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Ashley Cole

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...Chelsea left-back has one final chance to find the back of the net to avoid joining a very exclusive club

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Left-back thankful for competition

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David Moyes takes no chances as strong Everton side crush Cheltenham

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Baines and Anichebe add to Newcastle's growing misery

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