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Cech transfer agreed | News | Official Site

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Chelsea Football Club has today (Monday) agreed terms with Arsenal for the permanent transfer of Petr Cech.

Chelsea Football Club thanks Petr for his fantastic service over the past 11 years, and in particular for his immense contribution to our success in that time.

His 228 clean sheets surpassed another club legend Peter Bonettis long-standing club record.

During his 11 years at Stamford Bridge the goalkeeper became a Chelsea icon, winning four Premier League trophies, four FA Cups, three League Cups, the Europa League and the Champions League, when his heroics in the penalty shootout helped us lift Europes greatest club prize.

The Czech international went on to establish himself as the clubs first-choice goalkeeper for a decade, setting Premier League records for the longest period without conceding a goal (between December 2004 and March 2005) and the fewest goals conceded in a season that same campaign, the latter of which still stands.

He signed for Chelsea from Rennes in 2004 and made his Blues debut as a 22-year-old.

With 494 games to his credit he holds the record for the most Chelsea appearances by a foreign player.

- Click to read the official Chelsea websites tribute to Petr Cechs career at the club. see here


Dolphins aim to prevent injuries with futuristic performance program

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In that environment, the player represents an investment to the organization. “I think the narrative of dealing with players and their bodies ahead of time is somewhere we can improve and that really came from [owner] Steve [Ross].”

Diesel joined the Dolphins in February and immediately got to work on understanding the sport of football and the specific demands on its athletes.

Part of his proactive approach includes trying to identify potential injuries before they occur. “Naturally, it takes time to have the data to determine how effectively we’re managing the athletes,” Diesel said.

Tannenbaum says there will be ongoing dialogue throughout the season between himself, Diesel, Philbin and Ross, as well as retrospective analysis at the year’s end.Whatever technology the Dolphins may have implemented, the most important ingredient may be the collective support within the organization for the sports performance program.

“You can’t stop all injuries from happening but hopefully with proper conditioning, you’re going to limit the amount of overuse injuries you see.”

. In that role, he oversaw a diverse medical group including physicians, physical therapists, sports scientists and nutritionists, among others.

Diesel credits his Premier League experience with shaping his focus on performance improvement. Comparison studies of the markerless motion capture system with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and traditional marker systems are currently underway. The data analysis software can alert the team to subtle changes in motion, something that might warrant further evaluation by a member of the team’s medical staff.

Kitman, whose work in the area of injury prevention originated with European rugby athletes, recently expanded to the U.S. Participation is now mandatory for rostered players, just as participation in on-field and conditioning workouts is part of being a member of the team. (The realistic athletic movements in the Madden NFL video games are generated in much the same way.) Requiring an athlete to regularly wear lycra gear with markers and run through range-of-motion exercises would be too time-consuming to be practical.

That’s where the markerless system comes into play.

“It takes just seconds to perform the entire series,” Diesel noted.

So how do they know it actually measures what it says it does? According to Kitman’s CEO and co-founder Stephen Smith, validating the accuracy of the metrics is critical so Kitman undertook an MRI study with this in mind. You won’t take an ordinary nap, though. Two sports performance specialists, a sports science analyst and a nutritionist work full-time alongside strength and conditioning coaches, rehabilitation personnel and the football coaches themselves to create an environment in which optimizing performance is key.

This might sound like the way of the future when it comes to complete performance training … The Kitman system includes markerless 3D video technology to record an athlete performing various range-of-motion measures necessary for football activities. But Diesel is quick to say he prefers to take the emphasis off the term “injury prevention.” It’s all about getting players in the right mindset.

“If you want someone to buy into something, it’s better when you can give them a positive side rather than emphasizing the negative,” Diesel explained.

“Over the years I’ve found when you say the word ‘injury’ to athletes, they don’t want to talk about them. Diesel’s novel approach could have been met with strong resistance.

According to Philbin, that was not the case.

“Our staff has been very, very supportive,” Philbin said. “Then we started looking after the fit players more, in the sense of keeping them fit, not waiting until they had an injury to treat.”

He began to see if he could identify things in an athlete’s movement that would indicate where future issues might pop up. “We found by making them better athletes, they become less injured.”

