Seems like it’s been an age since the last Premier League match but they’re back following the FA Cup fixtures.
When you think of Italian football, teams like AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus spring to mind. However, over the past few seasons, Napoli have joined the names of the “bigguns.”
On Saturday I had the delightful choice between shopping or spending most my day staring at my laptop screen watching my beloved Chelsea face Everton. As much as the shopping sounded tempting – just as much as watching next door’s painted fence dry – I chose the footy.
With Valentine’s Day coming up, will there be any love loss between teams this weekend?
Chelsea take the long trip to Wales as the Liberty Stadium plays host to one of the handful of Premier League fixtures on Tuesday evening.
Chelsea star Ramires will be out of action for around four weeks after suffering a knee injury in the FA Cup victory over rivals Queens Park Rangers on Saturday.
Since the arrival of Roman Abramovich, Chelsea have been known to splash a few pennies on exotic players here and there. However, are these transfers really necessary or are they cunning, eagle-eyed work from the Blues’ scouting department? Here are the transfers in my opinion.
This weekend was all about tremendous goals and big rivalries taking centre stage.
With a new year comes new challenges, new faces and more fixtures, so lets get cracking.
I went to ‘hit the sales’ at Sports Direct in midweek – classy, I know – and at the entrance of the store was a variety of calendars; and low and behold, there, at the front, was a Fernando Torres one (fully clothed and in a Chelsea/Spanish kit I must add). With the reduced price of £1 I thought that was a decent snap-up, until the sight of some shiny boots took my eye and I wondered off.