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  • 0 Polish Football League starts!

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    • 08-05-2020
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    The Polish Football League will start on May 29 and end in July After the coronavirus break, the Polish football league will start again on Friday, May 29. The management of the competition announced the schedule of the next two rounds after the local government allowed the resumption of matches at the end of April. The season, played without spectators, should end on the weekend of July 18 and 19. Unlike other countries, players and members of implementation teams had to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine in Poland before returning to joint group training, and then successfully passed coronavirus testing. According to Krzysztof Pawlaczyk, a first league medical expert, only one of the total 800 tests was positive, and it was not a person who came into direct contact with the team. "It shows that the isolation we have put in place and the day-to-day medical surveys are of profound importance. Clubs must strictly follow this procedure until the end of the season," Pawlaczyk told the competition website. "The first stage is over. Now is the time for training and other strict adherence to the set recommendations so that we can continue the competition at the end of May," added the president of the highest competition, Marcin Animucki. The Polish league table is led after 26 rounds by the Legia Warsaw with the Czech forward Tomáš Pekhart by eight points ahead of the second Piast Gliwice. In addition to the end of the basic part, the local competition, like the Czech league, also has an extension.

  • 0 The German Bundesliga will start on Saturday, May 16

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    • 07-05-2020
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    The first and second German Bundesliga will start again next Saturday, May 16, after a break caused by the new coronavirus pandemic. Today, a general meeting of 36 clubs in both top competitions was approved by video conference. This was announced at a press conference by Christian Seifert, CEO of the DFL, which organizes the first and second leagues. According to him, both competitions will be completed by the end of June. The DFL announced on Wednesday that the resumed Bundesliga would begin on Friday, May 15, with a traditional Friday overture. However, the start date of the competition was eventually postponed due to the fact that the German government approved again to play matches without spectators until the second half of May. After a break caused by the pandemic, the German league will start again as the first football competition in Europe. The league will start in the Faroe Islands this weekend, but the competition there will start a new year. The last Bundesliga match so far was played on March 11. The table after the incomplete 25 of 34 rounds is led by the defending champion Bayern Munich by four points ahead of the second Dortmund. The renewed season will start on May 16 with six Saturday matches, two duels including the duel between Union Berlin and Bayern will be played on Sunday and the round will end with Monday's overtime between Bremen with Czech legionnaires Theodor Gebre Selassie and Jiří Pavlenka and Leverkusen. "The interest in getting started is huge worldwide. I see reports from around the world that we are the first major league to return. This can only happen because we have the privilege of living in one of the most modern health systems in the world," Seifert said. According to him, the German league will be able to finish by June 30, when the season and a number of contracts not only for players but also for sponsors will officially end. Most other competitions anticipate that the year will have to last until July, which has allowed the European Championship to be postponed by one year until next summer. Seifert pointed out that more than 100 player contracts will expire in Germany on June 30. "The last round will take place at the end of June, probably on the weekend of June 27 or 28. Another delay in the season could have existential consequences for some clubs," Seifert warned. Individual teams will have to go to the weekly quarantine before the renewed start within the training camp. Representatives of Bayern have already announced that the Bavarian team will begin quarantine on Saturday. Players and members of the implementation teams will receive regular testing for coronavirus, to which all referees will submit. All matches at least until the end of this season will be played without spectators. But Seifert is not afraid that fans will gather in front of the stadiums. "I don't think the fans will want to do a favor to the critics and walk in front of the stadiums," Seifert said. "Of course everything will be different. Right after the first match, we will all know why we prefer to fight with the fans. But now we have nothing else left and I expect the best possible sports experience as part of it," he added.

  • 0 Baumann criticizes early Bundesliga restart

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    • 07-05-2020
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    While the fans are happy about the soon restart of the Bundesliga, Frank Baumann criticizes. The Bremen managing director would like more preparation time. Managing Director Frank Baumann from Werder Bremen is still critical of the short preparation time for the restart of the Bundesliga."From the Bundesliga perspective, it would have been desirable to have had the same conditions in terms of team training for the minimal preparation for the remaining season," he said, referring to the game against Bayer Leverkusen on May 18 (Bundesliga: Werder Bremen - Bayer Leverkusen, from 8.30 p.m. in the LIVETICKER) "It would have been important to have had at least two weeks of team training because the differences before that were clear." Baumann wants to accept DFL decisionEven before the dates were announced by the German Football League (DFL) on Thursday, Baumann had called for a start on May 23. Since Werder has so far only been able to train in groups of four due to official requirements, the 44-year-old fears a competitive disadvantage. Nevertheless, Baumann wants to "accept" the decision. Order the current jersey from Werder Bremen now - go to the shop here! | DISPLAY From now on the focus should be on table 17. lying on the relegation battle. "It will be a very intense week. In the end it can be compared to a big tournament," said Baumann, "We have a very difficult situation to master in terms of sport. We just need this passion, this cohesion, this team spirit and optimism."

