Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti is not so much of a gentleman that we all think he is, in fact he's so much of an ungentle man that he can murder. Ancelotti who spent two glorious years at Chelsea revealed today that he once tried to kill his player because he didn't show respect when he was in the west London club.'We've never had any problems with the players, just one time at Chelsea. One player didn't show respect and I tried to kill him but it wasn't possible,' he told The Times.'The...Read Full Story
Carlo Ancelotti has claimed he “tried to kill” a Chelsea player during his time at Stamford Bridge. While the Italian is presumably talking in terms of the player’s Blues career rather than his life, it’s clear that there was a serious fall-out. Ancelotti said: “We’ve never had any problems with the players, just one time […]Read Full Story
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So here is the latest from around the web on Wednesday 4th August 2010 including: Ramires set for medical today?, Ancelotti confirms another player to join before the transfer window shuts, Ancelotti also talks up City this season, Scott Sinclair off on loan again and focus now turns to Hamburg as we prepare for todays game with one eye on Wembley.
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Jose Bosingwa the forgotten man at Chelsea should be returning to training at Cobham this week which is fantastic news for a player who has faced life on the sidelines since back in October 2009.
Bosingwa has been out with a knee injury and had been working his way back to fitness to play some part in the remainder of last season and the World Cup this past summer. However, Chelsea had announced back in March that Bosingwa required further surgery on his knee and as a result he played no...Read Full Story
Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has admitted that the club’s their title defence is over.
The reigning Premier League champions trail leaders Manchester United by ten points and the Italian admits they now need to focus all their efforts on qualifying for next season’s Champions League.
He said: “It’s difficult to think we can come back to fight for the title. To close the gap is very difficult.
“It is better for us to think game by game in the Premier League. We have to reach the minimum of...Read Full Story
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