Why The Internet Offers The Most Accurate Information For Chelsea News
30-Jul-2012 | News-Press Release
London - July 20, 2012 Learning about your football teams news these days isn't a tough task, however getting official legitimate information and news can sometimes be difficult. The reason for this is that the TV, magazines and newspapers like to pump out a lot of what if's and rumours about football clubs and players. This causes a lot of confusion and misconception on what is actually happening, and it can be very annoying. However, there is a glimmer of hope in this area as the internet has once again come up with a solution. The solution being that official football club news websites hold legitimate and frequently updated information. There's no waiting around for TV coverage or a radio show to being, you can simply go straight over to the football clubs website, and get the information you require. One club which is searched for hugely over the net each and every day is Chelsea FC. Chelsea News is easy to find on the web, but you must make sure that you visit a legitimate news website such as http://www.chelseanews.com. Visiting sites such as http://www.chelseanews.com will allow you to get the most accurate and frequently updated Chelsea news, so that you are always informed on what's going on with your favourite club.
When Didier Drogba converted the decisive penalty in the Champions League Final shoot-out, the jubilant scenes which followed are something no Chelsea supporter will ever forget. It was a victory which meant so much to so many for a whole host of reasons, but when it came to the impact on the coming season, the Munich triumph ensured that not only do Chelsea play in the Champions League again and contest the European Super Cup at the end of August, in December they will make their first foray into Japan to participate in the FIFA Club World Cup, contested by the champions from all six continental confederations.
The competition, which was first held in Brazil in 2000, was formerly known as the FIFA Club World Championship and originally ran alongside the Intercontinental Cup - a one-off game between the winners of the Champions League [formerly European Cup] and South America's equivalent, the Copa Libertadores. In 2005 the FIFA Club World Championship and the Intercontinental Cup merged.
Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge is optimistic of being fit for London 2012 despite being treated for viral meningitis. The 22-year-old was taken ill over the weekend, but was included in the Great Britain Olympic squad on Monday. People can recover from viral meningitis - a less severe strain of meningitis - within a fortnight. "I am starting to feel a lot better and I am optimistic about being able to make the Olympics," said Sturridge. "I am fortunate to have received many wishes of support and I want to thank everybody who has sent messages. "The Chelsea medical team have been closely monitoring everything and they and the doctors and nurses at St Mary's Hospital have been outstanding throughout." Team GB are due to play their first game at the Olympics on 26 July.
Stay on top of Sturridge's fitness and his progress with Team GB at the Olympics, all the Chelsea transfer news plus keep up to date on all Chelsea's preseason games like their recent 4-2 victory over the Seattle Sounders at ChelseaNews.com - the internet's authority for Chelsea News
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