Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Anelka pastikan tiga mata penuh untuk Chelsea

Jaringan gol pada minit ke-48 menentang Porto oleh Anelka memastikan Chelsea mengutip mata penuh bagi perlawanan di peringkat kumpulan D Liga Juara-Juara Eropah.

Walaupun dengan ketiadaan Drogba yang digantung tiga perlawanan, striker antarabangsa Perancis ini berjaya membuktikan kehebatannya.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Superb Frank Lampard

Dua gol daripada Frank lampard membantu pasukan kebangsaan England atau skuad yang dikenali sebagai "The Three Lions" ini layak ke Piala Dunia 2010 di Afrika Selatan nanti.

Kemenangan 5-1 ke atas Crotia semalam membuktikan skuad bimbingan Capello berhak untuk menempah tiket ke pusingan Piala Dunia nanti.

Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Terry pens new Chelsea deal

John Terry has signed a new contract with Chelsea, which will tie him to the Premier League club until the summer of 2014. Reports have suggested the new deal will put the defender on £160,000-a-week, making him one of the highest paid players in the English game.

ESPN soccernet

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Chelsea kalahkan Burnley 3-0

Satu lagi kemenangan di Stamford Bridge di bawah pimpinan Ancelotti, menewaskan pasukan yang telah mengejutkan Man Utd dan juga Everton baru-baru ini.

Tahniah buat Anelka, Ballack dan Ashley Cole di atas gol yang telah dijaringkan.

Versi Bahasa Melayu

Monday, August 24, 2009

Chelsea continue fine start

Chelsea beat Fulham 2-0 to continue their 100% start under Carlo Ancelotti, with Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka scoring in either half., dated 24-08-2009.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Sunderland 1-3 Chelsea

Chelsea came from behind to win at the Stadium of Light against Sunderland on Tuesday.

Carlo Ancelotti picked up his first Premier League away win as Chelsea were made to come from behind to claim victory.

Despite dominating the first half, the visitors went in at the break trailing to Darren Bent's second goal in as many matches for Sunderland.

But once Michael Ballack had fired them back on level terms within seven minutes of the restart they never looked back.

Frank Lampard handed them the lead from the penalty spot nine minutes later and Deco's sweet 70th-minute strike proved more than enough to see off the Black Cats.

Sourced from : (dated 19-08-2009)

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has suggested Manchester United cannot afford many more slip-ups.

Chelsea are eight points clear of Sir Alex Ferguson's side after their 2-0 win at Blackburn Rovers and United's defeat by Arsenal.

United do have a match in hand but Lampard believes it is far easier to set the pace than try to catch up.

Lampard said: "It is a nice gap for us. It is far from over, but in the last two years it's been the other way round.

"We've been five points behind them and it is not easy. When you are chasing, you really can't afford to lose games.

"It is certainly easier when you are making the pace, because the points give you a bit of security."

Chelsea's victory in appalling weather conditions at Blackburn underlined that under Luiz Felipe Scolari the team has backbone as well as flair.

Lampard insists the points were vital because it will put pressure on the chasing clubs - especially United and Arsenal.

He added: "You have to remember Liverpool are neck and neck with us. But Man United and Arsenal, who are always big contenders, are those few points behind.

"It is not easy to chase, the pressure builds up and if you drop points you fall further behind.

"It's difficult either way, because the top four don't lose too many games or drop too many points. You certainly don't want to be too far behind at this point.

"We did it last year and we made a lot of ground up. But in the end we lost the title by two points, so it feels nice to be in the lead."

from Barclays website Mon 10 Nov 2008