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Against all the odds, the Chelsea manager has dragged his side back into the race. Granted, United still have the slight edge going into the last two games due to a superior goal difference but Grant can surely only be applauded for the job he is doing. He has still to win over some of the fans after replacing the 'Special One', Jose Mourinho, in September. This was his 50th game in charge and he was looking to overturn the 2-0 defeat by United at Old Trafford in his first match in charge three days after taking over. He did that and Chelsea are now level on points with us ahead of games at Newcastle United on Monday, May 5 and finally Bolton Wanderers. How do you think he perform since his inception and took over the reins at Stamford Bridge? He is daring to believe...and in my honest opinion, the 'Special One'!