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Commons Keen To Do A Coventry

Derby winger Kris Commons wants the Rams to follow Coventry's example against Manchester United tonight. The Sky Blues knocked the Premier League giants out of the competition last season and Commons is hoping Derby can do the same this year.

"It's surprising how it's all turned out, in my blog before the last game with Stoke I mentioned how I would have loved to have drawn Man United and now here we are playing each other. It will be a great experience for the boys and hopefully we can do ourselves credit.

"I'm not sure who I'll be facing on the night, United have a massive game against Chelsea on the weekend which might affect their selection. Let's hope they have one eye on that and we take the chance to catch them off guard."

For the full story go to: www.kriscommons.com/blog.




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Date:Wednesday January 7 2009

Time: 6:01PM

 

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