Dec 11 2012

Mexican Institute

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He missed the Chelsea an imaginative player, a football player able to break the last line with a genius and flipping matches at a stroke. Since the departure of the virtuous Gianfranco Zola, hero of the Stamford Bridge fans in the final straight of the nineties, the inspiration of the blues was aside to make way for a metallurgical version carved by Jose Mourinho, perpetuated with some nuances by his successors and that, this season, seems to come to an end with the arrival of the technical Andre Murray to the team bench. It has cost him carburizing new Chelsea, Mexican Institute of sound in the first two days (a draw against Stoke City and a very hurried triumph against West Bromwich), but who has found a blessing in the arrival of Juan Mata on its slate. The Spanish, which premiered with a goal against Norwich City only three days after landing in the club, has breathed a breath of fresh air to the attack of the blues, diminished in the last courses by the fade-out of Lampard and Drogba physical decline, increasingly with less gasoline. Source of the news:: Mata’s goal on his debut and Drogba swipe

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