Saturday, March 28, 2009

Chelsea Gossip News.

Winger Ricardo Quaresma wants to make his loan deal at Chelsea a permanent move from Inter Milan. (Daily Mirror)

Real Madrid midfielder Rafael van der Vaart expects to join Chelsea this summer. "I hope the signing will be closed soon," said the Dutchman. (Daily Mail)

Bayern Munich boss Uli Hoeness is expecting a "brutal fight" to keep midfielder Franck Ribery, with Manchester City, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Chelsea all chasing the Frenchman. (Various)

Guus Hiddink looks likely to continue his dual role as Chelsea and Russia coach beyond this season after the Russian Football Association said it is happy to discuss the idea. (Various)

Alternatively, Chelsea are set to ask Hiddink to stay on as director of football rather than manager. (Various)

WHO WOULD YOU LIKE CHELSEA TO SIGN NEXT SUMMER? thoughts on the chatbox please..

Sunday, March 22, 2009


I came across some interesting news about Chelsea's new Management Structure that FRANK RIJKAARD could be Chelsea's next Manager and FRANK ARNESEN has been promoted to Director of Football.

Meanwhile, Ajax's Chief Scout, Hans Van Der Zee will be joining Chelsea with the similar role. Gus Hiddink in the other hand will be given the role of Senior Consultancy.

If this is true, then I must say, Chelsea's going Dutch! :)

Thoughts please!

Tottenham 1 - 0 Chelsea


With kick-off delayed by 30 minutes and news filtering through that United were losing at Craven Cottage, Guus Hiddink's Blues knew a win would put them right back in contention for the title.

The only problem was no one had told Tottenham and Luka Modric, who netted the only goal of the game, that they were required to roll over and die.

Having seen his side slip to their first defeat under his leadership, Hiddink could not hide his disappointment at full-time.

The Dutchman said: "Today was an ideal opportunity to close the gap on Manchester United and we missed it.

"These are the days you look back on and regret very much when you are in a title race.

"We cannot afford to drop two or three points in any game if we want to catch United and today we lost — it's a huge blow.

"Still, we have two other roads to trophies (the FA Cup and Champions League) and we must learn a big lesson from today if we want to challenge for those.

"I can't argue with the result — it was a fair reflection."

Spurs frustrated their fierce rivals during a goalless first half with skipper Robbie Keane forcing Petr Cech into action on two occasions.

Chelsea enjoyed their fair share of possession without causing any real danger before Modric stunned Hiddink five minutes after the break by drilling the home side ahead.

Aaron Lennon gave England colleague Ashley Cole a torrid time all afternoon and it was the winger who created the opening for Modric.

Lennon's cross rolled into the Croatian's path and his curling right-foot effort left Cech well beaten.

Chelsea threw John Terry up front in the dying minutes and Alex hit the bar with a thumping header.

But it was too little, too late as Spurs dug in to condemn the Blues to a defeat which could finally end their Premier League challenge.

As for Tottenham, the result kills any lingering fears of relegation and Harry Redknapp insists the only was is up for his side.

The delighted boss said: "That is a big three points for us and we've been in great form of late.

"I think that's 18 points from our last nine games, which is terrific.

"We've a long way to go to get into the top four — that's very, very difficult — and I'm not going to kid myself or anyone by saying we're close to that at the moment.

"But we were excellent today and I thought we were comfortable throughout, even if they put us under pressure in the last 10 minutes.

"We're in a good situation now where we can start looking up.

"I don't know what it'll take to stay up but, with the way we're playing, we're all about how high up we can finish in the table now."

Tottenham: Gomes, Corluka, Woodgate, King, Assou-Ekotto, Lennon (Zokora 90), Jenas, Palacios, Modric (O'Hara 87), Bent, Keane. Subs not used: Cudicini, Bentley, Huddlestone, Pavlyuchenko, Dawson. Booked: Palacios, Modric.

Goal: Modric 50.

Chelsea: Cech, Bosingwa, Alex, Terry, Ashley Cole, Essien (Malouda 76), Ballack, Lampard, Belletti (Quaresma 61), Drogba, Anelka. Subs not used: Hilario, Ivanovic, Di Santo, Kalou, Mancienne. Booked: Belletti, Ballack.

Saturday, March 21, 2009


The Champions League has been made and we've got the toughest one.

Liverpool vs Chelsea

Villareal vs Arsenal

Man.utd vs Porto

Barcelona vs Bayern Munich

Can we do it one more time? Thoughts please! :)

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Chelsea 1 - 0 Manchester City

Chelsea won again at home and what a needed win it was!

