Chelsea’s clear-out continued till late on the transfer deadline day as they now have a staggering 38 players out-on-loan to various clubs.
Football clubs rarely pass away into total, terminal, permanent death. Many face the reading of their last rites. Many leave their fans worrying about the wisdom of branding themselves with a permanent “till I die” tattoo. But clubs generally manage to step back from the brink, albeit often in a new manifestation.
Football fans have been chanting at Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho, who famously once referred to himself as the “special one” for his managerial skills. The mockery is not without reason.
After his visit to Roman Abramovich’s Yatch, Lionel Messi’s father Jorge Horácio Messi spoke to Chelsea’s filthy rich Russian owner on phone.
Pioet de Visser, Chelsea’s chief scout has said that the West London giants will be having a very busy transfer window.
English football champions Chelsea on Saturday confirmed the appointment of Dutchman Guus Hiddink as their head coach until the end of the season, replacing Jose Mourinho. “The owner and the Board welcome back a coach with a wealth of top-level […]
Mourinho’s departure comes seven months after he led them to the Premier League title.
Arsenal complete the signing of Petr Cech, as fans bid adieu to the legend whose career spanned over a decade and a dozen trophies.
Cech, who holds the record for most Clean-sheet’s in EPL history, retweeted a tweet on Monday night, denying rumours of having finalising any deals.
He is Asia’s answer to Vidal Sassoon – a businessman who made his name and riches presiding over a hairdressing empire in Hong Kong.