Stamford Bridge & Allianz Arena

Stamford Bridge is a football stadium located in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, London. The Allianz Arena is a football stadium in the north of Munich, Bavaria, Germany. 5.0/5

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Chelsea consult architects who designed Bird's Nest and Allianz Arena over plans to make Stamford Bridge bigger!
Didier Drogba has returned to training with Chelsea ahead of a possible first European outing with the club since scoring the winning goal in the 2012 Champions League final. Drogba's first spell with the Blues ended with him scoring the decisive penalty which defeated Bayern Munich in the final at the Allianz Arena. He has now given manager Jose Mourinho a big boost by returning from injury sooner than expected, showing no ill effects as he trained with the Chelsea squad at their Cobham base on Tuesday. Drogba rejoined Chelsea this summer after a spell at Galatasaray but missed Saturday's win over Swansea because of an ankle injury which was expected to keep him out of the Group G match against Schalke on Wednesday. Mourinho is likely to start with in-form Diego Costa up front at Stamford Bridge but Drogba may well gain a place on the bench. Watch Chelsea play Schalke live on Sky Sports 1 from 7.30pm on Wednesday.
Chelsea are set to offer Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos a bumper deal to make the switch to Stamford Bridge. Kroos is in the final year of his contract at Bayern and has rejected fresh terms to stay at the Allianz Arena. The German champions, who have made it clear they are not willing to improve on their current offer, will look to cash in on Kroos this summer if he fails to agree to a new deal. Madrid have offered Kroos, 24, a £4m-a-year deal to join Cristiano Ronaldo & co at the Bernabeu. But according to reports in Spain, Chelsea are willing to splash the cash to beat Madrid to the signing of Kroos. Having secured the £27m addition of Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas last week, Jose Mourinho has turned his attentions to Kroos and will offer the Bayern star a £7m-a-year deal to join Chelsea.
TOP TRANSFER NEWS: 1) Madrid demand at least €50m for Di Maria Real Madrid will only entertain offers above €50 million (£40m) for Angel Di Maria. Manchester United and Arsenal are keen on a move for the Argentina international. Source: L'Equipe 2) Liverpool close in on Shaqiri Liverpool are close to completing a £15 million deal for Bayern Munich winger Xherdan Shaqiri, with the Switzerland international keen to secure more first-team opportunities after featuring only sparingly at the Allianz Arena last term. Source: Daily Star 3) Man Utd quoted €75m for Pogba Juventus have told Manchester United that it will cost the Premier League club £60 million (roughly €75m) to re-sign midfielder Paul Pogba. Source: The Guardian 4) Chelsea to hand Fabregas bumper deal Chelsea will offer Cesc Fabregas a significant improvement on his £100,000-a-week wages as they attempt to lure him to Stamford Bridge, and are confident of agreeing a deal below Barcelona's asking price for the Spaniard. Source: The Tim ...
Chelsea want Mario Mandzukic to partner Diego Costa Chelsea are on the verge of sealing the signing of Diego Costa from Atletico Madrid - and will now move to target Bayern Munich forward Mario Mandzukic to partner the Brazilian, according to the Daily Mail. Costa is expected to arrive at Stamford Bridge for a fee believed to be in the region of £32 million, and will provide Jose Mourinho with some much-needed options in attack after his strike trio of Demba Ba, Samuel Eto'o and Fernando Torres failed to fire last season. He has reportedly been handed a £150,000-per-year contract, and he is believed to have completed his medical ahead of his announcement as a Chelsea player shortly. However Mourinho isn't expected to end his pursuit of a striker there, and will now push to sign Mandzukic from Bayern Munich. The Croatian is believed to be surplus to requirements at the Allianz Arena, and has also been linked with a switch to Arsenal. Along with a move for Mandzukic, Mourinho also wants to wrap up deals f ...
