Stamford Bridge & Nou Camp

Stamford Bridge is a football stadium located in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, London. Camp Nou (New Field) is a football stadium in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain which has been the home of FC Barcelona since 1957. 5.0/5

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The SEVEN reasons why Lionel Messi could make £200MILLION Chelsea move: 1) There are suggestions the Argentine is unhappy with his pay packet at Barcelona. He signed a new contract in May that earns him £16m a year after tax - but his great rival Cristiano Ronaldo earns £19m a year at Real Madrid. This has apparently caused friction between Messi's camp and Barca. 2) Messi is the all-time top goalscorer in La Liga and the Champions League. But he wants to play in the Premier League and turning 28 in June he could feel the timing is perfect for a move to England. 3) Barca have slapped an astonishing £200m price tag on their star man. But according to sources close to the player, Adidas (Chelsea club sponsor and kit supplier) are ready to help fund the deal in order to steal Messi from their big rivals Nike (who sponsor Barca). 4) Cesc Fabregas left the Nou Camp for Chelsea this summer and is trying to persuade his close friend, his future lies at Stamford Bridge too. 5) Messi wants to live in London. H ...
Chelsea v Tottenham: Blues do not intimidate me, insists Mauricio Pochettino Mauricio Pochettino has urged Tottenham to take the bull by the horns at Chelsea tonight. Spurs have not beaten the Premier League leaders at Stamford Bridge since February 1990 but Pochettino gave no hint that he would adopt a cautious style against Jose Mourinho’s team. As coach of Espanyol, Pochettino took on Real Madrid and Barcelona at their peak, famously leading his side to a 2-1 victory at the Nou Camp in February 2009, shortly after he had taken charge of Barca’s unfashionable city rivals. “They do not intimidate me,” said Pochettino, who has led his team to back-to-back wins in the League for the first time since the start of the season. “I have full respect for sides like Chelsea and Manchester City but I always believe we can beat them. “This is my mentality. It is difficult to play against sides of this quality but always, you need to believe you can win. That is what we want to show.” As Tottenham appr ...
An open letter to Diego Costa from a Chelsea fan Dear Diego Costa, Finally, it has happened. You are now a Chelsea player. Welcome to Stamford Bridge! I understand that the chances of you reading this are as little as Costa Rica’s chances of winning the World Cup (with all due respect to their remarkable run), but, it’s not impossible is it? I write to you from the perspective of a certain section of fans. What do we expect from you? What would you be expecting from us in return? I hope to answer these questions soon. Before coming to that, let me take you a little back in time. Towards the end of May 2006, we signed a striker (let’s call him X) from AC Milan for £30 million. We did this, despite having a powerhouse Ivorian (say, Y) already garnering some reputation. X scored on debut – just the start a striker needs at a new club. However, his first season wasn’t too good a return – 14 goals in all competitions. Did it justify the fee? No. He was already being labelled a flop by opposition f ...
Chelsea Set To Swap Lukaku For Argentine Striker – Reports If Chelsea hadn’t been linked with enough strikers already this summer, another name is now in the frame – Inter Milan’s young Argentine Mauro Icardi. Some reports say that he and £10 million will be heading towards Stamford Bridge in return for Romelu Lukaku. Icardi is an interesting possibility, albeit an unusual one for Jose Mourinho to be focusing on. He’s a product of Barcelona’s La Masia academy, scoring prolifically for the Catalan’s youth teams and playing for their under-19s while still only 16. He left for Italy after just three years with the Catalan club after deciding he would get earlier opportunities of first-team football away from the Nou Camp. An impressive first full season with lowly Sampdoria saw him score ten goals to help them escape relegation, and won him a £10 million move to Inter. But his talent has flickered rather than shone since his move to the San Siro. He has failed to become a regular starter in . ...
New Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas is hoping a move to the Blues will be a perfect fit after the former Barcelona man signed a five-year deal at Stamford Bridge on Thursday. The 27-year-old is currently preparing for the start of the World Cup with reigning champions Spain but completed his transfer to Chelsea for B£30million and is looking forward to working under Jose Mourinho in a quest for more silverware. Despite having an eight-year spell at Arsenal , Fabregas only won the FA Cup and added several medals to his collection at the Nou Camp to go alongside his World Cup and European Championships triumphs. With reigning champions Manchester City and former suitors Manchester United also believed to have been in the race for Fabregas' signature, alongside Chelsea, he confirmed Arsenal had decided against exercising their first-option on their former skipper. Now he is ready to win more trophies in England with his new employers as Blues boss Mourinho looks to build a side that can improve on last sea ...
WELCOME TO CFC Done Deal! Fabregas agrees to Chelsea move Cesc Fabregas has agreed a deal to join the Blues Sources close to the player have confirmed the Barcelona midfielder will return to the Premier League in a £30million deal after being told he can leave the Nou Camp, three years since departing Arsenal to rejoin to his boyhood club. The 27-year-old Spanish international will be signed as a direct replacement for Frank Lampard, who has revealed he is leaving Stamford Bridge and looks set for a move to new MLS franchise New York City.
Mangala wants United move Porto defender Eliaquim Mangala has told friends he would rather join Manchester United than rivals Man City, writes David Anderson. The Frenchman has emerged as a top target for Manuel Pellegrini's men with City ready to pay his £36.5million release clause. However, Mangala is reluctant to agree the move because he feels United - and Chelsea - are bigger clubs. Boss Louis Van Gaal is said to have reservations about his temperament and has not placed the 23-year-old on his wishlist. Mourinho keen on Fabregas Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is ready to pip his Premier League rivals to Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas, writes our man Mike Walters. The Spaniard has been told he can leave the Nou Camp this summer with a return to England appearing very likely. And with Manchester United and former club Arsenal said to be weighing up moves, Mourinho is ready to offer him £200,000-a-week to lure him to Stamford Bridge. Asked if there was any interest in bringing Fabregas in, Mourinho re ...
Chelsea set to do deal as La Liga star passes Blues medical [Daily Star]. Cesc Fabregas has passed a medical at Chelsea. The Barcelona star had agreed personal terms ahead of a possible switch, amid talk that he is no longer wanted at the Nou Camp. And now the Daily Star website have claimed the two clubs are yet to agree a fee for the midfielder but Fabregas has already had a medical at Stamford Bridge. He is said to have passed the tests and everything is now in place for the ex-Arsenal ace to replace Frank Lampard. Good news or not? EH17
Liverpool have agreed a £9.75m deal with Bayer Leverkusen for star midfielder Emre Can. The German U-21 international will finalise the switch to Anfield in the coming days. Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna will complete his long-awaited move to Manchester City this summer, his agent has confirmed. Sagna has decided to quit the Emirates after seven seasons in north London. Former Gunner Cesc Fabregas has agreed a move to Chelsea, according to Barcelona team- mate Gerard Pique. Pique confirmed his Spain pal will quit the Nou Camp after a three- year spell. Diego Costa completed his Chelsea medical last night and is expected to seal his switch to Stamford Bridge prior to the World Cup. The Spain star will join the Blues from La Liga champions Atletico Madrid for £32m. But Chelsea have suffered a blow in their pursuit of Costa's team- mate Filipe Luis. Atletico were unwilling to include Luis as part of a £40m transfer for Costa. The arrival of Costa is expected to spell the end for Fernando Torres and Demba ...
