Monthly Archive:: March 2012

John Terry – It's the players fault that AVB got the sack

The Chelsea rumour mill was saying that it was the differences between Andre Villas-Boas and the veteran players that were the cause of his problems at Stamford Bridge, but after Frank Lampard stood up in his defence John Terry has also announced that it was not the managers fault. He thinks that if the players

Frank Lampard generously defends AVB

The Chelsea veteran Frank Lampard thinks that Andre Villas-Boas was just a bit too worried about building a new Chelsea team for the future, that he forgot to make sure that the club kept winning now in the present. But Lampard accepts that AVB was only following his instructions from Abramovich when he joined, but

Drogba still wants new Chelsea contract

Didier Drogba scored Chelsea’s first goal in the brilliant comeback win against Napoli on Tuesday, and despite being 34 years of age he showed that he has certainly lost none of his hunger or desire. After the game Drogba made it clear that he wanted to stay at Stamford Bridge beyong the end of the

Di Matteo happy with the passion from Chelsea veterans

Roberto Di Matteo has quickly turned things around at Chelsea since taking over from the sacked Andre Villas-Boas, and he recorded a third win in a row in the fantastic win over Napoli last night, which put Chelsea into the quarter-finals of the Champions League. Villas-Boas had tried to push out the veterans from the

Lampard – Onwards and Upwards!

Chelsea became only the fourth team in the Champions League ever to recover from a two-goal deficit in the first leg, and the Blues midfielder Frank Lampard is sure this augurs well for the new-found confidence since Andre Villas-Boas was sacked a couple of weeks ago. “It’s an absolutely huge win for us.” Lampard says.

Jose Mourinho – "I Love Chelsea"

Chelsea had a fantastic extra time win over Napoli last night, while at the same time Real Madrid were easily disposing of CSKA Moscow. This puts both teams into the quarter-finals and Jose Mourinho is looking forward to meeting up with the team he loves but he would prefer it to be in the Final!

Cavani worried about Chelsea comeback

The Napoli star Edinson Cavani saw Arsenal very nearly come back from a four-goal deficit against AC Milan last week, and is well aware that Chelsea could easily do the same thing tomorrow night at Stamford Bridge. Cavani said: “We saw in the Arsenal against Milan match that a team full of champions can change

Chelsea appoint Di Matteo to replace AVB

It was inevitable that Andre Villas-Boas would be dismissed after the Chelsea boss presided over yet another disastrous defeat at West Brom. Roman Abramovich called an emergency board meeting yesterday and they decided that they had no choice but to try and arrest the slide by letting AVB go and try and do some damage

Please don't bring Benitez to Chelsea!

The back pages of the papers this morning are reporting that Chelsea have contacted the ex-Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez to take over at Chelsea until the end of the season, when Abramovich will try and get Pep Guardiola to make the move from Barcelona. The Mail reports: Rafa Benitez is on the brink of being

Is Villas-Boas or the Chelsea players to blame? And what is the solution?

Chelsea’s problem revealed! The true story! by Tushar L.Kuzhi People can debate all life long whether Ancelotti could had done a better job at Chelsea, would Hiddink have been a better option than AVB, whether Chelsea would had lifted the Champions League if Jose Mourinho was still the manager. But the real deal is, the