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Tag Archives: Carlo Ancelotti

The Undervalued Importance of Assistant Managers

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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It’s safe to say that if an average soccer fan were shown a picture of José Mourinho and asked which club he managed, he would know the answer straight away. Same would be said for Carlo Ancelotti, Pep Guardiola, or … Continue reading

Is Carlo Ancelotti’s Job In Danger?

Posted on by James Beckett

The increasing pressure on Carlo Ancelotti has reached new heights after Chelsea dropped two more points against a stubborn Everton side. It was the fourth Premier League game without a win for the reigning champions, and just their fifth point … Continue reading

Chelsea Face A Crucial Month

Posted on by Paul Bestall

October ended with Chelsea looking imperious and pulling away from the chasing pack at the top of the Premiership. The side seemed to playing with such verve and spirit that I simply couldn’t see where any worthy challenge could come … Continue reading

A Lack Of Harmony At The Bridge?

Posted on by James Beckett

There has been yet more off-field drama at Stamford Bridge with the announcement that Chelsea’s director of football Frank Arnesen will leave the club at the end of the season. That makes it two big name departures from the Chelsea … Continue reading

Sunderland Humiliation Reveals Chelsea’s Desperate Need To Spend

Posted on by James Beckett

Sunderland’s shock win at Stamford Bridge has sent shockwaves rippling through English football. How could a side that are a usually so brutally clinical be out-played and out-classed in their own backyard? In many ways it would be unfair to … Continue reading

No Italians in Ballon D’Or 2010 Nominees

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

Fifa released its list of the 23 nominees for the Ballon D’Or of 2010. Along with the 23 players, there are also 10 managers/coaches competing for the World Coaches of the Year award. The winners of both will be announced … Continue reading

Are Chelsea Certainties For The Premier League?

Posted on by James Beckett

Nine games in to the 2010/11 Premier League season and Chelsea have opened up a five point lead at the top of the Premier League. Gameweek nine always promised to be a prosperous one for Chelsea with title rivals Manchester … Continue reading

English Premier League Super Sunday Preview: Chelsea v Arsenal

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Another weekend in the Premier League brings another mouth watering clash as London big boys Arsenal and Chelsea meet at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. A Chelsea win would see the Champions go seven points clear of Arsenal in the first week of … Continue reading

Florent Malouda, A Chelsea Success Story

Posted on by James Beckett

Chelsea may have dropped their first points of the Premier League season at the weekend, but the result will have taken little away from a supremely impressive start to their defence of the Premier League. One man who has been … Continue reading

Does Carlo Ancelotti Need To Win The Champions League for Chelsea?

Posted on by James Beckett

Despite their excellent start to their campaign the pressure is on Chelsea ahead of their Champions League opener tonight. Carlo Ancelotti’s men travel to MSK Zilina and the general consensus amongst the footballing world is that they need to succeed … Continue reading

Will Chelsea Continue Their Dominant Start?

Posted on by James Beckett

Although Chelsea will take on a West Ham side that are rock-bottom of the Premier League on Saturday, the trip to Upton Park represents Ancelotti’s toughest task so far this season, and Chelsea will have to up their game to … Continue reading

Ancelotti After Long Period In England

Posted on by James Beckett

Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti has today claimed that he wants to emulate the success of Sir Alex Ferguson and have a prolonged stay in the English game. The Chelsea boss has also suggested he may even wish to manage England … Continue reading

Ashley Cole: Chelsea's Difference-Maker

Posted on by Patrick Dresslar

Love him or hate him, Ashley Cole is the best at his position in England, and arguably the world. While this has been the case for many years (although I’m sure the Evra family might object), under Carlo Ancelotti Cole … Continue reading

How Will The Premiership's French Continigent Recover?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

The World Cup in 2010 will go down in history for a few things. Vuvuzela’s, The first World Cup in Africa, England’s abysmal showing, Germany’s bright future, Netherlands awful tactics and the Spanish proving they are the best side in … Continue reading

Champions Once Again, Chelsea FC Can Finally Move Beyond Mourinho

Posted on by Patrick Dresslar

Grant. Scolari. Hiddink. Since the acrimonious departure of Chelsea’s revered and beloved Jose Mourinho, who gave the club its first taste of sustained glory, a revolving door of big-name managers have cast a dark cloud over Stamford Bridge. This is … Continue reading

Chelsea Wins the 2009-10 Premier League Title: In Pictures

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The above photographs feature Chelsea celebrating their third league title in six years. The Blues won in triumphant style and now look forward to this Saturday’s FA Cup Final against Portsmouth where they have the opportunity to win the double. … Continue reading

Chelsea Thrash Stoke for Seven, Stake Claim as England's Best

Posted on by Patrick Dresslar

  Well, so much for Chelsea buckling under the pressure Manchester United created with their 3-1 victory of surging Tottenham yesterday The Blues are made up of wily veterans, so Sir Alex Ferguson’s futile attempts at mind games unsurprisingly fell … Continue reading

No Coincidence: Frank Lampard’s Return to Form Coincides With Chelsea’s

Posted on by Patrick Dresslar
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As Frank Lampard goes, Chelsea goes; an adage that has served the west Londoners well over the past decade, as Lampard’s form rarely takes prolonged dips. But for the month of February and first half of March, the engine that … Continue reading