Jose Mourinho is willing to sell David Luiz to Bayern Munich this summer - the Bundesliga giants have made a €30m bid - but wants to secure the services of Croatia international striker Mario Mandzukic as part of a swap deal. German newspaper Bild say negotiations are already at an advanced stage and that a deal could be wrapped up imminently. Chelsea have been strongly linked with Mandzukic, who was likely to find himself surplus to requirements at the Allianz Arena following the arrival of Robert Lewandowski from Borussia Dortmund, over recent months - and it seems the 27-year-old could be on his way to Stamford Bridge. Chelsea have already struck a £32m deal with Atletico Madrid tor the transfer of Brazil-born Spain international Diego Costa, but.Mandzukic would be another major coup. The former Wolfsburg striker has scored 33 Bundesliga goals in 54 appearances for the Bavarians
SPORTS UPDATE WITH EMMAH ATAI: Jose Mourinho has vowed to stick to his footballing principles despite recent criticisms as he bids to guide Chelsea to the Champions League final with victory over Atletico Madrid tonight. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was among the fiercest critics of Mourinho's methods after Chelsea's 2-0 Premier League win at Anfield on Sunday, but congratulated his former mentor on the success on the eve the Blues' semi-final second leg at Stamford Bridge. Cristiano Ronaldo said Real Madrid deserved their UEFA Champions League final spot, after dismantling holders Bayern Munich 4-0 yesterday.The Portuguese attacker scored a brace, after Sergio Ramos' four-minute double propelled Real to a healthy 3-0 aggregate lead at the Allianz Arena. Ronaldo made it 4-0 overall in the 34th minute, before his cheeky free-kick in the 90th minute snuck under Bayern's jumping wall and into the back of the net. The former Manchester United man said it was a monkey off the back of the Madrid club, who ...
The Dream Of La Decima is on for Real Madrid. Carlo Ancelotti has succeeded where Jose Mourinho failed as Real Madrid coach. Tonight, Bayern Munich were battered and destroyed before home fans at the Allianz Arena. Pep Guardiola has failed to re-enact the brilliance of Jupp Heynkes as his dream of a treble this season was shattered by a resilient Real Madrid. The focus now shifts to Stamford Bridge where another Madrid team will attempt to break traffic against a Chelsea team that will fill the bridge with luxurious buses hoping to qualify for the finals via penalties. There can't be a better final than the Madrid derby between Atletico and Real. I love this game and will like to see the game flow.
London Evening Standard Romelu Lukaku's agent today confirmed he had held talks with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy over a possible summer transfer to White Hart Lane. Ezequiel Lavezzi is convinced Chelsea will not repeat their 'Napoli miracle' when they face Paris Saint- Germain at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday. Ramires says Chelsea must take their domestic home form to Europe to be in with a chance of overturning a two-goal deficit against Paris St Germain. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Sergio Aguero is set to give City's title push a huge boost by joining the squad for Saturday's clash with Southampton. Wayne Rooney has hit back at his accuser Bastian Schweinsteiger in the alleged diving incident that has cost the German powerhouse his place in Bayern Munich's midfield for United's visit to the Allianz Arena next Wednesday. Joey Barton has said that Manchester United star Wayne Rooney is not world class and claims the Reds star's lifestyle has hampered his career. LIVERPOOL ECHO Simon Mignolet admits the last 1 ...
Which of this stadium do you think is hard for visiting club to get a win in it??? (1) Stamford Bridge (2) Satiago Bernabuea (3) Allianz Arena (4) Ethiad (5) Camp Nou (6) San Siro (7) Old Trafford (8) Emirate (9) Vicente Calderon (10) Others (Mention)
Chelsea have been offered the chance to sign Bayern Munich star Mario Mandzukic, but it could spark a Premier League transfer tussle between them and two of their biggest rivals in Arsenal and Manchester United. Jose Mourinho is on the lookout for some more firepower in the centre-forward positions and has been told Mandzukic is ready to leave the Allianz Arena in the summer, according to The Sun. However, the report also claims both Arsene Wenger and David Moyes could be ready to step in and pitch the benefits of Emirates Stadium and Old Trafford respectively if it looks like an offer will be made out of Stamford Bridge. Though it is the Blues whom have been given the first green light by the Croatia international's camp. Arsenal and Chelsea are in similar situations in that both clubs have what many believe to be insufficient personnel in the centre-forward position. Mourinho has a number of options in the form of Fernanado Torres, Samuel Eto'o and Demba Ba, but none of them have been able to consistent ...