Chelsea ‘battle Barcelona’ for Atletico Madrid’s Koke Chelsea are believed to be locked in battle with Barcelona for the signing of Atletico Madrid’s Koke. The Blues, who are already said to be targeting Atletico trio Diego Costa, Felipe Luis and Tiago, are ready to challenge Barca for midfielder Koke according to Sky. Barcelona want the 22-year-old as a replacement for Cesc Fabregas, who looks set to be on his way out of the Nou Camp this summer with Premier League duo Arsenal and Manchester United, as well as Chelsea, said to be interested. But Jose Mourinho won’t let his old nemesis have it their own way, as he plans his own move for the Spain international, with Frank Lampard looking increasingly likely to depart Stamford Bridge. However, despite the interest from the European heavyweights, Koke insists he is only focused on Atletico at the moment. ‘I still haven’t had time to read what has come out. I am on holiday and I plan to disconnect,’ he said. ‘Barcelona is one of the best te ...
Jose Mourinho is on his way out of Stamford Bridge, if sensational claims from France are to be believed. Chelsea have allegedly lined up Diego Simeone as his replacement. Dnipro chief Andrey Stetsenko insists no offer has been received from either Liverpool or Manchester United for Yevhen Konoplyanka. Liverpool have been alerted to the availability of Barcelona striker Bojan Krkic after the 23-year-old revealed that he may be forced to head for the Nou Camp exit. Juventus are planning a double raid on the Premier League, with Manchester United flop Nani and out-of-contract Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o both top targets. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is being backed by his board to smash the club's £42.5m transfer record again this summer. Leicester have agreed a deal to sign experienced defender Matthew Upson. RUMOURS: Chelsea are apparently looking at sacking Jose Mourinho [GETTY] Ba looked set to quit Chelsea this summer following a stop-start campaign. But after showdown talks, Ba will stay at Stam ...
Bayern Munich are poised to launch a £25million bid for Chelsea defender David Luiz. The 27-year-old is ready to leave Stamford Bridge this summer. Barcelona are understood to be his preferred club but no deal has yet been agreed, with some technical staff at the Nou Camp unsure whether Luiz should be their priority for central defence. Bayern coach Pep Guardiola, however, is keen on the Brazilian. Talks may have to wait until after the World Cup, as Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari does not want his players distracted by transfer negotiations. Barcelona enquired about Luiz last summer and were quoted £35m.
Latest Rumors- Chelsea want to sign Hoffenheim striker Roberto Firmino, 22, to team up with fellow transfer target Diego Costa. (Express) Chelsea are closing in on £32m signing of Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa. (Telegraph) David Luiz has agreed a £32m switch to the Nou Camp and will complete move after the World Cup. (Star) Italian giants Inter Milan will attempt to sign Fernando Torres in the summer - if the Spaniard wants to join. (FDN) Ashley Cole could make a surprise move to Liverpool after the England full-back appears set to leave Stamford Bridge in the summer. Real Madrid and New York Red Bulls are also monitoring the situation. (Express) Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois who has spent the season on loan at Atlético Madrid is hoping to force through a move to Barcelona, according to reports in Spain. (International Business Times) Eden Hazard, the Belgium midfielder, has been linked with a move to Paris St-Germain in a possible deal involving Edinson Cavani. (Express)
David Luiz TO BARCELONA FINALLY A Done Deal. (Courtois & Hazard still on the move) Stamford Bridge star set for Nou Camp switch. Barcelona have reportedly reached an agreement with David Luiz over a potential summer move to the Nou Camp. The Catalan club have been actively pursuing a long term replacement for Carles Puyol, who is set to leave Barcelona, and have identified the 26 year old Chelsea fan favourite as the man for the job. Barca sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta is said to have secured terms with Luiz that would see the former Benfica man sign a five year deal worth around £4.5m a year. Chelsea has agreed a £25m with Barcelona for the Brazilian international who has been something of a bit-part player this season. Luiz was a key member of the Chelsea sides that won the Champions League and Europa League titles but has started less than half of the West London club’s Premier League fixtures this term and has more frequently been used in a defensive midfield role. Chelsea signed Luiz in Ja ...
