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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/...a.html?ITO=1490

Barcelona star Dani Alves has kicked off the Champions League phoney war by insisting he is glad that he missed out on a move to Chelsea. The Brazil defender, considered by many the best right-back in the world, was the subject of bids from Stamford Bridge before Barca signed him from Sevilla last summer. And with his club set to meet the west Londoners for a place in the European Cup final, the 25-year-old told Spanish newspaper Marca: 'I was close to signing with Chelsea but luckily it didn't happen and I moved to a team that suits me perfectly.

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He's not even in the top 3 right backs in the world, to be fair. Don't think he's got anything on Bosingwa in all honesty. Nowhere near as good as Sergio Ramos.

Would rather have both Bosingwa and Ivanovic at the back over him; at least they can fucking defend. Reckon he'll get raped by Drogba.

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He's not even in the top 3 right backs in the world, to be fair. Don't think he's got anything on Bosingwa in all honesty. Nowhere near as good as Sergio Ramos.

Would rather have both Bosingwa and Ivanovic at the back over him; at least they can fucking defend. Reckon he'll get raped by Drogba.

alan pardew famous words :o

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