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Tag Archives: Carlo Ancelotti

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

Ancelotti Outclassed By Mourinho In Battle Of Stamford Bridge

Posted on by John Nicholson

Proponents of the notion that the Premier League is the best in the world – an oft repeated mantra – might want to shut up for once and take a look at the Champions League this year. For the past … Continue reading

Does Chelsea have a Frank Lampard problem?

Posted on by Sebastian Shepard

After 10 games, one might think that Frank Lampard, the engine and inspiration behind most of Chelsea’s offensive production over the past 5 seasons, has run into a torrid patch of form.  This is mostly due to his low goal … Continue reading

Ancelotti’s Honesty Is So Refreshing

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well, I had to check a couple of times that I’d read the paper right on Sunday morning such was the surprise that I viewed Carlo Ancelotti’s comments about Chelsea’s shock defeat at the D.W Stadium. Perhaps it was  the … Continue reading

Diamonds Are Back In Fashion At Stamford Bridge

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Carlo Ancelotti has certainly stamped his mark on Chelsea early in the season so far. A Community Shield victory, coupled with 3 Premiership wins on the bounce has seen Chelsea rise to the top end of the table. So far, … Continue reading

Is John Terry Really Going To Join Manchester City?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

The rumours first started in January that Manchester City were interested in landing John Terry, but nothing seemed too concrete and I, perhaps along with a lot of people, just dismissed it as paper talk.  Why on earth would Terry … Continue reading

Chelsea Confirm Ancelotti As New Blues Boss

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well, the most unsurprising managerial appointment of the summer has thankfully been completed this morning, with Carlo Ancelotti taking over as the new manager of Chelsea on July 1st. It was no real surprise at all really and a couple … Continue reading

Frank Lampard…Meet Carlo Ancelloti?

Posted on by Christopher Walker

Before todays mixed signals coming from the Giussepi Mezza, we were 90% sure that Carlo Ancelotti was coming to Chelsea. However, there is still a strong possibility of this and we expect to find out this week.  Rossoneri vice-president Adriano Galliani confirmed … Continue reading

Is Carlo Ancelotti Leading Chelsea Or A.C. Milan A Merry Dance?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

When Guus Hiddink stepped into the breach after a heartfelt plea from Roman Abrahamovich, the only definite thing we knew was that Hiddink would only be there until the end of the season. Hiddink has stuck to his line of … Continue reading

AC Milan’s Prodigal Son Returns

Posted on by Kevin Walker

Serie A Talk readers have probably noticed the headline change but I’ve changed more than that. After some deliberation I trashed the first post on ‘Shevchenko’s Triumphant Return’ as Andriy hasn’t been triumphant since leaving Milan and it looked likely he … Continue reading