Monthly Archive:: September 2011

Chelsea Ponder Move For Real Madrid Midfielder

Despite adding Raul Meireles and Juan Mata to the midfield in the recent transfer window Chelsea are always looking to strengthen their squad. Their latest target is rumoured to be Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira. Khedira would be seen as a replacement for the injured Michael Essien who remains on the sidelines and could now

Fernando Torres Thanks Chelsea Fans For Their Patience

When Fernando Torres first signed for Chelsea no-one could of predicted the difficult times that lay ahead. But finally after two goals in his last two appearances the striker is beginning to show signs of the form that brought him to Stamford Bridge in the first place, and Torres has thanked the fans for standing

Chelsea Look At Brighton Youngster To Bolster Defensive Options

Chelsea are always on the look out for fresh young talent, but when that talent is English it becomes even more important. Their latest target is believed to be central defender Lewis Dunk of Brighton & Hove Albion. Dunk, 19, has established himself in the first team at the Amex this season due to injuries

Lampard Unhappy At Being Left On The Bench

Frank Lampard has been at Chelsea since 2001 and has probably been one of the first names on the team sheet in that time, but now it appears, for now at least, he will have to make do with a place on the bench. Or will he? According to some reports Lampard left the bench

Fernando Torres Goes From Hero To Zero

Fernando Torres scored for the second game running yesterday, but then got himself sent off for a rash challenge on Swansea’s Mark Gower. Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas had no complaints over the decision, but he did not lay into Torres despite the fact that the Spanish striker will now miss three important league games. Speaking

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Andre Villas-Boas Hits Back At Hansen Criticism

Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas has been getting a bit of stick for his teams performance at Old Trafford last Sunday, with Alan Hansen calling him “naive.” AVB has now hit back at Hansen claiming there was no naivety in his team last weekend. AVB is not happy with Hansen, who made his comments on Match

Didier Drogba Speaks On His Nightmare Injury

Last month Chelsea striker Didier Drogba suffered a horrible collision with Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy, but thankfully he is fit and well and is raring to go. Drogba collided with Ruddy at Stamford Bridge and was left unconscious and motionless on the pitch for nearly 10 minutes. He has been speaking to the Sun newspaper

Luka Modric To Chelsea Still Likely To Happen Says Ossie Ardiles

The long drawn out transfer saga of Luka Modric to Chelsea will just not go away despite the transfer window now being closed, and according to Spurs legend Ossie Ardiles Spurs can do nothing to stop the move happening in the future. It is well known that Chelsea made numerous attempts to sign Modric during

Chelsea Keeper Petr Cech Is OK After Latest Injury Scare

We all remember the horrific injury that Petr Cech suffered in 2006, and for a brief second last night we all feared the worst again after he collided with Orland Sa of Fulham. Cech was taken to hospital for a precautionary scan after being replaced at half-time by Ross Turnbull, but after the game Chelsea