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Andreas Christensen played yesterday in Chelsea‘s defeat at Wembley vs Tottenham in the Carabao Cup semifinal’s first leg.

The Danish defender however, believes the Blues deserved a better result:

It was a tough result,” Christensen told Chelsea Tv. “I felt as though, especially in the second half, we had a good spell in the game. We played good and had chances, and we probably feel as though we should have at least got a draw from it.”

The 1-0 loss is a bad result, but not too bad as Chelsea can play the second leg at Stamford Bridge and have many chances to advance to the Carabao Cup final.  “After we went 1-0 down it was good that we didn’t just think it was over, we kept going and we knew we just had to stay in the game because it’s over two legs,” Christensen added. “We’re still in it and we think we can decide the game at home.”

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After a great start of the season, Spanish striker Alvaro Morata hasn’t mantained the level of his performances.

Now, the Chelsea player reveals he has been influenced by his back’s problems.

Everything was good until I had the problems with my back,” Morata told Chelsea Tv. “I played with a lot of pain and it probably would have been better if I’d stopped. But I wanted to play with my teammates, for the club and the fans. Now it’s in the past. My first year could have been better, but there are still more games to go and we have a chance to win the FA Cup.”

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Yesterday vs Brighton, Cesar Azpilicueta provided his sixth assists for Alvaro Morata.

The Spanish defender hopes to have another good performance and to finish the year with another win on Saturday at Stamford Bridge vs Stoke City. 

What I see is that every game is a difficult game to win,” – Azpilicueta told Chelsea TV. – “Apart for Manchester City, every team is having problems. We need to fight and to keep pushing. We have another game against Stoke, our last game of the year, and it’s important to keep winning and getting points. We must try to go as far as we can.”

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Former Chelsea striker Tommy Langley has spoken at Chelsea Tv about Michy Batshuayi: according to him, the Belgian deserves more chances from the Blues manager Antonio Conte.

“The gaffer has got it spot on, but you can’t help feeling sorry for a guy who sees Alvaro Morata, who is his fellow striker, not fit, and you think here is my chance, I’m in, and all of a sudden he goes and plays the three amigos and they play as well as they did” – Langley said – “So he is even further down the pecking order. I thought when he came on against Atletico Madrid he made a difference. I think he is an impact player at the moment.” 

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Diego Costa has scored just two goals in the last seven games with Chelsea and some fans are becoming concerned about the Spanish striker’s form.

Among these people, also former Blues defender Jason Cundy: “If we’re honest” – Cundy explained on Chelsea Tv – “Costa isn’t on it at the moment. He’s not at where we saw him two months ago. People will speculate about the move to China. Impossible to say if it’s had a big effect but all we can do is speculate about what’s happened.”

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Chelsea will face tonight PSG at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC, USA – for the second clash of the Northern America International Champions Cup.

The kick off will be at 23.10 UK time, 00.10 of Sunday 26 July in central Europe and 18.10 local time.

The friendly match will be broadcasted live on Chelsea TV  and Sky Sports in the UK, Canal Plus in the USA, ESPN Deportes in the USA and Americas, Esporte Interativo in Brazil,  Direct TV in South America, Televisa and Sky Mexico in Central America, Sport TV in Portugal, Mediaset Premium in Italy, BeIn in France, TV3 and Prisa in Spain,Eredivisie in the Netherlands, RDS in Romania and Hungary, Belgacom in Belgium, DIGI in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, BTV in Bulgaria, DigitalB in Albania, Arena in the Balkans, SBD Discovery inScandinavia, Forthnet in Greece, Cyta in Cyprus, Dogan Group in Turkey, Go in Malta, Star India in India, LETV in China, Jsports in Japan, SCTV group in Indonesia, PPTV in Thailand, BeIN in MENA and North Africa, Star Times in SubSaharan Africa.

For complete list of broadcasters, follow this link:

http://www.internationalchampionscup.com/ICC_2015_Global_Broadcast_Partners.pdf

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Chelsea manager José Mourinho © Francesca Ceciarini

Chelsea manager José Mourinho commented the 4-2 defeat with NY Red Bulls as soon as the game was over at Chelsea TV:

I know it was going to be difficult but the second half was too bad, even [if we were] tired even [if we did] ten [training sessions] in five days, it was too bad, too many mistakes.

