Ever since I pulled out my Gianfranco Zola toy from my pack of Frosties in 1996, I knew I wanted to support Chelsea
Since Villas-Boas’ appointment, I have read several articles and tweets advising Chelsea to give Villas-Boas time to prove his worth. I found that a bit strange because our club has given most managers at least one season to prove their worth.
London plays host to a number of teams, and in the Premier league, London is home to some of English football’s biggest teams, however the two main dominating force’s are arguably Chelsea FC and their North London rivals, Arsenal FC
As always there are lots of rumours, but which ones will come true?!?!?!
With a new summer, comes new speculation, and a host of new, and some familiar names, being linked with Mr. Abramovich’s hefty purse of gold.
It is rumoured that AC Milan are chasing FIVE Chelsea players including Didier Drogba and Michael Essien.
Now that Chelsea have confirmed that Andre Villas-Boas has been named manager, what can be expected from the young Portuguese coach who never even played professional football.
After lots of speculation Andre Villas-Boas has been confirmed as the new Chelsea manager, this follows his resignation from Porto last night.
In July 2004, Chelsea splashed £24m on an almost unknown Didier Drogba who was at the time, a late bloomer in terms of football development, and some said that it was a risk. Yes he was performing well in Ligue 1 for Olympique de Marseille, scoring 19 goals in his first season, but some thought his price tag to be too high.
Chelsea are reportedly set to sign Andre Villas-Boas in the next couple of days as the new Blues manager, but what do we know about him?
With the departure of Deco and Joe Cole, Chelsea lost its midfield creativity. Our game became predictable; it became easy for smaller teams like Birmingham, Sunderland and Wolves to get a result against us.
Since the minute the season ended fans everywhere eagerly awaited for the start of the new season, whilst that is still two months away we now know whose playing who.
When Chelsea are mentioned at the moment its Neymar this, Luka Modric that; but before players can come in, some needs to move on through the exit door. With Alex and Didier Drogba being mentioned to leave, who else should Chelsea get rid of?
I think it is a shame that we are yet to see a story linking us with Mario Götze – an attacking 19-year-old midfielder who plays for Dortmund in Germany.
It is thought that Tottenham rejected a £22m bid by the Blues for Croatian star Luka Modric.