Chelsea will definitely have a new manager next season. Rafa Benitez even admitted as much in his much publicisedrant last week. The fact that his job title was interim manager was a bit of a clue as well. The question is, who will it be. Earlier in the season it was widely thought that Roman
When Pep Guardiola announced that he wanted a break from football after managing Barcelona for four years, he was already the most successful coach in the club’s history. No wonder that Roman Abramovich tried to persuade him to cut short his sabbatical and oversee the new Chelsea revolution. Of course, Di Matteo now has the
It is all happening at Chelsea at the minute. No sooner is it revealed that the most talked about player of the moment, Eden Hazard, has decided to pick Chelsea over Manchester United and City, then rumours of a £40 million offer for Hulk hits the press. Porto were standing firm over their star striker,
The Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich must have said something to impress Pep Guardiola. The 41-year old announced that he was stepping down after four years managing FC Barcelona. He was exhausted, he said, and was planning a year out of football to recharge his batteries. Jose Mourinho reacted with scorn, saying that he was older,
Chelsea’s search for a full-time manager continues, and according to the latest rumours the one Abramovich wants most is former Barcelona boss Josep Guardiola. Today’s Mirror Football claim that a source close to Chelsea has stated that Abramovich is even willing to wait one year for Guardiola if that’s what it will take to bring
Good news for Chelsea, but not so good for Roberto Di Matteo, is the news coming out of Spain that Barcelona’s departing manager Pep Guardiola, may be willing to manage another team next year. The 41-year old manager has been with Barcelona for four years and orchestrated the most successful period in the club’s history.
Chelsea’s second transfer of the season might be an awful one for the Blues, as they face the risk of losing the all-important Brazilian center-back David Luiz in the summer to Barcelona. If you want to find out what American punters think about this idea then check out TheSportsGeek.com for the latest sports news. The
The Barcelona managed Pep Guardiola saw his team have the lions share of possession (and 20 shots on goal!) but still lose to a very well organized Chelsea team. Pep Guardiola refused to agree that Barcelona deserved to win the game just because of their statistics. On the spread betting market (check out Trade Forex