  • 0 Change of football rules in England?

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    • 05-05-2020
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    Will it change the rules in England? Let's shorten the halves, says the head of the players' association In England, they intensively discuss under what conditions and when to start football competitions again. A representative of the local players' association, Gordon Taylor, often discusses with Premier League stars who are concerned about safety. And among other things, it addresses possible changes to the rules. Bet9ja, 9jaBet and all sports bookmakers watching closely the situation. Taylor, CEO of the Professional Players' Association, was a guest on BBC Radio 4. "Footballers are not stupid," he said on the very hot topic of relaunching. "They want to be confirmed that their safety is ensured. They need to feel good in the matches. " This is also what club doctors in the country are currently dealing with. How (un) safe can the return of football in England actually be? According to optimistic estimates, the Premier League could start again on June 8. 92 matches of it remain to be played and it is necessary to make it by the end of July, as the qualifications of the European cups are to start in August. A very demanding period awaits footballers, a condensed schedule. Taylor argues that they need to be protected as much as possible. "We do not see into the future, which does not mean that we cannot come up with ideas. The option is to allow more substitutions, the option is also to play shorter halves. Of course, there is talk of neutral pitches, "said Taylor. "At the same time, of course, you want to maintain the integrity of the competition, which was about home and away matches, with the players you had available before it was interrupted ... It's a complicated process," he continued. The English are gradually opening training centers, but the players are not yet training together. In order to fulfill the plan with June 8, they would need to start preparing again as a team from mid-May. "We are still debating various options. Some may be reachable, others may not. If we don't try, we won't find out, "Taylor said. BBC reporters addressed representatives of the Premier League, according to which the variant with a shortening of the 45-minute halves is not on the table. On the contrary, Rick Parry, the head of the Football League, which covers the other three lower levels of English football, said that "he will not rule out any creative ideas and suggestions." Thus, it is indeed possible that English football will make minor adjustments due to the pandemic of a new type of coronavirus. "But the most important thing is that together we find the answer to the question: can the season be completed safely?" Taylor added.

  • 0 What is bet9ja all about? Nigeria, Lagos

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    • 05-05-2020
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    Win the Bet9ja game like a legend. Work tips Bet9ja: Do you like sport? Are you interested in the game? Do you want to learn to play bet9ja and win big? Then this article is exactly what you need. I will provide you with the steps on how to play bet9ja and some tips on how to win. Bet9ja work tipsWhat is bet9ja? Well, it is currently the most popular betting platform in Nigeria. Bet9ja offers a variety of sports that you can place your bet on. They include football, boxing, basketball, tennis, cycling, dog racing, etc. Recently they added virtual sports. The results of games scheduled in virtual sports are highlighted by programmed computer systems that look real, allowing people to place a bet and win. Bet9ja also allows you to place bets online without having to go to the stores. You can access their website via phone or PC with Internet service. How to play Bet9ja You can bet on bet9ja online or offline. How to place a bet on Bet9ja Online To play bet9ja online, you need to create a bet9ja account. To create the account, go to www.bet9ja.com, click on "Register" in the upper right corner, fill in the registration form and click to continue. You will receive a confirmation email allowing you to log into the website with your login information. There are three ways to bet on bet9ja online, here is the first method: 1. Choose your sport in the left menu. 2. Choose your tournament (s) and click on View. Select the events you want to bet on and choose your odds. 3. Your choices will be automatically added to your betting slip. 4. Complete the Amount section, click on Bet, then confirm your bet by clicking on OK. If all goes well, you will see a confirmation message with your bet ID. You can also use the event name: 1. Find your desired event and click on it. Let's say it's a match between Aston Villa and Chelsea. If you click on the name Aston Villa - Chelsea, a new window will open with all the markets available for this event.    2. If you need an index on one of the available markets, just click on the "i" button to read their description. Then choose your desired rating to automatically add them to your coupon. 3. All you have to do is fill in the Amount section and click on Bet to confirm it. You can also use the Betting Market tabs: 1. Select your sport in the left menu, choose the tournament and click on Watch. 2. At the top of the page, you will see different tabs containing different markets. Browse the tabs and find the markets you want to bet on. 3. Once you have found your desired market, click on the odds of your choice to place a bet. 4. Complete the Amount section and confirm your bet by clicking on Bet. How to place a bet on Bet9ja OfflineThis method does not require you to register. All you need to do is choose what you want to place your bet on, click "Bet" and you will receive your reservation number which you can print or email. After that go to any bet9ja store, show confirmation of your reserved bet and make your payment to place the bet. Note that bet9ja odds may change, so your bet will use the relevant odds during payment. Tips to win big on Bet9ja here are some tips to help you win big on bet9ja: 1. Choose better odds instead of too many gamesIf you have to win every time in bet9ja, limit the number of games you choose. In fact, it is advisable to choose at least 10 games with good odds. When you choose 30 games, it is entirely possible that 1, 2, or even more, will cut the game. 2. Check the team statistics before playingIt's another way to win at bet9ja. Do not choose any game because it has a low odd, do very good research before placing your bet. Check the last games played by the teams you want to choose. Study the stats very well before playing. 3. Don't be too greedyTo win bet9ja, you shouldn't be too greedy. If you place a bet with N100 and expect to win N20m, it would be very difficult to win. You may win with such an issue, but you may also not. So to be on the safe side, keep your greed aside if you are ready to win. 4. Play running tickets if you have to choose multiple gamesIf you like a long ticket, it is advisable to play a regular ticket. By running a ticket, I mean you have to play tickets that last for several days or weeks. This will allow you to select certain games. 5. Bet on goalsIt is sometimes very prudent to bet on goals, i.e. GG, 1, 2,3, the two teams to score, the two teams to score two goals, one goal, etc.

