Chelsea's Japan Tactics Found in Dustbin

19 Dec 2012

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Chelsea's tactics sheet


By Akinbode Oguntuyi

Chelsea's tactics for their doomed Club World Cup bid have been revealed, after they were found in a dustbin.

And the sheet revealed that the Blues failed to spot match-winner Pablo Guerrero after Rafa Benitez got his name wrong, reports

The top-secret crib sheets were discovered in Chelsea's dressing room in Yokohama by a reporter from Brazilian newspaper O Globo.

They warned the Blues to be alert to counter-attacks against Corinthians and instructed players to charge up the field after clearing defensive corners.

Branislav Ivanovic was ordered to pick up the Brazilians' No 9, who was wrongly identified as “Guerro”.

Instead, Guerrero, who had boasted before the game to shock Chelsea, nodded home a second-half header to trash Benitez’s dream of landing a first trophy as Chelsea boss.

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