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WE'VE BANISHED ALL MEMORIES OF PHANTOM GOALGHOSTBUSTER Frank Lampard vows Che

lsea will banish the nightmare of Luis Garcias phantom Champions League goal - and stay in the haunt for the Quadruple tonight. England midfielder Lampard was so spooked by Liverpools controversial semi-final winner at Anfield two years ago that it changed his mind about using Hawkeye goal-line technology to determine whether shots have crossed the line. Chelsea are in good shape to avenge their contentious defeat after Joe Coles goal gave them a slender advantage from last weeks first le

g at Stamford Bridge. And despite the Blues damaging 2-0 Premiership defeat at Anfield three months ago, Lampard insists they have long since exorcised Garcias phantom of the Kopera. He sai

d: Its normal that b

oth sets of players, sup

porters and managers still talk about it and grow frustrated about it, but we cant change the result. In terms of its importance on the destiny of a trophy, its almost up there with Geoff Hurst in t

he 1966 World Cup final with the Russian linesman and all that. When you are talking about getting to the Champions League final, and it all hinges on a goal that never crossed the line, there is no better advert for video replay technology in football. I never used to be a fan of it, but since that night Ive changed my tune and now I would be in favour of goalline technology to decide whether a shot has crossed the line or not. Thats as far as I would go, otherwise it would stop the game too much. But if it can take the controversy out of who wi

ns the European Cup, or who wins the semi-final, then its worth getting those big decisions right. For me the tie is finely balanced - Liverpool will feel they can over

turn a 1-0 deficit, but either way the next goal will be a huge deal. We believe we can score it to make their task very difficult. Its not often that we concede three goals, and although we lost 2-0 up there in the Premiership this season we had a mixand-match back four that day. This time it will be different. Lampard accepts Anfield will be noisy enough to make the earth move tonight - although the two most highly-charged audiences at Liverpool this season, against Barcelona and Ma跑狗图正版猛虎报 nchester United, have both witnessed 1-0 home defeats. And he added: I dont buy into this talk of intimidating atmospheres sorting out top players from the rest. If you are a top professional playing at the highest level you can only enjoy those nights. Weve been to these places before and games like this are what we live for - give me the Kop at full volume rather than an echoing, half-empty stadium any day. Liverpool will try and use the noise in their favour, but its a sign of weakness if you hide behind the atmosphere at Anfield and use it as an excuse. You can understand young players being thrown in at the deep end on a big occasion and it gets the better of them, but weve got no excuses because everyone in our side has been there and done that. For sheer volume, the Champions League semi-final at Liverpool two years ago was probably the loudest Ive ever experi

enced, but it wasnt malevolent like the atmosphere when England played in Turkey a few year

s ago - that was on a different le

vel. Lampard has learned to thrive in a hostile

environment, and 21 goals to date this season have given the nations Frankophobes reason to believe their animosity has been misdirected. Just as David Beckham responded magnificently to his status as Public Enemy No.1 in 1998, and Cristiano Ronaldo followed suit this season after being cast as a World Cup villain, Lampard has enjoyed another productive campaign. Maybe the abuse has given me an extra edge to my game, he said. I actually enjoy the banter, because it comes with the te

rritory and I regard it as a compliment. My goal-scoring ratio is something Im very proud of - I think like a striker and I get the hump when I dont score for a few games. Its how Ive become and I suppose thats what pushes me to keep scoring. Getting the goal that takes your club to the Champions League final could shape your destiny as a player - and I would love to do that at Anfield. Ron Harris lifted Chelseas first European trophy, the Cup Winners Cup, in Athens 36 years ago. Lampard would love to follow in

Choppers uncompromising footsteps, and after feeling short-changed by Garcias ghost goal two years ago, it could be Liverpools turn to come Acropolis.

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