Stamford Bridge attacker linked with Nou Camp switch. Chelsea attacker Eden Hazard is ready to quit Stamford Bridge and wants to secure a move to Barcelona according to Football Direct News. The 23 year old has clashed with Blues boss Jose Mourinho following comments made by the Belgian following Chelsea's defeat to Atletico Madrid earlier this week and having been attacked by the Portuguese manager for his lack of defensive qualities the way seems paved for a summer Stamford Bridge exit. Read more Chelsea Transfer News. Hazard is Chelsea's most effective player in the final third but may still be on his way and as well as interest from Barcelona there is said to be other prospective suitors including Bayern Munich and PSG. Chelsea paid Lille £32m for Hazard in the summer of 2012 and he has been a huge success in the English top tier, scoring 30 goals in 109 appearances in all competitions. Barcelona may be in the market for fresh options as they look to shuffle their squad after a poor season and the Ca ...
Stamford Bridge side could sell Brazilian. Chelsea are reportedly ready to allow David Luiz move to Barcelona so long as any offer from the Catalan club meets their valuation of the Brazilian according to Goal.com. Read more Chelsea Transfer News. Indeed Jose Mourinho has already set his sights on Saint-Etienne youngster Kurt Zouma as a replacement for the 26 year old Blues fan favourite. Barcelona have been tracking Luiz for some months and are ready to renew their interest as Gerardo Martino looks to strengthen his Nou Camp defensive options, which currently only includes to senior central defenders in the form of Gerard Pique and veteran Carles Puyol, with Javier Mascherano being called upon to fill a makeshift role and Marc Bartra on hand to offer support. Luiz has impressed in recent weeks though has only started eight of Chelsea's 20 Premier League fixtures and is seemingly behind Gary Cahill in the pecking order with Mourinho favouring the England international as partner to ever present veteran Jo ...
Chelsea Prepared to Sell Be International to Atletico for €24m - Report Tony Mogan Chelsea are prepared to sell Courtoi Atletico, reports suggest. (Reuters) Chelsea will accept a fee of €24m their Belgian international Thibaut Courtois who has no intention of returning to Stamford Bridge next summer, Spanish reports suggest. Courtois has carved a reputation a perhaps the best goalkeeper in Sp Atletico Madrid, where the 21-ye has spent the last three seasons on from the Premier League side. His performances have been one o reasons behind Atletico's resurgen the past year and his influential rol highlighted last season when he w awarded the Ricardo Zamora Awa the most impressive goals conced games ratio as Atletico finished wi best defensive record in the leagu His performances have seen him h linked with the soon to be vacant the Nou Camp. After Victor Valdes announced his intention this summ leave the club at the end of his co flurry of speculation as to who wo replace the long-serving Spaniard erupte ...
Barcelona eye Chelsea's Juan Mata after report of contract dispute with Jose Mourinho Barcelona have targeted Juan Mata for a shock summer swoop because they believe he has fallen out with Jose Mourinho. Mourinho insisted last week he has not spoken to Mata, or any of the Chelsea players on Confederations Cup duty in Brazil, since being reappointed. But rumours that the Special One is not convinced by the Stamford Bridge club's Player of the Season have grown in recent weeks. And the Nou Camp side have now sent out feelers in the direction of the former Valencia man Mata, ahead of a likely £30million bid. The latest claim, coming from Catalonia, suggests Mourinho has blocked a wage increase due the 25-year-old under the terms of his current contract. Sources in Spain insist Mata's 19 goals and 35 assists last term entitled him to a pay rise, but it has been vetoed at Mourinho's orders. Chelsea have dismissed the story, pointing to the fact that Mata still has three years left on the contract he signed wh ...