How did this revelation come about?

“We were spending less time with injured players because we had fewer injuries,” Diesel explains. but the future is now for the Miami Dolphins.

Wayne Diesel, the Dolphins’ new director of sports performance, brings years of experience as a physical therapist and researcher to the organization in an effort to create fitter, stronger and healthier athletes.

Prior to joining the Dolphins, Diesel was the head of medical services for the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club of the English Premier League. To be honest, it’s an educational process for a lot of us.”

He described learning sessions during staff meetings in training camp where Diesel would present information to the coaching staff in an effort to share some of the science behind his recommendations. But if I say things like, ‘I’m going to help you perform better, going to make you play longer, run quicker, jump higher,’ they see that as a more positive context.” The natural spinoff from a performance-enhancement focus, says Diesel, is a healthier athlete.

“The fitter you are, the more rested you are, the better you recover, your likelihood of injury is going to be less.”

For the program to work, regardless of the technology, there has to be buy-in from the participants. The organization’s hope is everyone will end up benefiting to some degree.

But for the program to truly have success, the coaching staff has to be believers as well. Early results suggest CAPTURE correlates with the gold standard marker-based system and MRI joint localization, although the sample size thus far is small.

The concept of basing these metrics in science to identify at-risk athletes may be partly why these two entities — the Dolphins and Kitman — have united. Diesel insists any information he gathers is shared with his players, noting trust is critical to success of the program.

“As smart as Wayne is and as many new and innovative things as he may present to the team, if they don’t believe in him and think that he has their best interests at heart, it won’t work,” said Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin said.

Apparently, the players see it too.

“In his short time here, he’s earned the respect and the trust of the players” Philbin noted. Successful coaches, see here


Mats Hummels Is Borussia Dortmund Player Who Must Produce After Internationals

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Kickerlamented countless lacks of concentration and gave him the lion’s share of fault for Ireland’s winner.

After inviting controversy, the pressure is on Hummels to let his play do the talking.

While it’s certainly the prerogative of the man who wears the captain’s armband to question the team’s performances, the 26-year-old has a penchant for making it sound like he’s excluding himself.

On the pitch, he is clearly Thomas Tuchel’s No. He has, however, suffered a performance dip lately.

Hummels’ problems don’t solely lie off the pitch, though.

Hummels admitted the past season was “the worst I ever played” in an interview with German magazine Kicker(via Deutsche Welle) in the summer and said he feels quicker now. This time, Hummels was critical of himself. He allowed Republic of Ireland striker Shane Long to run by him when a simple long ball from goalkeeper Darren Randolph flew over his head. The 24-year-old was clearly at fault for the Bavarians’ third strike seconds after half-time, which effectivelykilled the game.

It’s up to the entire squad to regain the form shown during that record-breaking start, withthe onus on a few players in particular to produce after the October international break.

The defender must prove he can handle it when the opposition tries to bridge midfield and defence, even if it may force him to position himself more conservatively.Hummels is too intelligent to allow himself to be taken out of the game so easily.

Mats Hummels Is Borussia Dortmund Player Who Must Produce After Internationals

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The same happened to Hummels on international duty with Germany in Dublin on Thursday. The Swiss must, however, improve his form if he wants to keep his place.

Against Bayern, he and centre-back partner Sven Bender were too slow to react to long balls from Jerome Boateng twice, allowing Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski to score on both occasions. It translates to a two-out-of-10 rating. The Switzerland international hasconceded 11 goals in eight Bundesliga games, and, against newly promoted Darmstadt, the only two shots on target found their way into his net.

Captain Mats Hummels and keeper Roman Burki need to improve on recent outings

In the 5-1 defeat at the hands of Bayern Munich, Burki looked awkward leaving his line for two of Bayern’s goals. 1 centre-backHummels has played every second of every game apart from the Europa League match at PAOK Salonika.

The player who faces the most pressure after the international break, however, is Mats Hummels.

Dortmund’s CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has made his dislike of Hummels’ way of communicating through the media known, asESPN writer Stefan Buczko tweeted.

