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Tag Archives: Luiz Felipe Scolari

Who Will Cash-Strapped Chelsea Sell This Summer?

Posted on by tyduffy

Chelsea announced a £65.7m loss for last year, a staggering sum, particularly as it marks an improvement over the loose-pursed past.  Though the tangible sum is less, the impact will be felt more, after Roman Abramovich as billionaire Roman Abramovich … Continue reading

Cahill Does It Again, FA Cup Draw Thoughts, And Other Premier League News

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Is there anything Tim Cahill can’t do? Tim Cahill’s week defines the word jet lag. From Liverpool to Japan for a World Cup Qualifier. His performance for Australia wasn’t exactly great, then again neither was Australia’s. Cahill had to be … Continue reading

Premier League Clubs Can’t Afford to Be Patient With Managers

Posted on by tyduffy

The firings of Tony Adams by Portsmouth and Big Phil Scolari by Chelsea brought the total number of clubs that have changed managers this season to seven, and the number of managerial changes to eight.  That turnover rate seems quite … Continue reading

Chelsea Sack Scolari — Bring on Zola !

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

A strange turn of events at Chelsea where Luiz Felipe Scolari has been sacked and Avram Grant, the man Scolari replaced, has emerged as one of the candidates on Chelsea’s shortlist to replace the former World Cup-winning manager. Whether Grant … Continue reading

Why Abramovich May Really Have Sacked Scolari

Posted on by Christopher Harris

I can sum up in two words why Roman Abramovich may have sacked Luiz Felipe Scolari: Aston Villa. Seeing Aston Villa in third place, two points ahead of Chelsea, must have been eating Abramovich up. Here’s this Russian oil tycoon … Continue reading

Chelsea Sack Scolari

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Luiz Felipe Scolari has been sacked by Chelsea. The last straw for Chelsea FC was the club’s uninspiring 0-0 draw at home against Hull City. The draw pushed Chelsea further behind in the league title race after Liverpool and Manchester … Continue reading

Chelsea In Trouble

Posted on by Christopher Walker

   Late Liverpool Halt Chelsea’s Faltering Challenge It’s a cold Sunday afternoon and I’ve parked my backside on the sofa to watch Liverpool vs Chelsea, a clash of the title contenders. Man United’s ominous form coupled with their rivals inability to keep pace … Continue reading

Chelsea Need To Exorcise Mourinho’s Demons

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In life, attitude is everything. You can be one of the most gifted artists in the world, but unless you’re willing to work hard and have the right attitude, your chance of success is slim. The same applies to football. … Continue reading

No Excuse For Frozen Pitches While Rafa Fails With Words

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

How would you like to have been a Manchester City or Blackburn Rovers fan heading from the north of England to the south, only to do a turnabout and head home after finding out your upcoming fixture was canceled? I … Continue reading

Carlos Tevez and West Ham United Seem Linked Forever, Ronaldo Car Crash and More

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

If there is one story that I want to just be over and never have to hear about again, the Carlos Tevez saga with West Ham United and Sheffield United would be that story. When I first read that the … Continue reading

Scolari Is God, Benitez Is The Devil

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s so rare these days that a football manager says anything new or remotely intelligent other than the rehearsed lines he memorizes from media training. Other than Joe Kinnear, of course. But Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari said so many … Continue reading

Phil Scolari Set to Sign…Everyone

Posted on by tyduffy

Portugal manager Luiz Felipe Scolari stirred the footballing pot when Chelsea announced an agreement with him to become their next manager, at the termination of his Portugal contract after Euro 2008. Throwing even more chum into the water, are the … Continue reading