03 Apr '11, 3am

Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti insists his side will bounce back against Man Utd in their Champions League showdown

Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti insists his side will bounce back against Man Utd in their Champions League showdown

Carlo Ancelotti (left) insists Chelsea will bounce back against Manchester United in the Champions League after his side's faint hopes of retaining the Premier League title all but vanished. -- PHOTO: REUTERS STOKE-ON-TRENT (United Kingdom) - CARLO Ancelotti insists Chelsea will bounce back against Manchester United in the Champions League after his side's faint hopes of retaining the Premier League title all but vanished. Mathematically, Chelsea can still catch leaders United but they have almost certainly left themselves too much to do after Saturday's 1-1 draw at Stoke. Chelsea are nine points behind Sir Alex Ferguson's side with eight games remaining. But Ancelotti opted to focus on the positives rather than the negatives after Chelsea's slip at the Britannia Stadium. If Chelsea are to salvage anything from a disappointing season, it will be in the Champions League - i...

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