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 It just wasn’t quite happening for us, our passing wasn’t great, we didn’t really give ourselves a chance by creating chances so we’re disappointed. We defended pretty well as a unit and we’ve managed to do that quite a few times in Europe [but] now we have to improve on the other end and our attacking and possession has to be better. 
— Michael Carrick saying Man U is disappointed after a draw against Olympique de Marseille in the first leg of round of 16 in Champions League / February 23, 2011
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 We’re pretty disappointed with the performance but we kept a clean-sheet and we’ve got a good chance of winning at home which we’re confident we can do but we’ll need to play better than we did tonight. Any game away in Europe is a difficult game but we didn’t play anywhere near our best tonight and we know that. But we’ll look to put that right when we play at Old Trafford. 
— Michael Carrick saying Man U is disappointed after a draw against Olympique de Marseille in the first leg of round of 16 in Champions League / February 23, 2011
 He was excellent again. The boy’s improving all the time, he wants to be a player, he likes defending and today he gave a tremendous display of centre-back play. 
— Sir Alex Ferguson about Chris Smalling's performance in the draw against Olympique de Marseille in the first leg of round of 16 in Champions League / February 23, 2011
 It can be if you lose a goal at home, but for us it's about winning the game. If we win the game, we’re through. I think we have a good chance. 
— Sir Alex Ferguson when asked if the goalless draw against Olympique de Marseille in the first leg of round of 16 in Champions League is a dangerous scoreline / February 23, 2011
 The game was a disappointing game to me. The pitch was lively, but they made sure they didn’t want to lose a goal and that was an example of it at the end. 
— Sir Alex Ferguson about the goalless draw against Olympique de Marseille in the first leg of round of 16 in Champions League / February 23, 2011

 The Champions League is a very good competition and it is a competition Chelsea has never won before. We want to go and win it. Recently things have not been going our way. We are behind in the league, we are out of the FA Cup and so this competition is what we are looking for. We want to go all the way and win it. This is our aim. 
— Petr Cech want to win the Champions League / February 23, 2011
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 Fantastic, it’s difficult for the strikers at the minute because there’s so much competition, but credit to themselves, Didier when he came on as well caused a lot of trouble, they seem to be clicking and working well. And obviously it’s always going to take a couple of weeks for the guys to settle in, hopefully this is the start of very good partnerships. 
— John Terry about Anelka's performance in their first leg victory against Copenhagen in the first leg of Champions League Round of 16 / February 22, 2011
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 Exactly what we asked for yesterday, I thought we set out our game plan very well, the two up top worked very well and with the pace of the two guys up-front it caused difficulties all night for them. 
— John Terry about teams performance in their first leg victory against Copenhagen in the first leg of Champions League Round of 16 / February 22, 2011
 It’s a good lift, obviously winning does that, you can see the buzz in the dressing room but it’s important now we continue this run again this could be the start of it as I said yesterday. The manager said we’re still not dead, there are still an awful lot of points to play for and we will keep fighting. 
— John Terry about their first leg victory against Copenhagen in the first leg of Champions League Round of 16 / February 22, 2011
 No, because Torres did not play Saturday [against Everton]. Anelka played extra time on Saturday, and Torres was fresh. Anelka did a fantastic job by scoring two goals but Torres was key of this game, he is a striker and always is dangerous. He was unlucky that he did not score but he still had a fantastic game. 
— Carlo Ancelotti about Torres' performance in their 2-0 victory against Copenhagen in the first leg of Champions League Round of 16 / February 22, 2011
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