Frank Lampard

20 May 19
The Irish Sun
MAURIZIO SARRI has guided Chelsea into the top three and to the Europa League final this season – but one in three fans still want him axed. The Italian tactician has been heavily linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge this summer amid interest from Juventus. According to an exclusive SunSport poll, 33 per cent of Chelsea supporters want him gone this summer. Sarri received more votes than any other manager in the English top flight following the end of the Premier League season. Only five per cent of Arsenal fans voted for Unai Emery to leave, while 16 per cent called for Ole Gunnar Solksjaer to leave Manchester United. It comes as no surprise that no Manchester City fans voted for Pep Guardiola to be axed after he guided his team to the domestic treble. Sarri looks set to leave after reports claimed he will be sacked even if he wins the Europa League. Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is expected to get rid of him because he has a poor rapport with the fans. [article-rail-topic title=”latest chelsea news” term_id=”979″ posts_number=”12″ /] Club legend Frank Lampard has emerged as an early favourite to take the reigns after his sensational spell with Derby. Juventus have already reportedly made contact with the Italian manager ahead of their swoop this summer. Former Old Lady boss Massimiliano Allegri has emerged as a likely canidate to take over the Blues next season. [bc_video video_id=”6038937046001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Maurizio Sarri is Juventus’ No1 manager target after cooling on Antonio Conte”]
20 May 19
The Scottish Sun
MAURIZIO SARRI has guided Chelsea into the top three and to the Europa League final this season – but one in three fans still want him axed. The Italian tactician has been heavily linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge this summer amid interest from Juventus. According to an exclusive SunSport poll, 33 per cent of Chelsea supporters want him gone this summer. Sarri received more votes than any other manager in the English top flight following the end of the Premier League season. Only five per cent of Arsenal fans voted for Unai Emery to leave, while 16 per cent called for Ole Gunnar Solksjaer to leave Manchester United. It comes as no surprise that no Manchester City fans voted for Pep Guardiola to be axed after he guided his team to the domestic treble. Sarri looks set to leave after reports claimed he will be sacked even if he wins the Europa League. Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is expected to get rid of him because he has a poor rapport with the fans. [article-rail-topic title=”latest chelsea news” term_id=”979″ posts_number=”12″ /] Club legend Frank Lampard has emerged as an early favourite to take the reigns after his sensational spell with Derby. Juventus have already reportedly made contact with the Italian manager ahead of their swoop this summer. Former Old Lady boss Massimiliano Allegri has emerged as a likely canidate to take over the Blues next season. [bc_video video_id=”6038937046001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Maurizio Sarri is Juventus’ No1 manager target after cooling on Antonio Conte”]
20 May 19
The Sun
MAURIZIO SARRI has guided Chelsea into the top three and to the Europa League final this season – but one in three fans still want him axed. The Italian tactician has been heavily linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge this summer amid interest from Juventus. According to an exclusive SunSport poll, 33 per cent of Chelsea supporters want him gone this summer. Sarri received more votes than any other manager in the English top flight following the end of the Premier League season. Only five per cent of Arsenal fans voted for Unai Emery to leave, while 16 per cent called for Ole Gunnar Solksjaer to leave Manchester United. It comes as no surprise that no Manchester City fans voted for Pep Guardiola to be axed after he guided his team to the domestic treble. Sarri looks set to leave after reports claimed he will be sacked even if he wins the Europa League. Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is expected to get rid of him because he has a poor rapport with the fans. [article-rail-topic title=”latest chelsea news” term_id=”979″ posts_number=”12″ /] Club legend Frank Lampard has emerged as an early favourite to take the reigns after his sensational spell with Derby. Juventus have already reportedly made contact with the Italian manager ahead of their swoop this summer. Former Old Lady boss Massimiliano Allegri has emerged as a likely canidate to take over the Blues next season. [bc_video video_id=”6038937046001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Maurizio Sarri is Juventus’ No1 manager target after cooling on Antonio Conte”]
20 May 19
Miles & Miles of Chelsea

This probably isn’t a great idea. Admittedly, my argument here is driven more by emotion than logic. Maurizio Sarri, by most end of season metrics, has been rather decent. 3rd in the league, League Cup Finalists, and potentially Europa League Champions, Chelsea supporters would probably have taken that news and ran at the beginning of […]

