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Marcos Alonso reveals one thing Frank Lampard got wrong when he was at Chelsea



Marcos Alonso has disclosed that former Chelsea manager Frank Lampard acted on the wrong information to have half a bust-up with him in 2020.

Alonso was substituted at half time during Chelsea’s 3-3 draw with West Brom in September 2020 and the Spaniard opted to not sit in the dugout for the second half, which got the manager angry.

‘The manager didn’t take it well but I explained everything that happened. He thought I left before the end of the game but I told him no,’ Alonso told The Athletic.

‘There were some medical staff in the changing room who can provide the right information.


‘I watched the game upstairs and with five minutes to go they [West Brom security] told me I cannot be here so I went downstairs to the changing room. Then when the referee blew the whistle I went to the coach before the team got back.

‘It was not with any bad intention that I wanted to leave but I had a shower at half-time already, I had a shower upstairs and then I just went. I was not happy, of course, with how the game went and everything but it was not any intention to do that.

‘I spoke to my teammates straight after, [to check] if someone felt offended or something, [but] everyone was OK.

‘I was out [of the team] for a while but then I was back. Chelsea is the most important club in my career.


‘I want to give back [for] all the chances they put in me. That’s my only target. There will be good moments, there will be bad moments, there will be managers coming in and out. My contract is with Chelsea and I serve the club.’


Man United, Chelsea and Liverpool News



Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool News

Rasmus Hojlund is out for three weeks

Man United star Rasmus Hojlund will miss up to three weeks due to a muscle injury sustained in training, ruling him out of key matches, including the Manchester derby and an FA Cup clash. 

Despite his recent prolific form, United hope for his return for the crucial match against Everton on March 9.

Manager Erik ten Hag remains optimistic about United’s Champions League qualification prospects, emphasizing alignment with stakeholders, including new minority shareholder Sir Jim Ratcliffe

Ten Hag highlights the team’s progress and determination to secure Champions League football, viewing every upcoming game as crucial to achieving their goals.


Manchester United lost to Fulham

Manchester United played Fulham today and lost to the visitors by 2 to 1. The North London side had a perfect finish from Alex Iwobi to thank for their victory. 

The game started with Fulham dominating the host, playing beyond the own half. Manchester United struggled to keep possession of the ball due to the imperious display of the visitor.

However, the first half ended in nil, with no team scoring. During the second, Bassey scored a volley at 65 minutes, and Harry Maguire canceled it out at 89 minutes. Iwobi sealed the deserved win at 90+7 minutes.

This is Fulham’s first victory at Old Trafford in 21 years. The absence of Hojlund is felt as Man United could have used some of his help.


Full list of Chelsea and Liverpool injured players ahead of Carabao Cup final

Ahead of Sunday’s big game, the  Carabao Cup final between Chelsea and Liverpool, both teams are missing some crucial players because they’re injured. 

In Sunday’s Carabao Cup final between Chelsea and Liverpool, both teams will miss some key players due to injuries. For Chelsea, players like Reece James, Thiago Silva, Marc Cucurella, Benoit Badiashile, and Wesley Fofana won’t be playing. Similarly, Liverpool will be without Mohamed Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Alisson, Diogo Jota, and Thiago. These absences could impact the game, but both teams still have plenty of talent to put on the field.

 So, even though some top players are missing, it will still be an exciting match at Wembley Stadium.

Chelsea tipped to win the Carabao Cup against Liverpool.

In the forthcoming Carabao Cup final at Wembley Stadium, the odds favor Chelsea’s triumph over Liverpool, owing to a combination of tactical depth, player availability, and recent performance trends. Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea squad, though plagued by injuries to key players like Reece James and Thiago Silva, possesses a resilience and adaptability that could prove decisive in outmaneuvering Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side.


Chelsea vs Liverpoool

Despite Liverpool’s formidable reputation, their injury crisis looms large, with significant absences in key positions, including Mohamed Salah and Trent Alexander-Arnold. This absence of top-tier talent weakens Liverpool’s defensive stability and attacking potency, potentially leaving them vulnerable against a well-prepared Chelsea.

