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Week in Words: Edin gets his numbers wrong

ESPN staff
January 12, 2014
Five or six, Edin Dzeko? There's not much difference © PA Photos
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In the latest edition of our favourite quotes from the sporting week, Eden Hazard is old, Edin Dzeko struggles to count and Frank Warren plans Dereck Chisora's revenge match with Tyson Fury at...Blundell Park?!

"How do you get bowled out in 32 overs? I would have just been getting my eye in"

Former England opening batsman Geoffrey Boycott has some questions of the current Ashes squad.

"I'll have to have my time sometime. When you're as good as I am and as well known, and talk a lot of b******* like I do, you can't freeze me out"

Tyson Fury as humble as ever.

"You don't want to slack, you don't want to sit down and think, 'You're the best, I don't want to defend or I don't want to run'. If you don't do those things, you don't play"

Jose Mourinho runs a tight ship at Chelsea, according to John Obi Mikel.

" ****** joke this come in training only 6 ****** players here then find out the fitness coach taken the football session #joke"

This tweet cost Michael Chopra around £78 per character after Blackpool fined him over £10,000 for criticising the club's training schedule.

"It is a huge football stadium fight and up there with a Carl Froch versus George Groves rematch"

Frank Warren is planning to host Dereck Chisora's rematch with Tyson Fury at Blundell Park, then.

"It's not easy to win 5-0 at home against a Premier League team but we did. Was it 6-0? Oh"

Even Edin Dzeko lost count of how many goals Manchester City fired past West Ham on Wednesday night.

"He was hopeless all the match. He is always hopeless"

Toulon coach Bernard Laporte is still fuming at the calls made by referee Laurent Cardona during their loss to Grenoble.

"I am 23, I'm old"

But Eden Hazard, you have a long way to go until you get your free bus pass.

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