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Luis Felipe Scolari

Luis (Luiz) Felipe Scolari is a World Cup winner with Brazil and a veteran manager with over 20 years in club and international football management.

  1. Who do Chelsea really owe their current success to?

    “Scolari reckons that Chelsea’s success is all down to him”, “Scolari insists that Chelsea’s current domination of England is thanks to him” and “I made Chelsea Great!” are ludicrous statements from a number of newspapers this morning. However unfounded the headlines from various newspapers were this morning; they do raise an interesting question. How much, or little, have Chelsea’s previous 6 managers, in the last 7 years, contributed to the current success of the club?


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  2. Chelsea’s Worst Signings Under Roman Abramovich

    Chelsea have made approximately 50 signings since the take-over of Roman Abramovich. About£470 million (and William Gallas) has been spent on these players – that averages out at just over £9 million (and one of Gallas’ hands) per player. Taking money spent, time consumed, bad memories and general disappointment into account, here is a list of the 10 worst signings of Abramovich’s ownership.


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  3. Why I’d Choose Ancelotti over Mourinho

    Everyone can admire the achievements of Jose Mourinho but, as a Chelsea supporter, I can honestly say that if I was given the opportunity to have any of the men who have managed Chelsea reinstated then he would be bottom of my list. I would, without doubt, choose to keep Ancelotti.


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  4. A Bridge too far for Carlo?

    Taking the Chelsea job was never going to be easy for Carlo Ancelotti. He still doesn’t speak much English and he is going to have to adapt to the pace on the Premier League pretty quickly. Ancelotti arrives at Chelsea …


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  5. From Ukraine with Blues – Why Shevchenko should remain at Chelsea

    Shevchenko was given unfair treatment by Mourinho and the new Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti knows how to use Sheva properly and help him regain top-form.With the recent appointment of Carlo Ancelotti as the new Chelsea manager and the recent announcement that Shevchenko will be coming back to the Bridge now that his one-year loan deal with AC Milan has expired. While Shevchenko and many Chelsea fans are not optimistic about his future at the bridge, Sheva still has great potential to finish his career in style and justify the money that was spent on him. The following will be reviewed

    1) Why Shevchnko did not live up to his potential at Chelsea

    2) How Chelsea could have made better use of the Ukrainian international

    3) Why Shevchenko deserves one more season as a Chelsea starter under Ancelotti.


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