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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Paulo An Ambassador For Chelsea Club
Among the many footballers who ended their career at their heights is Paulo Ferreira.
He had played nine seasons with the Chelsea club and helped the club to win three trophies in the Premier League during his tenure. He ended his professional career in football in 2012-13. Fans of the club still hold him close to their hearts. He was a dedicated member of the club and did not complain even if he was not given opportunities to play as the first team always. The genuine love that he portrayed for the club is hard to find these days among the modern professional players.
It quite befitted the honor that he received in 2014 to be an ambassador for the club. He took up the role of helping out at the Digicel Kick-start Academy that offers training grounds for young players in the Caribbean. He is now on the verge of becoming a fully fledged coach as he serves the role of an assistant technical coach in the youth development program of Chelsea.
If you have not heard or seen him up close, you would not know that he is a soft spoken, pleasant man who was known as a defender in the Chelsea team. Many people often wonder what made him stick to the Blues for nearly a decade, whereas people have moved and changed teams so often.
He had been part of the UEFA Champions League in 2004 after which he followed teaming mates like Ricardo Carvalho and Jose Mourinho to join the Chelsea club. At that time the deal that was struck was about twenty million Euros. Even if he did fall out of favor at times, he remained a loyal servant of the club and gave his all for the defense that he played. The year the contract was not renewed with him was the year he decided to stop playing as well. However, he has been given due honor as ambassador of the club now.
Paulo Ferreira reveals why he stayed for so long at Chelsea
Paulo Ferreira was a member of the Porto team that won the Champions League in 2004 and ultimately makes the move to Chelsea in 2004.
He was one of the first players that Jose Mourinho signed when he took charge of Chelsea.
The Portuguese defender quickly established himself as an important member of the team even if he was not always sure of starting a game. Jose Mourinho described him as the type of player that will never win a man-of-the-match award but rather as a consistent and hardworking player. It is this quality that will allow him to stay for more than 9 years at Stamford Bridge.
He left Chelsea in 2013 after the London Club decided that his contract will not be renewed. But by then, Paulo Ferreira did not have much playing time and when asked why he decided to stay even if he did not play he replied that he was happy to help. He said that he is someone that never gives up and that he remained at Chelsea so as to compete with the other defenders.Read More »
PAULO FERREIRA NAMED AMONG PREMIER LEAGUE MOST SUCCESSFUL PLAYERS
Former Chelsea player, Paulo Ferreira has been named among the most successful players of the English Premier League by The Sun.
The 37-year old right-back played for EPL giant, Chelsea after moving from FC Porto for 20 million Euros in 2004. The computation employed data that comprised of games won, games played and percentage of win.
In the top ten, the list included former Chelsea skipper Arjen Robben in first place, Paulo Ferreira in second place, followed by Claude Makelele. Former Red Devils captain, Nemanja Vidic was next, then another Blues former player, Michael Ballack. Ricardo Cavalho was next with 70 percent win. Javi Garcia was next after Cavalho with same 70 percent win but less wins.
Edu was next, and then Frenchman Patrice Evra before Ivorian Didier Drogba completed the list.
Current Bayern Munich winger, Arjen Robben was placed top due to his impressive 82 percent win of the games he played. He was at Chelsea FC for three seasons. He scored 15 times in 67 games he played. Since leaving Stamford Bridge, he has only gotten better. During his three year stay at the Bridge, Chelsea lifted two Premier League titles with former Portuguese coach, Jose Mourinho.Read More »
Paulo Ferreira: ‘’ Every fan of Chelsea wants Jose Mourinho to remain in charge’’
Jose Mourinho helped Chelsea secure their 5th Premier League title as the Portuguese coach pushed the team to what was a very impressive season for Chelsea where they managed to stay at the top of the top tier English league for the vast majority of the entire season.
Paulo Ferreira spent a little over 8 years of his playing career performing for Chelsea and has worked alongside Jose Mourinho both on and off of the pitch; Ferreira took the chance to express his thoughts and point of view concerning Mourinho who is considered to be a controversial person.
Former player of Chelsea, Paulo Ferreira said: “When you are at this club you want to win titles and for next season it will be the same. The motivation is to win trophies. He wants to succeed and do well, for how long I do not know. I think everyone at the club wants him to stay for a long, long time. I think everyone would like to see him in control for many years but in football, anything can happen.”
Jose Mourinho has a contract with Chelsea which extends until 2017 but taking into consideration just how impressively the English club has been performing since the return of the Portuguese coach, if more titles are won then it won’t be surprising to see Mourinho receive a contract extension from the head chiefs of the Premier League club.Read More »
Ferreira part of the Chelsea staff
March 31, 2017
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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 »