Stamford Bridge & Uefa Champions League
Stamford Bridge is a football stadium located in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, London. The UEFA Champions League known simply as the Champions League and originally known as the European Champion Clubs' Cup or European Cup, is an annual international club football competition organised by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) since 1955 for the top football clubs in Europe. /5
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Mou discussed his plan with chief executive Ron Gourlay and technical director Michael Emenalo on the return from the Vicente Calderon. Chelsea head coach Jose Mourinho has been given the green light to go ahead with plans to field a weakened team in the club's Premier League title showdown with Liverpool at Anfield this weekend, according to reports in the Guardian. Read great Chelsea stories in Indonesian Bahasa! Chelsea berita . The west London club travel to Merseyside to take on the Premier League leaders on Sunday afternoon trailing the Reds now by five points with only three games left to play in the league this season. And with the Blues set to face La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid in the second leg of their huge Uefa Champions League semi-final at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night, the self-styled Special One has been keen to rest as many players who will feature against the Spaniards for the visit to Anfield. The Portuguese saw the west Londoners secure an impressive goalless draw in the first l ...
Galatasaray's Didier Drogba trains Champions League sights on Chelsea Former Stamford Bridge striker and favourite has saved his best form for a tournament he won with them in 2012 Shanghai is a long way from the Uefa Champions League both geographically and competitively, which is why Didier Drogba finds himself in Turkey and how it has come about that he lines up for Galatasaray against Chelsea in Istanbul this week. Time is no longer on the striker's side. He will have turned 36 by the time the return leg at Stamford Bridge takes place next month and, though a move back to Chelsea in a playing capacity was briefly mooted last year, new reports linking him with various MLS clubs appear to make more sense. José Mourinho, satisfied that Chelsea saw the best of the Ivorian first time round, is already preparing a royal welcome. "The Turkish champions with King Didier is the draw we would have asked for," the Chelsea manager said. "When he comes back to this club he deserves a reception better than mine." ...
Ambrose saves Nigeria’s blushes in UCL Defender Efe Ambrose put in a strong performance on Wednesday night as he inspired Celtic to a place in the last 16 of the Uefa Champions League. The defender was impressive and almost scored with a powerful header in the second half as the Hoops beat Spartak Moscow 2-1 to advance to the knockout round of the competition. Celtic finished in third place in Group G, three points adrift of Barcelona who topped the standings on 13 points. Emmanuel Emenike played all 90 minutes for Spartak Moscow and impressed with an the assist for his club’s only goal, dispatched in exhilarating fashion by strike partner, Ariclenes da Silva Ferreira. It was heartbreak for the two Nigerians on the books of the European champions, Chelsea. Victor Moses and John Obi Mikel saw their side trounce FC Nordsjælland 6-1 at Stamford Bridge but still bow out of the competition. The Blues finished in their group on 10 points which meant a third place finish in Group E. Moses impressed on Wedne ...
Nigeria Africa 2013 Afcon England EPL Europe Global Transfers Uefa Champions League Video Soccerex England New Chelsea boss Benitez shrugs off Blues boos The coach was subject to intense jeering before the game had even started at Stamford Bridge as well as banners protesting about his appointment after Roberto Di Matteo's sacking Nov 25, 2012 9:01:00 PM By Rhys Turrell MORE ON : Chelsea Fc, Rafa Benítez 0 Comments 0 Awesome 0 Dislike Getty Image Rafael Benitez has shrugged off the booing directed at him before Chelsea's 0-0 draw with Manchester City at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. DON'T MISS Player Ratings: Chelsea 0-0 Man City Match Report: Chelsea 0-0 Man City Benitez booed by Chelsea fans Benitez not fazed by Guardiola link Benitez: I did not expect to be at Chelsea Cech sad to see Di Matteo leave Chelsea Blues fans sang songs in favour of ex-boss Roberto Di Matteo, before unleashing more boos and jeers when the Spaniard came out of the tunnel at the beginning of the game. But despite the hostile start ...
Stamford Bridge has spoken: Rafael Benitez, you're not welcome here.