“I’m happy with the preparation but I don’t like to lose, we lost and we did in a bad way because the second half was really bad.

“In the next games with Barcelona and PSG I expect, of course, more quality than these guys in NY Red Bull but, at the same time, they are also in pre-season like we are“.

 

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Chelsea will play New York City Red Bulls tonight in their first friendly match of the pre-season, also the first of International Champions Cup tournament for the Blues.

The game will be played at the Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey,  and will kick off at 1.10am (UK time) on Thursday 23 July.

The friendly will be broadcasted live on Chelsea TV in the UK, Canal Plus in the USA, ESPN Deportes in the USA and Americas, Esporte Interativo in Brazil,  Direct TV in South America, Televisa and Sky Mexico in Central America, Sport TV in Portugal, Mediaset Premium in Italy, BeIn in France, TV3 and Prisa in Spain, Eredivisie in the Netherlands, RDS in Romania and Hungary, Belgacom in Belgium, DIGI in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, BTV in Bulgaria, DigitalB in Albania, Arena in the Balkans, SBD Discovery in Scandinavia, Forthnet in Greece, Cyta in Cyprus, Dogan Group in Turkey, Go in Malta, Star India in India, LETV in China, Jsports in Japan, SCTV group in Indonesia, PPTV in Thailand, BeIN in MENA and North Africa, Star Times in SubSaharan Africa.

For complete list of broadcasters, follow this link:

http://www.internationalchampionscup.com/ICC_2015_Global_Broadcast_Partners.pdf

 

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CHELSEA PARARE PREMIER LEAGUE 2015
Chelsea players enjoying the parade © Francesca Ceciarini

During the victory parade through West London, members of the champion side shared their thoughts with Chelsea TV.

“We will have great future,” Branislav ‘2 goal’ Ivanovic stated, notifying that Chelsea will need to work hard in order to stay ahead of the curve.

Courtois was asked if he ever expected to have won two different league titles in a row: “no of course not… here with City, Arsenal, United and Liverpool its great,” while also mentioning the difficulty of winning La Liga with Atletico Madrid. When asked if he’s affected by the barrage of celery he answered: “not so much you know I have the reflexes.”

Conversely, long time Blue John Obi Mikel was struggling with the fans’ unique way of showing admiration. “They should be celebrating not trying to kill us,” he remarked, before speaking on the emerging youth players: “there’s lots of young players coming into the team and the manager is willing to give them chances.”

Captain John Terry also spoke on the younger members of the squad: “They’re still young… they’re still hungry and its down to them keep putting a smile on the Chelsea fans’ faces,” he commented. “They’ve been different class.”

Terry also commented on the departure of a number of team mates throughout his tenure, after what he personally believes to be his best season: “Year after year we’re seeing the greats go; I’m gonna be sad to go but one day it’ll come to and end.”

This happened right before legend Didier Drogba sang “we want you to stay, Petr Cech we want you to stay,” before leading the cheers with the classic ‘Blue is the colour.’

Drogba went on to discuss the significance of winning again with Chelsea: “this trophy is really special because for me to come back and win this trophy it means a lot”

Cech, expected to leave the club, also shared his thoughts: “[the fans] mean to me the same as part of my family… we are all blue so we are all the same… we fight together all year. Thanks to you all; this group of people [the Chelsea squad] deserve all of your support.”

After the old guard shared their views, Chelsea’s special one José Mourinho spoke briefly: “Thank you for everything, thank you for the support, book another place for the parade next season I hope we can give you that.”

Mourinho was then asked to sing, replying “I cant sing” to his champion side, before attempting to sing ‘Blue is the colour’ to the Chelsea fans, who would be likely to give him stick for not knowing the words if he didn’t do such a good job this season.

With the main part of the parade coming to a close, Chelsea fans look on their team, hoping that they can remain the ‘best team in the land’ for years to come.

 

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