FORMER CHELSEA PLAYER FIRES WARNING TO THOMAS TUCHEL

Chelsea Football Club owner Roman Abramovic is widely known to be very brutal when it comes to dishing out the sack letter to the club’s managers in recent years and not even Frank Lampard, a club legend, was able to break the trend. The Chelsea owner always loves quick success and has proved in recent years that if he does not get the results he wants or is expecting during the period he wants, his next move would be to

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PAULO FERREIRA: MAJOR CLUB HONOURS XRAYED

Retired Portuguese fullback Paulo Ferreira played professional football for four teams before he ended his career at the end of his spell at West London giants Chelsea. Apart from Chelsea, Paulo Ferreira also played for the Portuguese trio of Estoril, Vitoria Setubal and FC Porto. Paulo Ferreira won his first major honour while he was at FC Porto having already had spells at Estoril and Vitoria Setubal. The Portugal international started his professional career at Estoril having come through the

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PAULO FERREIRA: PORTO CAREER EXAMINED

Paulo Ferreira began his FC Porto career over two decades ago on the back of his move from fellow Portuguese club Vitoria Setubal. Porto was his third team as a professional footballer after Estoril and Vitoria Setubal. A certain Jose Mourinho played a major part in his transfer to FC Porto in the summer of 2000. Mourinho masterminded the move to Porto for the player and he also converted him from a midfielder to a defender. Paulo Ferreira was a

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PAULO FERREIRA: PORTUGUESE LEAGUE CAREER REVEALED

Paulo Ferreira was without a shadow of doubt one of the finest fullbacks in and around the Portuguese league during his playing career. He was an integral part of the FC Porto team that won the UEFA Cup and the UEFA Champions League in successive seasons under the tutelage of Jose Mourinho and it was the same Mourinho who lured him to the Premier League. Paulo Ferreira was taken from FC Porto to Chelsea by Jose Mourinho shortly after the

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PAULO FERREIRA: INTERNATIONAL CAREER EXPOSED

Chelsea legend Paulo Ferreira was one of the best right-backs in the history of the Portuguese national team in the past few decades. The former Chelsea defender played 62 times for Portugal during his playing career. Paulo Ferreira had a relatively short career for Portugal after spending eight years in the colours of his country. Paulo Ferreira is a coach at Chelsea having started his coaching career with the Stamford Bridge outfit almost immediately after he called time on his

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FIVE PLAYERS WHO RETIRED AT CHELSEA

Chelsea are one of the greatest clubs in English football and they have played host to several quality players. Some of these players enjoyed their time at the club to the extent that they had to retire from football at the club. Some of the best Chelsea players in recent times didn’t retire at the club. The likes of John Terry, Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard are in this category. We take a look at five players that retired at

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PAULO FERREIRA: HIS MAJOR HONOURS REVEALED

  Chelsea legend Paulo Ferreira is a significant figure for the Blues as he was part of the team that won the first league title for the club after many decades. The Blues had not won any form of league title in the top flight of English football for five decades until Paulo Ferreira and his teammates broke the jinx during the 2004/05 season under the managerial guidance of Jose Mourinho. Paulo Ferreira had started his professional career in his

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José Mourinho Liked Paulo Ferreira: Glen Johnson

  Tottenham Hotspur’s boss, Jose Mourinho, is best known for being the winner of the Champions League for two seasons. But he is not considered the best for managing players. Many of them have seen him ripping off signed contracts with other teams. Something like this happened to Glen Johnson.   Glen Johnson was the one who was signed first during the era of Roman Abramovich at Stamford Bridge. He joined the club in the year 2003. One year later,

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FERNANDES WANTS TO BE LIKE INIESTA

  Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes has named former Barcelona man Andres Iniesta as one player he admires and whose career heights he aspires to. The Portuguese since his arrival at Old Trafford has sparked up a revival. He joined the club from Sporting Lisbon for about 50 million pounds in January 2020, and has helped the Red Devils save their previously tanking season with under pressure manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

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EPL FEBRUARY PLAYER OF THE MONTH AWARD

New Manchester United January signing Bruno Fernandez alongside five other players have been shortlisted for February player of the month award. Fernandez joined Manchester United from Sporting CP during the winter transfer window and has made the shortlist in his first month in the English Premier league.

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