I can remember Chelsea had many chances but failed to make that chance pay with chances from Michael Ballack, Didier Drogba and Malouda. Something was just wrong with the boots today I guess! (players falling, shooting off-target etc..)

But as long as we win then I don't have any complaints!


Chelsea vs Man.City (Preview)

Chelsea will continue in their pursuit of the Premier League title tonight at home against Manchester City and with United's defeat last night to Liverpool, I hope Chelsea can take this opportunity to stay close with the league leaders.

Team News:

I don't expect to see many changes to the line-up we had in Turin. But I do hope Quaresma gets a start and show off some skills in Robinho's face! But yeah, I expect the lineup to be: Cech, A.Cole, Terry, Carvalho, Bosingwa, Ballack, Mikel, Lampard, Essien, Kalou, Malouda, Drogba. By the way, I read that our Triple X Vin Diesel look-a-like Alex will be rested tonight.

Man to watch:

Didier Drogba has been a different man of late scoring 3 goals in 5 games! So he definitely is the man to watch tonight!


I still have doubts about Chelsea playing at home because the record says so. But I think I'll put that doubt to rest and go for a confident not so big but a 1-0 win!

Don't forget tonight's "Battle of the Riches!" on Espn and the game starts at 9.30pm Brunei time!

UP THE BLUES! Robinho is a bi@tch! :P

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Champions League Top 8 teams!

Good news for the English teams in the Champions League as they went through to the next round in the Champions League.

The teams that are through are:
6.Bayern Munich
7.FC Porto

Now the big question is, "WHO DO YOU THINK CHELSEA WILL GET?"

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Juventus 2-2 Chelsea


Drogba once again was the hero to bring down Juventus and Chelsea now will go to the top 8 teams.

Essien made a comeback and what a way to come back with a goal!

All in all, it was an intense game but the referee made the game suck! He keeps on blowing his damn stupid whistle like every minute!!

Anyway, Chelsea are through to the next round and the big question is.... WHO'S NEXT??


Juventus vs Chelsea

The game is going to start in a few hours and I just can't wait for the outcome.

It will be shown live on Espnstar so be sure to catch it later!


Saturday, March 7, 2009

Coventry 0 - 2 Chelsea

Superb game where Chelsea were dominant throughout the whole match!

I thought The Guus will be resting some key players for the Juventus match but it turns out Chelsea were at full force!

It was nice to see Essien come back again.

Quaresma did very well with an assist to Alex's superb goal! What a finishing from the Brazilian defender!

Didier Drogba once again showed why he is the man to bring Chelsea success this season when he destroyed fragile Coventry defenders and beating the keeper too!

Anyway, next game is a big one! Juventus is next! Up the blues!


We Reveal The New BCFC Logo

This is the new logo for Brunei Chelsea Fan Club.. Designed by Aziz..

Any comments, view about this new logo, don't hesitate to comment on the chatbox.. With this new logo, soon we going to have an official BCFC Shirt.. Hope every Chelsea fans in Brunei don't miss opportunity to buy it..

Coventry vs Chelsea (preview)

Tonight Chelsea will be playing against Coventry in an FA cup tie.

The game is shown live on ESPNstar at 8pm!

Be sure to watch it later!

Team news:

Michael Essien is back.

Ricardo Quaresma might get a start! YAY!

Rested players for Tuesday's Juventus match include: Michael Ballack, Bosingwa, Kalou, Drogba, Ashley Cole.

Prediction: 10-0!

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Portsmouth 0 - 1 Chelsea

A superb win!!!

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Portsmouth vs Chelsea (Preview)

The last time these two teams met, CHELSEA gave em' a hell of a beating! It was a 4-0 big win!

Tonight they clash again and unfortunately, Espn will only show the game after the Liverpool vs Sunderland match that is arnd 6a.m!

Fratton Park:
As far as i can remember, Fratton Park isn't always a happy hunting ground for Chelsea and with our current form, it might be a difficult task.

Team News:
Nicolas Anelka is doubtful with a toe injury.

Michael Essien could get a subs place.

Deco is doubtful with an injury.

Ricky Carvalho is still recovering from a hamstring.

Bosingwa is back.

Starting Eleven(possible):

Cech, Bosingwa, Terry, Alex, A.Cole, Ballack, Mikel, Lampard, Drogba, Quaresma, Kalou.

4-0 away win!


Monday, March 2, 2009

Chelsea 2 - 1 Wigan

Finally a home game win!

Goals scored from John Terry and Frank Lampard!

Next game is a mid-week game against Portsmouth!