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Anything and everything related to Roman Abramovich’s Chelsea Football Club. Read the latest news from Stamford Bridge including Chelsea transfer rumours and other stories.

Cech Out! Mourinho can’t stop Peter Cech’s move to Arsenal

Jose Mourinho has admitted he is powerless to stop Peter Cech joining Arsenal. Previously, the Chelsea boss had reiterated his desire to keep Peter Cech at Stamford Bridge. With the arrival of Thibaut Courtois from Altlitico Madrid in last summer, Cech has been limited to the bench. In search of first time football he is ready to move on and …

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5 players Liverpool should look at signing this summer

This season has been a difficult one for Liverpool, however it would only take a few more players in certain areas to get them Champions League football that they want, rather than the total overhaul that a few fans are talking about, and I will look at some potential signings that would allow Liverpool to break back into the top …

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The kids who lost their wonder

  Harry Kane is on fire right now. With 18 goals so far this season, a record which includes seven goals in the last seven Premier League games, the imposing Tottenham striker has taken a monumental leap in a short period of time, transitioning from a player on the fringes to one of the country’s deadliest forwards. For sheer hard …

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Lampards’s Life After Chelsea

On the 3rd of June 2014, Chelsea football club announced that its all-time leading scorer Frank Lampard would be leaving the club. It bought to an end a glittering career at Stamford Bridge and many thought that they would not see Lampard playing in the Premier League again, how we were wrong! Making his debut for West Ham in January …

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World Cup Preview: Group F

Only 1 MORE DAY football fans until the 2014 World Cup kicks off in Brazil, and in last day prep for the big tournament, footyblog presents you with our final 3 group previews, starting with Group F and Argentina, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Iran, and Nigeria. Group Overview Group F features a medley of interesting stories coming together from each of the 4 nations …

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World Cup Preview: Group D

The group previews are coming thick and fast now as the countdown to Brazil vs. Croatia rolls on, and with it, comes footyblog’s preview of Group D: Comprised of Costa Rica, everyone’s favorite underachievers England, Italy, and the mighty Uruguay. Group Overview Group D, in similar fashion to Group B, provides a dividing line between the world’s elite sides and those …

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Next goal wins football film

Next Goal Wins Video

Next Goal Wins is the story of international football team American Samoa, known as the worst team in the world, and their struggle to try and qualify for the 2014 FIFA world cup. The British documentary is directed by Mike Brett and Steve Jamison and starts out with the sides humiliating 31-0 loss against Australia, the worst recorded loss in …

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10 Crazy Van Gaal facts

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Louis Van Gaal

So it seems that Louis Van Gaal could be set to take the reigns at Old Trafford, taking over from legendary Player/Manager Ryan Giggs at the end of the current season. It’s been a strange old time for fans of the club, with seemingly hundreds of records being broken (in a bad way) in a single season without Sir Alex …

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Newcastle scout Graham Carr

How To Become A Football Scout

Ask any football fan what their dream job would be, and, ignoring the obvious reply of a professional footballer, one of the other likely answers is of course to be a football scout. Its likely to be among other possibilities, such as a manager, coach and suchlike, but I think any fan would love the opportunity to be a professional …

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Scout Report: Portugal

Background The Portuguese first division, the Primeira Liga, has been in establishment since 1934, and is currently in its 80th season. Before 1938, the Portuguese league was not considered the most important competition for club sides; it was in fact the Portuguese knock out cup that was more important, with the winner being crowned Portuguese Champions. The Portuguese top division …

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