Strategically, Chelsea has demonstrated an ability to exploit opponents’ weaknesses, as seen in their earlier encounter with Liverpool this season. They narrowly missed victory. Their recent draw against Manchester City further underscores their capacity to compete at the highest level, signaling a peak-form team ready to seize the moment.

Moreover, with reinforcements like Axel Disasi and Conor Gallagher ready to step up, Chelsea’s squad depth offers tactical flexibility and resilience in the face of adversity. In contrast, Liverpool’s reliance on a narrower pool of players, exacerbated by their injury woes, leaves them more susceptible to fatigue and tactical limitations throughout a grueling cup final.

Ultimately, the stage seems set for Chelsea to capitalize on their momentum, exploit Liverpool’s vulnerabilities, and clinch victory in the Carabao Cup final. With Mauricio Pochettino at the helm and a squad brimming with talent and determination, Chelsea stands poised to emerge triumphant and claim the coveted silverware.



Rasmus Hojlund is out till March. Manchester United lost to Fulham at home, giving away 21 years of not losing against the North London side.

Ahead of the Carabao Cup final, Chelsea is tipped to win the silverware over Liverpool, and both teams stand to play without crucial players due to injury.

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EPL Transfer Updates: Chelsea and Manchester United 



EPL Transfer Update; Manchester United target

Ivan Toney is overpriced, says Jim Ratcliffe

Manchester Under the management of Erik ten Hag, Manchester United is eyeing reinforcements for their attack and has Ivan Toney of Brentford on their radar. 

However, they are reluctant to engage in a bidding war, especially considering Brentford’s reported asking price of £100 million. United’s joint-owner, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, deems Toney’s valuation too high, valuing him closer to £70 million. Ratcliffe is unwilling to participate in bidding battles with rival clubs like Chelsea and Arsenal.

Despite Toney’s impressive goal-scoring record for Brentford, Manchester United’s decision-makers know his limited experience in top-tier European competitions and his relatively low international caps. Additionally, they recognize that Toney may hold little resale value in the long term.

Furthermore, the club faces a decision regarding Mason Greenwood, who is currently on loan at Getafe due to off-field issues. United must determine whether to reintegrate Greenwood into the squad or consider selling him before the start of the next season. This decision adds another layer of complexity to United’s striker situation.


Jim Ratcliffe said Mason Greenwood could still have a future at Man Utd.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe, Manchester United’s new co-owner, has hinted that Mason Greenwood, currently on loan at Getafe, may still have a future at the club. 

Despite Greenwood’s tumultuous past, including a suspension and loan following behavioral issues, Ratcliffe suggests a decision on his future will be made during the close season. 

EPL Transfer Update; Mason Greenwood

Mason Greenwood

Ratcliffe stresses the importance of evaluating Greenwood’s character and alignment with the club’s values, emphasizing the need to focus on facts rather than speculation. 

He underscores the significance of determining if Greenwood can represent Manchester United and if the fans would support his return. Ratcliffe’s comments hint at a potential reprieve for Greenwood, suggesting the club will take a measured approach in deciding his fate.

Competition ensues on who to sign Sverre Nypan.

Chelsea and a dozen other clubs are competing to secure the signature of Sverre Nypan, the 17-year-old midfielder from Rosenborg, who has been likened to the Arsenal talent Martin Odegaard. 


Despite Nypan’s commitment to Rosenborg until 2026, interest in his services remains fervent, with a host of European clubs, including Manchester United, Manchester City, Aston Villa, Brighton, Brentford, Nottingham Forest, Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, AS Monaco, Lyon, Benfica, and FC Porto, closely monitoring his progress.