Goalkeeper Roman Burki is one of them. Burki’s spot in the starting lineup doesn’t look to be in jeopardy, though, with Roman Weidenfeller struggling for form in the Europa League qualifiers. Boateng, his partner in central defence on Thursday, called it a schoolboy error from the entire team (via ruhrnachrichten.de, in German).

Hummels struggled mightily against Bayern Munich on Sunday

German magazine Kickerrated(in German) Hummels as the worst player on the pitch, grading his performance at fivethat’s in German school grades, however. If these last few games are any indication, though, speed is still a big problem for Hummels.

The Dortmund captain made himself vulnerable to his critics with a few ill-advised statements after recent games, although he has since denied criticising his team-mates, per Joe Wright of Goal.com..

Borussia Dortmund arewithout a win in fourcompetitive matches after a run of 11 successive wins to start the season, leaving the positive atmosphere around the club in peril.

Dortmund’s next opponents will surely have noted Hummels’ susceptibilities, as they give them an easy blueprint to test the skipper.

He told German broadcaster RTL that he reacted half a second too late see here


Waste2Tricity International (Thailand) Acquires Exclusive Licence for Alter NRG Westinghouse Plasma Technology in Thailand

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Piangkwan Thummukgool, Director and Lead Co-ordinator for the Thai project comments, The model that Waste2Tricity has created with the purchase of this exclusive licence will enable us to advance existing discussions with potential customers, municipalities and other stakeholders into binding commitments.

Waste2Tricity will now embark on an aggressive deployment strategy to enable a multiple roll out in Thailand of 1,000 tonne per day systems.

Waste2Tricity, Alter NRG, Westinghouse and AFC Energy all-share Ervington Investments (UBO Roman Abramovich) as a major shareholder.

Waste2Tricity has assembled the necessary building blocks and commercial relationships to establish a flagship model in Thailand, which reflects the unique fundamentals of the region including lower gate fees, and can be replicated around the ASEAN market. Waste2Tricity has paid $1 million, with the remaining $1 million payable in December 2014. With this final piece of the jigsaw in place it is now possible to see the vision of combining the technologies and skill sets of the three companies becoming a reality in Thailand.

. It has taken enormous visionary skills to see how the integration of these three companies can potentially lead to a market dominating position. The licence is for all applications of the Westinghouse plasma technology in the Thailand market for an initial term of five years at a price of $2 million.

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Waste2Tricity Ltd the cutting edge structured solutions provider for the waste-to-energy sector, is pleased to announce that its subsidiary Waste2Tricity International (Thailand) Limited, has converted its option for exclusive access to the Alter NRG Corp Westinghouse Plasma Gasification Technology in Thailand into a full exclusive licence agreement.

Walter Howard, Chief Executive of Alter NRG comments, I am pleased to be working with a qualified developer such as Waste2Tricity and see that their years of effort have paid off in successful financing and achieving of commercial milestones in their key markets. In conjunction with the existing exclusive licence for AFC Energy fuel cells, the Westinghouse Plasma Gasification license ensures that Waste2Tricity has both the key technologies required to dominate the Thai waste market in years to come. In addition, the Waste2Tricity process is the most environmentally responsible method of disposing of waste, converting 100% of the waste into either energy or a useable aggregate, eliminating any methane emissions from rotting waste, eliminating ash which is produced using other thermal treatment methods like incineration, and when fuel cells are available, eliminating stack emissions and enabling the capture of carbon dioxide creating a carbon negative model. I believe that this license is the first of several such opportunities in SE Asia, a key market for Alter NRG. We look forward to engaging with our existing commercial relationships that we have established both in Thailand and the UK to seek to develop a number of projects in rapid succession. Smaller Westinghouse Plasma Corp systems may also be built see here


Arsenal Football team by Marcia Henin

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The manager of Arsenal is Arsenal Wenger; the club belongs to the company Arsenal Holding. Arsenal’s home colors have been the inspiration for at least three other clubs. They won their first major trophies thirty years later, which included five League Championship titles and two FA Cups. Arsenal football club colors are red and white, their symbol depicting a canon, as a symbol of Armament factory. Arsenal keeps an on-going rivalry with Tottenham Hotspur and with several other football teams, with whom they compete. Arsenal was founded in 1886 by the group of workers at the Woolwich Arsenal Armament Factory. Based in North London, this successful English football team is known as one of the leading football clubs in England.