Can anyone stop 'torturers' Man City? 30 January 2014 Updated 07:18 GMT By Phil McNulty - Chief football writer, BBC Sport As the slanging match broke out in west London between Jose Mourinho and Sam Allardyce, Manuel Pellegrini was letting Manchester City do all his talking just off the Seven Sisters Road. While Chelsea manager Mourinho accused West Ham United of dealing in "19th-century football" in a goalless draw at Stamford Bridge - and Allardyce delivered a typically blunt response - Pellegrini's Manchester City were back at the top of the Premier League. And there was nothing "19th century" about the manner of the 5-1 beating of Tottenham at White Hart Lane that put them there. This was modern, 21st-century football at its finest, "the best team on the planet" according to beaten manager Tim Sherwood. This claim will be put to the test when City face Barcelona in the last 16 of the Champions League - but they have already beaten holders Bayern Munich in their own Allianz Arena and are now producing ...
so I've now scheduled tours for the Allianz Arena, The Etihad, Old Trafford, and Stamford Bridge
Stamford Bridge side want Etihad Stadium ace. Chelsea are reportedly ready to challenge Bayern Munich in the pursuit of Man City striker Sergio Aguero according to TuttoMercato. The West London side are being linked with a stunning 50m (£42m) bid for the in-form Argentine as Jose Mourinho looks to address his stuttering Stamford Bridge strike-force. Mourinho's current quartet of strikers, Demba Ba, Samuel Eto'o, Fernando Torres and Andre Schurrle have scored just three Premier League goals between them this year, indeed loaned out Belgian Romelu Lukaku has outscored them by managing five in five appearances for Everton. Pep Guardiola is apparently keen on bringing 25 year old Aguero to the Allianz Arena but Mourinho may have other ideas though one wonders if Man City would consider any offers for such a pivotal player, especially one who has only recently been tied down to a long term contract. The former Atletico Madrid man has been a massive success since making his £38m move to the Etihad Stadium bac ...
Chelsea's Stamford Bridge became the latest football venue to play host to a gang of mysterious visitors on Sunday when 11 men in robes were spotted at the Premier League clash with Manchester City. The figures closely resembled those seen at Saturday's Bundesliga fixture between Bayern Munich and Hertha Berlin at the Allianz Arena. As in the previous sighting, they wore black robes with mysterious circles on their chest and were seen making curious synchronised movements at irregular intervals during Chelsea's 2-1 win, while they also stood in unison at random moments. Situated three rows back from the corner flag at the Shed End, the gang could be clearly seen on TV cameras beaming pictures of the crunch fixture all across the world. One Chelsea fan sat close to the mysterious guests was Robin Taylor, who said afterwards that he was slightly perturbed by their presence. The appearance of the mystery men coincided with the surprise visit to Stamford Bridge of Franz Beckenbauer, the former Germany World C ...
What is with this ? 11 strange people seen at Stamford Bridge & Allianz Arena.
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Mysterious figures seen at the Allianz Arena (Munich) and at Stamford Bridge (London). . DAFUQ? http:…
Would love to do Wembly, Stamford Bridge, The Bernabeu or the Allianz Arena one day
Stamford Bridge, Celtic Park, San Siro. All were conquered this season. The battle in Germany will let us conquer the Allianz Arena too!!!
Roberto Di Matteo has been airbrushed out of Chelsea’s Champions League history after the club replaced his image on an iconic wall at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea’s history-making manager, sacked last November by owner Roman Abramovich, was pictured on the West Stand wall with the rest of the squad and their trophies at the start of the season. Di Matteo has now been replaced by a huge image of Chelsea’s players and coaching staff — minus the manager — celebrating the club’s first European Cup triumph in the Allianz Arena. And Chelsea supporters, who often take souvenir pictures next to the giant poster, have been left stunned by the decision. The new image is one of the few in existence with the team and coaching staff celebrating their triumph without Di Matteo present. The popular Italian led Chelsea to their first European Cup last May, but was brutally axed following a 3-0 defeat at Juventus. The original picture of the squad was in place at the start of the season, but Di Matteo has only ju ...
Pep Guardiola Has Plans to Make Chelsea Maestro Juan Mata First Bayern Munich Signing. Incoming Allianz Arena boss keen on Stamford Bridge flair player. Pep Guardiola is reportedly keen on luring Spanish international Juan Mata to Bayern Munich this summer. The former Barcelona manager has earmarked a move for the Chelsea attacker and identified the flair player as an addition he’d like to add to his Allianz Arena squad. HOME PEP, U R DRUNK (SOURCE: CAUGHT OOFSIDE)
Jituwin ( PB ) Liberty Stadium, wait for our comeback. Don't lose hope. CHELSEA is our name. We are the European Champion. In Stamford Bridge, we dominate the game but still not win. Remember Allianz Arena?you will see.
