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Chelsea Star Hazard Could Make Shock Move To German Giants – Report 0

Posted on April 24, 2014 by Yomi

TalkSPORT has revealed that Borussia Dortmund are trying to land Chelsea’s talented youngster Thorgan Hazard on a loan deal. Thorgan joined Chelsea from Lille in 2012 a month after his brother Eden had made a £32million move to Stamford Bridge.

Thorgan has been on loan to Belgian side Zulte Waregem and has had two wonderful seasons with them. He has scored eleven goals this season and has said he is ready for a move to one of Europe’s top leagues.

Just recently, the 21 year old player has said he would be keen to play in England or Germany if a return to Chelsea is not feasible. Borssuia Dortmund are set to make his wishes come true.

Redknapp Blasts Mourinho After Saturday’s Match Against Sunderland 0

Posted on April 22, 2014 by Yomi

Saturday’s match was one every Chelsea fan will want to forget in a hurry considering how it all went. It was an ill-tempered match, and one wonders what might have been had we not lost all three points at stake.

The match, which saw our team slump to a late penalty scored by Fabio Borini, is bound to affect our title aspiration as it further broadens the gap between the Blues and Liverpool who defeated Norwich on Sunday to move clear at the top of the league.

Mourinho & Ramirez Could Face FA Punishments after Last Saturday’s Incidents 0

Posted on April 22, 2014 by Yomi

Just what we needed! As if the pain of losing to a relegation threatened team was not enough, there are reports in the press suggesting that Jose Mourinho, Rui Faria (Coach) and midfielder Ramirez could all be facing actions from the FA after separate incidents involving them during and after the defeat to Sunderland last Saturday.

The boss took a dig at Mike Dean over the way he handled the match between Chelsea and Sunderland last Saturday. The referee, who awarded Sunderland a dying minute penalty, which was converted by Fabio Borini to give the away team a victory over us, was ‘mocked’ by the boss in comments a couple of people have referred to in the social media as being sarcastic.

My Take On Modric To Chelsea Rumours 1

Posted on April 21, 2014 by Yomi

The summer transfer window is still some months away, and we have started reading and hearing for all kinds of reports and rumours concerning movement of players. Some of these rumours and reports are so hilarious and ridiculous that one begins to wonder what is on the minds of the one initiated it. One of the rumours that made a lot of laugh last week was the one linking Oscar with a move to Madrid in a possible swap deal that will involve Modric moving the other way to Chelsea.

Costa To Chelsea: More To It Than The Transfer Fee 0

Posted on April 20, 2014 by Yomi

Most times we find ourselves overlooking other important factors other than wages and fees involved when it comes to the transfer of a player.

While it is almost certain that Diego Costa’s transfer to Chelsea is all but done, especially since the last interview granted by Diego Simeone all but confirmed the fact that something was in the offing; it is important to consider other things that might affect or cause the transfer to breakdown.

26 Goals 3 Assists In 31 Matches Striker To Become Blues’ Highest Paid Player 0

Posted on April 18, 2014 by Yomi

The Telegraph has published a report claiming that Chelsea are close to a deal for Atletico star man, Diego Costa.

The English tabloid claims that the Blues are very confident of sealing the deal to bring the player to Stanford Bridge in a deal said to be worth £80 Million in total. Jose Mourinho had to switch his attention to the Brazilian turned Spanish international after Wayne Rooney of Manchester United renewed his contract with his club.

Chelsea Set To Activate Release Clause Of Highly Rated Benfica Forward 0

Posted on April 14, 2014 by Yomi

If reports emanating from A Bola, a Portuguese tabloid are anything to go by, then Chelsea are set to activate the £25 Million release clause of Benfica forward, Rodrigo.

The player, who has been sparkling form this season, is also on the transfer of Chelsea’s London rivals, Arsenal. The player, who also scored in last month’s Europa League match against Tottenham can offer a lot to a Chelsea team that has problem converting chances into goals.

Chelsea Playmaker Told To Leave The Club By His National Team Manager 1

Posted on April 11, 2014 by Yomi

The manager of the Belgian national team, Marc Wilmots has urged Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard to consider joining PSG in the summer in order to further his career; according to a story published in the Metro Newspaper.

In an interview likely to arouse the anger of every Chelsea fan, the boss of one of the most improved national teams in the world, Belgium was quoted to have urged Hazard to move if he hopes to be “taken into serious consideration.”

“It’s an opportunity to be taken into serious consideration if he wants to be part of the category of players who make the difference.”

Why I Like Clubs Who Spend Big 0

Posted on March 31, 2014 by Yomi

It’s a common theme in football to lambaste any team who is taken over by foreign owners, who subsequently go on to hurl huge wads of cash around, in the hope of enticing the worlds best footballers to play for their club. A ‘true fan’, we’re told, is someone who grew up supporting their local club. Someone who supported them through thick and thin, and would rather see a sub par home grown man who loves the shirt, than some flashy foreign guy who’s only there for the cash. The scorn began (and never really ended) with Abramovich and Chelsea, and has continued to sweep football, until PSG joined the big-spenders league when the Qataris came with their wallets spread wide in 2011. And, while I completely understand the sometimes comforting tribal attachment that comes with home grown support, I’m hear to argue for the Big Guys (as though they needed my support).

Slack Chelsea give Galatasary hope for second leg 0

Posted on February 28, 2014 by PaddyMac

Chelsea were unable to leave Turkey with a win last night, in what was very much a game of two halves.

The Blues took a lead in the 9th minute thanks to a fast-paced piece of teamwork which completely opened up the Galatasaray defence, with Azpilicueta playing in Torres to slot home.

The Turks were fortunate to make it to half time with only a one-goal deficit with Chelsea having dominated. Roberto Mancini gave them a much needed talking to at half-time, and they responded with some very clever attacking play putting Jose Mourinho’s side on the back foot.

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