Thursday, 25 November 2010

Chelsea Times - Daily Reporter - Kalou Believes in King Carlo, 6 Chelsea Players Shortlisted for FIFA World XI and More

    Daily News and Analysis

 "He has that calm and brings it to the team making us play to our full potential. - Kalou on Ancelotti
Chelsea v Spartak Moscow, Champions League Group F 3/11/2010 Salomon Kalou of Chelsea during the lineup  Photo Marc Atkins Fotosports International Photo via Newscom
We Stand-by the manager


    After the turbulent two weeks without a win, Chelsea finally came back to winning ways after beating Zilina in Champions League group stage match at Stamford Bridge. Thous the win wasn't convincing still it was the important win for the club, players and manager. Kalou in an interview with the official website, showed his full support to Carlo Ancelotti by saying that he he is always calm and doesn't put unnecessary pressure on the players despite being in bad time. He went on saying that Carlo has the belief that if worked hard the bad days will be left behind and the team is training all in the same way and in same winner.
    Surely these words will mean lot to Carlo after reports surrounded that he is set to resign the Chelsea hot-sit and that the owner have no more belief in him. Being shown full support to the manager even in the troubled times will be a boost for the manager.



6 players shortlisted in FIFA World XI list.
    Today FIFA shortlisted its list of probables to be named in the World XI team. The list is of 55 players. Which consists Petr Cech, Ashley Cole, John Terry, Frank Lampard, Michael Essien, Didier Drogba. The final team will be announced at the Balon d'Or award ceremony on 10th January.

  
    Notts County Take Woods on Loan
    Paul Ince has signed Chelsea youngster Michael Woods on loan until January and will play for them in weekend's FA cup match against Bournemouth




    He is next Ashley Cole in the making - Says Daniel Sturridge

Chelsea's Patrick Van Aanholt (C) celebrates his goal against Newcastle United during their English League Cup soccer match at Stamford Bridge in London September 22, 2010.  REUTERS/Eddie Keogh  (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Next Ashley in The Making - Patrick van Aanholt

    Goal scorer against Zilina in the midweek, Daniel Sturridge has praised his fellow team mate by saying that Patrick van Aanholt is the next Ashley Cole in the making at the club. He want on to say that "There's not many left-backs around the country or in the world who do that. He's got a lot of energy, and is a very good player.". Both players started against Zilina and had a good game. Let's all hope that Sturridge's words turn into a reality in coming years.