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Chelsea Crowned Premiership Champions

 

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Congratulations to Chelsea for winning the 2005-2006 Premiership trophy. The Blues cruised to victory in a 3-0 home win against a very disappointing Manchester United side. Class goals from Gallas, Cole and Carvalho sealed the victory.


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3 Responses to Chelsea Crowned Premiership Champions

  1. JC says:

    Rooney looks seriously hurt. England is in trouble :(

  2. The Gaffer says:

    JC:

    Absolutely, very troubling. I’m listening to the BBC right now, and Alex Ferguson said that they won’t know how serious Rooney’s injury is until they return to Manchester.

    That said, it looks very doubtful that Rooney will play for England if the injury looks as bad as it did on TV.

  3. Yannick says:

    United’s performance wasn’t good today and Chelsea showed they deserved to win.

    As for the Rooney injury, yeah it didn’t look to good. I hope it isn’t too serious.

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