Monthly Archive:: February 2012

Villas-Boas v Mourinho – Who do Chelsea fans prefer?

“AVB – Mourinho – AVB – Mourinho – AVB – Mourinho.” “SWEET MOTHER OF GOD, SOMEONE PLEASE END THIS.” Confusion confusion, that’s all what’s going on in my head since past months. Since the day Jose Mourinho said he was unhappy at Real Madrid and would ponder a move back to Stamford Bridge. I try

Did Villas-Boas pick Chelsea's best team against Bolton?

Chelsea vs Bolton – Was that the best Chelsea FC side of the season? by Tushar It came as a sigh of relief to all Chelsea fans. At last it feels great to taste a comfortable victory. And guess what the best part is? It was thoroughly deserved victory too. The team looked and played

Sturridge will be MUCH better as a centre forward (says his Dad)

The Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge has been deployed out on the wing while Andre Villas-Boas keeps faith with Fernando Torres and Didier Drogba in the centre-forward position, and his father thinks that the Blues will see a massive improvement if they play his son in his natural position. Sturridge is already well ahead of the

Lampard admits personal problems with Villas-Boas after Bolton win

The Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard was made captain for yesterday’s 3-0 victory over Bolton, but after the game he admitted that he and other players did not see eye-to-eye with Andre Villas-Boas’ tactics or team selection this season. Ashley Cole was reported to have slammed AVB in midweek when both he and Lampard were left

AVB confident of finishing his three-year contract at Chelsea

The new Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has presided over Chelsea’s worst start to the season for at least a decade, but he is certain that Roman Abramovich is willing for him to carry on his three year rebuilding program despite the Russian billionaire being famously impatient with losing managers. Abramovich has been at the Chelsea

Villas-Boas aiming for a "dishonourable" Fourth Place

The new Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas has admitted defeat in the title race completely after this weekends “worst performance” against Everton, and he knows that the best the club can hope for now is Fourth Place to qualify for the Champions League next season. But the Portugese coach is still hopeful that Chelsea can challenge

Lampard – It's just not good enough and we have to react

The Chelsea veteran midfielder Frank Lampard is disappointed with the team after losing 2-0 to Everton, and this weeks inquests will hopefully make the whole Chelsea squad decide to stand up and fight back. There has been much talk about Andre Villas-Boas getting the sack, but Lampard doesn’t think the blame can just lie on

Anelka slams Chelsea – "There are no friends in football"

The ex-Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka has slammed his treatment from Andre Villas-Boas and the Chelsea management after he told them that he would be leaving for Shanghai in January. He said: “Ever since I was punished they put me with the youngsters. “I’ve got all the kit and equipment that professionals have but they put