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Tottenham vs Portsmouth match review

An early kickoff on Easter weekend saw Portsmouth travel to White Hart Lane to play Spurs.  With Jermain Defoe forced to watch the match from the stands due to a ruling that prevents on loan players from appearing against their former club until the transfer is officially registered, Redknapp chose to start with Utaka and Kanu, with Milan Baros on the bench.

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Chelsea hit Derby County for a six

Prior to this game, Derby had gone 25 games without a win in all competitions. Yesterday night, 25 became 26 at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea put six past Paul Jewell’s hapless side.

The win sees Chelsea move to 61 points, five behind leaders Arsenal. The Blues do have a game in hand, and so do Manchester United, who are on 64.

Derby have scored only 10 points all season, and relegation to the Championship looks all but guaranteed for the Rams. They simply do not have the resources to compete successfully at the highest level, not in this season at least.

Frank Lampard scored four, with Joe Cole and Salomon Kalou contributing one each. David Jones scored a consolation goal for the visitors.

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List of Premiership clubs,their home grounds and current managers

List updated- Correct as of October 2008

  • Club ———— Home Ground ———- —————Manager
  • Arsenal——- Emirates Stadium,Ashburton Grove—– Arsene Wenger
  • Aston Villa——– Villa Park————————— Martin O’Neill
  • Blackburn Rovers——- Ewood Park————————–Paul Ince
  • Bolton ——— Reebok Stadium———————-Gary Megson
  • Chelsea———- Stamford Bridge ———————Luis Felipe Scolari
  • Everton ——— Goodison Park———————— David Moyes
  • Fulham———- Craven Cottage,Loftus Road———-Roy Hodgson
  • Hull City———KC Stadium———————–Phil Brown
  • Liverpool ———Anfield ——————————Rafa Benitez
  • Man City—— City of Manchester Stadium ————- Mark Hughes
  • Man Utd ——–Old Trafford —————————Alex Ferguson
  • Middlesbrough ——The Riverside ———————-Gareth Southgate
  • Newcastle——— St.James Park ———————–Joe Kinnear
  • Portsmouth——— Fratton Park———————– Harry Redknapp
  • Stoke City———Britannia Stadium———————Tony Pulis
  • Sunderland ———-Stadium Of Light ————————Roy Keane
  • Tottenham——— White Hart Lane——————–Juande Ramos
  • West Bromwich Albion—-The Hawthorns—————-Tony Mowbray
  • West Ham United——–Upton Park——————-Gianfranco Zola
  • Wigan Athletic——-JJB Stadium———————Steve Bruce

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