HARD TACKLE Barcelona are ready to end Fernando Torres’ Chelsea nightmare. The Spanish champs are preparing an audacious £17million bid for the misfit striker — £33m LESS than the British record transfer fee Chelsea paid Liverpool for him two years ago. New boss Jose Mourinho wants face-to-face talks with Torres before making any decisions about the club’s highest-paid player. But with the Blues chasing £54m Napoli striker Edinson Cavani, Torres knows his days are numbered. Now it seems a matter of how much of a hit Mourinho’s Chelsea are prepared to take on Torres, who has three years of his £9m-a-year contract to run. Torres, 29, is on international duty with Spain and not due back at Stamford Bridge for another month. He has just completed his most productive season yet in Chelsea colours with 22 goals, but only eight of those were scored in the Premier League. Barcelona, who are also preparing a £35m offer for Blues centre-half David Luiz, see Torres as a back-up striker at the Nou Camp a ...
out of interest -Anna What is the best stadium you've ever been to ? For me, it's gotta be Stamford Bridge, Nou Camp or Wembley :D But Old Trafford were good and i like DW
Romeu would welcome Villa Oriol Romeu would welcome the signing of Spanish team-mate David Villa with open arms if the prolific striker ends up moving to Stamford Bridge during the transfer window. Chelsea have been closely linked with a move for the 31-year-old forward, who has been in and out of Barcelona's starting line-up since returning to play after a broken leg left him with a lengthy spell on the sidelines. Barca sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta said earlier this week the Nou Camp had no intention of letting Villa leave in January, but Romeu would be delighted if his fellow Spaniard did make the switch to Chelsea. "I don't know what Villa's situation is, but if a great player like him comes, the record goalscorer with the national team, he would be welcomed and we would be happy," Romeu said to Spanish radio show Esports Cope. Barca midfielder Andres Iniesta hopes Villa stays put, he added: "I don't know if there's a chance (he could leave), I don't think so, although for me personally I would ...
Chelsea have been warned off nagging Pep Guardiola about taking charge at Stamford Bridge. The Sun says Blues owner Roman Abramovich is desperate to confirm Guardiola as his new long-term manager after sacking Roberto Di Matteo and appointing Rafa Benitez as interim boss. But the former Nou Camp idol is growing increasingly irritated by persistent approaches from Chelsea. His advisors made it clear to Abramovich that Guardiola does not appreciate the mounting pressure they are putting on him to reveal his next club. Abramovich wants an indication from Guardiola that he would be willing to come to London when his sabbatical is up — well aware that Paris St Germain and both Manchester clubs are also interested. But the man who won 14 titles in four years at Barcelona is refusing to be rushed into a decision. -jla
The ex-midfielder won the FA Cup twice and made 175 appearances for the Blues between 1996 and 2002, and took over as boss in the wake of Chelsea's 3-1 defeat to Napoli in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie. But they overturned that deficit with a 4-1 win at Stamford Bridge and secured a 2-2 draw at Barcelona in the semi-final second leg despite having John Terry sent off in the first half at the Nou Camp. After beating Liverpool 2-1 in the FA Cup final, they beat Bayern Munich in a dramatic penalty shoot-out in the Champions League final. They finished sixth in the Premier League and Abramovich waited until June to give Di Matteo the job on a permanent basis. And after the arrivals of Eden Hazard,Oscar and Victor Moses, they suffered just one defeat in their opening 12 matches. Although Chelsea enjoyed an impressive opening to the campaign, Di Matteo faced constant questions about Terry, who was banned for four matches and fined £220,000 by the Football Association for racially abusing ...
CHELSEA RUMOURS According to Portuguese source Abola Chelsea will fight Juventus for Barcelona forward David Villa. The West London side continue to pursue the experienced Spanish international who may well be keen on a Nou Camp departure due to the fact that he is by no means guaranteed a first team spot under boss Tito Vilanova and talk of an apparent falling out with Argentine Lionel Messi may well play a part in a possible exit from the Catalan giants. The former Valencia man hasn’t made the biggest of impacts since his move to the Spanish giants from Valencia and a long term injury further stifled his progress at Barcelona and there are perhaps two good reasons why the 30 year old could be open to a move to a move to Stamford Bridge. CHELSEA RUMORES Según Portugués fuente Abola Chelsea peleará Juventus El delantero del Barcelona David Villa. El lado oeste de Londres continuará con la experiencia internacional español, que bien puede ser interesado en una salida Camp Nou debido al hecho de que ...
but what sort of stadium are they compared to Stamford Bridge? And I've heard that the nou camp is amazing!
