Ciaran Kelly had high hopes for Chelsea in his season preview, but 2011/2012 has been far from the unqualified success that André Villas-Boas enjoyed at Porto in 2010/2011.
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Ciaran Kelly shares his thoughts on the decision by Paris St Germain to install Carlo Ancelotti as their new boss.
Ciaran Kelly takes a look at Chelsea young gun Daniel Sturridge whose progress could be crucial to the Enlish national team.
Ciaran Kelly looks at Inter Milan and how they have yet to manage to find a suitable replacement for Jose Mourinho.
Ciaran Kelly previews Chelsea with serious in depth analysis of Andre Villas-Boas’ first season in charge at Stamford Bridge.
With André Villas-Boas rumoured to be on the verge of taking over at Chelsea, Ciaran Kelly looks at whether the young manager can establish his own identity or will forever be labelled the ‘New Mourinho’.
Ciaran Kelly discusses the lost genius of Joe Cole who, after battling a series of injuries and tough competition at Chelsea, has an uncertain future after a poor season at Liverpool.
Yesterday we kick started the opening article of the Top 50 Players in the World feature. Today, we introduce you to those who were voted into 40th down to 31st place.
After a season where the “Player of the Year” can be quickly narrowed down to two men, we take a look at a more interesting accolade. Who was the most improved player of the 2009/10 campaign? Vote below. Florent Malouda With Chelsea requiring three points to become champions in 2009/10, Carlo Ancellotti’s team can be […]
With only a few week gameweeks left, Ruining Football have gambled with the captaincy this week with Carlos Tevez getting the armband in a decision that could go either way. At first glance, Carlos Tevez as captain seems like a no brainer. City are at home, banging in goals for fun, and the Argentine has […]