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Courtois Won’t Face Parent Club In Champions League Due To Loan Clause 0

Posted on April 11, 2014 by Yomi

Following yesterday’s victory over favourites Barcelona of Spain, it has been revealed that Atletico Madrid goalkeeper who has been on loan in the club for 3 seasons now is unlikely to face his parent club in this year’s Champions League.

According to the Daily Mail, the Belgian number one goalkeeper will be in goal even if his loan club is drawn against his parent club Chelsea in tomorrow’s draw. The loan agreement seems to have included a clause that forbids the keeper from manning the post should Atletico be drawn against Chelsea.

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.”

Jose Starts Preparation Towards Next Season As Striker Deal Is Close 0

Posted on April 02, 2014 by Yomi

After the shocking manner in which his team lost to relegation threatened Crystal Palace last Saturday, Jose Mourinho is already looking towards bringing in a striker in the summer. The Portuguese, who on many occasions in the past expressed his disappointment about the way his strikers play now feels the time is right to sell all his current forwards including Samuel Eto’o who signed up last summer, Fernando Torres and Demba Ba.

Fernando Torres Off To Inter Milan But On Loan – Reports 0

Posted on April 02, 2014 by Yomi

The transfer speculation surrounding Fernando Torres continues to swirl, as Inter Milan have taken further steps to secure the Spaniard’s striking services next season. In a recent twist to the saga, it appears that such a move would only be a temporary loan deal.

In all likelihood, this is due to two factors. Firstly, the once great Torres is hardly what he was. Inter might be hoping that the slower pace of Serie A, and a change of scenery, can see him find the net on a more regular basis. However, should he fail to find form, they’ll not want to be stuck with a misfiring, aging striker, who demands a substantial wage bill. Secondly, Torres still has two years remaining on his current contract tying him to Stamford Bridge. Given the aforementioned form problems, clubs are unlikely to be interested in paying a substantial fee to release him from this contract.

“I Think Chelsea WIll Get Beat Tonight” Claims Ex Manchester City Star 0

Posted on April 02, 2014 by Yomi

In anticipation for the most talked about Champions League tie between PSG and Chelsea, a series of former professionals have come out of the woodwork to offer their opinion on the closely matched tie. Speaking on talkSPORT, former Man City and Liverpool player Dietman Hamann has predicted a comprehensive defeat for Chelsea.

“I think Chelsea will get beat tonight and be on their way out of the competition. PSG have a lot of quality players.”

“It will be a long, long evening for Chelsea…I think PSG will win two or three nil.”

Laurent Blanc Highlights How PSG Can Beat Chelsea 0

Posted on April 02, 2014 by Yomi

Speaking ahead of PSG’s clash with Chelsea tonight, Laurent Blanc has stressed the importance of shutting down Chelsea’s counter-attacking style:

“Yes, we know that Chelsea are a very counter-attacking team. They like to counter-attack. They will surely have chances to do that tomorrow, and next week, because you can’t control everything during a game.”

“We’ll have to be really strong defensively when it happens, because I think on Wednesday we have to score to win the game. When you play at home and you want to win, you need to make sure that you don’t concede goals. It will be important.”

New Chelsea Signing Shows Matury In Training – Lampard 1

Posted on March 31, 2014 by Yomi

As Chelsea slump to their second defeat in three games, Blues’ fans will be looking for every positive they can get. One such positive might be newly signed Mohammed Salah. Speaking about the young Egyptian, veteran midfielder Frank Lampard  has praised his maturity:

“It’s been a bit of a settling in period for Salah, particularly having joined midway through the season, that’s not easy,”

“It’s a different style of football and a different physical side of the game, but you can see the maturity he’s shown and we’ve all seen that in training,”

Chelsea Star Could Join Turkish Giants – Reports 0

Posted on March 31, 2014 by Yomi

Speculation continues to mount concerning the likelihood of Ashley Cole’s imminent departure from Stamford Bridge. The latest in a series of reports suggest that the fullback might be following in a fellow team mates foot steps. Galatasaray have reportedly short listed the England international, and will look to bring him to Turkey this summer. No doubt, if the money is right, Cole might well put in a call to his long time Chelsea team mate Didier Drogba, to ascertain whether Turkey a place he wants to be.

Gary Cahill Rallies His Chelsea Troupes 0

Posted on March 31, 2014 by Yomi

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho had some seething words for his defeated players after they failed to take any points from their Premier League tilt with Crystal Palace. Visibly distraught after the defeat, central defender Gary Cahill was comforted by Mourinho, and was one of the few who was ultimately exempt from his tongue lashing. Speaking about the recent bad turn of results, Cahill had the following to say:

“Mentally we have to be right,’ he said. ‘We have to be ruthless, go to places like Selhurst Park and do a job. We knew it was going to be a difficult game but we have to get the job done, unfortunately we didn’t do that.

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).

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