Ancelotti Says No To New Signings

Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti ruled out bringing in any new players in the January transfer window. The Italian manager insisted he did not wish to bring in any reinforcements unless injuries forced him to do so. Unlike other managers, Ancelotti is satisfied with his current squad and does not think he will have to ask Blues owner Roman Abramovich to provide funds for the upcoming transfer window. The Italian coach…

November 4, 2010
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Wayne Rooney’s Next Possible Destinations along with Success/Failure Chances

With Rooney tunes capturing the attention of most readers, media is all over the subject, trying to be the first to comment on any proceedings. Since the shocking revelation by Sir Alex Ferguson, a lot has been said about the possible destinations for the scourer.  Bettor.com also has compiled the most likely of destinations along with the reasons and also whether the move would be a success or failure? Chelsea:…

October 21, 2010
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Arsene Wenger believes his team Arsenal is being over criticised

Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal manager has said that he has been receiving so much criticism from all corners that he has now learned to accept everything that comes his way. Over the last few seasons, Arsenal has been accused of many shortcomings and the latest one that has been sent their way is that Arsenal has a soft belly. Wenger as usual has been trying his best to defend his…

October 20, 2010
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Chelsea sign 11-year-old Gyasi from Northampton

Chelsea have taken a page from Arsene Wenger’s book and maybe even gone a step further by signing 11-year-old Michael Gyasi. Gyasi is a German-born striker who was at Northampton Town’s centre of excellence for a little over two years before he was noticed by Chelsea scouts and shortly after that snapped up by the Blues. Gyasi was first noticed by the Blues when he travelled with the Northampton Under-10…

October 18, 2010
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Pros and cons of the UEFA’s Financial Fair Play Regulations

Michel Platini, the UEFA President, has introduced his Financial Fair Play Regulations for European competitions. The purpose of these regulations is to provide a fair ground to all the teams entering into European competitions.In recent times, some big teams in bigger European leagues have grown far beyond the reach of smaller teams. Due to this, many teams who otherwise held great record in Europe have unable to even move past…

October 9, 2010
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Mourinho says the English Premier League misses him

Real Madrid’s coach, Jose Mourinho has come out with another outrageous statement suggesting that English football has lost its charm because of his absence. Mourinho is widely regarded as the World’s best manager at the moment alongside the likes of Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United, Arsene Wenger at Arsenal and Carlo Ancelloti at Chelsea. In the past six to seven years, Jose has achieved much more than his peers…

October 8, 2010
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