20 May 19
News Archives Uk

Juventus wants Chelsea boss to succeed Allegri WhoScored.com Chelsea News: Board wants Frank Lampard to replace Maurizio Sarri Metro.de Juventus will do its utmost to make Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarr his new manager because Ronaldo The Sun Arsenal must win the Europa League to disguise the failure of the Top 4 placement in Daily Mail […]

20 May 19
News Archives Uk

After cooling down on Antonio Conte, MAURIZIO SARRI Juventus & # 39; s best target. The Chelsea boss will now ask for a quick answer about his future at Stamford Bridge after emerging as a candidate for the Italian giants. PA: Press Association Sarri is Juventus's most important goal in filling his leadership position Ex-Blues […]

20 May 19
Metro
Maurizio Sarri has a testing time ahead of him (Picture: Getty Images) Chelsea are currently set to be unable to buy players for the next two transfer windows after being slapped with a transfer ban by FIFA. The sanctions will prevent the club from buying players this summer and in the January of 2020, although this no longer includes under-16 players. The ban came about after the Blues were found guilty of breaching rules relating to the transfers of foreign minors, although it was never specified which transfers were concernd Given that Article 19 of the Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players was breached over 29 minors, and article 18bis (regarding third-party ownership) twice more, FIFA felt the significant punishment was necessary. Roman Abramovich is still hoping to overturn the ban (Picture: AFP/Getty Images) It is not exactly clear what part of Article 19 Chelsea broke in the various cases, but the regulations are set out below and are related to buying under-18 players from abroad. [metro-fact-box title=”The FIFA regulations Chelsea have broken” colour=”grey” icon=”exclamation”] 18bis Third-party influence on clubs No club shall enter into a contract which enables the counter club/counter clubs, and vice versa, or any third party to acquire the ability to influence in employment and transfer-related matters its independence, its policies or the performance of its teams. The FIFA Disciplinary Committee may impose disciplinary measures on clubs that do not observe the obligations set out in this article. 19 Protection of minors International transfers of players are only permitted if the player is over the age of 18. The following three exceptions to this rule apply: a) The player’s parents move to the country in which the new club is located for reasons not linked to football. b) The transfer takes place within the territory of the European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) and the player is aged between 16 and 18. In this case, the new club must fulfil the following minimum obligations: i. It shall provide the player with an adequate football education and/or training in line with the highest national standards. ii. It shall guarantee the player an academic and/or school and/or vocational education and/or training, in addition to his football education and/or training, which will allow the player to pursue a career other than football should he cease playing professional football. iii. It shall make all necessary arrangements to ensure that the player is looked after in the best possible way (optimum living standards with a host family or in club accommodation, appointment of a mentor at the club, etc.). iv. It shall, on registration of such a player, provide the relevant association with proof that it is complying with the aforementioned obligations. VI. International transfers involving minors 23 c) The player lives no further than 50km from a national border and the club with which the player wishes to be registered in the neighbouring association is also within 50km of that border. The maximum distance between the player’s domicile and the club’s headquarters shall be 100km. In such cases, the player must continue to live at home and the two associations concerned must give their explicit consent. The conditions of this article shall also apply to any player who has never previously been registered with a club, is not a national of the country in which he wishes to be registered for the first time and has not lived continuously for at least the last five years in said country. Every international transfer according to paragraph 2 and every first registration according to paragraph 3, as well as every first registration