Category: Paulo Ferreira
Ferreira happy for Chelsea
Former Chelsea defender Paulo Ferreira said that it is a good thing for Chelsea to be back in the Champions League.
He said that Chelsea has been one of the most successful teams in England and Europe in recent years and they deserved to be back in this competition.
He believes that Chelsea will be able to bring the sort of form that allowed them to win the Premier League last season on the European scene.
However he has refused to make any statement on Diego Costa. Indeed the striker is still out of the team and has failed to move away from the team in the transfer window.
Paulo Ferreira admitted that Diego Costa was an important player for Chelsea last season but he does not know what will happen in the future.
He said that at the moment Chelsea should focus on playing with the players they have and he is sure that they can be a surprise in the Champions League. He said that Chelsea was a great team and that they have the necessary resources to compete both in the Premier League and in the Champions League.Read More »
AKE: TERRY WOULD BE A GOOD COACH
Former Chelsea defender Nathan Ake has declared that his former teammate John Terry would make a good coach when he finally leaveson-field play.
The 36-year old exited Chelsea recently as he wanted more play time. He joined Aston Villa where he is expected to lead the defence line and get a regular shirt.
Ake who played alongside Terry at Stamford Bridge opines that the player would succeed when he goes into football management. He praised Terry and Paulo Ferreira for his quick development into a highly-sought defender
“There were a lot of players who helped me, who were talking to me, at Chelsea but the main ones were maybe John and Paulo Ferreira. JT will make a really good coach.
“He was already writing down what we had done in training sessions and everything just to be a manager, so he was always looking. It’s just the way he interacts with people, the way he likes to help young players,” Ake said.Read More »
Paulo Ferreira believes that Conte can be as dominating as Mourinho
Former Chelsea player Paulo Ferreira is certain that Antonio Conte can be as successful as Jose Mourinho in terms of managerial trophies.
Even though Jose Mourinho is one of the most controversial and despised managers in the world of football, it´s hard to argue the fact that the Portuguese tactician has been one of the most impressive ones from the past 20 years.
Jose Mourinho and his squad shocked the world on 2004 after claiming successive victories over: Manchester United, Lyon and Deportivo La Coruña before reaching the finals of the UEFA Champions League and facing off with As.Monaco and emerging victorious.
The 54 year old manager has also gone on to win major trophies with: Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid.
Antonio Conte on the hand has only been lifting pieces of silverware with Juventus after having won the Serie A title for 3 successive years which is actually impressive but not as remarkable as Jose Mourinho´s managerial.Read More »
Ferreira part of the Chelsea staff
Former Chelsea player Paulo Ferreira has stated that he is part of the Chelsea staff at the moment and that he is working as a liaison officer for the players that are on loan.
He said that his responsibility is to monitor the Chelsea players that have gone on loan and make sure that they are improving at their respective clubs. He admitted that this is not an easy job as there are many players that go on loan at Chelsea and that he needs to monitor their performance carefully.
Paulo Ferreira said that he loves what he is doing for the club as he really likes Chelsea. He said that he enjoy the best moments of his career playing for the London club and that he wants to make sure that the younger players develop as much as they can.Read More »
FERREIRA REMINISCES ON HIS TIME AT CHELSEA
After ten years since Chelsea football club obtained the record as the second team in the premier league history to have won the title two years in a row, former player Paulo Ferreira, who was a part of the victories at the club, has come out to reminisce about his time at the club.
“It’s always hard after winning the league because other top teams buy new players and increase the quality of their squad, we had a wonderful squad at that time, and there weren’t too many major changes. We knew how difficult it was going to be to retain the title,” Ferreira said.
The former Chelsea defender who played for the second time at the club during the 2005/2006 season recalls the wonderful experiences he had at the club; he has spoken about the key moments in competitions that were responsible for the team’s gradual journey to victory.Read More »
FANS TURN ON RONALDO DUE TO POOR FORM
Fans of Real Madrid turned on the club’s superstar due to his record poor form.
The Portuguese football star has not gotten a goal in four games for his side. This makes a record since joining the spanish side in 2009. The fans jeered at him during the 2-1 victory over Athletic Bilbao on Sunday. The result took Madrid to the top of the current La Liga standings, but the fans want more from their star player.
Real Madrid manager Zinedine ‘Zizou’ Zidane says he is surprised at the response from the fans over Ronaldo’s form.
“I don’t understand the jeers but at the same time, I was also jeered and it can happen. The public demands a lot from the players and the Bernabeu is special. Cristiano knows that and is not concerned by it,” said Zidane.
Other club stars have risen to the defence of their teammates. Welsh superstar Gareth Bale claims that Ronaldo is excelling in other parts of the game. Zizou says that he knows that Ronaldo would rerurn to his excellent goalscoring form in no time.
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CHELSEA KEEN ON KEEPING HUDSON-ODOI
March 26, 2019
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Premier League side Chelsea FC are keen on keeping one of the top prospects in English football at Stamford Bridge. Despite the perceived pressure from German giants Bayern Munich, the Blues believe they can convince the recently capped Three Lions man to remain in West London.
Callum Hudson-Odoi is believed to primarily want a starting role at the club but Head Coach Maurizio Sarri is not giving him as much opportunities as he would like. With several top sides keen on signing and starting the player, it makes sense for the young lad to go out and test himself.Read More »