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Essien plays bit part in Chelsea's win over Hull

Posted On Saturday, 11th January 2014
Michael Essien

Michael Essien

Ghana midfielder Michael Essien played some few minutes in Chelsea’s 2-0 win at Hull City on Saturday afternoon.

The 30-year-old who has been constantly linked with a move away from the Blues came on in the 90th minute for Brazilian youngster Ramires.

Chelsea had already secured the win with goals scored by Eden Hazard and Fernando Torres.

The win sees Chelsea move on top of the English Premier League with Arsenal and Manchester City playing later on.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Murtala says:

    I dont care any one says,I believe mourihno is trying to wear essien out because Ghana is playing Portugal in the world cup.

  2. boro says:

    Majeed waris: one match, one goal and one assists in the French league 1 and helped Valenciennes to beat Bastia for the maximum three points. We are still counting and in five months time active players in shape will be separated from bench warmers as well as those who do not deserve to be in the BS team. Keep it up and never leave your leg on the paddle.

  3. keith from germany says:

    BORO GOOD ONE THERE BUT FOR ME I GUESS INACTIVE PLAYERS WILL BE CALLED AHEAD OF ATIVE PLAYERS.
    BECAUSE THE WAY KWESI APPIAH TALKING HE WILL DEFINATELY TAKE INACTIVE DUADA.COACH APPIAH MUST THNK VERY WELL OF HIS IDEA OF NOMINATING INACTIVE PLAYERS.
    ESSIEN AT LEAST IS GETING SOME PLAYINGTIME EVENTHOUGH ITS NOT EOUGH ITS BETTER THAN NOT PLAYING AT ALL.
    IF COACH APIAH DECIDES TO TAKE INACTIVE PLAYERS TO THE WC THEN HE WILL BE DIGGING HIS OWN GRAVE.
    WE LIVE TO SEE





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