  • 0 Hulk, Quaresma also reports to the Dragons for service

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    • 03-05-2020
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    In Porto, menus can be plowed through forks. After the Hulk, Quaresma also reports to the Dragons for service Are good pigeons coming back? FC Porto is currently an address to which its former players would like to work again. A few days ago, we informed you about the intentions of the Brazilian Brazilian Hulk, and now Ricardo Quaresma, who also earns money in his native Portugal, has also thrown a lasso into his native Portugal. Or do they be part of Premier League? The 36-year-old midfielder with a background in Barcelona, ​​Chelsea, Inter Milan and Besiktasi Istanbul slapped the current thirteenth Kasimpasa a few months ago, in which he is a teammate of the Czech duo Břeček and Pavelka, but he would not have to last too long there four accurate hits and six yellow cards). Anyway Naija Bet watching. A functional veteran from the Süper League, who has a contract at the current address only until the summer, is extremely attracted to return to the Prime Minister of the League, in which he achieved four championship titles. Specifically, to the cadre of the Dragons, in whose jersey he spent a total of five and a half years in two stages. "I would like to return to Porto. My contract runs until the end of this interrupted season and then I will probably become a free agent. I had planned negotiations with Porto, but in the current situation it is impossible to meet," said the offspring of rival Sporting. The ball will now have the sports leadership of the 28-time national champion caught in the coronavirus crisis at the top of the table by one point ahead of Benfika. "I would like to be a part of the club again, which I have in my heart, but there are still a few obstacles before a possible agreement," concluded the Portuguese European champion from 2016. As he celebrates his 37th birthday in September, could he be of any interest to the giant of Estadia Do Dragao? The head coach Sérgio Conceicao will undoubtedly have a big word.  

  • 0 THE AWESOME NUMBERS OF MARCUS RASHFORD

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    • 03-05-2020
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    Few players have had a more productive 2019/20 season than Marcus Rashford with Manchester United. The man trained at the football Academy has been definitively enshrined as a gunner in the left sector of the attack during his first full season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. As things stand now, Marcus is the Premier League's top scorer this season among players 25 and under - signing up with 14 goals in 22 games. Rashford has excelled in various tactical systems for Solskjaer, who has alternated between four and three men on defense. However, the most used formation of the Norwegian coach this season has been 4-2-3-1. Rashford has generally been used as a striker in the left sector, slicing in and looking for shooting opportunities while Brandon Williams or Luke Shaw follow from behind. By all numbers, this has been the best season of the 22-year-old netbreaker. In the Premier League, Rashford has an average of one goal every 134 minutes - so he would reach 20 conquests if he played the entire season. In addition, no other striker on the left has more shots (74), shots on goal (34) or goals (14). The most impressive thing is that Rashford is only in the infancy of his career. If we look at the players most similar to Rashford, in terms of offensive statistics, they are all much older than him: Sadio Mane (28), Raheem Sterling (25), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (30) and Jack Grealish (24). Rashford beats them all and still doesn't hit the ceiling! It is also impossible to talk about Marcus without mentioning his high level of performance against big rivals. The striker has four goals against Chelsea, two against Chelsea, two against Tottenham and somewhat against Liverpool - in addition to giving a goal assist against Arsenal. In total, the English national team has directly participated in 10 goals against the so-called "big six" since the beginning of the season. Rashford's more general numbers are also striking. The player has an average of 3.5 spikes per game against the 'big six' of the Premier League in 2019/20. Ole's United have stood up to the league majors, scoring 17 points against the 'big six' - a figure second only to Liverpool, with 19 points. This is due in large part to the numerous occasions created by Marcus, one of the most exciting young forwards in soccer today. And the best is yet to come ...

