|A much quieter week with the
F.A. Cup Fourth round matches meaning that only four Carling Premiership and
Nationwide Division One games were played. The policy of selling Chelsea's performance
when away to lower ranked opposition paid off yet again which resulted in a potential
profit for the week of £210. This raises the total potential profit for the season to
£14,693 (an average of over £860 profit per week).
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