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Going But Where?

It`s being reported that Ashley Cole, resigned to leaving Stamford Bridge this summer, will end up playing for Carlo Ancelotti.

The only question being where that might be!

Speculation suggests that with Jose Mourinho`s tenure, at Real Madrid, possibly coming to an end there could be a managerial merry-go-round that sees Ancelotti end up at the Bernabou.

So place your bets, will Ashley be plying his trade for PSG or will it be a dream move to Real Madrid to finish his illustrious career?




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Writer: Merlin Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 10 2013

Time: 4:47PM

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I will rather keep him at the Bridge
BluesArmy
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10/01/2013 17:04:00

He should be given whatever he wants to remain at the club.
BOTUM
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10/01/2013 17:10:00

Given Lamps age the loss of Cole is a far greater error of judgement. This is the contract we fans should be concentrating on having extended as the priority.
Pantisocrates
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10/01/2013 17:40:00

This one isnt suppose to leave,what of malouda??ffs why is there no exit rumours about him yet
Ken4CFC
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10/01/2013 22:31:00

Looking at the way we are refusing to renew lamps contract, there is no way we'll give ashley cole a 2 years contract extension even if he wins the player of the year award, I wish we bring back PVA soon and assess him, thought we should line up a capable replacement just in case
Desmondadonis
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11/01/2013 12:47:00

Looking at the way we are refusing to renew lamps contract, there is no way we'll give ashley cole a 2 years contract extension even if he wins the player of the year award, I wish we bring back PVA soon and assess him, thought we should line up a capable replacement just in case
Desmondadonis
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11/01/2013 12:49:00

Complicated. He will or will not be given the contract, that is to see who comes in to replace him first.
Kendemsblue
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14/01/2013 08:32:00

 

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