  • 0 Felipe Santana: This is the secret of football manager Jürgen Klopp

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    • 01-05-2020
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    He lived the myth of the decisive goal in additional time, the electric ambiances of Dortmund and Schalke, the sorrow of a lost Champions League final and the Jürgen Klopp method from the inside. The Brazilian defender tells. “Dortmund-Malaga 2013, Marco Reus equalizes at 2-2 but you are still eliminated on the away goal. We are playing the 93rd minute ...It's a great memory, not only for me but for all the people of Dortmund. Because beyond this qualification and this goal (Felipe Santana scores in the 93rd and qualifies the BVB, note), we really did a very very very big European campaign. It was an extremely exhilarating moment, a big victory. You have to do everything you can to qualify the team and when the ball reaches me, I just push it to the bottom. So it's more of a big collective satisfaction, a big job for the guys. And then I was not alone fighting for this ball! It was a very hard time for us. There was no other solution than to try to score, to strip, the qualification escaped us.What do we feel, a touch of madness?It is a dream. This is the most special moment of my career in all of my football experience. When you are a child, even in your wildest dreams you do not imagine yourself living these things and reaching the final of the Champions League. We did something great. And the journey, from the group sentence, has helped build something in terms of confidence. This is what allows you to face big teams and believe in them. But yes, for me, it was special, this goal. And even today, I have no words to describe exactly what I experienced at that time.For a defender, moreover, it is rather rare to score.It's certain ! I had already scored against Shakhtar Donetsk during the group stage, and it was also an important goal that made us feel more relaxed. But this goal against Malaga ... (he breathes) It is very different. I told the guys, when I got on the free kick, put the ball on my head. We had all the qualities for ground play, with players like Marco Reus or Robert Lewandowski, but a lot of trouble in the air. Malaga had good leading players and solid players. I thought I could help on this. Finally, I recover after a mess, it is Robert who centers and I score. Well, today, with the VAR, it would be refused for offside ... Besides, my first reflex was to run fast outwards to avoid being signaled. It was a really special night. The post-match must have been extraordinary!Completely crazy, even. We went back to the locker room and we actually organized a party in there. We jumped, sang, danced, drank ... We did everything that came to mind. Many were drinking, it was really crazy. My phone kept ringing, but I couldn't speak to everyone. The only person was my dad. Then I didn't sleep for two nights. It was just impossible. I was trying to close my eyes and the only thing I saw was that goal.Do people keep telling you about it?Oh yes ! Especially Borussia fans. Each April 9 is a special time. It's the anniversary of the goal. And every year, they remember that moment. I am happy and proud to have been the one who qualifies the team. What is your oldest memory from the Champions League?It is first of all a dream for all the children who imagine playing football. It was not really different for me. I come from a rather complicated social context, it was not always easy, but I always tried to do my best to get out of it and especially to succeed in football. Obviously, we see everything on television and we think of our idols. My highlight is Zinedine Zidane against Leverkusen, the volley in the final of the 2002 Champions League. But also all the Brazilians who inspired me. Lucio, Juan, Roque Junior ... I dreamed of being in their place. And one day, your moment comes. My first opportunity in the Champions League as a holder was against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium. I was so nervous ... I tried to do my best. But each Champions League match transforms you, adds a little something in you. You can't sleep and you know you're going to be playing against the best in the world. And then I still had the opportunity to participate in a final ... It would have been a complete dream if we had won against Bayern. The Champions League is a life experience.You played C1 with Dortmund and Schalke, two very big clubs with two big atmospheres. Are European nights special?In Dortmund, it's special. Because the stadium configuration is different between the Champions League and the Bundesliga. The stadium goes from 80,000 spectators normally to something like 60,000 in the European Cup. But it remained an incredible atmosphere and an immense pleasure to have played there. Same for Schalke. After, the stages are really different. Dortmund is an old-fashioned stadium, Schalke is a super modern arena. The stands are closer to the field in Dortmund, while in Schalke, you have more the feeling of playing in a theater. So you have different feelings, but you know that the atmosphere is heavy in any case.With this yellow wall for Dortmund, of course ...It's really tough, even if in the Champions League, you don't have those 50,000 spectators in the wall who change everything behind the goal. Jürgen Klopp was the guide of the BVB. Are there any developments between the Klopp of the time and that of Liverpool?It has never stopped evolving and reinventing itself. He grew up, he maximized his qualities, he took a lot of experience, he learned a lot. I see a new coach, at least much more complete. He was already an excellent coach, inspiring, but he is now, in Liverpool, much more confident, more developed. He lost two Champions League finals, with Dortmund and Liverpool, but it made him grow. And it's another Klopp. It has developed in all areas. He's a chameleon. He can change the course of a match with one or two decisions. He is able to anticipate, much more than in Dortmund. He knows what's going on, how the players interact ... And he always gets the best out of his players. Individualities have changed, as have the two attackers, Robert Lewandowski and Roberto Firmino, who have very different profiles.This is very important in the evolution of Jürgen Klopp. Robert Lewandowski is no longer a pure number 9. Roberto Firmino, it's a 10 who plays 9. Both are great and, above all, they are part of an attack that is complete. In Dortmund, Lewandowski played alongside Marco Reus and Mario Gotze. Firmino plays with Sadio Mané and Mo Salah, who are two very different players. The change is there. In Dortmund, we played for Lewandowski. And Liverpool do not play for Firmino since on the contrary, it is he who plays the game. About the defenders, what did he want from you?Already, Liverpool has the best defender in the world, Virgil van Dijk, so it changes a lot. But we were not to be pitied with Mats Hummels or Neven Subotic. Mats became world champion a year after the Champions League final. He was the leader of our defense, the one who transmitted tranquility. And Jürgen Klopp built on that. He did a lot of specific work around the defenders. Not only, but there were. The mod of Klopp's game begins with pressing, which obviously started with the attackers. In defense, you must follow to be able to impose restricted choices on the opponent. For that, he required maximum concentration because the pressing is a story of details. He has always kept this philosophy. It's a situation that gives you confidence, a special feeling match after match. We see him very close to the players and he seems to spread a lot of joy.Jürgen Klopp talks a lot with his players. And he spends his time making jokes. You build a positive atmosphere. For its part, it allows him to create something. In the end, the players put their destiny in his hands and follow him in his ideas. This is the secret of Jürgen Klopp. He knows how the players work, how to manage them, how to put them in confidence ... And all that, of course, translates into the field. About you, what are the upcoming projects?My one and only project is to return to the field. I wanted to stop a little because I was seriously injured. And this injury put me aside ... I wanted to stop, resume little by little. But a year later, I'm back and ready to come back. Of course, I have to start from the bottom again. But it's my goal, to find a club and why not find Europe one day. ”