of a foreign minor player who has lived continuously for at least the last five years in the country in which he wishes to be registered, is subject to the approval of the subcommittee appointed by the Players’ Status Committee for that purpose. The application for approval shall be submitted by the association that wishes to register the player. The former association shall be given the opportunity to submit its position. The sub-committee’s approval shall be obtained prior to any request from an association for an International Transfer Certificate and/ or a first registration. Any violations of this provision will be sanctioned by the Disciplinary Committee in accordance with the FIFA Disciplinary Code. In addition to the association that failed to apply to the sub-committee, sanctions may also be imposed on the former association for issuing an International Transfer Certificate without the approval of the subcommittee, as well as on the clubs that reached an agreement for the transfer of a minor. The procedures for applying to the sub-committee for a first registration and an international transfer of a minor are contained in Annexe 2 of these regulations. [/metro-fact-box] Have Chelsea appealed the transfer ban? Yes, and it was rejected by FIFA earlier in May. The only concession that FIFA made was that the transfer ban now does not apply to under-16s, which they set out in the following statement. ‘The FIFA Appeal Committee has decided to partially uphold the appeal lodged by Chelsea FC against the decision of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee to sanction the club with a ban on registering new players at both national and international level for the next two complete and consecutive registration periods. This ban applied to the club as a whole – with the exception of the women’s and futsal teams – and did not prevent the release of players. ‘With respect to all men’s teams, the ban on registering new players, both nationally and internationally for two registration periods, has been confirmed by the FIFA Appeal Committee, with the following exception: ‘The FIFA Appeal Committee believes that Chelsea’s wrongdoing consisted in not respecting the prohibition from internationally transferring or registering for the first time foreign minor players. In the committee´s opinion, imposing a ban on registering each and every minor would not be proportionate to the offence committed. ‘Consequently, the FIFA Appeal Committee decided that, as far as youth categories are concerned, the ban shall not cover the registration of minor players under the age of 16 who do not fall under the scope of art. 19 of the Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players, which refers to international transfers and first registrations of foreign minor players. ‘Additionally, the FIFA Appeal Committee confirmed the fine of CHF 600,000. The decision issued by the FIFA Appeal Committee was notified today.’ [metro-zone-post-strip] Can Chelsea appeal again? Yes, the appeal process within FIFA has come to an end, but they can take the case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). It has not been confirmed that this is taking place yet, but it almost certainly will as the club look to avoid the punishment, or at least delay it. There is the potential for any transfer ban to be suspended until an appeal process is entirely concluded, so Chelsea could buy themselves some time by continuing to appeal, and potentially still buy players during the summer transfer window. What is the situation with Gonzalo Higuain and Mateo Kovacic? Both Higuain and Kovacic have been on loan at Chelsea this season and they can have their deals extended without breaching the transfer ban. Higuain’s deal can be made permanent for £31.6m or he can stay for another year on loan from Juventus for £15.6m. Kovacic has no set fee agreed between Chelsea and Real Madrid, so negotiations will begin, with the Spanish side thought to want around £40m for the midfielder. [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/05/20/arsenal-set-friendly-match-preparation-europa-league-final-chelsea-9610888/” title=”Arsenal set up friendly match in preparation for Europa League final against Chelsea”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/05/19/chelsea-want-frank-lampard-replace-maurizio-sarri-europa-league-final-9601293/” title=”Chelsea want Frank Lampard to replace Maurizio Sarri after Europa League final”]
20 May 19
Liverpool FC HQ

