Monthly Archive:: November 2011

Villas-Boas' days at Chelsea might be over

Chelsea’s manager Andres Villas-Boas has to deal with yet another blow after Chelsea lost 2-0 against Liverpool in the Carling Cup quarter-final. Although many of the big teams in the Premier League say that this is not an important competition for them, Villas-Boas could have used a win given the late form Chelsea is in.

Chelsea is likely to lose its top striker in January.

Drogba is finally ready to hang the Chelsea jersey on a wall and move on with his career. The Ivorian striker is looking to get an offer which will bring him an excellent salary for the last years in his pro footballer career. The striker’s agent Thierno Seydi declared: ‘Milan came in for Didier, but

Chelsea targeting young Belgian hotshot

Chelsea’s manager Andres Villas-Boas has now set eyes on yet another transfer target for the January transfer season opening. 20-year-old attacking midfielder Kevin De Bruyne might be in for the biggest move of his life as he’s about to leave Racing Genk and join the English Premier League. At a very young age De Bruyne

Chelsea get some good news at last!

Good news come one after another. After Chelsea’s emphatic 3-0 home win against Wolves, long-term injury player Michael Essien looks set to return to action very soon. Essien, 28, suffered from an anterior cruciate ligament injury during Chelsea’s pre-season friendlies in July. Medical staff at Stamford Bridge once feared for his career for it was

Mata stars again as Chelsea get a confidence boost

It was an absolutely exhilarating match, with Andre Villas-Boas’ men snaring a crucial three morale-boosting points against struggling Wolves, who have won only one in their past ten games coming into the game. Juan Mata, arriving from Valencia for an undisclosed fee in the summer, dished out a dazzling performance yesterday, serving up two assists;

Is Villas-Boas to blame for Chelsea's bad run of form?

It is such a common sight: Whenever a team endures a poor run of results, it is funny how the fingers will be pointed at the manager first. Prople would always argue that, hey, it is because of a manager’s poor tactics that the team is unable to perform to their full potential. At Chelsea,

Agent confirms Chelsea watching prolific young striker

Chelsea are rumoured to be after Dutch sensation Ricky van Wolfswinkel of Sporting Lisbon. His agent has admitted that some clubs are currently trying to chase his signature. “I know that Manchester United and Chelsea are watching him, but that is not unusual because they are watching all the best young players in Europe,” the

AVB – The title is still in reach

Chelsea’s manager Andres Villas-Boas seems certain that The Blues still have a chance at winning the title despite the bad late form and that Roberto Mancini’s side Manchester City can still be stopped. City will be meeting Liverpool today in what is rumoured to be a very tough encounter “I think we can (win the

Should Chelsea pay £30m for Kaka?

Real Madrid are prepared to offload Brazilian playmaker Kaka at a cut-price, according to sources close to the club. The 29-year-old attacking midfielder, who was also once crowned World’s Best Player and European Player of the Year, was bought from AC Milan 2 years ago at a hefty price of £59 million. However, the talented

Villas-Boas fears he could be replaced by Hiddink

Chelsea’s manager Andres Villas-Boas is starting to fear about his job’s safety after the form Chelsea is going through right now. The Portuguese manager offered a press conference ahead of the Wolverhampton game speaking about the problems at the club. “We have spoken about results – and results in football are key to a manager’s