Monthly Archive:: April 2012

Marko Marin chooses Chelsea over Tottenham

The Blues managed to mark the beginning of their transfer season with an impressive signing as they have announced the signing of German international Marko Marin. A Chelsea statement read: “The Club have today agreed to sign Marko Marin from Werder Bremen. “Both clubs have agreed a fee and the 23-year-old midfielder has agreed personal

Barcelona ridiculously short priced to beat Chelsea! Think again!

It seems that the home leg win against Catalan side Barcelona didn’t bring Chelsea too much empathy from the bookies which still seem to think that the Blues will be crushed by the Spaniards on aggregate. Drogba managed to put the ball in the back of the net net in a very difficult home leg

Redknapp is supporting Chelsea to win Champions League

The Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp knows full well that if Chelsea win the Champions League then the fourth-placed team in the Premiership will end up in the Europa League, but he still wants the English side to beat the Spaniards. If you wanted to have a bet on the Champions League Final then Chelsea are

Shakhtar confirm that Chelsea is back in for Willian

The long time Chelsea target, Willian, is back in the running to come to Stamford Bridge as Shakhtar Donetsk’s manager Mircea Lucescu has declared that the Brazilian midfielder can make the move, but only if Chelsea pay their valuation. The Ukranian giants are not desperate for money and are adamant that Willian will only leave

Guardiola – Chelsea are stronger than us and should be congratulated!

The Barcelona managed Pep Guardiola saw his team have the lions share of possession (and 20 shots on goal!) but still lose to a very well organized Chelsea team. Pep Guardiola refused to agree that Barcelona deserved to win the game just because of their statistics. On the spread betting market (check out Trade Forex

Di Matteo – Fernando Torres should be in Spain squad for Euro2012 but may not play tonight!

The Spanish striker Fernando Torres has been perceived as a 50million flop since his arrival at Chelsea, but his (latest) manager at Stamford Bridge, Roberto Di Matteo, believes that the ex-Liverpool hitman has been playing more than well enough to picked by the World champions, Spain, who are hot favourites in the Euro 2012 betting

Di Matteo – Barcelona don't like playing Chelsea!

Most football pundits think that the Chelsea players may as well stay in the club rest room keeping an eye on their poker blind clock rather than bother to turn up and get destroyed by Barcelona, but after nine wins in 12 games since Roberto Di Matteo took over, the Blues have regained the belief

Where are all the Tottenham blogs this morning? Hiding by any chance….

We all know the refrain “Its all gone quiet over there”, but this morning there is an eerie silence coming from Tottenham fans everywhere! So I decided to have a quick search on the net to see if I could see any reaction from Tottenham bloggers to their very enjoyable game at Wembley yesterday, but

Messi – Chelsea are without pressure and must be respected

The Barcelona genius Lionel Messi, who it must be mentioned has played against Chelsea eight times and failed to score in any of them, is aware that nothing can be taken for granted in a Champions League semi-final. Messi said: “There are no easy games when you reach the knockout stage. Our opponents are there

Di Matteo – Barcelona have weaknesses, and Chelsea have the tools!

There have enough posts about the unfairness of Chelsea having to play Tottenham tonight, just three days before the all-important Champions League semi-final against Barcelona, but Roberto Di Matteo is certain that the European Champions have some weaknesses that Chelsea can take advantage of if only they had more time to prepare. “We only found