Bridge on Chelsea

Wayne Bridge believes that Chelsea will win the title at the end of this season. He feels that the London team has opened an interesting gap at the top of the Premier League and that it will be difficult to catch them.

He said that Antonio Conte has instilled some great belief in the team and that the players are performing as if they are already champions. He stated that there is quality all over the pitch in this current Chelsea team and he feels that it would be difficult to beat them at the moment.

Wayne Bridge’s healthy lifestyle took a hit after I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!

It has only been a few weeks since Wayne Bridge has returned from participating in the British survival reality television game show but the former Premier League player has stated being in the game show has affected his lifestyle and more specifically his diet as the retiree had to eat things that aren’t in his usual repertoire.

In a recent interview, Wayne Bridge has revealed the things in his life that have changed and the English retiree went on to say that not only his healthy lifestyle have experienced a switch but also his outlook in life but that he will be getting back to his active way of living which includes going to the gym and eating wholesome foods.

Wayne Bridge embarked on a new challenge as he enters a reality game show

Wayne Bridge is a retired footballer who performed in some of the biggest clubs in England including: Chelsea and Manchester City.

Even though Bridge has lifted renowned trophies like the Premier League and the FA Cup, the retiree is mostly known for other things that have happened which aren’t actually related to the world of football.


Ex-Chelsea left-back Wayne Bridge has had his say on the club's troublesome season during Jose Mourinho's second visit.

Mourinho's Chelsea brilliantly dominated the English Premier League during 14/15 season but the same squad mysteriously turned their performance to the opposite in the season that followed.


Arsenal have been moving steady in the UEFA Champions League played so far this term.

Sources at the Emirates say after the 3-1 loss to Bayern Munich in 2013, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger confined himself to a room for minutes to think or mourn. Bayern Munich were having a sensational moment in Europe, so it wasn’t a surprise that Arsenal were caught in-between but Wenger took it so much to heart as it represented another year of failure in Europe.


Chelsea veteran defender John Terry retired from international football in 2012, even before the last World Cup in Brazil, but new coach of the Three Lions Sam Allardyce has refused to rule out the player from a potential return to the team as preparations for the next World Cup in Russia are underway.

John Terry didn’t leave the English squad on a high note, particularly after his huge contributions to the national team after many years. The 35-year old player exited the English national team set-up in the midst of wild allegations that he racially abused Queens Park Rangers (QPR) player Anton Ferdinand in 2012.

Fabregas apologize to Liverpool player

Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has apologized to Ragnar Klavan after his hard challenge in a friendly game.

The Spanish midfielder was the culprit of a dangerous tackle in the match opposing Chelsea to Liverpool. Cesc Fabregas was sent off in the game. After the game, the midfielder went to the dressing room and apologized to the player for his behavior on the pitch.


The loss to Iceland in the Round of 16 at the Euro 2016 in France is the first ever defeat of the Three Lions to Iceland, according to history.

The draw which many thought was a lucky one, as England could have met a stronger team on paper, didn’t go exactly as planned as England crashed out of the tournament they were among the favourites to win.