Cristiano Ronaldo becomes the first player to score in sixth consecutive Clasicos!!! This could be The Knowledge material but I will ask it here anyway: in 2004-05, Mourinho's Chelsea had 1-0 lead at Nou Camp and lost 2-1. In 2005-06 Chelsea had 1-0 lead at Stamford Bridge only to lose 1-2. He lost match in Supercup this season despite being 1-0 ahead. Is Barcelona team with the biggest number of come-backs against Mourinho? I don't know the answer off the top of my head but probably. Generally you don't beat a Mourinho side once they score first.
Stamford Bridge is half the size of Nou Camp but we still have a better atmosphere!!
We'll maybe start a wee campaign to have made as unwelcome at the Nou Camp as he is now at Stamford Bridge?
Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo has been dubbed "The Caretaker" inside English football. The Daily Star Sunday says Di Matteo, 42, is still being referred to in the game as “The Caretaker” because of that shadow - Pep Guardiola. The former Barcelona boss IS the man Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich wants in charge at Stamford Bridge. But Guardiola, 41, was adamant he was taking a year out after quitting his trophy- laden career at the Nou Camp at the end of last season. However, the feeling at other Premier League clubs is that Guardiola will be back next season - at the Bridge.
Chelsea midfielder Ramires happy for AVB over Spurs job Chelsea midfielder Ramires is happy to see Andre Villas-Boas in charge of Tottenham . Ramires was a support of AVB during his troubled time at Stamford Bridge. He said: "I think it will be a very close season in England. Along with the two Manchester teams, we, Arsenal , Liverpool and Tottenham will be in the race. "Everyone knows I was supportive of Andre Villas-Boas and I hope he does well at Tottenham - but just not against us. "But this year it will be harder to win games. Personally, last season was a dream for me. Titles and a goal at the Nou Camp against Barca will always be in my head."
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.
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Have hardly slept after reading the Mirror story that Rafa will be interviewed for job. Please be true. " Bring back zonal marking, anti Ferguson rants, going to the San Siro, Nou Camp, Stamford Bridge, Bernabeau, Old Trafford and winning. Bring back a million of us in town on the tins waitin for the European Cup to come home. Bring back Rafael Benitez.
Fernando Torres has been transformed in great over a week. In fact, the Spaniard was the odd man out for long periods at Stamford Bridge last night. Torres was easily Chelsea's most dangerous player as he looked lively, went close and laid on chances for his team mates. The striker is quite simply unrecognisable from the player who came on as a second half substitute in Barcelona a week last Tuesday - the player who horribly miscontrolled a pass, wasted an opening and left most people wondering whether he could ever get back to his old self. But that breakaway goal at the Nou Camp, taking the ball from deep and then rounding Victor Valdes, put him on the road to redemption. A hat-trick against QPR on Sunday and Torres appears to be on the comeback trail. Torres has never lost his popularity with the Chelsea faithful, but even they sang his name louder. It was clear from the moment he took down a nearly-impossib lead-to-deal-with Branislav Ivanovic pass early on that he was in the mood. Torres' cross set u ...
