Stamford Bridge & Salomon Kalou
Stamford Bridge is a football stadium located in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, London. Salomon Armand Magloire Kalou (born 5 August 1985) is an Ivorian footballer who plays as a striker or winger for Chelsea in the Premier League. /5
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STATS: The last time Chelsea and Leicester City met was on Sunday, the 18th of March 2012 in the Fa Cup at Stamford Bridge. Wow! It was a 5-2 defeat for the Foxes. England defender Gary Cahill put the Blues in the driving seat after 12 minutes before Salomon Kalou doubled the lead five minutes later to make it 2-0. Former Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres made it 3-0 in the 67th minute before Jamaican striker Jermaine Beckford pulled one back ten minutes later. Fernando Torres struck again in the 85th minute as he grabbed a brace before Ben Marshall's stunning long-range effort reduced the tally. Future Fenerbahce midfielder Raul Meireles added an icing on the cake with a stoppage time effort as the Blues dumped the visitors out of the competition.
Salomon Kalou could be on his way back to the Premier League, with both Liverpool and Arsenal battling for his signature. The former Chelsea striker has impressed since leaving Stamford Bridge for Lille and reports claim that both Liverpool and Arsenal are keen to do a deal. The Gunners were linked with a move for Kalou when he was with Chelsea but nothing materialised and the 28-year-old ended up returning to France instead. The striker was again linked to both clubs in January and speculation is already raging ahead of the transfer window re-opening later in the year. Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is keen to bolster his squad for next season's Champions League campaign and Kalou, who has experience at the highest level, would fit the bill perfectly. Arsene Wenger wants at least one more striker to put pressure on Olivier Giroud, and it looks as though it will be down to the player to decide where he will be playing his football next season. Source: ClubCall (James)
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Jose Mourinho will bring stability to Chelsea and inspire a new generation to success, according to striker Salomon Kalou, who played under him at Stamford Bridge. Steve Lomas was today set to be appointed manager of Millwall. Liverpool are close to finalising a deal to sign Spanish striker Iago Aspas. Michael Laudrup is expected to remain as Swansea manager despite a reported disagreement over transfer funds. New West Ham goalkeeper Adrian is relishing the prospect of playing in the Premier League. NEWHAM RECORDER Gareth Bale is determined to avoid a "downward spiral" by staying grounded - and he has highlighted the importance of his team-mates and Andre Villas-Boas after his stellar season. Jackson Martinez's agent has rubbished speculation that the Porto striker could be on his way to Tottenham. Martin Jol is in the market for a new back- up goalkeeper after Mark Schwarzer's decision to leave. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Manchester City must wait to add their third marquee signing f ...
The colours will be violently blue on Sunday when Ivory Coast take on Nigeria in the quarterfinals of the Afcon, where the pair Didier Drogba and Salomon Kalou will juxtapose Mikel Obi and Victor Moses in a *** that will likely disunite millions of fans who physically or virtually gather at Stamford Bridge every other weekend. Who will you support as a Chelsea fan?
Transfer Rumours =Arsenal Boss Arsene Wenger Rules Out Thierry Henry Loan Return =Wesley Sneijder's agent has dismissed speculation linking the Inter Milan playmaker with a move to Tottenham in January. =Chelsea midfielder Oriol Romeu would welcome the signing of David Villa with open arms if the prolific Spain international ends up moving to Stamford Bridge during the transfer window. =Lille forward Salomon Kalou says he is happy at the French club but is unsure whether he will stay during next month's transfer window. =Anderlecht striker Dieumerci Mbokani has revealed it is his dream to play in the Premier League amid ongoing speculation linking him with a move. Several top-flight clubs, including Tottenham, Liverpool and Newcastle, are thought to be keen on the Congo international. The 27-year-old says he wants to stay at Anderlecht but admits he could be tempted by a Premier League switch. =Report: Arsenal 'agree terms' to sign Atletico player! Arsenal have reportedly agreed terms to sign Arda Turan a ...
chelsea 8-0 wigan Chelsea went into the final day of the 2009/10 Premier League season knowing a victory would secure their first league title win since 2006. Premiership rivals Manchester Utd emphatically beat Stoke 4-0 on the last day, but this couldn't be matched by the Blues 8-0 demolition of Wigan at Stamford Bridge. Nicolas Anelka and Didier Drogba both found the net twice, while Ashley Cole, Salomon Kalou and Frank Lampard also found the net. In addition to earning a shiny trophy, Carlo Ancelotti's men became the first team in English history to score seven or more goals on four occasions in a league season. They also became the first Premier League side to score a hundred or more goals in a season after putting away a club-record 103 goals in the campaign. Wigan finished the season with the league's worst goals difference (minus-42). This was the second time in 2009/10 that they had been beaten by an eight-goal deficit in London.
Chelsea have been through quite a lot in that 200 days. Take a look at the squad list for that final in Munich and cross out the likes of Didier Drogba, Salomon Kalou, Jose Bosingwa, Michael Essien and even manager Roberto Di Matteo. You can cross out any hopes they have of defending the title in a few hours' time as well - unless they beat Nordsjaelland at Stamford Bridge, and Shakhtar Donetsk beat Juventus in Ukraine.
