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Four goal Shildon go third

Three scorers, three points, third place and three behind league leaders West Auckland, who visit Dean Street on Saturday. The goals also arrived from three areas of the pitch with a defender, a midfielder and a striker all getting on the scoresheet. 1,399 more words

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First Merseyside derby for referee Taylor

ANTHONY Taylor has been appointed to referee his first Merseyside derby when Everton host Liverpool at Goodison Park on Saturday.

The 36-year-old will oversee the televised teatime kick-off on Sky Sports as the two fierce rivals lock horns in the Premier League for the second time this season. 591 more words


Chelsea 0 Liverpool 0 (1-0 aet) - Out of the League Cup but not all bad news

Liverpool are out of the League Cup (the “Capital One” Cup), despite not losing to Chelsea twice in a week. The only goal of this second leg came in extra-time, though it was largely irrelevant, with Liverpool needing to score anyway, because of Chelsea’s away goal in the first leg. 1,187 more words

Costa Puts His Stamp on Liverpool Game

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Chelsea beat Liverpool 1-0 at Stamford Bridge last night to secure their place in the final of the Capital One Cup, but the biggest talking points again surrounded Diego Costa. 645 more words


Soft Launch

Today we had our first ever media experience (say that ten years ago and Mum would have been alarmed).  Key lesson was that you can say as much interesting stuff as you like but make a funny joke about Amsterdam then that will be what gets aired.  441 more words

Chelsea 1-0 Liverpool AET: Match Reaction

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Chelsea are heading to Wembley to contest in the Capital One Cup final after a edging an enthralling tight encounter with Liverpool.

With the deadline unbroken at the end of 90 minutes, the Blues, whose away goal at Anfield last week would only become effective after the full 120 minutes, has Branislav Ivanovic to thank, as his thumping header secured Chelsea’s passage to Wembley. 702 more words


Chelsea 2-0 West Ham United: in pictures

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Jose Mourinho enjoys very much the Christmas period to the Premier League calendar and playing West Ham United at home on Boxing Day was a chance to bring some festive cheer to the Blues faithful. 176 more words