This is Roberto Di Matteo's record since taking over in March: P16 W11 D4 L1 Gs37 Ga14 P=Played W=Wins D=Draws L=Losses Gs=Goals scored Ga=Goals against He beat Napoli 4-1 when everyone including Chelsea fans had ruled it out! He beat Benfica home & away! He eliminated world's best team,Barca, from the Champs League winning at Stamford Bridge & picking a draw at Nou Camp! He led Chelsea to its 2nd Champions League final in 4yrs! He led Chelsea to the FA Cup final! He's hopeful of finishing in the top four! Players like John Terry, Frank Lampard,Didier Drogba, Michael Essien, Salomon Kalou, Ashley Cole etc have improved. Does Chelsea Football club need another manager???!
Iniesta scored a stoppage time goal at Stamford Bridge in 2009.Torres scored in added time at Nou Camp yesterday.
Fulham Broadway Pub (100 metres from Stamford Bridge): The moment Fernando Torres scored in the Nou Camp
Stamford Bridge (112.6 x 73.3 yards) and Nou Camp (115 × 74 yards). So what the heck about the so called massive size of the Nou Camp? Chelsea Rules Joor!!!
I never thot we wld be saying this to our mighty Barcelona. But after the events of the past few days, expect th following at a bookshop near you: 1. Football made difficult by Chelsea 2. How to reverse a 50m impairment loss by Torress 3. Things fall apart by Pep Gaudiolla 4. In life a miss is a messi by Lionnel Messi 5. Chii chaunza mhepo mumusha by Puyol 6. Keep your Nou Camp and I will keep my Stamford Bridge~Drogba 7. Hero turns villain~Lionel Messi
they said Barca would trash Chelsea home and away. Chelsea won in Stamford Bridge, they said luck was on their side, that they would not escape a humiliation in Nou Camp. Now, the reverse has been d case despite playing one man down from d first half of the game. UP CHELSEA!
Abramovich to target Guardiola Harry Harris, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has sent out the message that he wants the best manager in the world and has targeted Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola in the summer after a move for Rafa Benitez fell through. - Villas-Boas sacked by Chelsea Having decided to sack Andre Villas-Boas, Benitez was considered on a short term deal until the end of the season, but it collapsed as the former Liverpool boss wanted a minimum of a two-year contract. ESPNsoccernet sources hinted that Benitez might well have been interviewed last Wednesday for around five hours and that, on Friday, Abramovich's hierarchy had an emergency meeting to decide whether to axe AVB ahead of the match at West Brom. After deciding to give him one final chance, a 1-0 defeat to the Baggies sealed his fate and Guardiola is now the coach Abramovich believes can sort out the mess at Stamford Bridge as he would command total respect for his achievements with the stellar names at the Nou Camp. A source told ESP ...
Chelsea Bunker at Stamford Bridge, but Will it Work at Nou Camp? Fan Take - Yahoo! Sports: ESPN (blog)Chelsea Bu...
Great score !!! It only left to complete the job at Nou Camp. Amazing Stamford Bridge !!!
(Read about past of chelsea they can do it on wednesday) Along with the so-called 'Scandal of Stamford Bridge', these two have served up some classics in recent years and here's our pick... Barcelona 5-1 Chelsea (April 2000) Chelsea arrived at the Nou Camp with a healthy 3-1 first-leg lead but were left licking their wounds come the end of the evening. 2-1 down with minutes to play, the Blues looked set for a place in the last four, only for Dani to level the tie. Barcelona might have won it in 90 minutes, but Rivaldo missed from the spot late on. Their reprieve however was short lived, as Celestine Babayaro was sent off in extra time and Rivaldo made no mistake second time round from the spot. There was still time for Patrick Kluivert to put a fifth past Ed de Goey and complete Chelsea's misery. Chelsea 4-2 Barcelona (March 2005) A 2-1 reverse in the Nou Camp gave Chelsea every chance of springing a surprise and they were three goals to the good within just 19 minutes here. But Barcelona, and more specif ...
GLEN HODDLE : "The only team that can beat Barcelona is Chelsea, they can do it, play Drogba at Stamford bridge and Torres at Nou Camp"
Stamford Bridge on the 18th, Nou Camp 24th.
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