When Roberto Di Matteo named his team at Turin’s luxurious Golden Palace Hotel on Tuesday lunchtime, it was a final act of defiance. Fernando Torres paid for his pitiful performance at West Bromwich on Saturday and Di Matteo knew the evening would end in yet another change in personnel. On this occasion, in the office of the Chelsea manager. But Di Matteo sensed the end was coming long before his 42nd and last game in charge. As early as last summer, when he dared question the strength of Torres’ ambition at Chelsea, the European Cup-winning coach was left in no doubt about who is actually in charge at Stamford Bridge. When he was finally appointed ‘manager and first-team coach’, 25 days after landing Club Football’s greatest prize in Munich’s Allianz Arena, Di Matteo presented Roman Abramovich with a list of summer transfer targets. Radamel Falcao, the free-scoring striker with 36 goals in 50 appearances for Atletico Madrid in his first season in Spain, was at the top of it. But before Chelse ...
Watch a Match at Stamford Bridge , Santiago Bernabeu and Allianz Arena. I know this is too much. Dreaming.
Michael Ballack retires.Once upon a time, the heart of German football engine. Great services at Stamford Bridge and Allianz Arena as well. His Headers stand apart.
Michael Ballack has retired from football! You will never be forgotton! Not at Stamford Bridge, not at the Allianz Arena and not at the Bay Arena! A complete midfielder! A True Legend!!!
So Chelsea have won 3-0 at Stamford Bridge (5-0 on aggregate). And it will be a repeat of last season's Final at the Allianz Arena on Sat.
The final score at the Allianz Arena, Bayern 2-1 Valencia. Very soft penalty by Mandzukic and we probably should have done better with the clean sheet. / Over at Stamford Bridge: Chelsea 2-2 Juventus. Very bad from Chelsea to let that game slip away so easily. Also, does anybody else wonder why Torres plays? It's like Bayern actually playing me...
Roberto Di Matteo © Gallo Images Blues 'title thirst remains unquenched' 18 September 2012, 07:02 Chelsea begin their quest to become the first team to win back-to-back Champions League titles on Wednesday when they entertain a Juventus side still getting used to matchdays without their coach. The Londoners ended a long wait to become kings of Europe for the first time by beating Bayern Munich on penalties on a memorable night in the German club's Allianz Arena in May but manager Roberto Di Matteo said their thirst for trophies remained unquenched. "The owner (Roman Abramovich) has never lost his ambition," Di Matteo said ahead of the Group E opener at Stamford Bridge. "He always wants to win with this club and continue to drive for excellence. "As long as he is at the helm his ambition to win will never diminish." Chelsea have made a good start to their domestic season and are riding high at the top of the Premier League with three wins and one draw from their opening four games. However, they have fail ...
Allianz Arena, Camp Nau, Anfield, Old Trafford, Stamford Bridge, The Etihad, Olympia Stadium, Safeco Field.it all starts at the prooving gorunds. See you at Wayne Wright Sports Complex in five minutes.WE ARE SOUTH PORTLAND!
The Italian led the Blues to a historic Champions League triumph last season and has recently been appointed as the permanent manager of the club. Fernando Torres, who has struggled to adjust to life at Stamford Bridge, launched a scathing attack on the club after the final at Allianz Arena accusing...
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Chelsea have had to send the Champions League trophy off for repairs today, after it was revealed the coveted cup was broken in an impromptu photo session with three members of the club’s security personnel. Chelsea claimed the trophy in dramatic fashion last month, edging out Bayern Munich on penalties at the Allianz Arena, the German club’s home ground. The Blues took the cup on a huge parade around west London upon their return from Munich, but while it was able to survive the vigours of an open bus tour it has seemingly succumbed to the rough grip of three burly henchmen. The Mirror reports that one of the over-sized handles was left hanging off after the three men visited the trophy and began taking pictures with it after hours. The trophy was then put back in the Stamford Bridge trophy cabinet where it is housed in an attempt to avoid anyone noticing the damage. However club staff spotted the duffed up cup and have now sent it off to a London-based silversmith in order to patch it up. The trio h ...
