, Ramires, Torres and Sturridge while Newcastle United lined up with Krul, Coloccini, Williamson, Santon, Perch, Cheik Tioté, Cabaye, Gutiérrez, Ben Arfa, Demba Cisse and Ba. Referee: Mark Halsey (Lancashire) More…
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A place in next season's Champions League could be at stake when Chelsea welcome Newcastle United to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday. Events at the Reebok Stadium, where Bolton play host to Tottenham, will also be a factor, but remaining in the top-four hunt will be the overriding ambition for the two teams at Stamford Bridge.…
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Chelsea v Liverpool - The FA Cup with Budweiser 2012 Final 5.15pm, Saturday 5 May 2012 Wembley Stadium
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Roberto Di Matteo spoke to the press ahead of the game against Newcastle at Stamford Bridge.
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Chelsea 6-1 QPR highlights Chelsea's hat-trick hero Fernando Torres: "I am very happy. I knew if I worked hard the goals would come. It's the same for the team, we are playing more as a team now. Reaching the Champions League final was important, but we also want to finish in the top four and…