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Football manager Carlo Ancelotti backs Chelsea for the title

21st March 2011 - Berko Tau

Chelsea football manager Carlo Ancelotti has insisted that his side have not given up on the Premier League title.

After beating rivals Manchester City 2-0 at Stamford Bridge, the Blues moved ahead of their opponents to take third place in the table.

Chelsea now sit nine points behind Manchester United, with a game in hand and a match at Old Trafford to come.

Football manager Ancelotti believes his side can still win the title after beating both United and City in recent weeks, but they must win all their remaining soccer games.

"We have to try to win every game. There'll be an international break and when the players come back, I'd like to see the same spirit and attitude," he said.

Chelsea will return to football games after the international break on April 2nd with a game away to Stoke City, before playing Manchester United in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final.
 

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