  • 0 Premier League football News

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    • 30-04-2020
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    According to the mayor of Liverpool, the Premier League football should be ended Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson opposes the restoration of the English league. He fears that even if the Premier League was played without spectators in the stands, fans would gather in front of the stadiums. Especially if Liverpool ended the 30-year wait for the title. The English league was suspended due to a coronavirus pandemic in mid-March and is scheduled to resume in early June, according to the latest management plans. With regard to security measures, it should be played only in a few selected stadiums and without spectators. But Anderson disagrees. "Even if the game is played behind closed doors, thousands of fans will gather in front of Anfield," he told the BBC. He is particularly concerned about what would happen if Liverpool secured their first title since 1990. "I don't think people would bother with bans at such a time and come in front of the stadium to celebrate. So re-establishing the league is nonsense," Anderson added. According to him, it would not help even if the team of coach Jürgen Klopp secured the title on neutral ground. "People would still come to celebrate and it would be impossible for the police to keep them at the prescribed distance in such a case. It would be a farce," Anderson said. "It is already a problem for us, especially for young people, to gather in the parks. And if they won the title, they would simply ignore the ban," he added. "Health and safety should come first and football should come second. The police, the city and doctors are concerned about this, so we ask the Premier League leadership to take everything I have mentioned into account. Yes, Liverpool should be a champion, but end the season, "he said. Reina will play next year, then maybe hang her gloves on a nail Pepe Reina is slowly getting ready for the last leg of his active career. At the end of August, the Spanish goalkeeper will celebrate his 38th birthday and at that time he will be working in Milan again, then he will be preparing for perhaps the last season among professionals ... In the past, Reina caught up for Barcelona, ​​Villarreal, Liverpool, Naples and Bayern Munich, and less than two years ago he signed up for AC Milan, which sent him to Aston Villa in January this year. "After hosting Aston Villa, I will return to Milan. It will be difficult, there is still one, two years left in my career, and I think that my time in the world of football will end next year in Milan," Reina said. "You never know about the future, but as a player I won't have a chance. Maybe as a coach who knows," Reina said. Reina used to be part of the most successful generation in Spanish history and has won the World Cup title as well as two primates from the European Championship. He triumphed in the Italian Cup with Naples, became the German champion with Bayern and, during his time in Liverpool, raised the trophy for the winners of both local cups.

