July 4th, 2021

Former Chelsea player Adrian Mutu has been looking back on his career lately and has been making some revelations about his best and worst moments during his time at Stamford Bridge. Mutu was one of those players that were signed by Chelsea that would eventually not go on to fulfill their potentials to the fullest, and he has now admitted that it was a difficult time for him as well. Upon completing his move to join the Blues, a lot of expectations were placed on Mutu to become a shining star at the club because of how very talented he was and how he was able to showcase some of his skills on the pitch.

However, his case was further proof that excelling in the English Premier League is not always an easy task even though you’re coming to the league as a top player from another country. After signing his contract with the Blues, even before kicking a ball, Mutu was already a fams’ favorite and they already started showing him some love and support. But after his first few appearances in a Chelsea shirt, his name that was once echoed by the fans began to slowly fade away from their mouths.
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May 25th, 2021

Before a club signs a player, there’s always a 50-50 chance even before the transfer is done. It’s usually either the player hits it big at the new club or flops. Although sometimes it usually takes time before the player gels with the team and blends into the playing style of his new team, other times, it just usually either does not work, or the player would not be able to perform up to expectations or targets.

Every club has a list of players they have signed that have gone on to not only meet expectations but even surpass them, but they also have that list they’re not willing to bring out when transfers are being talked about. This list is the one that contains the transfers that they would wish they never initiated in the first place.
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May 4th, 2021

Adrian Mutu says he could have won the Ballon d’Or Award when he was at the peak of his powers. He had the world at his feet at Chelsea until things fell apart for the Romanian and his career never really recovered from it.

Mutu signed for Chelsea from Italian Serie A club Parma in 2003. He signed for the Blues at the age of 24 after netting 22 times in 36 matches for Parma. Chelsea paid £19m to secure his transfer from the Italian team and he went on to score on his debut for the club.
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March 23rd, 2021

Romanian striker Adrian Mutu has revealed that he could have won the Ballon d’Or during his career. Adrian Mutu made this known in a chat withItalian news portal Correire dello Sport. According to him, he could have made different decisions but he would rather not dwell on the past.

Adrian Mutu signed for Chelsea in 2003 and it is safe to say the transfer turned out to be one of the most dramatic in the history of the Premier League.  Adrian Mutu was at the peak of his powers when he signed for the Blues but off-field issues prevented him from producing his best form for Chelsea.
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                           The Rise And Fall Of Former Chelsea Star Adrian Mutu

February 26th, 2021

Romania as a country is not popularly known for breeding top players but when it does, the player would surely make headlines either as a sublime talent, a temperamental player, or a stubborn one. The country has a long history of producing talented players but they would end up having some of these career-disturbing traits.

Players like Nicolae Dobrin (in the ’70s), Ilie Balaci (in the ’80s), and Gheorghe Hagi who played for the country in the’ 90s were all Romanian superstars and will all live long in the memory of Romanian fans as some of their best players. Read the rest of this entry »


January 16th, 2021


When Adrian Mutu signed for Chelsea in 2003, he was tipped for great things and was also expected to hit the ground running at Stanford Bridge. He did his best in his first few games as he also scored a brace against London rivals Tottenham Hotspur to take his tally to four goals in just his first three outings.

With his blazing form then, it looked as though the Premier League had brought in a new star. The Romanian was hailed for his sublime performances and was even compared to Manchester United legend Ruud van Nistelrooy and Arsenal’s great Thierry Henry by the Guardian.
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December 20th, 2020


Just a few fans would remember Adrian Mutu as a former Premier League player, or as one who donned the famous Blue shirt of Chelsea Football Club. The former striker was prolific on his day but could not live up to expectations and ended up having an unfulfilling career.

His transfer to the English Premier League is one of the most dramatic ones you will ever come across given the circumstances under which the decision ended up playing out.
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November 26th, 2020


Ex-Chelsea forward has come out to say that Jose Mourinho can’t handle players and only looks for himself.Adrian Mutu has lashed out at Mourinho, former Chelsea, on his coaching duties at the Stamford Bridge, saying that the Portuguese is selfish.

Mutu, while talking to FourFourTwo, heavily criticized Mourinho’s tactics and questioned his priorities. According to him, Mourinho lacks the skills on how to work with his players. He is only interested in seeking for himself; that is what is very vital to him. Players’ feelings do not matter to his head. All is well for him, provided that he is happy and in control. It doesn’t matter how big the player is; he still has to be in total control of things.
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September 25th, 2020


Premier League side, Chelsea, have made a swap offer for West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice. According to reports in England, The Blues offered Belgian striker Michy Batshuayi and English midfielder Ross Barkley to West Ham in a possible £80million deal for Rice.

The club is keen on strengthening their options even further this summer with the 21-year-old. They believe Michy Batshuayi and Ross Barkley should be enough to tempt the Hammers. The Times reports that West Ham rebuffed the proposal and will continue to stand firm over their £80million valuation, preferably in cash payment. However, inside sources from the West London club say the club might consider the deal before the start of the new season depending on the market.
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June 18th, 2020


Chelsea and France forward Olivier Giroud has opened up on why he decided to extend his contract with the Blues. He claimed that God wanted him to stay at Stamford Bridge, amid the outbreak of the Covid19 pandemic.

The world cup winner was heavily linked with a move away from the club after falling down the pecking order. He was behind Tammy Abraham and Michy Batshuayi earlier this season, but he eventually decided to stay on for another year.
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