EPL Transfer update; Sverre Nypan

Chelsea’s transfer strategy has been influenced by Todd Boehly since 2022. It emphasizes the acquisition of young talents. However, the competition for Nypan’s signature is intense. The impending appointment of a new sporting director at Manchester United, along with Sir Jim Ratcliffe‘s oversight, adds further complexity to the transfer scenario.

Despite his young age, Nypan has already made significant strides in his career, breaking records in Norwegian football and earning recognition at the international level with appearances for Norway’s youth teams. His exceptional talent and potential make him a highly coveted prospect for top European clubs.


Manchester United want to bolster their attack and is considering signing Ivan Toney, but the striker’s price tag seems unreasonable, according to Jim Ratcliffe. Toney has no UCL experience and limited international caps.


In other news, Manchester United is considering giving Mason Greenwood a second chance after his tomentous off-field problem a year ago.  As part of improving the team’s ability to challenge for a significant title next season, Greenwood could be instrumental to the team’s success if forgiven of his controversial past.

Chelsea and numerous other European clubs were vying for Sverre Nypan’s signature. The youngster is tipped to be the next Martin Odegaard, making him a priority of most European teams.


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Chelsea Transfer News Roundup



Chelsea Transfer News Roundup

Chelsea want to Sign Victor Osimhen.

Chelsea is going for it! They’re eyeing Victor Osimhen from Napoli and are ready to splash the cash by activating his €130m release clause. 

Osimhen had a stellar season last time, banging in 26 goals in Serie A, but this time, it’s been a bit rougher for him with Napoli. Despite extending his contract until 2026, he’s set to leave this summer. 

Chelsea want to buy Victor Osimhen

Victor Osimhen

And guess who else wants him? PSG! They’re planning for life after Mbappe, who’s heading to Real Madrid. So, it won’t be a walk in the park for Chelsea. 

PSG seems keen to fork out the big bucks, too; even though Osimhen’s had a bit of a slump lately, what with his African Cup of Nations adventure, where Nigeria narrowly missed out on the trophy to Ivory Coast, Chelsea still sees him as a top-notch addition to their squad. 

Meanwhile, Napoli’s got their eyes on the Champions League clash against Barcelona. With Real Madrid out of the picture for Osimhen, it will be a real dogfight between Chelsea and PSG to snag this talented striker.


Harry Kane on Chelsea’s Tab 

Another one is Chelsea’s got their eyes on Harry Kane, who’s currently tearing it up at Bayern Munich. The guy’s been on fire since his move from Tottenham, scoring an impressive 28 goals in 29 matches. But Bayern’s been having a rough time lately, and it seems Kane might not be too happy about it.

Word on the street is that Chelsea’s keeping tabs on him, ready to swoop in if he decides he’s had enough of the German club’s struggles. And they’re not messing around—they’re willing to match the hefty £82m Bayern shelled out for him. Plus, there’s some added connection with Mauricio Pochettino, Kane’s former boss at Tottenham, now at the helm at Chelsea.

Even though Kane’s tied down at Bayern until 2027, his hunger to break Premier League records might see him make a return to England. And Chelsea, despite already beefing up their attack last summer, still see Kane as a top target. But they’ve got competition, with Napoli’s Victor Osimhen also in their sights, not to mention PSG lurking around.

Chelsea going to war over Jonathan Zirkzee.

 It’s shaping up to be a £51.3 million showdown between Chelsea and Manchester United for Bologna’s forward Jonathan Zirkzee. This guy’s been lighting up the pitch, catching the eye of big clubs like AC Milan, Juventus, Roma, and even Barcelona. 


Chelsea and United are hungry for some attacking firepower but have serious competition. Despite Bologna being reluctant to let him go, a bid of around £51 million could do the trick. 

Zirkzee’s versatility and potential are significant for Chelsea, who see him as a future star. But it’s not just Chelsea and United in the mix—other clubs are sniffing around, too.

With Zirkzee’s contract running until 2026 and some buyback clauses in play, sorting out his transfer could get tricky. Chelsea and United reckon he’s worth the hassle, bringing experience and untapped talent.


