Sunday, May 31, 2009

We are the champion

Forget what people said this is just a small cup.. In fact, this is the most prestigious cup ever.. Chelsea has just won it with flying colour, thanks to Lampard's incredible long range goal.. This is 5th FA Cup win for Chelsea.. And we obviously conclude this season with at least a cup rather than nothing.. Lets celebrate the day to all Chelsea fans out there..

Thursday, May 28, 2009

FA Cup Final Gathering

Lets come together this saturday night to support our beloved team, Chelsea.. Bring along your family and friends.. And for those who interested to buy Brunei Chelsea Fan Club polo shirt, you can make the initial payment $20 on that day also.. This is the last game of the season..

Monday, May 18, 2009

Carlo: I'll take the Chelsea job

CARLO ANCELOTTI has confirmed he will take over at Chelsea this summer.

An official announcement will be made as soon as AC Milan decide on his successor — likely to be this week.

SunSport understands Ancelotti told Roman Abramovich of his decision yesterday morning.

It followed Milan’s 2-1 defeat by Udinese on Saturday evening that confirmed Jose Mourinho’s Inter as champions.

Ancelotti met with club directors, including vice-president Adriano Galliani, after the Udinese defeat.

It was agreed Ancelotti’s eight-year reign at the San Siro was over and he was told he could leave for Stamford Bridge with Milan’s blessing.

Former Holland and Milan striker Marco Van Basten, who recently quit as Ajax boss, is in talks to take over from Ancelotti.

SunSport revealed on February 10 that Ancelotti, 49, was the man Blues owner Abramovich wanted to replace Phil Scolari.

We also reported that Guus Hiddink’s appointment was never anything other than in a caretaker role.

A four-year contract worth £22million was agreed a month ago and will be signed after Ancelotti undergoes a medical.

He has already identified a major summer signing in Aston Villa star Ashley Young — as we revealed last week.

Ancelotti made up his mind to take the Blues job after Milan president Silvio Berlusconi blamed him for failing to land the title.


Monday, May 11, 2009

Arsenal 1 - 4 Chelsea

Well that certainly puts a smile on the Chelsea fans' faces and just what we needed after a horrible midweek match!

Match Highlights:
1st Goal: ALEX rises above all and scores with a powerful header!

2nd Goal: ANELKA with a solo effort before releasing a swerving shot!

3rd Goal: Yaya Toure's own goal.

4th Goal: A fantastic teamwork with Malouda scoring an easy tap in!

Man of the match:
Florent Malouda


Chelsea has broken Arsenal's 21 unbeaten run!

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Chelsea 1 - 1 Barcelona





I can say a lot here and tell you the many reasons why Chelsea deserved to go through the final but what's done is done. There is nothing we can do but put our chin up! One thing is for sure that we didn't lose and Barca had the MOST STUPIDEST REFEREE to win the game for them!


Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Drog: We'll blow you away

The Sun, 6 May 2008

DIDIER DROGBA last night warned Barcelona: We can outgun you!

The Chelsea striker taunted the Catalan giants by insisting the Blues have more matchwinners in their team.

With so much hype around Barca’s ‘holy trinity’ of Leo Messi, Samuel Eto’o and Thierry Henry, the Ivory Coast striker hit back with a volley of his own.

Drogba, 31, said: �I think, in the last few months, we’ve shown that we can score goals and, OK, they have Messi, Henry, Eto’o, and Andres Iniesta but we can also score.

�We’ve got more players able to score. Our midfielders, our defenders can also score. We can score from every position in our side.

�We know that. We know that and we have to score goals to win the tie.�

In the knockout stages alone, Chelsea have found goals from four different players in three areas of the team.

Drogba left the Nou Camp last week a frustrated man after Victor Valdes foiled him in what was Chelsea’s best chance of the match.

But he is more determined than ever to make any chance count and knows just how valuable another opportunity could be.

He added: �It would be great for Chelsea if I’d managed to score that goal, but Valdes made two fantastic saves.

�Yes, I was a bit frustrated. In these kind of games, if you manage to score it makes a big difference.

�As a striker, you know that. If you miss a chance one game, another might come along in the next. That is what you hope. I hope to have similar chances on Wednesday to make a difference.

�But you have to think about the team, rather than the individual. I was frustrated not to have scored, but I was also happy with the result we got there.�

Barcelona’s players complained that Chelsea were overly-physical in the first leg but the Blues were also upset with some of the clear play-acting from the La Liga leaders.

Drogba, who has also come under criticism in recent years for his own knack to hit the deck all too quickly, called for the referee to remain strong.

He said: �We were not upset. The English league and the Spanish league are very different in terms of the type of football teams play.

�The Champions League is great because then you have the chance to meet different types of football and see great games.

�Everyone enjoyed the game in Nou Camp last week. They complained, sure.

�But their complaints are coming from frustration because they didn’t score.

�I can understand that but the referee was good for this kind of game. He showed good control.

�They have tried to put a bit of pressure on the ref for the next game but we know it’s going to be a game everyone wants to see.