  • 0 Chelsea FC: England Premier League Football Club history

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    • 28-04-2020
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    History: The beginnings of the Blues - Chelsea FC The Chelsea Football Club was founded on March 10, 1905 at The Rising Sun pub, now The Butcher's Hook, by businessman Gus Mears in the company of his brother Joseph. Shortly after its foundation, he was chosen to participate in the Football League of England. The first years of the club saw little success, since the closest thing that was to win a championship of real importance at that time was when he reached the final of the FA Cup in 1915, where Chelsea was defeated by Sheffield Wednesday, in a final score of 3 to 0. After this, Chelsea FC chose to recruit renowned players, which is why he won a great reputation, also began to show a high quality show during the games, although unfortunately it did not cause the desired impact due to the years of war that was going through the old continent. In 1952, with World War II conflicts over, former Arsenal FC and English Football Team striker Ted Drake was hired as coach of the Blues. From his arrival at the club, Drake proceeded to modernize it, removing the Chelsea Pensioner's shield and improving the club's quarry as well as the team's way of training, although at first they all doubted these changes, the first club championship in the League during the 1954 - 1955 season proved right to the newly incorporated coach. For the following season, UEFA created the first European Champions Cup, presumably Chelsea FC had to participate in that tournament, however due to objections from the Football League and the FA, the club was forced to withdraw from the tournament before it began. The decade of the 60s saw the birth of young promises that under Tommy Docherty's orders struggled to devote themselves to a tournament throughout the decade, having to endure continuous failures. All the efforts of the team were very well rewarded, because in the 1964 - 1965 season they not only raised a championship final, but three, the First Division, the FA Cup and the Football League Cup, although the performances were really good the team could only raise the League Cup, while in the other two competitions it could only settle for second place. In the following three campaigns, the Blues were eliminated in the semifinals of several important competitions, managing to obtain only a sub-championship, that of the FA Cup. Chelsea crisis in 70s and 80s It was only at the beginning of the 70s that Chelsea managed to take the FA Cup championship for the first time in its history, after beating Leeds United in an exciting final that concluded with a score of 2 goals to 1. year later, the club managed to devote itself in its first European competition, after snatching the European Cup Winners Cup from Real Madrid in another tiebreaker final where it repeated its 2 to 1, this time in Athens. In the late 70s and during the 80s, Chelsea suffered a very turbulent and damaging period, due to an ambitious modernization of the Stamford Bridge that jeopardized the financial stability of the club, since the stars of the team were sold leaving a dismantled squad that could not avoid being relegated to the Second Division. In 1982, in the midst of a severe financial crisis, Ken Bates bought Chelsea for the incredible sum of a pound sterling, while the Stamford Bridge was sold to real estate developers, which meant that the club may have lost its stadium. Although things improved a bit on the field, the irregularities of the team were still present, this led to a step down from the Third Division during the 1982 - 1983 season. However, with the arrival of John Neal, a dazzling team could be assembled, captivating their own and strangers, with a minimum outlay. The new squad was vitally important for the club to take home the title of the Second Division in the following campaign. Although for a short period, the team managed to establish itself in the First Division before descending again in 1988, a relapse that barely lasted a campaign, since a year later the club managed to ascend once again, with another title of Second Division in the hands. After a long and tortuous legal battle, Bates managed to reunite the property of the stadium again, in 1992, after reaching an agreement with his creditors after the real estate developers went bankrupt due to a market crash. The innovative game of Chelsea in the Premier League, England was very unconvincing, although it allowed them to reach the FA Cup final in 1994. It was not until two years later, in 1996, with the arrival of Ruud Gullit as new technical director of the team when the luck of the club changed radically. Gullit added several world-class players to the team, this was, without a doubt, a brilliant formula since the team won its second FA Cup, in 1997, which allowed it to recover its seat as one of the best teams in England football . The new millennium and Chelsea continuous achievements Even with the good results, Gullit was replaced by Gianluca Vialli, who took the reins of the team and led her to win the Football League Cup, the European Cup Winners Cup and the European Super Cup in 1998, with the 2000 FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League qualification, Vialli was replaced by another Italian, Claudio Ranieri, who led Chelsea to