The Champions of Europe

Month: May 2013

In defense of Mourinho, Why The ‘Special ONE’ was not a failure at Real Madrid

Jose Mourinho has reportedly signed a 4 year contract agreement with Chelsea on his two-day trip to London last weekend, according to The Sun. And Chelsea will unveil him next week after he finishes his Real Madrid season this weekend by playing Osasuna at Santiago Bernabue. But, the main talking point in Spain medias has… Read More ›

An Ashley Cole Appreciation Article

          A while back I’d written an article praising the uniqueness that David Luiz brings from the defense for the team, and how he could change how people look at defenders traditionally, but there is one person who actually is considered the master of his position and has perhaps already revolutionized… Read More ›

The Weakest Link 

The Weakest Link   When I asked my followers for a topic to discuss this week, we ended up talking about the weak links in this Chelsea team. There were obvious successes this past season, with a Champions League place sealed and a Europa League trophy in the cabinet, but it must be remembered that… Read More ›

Chelsea Players Called Up for Confederations Cup

Oscar and David Luiz have been named in Brazil’s squad, Mikkel and Kenneth Omeruo for Nigeria and Torres, Mata and Azpilicueta have also been named in a provisional squad for the Confederations Cup Torres returns to the successful Spanish squad after missing out on action due to a dip in club form. However after helping… Read More ›

Friday Quiz 31 May: Transfers

Transfer time-lines have been created for 10 players who have all spent time at Stamford Bridge during their career. Do you know who each time-line belongs to? West Ham – Chelsea – Liverpool Manchester United – Barcelona – Manchester United – Chelsea – Southampton Groningen – PSV – Chelsea – Real Madrid – Bayern Munich Leeds –… Read More ›

Debate : Fernando Torres or Demba Ba (2012/13 season)

This topic has been an endless debate, “Who had been better in 2012/13 season between Fernando Torres and Demba Ba. To be honest, I’m more biased to Demba Ba. But I’ll try to make the comparison of both in 2012/13 season. *Goals per game is based on player’s started games. In Premier League Fernando Torres… Read More ›

What We Should Do With Courtois

A good shot-stopper is hard to find, they are not readily available. For the same reason, replacing a good GK is even harder. Generally GKs provide a long-term service to the team. Unlike other players, they hardly get injured. So a team has usually one good GK and some decent options as back-ups.  When the… Read More ›

Schurrle to join Chelsea with KDB going out on loan

André Schürrle’s projected move from Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea has moved a step closer after the Bundesliga club’s general manager said a fee has been agreed. Schürrle, who is understood to have agreed personal terms with Chelsea, is on international duty with Germany in the US and will likely head to London to finalise the deal after his release… Read More ›

The Sun: Mourinho is officially the manager of Chelsea FC

Chelsea have reportedly agreed a deal with Jose Mourinho that will see the outgoing Real Madrid boss re-join the Stamford Bridge side on a four year deal on early next week according to The Sun. This source states that a deal has officially been agreed and that a four year contract, worth £40m, was signed by… Read More ›

Can you judge a striker only by his goals?

For a long time the footballing world have been judging strikers and players in general for what they can bring to a team, but can anyone pinpoint the answer? Fernando Torres has come under fire under recent seasons since his £50 million pound move from Liverpool. Understandably due to his first season and a half… Read More ›

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