Real Madrid new boy Michael Essien has revealed he was in constant touch with club icon Cristiano Ronaldo while at English side Chelsea. The 29-year-old Ghana deputy captain completed a shocking season long-loan move to the Santiago Bernabéu few hours before the closure of the transfer window from European champions Chelsea. Madrid are chasing their 10th Uefa Champions League title and manager Jose Mourinho wants to assemble a formidable squad to win the title. Essien must quickly adjust to the Real Madrid playing style and gel with his new team-mates to succeed and the former Stamford Bridge favourite says he had been talking to Cristiano Ronaldo while at Chelsea. “I was following Madrid’s games. I do kind of speak to Cristiano as well on the phone and we also exchange text messages.” He told Real Madrid TV. He is expected to make his La Liga debut for Madrid against Sevilla on September 15
Sir Alex Ferguson believes Didier Drogba's departure from Chelsea is good news for Manchester United as he has such a great record in big games. Drogba inspired the Blues to Uefa Champions League glory at the end of last season before announcing that he had decided to bring his eight-year spell at Stamford Bridge to an end. He has since secured a transfer to Chinese side Shanghai Shenhua, and Ferguson doubts whether Chelsea will remain as strong a force in the future. Ferguson feels that Drogba was such a key player for Roberto Di Matteo's side that his summer exit can only be welcomed by the other Premier League title challengers. "When you think of the season he's just had, I must say it is a big boost for us that Drogba is leaving Chelsea," Ferguson said in The People. "He scored that fantastic goal in the final with two minutes to go and his goalscoring record in the big games, in big finals, is incredible. "As far as I was concerned, he won the Champions League for Chelsea."
Chelsea are set to launch a fresh bid to sign versatile German forward André Schürrle which may spell the end of Daniel Strurridge's career at Stamford Bridge
Lionel Messi of Barcelona in action during the UEFA Champions League Semi Final first leg match between Chelsea and Barcelona at Stamford Bridge on April 18, 2012 in London, England.
News from London, Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea FC reports that The UEFA Champions League trophy that they were crowned in may this yr has been BROKEN!. 3 officials who were reported to have messed with this trophy have been suspended with immediate effect. What tha *** Maskio ya kombe haiko! A replica?? Na wakipewa ORIGINAL??
As Drogba prepares to leave Stamford Bridge, we take a look back at his career at Chelsea
Chelsea showered with celery as they leave Stamford Bridge on victory parade with UEFA Champions League Cup.
We finally got our dreams to reality.The long awaited and wanted UEFA Champions League trophy by Chelsea owner is heading to Stamford Bridge.Congratulations les blues"""Drogba is Chelsea legend forever.
Chelsea's domestic season ended with a tight but entertaining home victory against Blackburn Rovers at a sun-drenched Stamford Bridge.
Stamford Bridge, London is d destination of Uefa Champions League Trophy dis Season.
The Champions League holders, Barcelona head to Stamford Bridge once again to take on Roberto Di Matteo’s men with both sides bidding for a place in the finals.
Must say today's result from the UEFA Champion's League Semi Final between Chelsea FC and FC Barcelona was intense. Chelsea won 1-0 at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea's house. And now, it all comes down to next week at Camp Nou, Barcelona's house. Good luck to the both of them, and may the best team win and punch their to ticket to the Final. For the record, I am going to be neutral for this semi-final, for these are both my teams.
Messi misfires & Barcelona blunder as Chelsea claim unexpected first-leg cheer The superstar forward was a long way short of his brilliant best as the Blaugrana failed to make themost of their supremacy, leaving them with much to do at Camp Nou Apr 18, 2012 10:15:00 PM UEFA Champions League :Lionel Messi, Chelsea FC v Barcelona COMMENT By Kris Voakes They may well have dominated possession just as in any other game, but Barcelona’s 1-0 defeat to Chelsea in the Champions League semi-final first leg at Stamford Bridge tonight was all their own doing. And at the crux of their disappointment was Lionel Messi’s inability to stamp his undoubted class on proceedings. That Messi played a crucial role in the winninggoal was no great shock. That it was in handing over possession to Frank Lampard in the build-up to Didier Drogba’s crucial strike that he left his greatest mark on the game was unexpected to say the least. Moments earlier he had gone down off the ball and with the amount of collisions going on ac ...
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