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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

John Terry acused of racist comments against Anton Ferdinand

There was a problem between John Terry and Anton Ferdinand during the Chelsea v. Queens Park Rangers match. Now the veteran defender has been acused of racial abuse against Ferdinand.

Terry himself denied the version and stated that right after the game, he and Ferdinand talked for about ten minutes and solved the problem.

Andre Villas-Boas said that "it was a big misunderstanding, and people should trust in someone who represents our country in top international competitions". These words actually created more criticism in England, and even the FA demanded an explanation to Villas-Boas.

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Friday, August 26, 2011

Champions League: Chelsea in the same group with Valencia, Leverkusen and Genk

The 2011/2012 Champions League has begun with the traditional draw, this time in Monaco. And Chelsea ended up in a really tough Group with Spanish Valencia, German club Bayern Leverkusen and Genk from Belgium.

The first game for the "Blues" will be on September 13 against Bayern Leverkusen in London. The second match will be against Valencia on September 28 in Spain.

Chelsea fans hope this will be the season when they can finally win the Champions League trophy. With new players like Juan Mata and Romelu Lukaku adding great football to their powerful squad, they have a great chance this time.

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Monday, April 25, 2011

Fernando Torres' first goal with Chelsea, a relief for everybody

Spanish striker Fernando Torres finally scored his first goal at Chelsea, and ended 902 minutes with no goals - including his last games at Liverpool and his games with the Spanish National Team.

Chelsea defeated West Ham United 3-0 and reached the second spot of the Premier League, but the most important thing of the game was Torres scoring goals again. The talented footballer said that "it's a great releaf, and now a have a little less pressure to face each game in the future."

"I had to wait 14 games with Chelsea to score the first goal. I just didn't see that coming, so I have to thank my team-mates for their constant support" said Torres.

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Sunday, April 17, 2011

Chelsea closer to Arsenal after 1-3 win over West Bromwich

Ancelotti's men are decided to fight until the end. Chelsea got an important 1-3 win as visitors over West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns Stadium on Saturday.

West Bromwich scored the first goal by Peter Odemwingie, but Chelsea reacted thanks to Didier Drogba, Salomon Kalou and Frank Lampard.

Spanish star Fernando Torres entered in the second half, but he still cannot score his first goal with the Blues, a fact that now is called the "Torres curse".

Chelsea remains in the third position of the Premier League, one point behind Arsenal and eight behind Manchester United.

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Sunday, April 10, 2011

After short win over Wigan, Ancelotti focuses in Champions League

Chelsea's 1-0 win over Wigan was not a good game for Carlo Ancelotti's squad and the coach is aware of the lack of good football in his team. The next rival, Manchester United, will not be as easy as Wigan, and Ancelotti already warned his players: "We must improve to advance".

Manchester United's number in Champions League are far superior compared with Chelsea, but Ancelotti is convinced that among his players there is enough talent to make history at the Old Trafford.

"We are not converting goals. That's why we suffered so much against Wigan. But that's normal in football. If we are at our 100%, we can beat United" said the coach.

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Saturday, April 09, 2011

Chelsea, Juventus and Barcelona are after Brazilian rising star Neymar

Neymar proved to be the newest sensation in South American football. The Brazilian striker had an excellent performance this season with Santos as well as with the Brazilian National Team. That's why many powerful european clubs are after him.

The 19-year-old footballer is the objective of Carlo Ancelotti, but Chelsea must make a bigger offer, since Barcelona and Juventus are willing to pay even 34 million euros for him.

However, some newspapers in Brazil suggest that Santos has no intention of selling Neymar, since they want him to be the best player in the world while playing at that club. But we all know that money can change many things.

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Malouda rescued a 1-0 win for Chelsea over Wigan

Chelsea defeated Wigan 1-0 in the Premier League with a late goal scored by Florent Malouda, but the sensation is that the blue team cannot achieve victories easy enough to chase Manchester United in the tournament.

In fact, Wigan was the dominating side in the first half. Only Drogba and Torres managed to create some dangerous strikes for Chelsea.