Chelsea’s transfer dealings paint a picture of a club with big ambitions and a clear plan for success. Chelsea’s approach combines short-term gains with long-term goals, from chasing Finesse strikers like Victor Osimhen and established stars like Harry Kane to scouting promising talents like Jonathan Zirkzee. 


They face massive competition from rivals from home and away. However,  they are not afraid to spend heavily to secure their targets, and Chelsea’s determination to stay at the top shines through.

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 Chelsea: EPL Matchday 25



Rodri: Chelsea Vs Man city

In a gripping encounter on Matchday 25, Manchester City and Chelsea played out a 1-1 draw. Raheem Sterling‘s breakaway goal initially put Chelsea in the lead, but a late equalizer from Rodri salvaged a point for City. 

Despite City’s push for a win, they remain in third place in the Premier League, trailing leaders Liverpool by four points.

Mauricio Pochettino’s strategic decisions to bolster Chelsea’s defense while not yielding the desired outcome underline his commitment to securing positive results against formidable opponents. The match intricately showcased the complexities of football decision-making, as expertly analyzed by Carragher.

For Chelsea, the draw signifies resilience and defensive solidity under Pochettino. Despite the late setback, the team displayed tremendous defensive prowess, an accomplishment amidst injury concerns and inconsistencies.


Chelsea takes pride in their performance against the league leaders despite the result. Pochettino’s proactive approach and unwavering commitment to positive outcomes are acknowledged, emphasizing football management’s calculated risks and strategic challenges. 

Chelsea vs Man City Post Match comments 

In the post-match reflections, Pep Guardiola admitted Manchester City’s lackluster first-half display, pinpointing the imperative need for defensive enhancements. 

Rodri echoed these sentiments, underscoring the urgency to shore up their defense, particularly against counter-attacks. Despite the challenging start, City showcased a spirited second-half comeback, reflecting a willingness to take risks and overcome their initial setbacks.

Switching to the Chelsea camp, Mauricio Pochettino expressed delight with a “very good performance,” highlighting the courage and determination exhibited by his team against what he regards as the world’s best team. 


Pochettino acknowledged the shift in control during the second half but commended his team’s resilience. Strategic defensive adjustments were made to counter the City’s threats effectively.

Looking ahead to the Carabao Cup final against Liverpool, Pochettino emphasized the pivotal role of belief and conveyed confidence in facing the second-best team globally. The draw against City is seen as a positive momentum builder for Chelsea, setting a favorable tone for their impending challenge.

Matchday 25

Chelsea vs Man City Player Ratings

Chelsea FC: Petrovic (7), Gusto (7), Disasi (8), Colwill (7), Chilwell (6), Caicedo (5), Fernandez (7), Gallagher (7), Palmer (6), Sterling (7), Jackson (7). Subs: Nkunku (5), Chalobah (5), Casadei (N/A).

Man City: Ederson (6), Walker (4), Dias (6), Akanji (6), Ake (7), Rodri (7), De Bruyne (7), Foden (5), Alvarez (6), Doku (7), Haaland (4). Subs: Silva (7).


Top performers for Chelsea FC include Disasi with a solid 8, while Chilwell struggled defensively, earning a 6. 

In contrast, Man City’s Walker had a challenging game with a 4, but Silva’s entry boosted their attack, securing a 7. Paris FC’s defensive strength stood out against City’s lackluster performance, notably from Haaland.

Jamie Carragher defends Chelsea’s debatable 2nd-half tactical approach

Following the 1-1 draw between Manchester City and Chelsea, Jamie Carragher offered insight into Chelsea’s second-half tactics, particularly Mauricio Pochettino’s contentious substitutions. 

As City pressed for an equalizer, Pochettino made late changes, bringing on Cesare Casadei and Trevoh Chalobah for attackers, aiming to secure a 1-0 result. However, Rodri’s late equalizer thwarted Chelsea’s plan, preserving City’s unbeaten home record.


