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Okocha hopes to give Chelsea the Blues

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Star new Hull signing Jay-Jay Okocha is aiming to taste victory against Chelsea again on Wednesday night and plunge the London club into fresh turmoil.

The Nigerian, 34, made his name in England during a four-year spell at Bolton when he helped the unfashionable Lancashire club to qualify for Europe for the time in their history. During that spell he and his team-mates made a habit of upsetting the big-boys, including a 2-1 Premier League win at Stamford Bridge in December 2003.

"How could I ever forget a result like that?," Okocha said. "It was a brilliant victory and is a great memory to look back on. It showed what can happen on any given day and that has encouraged me about the possibilities of what could happen when Chelsea arrive at the KC Stadium."

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