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Man Utd and Chelsea back 'Football v Homophobia' campaign Manchester United and Chelsea have joined the 'Football v Homophobia' campaign for the first time as the group seeks to gain support from 50% of professional clubs in England. Of the Premier League's 20 teams, 11 are involved but only 17 from the Football League's 72 clubs plan a "visible anti-homophobia stance". The 28 professional clubs backing Football v Homophobia
- Premier League: Arsenal, Aston Villa, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Stoke, Sunderland, West Ham
- Championship: Derby, Huddersfield, Millwall
- League One: Bradford, Brentford, Coventry, Gillingham, MK Dons, Oldham, Walsall
- League Two: Chesterfield, Exeter, Mansfield, Northampton, Portsmouth, Wycombe, York
Saw this feature on joe.ie 29 good reasons to celebrate Cristiano Ronaldo’s birthday
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...-ace-William-Carvalho-eighth-time-season.htmlHard to glean too much from YouTube Video's so I'll try to catch a couple of Sporting games soon to see if he's any use. Seems to be a good reader of the game who positions himself well, nice and aggressive, athletic and comfortable enough on the ball from what little I've seen. If it's true we've watched him 8 times then it would make you think we're pretty serious about him.
So then lads, as straightforward as it seems? Mourinho to keep it tight, City to squeeze through with a 1-0? Only way I can see it going. Come on Chelsea!
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