Chelsea

16 Jun 19
Chelsea Stone's Communications@Syracuse Blog

Background In 2019, it’s easier than ever to get what you want. With the rise of e-commerce, everything you might need is literally at your fingertips. You can have groceries delivered to your home within hours. Food from any restaurant on your city can be in your own kitchen in minutes. For any fashion needs, […]

16 Jun 19
Talkmore

Chelsea legend, Frank Lampard, 40,  has reportedly agreed to become the new coach the club for two years following the departure of  Maurizio Sarri to Juventus. According to The Sunday Times, Lampard who is currently the coach of Derby County has been given a major assurance after Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich called him personally last week to tell him he would have at least two […]

16 Jun 19
Transformed

The things I learned in Greece that I already knew:  I look so much prettier in my hat and shades! 1000 stairs straight up is ALOT of stairs. It’s so much more fun to experience a movie elbow to elbow with others. My classmates are crazy beautiful inside and out. I drink more water than […]

16 Jun 19
News Directory

MANCHESTER UNITED was drawn against Chelsea in tasty crunch on the first weekend of the 2019/20 Main Series season. Old Trafford will have all eyes about the fixed conflict as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer aims to get a better season and get back into the Champions League after the side ends at the end of the […]

16 Jun 19
High Velocity Sport

Football gossip: Cahill, Neymar, Bale, Ndombele, Dumfries, Coutinho, Buffon https://bbc.in/2WLLCwy England defender Gary Cahill, 33, is wanted by former boss Antonio Conte at Inter Milan after leaving Chelsea. (Sport Mediaset – in Italian) Paris St-Germain are willing to sell Brazil forward Neymar, 27. (L’Equipe – in French) Real Madrid and Wales winger Gareth Bale, 29, […]

16 Jun 19
Latest Football News

The Premier League transfer window is open. Click here to review all the latest transfers. And keep up to date with the latest gossip below. When does the window open in Europe? | QUIZ: Which club should you join? TOP STORY: Pogba to go on strike; Bayern eye Bale The future of Paul Pogba continues to make […]

16 Jun 19
Football News And Cup Today | Cup News

[ad_1] England defender Gary Cahill, 33, is wanted by former boss Antonio Conte at Inter Milan after leaving Chelsea. (Sport Mediaset – in Italian) Paris St-Germain are willing to sell Brazil forward Neymar, 27. (L’Equipe – in French) Real Madrid and Wales winger Gareth Bale, 29, is wanted on a season-long loan by Bayern Munich. […]

16 Jun 19
Latest Football News

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti questions whether Maurizio Sarri will be able to implement "Sarri-ball" at Juventus, after leaving Chelsea for the Italian club. from ESPN FC News https://es.pn/2RscSiZ

16 Jun 19
Hollywood Life

Does Prince William have a favorite child? For Father’s Day, he shared a photo playing with Prince Louis and fans are asking why he left out his other two kids George and Charlotte.

16 Jun 19
Chelsea Haynes

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.