The team was initially based in Woolwich, but in 1913 moved to Arsenal Stadium, Highbury, and then to their current location, the Emirates stadium, which contains 60,432 people. The club includes top players from different countries, such as Spain, Netherlands, France and Switzerland. In 1891 the Club turned professional and changed its name to Woolwich Arsenal; the club joined the Football League in 1893. Arsenal set a UEFA Champions League record by going ten matches without conceding a goal in the season of 2005-2006.

Arsenal professional football club, also known as The Gunners. . Arsenal often appears in the media, in sports news and on TV. Fans collect pictures of the group and watch videos of Arsenal on-line; this leading football club enjoys publics attention all over the world. Arsenal games on-line attracts millions of viewers; Arsenal clips present the moments of victory see here


What are your predictions for the Bundesliga’s biggest derby Borussia Dortmund vs Schalke?

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Most Admirable Sports Couples

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The couples romantic relationship began when they first met each other outside the shop where Melanie worked. Sara is a model and one of the most beautiful women in Germany. Bastian Schweinsteiger and Sarah Brandner

Theo Walcott and Melanie Slade

Sonia Amoruso and Alessandro Del Piero have been together since 1999 and married in 2005. Lets discover more through some photos below:

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Podolski and Monika Puchalski

Alex Curran and Liverpool footballer Steven Gerrard tied the knot in 2007. There are also many other romantic relationships in this field. The couple became father and mother to a son in April 2008. It’s a huge milestone in Melanie Slades life when she met the Arsenal winger. The couple has a happy life with two girls Lilly-Ella and Lexie.” width=”400″ height=”360″ /></p>
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Vieri and Melissa Satta

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England footballer, Michael Owen married his childhood sweetheart Louise Bonsall in August 2005.

Bastian Schweinsteiger and Sarah Brandner, Steven Gerrard and Alex Curran, Michael Owen and Louise Bonsall, Arjen Robben and Bernadien Eillert are named as some among the most admirable couples in sports. The girl has given fans another reason to watch soccer.

The couple of Netherlands Football player Arjen Robben and Bernadien Eillert had a very romantic love when they met at high school. From then on, the girl has become the center of media attention. Italian footballer is involved in many profile relationships. People cant deny that Melanie has had more opportunities to earn money since she got acquainted with Theo Walcott. <img src=

Podolski and Monika Puchalski

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Sarah Brandner is a beautiful girlfriend of Bastian Schweinsteiger, the midfielder for Bayern Munich. The couple has a happy life with two girls Lilly-Ella and Lexie.

Sonia Amoruso and Alessandro Del Piero have been together since 1999 and married in 2005. They have a happy life with three cute children.. Vieri has recently been reported to have a relationship with supermodel Melissa Satta.

The couple of Netherlands football player Arjen Robben and Bernadien Eillert had a romantic love when they met each other at high school see here


Diego Costa overweight at start of Chelsea season

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Yes, he has supported me, but he has shown support for all of the players.. You can be selfish and blame it on the manager but I’m not going to do that.

“I’m responsible 100 percent, and so are the other guys.

Diego Costa has admitted he began the 2015-16 campaign out of shape, and that he and his Chelsea teammates are at fault for their awful start to the season thus far.

The team currently sit 16th in the table after a demoralising 3-1 loss at home to Southampton at the weekend, and the Spain international says he and his Blues mates are the only ones to blame for the club’s current condition.

“I’m going to be very honest: Maybe a few weeks ago, five or six weeks ago, I was not on top of my game. “We know we’re not in the form we were supposed to be at the beginning of the season,” he said. I have been here for more than a season and have seen sides that have lost many more games than Chelsea, and no one criticises their managers.

“We talk within the players and we know that, maybe at the beginning, we were not 100 percent as we were supposed to be when we got here. We all feel the same way about Jose.”

Costa believes the Portuguese is the best man to lead Chelsea through such difficult times, and says the rest of the squad feel the same way.