Speaking on Sky Sports YouTube, Carragher supported Pochettino’s decisions, acknowledging the challenge of defensive changes when leading. 

He recognized the inherent risk and understood Pochettino’s ambition to secure maximum points against the country’s best team. 


Matchday 25 saw City clash with Chelsea, showcasing tactical nuances and resilience. Guardiola and Rodri addressed first-half challenges, and Pochettino’s strategies sparked debate. 

The draw holds significance for Chelsea, boosting confidence for the Carabao Cup final against Liverpool.



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EPL Transfer Update



EPL Transfer Update

EPL transfer update covers news from Man United, Arsenal, and Liverpool. Manchester United are going after Dan Ashworth of Newcastle United. Old Trafford could be Matthijs de Ligt’s new home, as he’s not enjoying his stay at Bayern Munich.

Arsenal confirmed their interest in Kylian Mbappe, and four stars could leave Liverpool at the end of this summer.

Dan Ashworth Under Man United Radial

Manchester United is ready to reach deep into its pockets as they’re reportedly ready to dish out a hefty seven-figure sum to swipe Dan Ashworth from Newcastle. 

Ashworth, the maestro behind Newcastle’s sporting scene since 2022, boasts a solid track record with gigs at Brighton and West Brom. He’s been pulling strings at St James’ Park, making moves like bringing in the record-breaking Alexander Isak.


Back in November, Ashworth was all love for the north-east, saying, “I’m really happy. It’s a brilliant city, club, and project.” But now, the lure of the big bucks might be swaying his stance.

Mikel Arteta confirms Arsenal’s interest in Kylian Mbappe 

Mikel Arteta just spilled the beans – Arsenal is eyeing Kylian Mbappe! The PSG superstar has dropped the bombshell that he’ll leave as a free agent after the 23/24 season. Real Madrid and Liverpool were in the mix before, but now Arsenal is throwing its hat in the ring.

Talking ahead of the Burnley match, Arteta admitted they’re in the conversation for a player of Mbappe’s caliber. But he hinted it’s a bit complicated, saying, “It looks differently.”

EPL Transfer Update

Kylian Mbappe

What’s intriguing is Mbappe’s nod to Arsenal, possibly due to the influence of French legend Thierry Henry‘s legacy. The Independent reports that Mbappe sees Arsenal as a good fit, appreciating the history and legends, as a game-changer in his career plan.

While Liverpool seemed like a strong contender last year, concrete offers still needed to materialize. Arsenal, with its historical appeal, is stepping up. The rumor mill hints at a Madrid move, but the plot thickens. The summer transfer saga just got more exciting – will Mbappe choose Arsenal’s legacy over others? Time will tell!


Matthijs de Ligt hands Man Utd transfer boost with bombshell Bayern Munich admission

Bayern Munich might not be his happy place, and Manchester United is on standby. He jumped on the Bayern train in 2022, but lately, Tuchel prefers other defenders, leaving De Ligt warming the bench.

After a rough 3-0 loss to Bayer Leverkusen, De Ligt’s not hiding his frustration. When asked if he was fit, he casually dropped a “Top fit” with a side of attitude.

Tuchel had earlier vouched for De Ligt staying put, but reality check – he’s the fourth wheel in defense. Manchester United is probably raising an eyebrow or two, considering a potential reunion with Erik ten Hag eyeing summer upgrades.

Four Players might leave Liverpool this Summer. 

Now, on to Liverpool – things are getting interesting. Rumor has it that Mo Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and others (Joel Matip, Thiago, Cody Gakpo, and Konstantinos Tsimikas) are eyeing the exit door this summer. 

EPL Transfer Update

Mo Salah and Alexander Arnold

Klopp’s departure is the root cause of this, as the Reds are in for a significant overhaul. New philosophy, new faces, and even the so-called “untouchables” might not be spared from the chop. Liverpool’s gearing up for a seismic shift, both on and off the pitch.