All the latest folks and there is a lot to report. Here you are; Liverpool sent scouts to watch Lyon last week as they weigh up a move for forward Memphis Depay. (Source: Express) Manchester United want Ryan Sessegnon but are worried Liverpool are going to make a move. Sessegnon is a boyhood Liverpool fan […]

20 May 19
Archy news nety

Allegri could join Lampard on Chelsea's wish list while older players threaten to force Sarri out Massimiliano Allegri could return to Chelsea's wish list after admitting he wanted to start working in a new club next season after his departure from Juventus. Allegri has been a target for Chelsea in more than one occasion in […]

20 May 19
The Irish Sun
MASSIMILIANO ALLEGRI could replace Maurizio Sarri as Chelsea boss as he has admitted he wants to take up a new job from next season. The Italian coach has been sacked by Juventus, with the Serie A champs targeting the current Blues gaffer, 60, as his replacement. Massimiliano Allegri could replace Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea as he has admitted he does not want to take a break from football Sarri’s future at Stamford Bridge remains unknown, with Juventus targeting the Blues gaffer as Allegri’s replacement Chelsea have approached Allegri, 51, on numerous occasions in the past. And the Blues could finally get their man as Juventus announced on Friday the Italian would not see out his contract, expiring in 2020. Allegri later revealed it was the Turin side who pulled the trigger, even though he had delivered the Serie A title in every one of his five seasons in charge. And he has said he does not want to take a break from football, putting Blues chiefs on alert. Allegri told Sky Italia: “I am not particularly looking for a year off. “I’ll only take a sabbatical if I have to, but otherwise the idea is to find a project that convinces me. “Life is full of surprises and you have to be ready for anything. “I train with joy and fun, because if I am not convinced by the squad at my disposal, I try changing things around, moving players into new positions and finding something different, otherwise I get bored.” Allegri has reportedly been learning English for a while now – and said last year he would like to take up his next job abroad. [article-rail-topic title=”More chelsea news” term_id=”979″ posts_number=”8″ /] And Sarri’s future at Stamford Bridge remains uncertain, with Juventus making him the No1 target for the vacant post in Turin. Meanwhile, Blues legend Frank Lampard is reportedly also being considered for the Chelsea gig. Lampard is one game away from securing Premier League promotion with Derby, who will face Aston Villa in the play-offs final at Wembley next Monday. [bc_video video_id=”6037706880001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Chelsea boss Sarri throws jacket on ground when Loftus-Cheek gets injured “]
20 May 19
The Scottish Sun
MASSIMILIANO ALLEGRI could replace Maurizio Sarri as Chelsea boss as he has admitted he wants to take up a new job from next season. The Italian coach has been sacked by Juventus, with the Serie A champs targeting the current Blues gaffer, 60, as his replacement. Massimiliano Allegri could replace Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea as he has admitted he does not want to take a break from football Sarri’s future at Stamford Bridge remains unknown, with Juventus targeting the Blues gaffer as Allegri’s replacement Chelsea have approached Allegri, 51, on numerous occasions in the past. And the Blues could finally get their man as Juventus announced on Friday the Italian would not see out his contract, expiring in 2020. Allegri later revealed it was the Turin side who pulled the trigger, even though he had delivered the Serie A title in every one of his five seasons in charge. And he has said he does not want to take a break from football, putting Blues chiefs on alert. Allegri told Sky Italia: “I am not particularly looking for a year off. “I’ll only take a sabbatical if I have to, but otherwise the idea is to find a project that convinces me. “Life is full of surprises and you have to be ready for anything. “I train with joy and fun, because if I am not convinced by the squad at my disposal, I try changing things around, moving players into new positions and finding something different, otherwise I get bored.” Allegri has reportedly been learning English for a while now – and said last year he would like to take up his next job abroad. [article-rail-topic title=”More chelsea news” term_id=”979″ posts_number=”8″ /] And Sarri’s future at Stamford Bridge remains uncertain, with Juventus making him the No1 target for the vacant post in Turin. Meanwhile, Blues legend Frank Lampard is reportedly also being considered for the Chelsea gig. Lampard is one game away from securing Premier League promotion with Derby, who will face Aston Villa in the play-offs final at Wembley next Monday. [bc_video video_id=”6037706880001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Chelsea boss Sarri throws jacket on ground when Loftus-Cheek gets injured “]
20 May 19
The Sun
MASSIMILIANO ALLEGRI could replace Maurizio Sarri as Chelsea boss as he has admitted he wants to take up a new job from next season. The Italian coach has been sacked by Juventus, with the Serie A champs targeting the current Blues gaffer, 60, as his replacement. Massimiliano Allegri could replace Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea as he has admitted he does not want to take a break from football Sarri’s future at Stamford Bridge remains unknown, with Juventus targeting the Blues gaffer as Allegri’s replacement Chelsea have approached Allegri, 51, on numerous occasions in the past. And the Blues could finally get their man as Juventus announced on Friday the Italian would not see out his contract, expiring in 2020. Allegri later revealed it was the Turin side who pulled the trigger, even though he had delivered the Serie A title in every one of his five seasons in charge. And he has said he does not want to take a break from football, putting Blues chiefs on alert. Allegri told Sky Italia: “I am not particularly looking for a year off. “I’ll only take a sabbatical if I have to, but otherwise the idea is to find a project that convinces me. “Life is full of surprises and you have to be ready for anything. “I train with joy and fun, because if I am not convinced by the squad at my disposal, I try changing things around, moving players into new positions and finding something different, otherwise I get bored.” Allegri has reportedly been learning English for a while now – and said last year he would like to take up his next job abroad. [article-rail-topic title=”More chelsea news” term_id=”979″ posts_number=”8″ /] And Sarri‘s future at Stamford Bridge remains uncertain, with Juventus making him the No1 target for the vacant post in Turin. Meanwhile, Blues legend Frank Lampard is reportedly also being considered for the Chelsea gig. Lampard is one game away from securing Premier League promotion with Derby, who will face Aston Villa in the play-offs final at Wembley next Monday. [bc_video video_id=”6037706880001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Chelsea boss Sarri throws jacket on ground when Loftus-Cheek gets injured “]
20 May 19
AREWA.ng - Nigeria news.

Chelsea are preparing to fire Maurizio Sarri, regardless of whether he wins the Europa League and want to bring in Frank Lampard as his replacement, Sky Sport Italia reports. Sarri has struggled to win over fans despite a solid first season in charge at Stamford Bridge, in which he reached the final of two Cups […]