Friday, March 20, 2009

Hiddink hints at Chelsea stay if Russia fail to qualify

LONDON, March 20 (Reuters) - Guus Hiddink hinted on Friday he could take over at Chelsea on a full-time basis if Russia failed to qualify for the 2010 World Cup finals.

The Dutchman took over at the Premier League club on a short-term basis last month, saying he would combine the job with his commitments as Russia coach until the end of the season.

"I will focus on Russia after this (Chelsea) project but people say 'think about it, stay'," Hiddink told the Daily Express newspaper on Friday.

"I enjoy it with the Russians but I do have a clause that says we can stop in November if Russia don't qualify.

"Then the Russian FA can choose another direction and I would be free to go," he added.

Since Hiddink replaced Brazilian Luiz Felipe Scolari, Chelsea have gone on a seven-match unbeaten run and have closed the gap on Manchester United to four points at the top of the Premier League table.

The Stamford Bridge club have also reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League and set up a meeting with London rivals Arsenal in the semi-finals of the FA Cup next month.

The draw for the quarter-finals and semi-finals of the Champions League will be held later on Friday. (Writing by Tony Jimenez; Editing by Peter Rutherford)

Villareal striker Llorente happy to take on Chelsea, Liverpool

Villareal’s Joseba Llorente says he is happy to take on either Chelsea or Liverpool in the Champions League quarter-finals.

The Spanish outfit managed to get past Greek club Panathinaikos in the round of 16 thanks to a goal from Llorente and now he has his sights set higher.

“Every team is very strong, but I’d be happy to take Chelsea, for a change, or Liverpool, whose captain Gerrard has said he wants to face us,” Llorente told a press conference.

“Whatever the adversary is, Villarreal can beat anyone.”

Chelsea, Milan clubs to announce MLS tour plans

International soccer clubs AC Milan, Chelsea, Club America and Inter Milan will convene in the U.S. for a press conference at New York’s ESPN Zone to announce plans for Summer 2009.

AC Milan Director Umberto Gandini, Chelsea FC Chief Executive Peter Kenyon, Club America President Michel Bauer and FC Internazionale Milano Technical Director Marco Branca will be announcing details of the planned tournament in the USA in July.

The press conference will take place Tuesday March 24th at 12.30pm EST.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

February Goal of the Month

Chelsea v Man City

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Aston Villa v Tottenham

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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

ေရာ္ဘင္ ခ်ဲလ္ဆီးကို ျပန္လာေတာ့မွာလား

Arjen Robben believes the Blues could win the Barclays Premier League after returning to Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

Talking exclusively to Chelsea TV in tonight's Blues News, Robben explains the special feeling he felt sitting in the stands at the Bridge before adding that the win was vital.

'It was good to be back, I watched the game from the stands, but it was a special feeling to be back again,' said Robben.

Gianluca Vialli also features in tonight's news, as the club's official television channel speaks to our former manager as the Italian expresses his pleasure at Michael Essien's return.

Looking ahead to Friday, Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck will join Kerry Dixon on Big Match Countdown, where he'll look ahead to the weekend's fixture with Tottenham before the phone lines open for fans to voice their views.

Then, with the London derby kicking off at 3pm on Saturday, Chelsea TV will be reporting on all the action as it unfolds on Matchday Live, with guests Jason Cundy and Tommy Langley.

There will be live, pitchside reports and fans stories from White Hart Lane, as they travel to the home of our north London rivals, as well as minute-by-minute accounts of the game

Monday, March 16, 2009

Match Of The Day - 15.03.09 , Highlights of the EPL!


Man Utd v Liverpool

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Arsenal v Blackburn

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Everton v Stoke

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Middlesbrough v Portsmouth *

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Bolton v Fulham


Sunderland v Wigan


Hull v Newcastle *

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Sunday, March 15, 2009

ခ်ဲလ္ဆီး း မန္စီးတီး

မန္စီးတီးဟာ ၂၀၀၅ ခုနွစ္ကတည္းက ၀၉ ထိ တၾကိမ္မွ အနိင္မရခဲ့ပါဘူး။


၂ း ၀

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Malouda to say goodbye to Chelsea

Chelsea winger Florent Malouda is reportedly set to begin looking for a new club after being given limited opportunities at Stamford Bridge since Jose Mourinho's departure.

Malouda is quoted by SportingLife as saying, "I would like to play more and there are three more months to try and get a space in the team. "But if that doesn't happen I will have to analyse the situation."

ဓါတ္ပံုမွတ္တမ္း ခ်ဲလ္ဆီး း ၀ီဂန္

highlight Chelsea 2 : 1 Wigan

တကယ့္ကို လိုအပ္တဲ့ နိင္ပဲြ တခုပါပဲဗ်ိဳ႕.....ေပ်ာ္လုိက္တာ ေျပာမေနနဲ႔ေတာ့။
ေအာ္ထည့္လုိက္တာ အသံေတာင္ ၀င္တယ္။

Chelsea vs Wigan

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1:0 John Terry

1:1 Olivier Kapo

2:1 Frank Lampard