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Contenders to replace Jose Mourinho

first_img :: Carlo Ancelotti Will Chelsea return for another man who enjoyed great success? The Italian, who won the 2010 Premier League and FA Cup double and finished second the following season before being sacked, is available after leaving Real Madrid. He was popular at Stamford Bridge and apparently wishes to return to England. :: Pep Guardiola The former Barcelona boss was reportedly coveted by Roman Abramovich while on sabbatical before the former Spain midfielder opted for Bayern Munich. His contract with the Bavarians ends this summer and speculation of a switch to Manchester City is growing in strength. But Chelsea may still try to tempt him. :: Diego Simeone The former Argentina midfielder has enjoyed a fine period as Atletico Madrid boss, breaching the hegemony of Barca and rivals Real with an attractive style, while beating Chelsea in the UEFA Super Cup and Champions League in the process. The Blues have looked to Atletico for players, now for a manager? :: Fabio Capello The autocratic Italian’s reputation in England is far from strong after his poor reign as national team boss. But his club pedigree with AC Milan and Real Madrid is good and he is still in touch with his former England captain John Terry. He is out of work after leaving Russia and could be an interim option. :: Guus Hiddink If Chelsea need a stop-gap option, they could look to someone who has done the job before. No, not Rafael Benitez, who is now Real Madrid boss, but Dutchman Hiddink. His three-month spell from February 2009, after the departure of Luiz Felipe Scolari, saw Chelsea win the FA Cup and finish third in the Premier League. :: Antonio Conte The Italy boss may not move ahead of Euro 2016, but reportedly has admirers among the Chelsea hierarchy. He had a glowing caeer at Juventus, first as a player, then as a manager, guiding them to three successive Serie A titles. :: Massimiliano Allegri The Italian led Juventus to the Serie A title and Champions League final in 2015 and could be an outside bet to replace Mourinho, but Chelsea have made bold choices in the past and it could happen again. :: John Terry The club captain, now 35, has been reading management books for the last few years and recently had Sir Alex Ferguson’s “Leading” for company on a flight back from a match. Some have argued Terry has been in charge of Chelsea for years, maybe he could be handed the opportunity to prove it. :: Juande Ramos Former Tottenham boss would be a left-field appointment but has been mentioned often over recent days. Has has a long and well-travelled career and most recently took charge of Dnipro. Would in no way be a long-term appointment. The club sit just one point above the relegation zone after losing nine of their 16 games this season. Here Press Association Sport looks at the candidates to succeed the self-proclaimed Special One. Jose Mourinho has been let go by Chelsea for a second time. Press Associationlast_img read more

Other Sports Pro Kabaddi League: Dabang Delhi beat Bengaluru Bulls 33-31

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Hosts Dabang Delhi on Saturday notched up a thrilling 33-31 win over defending champions Bengaluru Bulls in the first match of the Delhi leg of the Pro Kabaddi League Season 7 at the Thyagaraj Sports Complex here.Naveen Kumar was the star for the Delhi side who trailed for most parts of the match but inflicted a crucial All-Out in the final minutes on the Bulls to walk away with all the points.Bengaluru Bulls started the match on the front foot, racing to a 5-0 lead, with Pawan Sehrawat flying high. The Bulls piled on the pressure, backed by their defence, to inflict the first All-Out of the match on Dabang Delhi in the 11th minute and open a gap of six points.The defending champions continued to dominate with their defence, manned by Mahender Singh and Saurabh Nandal, thwarting all the raiders who came in their territory. The first half ended 19-11 in favour of the Bengaluru Bulls.The league’s top raider, Pawan Sehrawat started the second half with the same intensity, rushing to his Super 10 (10 raid points) within six minutes of resumption as the Bulls maintained their pressure on Delhi.The home team brought in Meraj Sheykh to add an extra dimension to their raids and the Iranian picked up bonus points to keep Debang Delhi in the game as the match edged closer to the final whistle.Three points by Naveen Kumar in two successive raids with five minutes remaining in the match helped him reach a Super 10 and make it a one-point game.The aggressive strategy saw Delhi force an All-Out on Bulls with 3 minutes remaining to take the lead.But Pawan Sehwarat’s two-point raid tied the match once again with just a minute remaining.Delhi then pulled off an important tackle in the final minute to win the first match of their home leg.Bengaluru will only have themselves to blame for allowing Delhi to clinch so many bonus points and finishing off the game when they were on top.The result saw Delhi move to second spot in the table.last_img read more

Ralph Green / EBFA U-11 League Director of Sport hands over equipment on behalf of sponsor

first_imgDIRECTOR of Sport, Christopher Jones recently handed over the equipment for the 2nd annual Ralph Green / East Bank Football Association (EBFA) Under-11 League to president of the association, Franklin Wilson at the former’s Office, Homestretch Avenue.Jones who is a relative of Green, the USA based sponsor,told Wilson and EBFA Secretary Wayne Francois that Green was very pleased to once again be supporting the development of the young lads on the East Bank and its environs.Complimenting the EBFA for its consistency in playing junior tournaments, Jones noted that it is absolutely important for a proper foundation to be set for young players who need to learn the fundamentals of the game early.“Your association has been leading in this regard and you must be complimented. This Under-11 league provides an ideal platform for the eligible players on the East Bank to be seen and I am sure they will go on to do well at the other age group competitions and eventually at the national level. Keep up the good work; it is my pleasure to present these equipment on behalf of Mr. Green to you as I wish all the teams the best.”Wilson in response expressed thanks to Jones and Green for his continued partnership in East Bank football development.“Yet again, Mr. Green is exhibiting his love for the game and youths through his sponsorship of this very important age group level. Last year we had six clubs participating with Agricola Red Triangle emerging inaugural champions. This year we are on track to more than double last year’s amount of teams due to the excitement that the tournament had created.”The players, Wilson said,displayed a high level of excitement and energy in the inaugural competition and he is sure the other clubs which did not participate have seen the wisdom in ensuring that they are a part of the action this time around.“It is essential for clubs to ensure that they participate in these tournaments as it not only provides the platform for the players to develop their on-field skills, it also provides the opportunity for them to meet other players which allows them to improve their inter personal skills.”This year’s competition is expected to kick off next weekend. Apart from the winning trophy, the top four teams will all receive medals whilst five top individual players will be rewarded with backpacks and trophies.The individuals to be rewarded will be the Highest Goal Scorer, Best Goalkeeper, Most Valuable Player, Most Disciplined Player and Most Promising Player. Sixteen medals (16) would be each awarded to the winner, second and third placed teams while the fourth placed team would receive 16 participatory medals.For the first time in any EBFA competition, customized balls would be used bearing the EBFA logo. This is a standard practice and Wilson informed that the association would be aiming to duplicate other competitions as far as practicable.Thirty-four numbered playing vests, one first aid kit, two captain arm bands, five back-packs, 74 medals and the customized balls were donated. Wilson further informed that Green is currently working on securing branded tee shirts for each player.Only Players born on or after January 1st, 2006 will be eligible to participate in the tournament.last_img read more