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Ex-Chelsea midfielder Ramires snubs Jose Mourinho and picks Andre Villas-Boas as the best manager he's played for

Former Chelsea star Ramires has overlooked Jose Mourinho by naming Andre Villas-Boas as the best manager he’s played under.

The Brazilian spent six years at Stamford Bridge following his £18million move from Benfica in 2010 and left west London for Jiangsu Suning in January. 131 more words


The main reason why Ramires leave Chelsea, not what you think...

News Source: Goal.com

The Brazilian spent six seasons at the London club before dropping out of favour and leaving for China, but insists the decision wasn’t a financial one… 539 more words

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Jose Mourinho sacking helped persuade me to leave Chelsea, says Ramires

Former Chelsea midfielder Ramires says he had a close relationship with Jose Mourinho and that his sacking by the Blues last year contributed to his own decision to leave the club. 291 more words


The Growth of the Chinese Super League

With many big name players such as Graziano Pelle, Ramires and Hulk moving over to China for enormous price tags, the Chinese Super League is gaining a lot of public attention very quickly. 893 more words


Oscar - Potentially Lost

Chelsea FC have had Oscar dos Santos Emboaba Junior on their books since he was signed from his native Brazilian side Internacional in 2012, where he played thirty six times between 2010 – 2012 scoring eleven goals in the process. 580 more words


Should UEFA be worried about China's Footballing ambitions?

Five is the number of times the transfer record was broken in China’s top football league CSL ….Five! Clearly China’s footballing ambitions are high, and with a host of top European transfer targets choosing the wealth of the CSL, is this the signs of a rising power to the east or just another league with a little too much money to spare? 879 more words


What does the new TV deal mean for Chinese Football?

British broadcasting giants, Sky Sports, recently announced that they had secured the rights to broadcast the Chinese Super League for the next three seasons. The sum of the new TV deal is unknown but we are of course aware of the financial power backing the domestic football in China. 346 more words