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charles

[*] posted on 18-4-2008 at 19:11
Didn't see it,but at least Cty won some silverware,about time too.
I have to agree with you just this once that more British lads must be given a chance.
craig1912

[*] posted on 18-4-2008 at 08:14
Man City won the FA Youth Cup with a predominantly home grown team (6 players have been there since they were age 9). Only 9 players in the game are eligible to play for England and 8 of those played for City. The 1 for Chelsea was born in Ghana! Says something about some clubs Academys

Compare that to the Chelsea team most of whom have been bought in from other clubs and abroad.

cracking game aswell