ေအာင္ျမင္ပါေစလို႕ ဆုေတာင္းလုိက္ပါတယ္ ဖန္ေတြေရ။
Sunday, November 30, 2008
ေအာင္ျမင္ပါေစလို႕ ဆုေတာင္းလုိက္ပါတယ္ ဖန္ေတြေရ။
Saturday, November 29, 2008
Our Premier League record at
1993/94 Arsenal won 2-0
1996/97 Arsenal won 3-0
1997/98 Arsenal won 3-2
1998/99 Drew 0-0
1999/00 Arsenal won 3-2
2000/01 Drew 2-2
2001/02 Drew 1-1
2002/03 Drew 1-1
2003/04 Arsenal won 2-1
2004/05 Drew 0-0
2006/07 Drew 1-1
Games played 168
Arsenal wins 68
Head to head in the League at Stamford Bridge
Games played 71
Arsenal wins 23
Biggest league win at
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Monday, November 24, 2008
John Terry received his FIFPro World XI award before the start of the match against Newcastle United on Saturday.
The PFA's Bobby Barnes presented the award to the captain, who is the only player to have been nominated into the World XI on fthe our consecutive seasons since members began voting in 2005.
More than 45,000 professional football players from all over the world had been invited by FIFPro ( Fedération Internationale des Footballeurs Professionels) to choose the strongest team of the 2007/08 season.
Cristiano Ronaldo was chosen FIFPro World Player of the Year.
The FIFPro World XI is:
Goalkeeper - Iker Casillas (Spain/ Real Madrid)
Defenders - Sergio Ramos (Spain/ Real Madrid), John Terry (England/ Chelsea), Carles Puyol (Spain/ Barcelona) and Rio Ferdinand (England/ Manchester United)
Midfielders - Steven Gerrard (England/ Liverpool), Xavi (Spain/ Barcelona) and Ricardo Kaká (Brazil/AC Milan).
Forwards - Lionel Messi (Argentina/ Barcelona), Fernando Torres (Spain/ Liverpool), and Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal/ Manchester United).
Sunday, November 23, 2008
Saturday, November 22, 2008
ဂ်ိဳကိုလ္း နဲ႔ ပီတာဆက္ခ်္ ျပန္ပါလာနိင္ပါျပီ။ အက္ရွ္ေလကိုးလ္ကေတာ့ မေသခ်ာေသးပါဘူး။ ဒါေပမယ့္ ဒဏ္ရာျပန္ေကာင္းခါစမို႕ စကိုလာရီ အေနနဲ႔ မကန္ခိုင္းတာေလာက္ပဲ ျဖစ္နိင္ပါတယ္။ ဒေရာ့ဘာကေတာ့ ၃ ပဲြပယ္ ျပစ္ဒဏ္ရွိလို႕လား ၊ လိုင္းအပ္ မေအာက္ေသးတာလားဆိုတာ ေျပာရခက္ပါတယ္။ ပံုမွန္အတိုင္းပဲ ဂိုးျမဴးေနတဲ့ အနယ္လ္ကာကို အေထာင္ထားျပီး ခ်ဲလ္ဆီး ပဲြထြက္လာမွာပါ။ တခုအားသာတာက ဂ်ိဳကိုးလ္ျပန္ပါလာတာေၾကာင့္ အနယ္လ္ကာအတြက္ တိုက္စစ္ကို ပိုျပီး အေထာက္အကူ ျပဳပါလိ့မ္မယ္။
သာမာန္အရပဲ ျဖစ္ျဖစ္ လန္ဒန္မွာ ေနသာရင္ ကာဆယ္တို႕ ဂိုးမိုးအရြာခံရပါလိမ့္မယ္။ ေနမသာရင္ေတာ့ ပိုဆုိးျပီးသာ မွတ္ေပေတာ့။ း)
Felipe Scolari's new experiences in English football continue on Saturday afternoon with his first meeting with Newcastle manager Joe Kinnear.
The appointment of the 61-year-old former Wimbledon boss as Kevin Keegan's successor at St James' Park was one of the surprise stories of the season. However Scolari, despite their football paths taking very different directions up until now, won't be caught unawares by his opposite number's team.
'I asked Ray Wilkins about Joe Kinnear and his style,' Scolari revealed as he looked forward to a match between the first and the 17th placed teams.
'I know the players like him and when the players like a coach, it is because he has brought something different. Tomorrow is my chance to meet him, to know more about him after the game.'