16 Jun 19
Chelsea Haynes

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16 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
I DON’T see why we are making a big thing of Phil Neville’s rotation policy. The Lionesses have bought into his system and I think they understand it’s part and parcel of the game now and you have to be ready for it. The Lionesses are more than comfortable with the rotation policy of Phil Neville Alex Scott says rotation had a useful element of surprise at the 2015 World Cup This approach to rotation is nothing new. In Canada 2015 our ability to rotate was one of our strengths. No one could predict our starting 11 as we would change the line-up according to our opponent. Hope Powell didn’t have that option at the 2007 World Cup in China. It’s not about any one player any more and that brings the squad together. Everyone knows they will be involved at some point and will play their part. This England team knows it’s not about “me” but it’s about a “we” culture. There is also lots of debate about Chelsea boss Emma Hayes’ comments to reduce the size of goals and pitches in the women’s game — but I do not think that her argument is valid. We need to give our goalkeepers the same level of training that we’ve given to our outfield players. It shouldn’t be about making the goals smaller, it should be about making our goalkeepers better. I have been a part of a team where we failed to invest in our goalkeepers. They didn’t have specialised individual training sessions. Only in the last year have Arsenal brought in a full-time keeper coach. Until then they would have a short goalkeeping session and then they would join in with the rest of us. Chelsea boss Emma Hayes wants smaller goal-sizes – but Alex Scott says the focus should be on expert training for keepers There was no one helping keepers improve their craft. It was down to them. I knew that, to be the best right-back in the world, I had to improve my fitness so I could run up and down constantly for 90 minutes. It’s about improving as an athlete and a footballer. Hayes is out on her own as a manager because every single player or keeper we’ve heard from so far is not in favour of these changes. I’m travelling around France right now with a goalkeeper who was the best in the world — former US ace Hope Solo — and she strongly disagrees, too. Meanwhile, England are in a great position to top Group D and that has got to be our aim going into the next game against Japan. The moment you start strategically trying to map out a route to the final you can come unstuck. Sometimes it happens organically but there’s no point aiming to finish second as a way to avoid certain nations. No matter what, you’re going to end up meeting some of the best teams in the world. [article-rail-section title=”most read in football” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Winning the final group game on Wednesday would bring the Lionesses momentum and confidence and I am sure that’s what Neville will be saying. It’s not like you can go into this game feeling like you can take it easy because you’ve already qualified for the knockout rounds. It’s a World Cup and you don’t know if you’re going to get that opportunity again. [bc_video video_id=”6048893851001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Atletico Madrid want to use £108m Griezmann sale to beat Man City to Joao Felix transfer”]
16 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
I DON’T see why we are making a big thing of Phil Neville’s rotation policy. The Lionesses have bought into his system and I think they understand it’s part and parcel of the game now and you have to be ready for it. The Lionesses are more than comfortable with the rotation policy of Phil Neville Alex Scott says rotation had a useful element of surprise at the 2015 World Cup This approach to rotation is nothing new. In Canada 2015 our ability to rotate was one of our strengths. No one could predict our starting 11 as we would change the line-up according to our opponent. Hope Powell didn’t have that option at the 2007 World Cup in China. It’s not about any one player any more and that brings the squad together. Everyone knows they will be involved at some point and will play their part. This England team knows it’s not about “me” but it’s about a “we” culture. There is also lots of debate about Chelsea boss Emma Hayes’ comments to reduce the size of goals and pitches in the women’s game — but I do not think that her argument is valid. We need to give our goalkeepers the same level of training that we’ve given to our outfield players. It shouldn’t be about making the goals smaller, it should be about making our goalkeepers better. I have been a part of a team where we failed to invest in our goalkeepers. They didn’t have specialised individual training sessions. Only in the last year have Arsenal brought in a full-time keeper coach. Until then they would have a short goalkeeping session and then they would join in with the rest of us. Chelsea boss Emma Hayes wants smaller goal-sizes – but Alex Scott says the focus should be on expert training for keepers There was no one helping keepers improve their craft. It was down to them. I knew that, to be the best right-back in the world, I had to improve my fitness so I could run up and down constantly for 90 minutes. It’s about improving as an athlete and a footballer. Hayes is out on her own as a manager because every single player or keeper we’ve heard from so far is not in favour of these changes. I’m travelling around France