Thigs get worse as Chelsea have suffered an injury blow with the news that keeper Carlo Cudicini has broken a bone in his right hand. Cudicini
sustained the injury during training on Thursday and will almost certainly be ruled out of this weekend's game at Bolton.It remains to be seen how
long Cudicini will be ruled out for and any absence could prove to be a major problem for boss Claudio Ranieri.
It ebded 5-2 and after that dodgy period they turn on the pressure and won easily,wolves put up a good battle and had them worried at one stage but
Chelsea turned on the pressure when it mattered most.
They need to get that new manager in whoever it is as Claudio R just doesn't know how to pick a consistant team.
Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri has dismissed fresh speculation linking him with a move away from Stamford Bridge.Neither the Italian nor any of his
players was prepared to face the press following Saturday's 5-2 defeat of Wolves in the Barclaycard Premiership.Ranieri has had to deal with
speculation all season that England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson is set to replace him.And he has moved to dispel rumours linking him with a move to
Tottenham which are expected to appear in Sunday's papers.
Claudio is definatly on his way out of the bridge,he spent all that money and bought crap,i don't know if it was his wish list or abromavich's but the
new manager whoever it might be won't put up with the crap.
Imagine what Wegner or Ferguson could do to Chelsea if they had that open cheque book!
Bad news for Chelsea as they saw their title hopes fade after being held to a goalless draw by Middlesbrough.The Blues also had influential midfielder
Claude Makelele stretchered off in the second half.
Chelsea are giving a two-week trial to Chinese teenager Hao Junmin, according to the player's club Tianjin Teda.
Hao caught the eye of scouts in Europe with some impressive displays at last year's Under-17 World Championship.
Chelsea could have pressed their claims today to second place which offers an automatic Champions League slot rather than the possibility of a
qualifying tie.After the deafeat of Man U
But Claudio Ranieri's side, England's sole surviving Champions League representatives this season, could take no immediate advantage as they were held
to a goalless draw by Everton despite dominating the second half.
Chelsea have made a "huge" offer to lure centre-back Walter Samuel away from Roma, according to the player's agent.
The Argentinian, rated as one of the world's best defenders, would be an ideal replacement for the ageing Blues captain Marcel Desailly and could be
set to join compatriots Juan Sebastian Veron and Hernan Crespo at Stamford Bridge.
Ajax technical director Louis van Gaal has hinted that he may join up with Porto coach Jose Mourinho in a new look Chelsea management team. Mourinho
is widely expected to take over from Claudio Ranieri at Stamford Bridge next season after impressing them with his exploits at UEFA Champions League
Van Gaal has worked with Mourinho during his time in charge of Spanish giants Barcelona between 1997 and 2000 when the Portuguese tactician worked as
van Gaal's coach at Camp Nou.
The only way is up for these bastards at the moment unfortunately. Unless Roman decides to jump ship after it turns out he's just using the place for
money laundering, they'll probably be right at the top competing for all honors next season.
Couldn't agree more Mr Nada the only way is up for them. Maybe a real contender for the title next season eh? Once they clear out a few of the players
they have now and add Beckham and Ronaldiniho and maybe a striker then everybody had better watch out.
I think they could do it. All depends on who the new manager will be and what player's they get. Ronaldinhio seems the one they are going after most
and he is shyte hot. Beckham has been looking at places in Chelsea according to the papers so i think they could both go there. If they add a few
others they certainly will be challenging next season without a doubt.
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