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Scolari issues a warning to players

SoccerNews in English Premier League 30 Sep 2008

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ChelseaÂ’s manager Luiz Felipe Scolari has said that if any of his players are unhappy at the club they will be free to leave during JanuaryÂ’s transfer window.

This statement comes in the wake of Nicolas AnelkaÂ’s unhappiness at having been left out of the squad that played Stoke City on Saturday.

Scolari added that he wanted players to fight for their places and now with Drogba back, Anelka has to fight for his place back.

He also said that the team was important and if any player was there for himself and not the team was free to go elsewhere.

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  • Philip Wreh

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    It is hard time that players develope the spirit of team work. for the team and not individual play. Collective effort combine will always give teams the victory they need. Alnelka stop being egoistic. Always I and not any other person. Put the team first. I am not a fan of Chelsea but one who love the game.

  • Philip Wreh

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    It is hard time that players develope the spirit of team work. for the team and not individual play. Collective effort combine will always give teams the victory they need. Alnelka stop being egoistic. Always I and not any other person. Put the team first. I am not a fan of Chelsea but one who love the game.

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