Friday, April 22, 2016

Chelsea injury update: Will Hazard be able to deliver?

Chelsea will be tackling AFC Bournemouth at the Dean Court this weekend, in their second encounter, after the season's most humiliating result, a 1-0 blunder to the Cherries in December, Mourinho's last home class match before his sacking. The man in control now, Guus Hiddink, will have a completely fit squad with which to correct retribution on Saturday.

Eden Hazard is set to return from recovery  after injury kept him out since early March. He's not exactly prepared for a hour and a half, clearly, but would be great to see him play again to boost player and supporter morale.

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Willian may miss pre-season campaign

The talented Chelsea midfielder Willian could miss  the club's pre-season arrangements and at any rate the initial three games of the 2016/17 season.

The Brazilian announced his intentions of participating in this summer's Copa America competition and as an over age player in the under-23 side at the Olympic football competition at Rio 2016.

That is obviously noteworthy blow for the new Blues manager Antonio Conte, who was hopingto begin his campaign with our best player to date.

Willian does not want to drop out with his club, but rather has shown that he trusts  Chelsea and the Brazilian FA would reach a consensus.

He told ESPN Brasil: “Everyone knows my desire to play in both championships.
“Of course we do not want to fight and put Chelsea in a difficult situation.
“And I do not want to fight with the Brazil Football Federation.
“I hope they and Chelsea enter into an agreement.”

The centennial spectacle of the Copa America is being played in the USA and Brazil's crusade begins against Ecuador on Tuesday, June 7.

Willian's participation will end on June 27.

The Olympic squad begins their campaign against South Africa on August 4, but will be subjected to a training camp naturally.

The final happens on August 20, seven days after the beginning of the new Premier League season which will certainly ensure further computations from the new coach.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Could Lukaku return to the Bridge?

Romelu Lukaku trusts he has "unfinished business" at Chelsea .

His perspective puts the removed Premier League champions in post position to arrive the Everton striker, who has as of now secretly conceded he needs to join "a top club" this late spring.
Abramovich will bankroll new manager Antonio Conte 's offer to restore them to the summit of English football — and convey an arrival to the Champions League — next season.

Chelsea need 22-year-old Lukaku back and are discreetly certain of landing him — despite the fact that Everton are prone to request more than twofold the £28million they paid them for him in July 2014.

Manchester United and German pair Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich are additionally inspired by the marksman, who has scored 25 objectives this season — including three that have helped Everton into this present weekend's FA Cup semi-last against Man United.

Lukaku, who initially joined Chelsea from Anderlecht in his Belgian country for £18m in 2011 however just ever played one Premier League match for them in three years, never needed to leave Chelsea and still trusts he could benefit  the club.

He shook Everton a month ago when he conceded: "For me, things are going great at Everton at this moment. I can get to be top scorer of the Premier League. Be that as it may, yes, I could be leaving the club in the late spring."

He had netted a further 55 times for the Merseyside club in 88 appearances. The Toffees have, however, underachieved in the Premier League this season and stand eleventh with five games to go — leaving manager Roberto Martinez under pressure.

In spite of the fact that Lukaku at the time affirmed claims from his dad, Roger , a month ago that United and Bayern are interested in him, he is additionally very much aware of Chelsea's alluring alternative.

Stamford Bridge had not been quick to permit the player to leave as the Belgium star had attempted to drive his way into then-chief Jose Mourinho's arrangements.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Did Jose Mourinho trust Chelsea players too much?

Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas stated Jose Mourinho failed at Stamford Bridge this season because he put "too much trust" in his squad.

Mourinho, 53, was sacked in December, with the club one point above the relegation zone, seven months after he led them to the Premier League title.

Fabregas, 28, says the players "let him down" after being given extra holiday as reward for winning the league.

"I have huge respect for him," the Spain international told Sky Sports.

"The biggest problem was he trusted us too much, gave us more holiday because we were champions and we let him down. That was the main reason he had to go - and for that, myself and the team feel bad."

Quite possible but why this this never happen during the first season though.

Chelsea prepared to offer Antoine Griezmann substantial contract to seal deal!

Chelsea still hold out any expectation of fixing the exchange of Atletico Madrid assailant Antoine Griezmann, reports say.

The France worldwide has scored a noteworthy 29 objectives for Diego Simeone's men this season, with the London club edgy to land him as they hope to spruce up their striking choices.

Also, Abramovich's delegates will offer a lucrative contract to guarantee the arrangement completes, as indicated by The Mirror.

In spite of not being in the Champions League next season, Chelsea are sticking to conviction that a heavy wage will convince the 25-year-old to move to Stamford Bridge.

Whether the Frenchman would trade the Spanish capital for an absence of Champions League football remains to be seen.

He has developed into one of Europe's top strikers and an effective Euro 2016 could see the larger brands endeavoring to prise him away.