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Chelsea
1 - 0
QPR

Carling Cup

Stamford Bridge

23 Sept 09

Attendance: 37,781

Referee: Mr Mike Jones

ChelseaQPR
Kalou 52
Hilario     Heaton    
Ivanovic     Stewart    
Ferreira     Leigertwood    
Belletti     Gorkss    
Hutchinson     77 Borrowdale    
J Cole     Routledge    
Mikel     Buzsaky    
Malouda     46 Rowlands     73
Zhirkov     69 Faurlin    
Borini     Vine     66
Kalou     Simpson     73
Substitutes
Lampard     46 Cerny    
Cole     69 Ramage    
Turnbull     Mahon    
Terry     77 Ephraim     73
Bruma     Taarabt     66
Essien     Agyemang    
Matic     Pellicori     73
Game Statistics
13
Goal Attempts
8
7
On Target
2
5
Corners
3
11
Fouls
7
0
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
51
%
49
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Date:Wednesday September 23 2009
Time: 9:41PM

Comments

0
Quite fair - even possession although they had a few more chances. Well played R's.
jezza99
23/09/2009 23:16:00
0
Anyone know how the fans behaved? Couldn't get to the game tonight, but did here from a very good CFC firend of mine that some of theirs were looking for trouble after the game.
QPR4Me
23/09/2009 23:27:00
0
Just seen the goal from tonight's game on BBC1. Anyone think that there may have been a question of offside about it?
QPR4Me
23/09/2009 23:43:00
0
Thought it at the time QPR4Me, the referee was very poor as were his assistants
Boxer
24/09/2009 00:44:00
0
Fans were brilliant - but I nearly got into a fight . . . ask Jezza!!
sandydl
24/09/2009 09:03:00
0
Yeah there was a bit of trouble after. About 100 of us got shoved by police and horses into the entrace to Fulham Broadway station after a bit of a ruck took place a bit further down the road. We managed to sneak off past the police into the station after about 45 mins finally.
Guttermouth
24/09/2009 11:06:00
0
No, guttermouth, it wasn't AFTER - it was DURING!!! Some oiks wouldn't sit down and were rather rude & nasty about when I asked them to (most politely I should point out) - it turned a bit unnecessarily yeeuck after that. I'm actually talking about our own fans by the way!!
sandydl
24/09/2009 12:07:00
0
Sandydl: That doesn't surprise me in the least. We have got a certain number of planks who I have complained about for years. The fact that they would have a go at anyone who criticises their selfishness, even fellow fans, just sums them up. Guttermouth: That would fit in with what my CFC mate said as he was not too far from Fulham Broadway when he saw things starting to get lively.
QPR4Me
24/09/2009 16:59:00
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