“In some cases they blame the players. In this case they blame the manager, maybe because the manager is Mourinho. At least physically,” Costa told .

“He is always giving us all the support we need, and the players talk to each other and say he is the best manager you can have,” Costa said. I am here to speak for everyone, for the group. That affected my game. I don’t like giving interviews, but I’m speaking for the group. I got injured at the end of last season and then I went on holiday.

Diego Costa knew Chelsea were in bad shape during preseason.

“Maybe I got out of my diet and, when I came back, I was not the way I was supposed to be. Manager Jose Mourinho’s job security has been speculated about, and many of Chelsea’s stars have struggled to match last season’s output.

Amid the criticism levelled at Mourinho for Chelsea’s poor start to the campaign, the Stamford Bridge club publicly backed him with their “full support” earlier in the week.

Elsewhere, Ramires has alsosaid that he and his teammates still have complete trust in Mourinho, despite the club’s poor start to the season.

The ESPN FC crew explain how Jose Mourinho and Chelsea can reverse their poor start to the Premier League season. Maybe he gets criticised because he is Mourinho. I was a little bit overweight. So all we can do now is train very hard and work very hard to try to get back to that level where we were the season before.”

“I’m here because I’m happy with the manager but I’m not only speaking on my behalf. “Always when things don’t go the way that everyone expects, people, the supporters as well, always look for someone to blame.

“I have spoken to all of the players and they all feel the same way about Jose. “We need to blame the players because we came back from holiday very confident, thinking we could go back into how it was last season, and then realised the team was already in a bad situation.

Chelsea have got off to their worst start in 37 years, having won just two of their first eight Premier League games this season. All that matters at the end of the day is the group. Maybe he gets criticised because he is very good see here


Chelsea and Tottenham chasing Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski

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A regular contributor to various other publications outside of Examiner, his articles have been featured on CBSSports.com, FOXSports.com, TalkSport, the Daily Mail and others.. Thomas Atzenhoffer, the Managing Editor for SWOL and a featured columnist for both Squawka and Football.com, is a freelance sports journalist in Charlotte, NC

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Which football players have played soccer in the top division in Serie A (Italy), La Liga (Spain) and Premiership (England)?

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He completed the set when he joined Everton in 1999, where he played 43 games. Since then he has returned to Spain where he has played for various clubs, including a return to Zaragoza.

I had a good think and managed to come up with a handful… played 18 games for Barcelona in 2004 before returning to Italy, and he now plays for Tottenham Hotspur in the Premiership where he has played 40 times.

Patrick Kluivert (Dutch striker) – 27 games for AC Milan in 1997-98, 182 for Barcelona in La Liga from 1998-2004, then 25 for Newcastle in the 2004-05 Premiership season. Savo Milosevic (Serbian striker) – 91 games for Aston Villa in England from 1995-98, 72 for Real Zaragoza in Spain from 1998-2000 and 31 for Parma in Serie A from 2000-01. He also played for Liverpool and AS Roma, and currently plays for Middlesbrough.

Michael Reiziger (Dutch full-back) – 10 games for AC Milan between 1996 and 1997, 173 for Barcelona in La Liga from 1997-2004, and 22 games for Middlesbrough (seems to be a theme!) in 2004-05 season. He then returned to Spain to play for Valencia, but has since moved back to Holland..

Didier Deschamps (captain of France in their 1998 World Cup victory) – 124 games for Juventus in Serie A from 1994-99, 27 for Chelsea from 1999-2000, before finishing his career at Valencia where he made 8 appearances in La Liga.

Christian Karembeu (French defender) – played for Sampdoria in Serie A from 1995-97, Real Madrid in La Liga from 1997-2000, and Middlesbrough in England in the 2000-01 season.

Abel Xavier (Portuguese full-back recently banned for failing a drugs test) – 8 games for Bari in the 1995-96 Italian season, followed by 58 games in La Liga for Oviedo between 1996 and 1998. He now plays back home in Holland.

Edgar Davids (Dutch midfielder who plays in goggles!) – 15 games for AC Milan from 1996-98, with a lot more for Juventus after that.. see here