Chelsea

1st Premier League | 22-3-3
  • Goals For
    2nd
    59 GF
  • Assists
    2nd
    38 GA
  • Shots
    8th
    258 Shots
  • Saves
    18th
    51 SAV
  • Galaxy’s Cole admits he enjoys Arsenal struggles
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    Galaxy’s Cole admits he enjoys Arsenal struggles

    LA Galaxy left back Ashley Cole left Arsenal for Chelsea more than a decade ago, but that hasn’t erased the bitter memories of the departure from his boyhood club. Cole was famously involved in a “tapping up” meeting with Chelsea without Arsenal’s permission in 2005, but signed a contract extension with the Gunners. Still, he was gone a year later in messy circumstances. As the most capped fullback in England’s history who boasts both Premier League and Champions League titles with Chelsea, Cole easily could rest on his own laurels and move on from the divorce. But when asked whether he’s enjoying Arsenal’s current struggles, Cole couldn’t help himself. “If I’m honest, yeah, I still think to

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    International Champions Cup: El Clasico, Manchester Derby headed for U.S.

    The Manchester Derby is officially headed for the United States, one of several massive-named matches in the 2017 International Champions Cup this summer. The Mancunian foes will square off at a to be announced location on July 20, with United then facing both Real Madrid (Santa Clara) and Barcelona (Landover). United previously announced that it would play in Santa Clara, Salt Lake, Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and a fifth location. Man City is scheduled to play in L.A. on July 26, and United will be in Santa Clara on July 23, but don’t pencil Salt Lake City in yet. It’s likely organizers will want to put the game in the biggest venue it can, so maybe City doubles up at the Coliseum? Could Seattle

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    The next Messi may be training at this youth soccer academy

    BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) Benjamin Palandella dribbles around a bigger boy who comes charging at him and shoots to goal with shocking force for a 7-year-old player. Nearby, children jump to head a ball tethered on a rope, tip-toe over hoops and dribble around orange cones. The kids training in this concrete court in a Buenos Aires working class neighborhood play for Club Social Parque. It’s the same soccer talent factory where international stars like Diego Maradona, Carlos Tevez and Juan Roman Riquelme polished their skills as children. Spain’s “La Masia” youth academy may be the famed bedrock of Barcelona’s success and where Lionel Messi started training at 13 when he emigrated from Argentina.