the FA Cup final in 2002 and the Champions League classification a year later. In June 2003, Ken Bates sells the club to Russian billionaire RomanAbramavich for the modest sum of 60 million pounds, completing what was then considered the most expensive sale of a club in the history of English football. With the new management, the club invested more than 100 million pounds in hiring new players, which were not very helpful since Ranieri could not get any trophy, which is why he had to be replaced by the Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho . Under Mourinho, Chelsea became the fifth English team to win a two-time league championship since World War II, in the 2004 - 2005 and 2005 - 2006 seasons, in addition to winning the 2007 FA Cup and two titles of the Football League Cup in 2005 and 2007. The successes for the Blues came one after another, because although in September 2007 Mourinho was replaced by the Israeli Avram Grant, he led the team to its first Champions League final in 2008, where he had to face Manchester United, after In an incredible game where none gave up until the last minute, the team was defeated in the penalty round which caused Grant's dismissal a few days later, being replaced by the Brazilian Luiz Felipe Scolari, in July of the same year. Scolari's stay at the club was very short, it only lasted 7 months in office before being fired for the team's poor results in the different competitions. Thus, the coach of the Russian national football team, Guus Hiddink, was appointed interim coach until the end of the 2008 - 2009 season. Things improved relatively since the campaign ended with obtaining the FA Cup after a victory from 2 goals to 1 on Everton FC on May 30, 2009. Two days later, Italian Carlo Ancelotti was hired as the team's new coach. After a relatively good season, Chelsea won the 2009-10 season title by defeating Wigan Athletic 8-0 on May 9, 2010. Then, on May 15, Chelsea won the double, having obtained the FA Cup with a 1-0 victory over Portsmouth FC, thus obtaining its first double between Premier League and FA Cup in its history.However, in the following season, the team could not obtain any championship and Ancelotti was fired on May 22, 2011. A month later, the club appointed as Portuguese coach Andre Villas-Boas, who had already worked as an assistant to Mourinho during his years in office. However, the new project did not go as desired and with the team 20 points behind the Premier leader and with a disadvantage in the first round of the Champions League, the decision was made to cease Villas-Boas in March 2012. Despite the bad situation, the blue team traced the flight by accessing the 2011-12 Champions League final after eliminating FC Barcelona and winning its seventh FA Cup (2-1 against Liverpool). Champions of the 2012 Champions: On May 19, 2012, Chelsea is proclaimed champion of the UEFA Champions League for the first time ! In the Allianz Arena, after winning 4-3 in the penalty shootout for the German team Bayern Munchen. After an adverse score of 1-0 in the final minutes of the game and with all the odds against it, the Ivorian Didier Drogba manages to score a header by tying the series and causing the match to lengthen. After the thirty minutes of the extension the score remained the same, although Arjen Robben missed a penalty in the 95 'by the Bavarians and both teams played the glory in the penalty shootout that favored Chelsea 4-3, with Drogba transforming the final launch. However, in the 2012 European Super Cup he would be defeated in Monaco against Atletico de Madrid (4-1). After the renovation of Roberto Di Matteo, Chelsea began the 2012-13 campaign with the Champions in their windows and high expectations, having signed stars like Eden Hazard. The first months of competition were good, but a negative dynamic of results in November 2012 (the team lost the lead in the Premier and had very complicated pass to the Champions League round) caused the dismissal of Di Matteo and the arrival of Rafa Benitez After losing in the semifinals of the League Cup and the FA Cup, being third in the group stage of the Champions League and losing the final of the Club World Cup, Benitez saved the season by qualifying for the Champions League against Aston Villa thanks to two goals from Frank Lampard, who became the top scorer of the club beating Bobby Tambling; and winning the UEFA Europa League against Benfica 2-1, with goals from Torres and Ivanovic. In doing so, and remaining ten days to the Champions League final, Chelsea became the first team to be the current champion of the two continental titles, the Champions League and the Europa League, also being the first team to get them from consecutively and arriving at the select club (formed until then by Juventus, Ajax Amsterdam and Bayern Munchen) of the winners of the three UEFA titles (adding to the previous European Cup Winners Cup). Moreover, adding the European Super Cup, it was only the third, after Juventus and Ajax. For the 2013-2014 season, Chelsea hired Jose Mourinho again, the coach who has given the most success to the blue club. The blue team had an irregular start in the British championship, and lost the European Super Cup against Bayern Munich in the penalty shootout. However, he soon recovered the signs of identity he had shown with the Portuguese coach: competitiveness, intensity, verticality and versatility. In the Premier he settled in the Champions League positions from the seventh day and finished the first round as third classified. 