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Chelsea set to really annoy West Brom by targeting Berahino 1

Posted on November 16, 2013 by Admin2

I think it is safe to say that Chelsea Football Club, and especially the manager Jose Mourinho, are not too well liked by West Brom and their fans at the minute. Denied a historic win at Stamford Bridge by an admittedly fortunate penalty decision by the referee last week, the Baggies were already fuming when Jose added a little spice to the row.

Describing the West midlands club and their defender Jonas Olsson as `Mickey Mouse` ensured that the English media made a real meal of the situation, but it was really a storm in a teacup. West Brom have sinced calmed down and the former Chelsea assistant manager Steve Clarke has done well to laugh it off.

Lukaku ready to come of age at Chelsea next season 3

Posted on June 21, 2013 by admin

There is a reason why players like John Terry, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba are rightly considered Chelsea legends, and it’s not solely because of their performances on the pitch. During their time at the club, these players have always expressed their love for the club and their absolute desire to succeed and prosper at Chelsea. That kind of dedication means everything to the fans, and it often shows on the pitch. Players who are desperate to succeed become players that do succeed. That drive and determination turns players into winners, and it very much looks like in Romelu Lukaku, we have just that kind of player.

Mourinho’s coming to Chelsea…and Lukaku wants to join him! 1

Posted on May 21, 2013 by admin

Real Madrid and Jose Mourinho have agreed to part company by mutual consent. Real president Florentino Perez made the announcement this evening at a press conference to hordes of completely unsurprised journalists in Madrid. Contrary to reports that he would be officially sacked, Perez has confirmed that the split was a mutual decision.
“We’ve decided to bring our relationship to an end, nobody’s been sacked, it’s a mutual agreement”

West Brom confident of Romelu Lukaku’s return on second season long loan 0

Posted on April 23, 2013 by PaddyMac

West Bromwich Albion boss Steve Clarke is confident of capturing Romelu Lukaku on a second season-long loan.

Lukaku has been in stand-out form for West Brom this season, finding the back of the net 13 times so far this campaign, and has recently come into interest from Swansea City, who are rumoured to be looking into his temporary capture for the whole of next season.

On the Welsh side’s interest, Clarke said: ‘I don’t there is anything in it – it’s idle gossip. I would be very surprised if he ended up there.’

Rafa may have uneasy truce with Chelsea fans 0

Posted on March 03, 2013 by Admin2

After Chelsea beat Middlesborough in midweek, and Rafa Benitez launched into his tirade about the Chelsea fans’ continuing protests about his management, the media turned up at Stamford Bridge yesterday like vultures hoping for a corpse to feed on, but you could sense their disappointment, especially as the soccer betting was predicting that the Spaniard would be sacked!

There were still some banners, and it is clear that the fans will never warm to the ex-Liverpool manager, but his words do seem to have had a calming effect on the Blues’ faithful.

West Brom want to keep Chelsea loanee another season 2

Posted on February 27, 2013 by Admin2

It is fair to say that Chelsea have been missing Didier Drogba this season. Fernando Torres has been better for the Blues this year, scoring 15 goals in all competitions so far, and Demba Ba has added some physical presence up front since signing from Newcastle in January, but has only scored once in his six league games so far. There is a player on Chelsea’s books who has the strength and pace to replace Drogba, and he has scored 12 league goals this season. The problem is that 19-year old Romelu Lukaku has been scoring them for West Brom.

Chelsea dragged into fight with Arsenal and Tottenham 0

Posted on February 25, 2013 by Admin2

It was the worst possible result for Chelsea against Manchester City yesterday, as it put Roberto Mancini’s men seven points ahead in second place. The worry now for Chelsea is that Arsenal are just two points behind in fifth place, while Tottenham are just one point behind and play their game in hand away to West Ham tonight. If Spurs win tonight they will feel like they have won the jackpot at an online casino and move into Third Place.

Rafa on Chelsea’s Lukaku: it “may be best for him to stay” at West Brom for now 0

Posted on December 04, 2012 by PaddyMac

Rafa Benitez has all but confirmed Romelu Lukaku will stay at the Hawthorns until the end of the season.

Romelu Lukaku has been in fine form for West Brom, scoring 5 goals in his 12 Premier League appearances this season, most of which he started on the bench. That is one more goal than Torres has scored in his 15 Premier League starts this season.

Despite the lack of goals at Stamford Bridge, interim chief Benitez believes the 19-year-old will be better served by staying at the Hawthorns, with regular first-team football imperative to his continued development.

Should Chelsea have left Lukaku in Belgium last season? 3

Posted on August 15, 2012 by admin

Romelu Lukaku arrived at Chelsea last summer with a big reputation as a prolific goalscorer with Anderlecht at just 18 years of age, but since his arrival for a massive £18 million he has languished in the reserves.

With Drogba, Torres, Anelka and Stuuridge at the club last season, Lukaku was hardly going to get many chances and really he should have been left with Anderlecht for another season or perhaps should have been sent out on loan to another Premier League club, like Sturridge had been during the previous season.

West Brom join race for Daniel Sturridge 0

Posted on June 26, 2011 by admin

After his fantastic loan period at Bolton at the end of last season, Daniel Sturridge is certainly in demand this summer. Stoke City made a (useless) £6m bid for the 21 year-old hitman and Newcastle have been linked as well, but I would have thought that a return to Bolton would have been the best bet for Sturridge next season.

But now it is being revealed that the West Brom boss Roy Hodgson has also made an approach for the youngster. The previous Baggies boss Roberto Di Matteo tried to take Sturridge to the Hawthorns in January but lost out to Bolton, and now Hodgson has decided to follow in his footsteps.

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