Posts Tagged ‘chelsea’
August 22, 2013 by joevaded
Mourinho’s Best Season: 2011-2012
Pos/Team W D L Pts #1 Real Madrid 32 4 2 100 #2 Barcelona 28 7 3 91 #3 Valencia 17 10 11 61 GF GA GD 121 32 +89
Most Goals Scored in a Game in that season: 7
Most Goals Conceded in a Game in that season: 3
Best Result: 6 November 2011 Real Madrid 7 – 1 Osasuna
Win Rate: 79.31%
Most Points Achieved in the Six Main European Leagues by Any Coach
August 17, 2013 by Sean Charles
Here is our list of the top ten summer signings for the coming Barclays Premier League season:
10) Gary Medel
Affectionately nicknamed the Pitbull from his time at Universidad Catolica, Medel will prove to be worth his weight in gold for Cardiff this season. A tenacious midfield battler who will aggressively protect the defence, he is equally at home at anywhere along the back-line if called upon. The example he sets on and off the pitch will be crucial for Cardiff City’s fight to survive their debut season in the Premier League.
Category Premier League, Transfer Special | Tags: Altidore, Bony, Capoue, Cardiff, chelsea, Jesus Navas, Jovetic, manchester city, Medel, Paulinho, Schurlle, Sean Charles, Soldado, Southampton, sunderland, Swansea, tottenham, Wanyama
August 8, 2013 by Sean Charles
May 3, 2013 by Sean Charles
December 25, 2012 by Nick Fletcher
Chelsea spent copiously during the summer transfer window with the likes of Hazard, Oscar and Moses adding to the Chelsea ranks. With such eye-catching signings coupled with the continued saga surrounding Torres, and the revelation that Mata has been since his arrival, one player signed last year in January has somewhat slipped beneath the radar.
December 19, 2012 by Gabriel Sutton
Previously, I wrote an article ‘The trouble with Arsenal’, which analyses whether or not Arsenal have become a selling club; the conclusion being an emphatic yes. Since their invincible season, the club have made a staggering £40 million net profit from transfers and have developed a habit of signing young talent, nurturing these players and then selling them on to slightly bigger clubs.
I’d like to expand on this further, because a week ago on Saturday, Arsenal lost 2-0 at home to Swansea which caused for some fans to call for Arsene Wenger’s departure. In my personal opinion, I think it’s ludicrous to want to sack Wenger and Arsenal fans would be making a big mistake if they began to push any ‘Wenger out’ campaigns forward.