Reuters Soccer Blog

Who is most likely to follow Hiddink at Chelsea?

February 20, 2009

Interim Chelsea coach Guus Hiddink is adamant that he will be leaving at the end of the season to concentrate on the Russia job.

Is Ferguson being generous saying it’s a two horse race?

February 19, 2009

Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has dismissed Chelsea’s Premier League title hopes, but given his side’s run of form he is perhaps being generous to Liverpool by saying they still have a chance.

Hiddink tells Reuters he is in talks with Chelsea

February 10, 2009

Guus Hiddink is in talks with Chelsea about taking over as manager until the end of the season while continuing as Russia coach.

Scolari pays price for Premier League impatience

February 10, 2009

From our main soccer site:

If John Terry had remained upright for half a second more on a soggy Moscow night in May then Avram Grant would probably still be battling for honours on all fronts as Chelsea manager.

Scolari sacked by Chelsea – your views

February 9, 2009

Chelsea have sacked manager Luiz Felipe Scolari after just over half a season in charge.

Thrifty Chelsea search through Golden Bin for Quaresma

February 3, 2009

Since Roman Abramovich arrived with his millions from Russia, Chelsea have been used to shopping in the transfer market’s version of Harrods for glitzy new players.

Liverpool keep it interesting, but United are sitting pretty

February 2, 2009

Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Chelsea will at least keep the Premier League interesting for the time being but it probably said more about the decline of this Chelsea team than it did about Liverpool chances of actually beating United in the title race.

Which shock late transfers would you like to see?

January 30, 2009

The end of the transfer window is fast approaching and so far it has been fairly quiet (if we exclude the Manchester City-Kaka saga as it didn’t go through).

Ashley Cole’s word of advice on autobiographies

January 29, 2009

Chelsea are back up to second in the Premier League ahead of Sunday’s glamour clash at Liverpool, but life as a professional footballer is not always so rosy – especially if you write a book.