The goal was result of a confuse move in Wigan's area, but it was enough for Chelsea to keep three points in their bag. As for Fernando Torres, he completed a good game but he could not score yet.

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Friday, February 18, 2011

Chelsea vs. Everton: Drogba returns to the squad

Didier Drogba was designated by Carlo Ancelotti to be part of the starting team against Everton, in the FA Cup.

Coach Ancelotti was eager to give Fernando Torres as many minutes as possible, but he is not eligible for this match.

Even though Drogba is 33 now and the board is probably thinking about Torres becoming their most important strikers for the next years, the African star will prove that he is still a goal-scoring machine.

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Friday, March 19, 2010

Ancelotti aims to win Premier League and FA Cup

Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti is not happy with Chelsea elimination in the Champions League, but he knows that there are still posibilities to celebrate this season: the Premier League and FA Cup.

Indeed, the Blues are only two points off the pace at the top of the Premier and are through to the final four in the prestigious FA Cup. Said that, Ancelotti is convinced that his footballers can win both titles.

The coach said that Chelsea's destiny "is in our own hands. If we win every match, we can do the double. That's our aim."

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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Chelsea eliminated from the Champions League by Inter Milan

It was Drogba vs. Eto'o. It was Mourinho against Chelsea. In the end, Inter Milan got a 1 - 0 win over the Blues and kick them out of the Champions League. However, the qualification, achieved by a 3-1 aggregate score after the Italian team had won the first leg, 2-1, was not that satisfying for Jose Mourinho. He was manager of a legendary squad of Chelsea and this was his first time facing his old home.

"Today I was the enemy, and today the enemy won," the Portuguese coach expressed.

Cameroon star Samuel Eto'o netted in the 78th minute to destroy the Blues' 21-game home unbeaten streak in the UEFA Champions League.

Inter booked a place in the next stage. And in Stamford Bridge, we will have to wait for the next season of the Champions League to see Chelsea finally winning the long expected crown of Europe.

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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Brazilian Zico: Luiz Felipe Scolari should have more time at London

The popular and super talented Zico stated that he is against Chelsea for dismissing Luiz Felipe Scolari prematurely.

In fact, the CSKA Moscow coach, whose side played Aston Villa for the UEFA Cup this evening, believes that the man who led Brazil to World Cup glory in 2002 — sacked last week after only seven months — should have been judged at the end of the season.

“People seem to think the role of the coach in Brazilian football is less important because, it seems, they just have to turn up and the footballers victory the World Cup,” Zico, who appeared in the 1978, 1982 and 1986 finals, expressed. “So it is a problem for Brazilian coaches because they do not get time to have an effect on the way a side plays to get the results they want.

“Felipao had lost some games, however he did not lost a championship. We must consider that a reasonable time would have been at the end of this season.”

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Back to Chelsea young players: Hiddink to lineup Michael Mancienne

A talent from the young division in Chelsea, Michael Mancienne, is poised to make his first Premier League start for the Stamford Bridge institution in their vital fixture against Aston Villa after Guus Hiddink oversaw his first training sessions at Cobham.

In fact, injuries to Portuguese Carvalho and Alex, as well as a suspension for Ashley Cole, see Hiddink faced with something of a defensive crisis in his first week in charge after replacing Luiz Felipe Scolari.

Mancienne, notionally a central defender, filled in manfully at right back during Chelsea’s FA Cup victory over Watford last weekend that Hiddink watched from the stands with owner Roman Abramovich.

Indeed, Hiddink, a meticulous coach, has reviewed the weekend’s opposition, who sit above Chelsea in the Premier League table, and is concerned by the need to counter the pace of Ashley Young and Gabriel Agbonlahor.

It seemMancienne’s speed is seen as a greater asset than his inexperience is a concern.

The popular Hiddink has already watched a youth side encounter and is believed to have been impressed with Mancienne in the training sessions he has conducted at Cobham this week.

"It is amazing for me having the experience of seeing the second side as well and seeing if we first see a amazing performances of the side and second if they're some young footballers who might be very interesting for the future," expressed Hiddink after watching the youth side put six past Portsmouth.

"I think that even if you are a big team, and even if the first side is settled you must always create some space for youngsters, they are always promising and that is why we always have to keep an eye on them."