For once, Scolari goes into a game with a better injury outlook than the other manager. Reports suggest Newcastle will be without Steven Taylor, Joey Barton, Mark Viduka, Xisco, Ignacio Gonzalez and Alan Smith.
Ashley Cole, who was on the bench at West Brom but not fully fit, will also be available, although Scolari warns the two Coles are not yet 100 per cent.
'When you don't play for 15 or 20 days, you are ready but some movements on the pitch are difficult.'
The manager is hopeful Frank Lampard will be okay to play having returned to training yesterday [Thursday] following a rib injury. Alex, who suffered a groin strain against Burnley, is rated possible but Juliano Belletti is definitely out.
On those returning from midweek internationals, Scolari reports:
'The players I received yesterday are in good condition. I didn't receive Deco, Paulo Ferreira or José Bosingwa because they arrived [from Brazil] at 6pm. After 15 hours flying, it is impossible to train.
'But if they can play a full game for the national team, why not play tomorrow?'
However Scolari does lose Didier Drogba who begins a three-match suspension.
'Between the three games we have Champions League which Didier can play but it is a chance for Didier to train hard and make something more for his knee and for his ankle with the fitness coach.
'We lost Didier from games but we have won him for some different work and when Didier comes back, I think he can be back better than before.'
Scolari also discussed Michael Ballack, scorer against Newcastle in our most recent meeting.
Reports in the media suggest talks will soon be underway over the German's contract which has a year's option available at the end of this season.
'He is a player who is very professional and he was one of the players I like to work with,' stated Scolari.
'He has a charming style, direct, and I like this and in future we will see what will happen with Chelsea but for age, it is not a problem because he is young and he plays very well. If he wants [to stay], I want him and if Chelsea have a deal, it is fantastic for me.'
Chelsea TV will have further exclusive words from Scolari as he looks forward to the weekend's game in Cobham on Friday at 6.30pm.
Chelsea Plus gives you the opportunity to watch the manager's pre-match press conference now.
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Luiz Felipe Scolari played host to Nigeria coach Shaibu Amodu last week at Cobham last week, as the pair continued their close working relationship.
Scolari, himself an experienced coach at international level, has spoken to Amodu regularly over the past couple of months in relation to John Mikel Obi, who has shown fine form.
The young midfielder was excused international duty last month by Amodu, who was happy to explain the reasons.
'First and foremost, last month I was here with the federation representative and we came and had a chat with Luiz Felipe Scolari, and at that time he discussed with us about Mikel and the injury worries at his club,' he began.
'We said to him he can have Mikel since we are not at a very precarious position with the World Cup qualifiers. He was obviously appreciative and asked that we keep this relationship because it could be me tomorrow that requires help.'
Indeed Mikel, 21, has been an integral part of the side this season, particularly in the extended absences of other midfielders Michael Ballack and Michael Essien. Amodu was keen to speak to his player, something he does regularly.
'Mikel too was happy to see me, but he expressed some surprise!' said the coach. 'I explained to him why I am here and he can understand. I speak to Mikel as often as possible, we speak all the time.'
He was impressed with our state-of-the-art training facilities, and enjoyed watching Scolari in action on the training field during his short stay in England.
'I am on a working tour of Europe to see the players and managers, and I decided to make Chelsea a port of call for this relationship, and to share some technical experiences.
'I will be here to watch training before I leave, so it has been excellent and he has been very warm, I appreciate it and would like to thank the management of Chelsea for this reception, and particularly Scolari for being a wonderful colleague.'
Nigeria are safely through to the second round of World Cup qualifying, where they are in a group of four alongside Kenya, Mozambique and Tunisia. The qualifiers kick off again at the end of March.
The Ivory Coast, represented at Chelsea by Didier Drogba and Salomon Kalou will meet Malawi, Guinea and Burkina Faso in their group, while Michael Essien's Ghana face Benin, Mali and Sudan.
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
John Terry successfully completed a full England training session this morning (Monday) and is expected to be fit for the game in Berlin on Wednesday.
However Frank Lampard has been ruled out due to a rib injury suffered at West Bromwich Albion.
He reported to the England camp on Sunday night and was scanned this morning before being released.
Liverpool's Steven Gerrard has also been ruled out with a groin injury. Former Chelsea midfielder Scott Parker and Fulham's Jimmy Bullard have been called up.
Terry's participation was in doubt after he came off towards the end of Saturday's game due to pain in his foot.
