Germany international striker Timo Werner has not enjoyed the sort of reception he was expecting to get in his first full season at Chelsea and he believes that he deserves more accolades than he is currently getting. Since moving to London from German Bundesliga outfit RB Leipzig last summer, a lot has been expected of him and his inability to meet all of the expectations that have been placed on him has seen him come under huge pressure to perform at Stamford Bridge.
The striker’s form dropped drastically, and he was also low on confidence after a couple of fruitless outings and performances for the Blues. Having made his debut under former manager Frank Lampard, he showed some promising signs in his first few games at Chelsea and the Blues’ fans immediately thought they had gotten themselves the striker that will eventually fire them to the English Premier League title almost instantly. However, he would eventually struggle to keep up with his good form. Continue reading “GALLAS BELIEVES WERNER IS A TOP STRIKER”
When Chelsea handed a huge amount of transfer funds to former manager Frank Lampard last summer, the essence was so that the manager could make player additions to the squad that will be highly beneficial to their plans of challenging for trophies in the coming season. Lampard then did his best on the transfer window to bring in the likes of Timo Werner, Ben Chilwell, Hakim Ziyech, Kai Havertz, Thiago Silva, and others as he looked to build a team, he thought would be capable of winning the Premier League title.
However, as this season started, the reverse was the case. Chelsea’s new attackers found it hard to adjust to Lampard’s playing style and there were series of unwanted results from the new stars. Ziyech, Werner, and Havertz were particularly the three main star signings of the summer window and all eyes were on them to perform at the highest level. Continue reading “GALLAS: CHELSEA SHOULD SIGN ANOTHER STRIKER”
Arsenal fans won’t be out of place if they ask if the captaincy curse is back with what has been happening to club skipper Pierre-EmerickAubameyang in the past two weeks. The Gabonese international has been a shadow of himself in the Gunners team for the majority of this season though things picked up at the turn of the year but that improvement in form is now a thing of the past judging by the events of the last two weeks. Aubameyang has largely struggled to score the goals for the Gunners since the signing of his new contract last summer. He had one year left on his then Arsenal deal before the club handed him a two-year extension to make it three more years for him at the club. In addition, the player was given a pay rise of £250,000 weekly that could rise to £350,000 depending on add-ons.
William Gallas has criticized Chelsea’s England international full-back Reece James, insisting that the young defender needs to start learning to cover up for his center-backs if he really has the intention of helping the team. Gallas was making reference to the 2-0 loss Chelsea suffered in the Premier League back in January, highlighting that Reece James exposed the central defenders by placing too much focus on moving forward.
The 2-0 loss was Chelsea’s sixth of the Premier League campaign on a frustrating evening when Gallas believes that the two goals could have been kept out if there was more defensive organization from the Blues. The opening goal was conceded from a corner that was not defended properly while the second goal was a punishment for yet another defensive error. Continue reading “WILLIAM GALLAS CRITICIZES CHELSEA’S DEFENDER ON SOCIAL MEDIA”
William Gallas has said that he expects Chelsea to be highly interested in the possibility of signing West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice whether in this January transfer window or the summer. He said the Blues should do well to sign the player so they can have more competition in the team and also improve their current midfield options.
Former Premier League defender William Gallas is certain that the title is heading to London but not Arsenal. The ex-French international centre back believes that Chelsea or Tottenham Hotspur are better equipped than the Gunners for the Premier League title. William Gallas enjoyed a unique career as he played for the three London teams before he retired.
Gallas talked about the Premier League title race via his official Instagram account on Saturday. According to him, the results earned by both Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur showed that they are title contenders. He also regretted the injury sustained by Toby Alderweireld during the league game at the weekend as he described the Belgian international as the boss of the Spurs defence. Continue reading “WILLIAM GALLAS RULES OUT ARSENAL”
William Gallas is in retirement today, having last played as a footballer for the French side. His leading role was that of a defender. His football career has spanned England as well as France. Before he concluded his international playing career he landed with the league club called Perth Glory in Australia.
William Gallas today offers his opinion on several international football events. Recently he talked about the potential of the youthful squad at Tottenham and how they would be able to put up a good opposition in the Champions League games in the upcoming season. It is indeed one of the younger squads that is part of the Premier League. Gallas feels that Tottenham does lack experience as per other clubs, especially after he spent three years with them. However, he is confident that they can maintain their position in the main stage games in Europe. Gallas would know since he had played for Premier League clubs for the mainstay of his career. He heads the list of similar players who have retired, both from active playing as well as from managerial positions. Continue reading “Gallas States His Opinion for Tottenham Squad”
Chelsea players are returning to the training ground after a big break induced by the COVID 19 pandemic. Most of the players have returned to outdoor training, as some players are to be training in isolation for 14 days. This is due to the orders of the UK government that people returning from abroad should be quarantined. Willian, Pedro, and Alonso are some of the players who are training under isolation. The club has confirmed that they have taken enough measures to protect the players.
Blues are allotting an hour for each player who are living near training grounds. All the guidelines of social distancing are being implied and medical staff is appointed to watch the players. The decision to open training grounds was on the intention to give players a safer place and also to keep them away from all attention. Continue reading “Chelsea players asked to return to England”
Atletico Madrid have not given up hope on signing Arsenal striker Alexandra Lacazette. The Rojiblancos made their interest in the Frenchman known during the January transfer window but no official move was made. Atletico needed a striker in January, since Diego Costa has been hit with a series of fitness issues. The former Chelsea striker has endured an injury hit season.
The club also made an approach for PSG’s Edinson Cavani. The Uruguay international has 6 months left in his contract in January and will be available for free at the end of the season. Atletico could not agree terms with Cavani’s representatives. Continue reading “ATLETICO MADRID STILL WANT LACAZETTE”
Arsenal are on the verge of closing a management deal with Mikel Arteta of Manchester City but former Gunner defender says he would pick Patrice Vieira above every other pretended that is giving off the vibe of a no-nonsense coach just to land the job at the Emirates dugout.
Gallas maintained that it is understandable to see Freddie Ljungberg struggle over something as simple as ensuring the Gunners are not worse off as they were under Unai Emery. For the former Chelsea man, Freddie’s lack of experience was always going to work against him which is the reason why giving Arteta the job is as bizzare as they come given that the Spaniard has just about the same experience as the current caretaker. Continue reading “WILLIAM GALLAS PICKS VIEIRA OVER LJUNGBERG”