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  1. Ryan Bertrand

    ya... hope Ryan Bertrand keep work hard he still young , hope he can wait
  2. Ryan Bertrand

    support Ryan!!!
  3. Gaël Kakuta

    A number of smaller pieces of news surrounding the Academy and Reserves have been going around the last few days, most not reaching the masses at large, so by way of an attempt, a short round-up of what’s been going on with a few players. Firstly, and most importantly, Gael Kakuta signed professional terms with Chelsea last week, having turned 17 in late June. It’s a small and fairly inevitable event given the outstanding season he had last year (players can only sign professional papers when they turn 17) but it’s another indication of the esteem in which he is held by everyone at Chelsea, and he should feature heavily in Reserve pre-season, which begins against Aldershot Town on Saturday at the Recreation Ground, with a 3pm kickoff. Meanwhile, Morten Nielsen, who turns 19 midway through the coming season, is on the lookout for a loan move in his third year at Chelsea, the time players tend to be considered for it. His father, former Danish international and current Chelsea scout Benny Nielsen, spoke to Tipsbladet in Denmark: “Morten would like to stay abroad and in English football, because he has tried playing at a high level with big crowds, where he actually got a lot better, but we don’t want to completely reject Denmark, because things can move quickly in this world.” Morten isn’t the only player to be rumoured to be heading out on loan. Scott Sinclair has been linked with another Championship team in Swansea City, who want him to replace Liverpool’s Paul Anderson, who will go on loan to fellow promoted team Nottingham Forest after spending a successful season at the Liberty Stadium last year. Meanwhile, after Jack Cork’s sensational season at Scunthorpe, the Iron are after another Chelsea midfielder as they attempt to bounce straight back from relegation to League One. Boss Nigel Adkins is reported to be interested in the services of Michael Woods, another player who will be on the lookout for the right loan. Local media suggest a deal will be done after Chelsea return from the Champions Youth Cup, but since the tournament is most likely off, a deal could be sorted sooner. Finally, teenage Italian striker Umberto Varriale has rejected the chance to join Chelsea and will stay at Napoli. The prolific youngster has been included in the Partenopei’s Intertoto Cup squad and doesn’t want to leave his family.
  4. Ryan Bertrand

    Tigers yet to bid for Bertrand Hull City boss Phil Brown has played down speculation that has suggested he is weighing up a bid for Chelsea's Ryan Bertrand. Bertrand: Impressed at Norwich The 18-year-old left-back has been linked with the Premier League new boys following impressive loan spells at Oldham and Norwich last season. A £2million offer has been mooted but while Brown admits he has had the player watched, he is quick to reiterate that no bid is pending. Brown concedes he must first weigh up whether the player would be able to make the step-up to Premier League level, having only previously accrued experience in League One and the Championship. "We've looked at Bertrand on a number of occasions, but we're in the decision making progress of asking 'Can he step up to the Premier League?' as opposed to the Championship last year," Brown told the Hull Daily Mail. "There's been no approach from us at this stage."
  5. Slobodan Rajkovic

    Chelsea rule out PSV return for Rajkovic tribalfootball.com - July 01, 2008 Chelsea have ruled out extending the loan of Slobodan Rajkovic at PSV Eindhoven. De Telegraaf says Chelsea management were unhappy with lack of action Rajkovic saw last season and instead will seek to 'park' the defender at another club for next term.
  6. Ryan Bertrand

    It's Sunday, traditionally the best day of the week for transfer rumour mongering and this week is no exception. This time it's a Premier League full back from Chelsea! Ashley... no... no, it's not... Good morning fellow City fans! Here at the Towers we're leisurely perusing the Sunday's over our eggs and bacon, but even we, nearly choked on our cornflakes at this latest transfer rumour: CITY IN FOR Chelsea STAR! Well, not exactly 'star' more 'starlet' would be appropriate. Or being brutally honest, 'that young kid who will never get to wear a Blues shirt in anger' is probably more accurate. Anyway, for a cool £2m we can buy left back Ryan Bertrand from Chelsea, ending the youngster's purgatory at Stamford Bridge and offering him a first team lifeline at Hull City in the Premier League. Or perhaps not. Bertand is just 18 years of age and enjoyed - if that's the right word - spells at Oldham Atheltic and Norwich City, with the latter reportedly keen to secure the teenager's signature this summer. As well as us, allegedly.
  7. Slobodan Rajkovic

    Hamburg are moving for PSV Eindhoven defender Slobodan Rajkovic. Rajkovic is owned by Chelsea and has spent the last 12 months on-loan at PSV, where he had an inconsistent season.
  8. Ryan Bertrand

    Ryan joined Chelsea in the summer of 2005 for an initial fee of £125,000, with future clauses based upon personal and club success to be paid when met. Gillingham Chairman Paul Scally was not happy at the decision set via tribunal. After making his way through the Under-18 team as one of the most impressive players of the 2005-06 season, Ryan made his first foray into professional football as a 17 year-old, heading to Bournemouth on loan in League Two along side team-mate Jack Cork. The spell would be brief, but he would return to the Fitness First Stadium later in the season after recovering from a ruptured spleen. More loan spells followed, at Oldham Athletic in League One for the first half of the 2007-08 season, before moving up another division and joining Norwich City in The Championship for the remainder of the campaign. He impressed so much at Carrow Road that he would return for the entire duration of the 2008-09 season, but he was unable to help the Canaries avoid relegation. His reputation wasn't tarnished though, and the 2009-10 season saw a return to the Championship with Reading, who were managed at the time by Brendan Rodgers. Rodgers, of course, had coached Ryan at both academy and reserve team levels. He became a mainstay in the Royals' team despite their poor season. On 5 August 2010 Ryan's 21st birthday he was sent on the sixth loan move of his precocious career, joining Nottingham Forest until January 3rd 2011. He remained a regular in their promotion chasing side until injury ended his spell at the City Ground in December 2010. Ryan returned to Chelsea in January 2011 to become a part of the first team squad, and made his first team debut as a second half replacement for Ashley Cole against Birmingham City on 20 April. Bertrand impressed, providing the cross for Chelsea's third goal in a 3-1 win. At the start of the 2011-12 season, with Yuri Zhirkov having left in the summer and Patrick van Aanholt loaned to Wigan Athletic for the season, Bertrand emerged as back-up to Ashley Cole at left back. He made his second appearance for the first team in a third round League Cup tie against Fulham, playing the full match as the Blues eventually prevailed on a penalty shoot-out after extra time. When Roberto Di Matteo was appointed Interim First Team Coach in March 2012, Ryan became entrusted with more regular first team action, culminating in a surprise start on the left wing in the 2012 UEFA Champions League Final against Bayern Munich. He played 75 minutes and did well, earning himself a winner's medal in Europe's premier club competition in just his sixteenth appearance for Chelsea. Click here to view the record
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    any Jimmy Smith & Jack Cork ?? THz ~ ^0^
  10. Luka Modric

    tribalfooball.com - December 12, 2007 Dinamo Zagreb midfield ace Luka Modric has warned Chelsea about their plans for him should he accept a move to Stamford Bridge. He said: "I've read in papers that Chelsea would sign me and then loan me to Dutch side PSV. That's nonsense. "I do not know anything about that. But the transfer period is a long one and we will see. My wish was always to move to Spain. I'd like to leave this winter."