Shanghai Shenhua have confirmed talks to sign Didier Drogba on a free transfer from Chelsea are continuing 'as planned'. Drogba revealed on Tuesday that he is ending his eight-year association with Chelsea after helping the club to win the UEFA Champions League for the first time last weekend. The Ivory Coast striker headed the equaliser in the 1-1 draw with Bayern Munich before rolling home the decisive penalty in the shoot-out at the Allianz Arena. He admitted that winning the European Cup is the perfect way to end his illustrious career at Stamford Bridge and he is now ready to embark on a new challenge. The 34-year-old is widely expected to join Shenhua and the Chinese club are happy with the way discussions are progressing. "As of now, Shenhua's negotiations with Drogba are continuing just as planned," the club's owner Zhu Jun told the Oriental Sports Daily. Drogba's Former Chelsea team-mate Nicolas Anelka joined Shenhua in January and is currently player/coach following the recent sacking of ex-Fulh ...
Didier Drogba confirms Chelsea exit. Thanks DD for all you've done for Chelsea, most especially at the Allianz Arena on 19th May 2012. For me you remain the greatest Blue Army General that ever set foot at Stamford Bridge. Farewell Champ!
They came from behind to beat Napoli in Italy,and came from behind to beat Barcelona at Nou Camp in Espãna to rich the finals in German. As if it wasn't enough they came from behind again to beat Bayern at Allianz Arena their home ground. Its amazing. It doesn't matter we're sixth place in Premier League,but Chelsea are the "Champions" of Europe. The sacred grail is home at Stamford Bridge.
Defiant Drogba epitomises Chelsea spirit By Eurosport | Early Doors – 13 hours ago As Didier Drogba made the lonely walk from the halfway line to a penalty area inhabited by the imposing frame of Manuel Neuer and loomed over by a teeming mass of red and white, their hostile whistles piercing the Munich night, he embraced an extraordinary alignment of destiny and fate. And as what could well be his last ever strike for Chelsea rippled the net, one end of the Allianz Arena fell deathly silent while the other erupted in utter relief. Outplayed for the majority of the tie, Chelsea, quite unbelievably, were European champions for the first time. With one swing of his boot, and a flick of his head with just two minutes remaining of normal time, Drogba changed the history of Chelsea Football Club forever, and the legacy that he will bequeath to the game. A man who may walk away from Stamford Bridge this summer will do so as one of the club's greatest ever servants, and perhaps the greatest. Three league titles ...
That figure is *** Allianz Arena cost 350 million. No way you can value Stamford Bridge at 500 million.
Chelsea idol Gianfranco Zola called on the club to appoint Roberto Di Matteo on a full-time basis on Sunday after his former team-mate guided the Blues to their first Champions League crown. Former Chelsea striker Zola told the BBC that Di Matteo, appointed on an interim basis in March, deserved to keep the job following the Londoners’ dramatic win over Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena. “I hope Roberto will be the manger next year because he deserves that. But whatever he does he is a Chelsea legend, not only as a player but as a manager and that is quite an achievement,” Zola said. Di Matteo has refused to discuss his future at Stamford Bridge while the club hierarchy has said no decision will made until the close season. Former Chelsea coach Avram Grant also believes Di Matteo should stay. Grant, who led Chelsea to the 2008 final in Moscow, said Di Matteo was thelogical choice to lead the club. Chelsea's Italian interim manager Roberto Di Matteo (C) makes the victory sign after winning the UEFA ...
In that glamorous night at Allianz Arena, they have accomplished the incredible achievement what they have been being invested to achieved - The Champion League Cup. It's painfully a meaningful farewell champion by the first generation of ten-year-Chelsea under Abramovich. You may be no longer at Stamford Bridge for the coming seasons, however, you are definitely always in our heart, our belief and our thank who are True Blue. Thank you and my intrusive appreciation to you: Petr Cech, Didier Drogba, Frank Lampard, Ashley Cole, Michael Essien and all the others... Thank you Roberto Di Matteo for your amazing effort and inspiration put into Chelsea. You all made history.
Hey Guys, today Allianz Arena will not be Bayern home pitch, its will be Stamford Bridge 2. Torres' showing it in 4 hours )
Bayern Munich – Chelsea Preview: Of home comforts and a fighting spirit May 19, 2012 · It is the ultimate meeting of the perennial bridesmaids. For years on end, German powerhouse, Bayern Munich have excelled magnificently on the domestic scene but have fallen just short on the continent. The Bavarians last won the Champions League in 2001, two years after a great miracle handed it to Manchester United. The last time they came close, a certain Jose Mourinho inspired Inter Milan to victory in 2010. Having exacted revenge on the Portuguese, Bayern have booked a date with history, at their very own Allianz Arena, with Chelsea. Who ever gave Chelsea a chance? Struggling both in England and Europe under Andre Villas-Boas, they piled up one bad result after another. Until Roberto Di Matteo came along and changed their season dramatically. It all started with that sensational turn around against Napoli at Stamford Bridge. Since then, the Blues have made little matter of the might of Barcelona. They almost w ...
