Georgina Turner
Monday February 21st, 2011

"Chelsea won't go out against Copenhagen." So says Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti, almost as if he think it won't be worth tuning in for this one. And in truth, FC Copenhagen was the team that everybody in the Champions League round of 16 wanted to be drawn against.

Copenhagen is new to these realms and, because of the winter break in Denmark, hasn't played a competitive match for two months. But Chelsea isn't the banker it once was, and I can't hear Ancelotti's assertion without seeing Rafa Benitez earnestly "guaranteeing" Liverpool would finish in the top four, five months before his side finished seventh.

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