The Real Didier Drogba Is Back

Tottenham Hotspur know what is coming. Visiting centre-halves will glance up with trepidation on Saturday evening as the man mountain restored as the pivot of Chelsea’s attack steels himself to deliver another bruising. The notion that Didier Drogba was a spent force, his energy critically sapped by malaria and his significance to this side undermined by the mid-season splurge on Fernando Torres, has long since been shattered. The Ivorian is…

April 30, 2011

Blues Boss Focusing On Upcoming Games

The Blues are adamant that the recent speculation surrounding the Italian’s future is “total nonsense”, but confirmed that Frank Arnesen would be leaving his position as sporting director at the end of the season. However, latest rumours have linked the club with Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola. The Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti says he has no idea if the club are planning to replace him, as he shrugs off talk over…

November 29, 2010

Frank Arnesen To Step Down At The End Of The Season

Frank Arnesen will step down as Chelsea’s sporting director at the end of this season, the club have confirmed. The Dane has spent five years at Stamford Bridge so far, overseeing the club’s youth development and other areas, but has announced his intention to leave when his contract expires in the summer in order to “seek a new challenge”. Arnesen, who joined Chelsea in 2005 after previously working at Tottenham,…

November 27, 2010