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CHELSEA, Hazard: "I have chosen the Blues after their victory in the Champions League"

06.06.2012 08.19 by Marco Gori  read 3280
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Interviewed by The Sun, Chelsea new attacking midfielder Eden Hazard has declared: "Chelsea were very far off in the league and I was thinking they wouldn’t play in the Champions League next season. The two Manchester clubs were in advanced contact and I had spoken to the two coaches. Then Chelsea came in little by little and it’s true that, when they won it, I thought ‘Why not Chelsea?’ with a new project and great players".

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