right now with a goalkeeper who was the best in the world — former US ace Hope Solo — and she strongly disagrees, too. Meanwhile, England are in a great position to top Group D and that has got to be our aim going into the next game against Japan. The moment you start strategically trying to map out a route to the final you can come unstuck. Sometimes it happens organically but there’s no point aiming to finish second as a way to avoid certain nations. No matter what, you’re going to end up meeting some of the best teams in the world. [article-rail-section title=”most read in football” posts_category=”10″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Winning the final group game on Wednesday would bring the Lionesses momentum and confidence and I am sure that’s what Neville will be saying. It’s not like you can go into this game feeling like you can take it easy because you’ve already qualified for the knockout rounds. It’s a World Cup and you don’t know if you’re going to get that opportunity again. [bc_video video_id=”6048893851001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Atletico Madrid want to use £108m Griezmann sale to beat Man City to Joao Felix transfer”]
16 Jun 19
The Sun
I DON’T see why we are making a big thing of Phil Neville’s rotation policy. The Lionesses have bought into his system and I think they understand it’s part and parcel of the game now and you have to be ready for it. The Lionesses are more than comfortable with the rotation policy of Phil Neville Alex Scott says rotation had a useful element of surprise at the 2015 World Cup This approach to rotation is nothing new. In Canada 2015 our ability to rotate was one of our strengths. No one could predict our starting 11 as we would change the line-up according to our opponent. Hope Powell didn’t have that option at the 2007 World Cup in China. It’s not about any one player any more and that brings the squad together. Everyone knows they will be involved at some point and will play their part. This England team knows it’s not about “me” but it’s about a “we” culture. There is also lots of debate about Chelsea boss Emma Hayes’ comments to reduce the size of goals and pitches in the women’s game — but I do not think that her argument is valid. We need to give our goalkeepers the same level of training that we’ve given to our outfield players. It shouldn’t be about making the goals smaller, it should be about making our goalkeepers better. I have been a part of a team where we failed to invest in our goalkeepers. They didn’t have specialised individual training sessions. Only in the last year have Arsenal brought in a full-time keeper coach. Until then they would have a short goalkeeping session and then they would join in with the rest of us. Chelsea boss Emma Hayes wants smaller goal-sizes – but Alex Scott says the focus should be on expert training for keepers There was no one helping keepers improve their craft. It was down to them. I knew that, to be the best right-back in the world, I had to improve my fitness so I could run up and down constantly for 90 minutes. It’s about improving as an athlete and a footballer. Hayes is out on her own as a manager because every single player or keeper we’ve heard from so far is not in favour of these changes. I’m travelling around France right now with a goalkeeper who was the best in the world — former US ace Hope Solo — and she strongly disagrees, too. Meanwhile, England are in a great position to top Group D and that has got to be our aim going into the next game against Japan. The moment you start strategically trying to map out a route to the final you can come unstuck. Sometimes it happens organically but there’s no point aiming to finish second as a way to avoid certain nations. No matter what, you’re going to end up meeting some of the best teams in the world. [article-rail-section title=”most read in football” posts_category=”339″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Winning the final group game on Wednesday would bring the Lionesses momentum and confidence and I am sure that’s what Neville will be saying. It’s not like you can go into this game feeling like you can take it easy because you’ve already qualified for the knockout rounds. It’s a World Cup and you don’t know if you’re going to get that opportunity again. [bc_video video_id=”6048893851001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Atletico Madrid want to use £108m Griezmann sale to beat Man City to Joao Felix transfer”]
16 Jun 19
Football News And Cup Today | Cup News

[ad_1] The final details of a £5million compensations scheme were finally thrashed out over the weekend and Chelsea will approach Derby for permission to talk to their manager. The club confirmed that Sarri would indeed be leaving the club after months of speculation. They were adamant, however, that it was the Italian’s decision to quit […]

16 Jun 19
osteenjames.blogspot.com

On Saturday, Spain and Real Madrid footballer, Sergio Ramos married his longtime girlfriend Pilar Rubio in a star-studded wedding ceremony which took place in Seville, Spain. TV presenter Pilar, 41, commanded attention in an embellished dress and lace veil while the Real Madrid captain, 33, rocked a stylish check suit for their lavish wedding. The […]

16 Jun 19
NYDaily.news

Maurizio Sarri has left his post as manager of Chelsea to take over at Juventus as the replacement for Massimiliano Allegri. A Chelsea statement said, “the two clubs have reached an agreement for the early termination of Sarri’s contract with Chelsea FC whic…