Monthly Archive:: October 2010
Newcastle United may have put Chelsea out in the last round, but their luck ran out last night when they faced an Arsenal side that have a newfound desire to win the Carling Cup. Arsenal’s first gal (or two) may have been fortunate, but Walcott and Bendtner made sure there were no complaints when they
The Chelsea defender Jose Bosingwa played just his second game in over a year in Chelsea’s victory over Wolves at the weekend, and he admitted that he was still a little worried that his knee would still cause him problems during the game, despite feeling okay after his first appearance against Villa the week before.
The Chelsea captain John Terry believes that the Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is wrong to complain about physical football, as it is part and parcel of the game. He thinks that top teams like Chelsea and Arsenal simply have to be prepared to give as good as they get when they visit some of the
Stoke City haven’t beaten Manchester United for 26 years, but they must have had high hopes of changing that record yesterday with the Wayne Rooney saga seemingly affecting Alex Ferguson’s team. But Man United returned to their usual tactic of scoring the winner in the dying minutes of the game, and the new young Mexican
Liverpool finally came up with a good performance after a terrible run of results which has seen them drop into the relegation zone. This win still leaves them third from bottom but there performance, and Torres finally finding his scoring boots, wll give the Reds a confidence-booster as they attempt to move back up the
In a great result for Chelsea yesterday, Arsenal destroyed Manchester City at the Eastlands to move into second place on goal difference, leaving Chelsea a pleasant five points in front of all three of their main rivals. Arsene Wenger was pleased with the “intelligence” of his young side in keeping their heads to claim the
Chelsea moved five points clear in the Premiership again ahead of todays game between Man City and Arsenal, and broke a record at the same time! They have played eight games in a row without conceding at Stamford Bridge and are looking good to win the title again. Carlo Ancelotti admitted that it wasn’t a
The Chelsea captain John Terry can never forget the moment in Moscow when he slipped whilst taking the final penalty that could have brought the Champions League trophy to Stamford Bridge, and he is determined to make up for that slip by winning it as soon as possible. Chelsea have already top of the group
John Terry was extremely impressed with the amount of Chelsea supporters that made the long trek to Moscow to cheer the team on against Spartak on Tuesday. “The fans have come a long way to watch us and it is obviously very expensive. “A lot of them are going to be taking days off work
The Arsenal midfielder Thomas Rosicky is still bleating about how Arsenal were “unlucky” in the 2-0 loss at Stamford Bridge a few weeks ago, after missing a few chances during the game. He doesn’t mention that Chelsea also missed a couple of easy chances too which could have made it an even more embarrassing result!