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Tottenham striker Louis Saha has said that he forward to getting revenge on Chelsea for the 2009 FA Cup final defeat that he suffered while he was an Everton player.
Louis Saha scored the first goal in the FA Cup final history in that match, but Chelsea came back through goals from Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba. It helped Chelsea relieve some of the bad memories of the semi-final clash with Barcelona during that season.
It also turned out to be the only trophy they won that season. For Everton and Louis Saha, it was yet again more disappointment in the cup run. Saha moved to Tottenham in the January transfer window on a free transfer.
He has added a new dimension to the Tottenham attack. Even though he has been unable to into the form of Tottenham in recent weeks, Saha says that his teammates will be able to pick themselves up for the final against Chelsea on April 15. This is the first time Louis Saha will be making an appearance at the new Wembley following the 2-1 defeat they suffered with Everton back in 2009. As a result, Saha said ahead of the Chelsea match that revenge on Chelsea will be extra special because of that defeat in 2009.
Everton striker Louis Saha has said that he has been subjected to racial abuse on social networking site Twitter.
Racial abuse has been at the forefront in the 2011-12 season. It has emerged that Louis Saha was racially abused after he is thought to have accidentally accessed the account of a fan. The account that has now been subjected to investigation by the Merseyside police has been closed.
Louis Saha has informed his 80,000 followers that an investigation has been opened into the situation. Louis Saha is widely considered to be one of the best strikers at Everton, and is crucial towards their chances of finishing in the top 10.
However, it remains to be seen if Louis Saha will be willing to stay beyond this season at Everton after receiving racial abuse from one of his own fans. Louis Saha has represented the likes of Manchester United, Newcastle United, and Fulham over the years. Racial abuse has been one of the major talking points this season, with Liverpool striker Luis Suarez found guilty of racially abusing Manchester United defender Patrice Evra in a match between the two clubs, and being suspended for eight games for it.