We must consider that Mancienne, who was called in to the experienced Fabio Capello’s England squad for the friendly victory against Germany in Berlin last year, though remained and unused substitute, was paired with John Terry in an open training session.

The England captain has been immediately impressed with Hiddink and is relishing the opportunity to reignite a difficult season for Chelsea.

“He’s made a few changes and in training he got us to press more and play higher up the pitch,” expressed John Terry.

“I must admit, it looked sharp, with everyone fighting for their places again.”

Chelsea’s defensive record this season stands up against most of their nearest rivals and in despite of that, the last few weeks has seen an alarming dip in form with even stalwarts like Terry and Cech coming in for criticism.

As we said, Mancienne, who has spent impressive spells with Wolves in recent seasons, may well prove to be the beneficiary of that and Hiddink’s fresh start at the team.

We should review the new generation at Stamford Bridge:

Miroslav Stoch - Gave a glimpse of his quality against Stoke City and has become increasingly involved with first-team squad - particularly noted for his pace.

Michael Mancienne - Came to prominence when he was called up to Fabio Capello's England squad and played against Watford in Chelsea's FA Cup victory.

Franco Di Santo - Argentina Under-20 international who impressed during pre-season and has made several first-team appearances.

Scott Sinclair - Made Chelsea league debut in 2007, and in despite of that, is currently on loan with Birmingham until the end of the season.

Frank Nouble – This talented player has been with Chelsea since an under-12 and has been capped by England under-17s.

Jeffrey Bruma - Centre-back from Holland, who plays for the Dutch under-17s and has trained with the first-team.

Jack Cork - The son of Alan Cork has steadily won admirers while on loan with Bournemouth, Scunthorpe, Southampton and Watford, and in despite of that, is increasingly making his mark for the England under-21s.

Jacob Mellis - Signed in the summer of 2007 and a member of the England under-19 division.

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Friday, February 06, 2009

Ricardo Quaresma for Didier Drogba: perfect deal?

According to a report in a British newspaper, Inter are hoping to take Chelsea's Didier Drogba to Milan at the end of the season.

Apparently, Nerazzurri head team boss Jose Mourinho is extremely eager to be reunited with the Ivory Coast striker and will offer Portuguese international winger Ricardo Quaresma in exchange.

Drogba excelled under Mourinho's management of the Blues, scoring 16 goals in 2004/05 and 2005/06, and an incredible 33 in the 2006/07 campaign.

Since the 'Special One' departed Stamford Bridge in September 2007, the Ivory Coast striker has struggled to find the same form.

This season he has played only 20 encounters, scoring just three goals, while Nicolas Anelka has made 32 appearances, finding the back of the net on 17 occasions.

It is claimed that the 30-year-old has also fallen out with current manager Luiz Felipe Scolari, so should Quaresma impress for the remainder of the season a swap deal may not be out of the question.

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Talented Frank Lampard On Ref After Red Card Reprieve

Chelsea talented footballer Franky Lampard was shown a straight red card for a challenge on Xabi Alonso on the hour mark during the Blues' 2-0 loss at the hands of Liverpool on Sunday.

The defeat was a massive blow in terms of the Premier League title race, but Lampard was handed a boost yesterday at the time the FA overturned his sending off, thus sparing him a three-match ban.

Lampard slid in on Alonso and the Spaniard was sent flying, but it was clear even without the aid of video replays that England star Lampard had got a large chunk of the ball.

Now able to look ahead to ahead to the weekend visit of Hull City, Lampard spoke to the Press Association of the red card, which was dished out by referee Mike Riley. "It's great that I can move on, but a shame that we lost the game because of it," he bemoaned.

"I presumed it would be rescinded anyway so I was quite confident about that.

"It was obviously a mistake, we all make mistakes. soccer players make mistakes just as much as anyone - and the referee did."

Under-fire Riley will not be in action this weekend, it has been revealed, after sustaining an undisclosed injury during the Liverpool win.

He and his assistants have also come under fire over Jose Bosingwa's kicking antics, but the full-back cannot be punished retroactively as the linesman saw the incident at the time.

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