Tag Archive: Lampard

Apr 30

David Luiz’s patience in midfield to decide the tie: Chelsea vs Atletico Madrid UCL Semis Preview

After witnessing what was in no every possible capacity, a mauling of reigning champions last night, tonight’s clash between Chelsea and Atletico Madrid will be expected to have something similar in store. While Atletico will be looking to ride their hot form and reach the final after almost 40 years, Chelsea will be looking to …

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Apr 22

Mourinho’s shift to 4-3-3 with David Luiz holding the key: UCL Semis – Atletico Madrid vs Chelsea Preview

We finally arrive at a juncture in the Champions League where all bets are off, and it is almost impossible to predict which team will make it to the finals. The semifinals of football’s biggest club competition are here, and four very strong teams will be battling to reach the final in Lisbon. In the …

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Jan 14

Nemanja Matic – A complete solution to Chelsea’s midfield.

With none of their title competitors making any moves in the transfer market yet, Chelsea are about to complete their first signing of the winter transfer window. And this time, it is a familiar face returning to Stamford Bridge after he was sold to Benfica almost 3 years ago. Nemanja Matic will don the blue …

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Jan 09

Chelsea’s Mid Season Report: Jose striving for “tactical flexibility”, as Oscar and Ramires become key pins

Touted as joint title favorites alongside Manchester City, Chelsea, after negotiating a roller-coaster ride of 5 months stand third in the table, only 2 points off the summit.The English League this season has probably been the most thrilling, even though we are still at half way point. The quality of players migrating to England, particularly …

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Dec 02

Chelsea 3-1 Southampton: Mourinho debunks Saints’ tactics as Chelsea search for consistency

Chelsea came back from a goal down and a sub-standard first half performance to clinch a tie which held reasonable amount of significance. Mourinho’s unbeaten home record with Chelsea was facing the dark side and John Terry’s 400th Premier League appearance was going to end on a sad note. But, that had to wait for …

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