Chelsea have decided this about Mourinho; Abramovich's shocking plan - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Chelsea board have held a nine hour meeting to discuss the future of club manager Jose Mourinho.
The Portuguese manager has been under immense pressure following his side's catastrophic start to the season and this week's defeat against Leicester City has piled further pressure on the Chelsea fan favourite.
Arsene Wenger and the Arsenal fans will be hoping that the apparently very small chance that Roman Abramovich could step in and block the transfer of Petr Cech to Arsenal does not become bigger and stop the Gunners from signing one of the best keepers that the Premier League has ever seen. According to a [.
The real reasons Mourinho is so angry By AondoaverK Jose Mourinho's media statements in response to the Arsenal manager's opinions on why the top coaches do not want to be considered title favourites did not come as a surprise. What is surprising is the sheer anger and outright disrespect that they contained.
Headlines have been made recently over the comments made on US TV by Sir Alex Ferguson. Speaking of the Wayne Rooney situation and the pressure David Moyes is already under at Old Trafford, Fergie also revealed that Chelsea approached him to take over when Roman first took over. He said:
"They used an agent to approach me when Abramovich first took over the club.
Recent Chelsea signing Willian has given his seal of approval to a new chant claiming he hates Tottenham. The former Anzhi player used his Instagram account to like a video posted on the social networking site of the song being sung ahead of Friday's Super Cup clash with Bayern Munich. The Brazilian midfielder had been [.
Since Roman Abramovich took over Chelsea in 2003, a host of managers have walked in and walked out of the West London side's doors. Claudio Ranieri was in charge when the Russian billionaire arrived, and he managed to last one entire season, something not all managers under Abramovich's watch are able to boast.
Arsene Wenger has had a fair bit to say recently about the short term thinking displayed by a lot of football clubs these days, while trying to end the speculation about his own future as the Arsenal manager. We know that the Frenchman is a man of principles and will stick to them, although the Arsenal fans wish he would be a bit more flexible sometimes.
Rumour if rife at the moment about the future of Jose Mourinho with speculation in some quarters that he has ALREADY SIGNED an agreement to leave Real Madrid this summer and in addition, he has already agreed a deal to become manager somewhere else.
Now, I for one am hoping that it's to come back to Chelsea and finish the job he started here.
Kaka of Real Madrid-Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images
According to Caught Offside, Chelsea could make a Â£20m bid for Real Madrid's Brazilian playmaker Kaka. The former AC Milan has failed to secure a regular starting spot during his time in Spain, and with Madrid sure to bolster their squad in the summer, potential playing opportunity may get even smaller for him.
The date read 19thMay 2012. It had just gone 23:20 local time when an eerie silence fell upon the Allianz Arena in Germany's capital city of Munich. He stood at 6 feet 1 inches and had the look of a man possessed, this was to be his night, his time to be written in the history of the club.
Arsenal travel to Stamford Bridge on Sunday to face Chelsea in a game that could have a huge saying on the season for both clubs. The Gunners are coming off the back of the best performance in a while, knowing that a win will put us just five points behind Chelsea with a game in hand. The Blues, on the other hand, are in a bad way.
The direction that the Chelsea hierarchy are looking to steer the club in is very clear. The world's best young players are very much the agenda in the transfer market whilst the â€˜old guard' look as though they will be allowed to see out their contracts and walk away. Its all about the future. This began when Abramovich brought in Andre Villas-Boas last campaign, looking to usher in a new era at Chelsea.
Last night's Chelsea v Fulham match at Stamford Bridge was so hard to watch. Neither side able to keep possession and string four or five good passes together. Watching the match I was wondering, is this the Chelsea that Roman Abramovich really wants to see?
Abramovich has spent around 800 m on Chelsea since fallen in love with football after seeing Real Madrid v Man United European Cup game years ago.
Arsenal fans should give a great big thankyou to Roman Abramovich. Nothing that happens this year will do the Gunners as many favours as the crazy billionaire Russian has done us this week. It is common knowledge that Abramovich was desperate to get his hands on the Champions league trophy, and the man who finally did what a host of other very well paid and expensive managers failed to do has been rewarded with the sack.
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RDM Sacked by Chelsea- Abramovich shows Di Matteo the door is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter Chelsea have sacked manager Roberto di Matteo today ( November 21, 2012), barely six months after the latter guided them to their 2011/12 Champions League trophy in Munich after beating FC Bayern on penalties.
I know it sounds a bit farfetched, and I am certain that any Arsenal fan would snap Roman Abramovich's hand off if he offered to sell us Eden Hazard as long as Wenger gave him Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in return, but is it such an impossible deal to believe? According to the latest rumours, Eden Hazard [.
For neutral fans, it is a sight to behold – whenever Jose Mourinho comes in a direct contest with Arsene Wenger. Over his period of stay at the Stamford Bridge, the Portuguese rarely passes up a chance to put one across the Arsenal boss. Even the recent talk about Arsenal spending more than Chelsea stems [.
As the dust settles at Cobham after Jose Mourinho's departure and rumours of a brawl in training yesterday, Roman Abramovich took the decision to personally attend this mornings session. It's a sign that things have just got serious around the place!
I personally hope that he has also taken time to speak to the players face to face and explained what it means to be playing for this club.
Jose Mourinho is featured all over the press and media today after comments he has made about his future and because he hasn't ruled out returning to a club he has already coached!. A strange statement from a Manager who would be in demand anywhere in the world if he was to become available but it has to give Roman Abramovich and the Chelsea board massive encouragement.
This is an odd moment to post this having just come off a good result at the weekend, but I see wild accusations of blame related to our underachievements thrown about every week. I don't usually like negative subjects such as this one, but to correct our shortcomings it's necessary to work out where they are coming from.
For the last few days Chelseafans have been under fire from repetitive articles all saying more or less the same thing: Chelseafans booing Rafa are wrong, misdirected, cowardly and unjustified in their protests. Well, various arguments have been made to assert all of these things, some I agree with, and some I don't.
There are two people that most Chelsea fans want to see at Stamford Bridge next season. One of them is Jose Mourinho to return to take over the club and start the second coming of the Abramovich era and the other is Radamel Falcao!.
According to the written press this morning, Mourinho has all but sealed his return and has instructed Roman Abramovich to do whatever it takes to go out and sign Falcao.
Roman Abramovich has wasted little time since the appointment of Rafa Benitez at Chelsea. Within days of Rafa's appointment, both he and Michael Emenalo met for dinner and discussed the weaknesses in the squad that Benitez had identified and it seems he is already acting on advice from our new Interim Manager.
The Mexican National soccer team has recently fired its head coach Jose Manuel de la Torre, following its world cup qualifying loss to the U.S., hiring Victor Manuel Vucetich to replace him.This is the third coaching change that the Mexican National team has made this past week. The decision to fire coaches as the immediate response to poor results has become all too common throughout sports, especially soccer.
Since AFR last loosened up its larynx, there was a series of high profile exits from the football juggernaut. Pulling his ripcord first was David Beckham, who looks set for a safe and particularly well-paid landing in France. Next up was Roberto Di Matteo and Mark Hughes â€“ both unceremoniously ejected from West London into no man's land.
The plain truth is that we made this possible. It is no revelation that money and status are the drivers of ambition, or that money goes where money grows. The brutal truth is that we are powerless to stop this. Accepting change can be painful, as us fans yearn for the â€˜better' days of yesteryear where we didn't hear at regular intervals of interest repayments and stock exchange floatation on the back pages of our newspapers.