Arsenal’s pursuit of Mbappe, influenced by Thierry Henry’s legacy, promises a summer saga. Ashworth’s seven-figure compensation dance with Manchester United unveils the intricacies of managerial moves. 

De Ligt’s time at Bayern could end soon, hinting at a possible Manchester United reunion. Lastly, four players might exit Liverpool following Jurgen Klopp’s departure.

As these tales unfold, the football world braces for a summer filled with suspense, negotiations, and the anticipation of pivotal player and managerial shifts.

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Part One: Chelsea Legends of all-time



Chelsea Legend

It’s time for Chelsea Legends; prepare for the ride with Part 1 of Stamford Bridge Legends! 

Zola’s magic, Drogba’s heart-stopping moments, Lampard’s midfield brilliance, and Terry’s rock-solid defense make the fans go wild. These legends are Chelsea’s beating heart. It’s not just football; it’s a family affair. Let’s celebrate the heroes who made Stamford Bridge a stage for unforgettable memories! 

Top Chelsea Legend

  • Frank Lampard

Frank Lampard, the heart and soul of Chelsea for over a decade, rocked Stamford Bridge with his legendary skills. Scoring 211 goals from 2001 to 2014, he wasn’t just a midfielder but a maestro, orchestrating victories with his precise passes and jaw-dropping long-range goals.

Imagine the joy when he lifted three Premier League trophies, four FA Cups, and the Champions League. Lampard wasn’t just a player but a symbol of consistency, elegance, and pure leadership.

Now, guess what? He’s not just chilling on the sidelines. Lampard’s still in the game, but this time as the boss—Chelsea’s manager. He’s bringing his passion and football wisdom to guide the team, ensuring the legacy he built as a player continues to shine in the club’s future. Talk about a legend making moves!


Frank Lanpard and Didier Drogba

  • Didier Drogba

Meet Didier Drogba, Chelsea’s ultimate powerhouse striker, whose time at the club marked an unforgettable golden era from 2004 to 2012 and a brief return in 2014–2015. 

Nicknamed “The Drog,” he wasn’t just a goal machine with 164 strikes; he embodied physical prowess, clinical finishing, and unparalleled leadership.

His iconic display during the 2012 Champions League final confirms his legendary trait. Drogba’s last-minute equalizer and winning penalty were more than goals; they were the stuff of legends, securing his iconic status at Chelsea.

But it’s not just about the game for Drogba. Off the field, he’s a force for good, championing humanitarian causes that echo the spirit of Chelsea beyond football. 

  • John Terry

 John Terry is the backbone of Chelsea’s defense, the man who defined commitment during that epic 14-year stretch from 1998 to 2017. He is an expert in acrobatics, aerial clearance, and defensive brilliance. Thanks to the guidance and faith of the legendary Jose Mourinho.

Now, Terry isn’t just a legend; he’s the guy who lifted the Premier League trophy five times and threw in a Champions League title for good measure. 


His leadership? It wasn’t just a skill; it was the soul of Chelsea’s history. And get this: Terry smoothly transitions from legendary player to coaching guru today, still adding his magic touch to Chelsea.

 Terry takes on a dual role, not just coaching but also safeguarding Chelsea’s legacy. April 10, 2023, marks a new chapter. Terry teamed up with Dean Smith at Leicester City, and in July 2023, he returned home as Chelsea’s academy coach.

  • Gianfranco Zola

Gianfranco Zola, the maestro from Italy, wove pure magic at Chelsea in the late ’90s, captivating fans with his mesmerizing play. But here’s the thing: His impact goes beyond the pitch. Zola’s influence shaped Chelsea’s football vibe, becoming the epitome of flair and excitement.

They called him “The Little Magician,” when he landed from Parma in ’96, it was like poetry in motion. Zola’s vision, those mind-blowing passes, and don’t even get me started on those free-kicks – it was art on a football field. The peak? 1998, when he orchestrated Chelsea’s first taste of European glory, clinching the Cup Winners’ Cup.

