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  1. Ashley Cole

    Love it
  2. Thibaut Courtois

    Courtois is on loan from Chelsea currently, but is keen to extend his time at the Vicente Calderon for another campaign. "I want to play another year here, and then we'll see. I really want to stay here and it will be good for Chelsea for me to play another season at Atletico. Before he won the cup he said he wanted to come to England to play on loan in the Prem or Championship i feel the longer he stays the more he will like it at Atletico.and might not come back
  3. General Transfer Talk

    Its in the Sun so it must be true http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/sport/football/4244629/Jose-Mourinho-eyes-Chelseas-Bosingwa-for-Real-Madrid-move.html
  4. General Transfer Talk

    08/04/2012 West London Sports by James Ross Jose Bosingwa has agreed to join Real Madrid from Chelsea in the summer, according to reports in the Spanish press. Bosingwa’s contract expires at the end of the season, meaning he is free to negotiate with other clubs. The 28-year-old is said to have turned down a new deal at Stamford Bridge and will leave on a Bosman free transfer. AC Milan, Paris St-Germain and Bayern Munich have also been linked with a move for him, but Real’s former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is reported to have clinched his signing.
  5. Daniel Sturridge

    Totally agree just give him a chance
  6. Romelu Lukaku joins Chelsea

    Chelsea target Romelu Lukaku scores a hat trick yesterday against FC Brussels still a lot of money but we should sign him or he will go to Arsanal
  7. The Pre-Season thread

    The impact of André Villas-Boas's appointment as Chelsea manager has been felt by the Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem after the Portuguese succeeded in having next month's friendly in the Netherlands cancelled as it did not fit in with his pre-season preparations. Chelsea's players are due to report back for training at Cobham next Monday, and the Vitesse fixture had been arranged under the previous regime for 9 July, just five days later. Villas-Boas considered that too soon for his senior squad to be involved in what had been billed as a prestige match in Arnhem, with Chelsea informing the Dutch club, with whom they enjoy a close relationship, that they would not be able to fulfil the fixture. That has prompted considerable disappointment in the Netherlands, with Vitesse having anticipated a crowd of around 11,000 at their GelreDome stadium. "We were only informed over the weekend that the game could not now go ahead, and it was too late for us to arrange for an alternative opponent of similar stature to step in," said the Vitesse managing director, Paul van der Kraan. "This has been very annoying consequences, especially for our supporters. We had gone to great lengths to organise this game, and our season-ticket holders were being offered this as a bonus match. They will now be compensated, and people who have purchased their tickets as a one-off will also get their money back. But it is a big disappointment for our club and our supporters." Chelsea, who will offer their own fans refunds and have promised to reschedule the fixture for a future date, extended their apologies to the Dutch club for the inconvenience caused
  8. The Pre-Season thread

  9. The Pre-Season thread

    Tickets now on sale in Arnhem price € 20 and € 30, return ticket on the train from Amsterdam price € 29,40 travel time 1 hour 7 minutes :cfc:
  10. Give Us Feedback/Bugs Thread

    Went to the user cp and tried to change my signature which didnt work so now i have 2 can someone remove the carefree sig thanks in advance
  11. The European Leagues and Competition Thread

  12. Frank Lampard

    dont think he will go. i know he is buying a house over in spain but as his wife is spanish why not have 2 homes he can afford it he will just use this fifa ruling to get a better contract from Chelsea
  13. Frank Lampard

    Chelsea face battle to keep Lampard as £5m summer exit clause tempts Barcelona Frank Lampard will return for Chelsea this afternoon in their vital Premier League showdown against dippers with his long-term future at Stamford Bridge in fresh doubt. Leading European clubs are considering exploiting a new FIFA ruling which means the England midfielder can quit Chelsea for just £5 million this summer. And Lampard would be willing to invoke it if his employers do not come up with Chelsea at the moment. Lampard has been given a huge boost by the recent ruling from the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which stipulated that players need to pay only the remainder of their contract if they wish to join another club. It means that Lampard can control his exit from Chelsea this summer even if the club do wish to sell him. Barcelona, the club Lampard would most like to join on account of his wife Elen coming from the city, are expected to renew their interest in the England midfielder this summer on the basis of the new ruling. They have previously ruled out making a move for him on the basis that the asking price of £20m was too expensive but would happily pay the reduced fee. Current coach Frank Rijkaard is expected to leave the club in the summer and there is a concerted campaign by some of the board at the club to bring in former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, whose first move would be to sign Lampard. Lampard has already turned down a contract offer from Chelsea and has just one year left on his deal at the end of the season. Kutner has previously insisted that Lampard would like to stay at Chelsea but clearly it will be dependent on the contract on offer. Now, as long as he serves notice by May 26, Lampard can leave the club by paying up the value of the year remaining on his contract. Lampard's best chance of a move to Barcelona would clearly be if Mourinho was appointed. His agent Jorge Mendes spent two days at the club this month, fuelling speculation that a deal would announced shortly. However, given the animosity displayed by Mourinho towards the Catalan club during the infamous Champions League ties with Chelsea in 2006, when Mourinho accused Rijkaard of colluding with referee Anders Frisk, there is still significant opposition to his appointment. Most notably influential former Barca player and manager Johan Cruyff is said to be vehemently against the idea employing the Portuguese.