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Old Boy Set to Retire?

It is looking as if a former Chelsea hero could be set to retire.

Michael Duberry, who played in that memorable European Cup Winners Cup Final, against Stuttgart, in 1998, is without a club after leaving Oxford United.

An uncompromising defender, Duberry, many feel, never fulfilled the potential he showed during his time at Chelsea.

However, if he is forced to retire, then we wish him well.




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The Journalist

Writer: Merlin Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 5 2013

Time: 2:18PM

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A legend! Sorry to see him have to pack up playing.
Ranners
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05/09/2013 14:34:00

All the best to him, if he hangs up his boots!!
syed230183_chelseafc
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05/09/2013 14:56:00

Best of Luck ... A new direction and challenge in life awaits you.
StamfordDLion
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05/09/2013 15:20:00

Happens to everyone eventually, best of luck for the future.
Since1963
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05/09/2013 23:32:00

 

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