March 08, 2013 by
There is no getting around the fact that Chelsea were well below par against Steaua Bucharest in Romania last night. Having said that, the home team needed the help of a generous refereeing decision to give them the win. The result was disappointing, but it was only 1-0, and Chelsea should easily be able to turn the tie around at Stamford Bridge next week.
Fernando Torres again did his impression of a man suffering from amnesia, because he looked like he had never seen a game of football before. With Demba Ba cup tied in Europe, the Spaniard is our only striking option, so it is a good thing that the players behind him are able to find the back of the net, although they also had a bad night. .....Read more...
March 07, 2013 by
Chelsea are in no mood to feel sympathy for Manchester United and Alex Ferguson. The league leaders are obviously in a dark place at the moment and they feel cheated out of a place in the next round of the Champions League.
The only thing on the mind of Chelsea’s defender David Luiz is piling on the misery this weekend when the Blues travel to Old Trafford in the FA cup. If you think Chelsea can take advantage of United’s Champions League hangover then look at this site some betting bonus information. The 25-year old Brazilian says that Chelsea are hoping to take full advantage of United’s frame of mind. .....Read more...
May 02, 2011 by
As the title race heats up ahead of the upcoming showdown between Manchester United and Chelsea, Sir Alex Ferguson is starting his trade-mark mind-games. This weekend Chelsea beat Tottenham and Arsenal beated United meaning the Blues are only three points behind the Red Devils. Chelsea can move to the top of the league if they beat United with only two games of the season left after that.
The Guardian reported Ferguson complaining about the referee’s decision making after the Arsenal game. He said: “we’re not going to get the decisions in these big games, I’m afraid”. .....Read more...
August 22, 2010 by
The Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti told today about how pig-ignorant Alex Ferguson was last season when Chelsea beat Man utd at Old Trafford on the way to winning the Premier League title.
“Our success at Old Trafford was the one that got us the League title, even though in the end Ray Wilkins and I were forced to drink to our victory alone,” said Ancelotti.
“As is the tradition, a few minutes after the final whistle we went to Sir Alex’s room to drink the usual glass of wine. We walked in, and silence reigned. .....Read more...
May 10, 2010 by
The Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti believes it was Chelsea’s two wins over the reigning Champions, Manchester Unitd, that was the key to Chelsea taking the Premiership trophy back to Stamford Bridge. especially the win last month at Old Trafford which sent Chelsea back to the top.
“The key point, I think, was our victory at home and also, above all, in Manchester,” said Ancelotti, “They were the key for this title because that improved our confidence and sent United a little bit down.” .....Read more...
April 02, 2010 by
Carlo Ancelotti knows that three points are absolutely necessary if Chelsea are to take pole position away from Man Utd in the title race, and he is clear that he has no intention of being happy with sharing the points.
Chelsea have already recorded two victories over their rivals this season, but Ancelotti doesn’t think that will have any effect on this game. “We have a very good chance,” he said. “This game will be different. We are playing for the title and psychologically it is different.
“We are fit and confidence has improved after Portsmouth and Aston Villa. It will be a very important game. .....Read more...