Monday, November 17, 2008
Sunday, November 16, 2008
HQ - HightLight Of The EPL ( Gameweek - 13 )
Arsenal ( 0 : 2 ) Aston Villa
Fulham ( 2 : 1 ) Tottenham Hotspur
Bolton Wanderers ( 0 : 2 ) Liverpool
Manchster United ( 5 : 0 ) Stoke City
Blackburn ( 1 : 2 ) Sunderland
Blue Lion Match
Saturday, November 15, 2008
Frank Lampard and Nicolas Anelka have both received Barclays Premier League Awards this afternoon (Friday).
The pair have been recognised for their superb form in the early part of the season, Lampard by receiving the Barclays Player of the Month for October accolade, while Anelka has been awarded a golden boot and £1,000 for charity after becoming the first player to reach 10 Premier League goals this season.
Anelka, 29, said: 'I am very pleased because it is difficult to reach 10 goals in any season. I am glad and I hope that I will keep scoring goals. Obviously my team-mates help me a lot to score goals.
'Frank can do everything, he can score, give good assists and he wants to win every game so I think he is one of the best midfielders in the world.'
The French international, who opted to donate to our national charity partner CLIC Sargent, reached the milestone after netting twice at Blackburn last weekend, one of which was expertly assisted by Lampard, who scored twice during October including the sublime chip at Hull.
Lampard is the second Chelsea player to win the Barclays Player of the Month award this season after Deco won August's prize. It is the first time Lampard has been awarded since October 2005, and his three awards put him one behind the record for most monthly player accolades jointly held by six players.
The decision was made by the Barclays Awards Panel, which includes representatives from football's governing bodies, the media and fans.
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Ray Wilkins has confirmed that Didier Drogba will return to the squad for the Burnley game on Wednesday night, a match that is likely to see some players rested.
The Ivorian captain has not started since injuring his knee against CFR Cluj at the start of October, but has featured as a substitute against Roma and Sunderland in recent weeks, before being left behind for the trip to Blackburn on Sunday.
Assistant first team coach Wilkins explained that the 30-year-old forward has been fully involved with the rest of the squad over the last couple of days.
'Didier trained very well yesterday, also trained today with the guys and is back in the squad, so that's very pleasant for our situation because obviously we do have Nic [Anelka] in fantastic form. With Didier breathing down his neck for a game it is a nice situation to be in.'
Drogba will be the only one from the injury list to return for the Carling Cup fourth round tie at Stamford Bridge, but others are close to joining him.
'Joe [Cole] is coming on but won't be involved tomorrow, we will have to wait and see on Joe. He has a couple of little niggles so we'll hang on,' Wilkins began.
'Michael Ballack is doing very well, he has joined the group again and is back in the fold as well. We are gradually getting to a situation where we have a full squad.
'Obviously Michael Essien is the one that will be sitting out for quite a period but Ashley Cole is doing some light training now and from that aspect we are delighted.'
We have prospered in the Carling Cup in recent seasons, with two wins in the last four seasons, as well as being runners up at Wembley in February. It is a pedigree Wilkins, and indeed Luiz Felipe Scolari, is keen to continue.
'We've done exceptionally well over the last couple of years in the Carling Cup and the boys have actually been to Felipe and expressed the fact that they want to play,' Wilkins explained. 'That's an extremely positive attitude to take, and I'm delighted they've taken that stance as it shows there is this winning mentality in the club.'
That said, there will still be changes from the side that won in Lancashire on Sunday.
'I had a chat with Felipe this morning and he said that six or seven regulars won't play tomorrow night but will be involved. We didn't actually decide on the side, but he said six or seven changes tomorrow.
'The size of the squad we have means we are fortunate here to have a large squad of exceptional footballers, so the team that plays tomorrow will be one of rich talent,' assured Wilkins.
He also disclosed that Burnley have been thoroughly checked out to ensure they do not spring any surprises on us when they visit.
'We've prepared for Burnley as we would a Premier League side and it's vitally important we do our homework on them and know the ins and outs,' he said. 'They are bringing 6,500 people down to see the game, so we must pay them the utmost respect and put our Premier League status upon them when they visit.
'Up front they are quite useful and mobile. [Martin] Paterson is mobile and [Wade] Elliott is quick so it's up to us to make sure they are doing most of the defending because we don't wish to see those guys on the ball too much in the final third.'
Monday, November 10, 2008
Sunday, November 9, 2008