Cech's arrival at the Emirates could be a double whammy for Chelsea
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Petr Cech Reveals He Almost Joined Arsenal FC In 2002

Petr Cech has revealed that he could have signed for Arsenal FC in 2002, but, was denied a work permit, so went to Rennes in France instead. Petr Cech completed his £10m transfer across London to Arsenal FC, drawing an end to a glittering 11-year career at Chelsea FC. He signed a four-year contract worth a basic £100,000 a week as per the Guardian, and has revealed that he could have signed for the Gunners long way back if not for a work permit issue.  “There was a chance before I went to France to join Rennes for me to sign for Arsenal, but I was only 18 or 19 and, at that time, Czech Republic were not in the European Union,” he told the club’s official website. “You needed a work permit and the conditions were that you had to play 75 per cent of the first-team games for the national team, which, at the time, was impossible for me to get. […] Read more »

Cech's arrival at the Emirates could be a double whammy for Chelsea
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Petr Cech Wants To Win Premier League Title For Arsenal Fans

Petr Cech says that he is aiming to help Arsenal FC end their eleven year wait for the Premier League title and “challenge the best in Europe” after completing his move from Chelsea FC. The former Chelsea FC player signed a four-year contract worth a basic £100,000 a week as per the Guardian, and has told Arsenal FC’s official website that he will look to use his experience of winning four Premier League titles, one Champions League, Europa League, four FA Cups and three League Cups to help Arsenal become the champions of England, once again. “I have a lot of personal motivation and ambition and the club definitely matches it,” he said. “It is an exciting time for me — it is a project where Arsenal fans and the club have been waiting for the Premier League title and this is a chance for me to bring my experience and my little extra to the team and we can possibly achieve that.” He added: “I […] Read more »


‘Jordan Ibe Better, Cash In On Raheem Sterling': Liverpool FC Legend John Aldrdige

Liverpool FC legend John Aldridge says that the club should sell Raheem Sterling to Manchester City now and complete a deal which is best for all concerned with the club having a better player in Jordan Ibe to replace the want-away winger. The Raheem Sterling saga is finally coming to a close as per reports in the Telegraph and Guardian with Manchester City set to beat Real Madrid, Manchester United, Chelsea FC, and Arsenal FC to the Liverpool FC winger. Manchester City had two previous bids of 30 million and 40 million pound rejected. They are now expected to comeback with a 45 million pound offer that involves 40 million upfront and 5 million in performance related add ons. Real Madrid, Chelsea FC, Arsenal FC and Liverpool FC’s hated rivals Manchester United were all interested in the player who scored 7 goals and recorded 8 assists in the 2014-15 Premier League season. But, they were put off by Liverpool FC’s […] Read more »

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Joe Gomez Reveals Why He Snubbed Arsenal, Dortmund For Liverpool FC Move

Liverpool FC new signing Joe Gomez has revealed that he chose the Merseysiders over other clubs, reported to be Arsenal FC and Borussia Dortmund, due to manager Brendan Rodgers. Liverpool FC beat off competition for Manchester City, Arsenal FC and Borussia Dortmund to secure the highly rated youngster from Charlton for 3.5 million pound as per reports in Liverpool Echo. The England U19 defender, who can play as both a right back or centre back, had been interesting a number of Premier League clubs, with Arsenal FC and Manchester City both linked alongside Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund. Joe Gomez has now revealed he opted to join Liverpool because he believes he will get the chance to develop under Brendan Rodgers. “I met him [Rodgers] and that was a defining factor,” he told Liverpool’s official website. “He was positive and has already shown he will give young players an opportunity.” “I thought carefully where would be the best place and give me the […] Read more »

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Arturo Vidal Agent Denies Contact With Arsenal FC: Di Marzio

Arturo Vidal’s agent, Fernando Felicevich, has denied any contact between the Juventus midfielder and Arsenal FC despite the transfer madness that ensued in last week of June. The Juventus midfielder’s potential move to Arsenal FC was one transfer that had caught everyone’s imagination in the last week of June. It started off as a gossip then soon became the most talked about news on social media, going on a full circle of speculation – validation – denial – more speculation – back to denial, in a space of six days. Also Read: How Vidal Was Nearly Sold To Arsenal Between 24-29th June By Media Agencies The agent of the Chilean midfielder, who is currently away with the national side preparing for Copa America final against favorites Argentina, has come out and denied any contact with Arsenal FC regarding the Juventus man. Vidal’s agent was quoted saying to Di Marzio, “For Arturo, there has been no contact with Arsenal.” Vidal has cemented his reputation as […] Read more »


UEFA Ease FFP Rules To Tempt Investors

UEFA has eased financial fair play rules on clubs in a bid to tempt investors after a tough three-year campaign to cut sky-high debt in the European game. With Gulf state-owned Manchester City and Paris Saint Germain still feeling the pain of sanctions ordered last year, UEFA’s executive eased the rules at a meeting in Prague on Monday. They will force clubs to give extra information on ownership, but will also start new voluntary financial revival plans to allow clubs to avoid sanctions and to spend on players if they have a “plausible and conservative” business plan. The new UEFA rules are clearly intended to attract investors and Europe’s top clubs welcomed the move. “The financial fair play rules are a very important tool for clubs to control their economic situation,” said European Clubs Association president Karl-Heinz Rummenigge of Bayern Munich. “Therefore, ECA calls on clubs to keep on supporting the financial fair play system and to work within the […] Read more »

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Chelsea’s To-Do List for Champions League glory next season

Chelsea’s loss to Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League Round of 16 would have raised doubts in the minds of football pundits and fans alike over Mourinho’s ability to win the Champions League with Chelsea. While his Porto and Inter stints both fetched a Champions League medal each, his 3 years at Real Madrid and hitherto 5 years at Chelsea have been a dead ringer when it comes to European glory. Mourinho’s character will not let him mull over the losses and it is a given that the Portuguese manager would already be working on the reasons behind that failure. Mourinho has been a successful manager for Chelsea with 3 premier league titles, 3 League Cups, 1 FA Cup and a Community Shield in 2005 but has only reached the semi final stage of the Champions League, albeit thrice. Given Chelsea’s relative success with and without Mourinho at the helm, it is doubtful there could be a better combination to bring Europe’s most prized trophy back to […] Read more »

Arsenal sign Czech goalkeeper Petr Cech from Chelsea

Cech Thanks Abramovic In Farewell Letter To Chelsea FC Fans; No Mention Of Jose Mourinho

Petr Cech thanks Roman Abramovich from “bottom of his heart” but makes no specific mention of Jose Mourinho in an emotional farewell letter to Chelsea FC fans following his move to Arsenal FC.   Petr Cech completed his £10m transfer across London to Arsenal FC, drawing an end to a glittering 11-year career at Chelsea with an admission that “life doesn’t always turn out the way you think it will”. In the letter that he posted on his offical twitter handle, Cech thanked the Chelsea FC fans and admitted he would have liked to finish his career at the club if not for him losing his first team slot, last season: I thought this would never happen, but it is time for me to say goodbye to Chelsea Football Club: the club I have lived every single minute for since joining in July, 2014, the club in which I thought I’d hang my gloves and boots one day and finish my career. […] Read more »