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Damien Duff

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I am hearing that Damien Duff might be hanging up his boots. He was a joy to watch during his time w/ The Blues. I will never forget his crazy leg style of running at opposing defenses.

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I am hearing that Damien Duff might be hanging up his boots. He was a joy to watch during his time w/ The Blues. I will never forget his crazy leg style of running at opposing defenses.

he worked wonderfully in tandem with Robben

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9 hours ago, milan.cech said:

http://www.chelseafc.com/news/latest-news/2016/10/chelsea-tv-exclusive--duff-s-magical-memories.html

Oh Duffer :wub: There will be a full interview on Chelsea TV tonight.

What a guy! Was incredible on the left in his time here, perfect out and out winger.. 

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16 hours ago, LDN Blue said:

What a guy! Was incredible on the left in his time here, perfect out and out winger.. 

Yeah be great if we had 2  out & out wingers now , Costa would have so much fun

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http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/2892/transfer-zone/2017/06/23/36573812/former-chelsea-star-duff-reveals-how-close-he-was-to-joining?ICID=OP

 

Duff turned out multiple times for the away team at Old Trafford, but only realised his love for the club when he featured in Michael Carrick's testimonial game in early June.

The 38-year-old also admitted that the only reason he agreed to play in the match was so his children could watch him play at one of the world's most famous football grounds.

"It’s only kind of when I retired I’ve realised, my God I just love Manchester United," Duff said.

"Driving there with my kids [to Old Trafford for Michael Carrick’s testimonial], the only reason I kind of played in it to be fair my kids never really saw me play in a game in a big stadium, but I brought them over and I see the Man United sign at Old Trafford, and I was like, that’s ingrained in me.

"I used to watch my Man United videos when I was four, five, and it just kind of all came flooding back. It was Carrick’s testimonial but it felt like my day!"

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