Zola’s not just one of Chelsea’s greatest; he’s the guy who etched his name with unforgettable moments, like that winning goal against Stuttgart in ’98. 


Fast forward to today, and he’s still weaving magic – currently, he’s the vice-president of the Lega Pro, the Italian Serie C football league. The magic of Zola? It’s alive and kicking.


Just by reflecting on these legends, they crafted Chelsea’s entire vibe. You’ve got John Terry’s flair for defense, Frank Lampard’s calm composure, Drogba’s hunger for goals, and Zola’s influence. Each adds a unique and vital touch. 

Oh, and guess what? Part two is cooking up, going even deeper into the stories of these Chelsea icons. Keep an eye out!


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Chelsea Made an unexpected comeback against Crystal Palace




In a thrilling match at Selhurst Park, Chelsea made an impressive comeback against Crystal Palace, securing a 3-1 win after initially trailing to Jefferson Lerma’s long-range goal. This victory extends Chelsea’s winning streak to an impressive 13 league games.

The turning point unfolded in the second half when Conor Gallagher, a former Palace loanee, leveled the game with a goal after a brief halftime delay. 

The excitement peaked in the 90th minute as Gallagher netted again, giving Chelsea the lead, and Enzo Fernandez sealed the deal with a goal in the 94th minute.

Chelsea’s persistence paid off despite facing challenging moments against a resilient Palace side. A notable highlight was Nicolas Jackson, on the bench, earning a yellow card for his spirited celebration of Fernandez’s goal.


This win propelled Chelsea into the top half of the Premier League, showcased the team’s grit, and marked a significant victory for Mauricio Pochettino‘s squad.

…and Coach Roy Hodgson did his best

Roy Hodgson, often called “The Magician,” really nailed the tactics against Chelsea. Crystal Palace kept it simple but effective—deep defense, well-organized, and quick on the break.


Roy Hodgson

Mateta did a great job, always keeping that counter-attack threat alive. Even without Eze and Olise, Palace could’ve easily snagged something from the match. Hodgson deserves props for setting up a solid game plan that showcased some serious attacking skills. 

We could’ve grabbed some points there, he said.

Player of the Match: Conor Gallagher

In a game where Chelsea didn’t quite hit their usual stride, Conor Gallagher was the standout, especially in the second half. Playing in an advanced central midfield role, he ran the show and made a real impact, scoring two crucial goals to secure the win at a place he used to call home with Crystal Palace.



Crystal Palace:

The team put in a reasonable effort. Lerma did a solid job in midfield with a rating of 8, and Mateta led the frontline well, earning a decent score of 8, too. Henderson kept things steady in goal with a rating of 7. 

The defense, including Muñoz, Andersen, Richards, and Mitchell, did okay, with scores ranging from 6 to 7. Substitutes Ahamada and Edouard did their part, scoring 6 and 7.



Chelsea’s performance had its ups and downs. Gallagher, the Player of the Match, had a standout game rating of 8. Caicedo’s play in midfield was notable, earning a score of 7. Palmer’s creativity added value with a rating of 7. 

Defensive players like Disasi and Chilwell did a decent job with scores of 7 and 6. Substitutes Nkunku and Sterling contributed with scores of 6. Petrovic, Gusto, Thiago Silva, and Jackson received ratings ranging from 5 to 6, showing room for improvement.


In the 30th minute, Lerma’s jaw-dropping long-range shot had everyone on the edge of their seats, thanks to Mateta and Mitchell’s teamwork. 

The excitement was palpable. But just as quickly, at 47′, Gallagher, a familiar face from his time at Palace, pulled off a brilliant goal to level the score. 


The real kicker came at 90′ when Gallagher, channeling his inner Lampard, scored again, giving Chelsea the lead. Then, in the 94th minute, amidst the nail-biting tension, Enzo calmly sealed the deal. The final score was 3-1 for Chelsea.


