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Millwall 2.6 Miles

Arsenal 2.9 Miles

West Ham 3.6 Miles

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Danny Gregory

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Where are Chelsea
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Paul Rice

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Chelsea are 4.75 miles
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Emirates Stadium - Arsenal FC

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Millwall

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Anonymous

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I very much doubt if you vould hear bow bells from millwall fc..arsenal is nearest..and west ham impossible to hear from there.

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