Chelsea,pls,as u depart England to the Allianz arena,tell Liverpool 'U can not walk alone,' Arsenal should borrow u their 'Rifles', Man U should send thier 'Red Devil' to fight for you. Above all,go with the 'Stamford Bridge' to cross ur opponent defence
Oh, you Goliath of Allianz Arena in Munich, called Bayern Munich, that says I, Chelsea FC, shall not lift this season's UCL's trophy today, I come against you now with the name of the God of host Who killed your brother, BARCA, @ Stamford Bridge and carried his corpse to Camp Nou for burial; I command you, FALL DOWN AND DIE BY FIRE, in Jesus Name. . . DIE . . . DIE . . . DIE . . . DIE . . . DIE . . . DIE . . . DIE. Amen, amen and amen. . . FIRE!!!
Where's the Eutopean Cup going then fellas? Staying at the Allianz Arena or home to Stamford Bridge?
24 hours from now, the UEFA long-awaited trophy will depart from Allianz Arena to Stamford Bridge. In you I trust Oluwa, do not dash meo!!!
Fabio Capello’s in town to cheer on Chelsea cause Fabio Capello will Watch Chelsea in the Champions League Final tomorrow and is expected to continue to push his bid to become their next manager. Capello has been in talks with Roman Abramovich, although it is believed the Italian wants to move to Stamford Bridge more than the club want to hire him. But Chelsea are running out of options with Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola snubbing a move to west London and they are keen to make a quick appointment after the Champions League Final whatever happens. Abramovich will be at the Allianz Arena to watch the game as well, although it is not certain whether he plans to hold more talks with the former England boss. However, the Russian multi-billioniare wants to employ a more experienced coach than current boss Roberto Di Matteo despite the Former Chelsea midfielder leading the club to a second European Cup Final as well as success in the FA Cup. Capello has made it clear he is determined to return to club manage ...
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***Yet another dramatic FA Cup Finale at the Wembley Stadium,Chelsea and Liverpool played the game beutifully bt unfortunately there can be only 1 WINNER,carroll was really pushing it bt it seems that Petr Cech was the MAN to be,what a Critical last moment save,but Di Matteo n all the Chelsea lads that was an excellent Victory,am sure all the fans loved it,just make sure the cup is lifted once again at the Allianz Arena and the fans would love to see the Champions League trophy at the Stamford Bridge,all the best for tuesday`s game with Liverpool once again,BLUE IS THE COLOUR,HAIL CHELSEA***
Leading Chelsea out at Wembley for the FA Cup final on Saturday will no doubt be a very proud moment for Roberto Di Matteo, but the next couple of weeks will only be a final flourish in his brief career at Stamford Bridge. The final against Liverpool is a great opportunity for Di Matteo - and no doubt a huge surprise too. Having been sacked by West Brom not much more than a year ago, the Italian is probably pinching himself constantly now he has an FA Cup final and a Champions League final to look forward to. A great many managers go through their entire career without getting even close to such a stage. However, even if he does win either or both of these competitions, I don't think it will suddenly make him a great manager or the right long-term choice for Chelsea. If somehow Di Matteo does mastermind a victory at Wembley and then again at Munich's Allianz Arena it may prove very difficult to get rid of him - particularly given the affection that Chelsea fans hold him in following his playing days with ...
Just to remind Chelsea fans, Bayern Munich at the Allianz arena are a different animal to QPR at Stamford Bridge.
The Allianz Arena is set to be transformed into Stamford Bridge for the day when Chelsea play the final in Munich on May 19.
Asal from Stamford Bridge to Wembley?Stamford Bridge to Allianz Arena la.ha :D
We will keep the blue flag flying high from the Stamford Bridge to Wembley (Allianz Arena).
tetep optimis nar "from Stamford Bridge to Allianz Arena"
There can't be a single person in the world outside of the Allianz Arena and Stamford Bridge wanting anything other than a Real-Barca final.
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