Chelsea clinched a thrilling 3-1 win against Crystal Palace. Lerma’s 30th-minute wonder had Palace ahead, but Gallagher equalized at 47′. 

Gallagher struck again at 90′, securing the win, sealed by Enzo at 94′. Kudos to Hodgson’s strategy – Palace put up a good fight. Chelsea’s 13th consecutive league victory propels them into the top half. 

It was a wild ride and a sweet ending for the Blues!

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Thiago Alcantara Injury Update and More




Thiago Alcântara is injured again after his first Liverpool appearance in 10 months.

Thiago Alcântara returned to Liverpool against Arsenal after nine months, like a soccer-saga comeback, with a cameo in the final five minutes against Arsenal. 

It marked a poignant moment, precisely a year since his last full game. Yet, the joy was short-lived, as he’s now grappling with a fresh injury, a mysterious muscle woe, throwing a curveball into his comeback story.

This hiccup follows Thiago’s struggle post-hip surgery, which kept him out for a significant part of the season. Jurgen Klopp, the maestro behind Liverpool’s strategy, expressed genuine concern about Thiago’s fitness, ruling him out for the upcoming face-off with Burnley.

The plot thickens as Thiago’s contract ticks down to its final moments, set to expire at the season’s end. Oddly, there’s an eerie silence on any extension talks. 


The uncertainty about his future with Liverpool is as palpable as the excitement of his return. Will Thiago’s Liverpool journey continue, or is this latest setback the final chapter in his Anfield story? Only time, and perhaps a few more matches, will tell.

Liverpool is unwilling to offer Thiago a new contract

Liverpool’s saying goodbye to Thiago Alcantara, deciding not to extend the contract for the 32-year-old midfield maestro. It’s like the end of an era at Anfield, especially with Jurgen Klopp stepping away and the club’s leadership making tough calls.

Thiago Alcantara

While other stars like Alexander-Arnold, Salah, and Van Dijk are also in contract limbo, Thiago’s future is clear-cut—he’s moving on. With only six months left on his current deal, the Spanish playmaker has been through the wringer with a nagging hip injury, making a comeback against Arsenal that ended in more frustration with a fresh muscular problem.

As Thiago bids farewell, it’s not just the end of a contract; it’s the end of a chapter in Liverpool’s story. Klopp’s midfield makeover last summer and Thiago’s undeniable skills make his departure a bittersweet moment.


No new contract means he’s up for grabs, and clubs will be queuing up for this midfield maestro. Cheers to Thiago’s time at Anfield—a mix of brilliance and a bit of tough luck.

“Patience Required: Mauricio Pochettino Warns Fans

Pochettino is not mincing words while addressing the desperate fans. He’s telling the disappointed fans, “Hey, this £1 billion project might not shower us with results for another three years.” The team’s the youngest in the Premier League, and they’re banking on these rising stars to turn into world-beaters eventually.

Even with the recent 4-2 hit from Wolves, Pochettino’s doubling down on his commitment after a 3-1 FA Cup win against Aston Villa. He’s saying, “I believe in this project and in these players.”

But here’s the real talk: he’s warning that the journey might have some gloomy days. He’s telling fans, “We’re not the Chelsea of old. We’re building something new. It’s a process, and it’ll take time.


They’re gearing up for the Carabao Cup final against Liverpool, a big chance to shake things up. Pochettino’s mantra: It’s a marathon, not a sprint. So, brace yourself for the ride, Chelsea fans!


Thiago’s injury right after his Liverpool comeback is a gut punch. You could feel the excitement, but uncertainty hangs in the air now. With Klopp leaving and decisions looming, it’s like the end of a chapter at Anfield.

Over at Chelsea, Pochettino’s laying it straight—success might take a while. He’s building something new and asking fans to buckle up for the ride. Football’s a rollercoaster, and we’re all waiting to see where these twists take Liverpool and Chelsea next.


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