The Champions of Europe

Month: April 2014

We deserve respect

It is becoming monotonous, repetitive and tiring. Yes it is. Park the bus, defending all the time, not attacking, anti football etc. What does the world want from us? When we play counter attack football it’s called “parking the bus”. When we attack everyone says “the other team was poor”. When we lose to a… Read More ›

Transfer Talk: Chelsea eye Vidal & Moreno

According to the Daily Express Chelsea are set to make a bid for Spanish left back Alberto Moreno, the blues believe that the 21-year-old will be an ideal successor of Ashley Cole. The young talent has attracted the interest of Real Madrid and Manchester United, and has managed an impressive total of 35 appearances for… Read More ›

UEFA Champions League Match Preview: Chelsea FC vs Atlético Madrid

European Night At Stamford Bridge! The stage is set for an epic encounter and another massive Champions League match-up this midweek when Chelsea host Atlético Madrid in the return leg of the 2013/14 UEFA Champions League semi-finals. Chelsea came away with a 0-0 draw from the Vicente Caldron last week, having nullified Atlético’s attacking magnum…. Read More ›

Player Ratings- Chelsea v Liverpool

After losing to BOTH Crystal Palace and Sunderland in the space of 3 weeks, and Liverpool winning their past 11 matches, Chelsea’s title aspirations have all but faded away. We headed to Anfield 5 point of 1st place Liverpool, knowing that anything less than a win would hand Liverpool their first title since 1990. Jose… Read More ›

Match Report: Liverpool 0-2 Chelsea

Match Summary: Chelsea have earned another Incredible away win at Anfield with the most radical Starting Squad where most noticeably Ba scored from a Gerrard mistake. In the line-up debutant Kalas was partnered by Ivanovic who has been employed in the role for the first time ever by  Mourinho. However all plaudits went to Ba… Read More ›

A look back at Juan Mata: Did Mourinho’s gamble pay off?

Mata’s sale to Manchester United raised a few eyebrows, but in the end it seemed like a win-win-win situation. Mata would get his playing time which would aid in his bid to fly to Brazil, United would get a world-class player, and Chelsea would, hopefully, use a stronger United to take some points off their… Read More ›

The Anticipated New Look

Blues visit Anfield on Sunday in a virtually nothing to lose contest. This match is an occassion which would not feature the key Blue players such as Hazard, Willian, David Luiz, Oscar, Terry, Eto etc. In order to avoid injuries and afford time for recovery to the injured ones among them ahead of Atletico Madrid… Read More ›

Match Preview: Liverpool FC vs Chelsea FC

Chelsea face Liverpool in a clash at the top of the table. The tactical battle between Jose Mourinho & Brendan Rodgers is expected to be a contest of minds. Liverpool are clear by 5 points on top of the table and it is likely they will win the league. But should Chelsea get three points… Read More ›

Mourinho’s Mood Grumpy Heading Into Season’s End

Jose Mourinho is not happy. He’s focused, yes, and certainly hopeful, but he isn’t happy, and hasn’t been for some time. Ever since Chelsea’s stunning defeat to Sunderland on April 19, Jose has been unhappy. Mourinho’s reaction to the 2-1 defeat was accurately described as a “sulk-fest” by, and little has happened since then… Read More ›

Transfer Latest: Chelsea prepare bid for Adrien Rabiot

The Guardian report that Chelsea have been alerted by Adrien Rabiot’s contract situation, and appear to be interested in the French Youth International. According to the newspaper the PSG midfielder is demanding a contract of £60,000 a week, a staggering 1,200% rise from his current £5,000 a week contract. Following the arrival of Yohan Cabaye… Read More ›

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