2015 Premier League winner: Chelsea FC are winners! In the 2014-2015 season, the Club wins the Football League Cup and commands the table from day one, becoming Premier League Champion. Conquering both competitions for the fifth time. Football Club Stadium Chelsea has only had one stadium, the Stamford Bridge, where the team has played since its founding, which was officially opened on April 28, 1877. During the first 28 years of its existence it was used by the London Athletics Club as a field for their athletic meetings and not for football. Stamford bridge: Home In 1904, the stadium was acquired by Gus Mears, along with his brother Joseph, who previously acquired adjacent land with the objective of holding football matches on the 12.5-acre (51,000 m2) terrain. The Stamford Bridge was designed for the family] Mears by the prominent architect of the football world, Archibald Leitch. The family offered the stadium to Fulham Football Club, but the offer was rejected. As a result, the owners decided to found their own club to occupy their new stadium. Many teams were founded first, and then worried about having a field to play in, but Chelsea was founded for the Stamford Bridge. As there was already a club called Fulham, the founders decided to adopt the name of the adjacent Chelsea Metropolitan District for the new club, having rejected names such as Kensington Football Club, Stamford Bridge Football Club and London Football Club. Coaches of football club Chelsea has had a total of 31 coaches throughout history and has reached the service of multiple coaches of different nationalities, with the English being the most numerous with a total of fifteen coaches, followed by a total of six Scottish coaches, three Italian coaches, two Portuguese coaches, two Dutch coaches, a Norwegian coach, an Israeli coach and a Brazilian coach. The first coach of the team was the Scot John Tait Robertson, who was in office from 1905 to 1906, obtaining a very acceptable average effectiveness of 60%. The longest-running coach is David Calderhead, who remained in the position for 26 years, accumulating 966 directed games, of which only 384 won, obtaining a 40% effectiveness percentage. The first coach to give the club his first title was Ted Drake, who in 1955 led Chelsea to get the First Division title. Drake was also the one who initiated the modernization of the equipment after its arrival in 1952. The first coach to give Chelsea his first international title was Dave Sexton, who led the club to become European Cup Winner in 1971. Another historic coach was John Neal who, in the midst of a strong financial crisis at the club, was able to lift the team, leading to the rise in 1984 and establishing it in the highest category. When the club began to re-found in 1996, two coaches played an important role during this stage, Ruud Gullit and Gianluca Vialli. Gullit arrived at the club initially as player-coach, making a series of signings, among which were Vialli. Gullit formed a strong team that led the club to become champion of the FA Cup in 1997. After Gullit left in 1998, Vialli took office, also as a player-coach. His arrival soon gave results, since that same year he managed to get three championships, the Football League Cup, the European Cup Winners Cup and the European Super Cup. Two years later, Vialli won the FA Cup and the Charity Shield. Vialli is also the second coach with the most titles in the club's history. Chelsea's most successful coach is the Portuguese Jose Mourinho. After his arrival in 2004, the club immediately began to fill his showcase with more trophies, as he won a two-time championship in the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons, as well as two Football League Cups, an FA Cup and a Community Shield ; however, he was not able to take the team to the UEFA Champions League final, having been eliminated from the semifinals twice by Liverpool FC (2004-05 and 2006-07). The only one who has been able to take the club to the Champions League final was the Israeli Avram Grant in 2008, a final where Chelsea was defeated 6-5 by Manchester United in the penalty shootout. With the arrival of Italian Carlo Ancelotti, Chelsea won a Community Shield, as well as his first double between Premier League and FA Cup in his first year under his term. Chelsea's Portuguese coach Andre Villas-Boas, a man who arrived in circumstances similar to Mourinho's. However, the coach was fired eight months later after not achieving the expected results. The Italian Roberto Di Matteo, was appointed interim coach of Chelsea after his former coach was fired. With Roberto Di Matteo, Chelsea was crowned FA Cup champion and for the first time in its history in the 2012 UEFA Champions League. Di Matteo serves as head coach of the club during the 2012-2013 season. At the end of November, English Chelsea broke the contractual relationship with its coach, Italian Roberto Di Matteo, due to the discreet results of the London team in the UEFA Champions League. Di Matteo was fired and in his replacement came the Spaniard Rafa Benitez, hired only until the end of the season. With Benitez, Chelsea would win the UEFA European League and finish third in the league. For the 2013-14 season, an old acquaintance, Jose Mourinho, was hired.


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