Monday, October 15, 2012 - Chelsea defender Ashley Cole, could leave the Stamford Bridge outfit at the end of the season after declining to sign a new contract. The reigning European championswill not be offering any player above 30 years a lucrative contract extension, a situation that could force the defender together with other senior Chelsea players out of Stamford Bridge. The England international is defiant he will not sign the one-year extension on offer andis preparing to speak with foreign clubs, with Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, featuring prominently. The Blues owner Roman Abramovich is keen to build a youthful team as demonstrated by the signings of Hazard, Oscar and Victor Moses. Ashley Cole could follow the likes of Didier Drogba, Salomon Kalou and Jose Bosingwa who all left the Blues over the summer. Big spending Ligue1 side Paris Saint-German has set their sighton 31- year old Chelsea defender. PSG manager, Carlo Ancelotti is known to be a huge admirer of the versatile left back hav ...
Malouda: I’m training with the kids CHELSEA outcast Florent Malouda has been banished to train with the club’s youth team. Malouda, 32, was expected to follow Didier Drogba, Jose Bosingwa and Salomon Kalou out of the Stamford Bridge exit door this summer. But a move failed to materialise and the Frenchman admits his time with Roberto Di Matteo’s first-team squad has come to an end. To emphasise ...
Barca dreams give Chelsea identity crisis 2 hours ago LONDON (AFP) - When Roberto Di Matteo screamed “We won it” at Roman Abramovich as Chelsea started their Champions League celebrations, the Blues manager can’t have realised he was signalling the end of an era at Stamford Bridge. Just over three months after Chelsea’s rollercoaster season reached a memorable peak with the miracle in Munich, much has already changed at the west London club. Talismanic striker Didier Drogba, the club’s Champions League final hero, is now playing in China, while long-serving stars like Jose Bosingwa and Salomon Kalou have been shown to the exit. In their place have arrived exciting young talents Eden Hazard, Oscar and Marko Marin, who are expected to transform Chelsea from the battle-hardened group who excelled at grinding opponents into submission into the Premier League’s version of Barcelona. It is a remarkable transformation for a team crowned European champions and Fa Cup winners so recently. But crucially ...
Happy birthday to you! (FIFA.com) Sunday 5 August 2012 © AFP In our regular Sunday feature, FIFA.com presents you with some of the biggest names in football who will be celebrating their birthdays during the coming week. 5. Salomon Kalou (27) has enjoyed arguably the greatest year of his career with Chelsea, picking up winners’ medals in the UEFA Champions League and Fa Cup. Having already won the English league, three Fa Cups, the League Cup and the Community Shield during his time at Stamford Bridge, the Ivorian attacking midfielder will leave for new club Lille with his head held high. On the international stage, Kalou represented Côte d'Ivoire at the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™, as well as in the last three CAF Africa Cup of Nations, helping Les Elephants to reach the final in the most recent continental tournament. 6. Robin Van Persie (29) has had a year of contrasting emotions. On an individual level, the prolific marksman registered his best season since arriving at Arsenal, finishing t ...
Chelsea's Champions League triumph was the icing on the cake for a core of older players that have enjoyed sustained success since Jose Mourinho arrived at the club in 2004, but with Didier Drogba, Jose Bosingwa and Salomon Kalou departed from Stamford Bridge and Frank Lampard 34 years old, the Blue...
Chelsea ace Michael Essien says he will miss duo Didier Drogba and Salomon Kalou who have left Stamford Bridge this summer.
Fernando Torres wrote: Salomon Kalou has agreed a four year dealwho departs after six seasons at Stamford Bridge here!
Report: Salomon Kalou to undergo Lille medical before agreeing four-year deal The Cote d'Ivoire international is set to complete his move to LOSC from Stamford Bridge after the former French champions fought off competition from numerous European clubs
BREAKING NEWS: Chelsea are set to sign Jim Jam Atalo from Shamakhokho fc and Bakal Jnr Bakal from Garissa Utd in a bid to replace Didier Drogba and Salomon Kalou at Stamford Bridge. In other news; Domynae Dommy 's move to Man-utd has faltered after failing a medical test due to excessive alcohol consumption n 2 much 'hitting on ladies'.
Didier Drogba of Chelsea jokes with John Mikel Obi and Salomon Kalou during Chelsea training prior to tomorrows Champions League match against Olympiacos at Stamford Bridge on March 4, 2008 in Chelsea, England
Olympique Lyonnais keeping tabs on Salomon Kalou: The Chelsea man is keen on leaving Stamford Bridge this summer...
TRANSFERS AND TATA FO Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich landed Lille winger Eden Hazard, 21, by agreeing a £32m, five-year deal worth £4.8m a season to the Belgian playmaker. Salomon Kalou, 26, is set to leave English football and sign for Germany's Schalke now his Chelsea contract has expired. Newcastle new boy Romain Amalfitano is excited about his forthcoming Magpies move and determined to earn his place in the team. Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has signed a new four-year contract to keep him at Stamford Bridge until 2016. Belgian youngster Florent Cuvelier has signed a new contract with Stoke City, turning down a move to Middlesbrough.
