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Cech on life-threatening injuries at Chelsea

Former Chelsea goalkeeper, Petr Cech, says that he has played for the club several times suffering from injury. He revealed that before the skull injury in 2006, he had played with two broken shoulders.

He was transferred from Rennes in 2004 for £7 million. This turned out to be one of the most expensive transfer during those periods. In his time with Chelsea, he turned out to be one of the best goalkeepers in the world. He helped his team won four Premier League, four FA Cup, three League Cup, and a win in both Champions League and Europa League.


Premier League legendary goalkeeper Petr Cech has named Wayne Rooney as the most challenging opponents he faced in his career. The former Chelsea and Arsenal shot stopper won four Premier League titles and the famous 2012 Champions League tile with the Blues before his switch to the Emirates in 2015. He retired in 2019 and returned to Chelsea as Technical and Performance Advisor.

Cech predicts bright future ahead for Chelsea boss Lampard

Chelsea’s technical advisor Petr Cech believes Frank Lampard could have a bright future ahead with the Blues. The 41-year-old was handed the managerial role following Maurizio Sarri’s departure last summer and he has since worked with the first-team squad without making any additions from the transfer market.

Mark Lawrenson backs Chelsea to finish fourth in the Premier League

BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson has backed Chelsea to finish in the fourth position in the Premier League despite their inconsistent run of form over the past few months. The west London giants have not been able to win two league games on the bounce since the November international break but they are still clinging onto the fourth spot as the teams below them have failed to capitalise on their shortcomings.

Frank Lampard demands more from the forward Chelsea players

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has admitted that the front players in the Blues squad should do more with the possession at hand. The Blues have been in poor form since the November international break and they have picked up just six points from the past seven Premier League matches.

Azpilicueta acknowledges Chelsea were not good enough against Everton

Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta has acknowledged that the Blues were not good enough to secure a victory over Everton over the weekend. The west London side had the chance to pile more misery on the Toffees, who had lost three league games on the bounce but that was clearly not the case with the Merseyside outfit running out 3-1 victors.

Petr Cech says Fikayo Tomori deserved to stay with Chelsea

Chelsea’s technical adviser Petr Cech believes Fikayo Tomori has proved his worth to the Blues’ first-team and he deserved to stay put with the club this summer. The England youth international was touted to make a temporary move to Everton before the Premier League transfer deadline but that was not the case after the surprise departure of David Luiz to Arsenal.

Declan Rice praises the progress made by fellow England teammate

West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice has heaped praise on Mason Mount, who has made a bright start to his Chelsea career. Mount had spent the past two seasons on loan with Vitesse and Derby County respectively and he has now been offered with the chance to impress for the Blues under manager Frank Lampard.
Speaking in a press conference, Rice said that he is pleased with the progress made by Mount with the Blues and believes the midfielder has the credentials to succeed with the club on a long-term basis, he told: “He’s pretty much immaculate. He’s playing the same way Lamps used to play. I am not surprised he is doing that for Chelsea and he is going to keep doing that there for years.”

Frank Lampard reveals one concern over Chelsea’s early season form

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has said that the Blues need to improve on one aspect in order to return to winning ways. The west London side have yet to win under the management of new boss Lampard and they have managed one draw and two defeats from their opening three games across all competitions.

Speaking after the 1-1 league draw against Leicester City, Lampard said that the fans may need to show more patience towards the team’s performances, given there is the room for improvement. He added that the players could have put the game to bed after the early strike and the lack of clinical finishing remains a concern at the current point of time, he quipped: "It's very early for us. We have to be patient as we are working towards something. Two or three nil would have taken the game away from them but we didn't take those chances. That's the story of our season so far. We need to be more clinical, for sure. It is defining."

Jorginho insists he is committed to Chelsea for the long-term

Chelsea midfielder Jorginho has said that he is committed to the west London side for the long-term. The Italian has been regularly linked with a reunion with former Blues boss Maurizio Sarri at Juventus but the midfielder has stressed that he is clearly content with the Europa League holders, he said:“He was my manager, he wasn’t my friend.

“We worked together for four years but now it is another time and another page. Another time in my life. I look forward to that now. I left him but I stayed here and I look to work for our team now, at Chelsea. I have a four-year contract. I am very happy in London and to be at Chelsea. I hope to be here for a long time.”