Tag Archives: Chelsea

5 young players who can make big money move this summer

Hector Bellerin

Moussa Dembele The French youngster enjoyed a splendid season in Scottish football as he scored 32 goals and provided nine assists in 48 games for Celtic to help them to a domestic treble of the Premiership, the Scottish Cup and the Scottish League Cup. No wonder than that he is a hot property this summer transfer window. Premier League champions ...

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5 Non-top scorers to win PFA Players’ Player of the Year award

N’Golo Kante (2016/17) Kante has enjoyed unprecedented success during the course of his short stint in the Premier League. He was instrumental in helping Leicester City win their first league title last season and has performed a similarly influential role at Chelsea as they are on course to win the league title and possibly also collect the FA Cup, having ...

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5 Potential Mega transfers of 2017 summer transfer window

Antoine Greizmann to Manchester United Zlatan Ibrahimovic moved for free from Paris Saint-Germain to Manchester United and has gone on to become one of their brightest lights this season, having scored 28 goals and provided ten assists in all competitions. However, the Swede has suffered ligament damage and already 35, he is unlikely to carry United’s burden much further. Griezmann ...

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Five Major Moments in Frank Lampard’s Career

“SUPER FRANKIE LAMPARD – LEGEND FOREVER C” (CC BY 2.0) by B3C22 One bit of news which will have got a few Chelsea fans misty-eyed recently was the confirmation that Stamford Bridge legend Frank Lampard had decided to hang up his boots at the age of 38. Here we take a look at some of the key moments that the Chelsea and England star ...

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Football’s Rising Stars – Kurt Zouma

Leading into the 2014/15 League Cup final against Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho had to make do without the presence of Nemanja Matic in midfield. The Serbia international had enjoyed a sensational season shielding the Blues defence as they eventually marched their way to the league title. And in his absence in the League Cup final was ...

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Five great players who became great managers

great players become great managers

Not many great players become great managers. There certainly isn’t a correlation between the two. Some of the greatest managers of all-time have never been top professional players. However, great players do get a head start through their experience of having been in the shoes of their players. Johan Cruyff Cruyff is regarded as one man who has had the ...

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Five biggest underdog triumphs in the Champions League

Chelsea 1-1 (4-3 on penalties) Bayern Munich (final, 2011/12) Heading in to the 2012 Champions League final, Bayern Munich were the overwhelming favourites. The Bavarian giants were playing at home and Chelsea had barely survived with enough first team regulars after a bruising semi-final win over Barcelona. But in the final the Blues kept doing what they did to eliminate ...

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Premier League 2016-2017: Top 5 managerial rivalries

Pep Guardiola – Jose Mourinho Two of the most acclaimed managers in modern football will renew their rivalry in the Premier League this season. The Manchester United boss will have an upper hand owing to his extensive working experience in English football, while Guardiola might take some time to settle in the fast-paced league. However, there can be no doubt ...

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Top 5 Premier League matches to look out for in August

Arsenal vs. Liverpool (14th August) The very first weekend of the 2015/16 Premier League season will feature a high voltage clash between two potential league title contenders. Arsene Wenger has so far followed his usual transfer policy and has made only one high profile signing in Granit Xhaka, while Jurgen Klopp has made full use of his first pre-season at ...

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