Chelsea are set to release both Salomon Kalou and Jose Bosingwa when their contracts expire in the summer. - Di Matteo in the frame - Torres given assurances Kalou, 26, and Bosingwa, 29, both started against Bayern Munich in Saturday's Champions League final, but are not expected to be named on the club's retained list on Thursday. Bosingwa and Kalou will follow Didier Drogba in leaving the club after the striker confirmed he would leave Stamford Bridge after eight years. Drogba's Ivory Coast team-mate Kalou, who was signed from Feyenoord in 2006, is out of contract, while Chelsea have not taken up a one-year option on Bosingwa's deal. Kalou has made more than 250 appearances in six years at Chelsea, while Bosingwa has made 127 appearances during a four-year spell at the club
Chelsea have announced that Werder Bremen attacker Marko Marin will join the club at the end of the season. The 23-year-old Germany international has agreed personal terms with the Stamford Bridge outfit and will transfer between the sides for an undisclosed fee. Reports in Germany suggest that Blues striker Romelu Lukaku will move in the other direction on a loan deal until the end of next season. Marin, who can play anywhere across the midfield, has 16 caps and one goal for his nation since making his debut in 2008. Injures have hindered Marin's 2011/12 season and he has made just 21 appearances, hitting the back of the net once. Marin joined Werder in 2009 after beginning his career at Borussia Monchengladbach. He won the European Under-21 Championship with Germany in the same year. His arrival will increase speculation that Salomon Kalou, whose contract runs out this summer, is on his way out of Chelsea. The transfer of Marin has taken place despite the fact Chelsea do not currently have a full-timema ...
Chelsea WILL cut loose Drogba, Kalou and Bosingwa Chelsea are ready to say goodbye to Didier Drogba. The Mirror says Chelsea were so far off the pace in the Premier League that they were only the third best club in London as they limped in sixth, sparking the desire for a major shake-up this summer. Drogba will be the biggest casualty as he is likely to go to China for one last pay day after Chelsea stalled on giving their European hero a new two-year contract. Salomon Kalou and Jose Bosingwa, two more European heroes, are also set to go as the clear out begins at Stamford Bridge. My take Lampard n Malouda nko?
Salomon Kalou believes Chelsea would not have won the Champions League if Andre Villas-Boas had remained in charge at Stamford Bridge.
Salomon Kalou admits Chelsea only started to believe they could win the Champions League after Andre Villas-Boas was sacked. The Portuguese boss was relieved of his duties in March after a disastrous spell at Stamford Bridge, with Roberto Di Matteo taking over temporary charge.
Marko Marin Chelsea have already begun their rebuilding process by signing 23-year-old Werder Bremen winger Marko Marin for £7million. WerderBremen chairman Klaus Allofs confirmed Marin would be movingto Stamford Bridge next season ona five-year deal having passed a medical. Marin is a left-sided player and likely to be a direct replacement for Salomon Kalou, who is out of contract in the summer and expected to leave, and Florent Malouda, who is out of favour. The Midfielder was born in Bosnia-Herzegovina and moved to Germany when he was two years old. He has grown up in the German system and played 15 times for his country. He has endured a mixed season at Bremen, where he has scored just once in 22 appearances and has been played out of position in central midfield and been injured.
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???!
Chelsea forward Salomon Kalou has become a surprise target for AC Milan and could make a summer move from Stamford Bridge to San Siro.
Salomon Kalou shared the following link and had this to say about it: Jose Mourinho has revealed he does not want to return to Chelsea at the end of the season! Read more: [via the Guardian] Madrid manager Jose Mourinho is determined to stay in Spain, and won't head back to Stamford Bridge
CHELSEA SET RELEASE 9 PLAYERS IN MASSIVE CLEAR OUT Chelsea may allow six first team players to leave Stamford Bridge this summer, with Roman Abramovich reportedly looking to lower the squad wage bill. Chelsea are ready to listen to offers for up to six first-team players this summer, as owner Roman Abramovich looks to clear the clubs wage bill before installing a new manager. Branislav Ivanovic, Paulo Ferreira, John Obi Mikel, Florent Malouda, Salomon Kalou and back up goalkeeper Ross Turnbull have all been told they can quit Stamford Bridge if a suitable offer arises, while £18 million summer signing Romelu Lukaku will be allowed to leave on loan, with talks already taking place about a return to former club Anderlecht. On top of those told they can go, several players are also considering their future, including Didier Drogba, Jose Bosingwa and Yossi Benayoun, currently on loan with Arsenal, with all seeking guarantees of playing time next season. OSD- It has been widely written that Chelsea’s squad ...
Salomon Kalou has revealed he feared the same being axed under Andre Villas-Boas but now wants to sign a new contract at Stamford Bridge.
Just in from at Stamford Bridge: Salomon Kalou wants assurances before signing a new Chelsea contract -
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