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R's Can Beat Chelsea Says Dexter

Dexter Blackstock is confident the Loftus Road outfit, buoyed by their new signings, can beat Chelsea on Saturday.

"We have no illusions about how difficult the trip to Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup this Saturday will be, but it's a game we've all been looking forward to from the moment the draw was made."

"It may be a cliché but in football you do want to put yourself up against the best. That's what Chelsea are. They are simply one of the best football teams in Europe with a squad of internationals that I've seen on TV more than in real life."

"One of the things in our favour is all the pressure will be on them to win the game. We might have belief in ourselves but I'm sure there aren't many people who will be backing us. We can just go out and play our own game."


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Date:Friday January 4 2008

Time: 6:08PM

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Of course you can. Not likely though.
Lindy
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04/01/2008 18:29:00

Jog on.....
Letsavya
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04/01/2008 19:08:00

Bring it on more like.
hoops
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04/01/2008 19:12:00

of course you can if we have a stinker and you play out of your skins!
merlin
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04/01/2008 20:02:00

Don't Think It's Gonna Happen...!
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there was not a great difference between them.yooooooooooooooors
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Blah blah blah blah ...Even more pointless comment, pointless comment, pointless comment - Just getting our own back Ozanne
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