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A Visualisation Expert?

Sunday lunchtime could prove to be an interesting experience.

As well as risking ridicule at the hands of Brentford, in the 4th round of the FA Cup, if we`re awarded a penalty it could turn out to be a battle of mind games.

If Frank Lampard is playing we expect Frank to stride forward and accept the responsibility for taking the spot kick. However, standing between the sticks for Brentford will be Richard Lee, which is where it could get interesting.

It appears that Lee is something of a visualisation expert and will have been preparing himself mentally for facing a spot-kick. His prowess, in this field, is backed up by the fact he`s written a book on the subject.

Therefore, we reckon it could be something to witness, but our money would still be on Frank!

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Writer:Merlin
Date:Saturday January 26 2013
Time: 11:16AM

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If we have a penalty, we will score it, can we win against a highly motivated brentford side? I don't really know, but I hope we get to win without playing ba,mata, lamps and cech, here is hoping
Desmondadonis
26/01/2013 11:44:00
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@Desmond I second that...except that I will play Cech...we only have one goalkeeper in CFC...no back ups...Manure, spurs, Liverpool, Swansea, Westham, Aston Villa, Stoke...are example of clubs that can say they've a back up goalie..I dont think we've got one...my view though!
layorh12
26/01/2013 12:15:00
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Haha! I think Lampard will win that battle..... I don't care what players we field, the most important thing is a win... and I don't see us starting without any of Mata, Ba, Lamps and Cech...All those four missing at the same time? No, that's not a good idea for now. Who do we play with then? the U21 lads who just had a game yesterday? or the Torres, Turnbull and Luiz we all complain about?.....It's good if we can get a win without those four but it's not practicable at the moment... And who do we replace Mata with... Marin?
Latunvic
26/01/2013 13:41:00
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10 men behind the ball for 90 minutes please and nick a 0-0 if we are lucky. I couldn`t take ay more humiliation. The heart has been torn out of our club this year.
Blueheart9
26/01/2013 16:33:00
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Has Chelsea gone that bad that you people are saying you aren't sure of us beating Brentford while resting some key players? I guess it hasn't gotten to that level, what ever team we set out tomorrow I belief we are going to win.
sojofjand
26/01/2013 20:18:00
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Richard Lee would write another book when his net gets torn apart tommorrow
Ken4CFC
26/01/2013 21:27:00
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